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goal setting

  • 1 definición

    f.
    1 definition, delineation, demarcation.
    2 distinctness.
    * * *
    1 definition
    \
    por definición by definition
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) [de palabra] definition
    2) (Téc) definition
    * * *
    femenino (de palabra, postura) definition
    * * *
    = definition, resolution.
    Ex. Examine the definition of geography in a few dictionaries and encyclopaedias.
    Ex. For example, when operating with colour and high resolution graphics, a microcomputer might possibly need 20K of storage.
    ----
    * definición del problema = problem statement.
    * definición de objetivos = goal setting.
    * definición de trabajo = working definition.
    * definición funcional = operational definition.
    * definición libre = liberal definition.
    * definición operativa = operational definition.
    * definición práctica = operational definition.
    * desarrollar una definición = explode + definition.
    * elaborar una definición = hammer out + definition.
    * llegar a una definición = hammer out + definition.
    * por definición = by definition.
    * redefinición = redefining.
    * relativo a la definición = definitional.
    * * *
    femenino (de palabra, postura) definition
    * * *
    = definition, resolution.

    Ex: Examine the definition of geography in a few dictionaries and encyclopaedias.

    Ex: For example, when operating with colour and high resolution graphics, a microcomputer might possibly need 20K of storage.
    * definición del problema = problem statement.
    * definición de objetivos = goal setting.
    * definición de trabajo = working definition.
    * definición funcional = operational definition.
    * definición libre = liberal definition.
    * definición operativa = operational definition.
    * definición práctica = operational definition.
    * desarrollar una definición = explode + definition.
    * elaborar una definición = hammer out + definition.
    * llegar a una definición = hammer out + definition.
    * por definición = by definition.
    * redefinición = redefining.
    * relativo a la definición = definitional.

    * * *
    1 (de una palabra) definition
    2 (de una postura) definition
    3 (de un trazo, contorno) definition
    hay que darle más definición a la imagen (TV) the picture needs to be made sharper
    * * *

     

    definición sustantivo femenino (de palabra, postura) definition
    definición sustantivo femenino
    1 definition
    por definición, by definition
    2 (nitidez) definition, resolution: la definición de la imagen es muy buena, it has a high-definition picture
    tiene una televisión de alta definición, he has got a high-definition television
    ' definición' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    escáner
    - casa
    - cojear
    - televisión
    English:
    definition
    - exact
    - match
    * * *
    1. [de un término] definition;
    por definición by definition
    2. [en aparatos ópticos] definition;
    [en televisión] resolution
    3. [concreción] clarity;
    el electorado exige una mayor definición de posturas the electorate wants to know exactly what each candidate stands for
    * * *
    f definition;
    de alta definición TV high definition
    * * *
    definición nf, pl - ciones : definition
    * * *
    definición n definition

    Spanish-English dictionary > definición

  • 2 definición de objetivos

    (n.) = goal setting
    Ex. Long-term planning and goal setting combined with strategic grants from funders resulted in the massive conversion of library catalogs.
    * * *

    Ex: Long-term planning and goal setting combined with strategic grants from funders resulted in the massive conversion of library catalogs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > definición de objetivos

  • 3 fijación de objetivos

    (n.) = objective setting, direction-setting, goal setting
    Ex. Staff should be made to feel involved in the Plan through personal objective setting.
    Ex. The library manager holds the reins of control in terms of daily operations and long-range direction-setting.
    Ex. Long-term planning and goal setting combined with strategic grants from funders resulted in the massive conversion of library catalogs.
    * * *
    (n.) = objective setting, direction-setting, goal setting

    Ex: Staff should be made to feel involved in the Plan through personal objective setting.

