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granting

  • 1 adjudicación

    f.
    1 awarding, adjudication, allocation, confernment.
    2 adjudication, award, adjudicature.
    * * *
    1 award, awarding
    2 (en subasta) sale
    * * *
    SF
    1) [de premio] award; [en subasta] knocking down, sale
    2) Méx (Jur) adjudication, award
    * * *
    a) (de premio, contrato) awarding; ( de viviendas) allocation
    b) ( en subasta) sale
    * * *
    Ex. Some critics have equated verbena in Faulkner's novel 'An Odor of Verbena' directly with courage, seeing Drusilla's gifts of verbena sprigs as the conferral and recognition of courage.
    * * *
    a) (de premio, contrato) awarding; ( de viviendas) allocation
    b) ( en subasta) sale
    * * *

    Ex: Some critics have equated verbena in Faulkner's novel 'An Odor of Verbena' directly with courage, seeing Drusilla's gifts of verbena sprigs as the conferral and recognition of courage.

    * * *
    1 (de un premio, contrato) awarding; (de viviendas) allocation
    llamaron a concurso para la adjudicación de las obras tenders were invited for the contract to carry out the work, the work was put out to tender
    * * *

    adjudicación sustantivo femenino
    a) (de premio, contrato) awarding;

    ( de viviendas) allocation

    adjudicación sustantivo femenino
    1 (de contrato, de premio) award
    2 (en una subasta) sale
    ' adjudicación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    concesión
    * * *
    awarding
    Com adjudicación por concurso público competitive tendering;
    adjudicación de obras awarding of contracts [for public works]
    * * *
    f awarding;
    adjudicación de una obra award of a contract
    * * *
    1) : adjudication
    2) : allocation, awarding, granting

    Spanish-English dictionary > adjudicación

  • 2 asimilación

    f.
    1 comprehension, understanding, assimilation.
    2 digestion, assimilation, metabolization.
    3 equalization.
    * * *
    1 assimilation
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino assimilation
    * * *
    Ex. Fluency with the English language is a predictor of successful assimilation into mainstream American society.
    * * *
    femenino assimilation
    * * *

    Ex: Fluency with the English language is a predictor of successful assimilation into mainstream American society.

    * * *
    assimilation
    * * *

    asimilación sustantivo femenino
    assimilation
    asimilación sustantivo femenino assimilation
    ' asimilación' also found in these entries:
    English:
    assimilation
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    1. [de conocimientos, información] assimilation
    2. [de alimentos] assimilation
    3. [equiparación] granting of equal rights;
    reivindican la asimilación salarial con el resto de funcionarios they are demanding that their salaries be brought into line with those of other public sector employees
    4. Ling assimilation
    5. Biol assimilation
    6. [integración] assimilation
    * * *
    f assimilation
    * * *
    asimilación nf, pl - ciones : assimilation

    Spanish-English dictionary > asimilación

  • 3 cesión

    f.
    cession, grant, concession, endowment.
    * * *
    1 cession
    2 DERECHO assignment, transfer
    * * *
    SF
    1) [de territorio] cession frm, giving up
    2) (Jur) granting, transfer
    * * *
    femenino ( de derecho) assignment, cession (frml); ( de territorio) transfer
    * * *
    = handover [hand-over].
    Ex. The author assesses the prospects of Hong Kong after the handover of the colony to China in 1997 when it will once again be competing with Shanghai as the publishing hub of the Orient.
    ----
    * firmar la cesión = sign away.
    * * *
    femenino ( de derecho) assignment, cession (frml); ( de territorio) transfer
    * * *
    = handover [hand-over].

    Ex: The author assesses the prospects of Hong Kong after the handover of the colony to China in 1997 when it will once again be competing with Shanghai as the publishing hub of the Orient.

    * firmar la cesión = sign away.

