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  • 581 de especial importancia

    Ex. Of particular note is his classic monograph 'Prejudices and Antipathies', published by Scarecrow Press, a critique of LC entry and subject heading practices.
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    Ex: Of particular note is his classic monograph 'Prejudices and Antipathies', published by Scarecrow Press, a critique of LC entry and subject heading practices.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de especial importancia

  • 582 de este modo

    = accordingly, by so doing, by this means, in so doing, in this fashion, in this manner, thereby, this way, thus, this way round, in this way, by doing so, in these ways, this is how, in doing so
    Ex. If the edition of the work is emphasised, then the work is entered accordingly as an edition of the original work.
    Ex. By so doing the public library might well take upon itself a distinctive role in the community's pattern of communication.
    Ex. By this means they both facilitate the searching for, and retrieval of, a document.
    Ex. The next step is individual planning, which each library must do, and in so doing, it must provide the services that represent the goals of that library.
    Ex. In fact, all he is doing by forming the exercise in this fashion is to teach a misuse, not to say a misunderstanding, of language.
    Ex. When paying fines in this manner, it is not possible to specify the order of payment of the fines.
    Ex. To help eliminate false drops, and thereby improve precision, certain devices can be employed at the indexing stage.
    Ex. This way the type of fund is immediately obvious from the list of funds.
    Ex. Truuskee Sanders, NBLC organiser for the Children's Panel, feels that the press attach too great importance to the books thus selected.
    Ex. On balance, it is more useful to have things this way round.
    Ex. In this way, the need for a strong central organization is reduced, though it still exists = De este modo, se reduce la necesidad de una organización central fuerte, aunque ésta aún siga existiendo.
    Ex. By doing so, librarians find hot spots on the Web that contain information germane to a user's query.
    Ex. Only in these ways can a bibliographic compiling agency hope to create a reasonably complete current bibliography.
    Ex. This is how the world ends, not with a bang, but with a whimper.
    Ex. The task of a modern information system is to describe such unformatted data automatically and in doing so, to support the user in storing and especially in retrieving natural language documents.
    * * *
    = accordingly, by so doing, by this means, in so doing, in this fashion, in this manner, thereby, this way, thus, this way round, in this way, by doing so, in these ways, this is how, in doing so

    Ex: If the edition of the work is emphasised, then the work is entered accordingly as an edition of the original work.

    Ex: By so doing the public library might well take upon itself a distinctive role in the community's pattern of communication.
    Ex: By this means they both facilitate the searching for, and retrieval of, a document.
    Ex: The next step is individual planning, which each library must do, and in so doing, it must provide the services that represent the goals of that library.
    Ex: In fact, all he is doing by forming the exercise in this fashion is to teach a misuse, not to say a misunderstanding, of language.
    Ex: When paying fines in this manner, it is not possible to specify the order of payment of the fines.
    Ex: To help eliminate false drops, and thereby improve precision, certain devices can be employed at the indexing stage.
    Ex: This way the type of fund is immediately obvious from the list of funds.
    Ex: Truuskee Sanders, NBLC organiser for the Children's Panel, feels that the press attach too great importance to the books thus selected.
    Ex: On balance, it is more useful to have things this way round.
    Ex: In this way, the need for a strong central organization is reduced, though it still exists = De este modo, se reduce la necesidad de una organización central fuerte, aunque ésta aún siga existiendo.
    Ex: By doing so, librarians find hot spots on the Web that contain information germane to a user's query.
    Ex: Only in these ways can a bibliographic compiling agency hope to create a reasonably complete current bibliography.
    Ex: This is how the world ends, not with a bang, but with a whimper.
    Ex: The task of a modern information system is to describe such unformatted data automatically and in doing so, to support the user in storing and especially in retrieving natural language documents.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de este modo

  • 583 de fuera

    (adj.) = outside, off-side
    Ex. A facility which extends beyond library housekeeping permits the viewing of outside data bases.
    Ex. The near-side press point was placed further in towards the middle of the tympan (and of the sheet) than the off-side point.
    * * *
    (adj.) = outside, off-side

    Ex: A facility which extends beyond library housekeeping permits the viewing of outside data bases.

    Ex: The near-side press point was placed further in towards the middle of the tympan (and of the sheet) than the off-side point.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de fuera

  • 584 de gestión

    (adj.) = managerial, back-office
    Ex. The course had concentrated on executive decision making, with a side excursion into the study and findings of Henry Mintzberg as reported in his book, 'The Nature of managerial Work'.
    Ex. As an organization, MCN has always championed back-office, mission-critical, 'heavy lifting' aspects of museum technologies.
    * * *
    (adj.) = managerial, back-office

    Ex: The course had concentrated on executive decision making, with a side excursion into the study and findings of Henry Mintzberg as reported in his book, 'The Nature of managerial Work'.