    Ex: The library manager holds the reins of control in terms of daily operations and long-range direction-setting.
    Ex: Long-term planning and goal setting combined with strategic grants from funders resulted in the massive conversion of library catalogs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fijación de objetivos

  • 4 fijación1

    1 = commitment, fixing.
    Ex. But the formulation of standards and their commitment to printed form do not mean that they will always be noted.
    Ex. The latter are the day-to-day, usually temporary, regulations for the practical management of the CAP, for example the fixing of import levies and export refunds, etc.
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    * cuña de fijación = quoin.
    * de fijación de normas = standard(s) setting.
    * fijación de objetivos = objective setting, direction-setting, goal setting.
    * fijación de políticas = policy making [policy-making/policymaking].
    * fijación de precio de venta = pricing.
    * fijación de precios = fixing.
    * mecanismo de fijación = locking/releasing mechanism.
    * política de fijación de precios = pricing policy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fijación1

  • 5 objetivo

    adj.
    objective, factual, no-nonsense, impartial.
    m.
    1 objective, intention, purpose, goal.
    2 objective lens.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: objetivar.
    * * *
    1 objective
    1 (fin) aim, objective
    2 MILITAR target
    3 (lente) lens
    ————————
    1 (fin) aim, objective
    2 MILITAR target
    3 (lente) lens
    * * *
    1. noun m.
    1) objective, aim, goal
    2) lens
    2. (f. - objetiva)
    adj.
    * * *
    1.
    2. SM
    1) (=propósito) objective, aim
    2) (Mil) objective, target
    3) (Fot) lens
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo objective
    II
    1) ( finalidad) objective, aim; (Mil) objective
    2) (Fot, Ópt) lens
    * * *
    = end, focus, goal, goal, intent, object, purpose, target, drift, unbiased [unbiassed], objective, charge, benchmark, workpackage, brief, detached, agenda, mandate, unemotional.
    Ex. In our fascination with the versatility of certain tools, we should not forget the ends to which they are to be applied.
    Ex. Our focus in this text is on the first stage in the following diagram.
    Ex. Karen set the theme in her keynote address that booksellers, publishers and librarians often have different goals and perceptions.
    Ex. Karen set the theme in her keynote address that booksellers, publishers and librarians often have different goals and perceptions.
    Ex. The quality of indexing is influenced by the intellectual level and intent of document content in the subject area.
    Ex. The object of classification is to group related subjects.
    Ex. Chapters 7 and 8 introduced the problems associated with author cataloguing and have surveyed the purpose of cataloguing codes.
    Ex. Paid employees can have targets set for them and their prospects may well depend upon their meeting these targets.
    Ex. The main drift of the proceedings concerned national libraries -- their role, functions and financing.
    Ex. Such criteria would be applied to book lists and the production, selection, and writing of unbiased material.
    Ex. An objective is an individual act intended to be carried out, and a number o which are required to be carried out in order to reach a goal.
    Ex. She was offered an opportunity to chair a task force within the library with the charge to investigate a new integrated system.
    Ex. Existing wireline networks, with their ubiquity, seamless operations, and ease of use, have provided clear benchmarks for satisfying customers' basic personal communications needs.
    Ex. One of the workpackages of the project is the preparation of software for UKMARC to UNIMARC conversion.
    Ex. This article describes the experiences of a library training officer whose brief was to build library services from the ground up.
    Ex. The attention good literature pays to life is both loving and detached.
    Ex. Robert Kent's sole agenda is to attack Cuba and vilify the Cuban library community while supporting the US government's interventionist destabilization policies.
    Ex. The original mandate was very clear: to consider for inclusion all proposals made.
    Ex. He offers an admirably concise and unemotional analysis of the famous Milgram experiment.
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    * aclarar un objetivo = clarify + objective.
    * alcanzar un objetivo = attain + goal.
    * caer fuera del objetivo de = fall outside + the scope of.
    * caso objetivo = objective case.
    * con el objetivo de = with the purpose of, with a brief to, with the aim of, with a focus on.
    * con objetivos específicos = goal-oriented.
    * conseguir un objetivo = accomplish + objective, achieve + objective, attain + goal.
    * con un objetivo claro = focused [focussed].
    * cubrir un objetivo = meet + objective, meet + purpose.
    * cumplir un objetivo = fulfil + goal, meet + objective, meet + purpose, satisfy + purpose, serve + function, serve + purpose, meet + target, fulfil + objective.
    * cuyo objetivo es = intended to.
    * declaración de objetivos = statement of objectives, purpose statement, mission statement, vision statement.
    * definición de objetivos = goal setting.
    * elaborar objetivos = draw up + objectives.
    * enfocado hacia uno objetivo concreto = focused [focussed].
    * establecimiento de objetivos = objective setting.
    * fijación de objetivos = objective setting, direction-setting, goal setting.
    * fijar un objetivo = set + goal.
    * gestión por objetivos = management by objectives (MBO).
    * marcar una objetivo = set + goal.
    * no cumplir un objetivo = fall + short of goal.
    * no tener otro objetivo que el de = have + no other purpose than.
    * objetivo de aprendizaje = learning objective, learning outcome.
    * objetivo de comportamiento = behavioural objective.
    * objetivo de ventas = sales target.
    * objetivo educativo = learning goal, educational goal.
    * objetivos = mission statement.
    * objetivo y alcance = purpose and scope.
    * perseguir los mismos objetivos = work + on the same lines.
    * perseguir un objetivo = pursue + objective, pursue + goal.
    * plantearse un objetivo = adopt + goal.
    * ser el objetivo de Uno = be in business for.
    * sin un objetivo claro = non-purposive, unfocused [unfocussed].
    * tener como objetivo = have + as + Posesivo + objective, be in business for.
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo objective
    II
    1) ( finalidad) objective, aim; (Mil) objective
    2) (Fot, Ópt) lens
    * * *
    = end, focus, goal, goal, intent, object, purpose, target, drift, unbiased [unbiassed], objective, charge, benchmark, workpackage, brief, detached, agenda, mandate, unemotional.

