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  • 721 hasta la rodilla

    (adj.) = knee deep, knee-high
    Ex. The article 'Acid rain information: knee deep and rising' briefly describes the dramatic growth in acid rain literature which has occurred in the past 5 years.
    Ex. Knee-high boots are not only flattering and hip, they're also practical, keeping your legs warm on cold days.
    * * *
    (adj.) = knee deep, knee-high

    Ex: The article 'Acid rain information: knee deep and rising' briefly describes the dramatic growth in acid rain literature which has occurred in the past 5 years.

    Ex: Knee-high boots are not only flattering and hip, they're also practical, keeping your legs warm on cold days.

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  • 722 hasta la saciedad

    Ex. At least there seems to be a tacit acknowledgment that the various denominations have something in common, though the nature of the common core is debated ad nauseam.
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    Ex: At least there seems to be a tacit acknowledgment that the various denominations have something in common, though the nature of the common core is debated ad nauseam.

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  • 723 hasta los codos

    = up to + Posesivo + armpits, up to + Posesivo + elbows
    Ex. However, those who have tasted the succulent meat of this type of clam are more than willing to dig up to their armpits in the intertidal muck to capture such delicious quarry.
    Ex. It is a chance for youngsters to get up to their elbows in flour while learning about cookery.
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    = up to + Posesivo + armpits, up to + Posesivo + elbows

    Ex: However, those who have tasted the succulent meat of this type of clam are more than willing to dig up to their armpits in the intertidal muck to capture such delicious quarry.

    Ex: It is a chance for youngsters to get up to their elbows in flour while learning about cookery.

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  • 724 hasta los hombros

    = shoulder-high, shoulder-length
    Ex. In some places the floodwater was shoulder-high and travellers had to literally swim across.
    Ex. Her shoulder-length hair was pushed back and held with a tie.
    * * *
    = shoulder-high, shoulder-length

    Ex: In some places the floodwater was shoulder-high and travellers had to literally swim across.

    Ex: Her shoulder-length hair was pushed back and held with a tie.

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  • 725 hasta los tobillos

    (adj.) = ankle deep
    Ex. If the ice hidden just below the Martian surface were to melt, it would create a planet-wide sea ankle-deep, scientists have said.
    * * *
    (adj.) = ankle deep

    Ex: If the ice hidden just below the Martian surface were to melt, it would create a planet-wide sea ankle-deep, scientists have said.

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  • 726 hasta los topes

    (v.) = packed to capacity, bursting at the seams, choc-a-block, chock-full, overloaded, packed to the rafters
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex. The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex. Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex. He dismissed the image of overloaded libraries collapsing under the weight of a surfeit of paper as 'mythology'.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
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    (v.) = packed to capacity, bursting at the seams, choc-a-block, chock-full, overloaded, packed to the rafters

    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.

    Ex: The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex: The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex: Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex: He dismissed the image of overloaded libraries collapsing under the weight of a surfeit of paper as 'mythology'.
    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

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  • 727 hasta los topes de

    (adj.) = bursting with, jam-packed (with), filled to capacity
    Ex. It is a great pleasure to welcome you to a country bursting with pride and energy.
    Ex. This week is looking to be quite a jam packed, event-filled, extravaganza!.
    Ex. If a class is filled to capacity, please contact the secretary and ask to be put on a waiting list.
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    (adj.) = bursting with, jam-packed (with), filled to capacity

    Ex: It is a great pleasure to welcome you to a country bursting with pride and energy.

    Ex: This week is looking to be quite a jam packed, event-filled, extravaganza!.
    Ex: If a class is filled to capacity, please contact the secretary and ask to be put on a waiting list.

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  • 728 hasta mañana

    adv.
    till tomorrow, till next day, till the next day.
    intj.
    see you tomorrow, so long, till tomorrow, until tomorrow.
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    = 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.

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  • 729 hasta pasar a una nueva situación

    Ex. These payments cover the following: tide-over allowances for workers, including redundancy payments, resettlement allowances, and vocational training for those having to change their employment.
    * * *

    Ex: These payments cover the following: tide-over allowances for workers, including redundancy payments, resettlement allowances, and vocational training for those having to change their employment.

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  • 730 hasta pronto

    intj.
    see you later, by-by, good-by, good-bye.
    * * *
    = bye for now, I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside
    Ex. ' Bye for now,' he said with a smile.
    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.
    * * *
    = bye for now, I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside

    Ex: ' Bye for now,' he said with a smile.

    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.

