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  • 221 hace siglos

    (n.) = ages (and ages) ago, aeons ago, yonks
    Ex. Fairy stories came from Asia, where they were made, ages and ages ago, by a people who spread themselves over our Western world.
    Ex. Again, in the past, as many aeons ago as there are grains of sand in the Ganges, a Buddha named Jewel Nature appeared in the world.
    Ex. I've been pseudo-vegetarian for a few years now - I usually reserve meat for when we dine out - so it's been yonks since I cooked fish.
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    (n.) = ages (and ages) ago, aeons ago, yonks

    Ex: Fairy stories came from Asia, where they were made, ages and ages ago, by a people who spread themselves over our Western world.

    Ex: Again, in the past, as many aeons ago as there are grains of sand in the Ganges, a Buddha named Jewel Nature appeared in the world.
    Ex: I've been pseudo-vegetarian for a few years now - I usually reserve meat for when we dine out - so it's been yonks since I cooked fish.

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  • 222 hacer gala del conocimiento que uno tiene

    (v.) = air + knowledge
    Ex. The child who has the advantage of being brought up enriched by hearing stories and reading books will have the opportunity to air his knowledge about the characters in nursery stories.
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    (v.) = air + knowledge

    Ex: The child who has the advantage of being brought up enriched by hearing stories and reading books will have the opportunity to air his knowledge about the characters in nursery stories.

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  • 223 hacer historia

    v.
    to make history.
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    (v.) = make + history, history in the making, go down in + history
    Ex. This online service enables users to view and print out photographs of major current news stories, people, places and events that made history.
    Ex. We ask you to support what is by far the most important women's rights case in the country and be a witness to women's history in the making.
    Ex. The only thing he should go down in history for is for being the biggest idiot that ever lived.
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    (v.) = make + history, history in the making, go down in + history

    Ex: This online service enables users to view and print out photographs of major current news stories, people, places and events that made history.

    Ex: We ask you to support what is by far the most important women's rights case in the country and be a witness to women's history in the making.
    Ex: The only thing he should go down in history for is for being the biggest idiot that ever lived.

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  • 224 hada madrina

    f.
    fairy godmother.
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    fairy godmother
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    Ex. It seems that in the stories I've read that fairy godmothers seem to help mostly females, who are cruelly abused by their families or abandoned somehow.
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    Ex: It seems that in the stories I've read that fairy godmothers seem to help mostly females, who are cruelly abused by their families or abandoned somehow.

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  • 225 halcón pescador

    (n.) = osprey, fish hawk
    Ex. Osprey numbers declined drastically in 1950-1970s, from pesticide poisoning and eggshell thinning.
    Ex. Fish hawks needed a helping hand and their comeback is one of the great wildlife success stories of our time.
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    (n.) = osprey, fish hawk

    Ex: Osprey numbers declined drastically in 1950-1970s, from pesticide poisoning and eggshell thinning.

    Ex: Fish hawks needed a helping hand and their comeback is one of the great wildlife success stories of our time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > halcón pescador

  • 226 hazaña

    f.
    feat, brave deed, prowess, deed of prowess.
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: hazañar.
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    1 deed, exploit, heroic feat
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    noun f.
    exploit, feat
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    SF feat, exploit, deed

    las hazañas del héroe — the hero's exploits, the hero's great deeds

    sería una hazaña — it would be a great achievement, it would be a great thing to do

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    femenino ( acción heróica) great o heroic deed, exploit; ( acción que requiere gran esfuerzo) feat, achievement
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    = accomplishment, achievement, deed, feat, tour de force, exploit, derring-do, heroic story.
    Ex. At the time, it was a startling accomplishment and gained wide recognition.
    Ex. All SLIS heads co-operated willingly, discussing their problems, difficulties and achievements candidly and critically.
    Ex. Books were kept for historical records of deeds done by the inhabitants: their worthy acts as well as their sins.
    Ex. Even Hannibal's crossing of the Alps in 218 B.C., with his Carthaginian troops and equipment, was a remarkable organizational feat.
    Ex. The subsequent report, a tour de force, recommended the restructuring of library authorities into larger units.
    Ex. This book tells the exploits of a country carpenter who specializes in building privies.
    Ex. The book is an old-fashioned tale of derring-do which reads somewhat stiltedly today.
    Ex. The exhibition illustrates the tragic history of the concentration camps, but also the heroic stories of liberation and survival that marked their end.
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    * lograr una hazaña = accomplish + feat.
    * realizar una hazaña = perform + feat.
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    femenino ( acción heróica) great o heroic deed, exploit; ( acción que requiere gran esfuerzo) feat, achievement
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    = accomplishment, achievement, deed, feat, tour de force, exploit, derring-do, heroic story.

    Ex: At the time, it was a startling accomplishment and gained wide recognition.

    Ex: All SLIS heads co-operated willingly, discussing their problems, difficulties and achievements candidly and critically.
    Ex: Books were kept for historical records of deeds done by the inhabitants: their worthy acts as well as their sins.
    Ex: Even Hannibal's crossing of the Alps in 218 B.C., with his Carthaginian troops and equipment, was a remarkable organizational feat.
    Ex: The subsequent report, a tour de force, recommended the restructuring of library authorities into larger units.
    Ex: This book tells the exploits of a country carpenter who specializes in building privies.
    Ex: The book is an old-fashioned tale of derring-do which reads somewhat stiltedly today.
    Ex: The exhibition illustrates the tragic history of the concentration camps, but also the heroic stories of liberation and survival that marked their end.
    * lograr una hazaña = accomplish + feat.
    * realizar una hazaña = perform + feat.