    * * *
    (de un derecho) assignment, transfer, cession ( frml); (de un territorio) transfer
    Compuestos:
    leaseback
    surrender o ( frml) cession of goods
    * * *
    [de derechos, territorios, jugadores] transfer Der cesión de bienes surrender of property; UE cesión de cuotas [pesqueras] quota hopping; Dep cesión al portero [en fútbol] back pass
    * * *
    f transfer;
    * * *
    cesión nf, pl cesiones : transfer, assignment
    cesión de bienes: transfer of property

    Spanish-English dictionary > cesión

  • 4 conceder permiso

    (v.) = give + permission, grant + permission, grant + Alguien + leave
    Ex. If an invalid borrower has been given permission to charge materials out, the documents are charged out with the dates due calculated.
    Ex. The study also found that publishers have a generally informal approach to granting permission for use of material in course readers.
    Ex. The claimant did not request a leave of absence because she believed that leaves were granted only for personal illness of the employee.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + permission, grant + permission, grant + Alguien + leave

    Ex: If an invalid borrower has been given permission to charge materials out, the documents are charged out with the dates due calculated.

    Ex: The study also found that publishers have a generally informal approach to granting permission for use of material in course readers.
    Ex: The claimant did not request a leave of absence because she believed that leaves were granted only for personal illness of the employee.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conceder permiso

  • 5 conceder un premio

    (v.) = give + an award, grant + an award
    Ex. A police dog strangled and left unconscious as he helped make an arrest has been given an award.
    Ex. In granting the award, Committee praised the Agency 'for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used'.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + an award, grant + an award

    Ex: A police dog strangled and left unconscious as he helped make an arrest has been given an award.

    Ex: In granting the award, Committee praised the Agency 'for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conceder un premio

  • 6 concesión

    f.
    1 concession, avowal, grant, allowance.
    2 compromise, concession.
    3 franchise, dealership, concession, licence.
    * * *
    1 concession, granting
    2 (de premio) awarding
    \
    hacer concesiones to make concessions
    * * *
    noun f.
    2) franchise, license
    * * *
    SF
    1) [en acuerdo, negociación] concession, granting
    2) (Jur, Pol) [de nacionalidad, libertad] granting
    3) [de un premio] award
    4) (Com) [de fabricación] licence, license (EEUU); [de venta] franchise; [de transporte] concession, contract
    * * *
    1) ( de premios) awarding; ( de préstamo) granting
    2) ( en una postura) concession
    3) (Com) dealership, concession, franchise
    * * *
    = concession, award, franchise, conferral, sop.
    Ex. Another point which we hope these introductory remarks make clear is that AACR2, even more than the 1967 version, is the result of give and take, of compromise, of negotiation, of concessions made graciously or grudgingly.
    Ex. The award of a charter, the establishment of an examination system, and a register of the qualified, rapidly created a 'near-monopoly in training' in the years between 1885 and 1909.
    Ex. The Condensed Books series holds a unique and ubiquitous book publishing franchise that has vanquished all competitors.
    Ex. Some critics have equated verbena in Faulkner's novel 'An Odor of Verbena' directly with courage, seeing Drusilla's gifts of verbena sprigs as the conferral and recognition of courage.
    Ex. This economy was based on the premise that protectionism was not merely a sop to the agricultural interest but a responsible food policy that encouraged social cohesion.
    ----
    * concesión de franquicias = franchising.
    * concesión de permisos de vigilancia = surveillance licensing.
    * hacer concesiones = make + allowances.
    * relacionado con la concesión de premios = award-giving [award giving].
    * * *
    1) ( de premios) awarding; ( de préstamo) granting
    2) ( en una postura) concession
    3) (Com) dealership, concession, franchise
    * * *
    = concession, award, franchise, conferral, sop.

    Ex: Another point which we hope these introductory remarks make clear is that AACR2, even more than the 1967 version, is the result of give and take, of compromise, of negotiation, of concessions made graciously or grudgingly.

