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  • 341 hasta + Fecha

    = by + Fecha, up until + Fecha
    Ex. All choices expressed in applications received by 15 January 2005 will be considered, however the organizers reserve the right to allocate exhibitors to the most appropriate stands = Se estudiarán todas las opciones expresadas en las solicitudes recibidas hasta el 15 de enero del 2005, aunque los organizadores se reservan el derecho de asignar a los expositores el estand que ellos consideren más adecuado.
    Ex. Africans south of the Sahara lived largely in nomadic, hunter-gatherer groups up until 200 BC.
    * * *
    = by + Fecha, up until + Fecha

    Ex: All choices expressed in applications received by 15 January 2005 will be considered, however the organizers reserve the right to allocate exhibitors to the most appropriate stands = Se estudiarán todas las opciones expresadas en las solicitudes recibidas hasta el 15 de enero del 2005, aunque los organizadores se reservan el derecho de asignar a los expositores el estand que ellos consideren más adecuado.

    Ex: Africans south of the Sahara lived largely in nomadic, hunter-gatherer groups up until 200 BC.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta + Fecha

  • 342 hasta ahora

    adv.
    until now, so far, thus far, till now.
    * * *
    until now, so far
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    * * *
    = as yet, hitherto, so far, thus far, to date, up to now, yet, heretofore, all along, up to this point, by now, as of today, until now, up until now, up till now, till now
    Ex. A second objective of union catalogues -- to make library resources available when and where they are needed -- has not then as yet been fully achieved.
    Ex. It offers to the librarian, the student, the teacher, the sociologist of knowledge, and the publisher a type of statistic not hitherto considered.
    Ex. The classification schemes that have been considered so far are general bibliographic classification schemes in that they attempt to encompass all of knowledge.
    Ex. Thus far the results are very encouraging and we definitely will be proceeding along this way.
    Ex. Two major projects in this area have been conducted to date.
    Ex. What is going to happen to those records that have been produced up to now under superimposition and therefore have headings that were created according to the ALA 1949 or even according to earlier codes?.
    Ex. The article suggests that this technique is the most transparent and equitable system yet devised.
    Ex. If some or all of the suggested entries are made, many more entries will be made than heretofore.
    Ex. 'I know you want to do the best job you can -- not that you haven't all along'.
    Ex. Up to this point, the discussion has covered what kind of research is not needed.
    Ex. It will be evident by now that the microcomputer market is a complex place.
    Ex. As of today, there are no references to this issue in the literature.
    Ex. Until now, librarians have not been concerned with providing access to faculty owned collections.
    Ex. However, there are weaknesses with the formal notations used up until now.
    Ex. Nevertheless, femininity has up till now always been the dominant trait of the alienation of women, and masculinity that of men.
    Ex. Till now the comfort of fans has been the last thing on the minds of many clubs.
    * * *
    = as yet, hitherto, so far, thus far, to date, up to now, yet, heretofore, all along, up to this point, by now, as of today, until now, up until now, up till now, till now

    Ex: A second objective of union catalogues -- to make library resources available when and where they are needed -- has not then as yet been fully achieved.

    Ex: It offers to the librarian, the student, the teacher, the sociologist of knowledge, and the publisher a type of statistic not hitherto considered.
    Ex: The classification schemes that have been considered so far are general bibliographic classification schemes in that they attempt to encompass all of knowledge.
    Ex: Thus far the results are very encouraging and we definitely will be proceeding along this way.
    Ex: Two major projects in this area have been conducted to date.
    Ex: What is going to happen to those records that have been produced up to now under superimposition and therefore have headings that were created according to the ALA 1949 or even according to earlier codes?.
    Ex: The article suggests that this technique is the most transparent and equitable system yet devised.
    Ex: If some or all of the suggested entries are made, many more entries will be made than heretofore.
    Ex: 'I know you want to do the best job you can -- not that you haven't all along'.
    Ex: Up to this point, the discussion has covered what kind of research is not needed.
    Ex: It will be evident by now that the microcomputer market is a complex place.
    Ex: As of today, there are no references to this issue in the literature.
    Ex: Until now, librarians have not been concerned with providing access to faculty owned collections.
    Ex: However, there are weaknesses with the formal notations used up until now.
    Ex: Nevertheless, femininity has up till now always been the dominant trait of the alienation of women, and masculinity that of men.
    Ex: Till now the comfort of fans has been the last thing on the minds of many clubs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta ahora

