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  • 341 la mayoría de la gente

    = most people, the majority of the people
    Ex. Most people want -- and need -- an idealized father figure as a leader.
    Ex. Mali is a country with a strong oral tradition and consequently books are marginal to the majority of the people.
    * * *
    = most people, the majority of the people

    Ex: Most people want -- and need -- an idealized father figure as a leader.

    Ex: Mali is a country with a strong oral tradition and consequently books are marginal to the majority of the people.

    Spanish-English dictionary > la mayoría de la gente

  • 342 lenguaje ordinario

    Ex. Overt abuse definitions included put-downs, criticism, foul language, explosive anger, and neglect.
    * * *

    Ex: Overt abuse definitions included put-downs, criticism, foul language, explosive anger, and neglect.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lenguaje ordinario

  • 343 local donde la gente va en sus ratos libres

    Ex. These centres may also offer informal ' drop-in' facilities in the form of cafes, bookshops or community libraries.
    * * *

    Ex: These centres may also offer informal ' drop-in' facilities in the form of cafes, bookshops or community libraries.

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  • 344 los menos locuaces

    = inarticulate, the
    Ex. NACs see their role as champions of the inarticulate by either taking up their case or providing groups with the information weaponry to campaign for their rights.
    * * *
    = inarticulate, the

    Ex: NACs see their role as champions of the inarticulate by either taking up their case or providing groups with the information weaponry to campaign for their rights.

    Spanish-English dictionary > los menos locuaces

  • 345 marea de gente

    (n.) = foot traffic, maddening crowd
    Ex. Hidden among the shops (and foot traffic) of Reid Street, this new product requires sleuthlike skills to find.
    Ex. Traffic in the morning, trash at the end of the day, and a chaos of people trying to navigate the maddening crowd in between.
    * * *
    (n.) = foot traffic, maddening crowd

    Ex: Hidden among the shops (and foot traffic) of Reid Street, this new product requires sleuthlike skills to find.

    Ex: Traffic in the morning, trash at the end of the day, and a chaos of people trying to navigate the maddening crowd in between.

    Spanish-English dictionary > marea de gente

  • 346 masa de gente

    (n.) = throng
    Ex. IFLA-goers joined throngs of Brits to watch the military tattoo as kilted bagpipers and military units from around the world displayed their musical and marching skills.
    * * *
    (n.) = throng

    Ex: IFLA-goers joined throngs of Brits to watch the military tattoo as kilted bagpipers and military units from around the world displayed their musical and marching skills.

    Spanish-English dictionary > masa de gente

  • 347 menos ... que ...

    = less... than...
    Ex. So, syntactic relationships do arise in documents, but are less permanent than semantic relationships.
    * * *
    = less... than...

    Ex: So, syntactic relationships do arise in documents, but are less permanent than semantic relationships.

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  • 348 menos aún

    Ex. Developments in this area are proceeding at such a pace it is impossible to foresee total needs for next year let alone for the life of the building.
    * * *

    Ex: Developments in this area are proceeding at such a pace it is impossible to foresee total needs for next year let alone for the life of the building.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos aún

  • 349 menos blandeces y más mano dura

    = less of the carrot, more of the stick, less of the carrot, more of the stick
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Information provision: less of the carrot, more of the stick'.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Information provision: less of the carrot, more of the stick'.
    * * *
    = less of the carrot, more of the stick, less of the carrot, more of the stick

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Information provision: less of the carrot, more of the stick'.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Information provision: less of the carrot, more of the stick'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos blandeces y más mano dura

  • 350 menos conocido

    adj.
    lesser-known, less known.
    * * *
    Ex. The library possesses large quantities of the works of lesser known authors from all over Europe who were writing in the mid-nineteenth century.
    * * *

    Ex: The library possesses large quantities of the works of lesser known authors from all over Europe who were writing in the mid-nineteenth century.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos conocido

  • 351 menos cultos, los

    (n.) = less literate, the
    Ex. Hence, there is a need for organizations who can interpret the fine points of officialese and present them in a form the less literate can understand.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos cultos, los

  • 352 menos de + Cantidad

    = under + Cantidad, less than + Cantidad
    Ex. The cheapest of these machines costs under $100 and they can be bought in stores, supermarkets and by mail-order.
    Ex. Microcomputers with Winchester disks are now widely available for less than $5000.
    * * *
    = under + Cantidad, less than + Cantidad

    Ex: The cheapest of these machines costs under $100 and they can be bought in stores, supermarkets and by mail-order.

    Ex: Microcomputers with Winchester disks are now widely available for less than $5000.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos de + Cantidad

  • 353 menos de + Edad

    = on the right side of + Edad
    Ex. On the contrary, those who are on the right side of forty know what their juniors do not, namely that life really does begin at forty!.
    * * *
    = on the right side of + Edad

    Ex: On the contrary, those who are on the right side of forty know what their juniors do not, namely that life really does begin at forty!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos de + Edad

  • 354 menos desarrollado

    adj.
    less-developed.
    * * *
    (adj.) = less developed [less-developed]
    Ex. One of the challenges facing most less developed countries is that of raising the health conditions of their populations, particularly that of rural communities.
    * * *
    (adj.) = less developed [less-developed]

    Ex: One of the challenges facing most less developed countries is that of raising the health conditions of their populations, particularly that of rural communities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos desarrollado

  • 355 menos en

    Ex. Metcalfe has received little attention outside his adopted country, Australia, and can be considered to be a prophet without honour save in his own country.
    * * *

    Ex: Metcalfe has received little attention outside his adopted country, Australia, and can be considered to be a prophet without honour save in his own country.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos en

  • 356 menos en el caso de que

    Ex. There is therefore no justification for repeating the author's name except when the name in the heading differs significantly from that following the title.
    * * *

    Ex: There is therefore no justification for repeating the author's name except when the name in the heading differs significantly from that following the title.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos en el caso de que

  • 357 menos favorecido

    (adj.) = less-advantaged, less favoured [less favored]
    Ex. Indeed, one reason for the reluctance of librarians to donate weeded materials to less-advantaged groups may be that such donations raise the thorny question of intrinsic worth.
    Ex. Even with these problems Fiji has a functioning medical library service; other areas in the Pacific are much less favoured.
    * * *
    (adj.) = less-advantaged, less favoured [less favored]

    Ex: Indeed, one reason for the reluctance of librarians to donate weeded materials to less-advantaged groups may be that such donations raise the thorny question of intrinsic worth.

    Ex: Even with these problems Fiji has a functioning medical library service; other areas in the Pacific are much less favoured.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos favorecido

  • 358 menos hecho

    (adj.) = rarer
    Ex. 'Hey, I'm tired of this soapbox! how's your hamburger?' -- - 'Pretty good, although I tend to like mine rarer'.
    * * *
    (adj.) = rarer

    Ex: 'Hey, I'm tired of this soapbox! how's your hamburger?' -- - 'Pretty good, although I tend to like mine rarer'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos hecho

  • 359 menos importante, el

    (adj.) = least, the
    Ex. They have many advantages, not the least of which is their low per copy cost.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos importante, el

  • 360 menos probable

    (adj.) = least likely, less likely
    Ex. That is to say, class numbers were used in the first place to screen out parts of the data base which seemed least likely to contain relevant items.
    Ex. The same is not true, of course, of the humanities or social sciences, where the method is less likely to be successful.
    * * *
    (adj.) = least likely, less likely

    Ex: That is to say, class numbers were used in the first place to screen out parts of the data base which seemed least likely to contain relevant items.

    Ex: The same is not true, of course, of the humanities or social sciences, where the method is less likely to be successful.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menos probable

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