    Ex: The award of a charter, the establishment of an examination system, and a register of the qualified, rapidly created a 'near-monopoly in training' in the years between 1885 and 1909.
    Ex: The Condensed Books series holds a unique and ubiquitous book publishing franchise that has vanquished all competitors.
    Ex: Some critics have equated verbena in Faulkner's novel 'An Odor of Verbena' directly with courage, seeing Drusilla's gifts of verbena sprigs as the conferral and recognition of courage.
    Ex: This economy was based on the premise that protectionism was not merely a sop to the agricultural interest but a responsible food policy that encouraged social cohesion.
    * concesión de franquicias = franchising.
    * concesión de permisos de vigilancia = surveillance licensing.
    * hacer concesiones = make + allowances.
    * relacionado con la concesión de premios = award-giving [award giving].

    * * *
    A (de premios) awarding; (de un préstamo) granting
    B (en una postura) concession
    no están dispuestos a hacer la menor concesión they are not prepared to make any concessions whatsoever
    C ( Com) dealership, concession, franchise
    * * *

     

    concesión sustantivo femenino

    ( de préstamo) granting



    concesión sustantivo femenino
    1 (adjudicación) awarding: la concesión del premio le vino muy bien, winning the prize was very good for him
    2 (explotación, cesión) dealership, franchise: la concesión de automóviles ha cerrado, the automobile dealership has closed
    3 (en una negociación, disputa) concession: tienes que hacer algunas concesiones si quieres llegar a un acuerdo, you have to make some concessions if you wish to reach an agreement
    ' concesión' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    engordar
    - engrandecer
    - para
    - franquicia
    English:
    allowance
    - as
    - concession
    - dealership
    - may
    - well
    - clamp
    - franchise
    * * *
    1. [de préstamo, licencia] granting;
    [de premio] awarding; [de indulto, asilo, visado] granting
    2. [cesión] concession;
    una casa en la que no hay la menor concesión al lujo a house without the least concession to luxury;
    hacer concesiones (a) to make concessions (to);
    fue un debate duro y sin concesiones it was a tough debate, with no quarter given on either side
    3. Com [franquicia] franchise, licence;
    [en tienda] concession;
    tienen la concesión exclusiva del producto en ese país they have the exclusive franchise for the product in that country;
    el servicio de limpieza fue dado en concesión a una empresa privada the contract for cleaning services was awarded to a private company
    * * *
    f
    1 concession;
    hacer concesiones make concessions
    2 COM dealership
    * * *
    concesión nf, pl - siones
    1) : concession
    2) : awarding, granting

    Spanish-English dictionary > concesión

  • 7 corrupción

    f.
    1 corruption, vice, corruptedness, immorality.
    2 corruption, corruptness, crookedness, improbity.
    * * *
    1 (putrefacción) rot, decay
    2 figurado corruption, degradation
    \
    corrupción de menores corruption of minors
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=pudrición) rot, decay
    2) [moral] corruption
    3) (Jur) corruption, graft; (=soborno) graft, bribery
    4) [de lengua, texto] corruption
    * * *
    a) ( de materia) decay
    b) (de moral, persona, lengua) corruption
    * * *
    = corruption, depravation.
    Ex. For example, the Library of Congress established names of indigenous American and African peoples are very often derogatory corruptions of their real names.
    Ex. Poverty and depravation impacts on those directly affected and also influences the well being of the whole macro structure of the nation.
    ----
    * corrupción de datos = data corruption.
    * corrupción de la policía = police corruption.
    * corrupción del gobierno = government corruption.
    * corrupción moral = moral corruption.
    * persona que desvela escándalos o corrupción = muckraker.
    * revelación de escándalos o corrupción = muckraking.
    * * *
    a) ( de materia) decay
    b) (de moral, persona, lengua) corruption
    * * *
    = corruption, depravation.

