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  • 1 acontecimientos locales

    Ex. This database provides access to a wide range of information, including local news, the housing and employment markets, weather and local events, through some 400 public terminals located in public libraries, employment centres, town-halls, and schools.
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    Ex: This database provides access to a wide range of information, including local news, the housing and employment markets, weather and local events, through some 400 public terminals located in public libraries, employment centres, town-halls, and schools.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acontecimientos locales

  • 2 adoptar una imagen

    (v.) = put on + image
    Ex. Most centres will be found in Town Halls, but a few have put on a more attractive image by being located in shop-front premises in the high street.
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    (v.) = put on + image

    Ex: Most centres will be found in Town Halls, but a few have put on a more attractive image by being located in shop-front premises in the high street.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adoptar una imagen

  • 3 aprender de errores

    (v.) = learn from + errors
    Ex. All librarians can tell tales of being caught out in this way, to learn of their error only when the answer has been produced: information on dance-halls when dinosaurs was asked for, or on the grey starling when something on Grace Darling was what was wanted = Todos los bibliotecarios pueden contar historias de cuando han metido la pata de este modo para aprender del error sólo cuando se ha producido la respuesta: información sobre los salones de baile cuando se preguntaba por los dinosaurios, o sobre el estornino gris cuando se quería algo sobre Grace Darling.
    * * *
    (v.) = learn from + errors

    Ex: All librarians can tell tales of being caught out in this way, to learn of their error only when the answer has been produced: information on dance-halls when dinosaurs was asked for, or on the grey starling when something on Grace Darling was what was wanted = Todos los bibliotecarios pueden contar historias de cuando han metido la pata de este modo para aprender del error sólo cuando se ha producido la respuesta: información sobre los salones de baile cuando se preguntaba por los dinosaurios, o sobre el estornino gris cuando se quería algo sobre Grace Darling.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprender de errores

  • 4 auditorio

    adj.
    auditory, listening.
    m.
    1 audience.
    2 auditorium (place).
    3 conference hall, auditorium.
    * * *
    1 (público) audience
    2 (lugar) auditorium, hall
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=público) audience
    2) (=local) auditorium, hall
    * * *
    masculino ( público) audience; ( sala) auditorium
    * * *
    = auditorium [auditoriums/auditoria, -pl.], conference hall, auditory theatre.
    Ex. Counting the media center (which everyone persists in calling the library), there are 26 classrooms, 2 shops (one for auto repair and one for woodworking), a basement gymnasium, and a flat-floor auditorium.
    Ex. The American Library Association's meeting in Chicago was characterised as much by the weather as by the events inside the conference halls.
    Ex. Seats in halls, lecture and auditory theatres intended for audiences of special events are excluded.
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    * auditorio repleto = packed house.
    * * *
    masculino ( público) audience; ( sala) auditorium
    * * *
    = auditorium [auditoriums/auditoria, -pl.], conference hall, auditory theatre.

    Ex: Counting the media center (which everyone persists in calling the library), there are 26 classrooms, 2 shops (one for auto repair and one for woodworking), a basement gymnasium, and a flat-floor auditorium.

    Ex: The American Library Association's meeting in Chicago was characterised as much by the weather as by the events inside the conference halls.
    Ex: Seats in halls, lecture and auditory theatres intended for audiences of special events are excluded.
    * auditorio repleto = packed house.

    * * *
    1 (público) audience
    2 (sala) auditorium
    * * *

    auditorio sustantivo masculino ( público) audience;
    ( sala) auditorium
    auditorio sustantivo masculino
    1 (público) audience
    2 (sala) auditorium, hall
    ' auditorio' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    repulsa
    - tanda
    English:
    audience
    - auditorium
    - hall
    - concert
    - lecture
    * * *
    1. [público] audience
    2. [lugar] auditorium
    * * *
    m ( público) audience; sala auditorium
    * * *
    1) : auditorium
    2) : audience

    Spanish-English dictionary > auditorio

  • 5 aula magna

    main lecture theater* o hall
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    (n.) = main lecture hall, main lecture theatre
    Ex. Perhaps he can pull some strings to get us one of the main lecture halls at the University.
    Ex. Dr Voits, a world authority on UFOs, will be giving a talk in the main lecture theatre this evening.
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    main lecture theater* o hall
    * * *
    (n.) = main lecture hall, main lecture theatre

    Ex: Perhaps he can pull some strings to get us one of the main lecture halls at the University.

    Ex: Dr Voits, a world authority on UFOs, will be giving a talk in the main lecture theatre this evening.