  • 343 hasta cierto punto

    up to a certain point
    * * *
    = up to a point, to some degree, to some extent
    Ex. EJ Coates, former editor of the British Technology Index, has suggested a significance order of terms which helps us to determine the citation order in headings for compound subjects, at least up to a point.
    Ex. All successful managers are autocratic to some degree.
    Ex. To some extent, at least, any theory designed to study this process evolves from practice rather than vice versa.
    * * *
    = up to a point, to some degree, to some extent

    Ex: EJ Coates, former editor of the British Technology Index, has suggested a significance order of terms which helps us to determine the citation order in headings for compound subjects, at least up to a point.

    Ex: All successful managers are autocratic to some degree.
    Ex: To some extent, at least, any theory designed to study this process evolves from practice rather than vice versa.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta cierto punto

  • 344 hasta el final

    until the end
    * * *
    = until the end, until the bitter end
    Ex. Iran's president said yesterday his country would press on with its nuclear program ' until the end and would not be stopped by the West.
    Ex. The Liberals are refusing to give up the fight against forced mergers, and are vowing to keep the pressure on the government until the bitter end.
    * * *
    = until the end, until the bitter end

    Ex: Iran's president said yesterday his country would press on with its nuclear program ' until the end and would not be stopped by the West.

    Ex: The Liberals are refusing to give up the fight against forced mergers, and are vowing to keep the pressure on the government until the bitter end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta el final

  • 345 hasta hoy

    adv.
    as of today, at as today.
    * * *
    up till now
    * * *
    = to date, up to now, so far
    Ex. Two major projects in this area have been conducted to date.
    Ex. What is going to happen to those records that have been produced up to now under superimposition and therefore have headings that were created according to the ALA 1949 or even according to earlier codes?.
    Ex. The classification schemes that have been considered so far are general bibliographic classification schemes in that they attempt to encompass all of knowledge.
    * * *
    = to date, up to now, so far

    Ex: Two major projects in this area have been conducted to date.

    Ex: What is going to happen to those records that have been produced up to now under superimposition and therefore have headings that were created according to the ALA 1949 or even according to earlier codes?.
    Ex: The classification schemes that have been considered so far are general bibliographic classification schemes in that they attempt to encompass all of knowledge.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta hoy

  • 346 hasta la empuñadura

    up to the hilt
    * * *
    Ex. Motorists are under the cosh, feel taxed to the hilt and face record prices at the pumps.
    * * *

    Ex: Motorists are under the cosh, feel taxed to the hilt and face record prices at the pumps.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta la empuñadura

  • 347 hasta la fecha

    so far, until now
    * * *
    = to date, up to now, so far
    Ex. Two major projects in this area have been conducted to date.
    Ex. What is going to happen to those records that have been produced up to now under superimposition and therefore have headings that were created according to the ALA 1949 or even according to earlier codes?.
    Ex. The classification schemes that have been considered so far are general bibliographic classification schemes in that they attempt to encompass all of knowledge.
    * * *
    = to date, up to now, so far

    Ex: Two major projects in this area have been conducted to date.

    Ex: What is going to happen to those records that have been produced up to now under superimposition and therefore have headings that were created according to the ALA 1949 or even according to earlier codes?.
    Ex: The classification schemes that have been considered so far are general bibliographic classification schemes in that they attempt to encompass all of knowledge.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta la fecha

  • 348 hasta luego

    intj.
    so long, good-bye, by-by, good-by.
    * * *
    see you, see you later, so long
    * * *
    * * *
    = I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside
    Ex. ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.
    Ex. ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.
    * * *
    = I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside

    Ex: ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.