    Ex: For example, the Library of Congress established names of indigenous American and African peoples are very often derogatory corruptions of their real names.

    Ex: Poverty and depravation impacts on those directly affected and also influences the well being of the whole macro structure of the nation.
    * corrupción de datos = data corruption.
    * corrupción de la policía = police corruption.
    * corrupción del gobierno = government corruption.
    * corrupción moral = moral corruption.
    * persona que desvela escándalos o corrupción = muckraker.
    * revelación de escándalos o corrupción = muckraking.

    * * *
    2 (de la moral, de una persona) corruption; (de la lengua) corruption
    Compuesto:
    corruption of minors
    * * *

    corrupción sustantivo femenino
    a) (de moral, persona, lengua) corruption;



    corrupción sustantivo femenino
    1 (perversión moral) corruption
    corrupción de menores, corruption of minors
    2 (putrefacción) rot, decay
    ' corrupción' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    asco
    - lacra
    - rebajar
    - cuajo
    - perversión
    - vicio
    English:
    blatant
    - corruption
    - expose
    - graft
    - riddled
    - rife
    - rottenness
    - sack
    - rid
    * * *
    1. [delito, decadencia] corruption;
    Der corrupción de menores corruption of minors
    2. [soborno] bribery
    3. [de una sustancia] decay
    * * *
    f decay; fig
    corruption
    * * *
    1) : decay
    2) : corruption

    Spanish-English dictionary > corrupción

  • 8 dar un premio

    (v.) = give + an award, grant + an award
    Ex. A police dog strangled and left unconscious as he helped make an arrest has been given an award.
    Ex. In granting the award, Committee praised the Agency 'for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used'.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + an award, grant + an award

    Ex: A police dog strangled and left unconscious as he helped make an arrest has been given an award.

    Ex: In granting the award, Committee praised the Agency 'for their efforts to prevent nuclear energy from being used'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar un premio

  • 9 doctorado

    m.
    doctorate.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: doctorarse.
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    1 doctorate, PhD
    * * *
    noun m.
    doctorate, PhD
    * * *
    SM doctorate, PhD
    * * *
    masculino doctorate, PhD
    * * *
    = doctorate, PhD (Latín - Philosophiae Doctor), Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy), D. Phil (Doctor of Philosophy), earned doctorate.
    Nota: Aquí earned se utiliza para indicar que se ha conseguido estudiando más que como mérito honorífico.
    Ex. Mr. Malinconico has a bachelor's and a master's degree in physics, and is working toward a doctorate from Columbia University in that subject.
    Ex. The pre-1959 literature focused on the question of whether degrees in other disciplines were likely to be of more value than the PhD in library science.
    Ex. She achieved scholarly distinction with the attainment of the Ph.D. in history of science from the University of Pennsylvania.
    Ex. The review process, conducted among members of staff and D. Phil students, is described and results analysed.
    Ex. Less than 0.5% of the 100,000 women librarians in the USA have an earned doctorate.
    ----
    * estudiante de doctorado = doctoral student, Ph.D. candidate, Ph.D. student, doctoral candidate, doctoral graduate.
    * programa de doctorado = doctoral program(me), doctoral degree programme.
    * que no ofrece doctorado = non-doctoral granting.
    * * *
    masculino doctorate, PhD
    * * *
    = doctorate, PhD (Latín - Philosophiae Doctor), Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy), D. Phil (Doctor of Philosophy), earned doctorate.
    Nota: Aquí earned se utiliza para indicar que se ha conseguido estudiando más que como mérito honorífico.

    Ex: Mr. Malinconico has a bachelor's and a master's degree in physics, and is working toward a doctorate from Columbia University in that subject.