    * * *
    main lecture hall

    Spanish-English dictionary > aula magna

  • 6 ayuntamiento

    m.
    1 town council (British), city council (United States) (corporation).
    2 town hall (British), city hall (United States) (edificio).
    * * *
    1 (corporación) town council, city council
    2 (edificio) town hall, city hall
    \
    ayuntamiento carnal formal sexual intercourse
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    noun m.
    1) city council, town council
    2) city hall, town hall
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=corporación) district council, town council, city council
    2) (=Casa Consistorial) town hall, city hall
    3) (=cópula) sexual intercourse
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    masculino ( corporación) town/city council; ( edificio) town/city hall
    * * *
    = local authority, town hall, local government, municipal government, local council, town council, city hall, municipal authority, city council.
    Ex. The interplay of forces outside their individual control -- government, local authority, trade union, parent institution -- plays havoc with planning exercises.
    Ex. Most CACs occupied office-type accommodation in town halls, libraries and consumer protection departments.
    Ex. With local government reorganization in 1974 came changes in the boundaries of public library authorities.
    Ex. The library's own publications and documents recording the activities of important institutions such as municipal governments, corporations, or the university where the library is located, represent another category of material which often requires indexing by reference librarians.
    Ex. During the last 10 years the service level in the City has fallen and music has stagnated, since the local council library committee froze all expenditure on music in 1984.
    Ex. The aim was to reach as many people as possible; more unusual venues included a meeting of the town council, a church, the market square, and a prison.
    Ex. Among other buildings afire or still smoldering in eastern Baghdad today were the city hall and the National Library which was so thoroughly burned that heat still radiated 50 paces from its front doors.
    Ex. Municipal authorities themselves decide the objectives, scale and structure of their library services.
    Ex. This is because the chief librarian is personally accountable to the next higher level of authority such as the mayor, the city council, the hospital director, or the university president.
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    * a cargo del ayuntamiento = local authority-run.
    * Centro de Información sobre el Ayuntamiento = Kommune Information Centre.
    * concejal del ayuntamiento = local councillor.
    * del ayuntamiento = local authority-run.
    * funcionario del ayuntamiento = city official, city worker.
    * gestionado por el ayuntamiento = city-administered.
    * sala de juntas del ayuntamiento = town council meeting room.
    * * *
    masculino ( corporación) town/city council; ( edificio) town/city hall
    * * *
    = local authority, town hall, local government, municipal government, local council, town council, city hall, municipal authority, city council.

    Ex: The interplay of forces outside their individual control -- government, local authority, trade union, parent institution -- plays havoc with planning exercises.

    Ex: Most CACs occupied office-type accommodation in town halls, libraries and consumer protection departments.
    Ex: With local government reorganization in 1974 came changes in the boundaries of public library authorities.
    Ex: The library's own publications and documents recording the activities of important institutions such as municipal governments, corporations, or the university where the library is located, represent another category of material which often requires indexing by reference librarians.
    Ex: During the last 10 years the service level in the City has fallen and music has stagnated, since the local council library committee froze all expenditure on music in 1984.
    Ex: The aim was to reach as many people as possible; more unusual venues included a meeting of the town council, a church, the market square, and a prison.
    Ex: Among other buildings afire or still smoldering in eastern Baghdad today were the city hall and the National Library which was so thoroughly burned that heat still radiated 50 paces from its front doors.
    Ex: Municipal authorities themselves decide the objectives, scale and structure of their library services.
    Ex: This is because the chief librarian is personally accountable to the next higher level of authority such as the mayor, the city council, the hospital director, or the university president.
    * a cargo del ayuntamiento = local authority-run.
    * Centro de Información sobre el Ayuntamiento = Kommune Information Centre.
    * concejal del ayuntamiento = local councillor.
    * del ayuntamiento = local authority-run.
    * funcionario del ayuntamiento = city official, city worker.
    * gestionado por el ayuntamiento = city-administered.
    * sala de juntas del ayuntamiento = town council meeting room.

    * * *
    (corporación) town/city council; (edificio) town/city hall
    Compuesto:
    ( ant); carnal knowledge ( arch)
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    ayuntamiento sustantivo masculino ( corporación) town/city council;
    ( edificio) town/city hall
    ayuntamiento sustantivo masculino
    1 (institución) town/city council
    2 (edificio) GB town hall, US city hall
    ' ayuntamiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    concejo
    - drogodependencia
    - fortificación
    - insonorización
    - municipio
    - nido
    English:
    city hall
    - clout
    - corporation
    - council
    - local council
    - town council
    - town hall
    - wedding reception
    - city
    - housing
    - town
    - township
    * * *
    1. [corporación] Br town council, US city council
    2. [edificio] Br town hall, US city hall
    3. Anticuado
    ayuntamiento (carnal) sexual congress
    * * *
    m city council, town council; edificio city hall, town hall
    * * *
    1) : town hall, city hall
    2) : town or city council
    * * *
    1. (institución) council
    2. (edificio) town hall