    Ex: ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta luego

  • 349 hasta nuevo aviso

    until further notice
    * * *
    Ex. I have been appointed Acting Secretary General until further notice.
    * * *

    Ex: I have been appointed Acting Secretary General until further notice.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta nuevo aviso

  • 350 hasta que no se demuestre lo contrario

    Ex. However, librarians are better served by presuming any given alternativa title is geared for adult audiences, until proven otherwise = No obstante, es aconsejable que los bibliotecarios asuman que cualquier título alternativo va dirigido a un público adulto, hasta que no se demuestre lo contrario.
    * * *

    Ex: However, librarians are better served by presuming any given alternativa title is geared for adult audiences, until proven otherwise = No obstante, es aconsejable que los bibliotecarios asuman que cualquier título alternativo va dirigido a un público adulto, hasta que no se demuestre lo contrario.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta que no se demuestre lo contrario

  • 351 la unión hace la fuerza

    there is strength in numbers
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. Nowhere is the principle of strength in numbers more apparent than in the collective power of microbes.
    * * *

    Ex: Nowhere is the principle of strength in numbers more apparent than in the collective power of microbes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > la unión hace la fuerza

  • 352 lleno hasta el borde

    brimful
    * * *
    Ex. Charles Dickens said that students were like 'little vessels... ready to have imperial gallons of facts poured into them until they were full to the brim'.
    * * *

    Ex: Charles Dickens said that students were like 'little vessels... ready to have imperial gallons of facts poured into them until they were full to the brim'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lleno hasta el borde

  • 353 perder hasta la camisa

    to lose one's shirt
    * * *
    to lose everything, lose the shirt off one's back
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + shirt
    Ex. Some have said, 'Don't sell your house at auction..you'll lose your shirt!'.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + Posesivo + shirt

    Ex: Some have said, 'Don't sell your house at auction..you'll lose your shirt!'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder hasta la camisa

  • 354 poco a poco

    slowly, gradually, bit by bit
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    * * *
    = gradually, piecemeal, slowly, incrementally, at a snail's pace, little by little, bit by bit
    Ex. The indexing changes gradually with time, as the natural language of the documents covered by the index evolves.
    Ex. The current practice of promotion and projection of public library services tends to be amateurish, piecemeal, unsustained and difficult to evaluate.
    Ex. However, lengthy and complex consultative committees can hinder revision, and make for a slowly changing scheme.
    Ex. These changes occurring incrementally reflected the growing complexity of chemical methodology.
    Ex. For our small academic center, we're trying to do something for free, and muddling along at a snail's pace.
    Ex. Little by little his heath improved and he was able to walk further and further each day.
    Ex. I love movies like that -- where slowly, gradually, bit by bit, all the characters realize that the villain was really disastrously mendacious and criminal.
    * * *
    = gradually, piecemeal, slowly, incrementally, at a snail's pace, little by little, bit by bit

    Ex: The indexing changes gradually with time, as the natural language of the documents covered by the index evolves.

    Ex: The current practice of promotion and projection of public library services tends to be amateurish, piecemeal, unsustained and difficult to evaluate.
    Ex: However, lengthy and complex consultative committees can hinder revision, and make for a slowly changing scheme.
    Ex: These changes occurring incrementally reflected the growing complexity of chemical methodology.
    Ex: For our small academic center, we're trying to do something for free, and muddling along at a snail's pace.
    Ex: Little by little his heath improved and he was able to walk further and further each day.
    Ex: I love movies like that -- where slowly, gradually, bit by bit, all the characters realize that the villain was really disastrously mendacious and criminal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco a poco

  • 355 poco después

    adv.
    shortly afterwards, a short time afterwards, a short time after, a while after.
    * * *
    shortly afterwards
    * * *
    = soon afterwards, shortly afterwards, shortly after, not long after
    Ex. Soon afterwards he got up and wanted to attack me again.
    Ex. Participants should be presenting resources that are already available when they make their presentations, or will be available shortly afterwards.
    Ex. The latest abridged edition, the eleventh, was published in 1979, shortly after DC19 on which it is based.
    Ex. Not long after Joshua returned, bright and cheery, and as hungry as a hunter after his long drive.
    * * *
    = soon afterwards, shortly afterwards, shortly after, not long after

    Ex: Soon afterwards he got up and wanted to attack me again.