    Ex: In our fascination with the versatility of certain tools, we should not forget the ends to which they are to be applied.

    Ex: Our focus in this text is on the first stage in the following diagram.
    Ex: Karen set the theme in her keynote address that booksellers, publishers and librarians often have different goals and perceptions.
    Ex: Karen set the theme in her keynote address that booksellers, publishers and librarians often have different goals and perceptions.
    Ex: The quality of indexing is influenced by the intellectual level and intent of document content in the subject area.
    Ex: The object of classification is to group related subjects.
    Ex: Chapters 7 and 8 introduced the problems associated with author cataloguing and have surveyed the purpose of cataloguing codes.
    Ex: Paid employees can have targets set for them and their prospects may well depend upon their meeting these targets.
    Ex: The main drift of the proceedings concerned national libraries -- their role, functions and financing.
    Ex: Such criteria would be applied to book lists and the production, selection, and writing of unbiased material.
    Ex: An objective is an individual act intended to be carried out, and a number o which are required to be carried out in order to reach a goal.
    Ex: She was offered an opportunity to chair a task force within the library with the charge to investigate a new integrated system.
    Ex: Existing wireline networks, with their ubiquity, seamless operations, and ease of use, have provided clear benchmarks for satisfying customers' basic personal communications needs.
    Ex: One of the workpackages of the project is the preparation of software for UKMARC to UNIMARC conversion.
    Ex: This article describes the experiences of a library training officer whose brief was to build library services from the ground up.
    Ex: The attention good literature pays to life is both loving and detached.
    Ex: Robert Kent's sole agenda is to attack Cuba and vilify the Cuban library community while supporting the US government's interventionist destabilization policies.
    Ex: The original mandate was very clear: to consider for inclusion all proposals made.
    Ex: He offers an admirably concise and unemotional analysis of the famous Milgram experiment.
    * aclarar un objetivo = clarify + objective.
    * alcanzar un objetivo = attain + goal.
    * caer fuera del objetivo de = fall outside + the scope of.
    * caso objetivo = objective case.
    * con el objetivo de = with the purpose of, with a brief to, with the aim of, with a focus on.
    * con objetivos específicos = goal-oriented.
    * conseguir un objetivo = accomplish + objective, achieve + objective, attain + goal.
    * con un objetivo claro = focused [focussed].
    * cubrir un objetivo = meet + objective, meet + purpose.
    * cumplir un objetivo = fulfil + goal, meet + objective, meet + purpose, satisfy + purpose, serve + function, serve + purpose, meet + target, fulfil + objective.
    * cuyo objetivo es = intended to.
    * declaración de objetivos = statement of objectives, purpose statement, mission statement, vision statement.
    * definición de objetivos = goal setting.
    * elaborar objetivos = draw up + objectives.
    * enfocado hacia uno objetivo concreto = focused [focussed].
    * establecimiento de objetivos = objective setting.
    * fijación de objetivos = objective setting, direction-setting, goal setting.
    * fijar un objetivo = set + goal.
    * gestión por objetivos = management by objectives (MBO).
    * marcar una objetivo = set + goal.
    * no cumplir un objetivo = fall + short of goal.
    * no tener otro objetivo que el de = have + no other purpose than.
    * objetivo de aprendizaje = learning objective, learning outcome.
    * objetivo de comportamiento = behavioural objective.
    * objetivo de ventas = sales target.
    * objetivo educativo = learning goal, educational goal.
    * objetivos = mission statement.
    * objetivo y alcance = purpose and scope.
    * perseguir los mismos objetivos = work + on the same lines.
    * perseguir un objetivo = pursue + objective, pursue + goal.
    * plantearse un objetivo = adopt + goal.
    * ser el objetivo de Uno = be in business for.
    * sin un objetivo claro = non-purposive, unfocused [unfocussed].
    * tener como objetivo = have + as + Posesivo + objective, be in business for.