    Spanish-English dictionary > ayuntamiento

  • 7 bar

    m.
    1 bar.
    ir de bares to go out drinking, to go on a pub crawl
    2 counter, liquor counter, bar.
    * * *
    1 (cafetería) café, snack bar; (de bebidas alcohólicas) bar
    2 FÍSICA bar
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM bar

    bar de alterne, bar de citas — singles bar

    * * *
    1) ( local) bar; ( mueble) liquor cabinet (AmE), drinks cabinet (BrE)
    * * *
    = bar, snack bar, inn, pub, the, food-court, wine bar, barroom, tavern, watering hole.
    Ex. This community complex incorporates sports halls, squash courts, a restaurant, bars and a cellar coffee bar.
    Ex. A lecture room, a bookseller's shop and a snack bar will be added later to the library.
    Ex. This article describes the architecture of the library in Skorping, Denmark, built on the site of an old inn destroyed by fire.
    Ex. Equally the housewife happily crossing off her numbers in the bingo hall is just as much at leisure as is her husband painting his pigeon loft and then going for a drink with his mates at the pub.
    Ex. And then, perhaps more important of all of that, is the social and professional interaction that takes place at the conference, it is not rare to meet new friends at the food court that last for ever!.
    Ex. A large number of wine bars, upmarket drinking establishments and themed pubs have opened in recent times, especially in the city centre.
    Ex. The author describes the cowboys, barrooms, variety theaters, and bawdy houses and their patrons in an attempt to separate historical reality from local myth.
    Ex. She walked into the tavern and started mouthing off about my less than exemplary manliness.
    Ex. A watering hole in Spain is serving up free beer and tapas to recession-weary customers who insult its bartenders as a way to let off steam.
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    * bar cafetería = cellar coffee bar.
    * bar con terraza = curbside cafe, kerbside cafe, terrace bar.
    * bar de copas = martini bar.
    * bar de gays = gay bar.
    * bar de karaoke = karaoke bar.
    * bar ilegal = shebeen.
    * bar junto a la playa = beachside bar.
    * bar que elabora su propia cerveza = brew pub.
    * barra de bar = bar counter.
    * bar restaurante = restaurant-bar.
    * bar rural = country pub.
    * taburete de bar = barstool.
    * vagón bar = bar car.
    * * *
    1) ( local) bar; ( mueble) liquor cabinet (AmE), drinks cabinet (BrE)
    * * *
    = bar, snack bar, inn, pub, the, food-court, wine bar, barroom, tavern, watering hole.

    Ex: This community complex incorporates sports halls, squash courts, a restaurant, bars and a cellar coffee bar.

    Ex: A lecture room, a bookseller's shop and a snack bar will be added later to the library.
    Ex: This article describes the architecture of the library in Skorping, Denmark, built on the site of an old inn destroyed by fire.
    Ex: Equally the housewife happily crossing off her numbers in the bingo hall is just as much at leisure as is her husband painting his pigeon loft and then going for a drink with his mates at the pub.
    Ex: And then, perhaps more important of all of that, is the social and professional interaction that takes place at the conference, it is not rare to meet new friends at the food court that last for ever!.
    Ex: A large number of wine bars, upmarket drinking establishments and themed pubs have opened in recent times, especially in the city centre.
    Ex: The author describes the cowboys, barrooms, variety theaters, and bawdy houses and their patrons in an attempt to separate historical reality from local myth.
    Ex: She walked into the tavern and started mouthing off about my less than exemplary manliness.
    Ex: A watering hole in Spain is serving up free beer and tapas to recession-weary customers who insult its bartenders as a way to let off steam.
    * bar cafetería = cellar coffee bar.
    * bar con terraza = curbside cafe, kerbside cafe, terrace bar.
    * bar de copas = martini bar.
    * bar de gays = gay bar.
    * bar de karaoke = karaoke bar.
    * bar ilegal = shebeen.
    * bar junto a la playa = beachside bar.
    * bar que elabora su propia cerveza = brew pub.
    * barra de bar = bar counter.
    * bar restaurante = restaurant-bar.
    * bar rural = country pub.
    * taburete de bar = barstool.
    * vagón bar = bar car.