    Ex: The pre-1959 literature focused on the question of whether degrees in other disciplines were likely to be of more value than the PhD in library science.
    Ex: She achieved scholarly distinction with the attainment of the Ph.D. in history of science from the University of Pennsylvania.
    Ex: The review process, conducted among members of staff and D. Phil students, is described and results analysed.
    Ex: Less than 0.5% of the 100,000 women librarians in the USA have an earned doctorate.
    * estudiante de doctorado = doctoral student, Ph.D. candidate, Ph.D. student, doctoral candidate, doctoral graduate.
    * programa de doctorado = doctoral program(me), doctoral degree programme.
    * que no ofrece doctorado = non-doctoral granting.

    * * *
    el doctorado le llevó 5 años it took her five years to do her doctorate o PhD
    estudiante de doctorado PhD student, doctoral student ( frml)
    * * *

     

    Del verbo doctorar: ( conjugate doctorar)

    doctorado es:

    el participio

    doctorado sustantivo masculino
    doctorate, PhD
    doctorado m Univ
    1 doctorate
    2 PhD (abr de Doctor of Philosophy)
    ' doctorado' also found in these entries:
    English:
    degree
    - doctorate
    - honorary doctorate
    - PhD
    * * *
    doctorate;
    alumno/curso de doctorado doctoral student/course;
    hacer/sacarse el doctorado to do/get one's PhD o doctorate
    * * *
    m doctorate
    * * *
    : doctorate

    Spanish-English dictionary > doctorado

  • 10 edición en línea

    Ex. The article 'Does online editing promote trespassing?' discusses the ethical implications of granting editors on-line access to authors' document files.
    * * *

    Ex: The article 'Does online editing promote trespassing?' discusses the ethical implications of granting editors on-line access to authors' document files.

    Spanish-English dictionary > edición en línea

  • 11 ejecutivo

    adj.
    executive.
    m.
    executive, exec, business executive, officer.
    * * *
    1 executive
    2 (rápido) prompt
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 executive
    1 (gobierno) the government
    \
    poder ejecutivo the executive
    * * *
    (f. - ejecutiva)
    noun adj.
    * * *
    ejecutivo, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) [función, poder] executive
    2) (=urgente) [petición] pressing, insistent; [respuesta] prompt; [negocio] urgent, immediate
    2.
    SM (Pol) executive
    3.
    SM / F (Com) executive

    ejecutivo/a de cuentas — account executive

    ejecutivo/a de ventas — sales executive

    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo <función/comisión> executive
    II
    - va masculino, femenino
    1) (Adm, Com) executive
    2) ejecutivo masculino (Gob) executive
    * * *
    = executive, business executive, administrative, administrator, corporate executive, exec, executive.
    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'.
    Ex. The trustee was generally male, 'past his prime', white, Protestant, well educated, wealthy, a member of the social elite, and usually a member of a profession or a business executive.
    Ex. There is now the highest number of women in top administrative positions than there has been before: 54 women out of a total of 111 directorships.
    Ex. With continued acquiescence to budget-cutting administrators, tomorrow's libraries may be viewed as mere custodians and perhaps even superfluous to their institutions.
    Ex. There are millions of jokes about dumb blondes, but there is not so many jokes about cooperate executives.
    Ex. Although there is consensus on the priority of some strategies, execs from different departments don't see eye to eye on many others.
    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'.
    ----
    * búsqueda personalizada de ejecutivos = headhunting, executive search.
    * director ejecutivo = chief executive.
    * ejecutivo, el = Executive, the.
    * ejecutivo superior = top executive.
    * empresa de búsqueda personalizada de ejecutivos = headhunter.
    * poder ejecutivo = chief executive, executive arm, executive power.
    * poder ejecutivo, el = Executive, the.
    * resumen ejecutivo = executive summary.
    * secretario ejecutivo = executive secretary.
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo <función/comisión> executive
    II
    - va masculino, femenino
    1) (Adm, Com) executive
    2) ejecutivo masculino (Gob) executive
    * * *
    el ejecutivo
    = Executive, the

    Ex: Granting the Executive the power to torture people and jail them indefinitely, without meaningful judicial review, is like playing with fire.