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    objetivo1 -va
    1 ‹crítica/análisis› objective
    2 ‹persona› objective
    A
    1 (finalidad) objective, aim
    su único objetivo era terminar cuanto antes her one objective o aim was to finish as quickly as possible
    2 ( Mil) objective
    3 ( como adj inv) target ( before n)
    la empresa objetivo the target company
    Compuesto:
    sales target
    B ( Fot, Ópt) lens
    Compuesto:
    zoom lens
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    objetivo 1
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    objective
    objetivo 2 sustantivo masculino
    1 ( finalidad) objective, aim;
    (Mil) objective
    2 (Fot, Ópt) lens
    objetivo,-a
    I adjetivo objective
    II sustantivo masculino
    1 (finalidad) objective, aim: su objetivo es disuadir a los vendedores, her aim is to put the sellers off
    2 (de un misil, disparo) target: 007 es nuestro objetivo, 007 is our target
    3 Cine Fot lens
    ' objetivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    angular
    - consecución
    - ideal
    - meta
    - objetiva
    - orientarse
    - pasearse
    - perseguir
    - pretensión
    - alcanzar
    - conseguir
    - cumplir
    - fin
    - final
    - inaccesible
    - lo
    - lograr
    - logro
    - mira
    - patente
    - plazo
    - por
    - primario
    - primero
    - primordial
    English:
    accomplish
    - accomplishment
    - achievement
    - aim
    - attain
    - barrage
    - calculate
    - detached
    - end
    - exercise
    - gain
    - goal
    - lens
    - main
    - object
    - objective
    - set
    - short
    - study
    - target
    - target audience
    - target market
    - ultimate
    - unemotional
    - wide-angle
    - dispassionate
    - out
    - unbiased
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    objetivo, -a
    adj
    objective
    nm
    1. [finalidad] objective, aim;
    hemos logrado cumplir con nuestro objetivo we have succeeded in achieving our objective o aim;
    plantearse un objetivo to set oneself an objective;
    la medida tiene como objetivo facilitar la comunicación the aim of the measure is to make communication easier, the measure is aimed at making communication easier
    Com objetivo de producción production target; Com objetivo de ventas sales target
    2. Mil target
    3. Fot lens
    * * *
    I adj objective
    II m
    1 objective
    2 MIL target
    3 FOT lens
    * * *
    objetivo, -va adj
    : objective
    1) meta: objective, goal, target
    2) : lens
    * * *
    objetivo1 adj objective
    1. (fin) objective / aim
    2. (lente) lens [pl. lenses]
    3. (blanco) target

    Spanish-English dictionary > objetivo

  • 6 fijación

    f.
    1 fixing, fastening, setting.
    2 fixation, obsession, fixedness, onemindedness.
    3 fixed idea, fixation, obsession.
    4 anchorage, binding.
    5 attachment, bonding.
    * * *
    1 (colocación) setting, fixing
    2 (sujeción) fastening
    3 (obsesión) obsession
    1 (esquí) bindings
    * * *
    SF
    1) (Psic) fixation

    tener (una) fijación con o por algo/algn — to have a fixation about sth/sb, be fixated on sth/sb

    ¡qué fijación tiene con su madre! — he's got a real mother fixation!