    * * *
    bar bares (↑ bar a1)
    A
    1 (local) bar
    2 (mueble) drinks cabinet
    Compuestos:
    topless bar
    ( Chi) milk bar
    B ( Fís) bar
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    bar sustantivo masculino ( local) bar;
    ( mueble) liquor cabinet (AmE), drinks cabinet (BrE)
    bar sustantivo masculino bar, pub
    En el Reino Unido la palabra pub se aplica a cualquier establecimiento autorizado a servir cerveza, vino y otras bebidas alcohólicas. Por tanto, no es necesariamente lo mismo que un pub español y puede traducirse por taberna, bar, etc. Formalmente, es abreviación de public house y en Estados Unidos se llama bar.
    ' bar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ambientar
    - ambientada
    - ambientado
    - bajar
    - barra
    - barrote
    - cafetería
    - camarera
    - camarero
    - cantina
    - cervecería
    - chingana
    - chocolatina
    - colegio
    - compás
    - doblar
    - encima
    - espaciador
    - ganarse
    - hispana
    - hispano
    - jabón
    - lingote
    - listón
    - lonchería
    - merendero
    - mesón
    - mesonera
    - mesonero
    - mostrador
    - pastilla
    - pedir
    - pub
    - taberna
    - tablao
    - tableta
    - tasca
    - terraza
    - topless
    - tranca
    - whiskería
    - animación
    - atrancar
    - banco
    - bodega
    - boliche
    - cada
    - café
    - casa
    - céntrico
    English:
    association
    - bar
    - bar chart
    - bar code
    - buffet
    - colour bar
    - counter
    - dive
    - dump
    - football
    - local
    - lounge bar
    - overcrowded
    - people
    - pub
    - saloon
    - saloon bar
    - snack bar
    - some
    - space bar
    - tatty
    - topless
    - watering hole
    - beer
    - café
    - cocktail
    - cross
    - inside
    - liquor
    - publican
    - public
    - rail
    - rod
    - scroll
    - seedy
    - sleazy
    - snack
    - straight
    - tool
    - towel
    - welcoming
    - wine
    * * *
    bar nm
    1. [establecimiento] bar;
    ir de bares to go out drinking, to go on a pub crawl
    bar de copas bar;
    bar restaurante = bar with a restaurant attached;
    bar temático theme bar;
    bar terraza = stand selling alcoholic and soft drinks, surrounded by tables and chairs for customers
    2. [unidad] bar
    * * *
    m bar
    * * *
    bar nm
    : bar, tavern
    * * *
    bar n bar

    Spanish-English dictionary > bar

  • 8 bar cafetería

    Ex. This community complex incorporates sports halls, squash courts, a restaurant, bars and a cellar coffee bar.
    * * *

    Ex: This community complex incorporates sports halls, squash courts, a restaurant, bars and a cellar coffee bar.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bar cafetería

  • 9 bolsa de trabajo

    (en periódico) job section, situations vacant
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = labour exchange, job opportunities, employment bureau, employment centre, employment opportunity, job centre, job pool
    Ex. The paper presents and discusses labour-exchange systems in a small community of 90 peasant families in Santiago Island, Cape Verde.
    Ex. This article examines why job opportunities remain limited for women librarians.
    Ex. He analyzes the job seeker and the influence of mediating agencies, such as unions, employment bureaus, and help-wanted advertising in the hiring process.
    Ex. This database provides access to a wide range of information, including local news, the housing and employment markets, weather and local events, through some 400 public terminals located in public libraries, employment centres, town-halls, and schools.
    Ex. This article was published in a special issue devoted to various aspects of library services for career planning, job searching, and employment opportunities.
    Ex. As a result, job centres must treat employers looking for a prostitute in the same way as those looking for a dental nurse.
    Ex. Most people don't realise that a large percentage of jobs never get advertised and these jobs make up what I call the hidden job pool.
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = labour exchange, job opportunities, employment bureau, employment centre, employment opportunity, job centre, job pool

    Ex: The paper presents and discusses labour-exchange systems in a small community of 90 peasant families in Santiago Island, Cape Verde.

    Ex: This article examines why job opportunities remain limited for women librarians.
    Ex: He analyzes the job seeker and the influence of mediating agencies, such as unions, employment bureaus, and help-wanted advertising in the hiring process.
    Ex: This database provides access to a wide range of information, including local news, the housing and employment markets, weather and local events, through some 400 public terminals located in public libraries, employment centres, town-halls, and schools.
    Ex: This article was published in a special issue devoted to various aspects of library services for career planning, job searching, and employment opportunities.
    Ex: As a result, job centres must treat employers looking for a prostitute in the same way as those looking for a dental nurse.
    Ex: Most people don't realise that a large percentage of jobs never get advertised and these jobs make up what I call the hidden job pool.

    * * *
    employment exchange

    Spanish-English dictionary > bolsa de trabajo

  • 10 calle principal, la

    = high street, the, main street, the
    Ex. Most centres will be found in Town Halls, but a few have put on a more attractive image by being located in shop-front premises in the high street.
    Ex. The vista of main street shows in addition to the jumble and squeeze of shops, a 12-story skyscraper, several impressive banks, and a few elderly housing units.

