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  • 361 aceptar el cambio

    (v.) = embrace + change
    Ex. Some staff are 'change junkies' and others are less able to embrace change.
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    (v.) = embrace + change

    Ex: Some staff are 'change junkies' and others are less able to embrace change.

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  • 362 aceptar un cambio

    (v.) = accommodate + change
    Ex. This paper discusses the development of classification schemes and their ability to adapt to and accommodate changes in the information world in order to survive.
    * * *
    (v.) = accommodate + change

    Ex: This paper discusses the development of classification schemes and their ability to adapt to and accommodate changes in the information world in order to survive.

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  • 363 adaptarse al cambio

    (v.) = accommodate to + change, adapt to + change
    Ex. Nevertheless, each library will have to consider whether it will continue to accommodate to changes in the same way that it has in the past.
    Ex. Adapting to change -- and staying on top of the changes -- is a huge key to success in industry.
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    (v.) = accommodate to + change, adapt to + change

    Ex: Nevertheless, each library will have to consider whether it will continue to accommodate to changes in the same way that it has in the past.

    Ex: Adapting to change -- and staying on top of the changes -- is a huge key to success in industry.

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  • 364 adoptar un cambio

    (v.) = adopt + change, accommodate + change
    Ex. Libraries in effect will need to unfreeze themselves to adopt change, then re-freeze around the new structure to exploit and secure the advances.
    Ex. This paper discusses the development of classification schemes and their ability to adapt to and accommodate changes in the information world in order to survive.
    * * *
    (v.) = adopt + change, accommodate + change

    Ex: Libraries in effect will need to unfreeze themselves to adopt change, then re-freeze around the new structure to exploit and secure the advances.

    Ex: This paper discusses the development of classification schemes and their ability to adapt to and accommodate changes in the information world in order to survive.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adoptar un cambio

  • 365 agente de cambio

    (n.) = agent of(for) change, force for change, force of change
    Ex. Geoffrey Burke urged librarians to see themselves as agents of change by promoting multicultural attitudes.
    Ex. Until very recently, fishing communities have sustained themselves through their reliance upon the sea, in the context of cultures that have resisted outside forces of change.
    Ex. The author explores the powerful forces of change which encourage a transition from a print to an electronic environment.
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    (n.) = agent of(for) change, force for change, force of change

    Ex: Geoffrey Burke urged librarians to see themselves as agents of change by promoting multicultural attitudes.

    Ex: Until very recently, fishing communities have sustained themselves through their reliance upon the sea, in the context of cultures that have resisted outside forces of change.
    Ex: The author explores the powerful forces of change which encourage a transition from a print to an electronic environment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agente de cambio

  • 366 agente del cambio

    (n.) = change agent
    Ex. One of the most significant change agents that will pervade all other trends is the establishment and regular use of high-speed, fiber optic communication highways.
    * * *

    Ex: One of the most significant change agents that will pervade all other trends is the establishment and regular use of high-speed, fiber optic communication highways.

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  • 367 aires de cambio

    (n.) = wind(s) of change, the, seas of change, the
    Ex. The author of the article 'Exciting times - another view of how the LA responded to the wind of change' was President of the Library Association in 1962.
    Ex. The article ' The seas of change: new sources for company information' briefly describes two new company information data bases.
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    (n.) = wind(s) of change, the, seas of change, the

    Ex: The author of the article 'Exciting times - another view of how the LA responded to the wind of change' was President of the Library Association in 1962.

    Ex: The article ' The seas of change: new sources for company information' briefly describes two new company information data bases.

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  • 368 arrear Personas como si fueran ganado

    (v.) = herd
    Ex. The victims had been herded onto a wooden landing craft by the captain of a Honduras-registered ship who then proceeded, by accident or design, to ram the craft, killing the majority of people aboard.
    * * *
    (v.) = herd

    Ex: The victims had been herded onto a wooden landing craft by the captain of a Honduras-registered ship who then proceeded, by accident or design, to ram the craft, killing the majority of people aboard.

    Spanish-English dictionary > arrear Personas como si fueran ganado

  • 369 bolsa de cambio

    Ex. This article reviews the Moody's 5000 Plus data base, of over 5000 companies listed on the New York and American stock exchanges, on CD-ROM.
    * * *

    Ex: This article reviews the Moody's 5000 Plus data base, of over 5000 companies listed on the New York and American stock exchanges, on CD-ROM.

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  • 370 cambio + ocurrir

    (n.) = change + take place
    Ex. The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.
    * * *
    (n.) = change + take place

    Ex: The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.