    = executive, business executive, administrative, administrator, corporate executive, exec, executive.

    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'.

    Ex: The trustee was generally male, 'past his prime', white, Protestant, well educated, wealthy, a member of the social elite, and usually a member of a profession or a business executive.
    Ex: There is now the highest number of women in top administrative positions than there has been before: 54 women out of a total of 111 directorships.
    Ex: With continued acquiescence to budget-cutting administrators, tomorrow's libraries may be viewed as mere custodians and perhaps even superfluous to their institutions.
    Ex: There are millions of jokes about dumb blondes, but there is not so many jokes about cooperate executives.
    Ex: Although there is consensus on the priority of some strategies, execs from different departments don't see eye to eye on many others.
    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'.
    * búsqueda personalizada de ejecutivos = headhunting, executive search.
    * director ejecutivo = chief executive.
    * ejecutivo, el = Executive, the.
    * ejecutivo superior = top executive.
    * empresa de búsqueda personalizada de ejecutivos = headhunter.
    * poder ejecutivo = chief executive, executive arm, executive power.
    * poder ejecutivo, el = Executive, the.
    * resumen ejecutivo = executive summary.
    * secretario ejecutivo = executive secretary.

    * * *
    ejecutivo1 -va
    ‹función/comisión› executive director, poder2 m D. (↑ poder (2))
    ejecutivo2 -va
    masculine, feminine
    A ( Adm, Com) (persona) executive
    ejecutivo de ventas sales executive
    B
    ejecutivo masculine ( Gob): el ejecutivo the executive
    el jefe del ejecutivo the head of the government o the executive
    * * *

     

    ejecutivo 1
    ◊ -va adjetivo ‹función/comisión executive

    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino (Bot, Com) executive
    ejecutivo 2 sustantivo masculino (Gob) executive
    ejecutivo,-a
    I adjetivo executive
    el consejo ejecutivo, the executive council
    II sustantivo masculino executive

    ' ejecutivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ejecutiva
    - alto
    English:
    executive
    - high-powered
    - hotshot
    - MD
    - managing director
    - take
    * * *
    ejecutivo, -a
    adj
    executive
    nm,f
    [persona] executive;
    ejecutivo agresivo thrusting executive;
    un alto ejecutivo de la compañía a top executive of the company
    ejecutivo de cuentas account executive;
    ejecutivo de marketing marketing executive;
    ejecutivo de ventas sales executive
    nm
    Pol
    el ejecutivo o [m5] Ejecutivo the government;
    fuentes del ejecutivo government sources
    * * *
    I adj executive;
    el poder ejecutivo POL the executive
    II m
    1 executive;
    alto ejecutivo top executive
    2
    :
    el Ejecutivo the government
    * * *
    ejecutivo, -va adj & n
    : executive
    * * *
    ejecutivo adj n executive

    Spanish-English dictionary > ejecutivo

  • 12 ejecutivo, el

    = Executive, the
    Ex. Granting the Executive the power to torture people and jail them indefinitely, without meaningful judicial review, is like playing with fire.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ejecutivo, el

  • 13 entrada ilegal

    f.
    trespass, unlawful entry.
    * * *
    (n.) = trespass, trespassing
    Ex. The author describes laws applicable to breaches of privacy dealing with: the laws of privacy, confidence, trespass, nuisance, defamation and theft.
    Ex. The article 'Does online editing promote trespassing?' discusses the ethical implications of granting editors on-line access to authors' document files.
    * * *
    (n.) = trespass, trespassing

    Ex: The author describes laws applicable to breaches of privacy dealing with: the laws of privacy, confidence, trespass, nuisance, defamation and theft.