    Spanish-English dictionary > calle principal, la

  • 11 ceder

    v.
    1 to hand over.
    2 to give up (rendirse) (conceder).
    ceder a to give in to
    ceder en to give up on
    Ricardo cedió su casa a su primo Richard ceded his house to his cousin.
    3 to abate.
    4 to give way (venirse abajo).
    la puerta finalmente cedió the door finally gave way
    5 to give, to become loose.
    ha cedido el jersey the jersey has gone baggy
    6 to decrease in intensity, to abate, to lessen, to subside.
    La tormenta eléctrica cedió al fin The thunderstorm abated at last.
    7 to yield, to give in, to give way, to cede.
    Ricardo cedió ante su insistencia Richard yielded in view of her insistence.
    Las vigas cedieron ante el peso The beams yielded to the weight.
    8 to demise.
    Ricardo cedió su poder por un mes Richard demised his power for a month.
    * * *
    1 (dar) to cede, give
    2 DEPORTE (balón) to pass
    1 (rendirse) to yield (a, to), give way (a, to)
    no cedas don't make any concessions, don't give in
    2 (caerse) to fall, give way
    3 (disminuir) to diminish, slacken, go down
    \
    ceder el paso AUTOMÓVIL to give way, US yield
    * * *
    verb
    1) to cede, hand over
    2) give in, yield
    3) diminish, abate
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ propiedad] to transfer; [+ territorio] to cede frm, hand over

    me cedió el asiento — she let me have her seat, she gave up her seat (for me)

    cedió los derechos de autor a su familiashe gave up o over the authorial rights to her family

    ceder la palabra a algn — to give the floor to sb frm, call upon sb to speak

    "ceda el paso" — "give way", "yield" (EEUU)

    ceder terreno a algn/algo — to give ground to sb/sth

    2) (Dep) [+ balón] to pass
    2. VI
    1) (=transigir) to give in, yield frm

    ceder a algo — to give in to sth, yield to sth

    ceder al chantajeto give in o yield to blackmail

    ceder ante algn/algo — to give in to sb/sth, yield to sb/sth

    no cederemos a o ante sus amenazas — we will not give in to o yield to his threats

    ceder en algo, no ceden en su empeño de ganar la liga — they're not giving in o up in their endeavour to win the league

    2) (=disminuir) [viento] to drop, die down; [lluvia] to ease up; [frío] to abate, ease up; [fiebre] to go down; [dolor] to lessen
    3) [suelo, viga] to give way, give
    4) (=dar de sí) [zapatos, prenda, elástico] to stretch, give

    el tejido ha cedido y me queda anchothe material has stretched o given and now it's too big for me

    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) < derecho> to transfer, assign; < territorio> to cede; <puesto/título> ( voluntariamente) to hand over; ( obligatoriamente) to give up

    me cedió el asiento — he let me have his seat; palabra 3b, paso 1b

    b) <balón/pelota> to pass
    2) ( prestar) < jugador> to loan

    me cedieron una casa en el pueblothey gave o allowed me the use of a house in the village

    2.
    ceder vi
    1) ( cejar) to give way
    2) fiebre to go down; dolor to ease; tormenta to ease up; viento to drop
    3)
    a) muro/puente/cuerda to give way
    b) zapatos/muelles to give
    * * *
    = give over, give, hand over, cede, yield, pass over, sign away, buckle, remit, compromise, give in, cave in (to).
    Ex. The old building is now given over to children and young people.
    Ex. Visitors would be surprised by the loud creaking and groaning of the presses as the timbers gave and rubbed against each other.
    Ex. Eventually, teachers should be able to ' hand the chalk over to the students' and take a back seat.
    Ex. We see this most clearly in the United Kingdom right now, as the Westminster government cedes authority both to the European Union and to a new parliament in Scotland.
    Ex. She actually had an impulse to go and tell the staff to cast off their chains; she did not, however, yield to it.
    Ex. She also indicated in passing that in future authors would not automatically pass over the copyright of research results in papers to publishers.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'License agreements in lieu of copyright: are we signing away our rights?'.
    Ex. The arches of greenhouses buckle under snow loads but the criteria used to study the effects are devised for rectilinear beams.
    Ex. The fever was resolved and the skin lesions started to remit during the following 3 weeks.
    Ex. The moment we compromise among ourselves to adopt rules that are incompatible with ideology then I think we are merely providing the necessity before very long to have these changes brought about.
    Ex. At first he tried self-treatment by rubbing it with the tail of a cat, but eventually gave in and consulted a local physician.
    Ex. It takes more courage to say no and stand up for what's right and is best for them, than it does to cave in to knuckleheads like you two.
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    * ceder ante = give + way (to), bow to.
    * ceder ante la presión = surrender to + pressure.
    * ceder ante la presión de = give in to.
    * ceder a una demanda = bow to + demand.
    * ceder el paso = give + way (to), yield + the right of way.
    * ceder el relevo = pass (on) + the torch, pass (on) + the baton.
    * ceder las riendas del poder = hand over + the reins of power.
    * ceder + Nombre + a = turn + Nombre + over to.
    * ceder terreno = yield + ground, lose + ground.
    * no ceder = stand + Posesivo + ground, put + Posesivo + foot down.
    * no ceder a las presiones = withstand + pressure.
    * no ceder terreno = stand + Posesivo + ground.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) < derecho> to transfer, assign; < territorio> to cede; <puesto/título> ( voluntariamente) to hand over; ( obligatoriamente) to give up

    me cedió el asiento — he let me have his seat; palabra 3b, paso 1b

    b) <balón/pelota> to pass
    2) ( prestar) < jugador> to loan

    me cedieron una casa en el pueblothey gave o allowed me the use of a house in the village

    2.
    ceder vi
    1) ( cejar) to give way
    2) fiebre to go down; dolor to ease; tormenta to ease up; viento to drop
    3)
    a) muro/puente/cuerda to give way
    b) zapatos/muelles to give
    * * *
    ceder (ante)
    (v.) = give + way (to), bow to

    Ex: But since to have chosen to use the alternative rule would have committed us to extensive and expensive recataloging of LC copy, service considerations gave way to economic considerations.