    Ex: As an organization, MCN has always championed back-office, mission-critical, 'heavy lifting' aspects of museum technologies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de gestión

  • 585 de la otra forma

    Ex. In France and Germany it was usual to lay 4 formes on the press the other way round.
    * * *

    Ex: In France and Germany it was usual to lay 4 formes on the press the other way round.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de la otra forma

  • 586 de la otra manera

    Ex. In France and Germany it was usual to lay 4 formes on the press the other way round.
    * * *

    Ex: In France and Germany it was usual to lay 4 formes on the press the other way round.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de la otra manera

  • 587 de lo contrario

    otherwise
    * * *
    = if not, otherwise
    Ex. If not, press the CTRL (Control) and Scroll Lock (Break) keys simultaneously to discontinue the search.
    Ex. Initials, even when used consistently, are never to be employed as headings; when they are used consistently, the name for which the initials stand must be chosen (if it can be discovered), otherwise entry must be made under title.
    * * *
    = if not, otherwise

    Ex: If not, press the CTRL (Control) and Scroll Lock (Break) keys simultaneously to discontinue the search.

    Ex: Initials, even when used consistently, are never to be employed as headings; when they are used consistently, the name for which the initials stand must be chosen (if it can be discovered), otherwise entry must be made under title.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de lo contrario

  • 588 de lo peor

    = at + Posesivo + very worst, at + Posesivo + worst
    Ex. At its very worst writing for a market can be pure 'hack' writing for money only, but in the world of books such an over-simplification can be misleading.
    Ex. This is 'scientific journalism' at its worst, but its standards are not wholly different from those of the mainline press.
    * * *
    = at + Posesivo + very worst, at + Posesivo + worst

    Ex: At its very worst writing for a market can be pure 'hack' writing for money only, but in the world of books such an over-simplification can be misleading.

    Ex: This is 'scientific journalism' at its worst, but its standards are not wholly different from those of the mainline press.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de lo peor

  • 589 de millones de + Moneda

    = multimillion + Moneda
    Ex. UK Civil Service unions fear they will lose 265 members' jobs in the Patent Office following a multimillion pound automation project.
    * * *
    = multimillion + Moneda

    Ex: UK Civil Service unions fear they will lose 265 members' jobs in the Patent Office following a multimillion pound automation project.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de millones de + Moneda

  • 590 de modo censurable

    Ex. Other wrongdoers in public office have reprehensibly blamed the legal system or tampered with incriminating evidence.
    * * *

    Ex: Other wrongdoers in public office have reprehensibly blamed the legal system or tampered with incriminating evidence.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo censurable

  • 591 de modo ininterrumpido

    Ex. The office of Governor General is the oldest institution in Canada's public life, going back in an unbroken line to Samuel de Champlain.
    * * *

    Ex: The office of Governor General is the oldest institution in Canada's public life, going back in an unbroken line to Samuel de Champlain.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de modo ininterrumpido

  • 592 de monta

    (adj.) = heavy lifting
    Ex. As an organization, MCN has always championed back-office, mission-critical, ' heavy lifting' aspects of museum technologies.
    * * *
    (adj.) = heavy lifting

    Ex: As an organization, MCN has always championed back-office, mission-critical, ' heavy lifting' aspects of museum technologies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de monta

  • 593 de parte de

    on behalf of, from
    * * *
    = on behalf of [in behalf of; on + Nombre + behalf], in + Nombre + behalf [in/on behalf of]
    Ex. The searcher is an information worker trying to extract documents or information on behalf of someone else.
    Ex. So I feel, in Mr. Kilgour's behalf, that everybody should understand that OCLC is a bunch of individuals.
    * * *
    = on behalf of [in behalf of; on + Nombre + behalf], in + Nombre + behalf [in/on behalf of]

    Ex: The searcher is an information worker trying to extract documents or information on behalf of someone else.

    Ex: So I feel, in Mr. Kilgour's behalf, that everybody should understand that OCLC is a bunch of individuals.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de parte de

  • 594 de patentes

    (adj.) = patenting
    Ex. This article examines the evolution of patenting practice in the European Patent Office in respect of breadth of claims in the field of biotechnological inventions.
    * * *
    (adj.) = patenting

    Ex: This article examines the evolution of patenting practice in the European Patent Office in respect of breadth of claims in the field of biotechnological inventions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de patentes

  • 595 de prueba

    = on a trial basis, trial, probationary, on trial
    Ex. The Pennsylvania State University's Library is currently using Academic Indiz on Info Trac 2 on a trial basis.
    Ex. They also set up a trial information service in a nearby community house in order to gain some experience in running this kind of service.
    Ex. While all the respondents were particularly in favor of a religious marriage as a means to reinforce parental ties for offspring, they also favored a probationary prenuptial cohabitation period.
    Ex. In applications, in the office, in manufacturing industries, in commerce, the new technology is on trial.
    * * *
    = on a trial basis, trial, probationary, on trial

    Ex: The Pennsylvania State University's Library is currently using Academic Indiz on Info Trac 2 on a trial basis.