    2) (=acto) [gen] fixing; [con clavos] securing
    3) pl fijaciones (Esquí) (safety) bindings
    * * *
    1) (Psic) fixation, obsession
    2) fijaciones femenino plural ( en esquí) (safety) bindings (pl)
    * * *
    1) (Psic) fixation, obsession
    2) fijaciones femenino plural ( en esquí) (safety) bindings (pl)
    * * *
    fijación1
    1 = commitment, fixing.

    Ex: But the formulation of standards and their commitment to printed form do not mean that they will always be noted.

    Ex: The latter are the day-to-day, usually temporary, regulations for the practical management of the CAP, for example the fixing of import levies and export refunds, etc.
    * cuña de fijación = quoin.
    * de fijación de normas = standard(s) setting.
    * fijación de objetivos = objective setting, direction-setting, goal setting.
    * fijación de políticas = policy making [policy-making/policymaking].
    * fijación de precio de venta = pricing.
    * fijación de precios = fixing.
    * mecanismo de fijación = locking/releasing mechanism.
    * política de fijación de precios = pricing policy.

    fijación2
    2 = fixation, obsession.

    Ex: By conscious or unconscious fixation on this single, already passé, facet of data processing technology we risk totally ignoring the other functions of a catalog.

    Ex: The article concludes that the recent obsession with image and stereotype extends beyond librarianship.
    * tener fijación por = be hipped (on/to), get hipped (on/to).

    * * *
    A ( Psic) fixation, obsession
    ¡vaya fijación tienes con ese tema! you're obsessed with that subject!
    tiene como una fijación con estas cosas he's got some sort of fixation with these things
    B ( Fot) fixing
    Compuesto:
    (legal) price setting, (ilegal) price fixing
    C fijaciones fpl (en esquí) safety bindings (pl), bindings (pl)
    * * *

    fijación sustantivo femenino (Psic) fixation, obsession;
    ¡que fijación tienes con ese tema! you're obsessed with that subject!


    ' fijación' also found in these entries:
    English:
    fixation
    * * *
    1. [sujección] fixing;
    [de cartel] sticking up, posting
    2. [de horario, salario, precios] fixing
    3. Fot fixing
    4. [obsesión] fixation;
    tiene una fijación con esa actriz he's obsessed with that actress
    5.
    fijaciones [en esquí] bindings;
    [en ciclismo] clipless pedals
    6. Gram fixation
    * * *
    f
    1 acción fixing
    2 ( obsesión) fixation
    * * *
    fijación nf, pl - ciones
    1) : fixation, obsession
    2) : fixing, establishing
    3) : fastening, securing

    Spanish-English dictionary > fijación

  • 7 arquero

    • archer
    • bowman
    • goal setting
    • goalpost
    • tell to oneself
    • teller's check

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > arquero

  • 8 certificado de mejoramiento mutuo

    • mutual goal setting
    • mutual improvement certificate
    • mutual-inductance

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > certificado de mejoramiento mutuo

  • 9 definición de objetivos

    • goal orientation
    • goal setting
    • goal succession

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > definición de objetivos

  • 10 establecimiento de metas

    • goal orientation
    • goal setting
    • goal succession

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > establecimiento de metas

  • 11 fijación común de objetivos

    • mutual fund insurance
    • mutual goal setting
    • mutual help

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > fijación común de objetivos

  • 12 fijación de metas de manera conjunta

    • mutual fund insurance
    • mutual goal setting
    • mutual help

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > fijación de metas de manera conjunta

  • 13 fondos mutuos

    • mutual fund corporation
    • mutual funds
    • mutual goal setting

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > fondos mutuos

  • 14 goleador

    • goal line
    • goal setting
    • scorer

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > goleador

  • 15 guardameta

    • goal setting
    • goalpost

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > guardameta

  • 16 guardavallas

    • goal setting
    • goalpost

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > guardavallas

  • 17 portero

    • concierge
    • door keeper
    • doorman
    • gatekeeper
    • goal setting
    • goalpost
    • janitor
    • porter
    • redcap

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > portero

  • 18 goal-average

    goal-average

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > goal-average

  • 19 goal-averages

    goal-averages

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > goal-averages

  • 20 goal

    m
    см. gol

    БИРС > goal

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