    Ex: The article 'Does online editing promote trespassing?' discusses the ethical implications of granting editors on-line access to authors' document files.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entrada ilegal

  • 14 intrusión

    f.
    intrusion, encroachment, interference, meddling.
    * * *
    1 intrusion
    * * *
    SF (=intromisión) intrusion; (Jur) trespass
    * * *
    a) ( en un lugar) intrusion
    b) ( en un asunto) interference
    c) (Geol) intrusion
    * * *
    = entrenchment, intrusion, trespassing, interpolation, meddling.
    Nota: Nombre.
    Ex. The computer's entrenchment in our lives is a brute fact and not a debatable or negotiable point.
    Ex. The faithful adherents of the ideology of the finding catalog were determined to combat the unwelcome intrusion of Panizzi's scheme before the Royal Commission.
    Ex. The article 'Does online editing promote trespassing?' discusses the ethical implications of granting editors on-line access to authors' document files.
    Ex. Editorial interpolations are placed in square brackets [].
    Ex. As if the Cuban people themselves have no right to uphold their own national sovereignty against outside meddling.
    * * *
    a) ( en un lugar) intrusion
    b) ( en un asunto) interference
    c) (Geol) intrusion
    * * *
    = entrenchment, intrusion, trespassing, interpolation, meddling.
    Nota: Nombre.

    Ex: The computer's entrenchment in our lives is a brute fact and not a debatable or negotiable point.

    Ex: The faithful adherents of the ideology of the finding catalog were determined to combat the unwelcome intrusion of Panizzi's scheme before the Royal Commission.
    Ex: The article 'Does online editing promote trespassing?' discusses the ethical implications of granting editors on-line access to authors' document files.
    Ex: Editorial interpolations are placed in square brackets [].
    Ex: As if the Cuban people themselves have no right to uphold their own national sovereignty against outside meddling.

    * * *
    1 (en un lugar) intrusion
    2 (en un asunto) interference
    3 ( Geol) intrusion
    * * *

    intrusión sustantivo femenino intrusion, interference
    ' intrusión' also found in these entries:
    English:
    intrusion
    * * *
    1. [en lugar] intrusion
    2. Geol intrusion
    * * *
    f intrusion
    * * *
    intrusión nf, pl - siones : intrusion

    Spanish-English dictionary > intrusión

  • 15 jugar con fuego

    to play with fire
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = court + disaster, play with + fire, court + danger, flirt with + danger
    Ex. Are you going to run risks and court disasters by opposing the existing social order in the name of those imaginary notions of yours which you call your convictions?.
    Ex. Granting the Executive the power to torture people and jail them indefinitely, without meaningful judicial review, is like playing with fire.
    Ex. Always where the action is, he courts danger with a smile, but his charm can sometimes be a lethal weapon.
    Ex. Just by being in the proximity of a motocross race or snowboarding competition can help you start flirting with danger.
    * * *
    (v.) = court + disaster, play with + fire, court + danger, flirt with + danger

    Ex: Are you going to run risks and court disasters by opposing the existing social order in the name of those imaginary notions of yours which you call your convictions?.

    Ex: Granting the Executive the power to torture people and jail them indefinitely, without meaningful judicial review, is like playing with fire.
    Ex: Always where the action is, he courts danger with a smile, but his charm can sometimes be a lethal weapon.
    Ex: Just by being in the proximity of a motocross race or snowboarding competition can help you start flirting with danger.

    Spanish-English dictionary > jugar con fuego

  • 16 literatura profesional

    (n.) = literature, professional literature
    Ex. Indexing journals (and the indexes to printed abstracting journals) are alphabetical indexes to the literature of a subject area.
    Ex. Friends of the Library groups are largely undocumented in the professional literature at non-doctoral granting colleges and universities.
    * * *
    (n.) = literature, professional literature

    Ex: Indexing journals (and the indexes to printed abstracting journals) are alphabetical indexes to the literature of a subject area.