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  • 731 hasta qué punto

    = how far, the extent to which, to what extent
    Ex. The Dainton Report takes up the old cry: The UGC report on libraries has shown how far the incompleteness of the NCL's union catalogues has contributed to the overall delays in its services.
    Ex. Quite obviously, however, everything rests in the end on the extent to which people grow up to be avid, thoughtful readers.
    Ex. Clearly an index must permit access to a document by its central theme, but, to what extent should access be provided to secondary or subsidiary topics considered within a document?.
    * * *
    = how far, the extent to which, to what extent

    Ex: The Dainton Report takes up the old cry: The UGC report on libraries has shown how far the incompleteness of the NCL's union catalogues has contributed to the overall delays in its services.

    Ex: Quite obviously, however, everything rests in the end on the extent to which people grow up to be avid, thoughtful readers.
    Ex: Clearly an index must permit access to a document by its central theme, but, to what extent should access be provided to secondary or subsidiary topics considered within a document?.

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  • 732 hasta tal grado que

    Ex. The number of circuits which can be stored on a single chip has increased rapidly over the last few years, so much so that there are now a number of degrees of integration.
    * * *

    Ex: The number of circuits which can be stored on a single chip has increased rapidly over the last few years, so much so that there are now a number of degrees of integration.

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  • 733 hasta tal punto + Adjetivo

    = such a + Nombre
    Ex. Slake is such a dreamer that he bumps into lampposts.
    * * *
    = such a + Nombre

    Ex: Slake is such a dreamer that he bumps into lampposts.

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  • 734 hasta tal punto que

    Ex. Mearns, too, has warned against 'profligate expenditure of time and effort when the reference librarian's own curiosity is fired to a point where he feels himself impelled to seek personal satisfaction'.
    * * *

    Ex: Mearns, too, has warned against 'profligate expenditure of time and effort when the reference librarian's own curiosity is fired to a point where he feels himself impelled to seek personal satisfaction'.

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  • 735 hasta un máximo de + Número

    = up to + Número
    Ex. The MARC format includes up to sixty-one data elements, of which twenty-five are directly searchable.
    * * *
    = up to + Número

    Ex: The MARC format includes up to sixty-one data elements, of which twenty-five are directly searchable.

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  • 736 hasta un punto limitado

    Ex. The notation from the Tables provides systematic mnemonics to a limited extent, since the same notation is used for a concept whichever main class numbers it qualifies.
    * * *

    Ex: The notation from the Tables provides systematic mnemonics to a limited extent, since the same notation is used for a concept whichever main class numbers it qualifies.

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  • 737 hasta última hora

    Ex. The idea of waiting until the last minute to develop training for a system is good evidence that the system, particularly the user interface, was not thought out very well in the first place.
    * * *

    Ex: The idea of waiting until the last minute to develop training for a system is good evidence that the system, particularly the user interface, was not thought out very well in the first place.

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  • 738 helado hasta la médula de los huesos

    = frozen to the bone, frozen to the marrow (of the bones), chilled to the bone, chilled to the marrow (of the bones)
    Ex. I will never forget the biting cold on our cheeks; our feet and hands frozen to the bone.
    Ex. Finally, when the two workers, frozen to the marrow, emerged from beneath the water, they were stunned to hear the spectators burst into side-splitting laughter.
    Ex. The immediate effect on Dudley was obvious: he was throwing up and chilled to the bone.
    Ex. And the rest of us, more robust, kept struggling on, chilled to the marrow, advancing by a kind of inertia through the night, through the snow.
    * * *
    = frozen to the bone, frozen to the marrow (of the bones), chilled to the bone, chilled to the marrow (of the bones)

    Ex: I will never forget the biting cold on our cheeks; our feet and hands frozen to the bone.

    Ex: Finally, when the two workers, frozen to the marrow, emerged from beneath the water, they were stunned to hear the spectators burst into side-splitting laughter.
    Ex: The immediate effect on Dudley was obvious: he was throwing up and chilled to the bone.
    Ex: And the rest of us, more robust, kept struggling on, chilled to the marrow, advancing by a kind of inertia through the night, through the snow.

    Spanish-English dictionary > helado hasta la médula de los huesos

  • 739 horas de poco movimiento

    Ex. Some libraries will accept questions only during slack hours and have arranged to have an answering device explain that telephone service is not available at that particular time.
    * * *

    Ex: Some libraries will accept questions only during slack hours and have arranged to have an answering device explain that telephone service is not available at that particular time.

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  • 740 inocente hasta que se demuestre lo contrario

    Ex. Jones's conviction that Cinque could not have been a slave trader is based primarily on the lack of evidence to the contrary and on the presumption that Cinque is innocent until proven guilty.
    * * *

    Ex: Jones's conviction that Cinque could not have been a slave trader is based primarily on the lack of evidence to the contrary and on the presumption that Cinque is innocent until proven guilty.

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