    Ex: In connection with that, I think it's the greater part of wisdom in a situation like this to bow to those who know more about the matter than I do.

    = give over, give, hand over, cede, yield, pass over, sign away, buckle, remit, compromise, give in, cave in (to).

    Ex: The old building is now given over to children and young people.

    Ex: Visitors would be surprised by the loud creaking and groaning of the presses as the timbers gave and rubbed against each other.
    Ex: Eventually, teachers should be able to ' hand the chalk over to the students' and take a back seat.
    Ex: We see this most clearly in the United Kingdom right now, as the Westminster government cedes authority both to the European Union and to a new parliament in Scotland.
    Ex: She actually had an impulse to go and tell the staff to cast off their chains; she did not, however, yield to it.
    Ex: She also indicated in passing that in future authors would not automatically pass over the copyright of research results in papers to publishers.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'License agreements in lieu of copyright: are we signing away our rights?'.
    Ex: The arches of greenhouses buckle under snow loads but the criteria used to study the effects are devised for rectilinear beams.
    Ex: The fever was resolved and the skin lesions started to remit during the following 3 weeks.
    Ex: The moment we compromise among ourselves to adopt rules that are incompatible with ideology then I think we are merely providing the necessity before very long to have these changes brought about.
    Ex: At first he tried self-treatment by rubbing it with the tail of a cat, but eventually gave in and consulted a local physician.
    Ex: It takes more courage to say no and stand up for what's right and is best for them, than it does to cave in to knuckleheads like you two.
    * ceder ante = give + way (to), bow to.
    * ceder ante la presión = surrender to + pressure.
    * ceder ante la presión de = give in to.
    * ceder a una demanda = bow to + demand.
    * ceder el paso = give + way (to), yield + the right of way.
    * ceder el relevo = pass (on) + the torch, pass (on) + the baton.
    * ceder las riendas del poder = hand over + the reins of power.
    * ceder + Nombre + a = turn + Nombre + over to.
    * ceder terreno = yield + ground, lose + ground.
    * no ceder = stand + Posesivo + ground, put + Posesivo + foot down.
    * no ceder a las presiones = withstand + pressure.
    * no ceder terreno = stand + Posesivo + ground.

    * * *
    ceder [E1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 (entregar) ‹derecho› to transfer, assign, cede ( frml); ‹territorio› to cede, transfer
    cedieron las tierras al Estado they transferred the lands to o made the lands over to o ceded the lands to the State
    el campeón no quiere ceder su título the champion doesn't want to give up his title
    cederá la dirección de la empresa a los empleados he will hand over o transfer the running of the company to the employees
    me cedió el asiento he let me have his seat, he gave up his seat for me
    palabra, paso1 (↑ paso (1))
    2 ‹balón/pelota› to pass
    1 ‹obra› to loan
    me cedieron una casa en el pueblo they gave o allowed me the use of a house in the village
    2 ‹jugador› to loan
    ■ ceder
    vi
    A (cejar) to give way
    manténte firme y no cedas stand your ground and don't give way o give in
    tuvieron que ceder ante sus amenazas they had to give in to his threats
    no cedió ni un ápice she didn't give o yield an inch
    ceder EN algo to give sth up
    tuvo que ceder en su empeño she had to give up o abandon the undertaking
    ceder A algo to give in TO sth
    no cedió a la tentación she did not give in to o yield to temptation
    B
    1 «fiebre» to go down; «dolor» to ease, lessen; «tormenta» to ease up, abate; «viento» to drop, die down, abate; «frío» to abate, ease
    2 «valor/divisa» to ease, drift
    C
    1 «muro/puente/cuerda» (romperse, soltarse) to give way
    las tablas cedieron por el peso the boards gave way under the weight
    el elástico ya está cediendo the elastic is starting to go o is getting loose
    2 «cuero/zapatos/muelles» (dar de sí) to give
    me está un poco estrecho, pero ya cederá it's a bit tight but it'll give
    * * *

     

    ceder ( conjugate ceder) verbo transitivo
    1

    territorio to cede;
    puesto/título› ( voluntariamente) to hand over;
    ( a la fuerza) to give up;

    me cedió el asiento he let me have his seat;
    See Also→ paso 1b
    b)balón/pelota to pass

