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he missed

  • 1 echar mucho de menos

    (v.) = be sorely missed, be sadly missed
    Ex. He will be sorely missed by all those who knew him and we pass our condolences to those closest to him.
    Ex. Langer is a great loss to Australia and will be sadly missed.
    * * *
    (v.) = be sorely missed, be sadly missed

    Ex: He will be sorely missed by all those who knew him and we pass our condolences to those closest to him.

    Ex: Langer is a great loss to Australia and will be sadly missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > echar mucho de menos

  • 2 echar mucho en falta

    (v.) = be sorely missed, be sadly missed
    Ex. He will be sorely missed by all those who knew him and we pass our condolences to those closest to him.
    Ex. Langer is a great loss to Australia and will be sadly missed.
    * * *
    (v.) = be sorely missed, be sadly missed

    Ex: He will be sorely missed by all those who knew him and we pass our condolences to those closest to him.

    Ex: Langer is a great loss to Australia and will be sadly missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > echar mucho en falta

  • 3 echar muchísimo de menos

    (v.) = be sorely missed, be sadly missed
    Ex. He will be sorely missed by all those who knew him and we pass our condolences to those closest to him.
    Ex. Langer is a great loss to Australia and will be sadly missed.
    * * *
    (v.) = be sorely missed, be sadly missed

    Ex: He will be sorely missed by all those who knew him and we pass our condolences to those closest to him.

    Ex: Langer is a great loss to Australia and will be sadly missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > echar muchísimo de menos

  • 4 echar muchísimo en falta

    (v.) = be sorely missed, be sadly missed
    Ex. He will be sorely missed by all those who knew him and we pass our condolences to those closest to him.
    Ex. Langer is a great loss to Australia and will be sadly missed.
    * * *
    (v.) = be sorely missed, be sadly missed

    Ex: He will be sorely missed by all those who knew him and we pass our condolences to those closest to him.

    Ex: Langer is a great loss to Australia and will be sadly missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > echar muchísimo en falta

  • 5 chica liberal

    (n.) = flapper
    Ex. He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.
    * * *
    (n.) = flapper

    Ex: He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > chica liberal

  • 6 con añoranza

    = longingly, wistfully
    Ex. New structures do not simply appear, they emerge by keeping our eyes fixed upon the future rather than looking longingly over our shoulders at the past.
    Ex. He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.
    * * *
    = longingly, wistfully

    Ex: New structures do not simply appear, they emerge by keeping our eyes fixed upon the future rather than looking longingly over our shoulders at the past.

    Ex: He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con añoranza

  • 7 con melancolía

    Ex. He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.
    * * *

    Ex: He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con melancolía

  • 8 con nostalgia

    Ex. He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.
    * * *

    Ex: He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con nostalgia

  • 9 con tristeza

    Ex. He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.
    * * *

    Ex: He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con tristeza

  • 10 nostálgicamente

    adv.
    nostalgically.
    * * *
    = nostagicaly, wistfully.
    Ex. The reddishness we nostalgically associate with sepia as found in old photographs is actually the result of fading over time.
    Ex. He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.
    * * *
    = nostagicaly, wistfully.

    Ex: The reddishness we nostalgically associate with sepia as found in old photographs is actually the result of fading over time.

    Ex: He said that growing up during the depression he always looked back wistfully to the 1920s age of flappers as an era of freedom he had missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > nostálgicamente

  • 11 quedar peor

    v.
    1 to be worse off.
    La situación quedó peor The situation was worse.
    Ricardo quedó peor al hablar Richard was worse off when he talked.
    2 to be worse.
    La situación quedó peor The situation was worse.
    * * *
    = be a little worse prepared, be a little worse off
    Ex. Scouts will now be a little worse prepared after they were banned from carrying their traditional penknives due to the new law.
    Ex. The world is a little worse off than it was before as his talents, good cheer, metered insanity will be missed.
    * * *
    = be a little worse prepared, be a little worse off

    Ex: Scouts will now be a little worse prepared after they were banned from carrying their traditional penknives due to the new law.

    Ex: The world is a little worse off than it was before as his talents, good cheer, metered insanity will be missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quedar peor

  • 12 quedar un poco perjudicado

    = be a little worse prepared, be a little worse off
    Ex. Scouts will now be a little worse prepared after they were banned from carrying their traditional penknives due to the new law.
    Ex. The world is a little worse off than it was before as his talents, good cheer, metered insanity will be missed.
    * * *
    = be a little worse prepared, be a little worse off

    Ex: Scouts will now be a little worse prepared after they were banned from carrying their traditional penknives due to the new law.

    Ex: The world is a little worse off than it was before as his talents, good cheer, metered insanity will be missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quedar un poco perjudicado

  • 13 salir perdiendo

    v.
    to lose out.
    * * *
    to come off worse, lose out
    * * *
    = victimise [victimize, -USA], come off + worst, lose out, compare + unfavourably, lose + neck, be a little worse off
    Ex. In the name of collegiality, students are victimized, considerable intellectual resources are being squandered, and the general public is deliberately misled.
    Ex. The archive collection is part of the university library and when competing with the rest of the system for money always comes off worst.
    Ex. Libraries, in the crush to pay journal invoices, are losing out, as other services as well as staffing and pay all end up unfunded = Las bibliotecas, ante la presión de tener que pagar las facturas de las revistas, salen perdiendo ya que otros servicios así como el personal y los salarios terminanan todos con insuficientes fondos.
    Ex. Salaries of library professionals compare unfavourably with pay scales in the information industry.
    Ex. But commercial businesses do this all the time: somebody sticks a neck out, and gets promoted or loses neck depending on results.
    Ex. The world is a little worse off than it was before as his talents, good cheer, metered insanity will be missed.
    * * *
    = victimise [victimize, -USA], come off + worst, lose out, compare + unfavourably, lose + neck, be a little worse off

    Ex: In the name of collegiality, students are victimized, considerable intellectual resources are being squandered, and the general public is deliberately misled.

    Ex: The archive collection is part of the university library and when competing with the rest of the system for money always comes off worst.
    Ex: Libraries, in the crush to pay journal invoices, are losing out, as other services as well as staffing and pay all end up unfunded = Las bibliotecas, ante la presión de tener que pagar las facturas de las revistas, salen perdiendo ya que otros servicios así como el personal y los salarios terminanan todos con insuficientes fondos.
    Ex: Salaries of library professionals compare unfavourably with pay scales in the information industry.
    Ex: But commercial businesses do this all the time: somebody sticks a neck out, and gets promoted or loses neck depending on results.
    Ex: The world is a little worse off than it was before as his talents, good cheer, metered insanity will be missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir perdiendo

  • 14 salir un poco perjudicado

    = be a little worse prepared, be a little worse off
    Ex. Scouts will now be a little worse prepared after they were banned from carrying their traditional penknives due to the new law.
    Ex. The world is a little worse off than it was before as his talents, good cheer, metered insanity will be missed.
    * * *
    = be a little worse prepared, be a little worse off

    Ex: Scouts will now be a little worse prepared after they were banned from carrying their traditional penknives due to the new law.

    Ex: The world is a little worse off than it was before as his talents, good cheer, metered insanity will be missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir un poco perjudicado

  • 15 una gran pérdida

    Ex. Langer is a great loss to Australia and will be sadly missed.
    * * *

    Ex: Langer is a great loss to Australia and will be sadly missed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > una gran pérdida

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