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  • 371 cambio + producirse

    (n.) = change + come about
    Ex. In my judgment, these changes will come about in one of two ways.
    * * *
    (n.) = change + come about

    Ex: In my judgment, these changes will come about in one of two ways.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio + producirse

  • 372 cambio + suceder

    (n.) = change + take place
    Ex. The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.
    * * *
    (n.) = change + take place

    Ex: The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.

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  • 373 cambio + tener lugar

    (n.) = change + take place
    Ex. The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.
    * * *
    (n.) = change + take place

    Ex: The author examines changes likely to take place and warns local library and information services of the need to adapt to reflect these changes = El autor exmamina los cambios que probablmente sucedan y advierte a los sistemas bibliotecarios y de información locales de la necesidad de adaptarse a ellos.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio + tener lugar

  • 374 cambio a

    Ex. It was under his guidance that the scheme survived the flight to LC which was such a notable feature of the 1960s (a change which some librarians may no be regretting).
    * * *

    Ex: It was under his guidance that the scheme survived the flight to LC which was such a notable feature of the 1960s (a change which some librarians may no be regretting).

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  • 375 cambio brusco

    m.
    sudden change, shake-up, swing, upset.
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    (n.) = revulsion, flip-flop
    Ex. I have spoken of enumeration in terms perhaps dictated by a revulsion from the view so often held that the compilation of subject catalogues is the true and proper function of the bibliographer.
    Ex. Within this debate, there is flip-flop between those who argue for methods influenced by objectivism and those who argue for a more egalitarian approach.
    * * *
    (n.) = revulsion, flip-flop

    Ex: I have spoken of enumeration in terms perhaps dictated by a revulsion from the view so often held that the compilation of subject catalogues is the true and proper function of the bibliographer.

    Ex: Within this debate, there is flip-flop between those who argue for methods influenced by objectivism and those who argue for a more egalitarian approach.

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  • 376 cambio brusco de velocidad del viento

    (n.) = wind shear
    Ex. Find conference papers that discuss wind shear and aircraft.
    * * *
    (n.) = wind shear

    Ex: Find conference papers that discuss wind shear and aircraft.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio brusco de velocidad del viento

  • 377 cambio cuantitativo

    Ex. Important quantitative and qualitative changes are affecting employment in the telecommunications industry worldwide.
    * * *

    Ex: Important quantitative and qualitative changes are affecting employment in the telecommunications industry worldwide.

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  • 378 cambio cultural

    m.
    cultural change.
    * * *
    Ex. Cultural change is a critical issue if we wish to see long-term institutional change.
    * * *

    Ex: Cultural change is a critical issue if we wish to see long-term institutional change.

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  • 379 cambio de actitud

    (n.) = change in attitude, change of heart
    Ex. If librarians would calmly and publicly and increasingly lay claim to this area as their professional domain, they would gradually bring about the change in attitude that many desire to see.
    Ex. It does not seem to me to be a nine days wonder but a fundamental change of heart that is rejuvenating traditional reference services which have done sterling service over the years.
    * * *
    (n.) = change in attitude, change of heart

    Ex: If librarians would calmly and publicly and increasingly lay claim to this area as their professional domain, they would gradually bring about the change in attitude that many desire to see.

    Ex: It does not seem to me to be a nine days wonder but a fundamental change of heart that is rejuvenating traditional reference services which have done sterling service over the years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio de actitud

  • 380 cambio de aires

    = change of scenery, change of air and scene, change of air, change of scene, greener pastures, pastures new
    Ex. He felt the firm needed a change of scenery and a visible break from the past.
    Ex. Just what she needed: a change of air and scene to wean her away from her former owners and make her happy.
    Ex. He merely told me that Margaret was not very strong, and that she needed a change of air, and that she should keep out of doors.
    Ex. Maybe the penguins needed a change of scene, so they flew to the arctic.
    Ex. This threatens to reverse the recent brain drain that has seen scientists flee the US for greener pastures north of the border.
    Ex. Therefore this would be a good time to explore pastures new, so make an extra effort and put yourself in the shop window and show the world what you can do.
    * * *
    = change of scenery, change of air and scene, change of air, change of scene, greener pastures, pastures new

    Ex: He felt the firm needed a change of scenery and a visible break from the past.

    Ex: Just what she needed: a change of air and scene to wean her away from her former owners and make her happy.
    Ex: He merely told me that Margaret was not very strong, and that she needed a change of air, and that she should keep out of doors.
    Ex: Maybe the penguins needed a change of scene, so they flew to the arctic.
    Ex: This threatens to reverse the recent brain drain that has seen scientists flee the US for greener pastures north of the border.
    Ex: Therefore this would be a good time to explore pastures new, so make an extra effort and put yourself in the shop window and show the world what you can do.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambio de aires

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