    2 ( prestar) ‹ jugador to loan
    verbo intransitivo
    1 ( cejar) to give way;
    no cedió ni un ápice she didn't give o yield an inch;

    cedió en su empeño she gave up the undertaking;
    ceder a algo to give in to sth
    2 [fiebre/lluvia/viento] to ease off;
    [ dolor] to ease
    3 [muro/puente/cuerda] to give way;
    [zapatos/muelle] to give
    ceder
    I vtr (voluntariamente) to hand over
    ceder la palabra, to give sb the right to speak
    (obligatoriamente) to give
    ceder el paso, to give way, US to yield
    II verbo intransitivo
    1 (una cuerda, un cable) to give way
    2 (una tormenta, epidemia, etc) to diminish, slacken
    3 (transigir) to give in
    ' ceder' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abdicar
    - capitular
    - condescender
    - plegarse
    - residir
    - plegar
    English:
    assign
    - back down
    - budge
    - cave in
    - climb down
    - compromise
    - decentralize
    - give
    - give in
    - give up
    - relent
    - resist
    - sign away
    - way
    - weaken
    - yield
    - cede
    - climb
    - ground
    - knuckle
    * * *
    vt
    1. [traspasar, transferir] to hand over;
    las tierras fueron cedidas a los campesinos the land was handed over to the peasants;
    el gobierno central cederá a los ayuntamientos el control de la política cultural central government will hand control of cultural policy to the town halls
    2. [conceder] to give up;
    ceder el paso to give way;
    me levanté para ceder mi asiento a una anciana I stood up and gave my seat to an old lady;
    el actual campeón cedió dos segundos con respecto al ganador the reigning champion was two seconds slower than the winner
    3. [pelota] to pass
    vi
    1. [venirse abajo] to give way;
    la puerta finalmente cedió the door finally gave way;
    el suelo del escenario cedió por el peso del decorado the stage floor gave way under the weight of the scenery
    2. [rendirse] to give up;
    cedió a sus ruegos he gave in to their pleading;
    no cederemos a las amenazas we won't give in to threats;
    cedió ante las presiones de la comunidad internacional he gave way to international pressure;
    no deben ceder a la tentación de tomarse la justicia por su mano they mustn't give in to the temptation to take the law into their own hands;
    ceder en to give up on;
    cedió en lo esencial he gave in on the important issues
    3. [destensarse] to give;
    el jersey ha cedido the jersey has gone baggy
    4. [disminuir] to abate, to ease up;
    por fin cedió la tormenta at last the storm eased up;
    la fiebre ha cedido the fever has gone down
    * * *
    I v/t give up; ( traspasar) transfer, cede;
    ceder el paso AUTO yield, Br give way
    II v/i
    1 give way, yield
    2 de viento, lluvia ease off
    * * *
    ceder vi
    1) : to yield, to give way
    2) : to diminish, to abate
    3) : to give in, to relent
    ceder vt
    : to cede, to hand over
    * * *
    ceder vb
    1. (rendirse) to give in [pt. gave; pp. given]
    se lo pedimos con mucha educación, pero no cedió we asked him very nicely, but he wouldn't give in
    2. (romperse) to give way
    3. (dejar) to give up
    4. (intensidad, fuerza) to die down

    Spanish-English dictionary > ceder

  • 12 colegio mayor

    m.
    hall of residence, college.
    * * *
    (Esp) residence hall (AmE), hall of residence (BrE)
    * * *
    (n.) = residence hall, dormitory [dorm, -abbr.], dorm, student residence
    Ex. This programme may serve as a model for other university library systems interested in expanding library services and access to library resources to students in thier residence halls.
    Ex. She then returned to campus and finished packing her belongings in her dormitory room.
    Ex. Students and faculty use over 3,000 personal computers and terminals, in dorms, offices and off-campus homes.
    Ex. Package B includes full-board accommodation in a student residence in a single or double room with shared bathroom.
    * * *
    (Esp) residence hall (AmE), hall of residence (BrE)
    * * *
    (n.) = residence hall, dormitory [dorm, -abbr.], dorm, student residence

    Ex: This programme may serve as a model for other university library systems interested in expanding library services and access to library resources to students in thier residence halls.

    Ex: She then returned to campus and finished packing her belongings in her dormitory room.
    Ex: Students and faculty use over 3,000 personal computers and terminals, in dorms, offices and off-campus homes.
    Ex: Package B includes full-board accommodation in a student residence in a single or double room with shared bathroom.