    Ex: Friends of the Library groups are largely undocumented in the professional literature at non-doctoral granting colleges and universities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > literatura profesional

  • 17 manual de lecturas recomendadas

    (n.) = reader, course reader
    Ex. Bright new copies of an unknown book naturally excite more attention than old ' readers' soiled from overuse.
    Ex. The study also found that publishers have a generally informal approach to granting permission for use of material in course readers.
    * * *
    (n.) = reader, course reader

    Ex: Bright new copies of an unknown book naturally excite more attention than old ' readers' soiled from overuse.

    Ex: The study also found that publishers have a generally informal approach to granting permission for use of material in course readers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > manual de lecturas recomendadas

  • 18 médico1

    1 = clinician, MD (Medical Doctor), physician, doctor, medical practitioner, healer, medical doctor.
    Ex. A study was designed to address this question, particularly as applied to clinicians and user-friendly search software package such as Grateful Med.
    Ex. This article outlines the steps taken by the library to meet the accrediation standards of the Liason Committee for Medical Education for a full 4 year MD granting institution.
    Ex. The results indicate that physicians vary in their information needs, preferences, motivations, and strategies for seeking information.
    Ex. Sometimes librarians have to explain to enquirers who will almost certainly not believe them that ostriches do not put their heads in the sand, that in Britain at least, doctors do not take the Hippocratic oath, and that both the yeti and Sweeney Todd's baber's shop are fiction.
    Ex. To fulfil their potential, librarians must articulate and act upon a vision that involves them more fully in the work of faculty, researchers, and medical practitioners.
    Ex. Just why a patient should trust a particular healer is a question that has not been adequately explored in the literature on healing.
    Ex. The results show clearly that occupational prestige does not depend upon salary or money factors (teaching being ranked second only to medical doctor).
    ----
    * consulta de médico = doctor's surgery.
    * médico de cabecera = general practitioner (GP), family practitioner, family doctor.
    * médico de familia = family practitioner, general practitioner (GP), family doctor.
    * médico de hospital = hospital physician.
    * médico forense = coroner.
    * médico residente = house physician, doctor in residence.
    * paramédico = paramedical [para-medical].

    Spanish-English dictionary > médico1

  • 19 no estar documentado

    Ex. Friends of the Library groups are largely undocumented in the professional literature at non-doctoral granting colleges and universities.
    * * *

    Ex: Friends of the Library groups are largely undocumented in the professional literature at non-doctoral granting colleges and universities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no estar documentado

  • 20 no tener información

    Ex. Friends of the Library groups are largely undocumented in the professional literature at non-doctoral granting colleges and universities.
    * * *

    Ex: Friends of the Library groups are largely undocumented in the professional literature at non-doctoral granting colleges and universities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no tener información

См. также в других словарях:

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  • granting — index concession (compromise), donative, permissive Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • Granting — Grant Grant (gr[.a]nt), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Granted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Granting}.] [OE. graunten, granten, OF. graanter, craanter, creanter, to promise, yield, LL. creantare to promise, assure, for (assumed LL.) credentare to make believe, fr. L …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • granting — n. fulfilling (of a request or desire); act of granting, bestowing grænt /grɑːnt n. award; gift, present; contribution, donation v. bestow; give; agree; answer to ; donate …   English contemporary dictionary

  • granting — Synonyms and related words: accommodation, accordance, admitting, admitting that, allowing, allowing that, award, awarding, bestowal, bestowment, communication, concession, conferment, conferral, contribution, deliverance, delivery, donation,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • granting — present part of grant …   Useful english dictionary

  • granting clause — n. The section of a contract that sets forth the terms of a grant. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000. granting clause The portion of an …   Law dictionary

  • granting freedom — index parole Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • granting a diploma — giving a certificate of graduation …   English contemporary dictionary

  • granting a request — consenting to an appeal, agreeing to a request, satisfying a wish …   English contemporary dictionary

  • granting his wishes — making his wishes come true, fulfilling his wishes …   English contemporary dictionary

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