    Ex: They also set up a trial information service in a nearby community house in order to gain some experience in running this kind of service.
    Ex: While all the respondents were particularly in favor of a religious marriage as a means to reinforce parental ties for offspring, they also favored a probationary prenuptial cohabitation period.
    Ex: In applications, in the office, in manufacturing industries, in commerce, the new technology is on trial.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de prueba

  • 596 de puertas adentro

    in private
    * * *
    behind closed doors, in private
    * * *
    (adj.) = back-office
    Ex. As an organization, MCN has always championed back-office, mission-critical, 'heavy lifting' aspects of museum technologies.
    * * *
    (adj.) = back-office

    Ex: As an organization, MCN has always championed back-office, mission-critical, 'heavy lifting' aspects of museum technologies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de puertas adentro

  • 597 de tamaño estándar

    (adj.) = standard-sized, full-sized
    Ex. If you try to put small boxes of microfilm next to even standard-sized books, there will be problems with books wobbling back and forth which has a detrimental effect on the construction of the book.
    Ex. The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.
    * * *
    (adj.) = standard-sized, full-sized

    Ex: If you try to put small boxes of microfilm next to even standard-sized books, there will be problems with books wobbling back and forth which has a detrimental effect on the construction of the book.

    Ex: The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de tamaño estándar

  • 598 de tamaño normal

    (adj.) = full-sized, normal-sized, ordinary sized
    Ex. The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.
    Ex. The reference books are normally left separate from the lending stock and the oversize books may be shelved separately from the normal-sized stock.
    Ex. However, even as late as 1939, male industrial workers, skilled and unskilled, made up only 5% of the library cardholders in an ordinary sized town.
    * * *
    (adj.) = full-sized, normal-sized, ordinary sized

    Ex: The platen jobber was a simple machine for dealing with the minor jobs such as billheads and cards for which the hand-press was too slow and the full-sized printing machine too large to be economic.

    Ex: The reference books are normally left separate from the lending stock and the oversize books may be shelved separately from the normal-sized stock.
    Ex: However, even as late as 1939, male industrial workers, skilled and unskilled, made up only 5% of the library cardholders in an ordinary sized town.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de tamaño normal

  • 599 de tono + Adjetivo

    = Adjetivo + in tone
    Ex. At first, paper made from bleached stock was not so handsome as the unbleached papers of the hand-press period had been -- apart from any foxing, it tended to be greyish in tone.
    * * *
    = Adjetivo + in tone

    Ex: At first, paper made from bleached stock was not so handsome as the unbleached papers of the hand-press period had been -- apart from any foxing, it tended to be greyish in tone.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de tono + Adjetivo

  • 600 de un golpe

    all at once, in one go
    * * *
    = at one blow, at one whack, at one pull, in one shot, in one lump, in one action, in one go, in one fell swoop, at one fell swoop
    Ex. This approach eliminates, at one blow, both the problems which exercise the designer of a pre-co-ordinate index, that is citation order and reference structure.
    Ex. I am involved with systematic reviews which routinely result in 4,000+ citations at one whack.
    Ex. In this way the whole forme was printed at one pull.
    Ex. Then in one second ten programs could work consecutively, and it will look like the computer is doing all ten in one shot.
    Ex. LCSH revision is continuous, and may be quite large scale, though this is less obvious because it does not take place in one lump every few years.
    Ex. To remove the borrower from all routing lists in one action, enter the code for delete.
    Ex. He jumped in with both feet, opening five stores in one go and declaring his intention to open 30 more within five years.
    Ex. He fired them all, in one fell swoop when he took office as do most all Presidents.
    Ex. Life on board ship is not easy for anyone, least of all for a small child, who is deprived of nursery and toys at one fell swoop.
    * * *
    = at one blow, at one whack, at one pull, in one shot, in one lump, in one action, in one go, in one fell swoop, at one fell swoop

    Ex: This approach eliminates, at one blow, both the problems which exercise the designer of a pre-co-ordinate index, that is citation order and reference structure.

    Ex: I am involved with systematic reviews which routinely result in 4,000+ citations at one whack.
    Ex: In this way the whole forme was printed at one pull.
    Ex: Then in one second ten programs could work consecutively, and it will look like the computer is doing all ten in one shot.
    Ex: LCSH revision is continuous, and may be quite large scale, though this is less obvious because it does not take place in one lump every few years.
    Ex: To remove the borrower from all routing lists in one action, enter the code for delete.
    Ex: He jumped in with both feet, opening five stores in one go and declaring his intention to open 30 more within five years.
    Ex: He fired them all, in one fell swoop when he took office as do most all Presidents.
    Ex: Life on board ship is not easy for anyone, least of all for a small child, who is deprived of nursery and toys at one fell swoop.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un golpe

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