    Ex: Participants should be presenting resources that are already available when they make their presentations, or will be available shortly afterwards.
    Ex: The latest abridged edition, the eleventh, was published in 1979, shortly after DC19 on which it is based.
    Ex: Not long after Joshua returned, bright and cheery, and as hungry as a hunter after his long drive.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco después

  • 356 poco después de

    shortly after
    * * *
    = soon after (that), shortly after
    Ex. Rapid electrical counting appeared soon after the physicists found it desirable to count cosmic rays.
    Ex. The latest abridged edition, the eleventh, was published in 1979, shortly after DC19 on which it is based.
    * * *
    = soon after (that), shortly after

    Ex: Rapid electrical counting appeared soon after the physicists found it desirable to count cosmic rays.

    Ex: The latest abridged edition, the eleventh, was published in 1979, shortly after DC19 on which it is based.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco después de

  • 357 poco flexible

    adj.
    1 not very flexible, unpliable.
    2 not very flexible, stubborn.
    * * *
    (adj.) = monolithic, inelastic
    Ex. Classical bookform and card catalogs are monolithic arrangements of entries, completely dehumanized in the sense that they cannot respond to individual persons as individuals.
    Ex. Problems include: high cost of paper and printing supplies; high capital investment required; small and inelastic markets; low literacy = Los problemas incluyen: alto coste del papel y del material de papelería, gran inversión de capital, mercados pequeños y poco flexibles y bajo nivel de alfabetización.
    * * *
    (adj.) = monolithic, inelastic

    Ex: Classical bookform and card catalogs are monolithic arrangements of entries, completely dehumanized in the sense that they cannot respond to individual persons as individuals.

    Ex: Problems include: high cost of paper and printing supplies; high capital investment required; small and inelastic markets; low literacy = Los problemas incluyen: alto coste del papel y del material de papelería, gran inversión de capital, mercados pequeños y poco flexibles y bajo nivel de alfabetización.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco flexible

  • 358 por si fuera poco

    as if that weren't enough, to top it all, on top of everything
    ————————
    to top it all, to make matters worse
    * * *
    = to boot, for good measure, to add insult to injury, to add salt to injury, to rub salt in the wound
    Ex. Such information will soon be replete with the requisite illustrations and, if need be, with sound explanations to boot.
    Ex. This is an interesting little town wholly populated by poseurs and backpackers with a few salty sea dogs thrown in for good measure.
    Ex. To add insult to injury, she came back from the cash-point without enough readies and had to make a return journey.
    Ex. To add salt to injury there is a pregnancy as a result of this abominable act.
    Ex. And then, to rub salt in the wound, Adobe had the nerves to sent me an automated email announcing that the issue was fixed.
    * * *
    = to boot, for good measure, to add insult to injury, to add salt to injury, to rub salt in the wound

    Ex: Such information will soon be replete with the requisite illustrations and, if need be, with sound explanations to boot.

    Ex: This is an interesting little town wholly populated by poseurs and backpackers with a few salty sea dogs thrown in for good measure.
    Ex: To add insult to injury, she came back from the cash-point without enough readies and had to make a return journey.
    Ex: To add salt to injury there is a pregnancy as a result of this abominable act.
    Ex: And then, to rub salt in the wound, Adobe had the nerves to sent me an automated email announcing that the issue was fixed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por si fuera poco

  • 359 quien mucho abarca poco aprieta

    Jack of all trades, master of none
    * * *
    * * *
    = bite off more than + Pronombre + can chew
    Ex. We should do our part, but we shouldn't bite off more than we can chew.
    * * *
    = bite off more than + Pronombre + can chew

    Ex: We should do our part, but we shouldn't bite off more than we can chew.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quien mucho abarca poco aprieta

  • 360 ser poco

    v.
    1 to be not much of a.
    2 to be not enough, to be too little.
    This amount is too little.. This water is too little=Esta agua es poca..
    3 to be not very.
    Es poco agradable It's not very nice.
    * * *
    Ex. Which is a more effective location is a question that can be explored, but we do need to avoid the situation faced by other in situations developed in past ages, like the Church of England, whose physical plant (the church buildings) is over-provided for the denuded rural areas and under-provided for the city.
    * * *

    Ex: Which is a more effective location is a question that can be explored, but we do need to avoid the situation faced by other in situations developed in past ages, like the Church of England, whose physical plant (the church buildings) is over-provided for the denuded rural areas and under-provided for the city.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser poco

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