    * * *
    dormitory, dorm fam, Br
    hall of residence

    Spanish-English dictionary > colegio mayor

  • 13 cometer un error

    (v.) = commit + error, make + mistake, make + error, be caught out, slip up
    Ex. Let us perform a simple thought experiment: assume that a cataloger has committed a simple transposition error and transcribed YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER as YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER.
    Ex. When mistakes have been made in invoicing or in paying a vendor, a credit or debit note is issued.
    Ex. This has been taken a step further by using a screen editor to 'prevent the human indexer or coder from making syntactic errors in the first place'.
    Ex. All librarians can tell tales of being caught out in this way, to learn of their error only when the answer has been produced: information on dance-halls when dinosaurs was asked for, or on the grey starling when something on Grace Darling was what was wanted = Todos los bibliotecarios pueden contar historias de cuando han metido la pata de este modo para aprender del error sólo cuando se ha producido la respuesta: información sobre los salones de baile cuando se preguntaba por los dinosaurios, o sobre el estornino gris cuando se quería algo sobre Grace Darling.
    Ex. He knew that if he slipped up again, he could be shipped to a higher-security prison and lose many of his privileges.
    * * *
    (v.) = commit + error, make + mistake, make + error, be caught out, slip up

    Ex: Let us perform a simple thought experiment: assume that a cataloger has committed a simple transposition error and transcribed YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER as YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER.

    Ex: When mistakes have been made in invoicing or in paying a vendor, a credit or debit note is issued.
    Ex: This has been taken a step further by using a screen editor to 'prevent the human indexer or coder from making syntactic errors in the first place'.
    Ex: All librarians can tell tales of being caught out in this way, to learn of their error only when the answer has been produced: information on dance-halls when dinosaurs was asked for, or on the grey starling when something on Grace Darling was what was wanted = Todos los bibliotecarios pueden contar historias de cuando han metido la pata de este modo para aprender del error sólo cuando se ha producido la respuesta: información sobre los salones de baile cuando se preguntaba por los dinosaurios, o sobre el estornino gris cuando se quería algo sobre Grace Darling.
    Ex: He knew that if he slipped up again, he could be shipped to a higher-security prison and lose many of his privileges.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cometer un error

  • 14 contar experiencias

    (v.) = tell + tales
    Ex. All librarians can tell tales of being caught out in this way, to learn of their error only when the answer has been produced: information on dance-halls when dinosaurs was asked for, or on the grey starling when something on Grace Darling was what was wanted = Todos los bibliotecarios pueden contar historias de cuando han metido la pata de este modo para aprender del error sólo cuando se ha producido la respuesta: información sobre los salones de baile cuando se preguntaba por los dinosaurios, o sobre el estornino gris cuando se quería algo sobre Grace Darling.
    * * *
    (v.) = tell + tales

    Ex: All librarians can tell tales of being caught out in this way, to learn of their error only when the answer has been produced: information on dance-halls when dinosaurs was asked for, or on the grey starling when something on Grace Darling was what was wanted = Todos los bibliotecarios pueden contar historias de cuando han metido la pata de este modo para aprender del error sólo cuando se ha producido la respuesta: información sobre los salones de baile cuando se preguntaba por los dinosaurios, o sobre el estornino gris cuando se quería algo sobre Grace Darling.

    Spanish-English dictionary > contar experiencias

  • 15 contar historias

    (v.) = tell + tales
    Ex. All librarians can tell tales of being caught out in this way, to learn of their error only when the answer has been produced: information on dance-halls when dinosaurs was asked for, or on the grey starling when something on Grace Darling was what was wanted = Todos los bibliotecarios pueden contar historias de cuando han metido la pata de este modo para aprender del error sólo cuando se ha producido la respuesta: información sobre los salones de baile cuando se preguntaba por los dinosaurios, o sobre el estornino gris cuando se quería algo sobre Grace Darling.
    * * *
    (v.) = tell + tales

    Ex: All librarians can tell tales of being caught out in this way, to learn of their error only when the answer has been produced: information on dance-halls when dinosaurs was asked for, or on the grey starling when something on Grace Darling was what was wanted = Todos los bibliotecarios pueden contar historias de cuando han metido la pata de este modo para aprender del error sólo cuando se ha producido la respuesta: información sobre los salones de baile cuando se preguntaba por los dinosaurios, o sobre el estornino gris cuando se quería algo sobre Grace Darling.

    Spanish-English dictionary > contar historias

  • 16 cuarto2

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

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuarto2

  • 17 de diseño abierto

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

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

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

    Spanish-English dictionary > de diseño abierto

  • 18 de plan abierto

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

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

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

    Spanish-English dictionary > de plan abierto

  • 19 del mismo tipo que las oficinas

    (adj.) = office-type
    Ex. Most CACs occupied office-type accommodation in town halls, libraries and consumer protection departments.
    * * *
    (adj.) = office-type

    Ex: Most CACs occupied office-type accommodation in town halls, libraries and consumer protection departments.

    Spanish-English dictionary > del mismo tipo que las oficinas

  • 20 departamento de defensa del consumidor

    Ex. Most CACs occupied office-type accommodation in town halls, libraries and consumer protection departments.
    * * *

    Ex: Most CACs occupied office-type accommodation in town halls, libraries and consumer protection departments.

    Spanish-English dictionary > departamento de defensa del consumidor

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