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    1 (acción heróica) great o heroic deed, exploit
    ha sido toda una hazaña aprobar el examen passing the exam was quite a feat o an achievement
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    hazaña sustantivo femenino ( acciónheróica) great o heroic deed, exploit;
    (— de mucho esfuerzo) feat, achievement
    hazaña sustantivo femenino deed, exploit
    ' hazaña' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    capaz
    - celebrar
    - incapaz
    English:
    accomplishment
    - achievement
    - daring
    - deed
    - exploit
    - feat
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    feat, exploit;
    fue toda una hazaña it was quite a feat o an achievement;
    Irónico
    ¡vaya hazaña, engañar a un niño! congratulations, that's some feat, tricking a child like that!
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    f achievement
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    proeza: feat, exploit
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    hazaña n feat

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  • 227 hecho en casa

    home-made
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    (adj.) = homespun, homemade
    Ex. The author chronicles the exuberant stories, hyperbole, homespun speech and demigod characteristics of American 'tall tales'.
    Ex. And may I say parenthetically that two publishers out of the enormous number that are so often touted as belonging to the CIP program are now printing their own homemade and superior cataloging in publication data.
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    (adj.) = homespun, homemade

    Ex: The author chronicles the exuberant stories, hyperbole, homespun speech and demigod characteristics of American 'tall tales'.

    Ex: And may I say parenthetically that two publishers out of the enormous number that are so often touted as belonging to the CIP program are now printing their own homemade and superior cataloging in publication data.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hecho en casa

  • 228 hilvanar

    v.
    1 to tack (British), to baste (United States) (clothes).
    2 to piece together (coordinar) (ideas).
    3 to throw together.
    4 to reel off, to tell one after the other.
    María hilvMaría historias macabras Mary reels off macabre stories.
    5 to baste, to stitch, to tack.
    María hilvMaría ruedos de vestidos Mary bastes dress hems.
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    1 to tack, baste
    2 figurado to put together, outline
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    VT
    1) (Cos) to tack, baste (EEUU)
    2) (=preparar) [+ trabajo, discurso] to cobble together

    bien hilvanado — well put together, well constructed

    3) (=relacionar) to string together
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    verbo transitivo
    1) ( coser) to baste (AmE), to tack (BrE)
    2) <frases/ideas> to put together
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    = baste.
    Ex. This may seem like a lot of pins (and it is) but the secret to good quilting is good basting.
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    * hilvanar palabras = orchestrate + words.
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    verbo transitivo
    1) ( coser) to baste (AmE), to tack (BrE)
    2) <frases/ideas> to put together
    * * *

    Ex: This may seem like a lot of pins (and it is) but the secret to good quilting is good basting.

    * hilvanar palabras = orchestrate + words.

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    hilvanar [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 (coser) to baste ( AmE), to tack ( BrE)
    B ‹frases/ideas› to put together
    un discurso muy mal hilvanado a speech that did not hang together at all
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    hilvanar ( conjugate hilvanar) verbo transitivo
    1 ( coser) to baste (AmE), to tack (BrE)
    2frases/ideas to put together
    hilvanar verbo transitivo
    1 Cost to tack, baste
    2 fig (relacionar, hacer congruente) to link
    ' hilvanar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    tack
    - baste
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    1. [ropa] Br to tack, US to baste
    2. [coordinar] to piece together;
    hilvanó sus argumentos en un discurso perfecto he wove his arguments into a perfect speech
    3. [improvisar] to throw together;
    tuvieron que hilvanar una propuesta en el último minuto they had to throw together a proposal at the last minute
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    v/t baste;
    fig
    no podía hilvanar una frase he couldn’t string half a dozen words together
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    1) : to baste, to tack
    2) : to piece together

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  • 229 historia de amor

    (n.) = love story
    Ex. Librarians may group novels of a certain type together, eg all the love stories, all the westerns, all the detective stories, all the historical novels, and so on.
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    (n.) = love story

    Ex: Librarians may group novels of a certain type together, eg all the love stories, all the westerns, all the detective stories, all the historical novels, and so on.

    Spanish-English dictionary > historia de amor

  • 230 historia de detectives

    Ex. If no such standards can be observed then, it would seem, romantic fiction along with westerns and detective stories must be regarded as some sort of cul-de-sac and rather stagnant backwater quite separate from the main stream of 'literature'.
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    Ex: If no such standards can be observed then, it would seem, romantic fiction along with westerns and detective stories must be regarded as some sort of cul-de-sac and rather stagnant backwater quite separate from the main stream of 'literature'.

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  • 231 historia heróica

    (n.) = heroic story
    Ex. The exhibition illustrates the tragic history of the concentration camps, but also the heroic stories of liberation and survival that marked their end.
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    Ex: The exhibition illustrates the tragic history of the concentration camps, but also the heroic stories of liberation and survival that marked their end.

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  • 232 historia pintoresca

    Ex. His end is to chat and regale one with colorful stories from the past or special insight into the future.
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    Ex: His end is to chat and regale one with colorful stories from the past or special insight into the future.

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  • 233 historia trágica

    f.
    tragic story, hard-luck story.
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    Ex. The exhibition illustrates the tragic history of the concentration camps, but also the heroic stories of liberation and survival that marked their end.
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    Ex: The exhibition illustrates the tragic history of the concentration camps, but also the heroic stories of liberation and survival that marked their end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > historia trágica

  • 234 holgazán

    adj.
    lazy, bum, slothful, do-nothing.
    m.
    loafer, bum, dawdler, do-nothing.
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    1 idle, lazy
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 lazybones, layabout
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    (f. - holgazana)
    noun
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    holgazán, -ana
    1.
    ADJ idle, lazy
    2.
    SM / F idler, loafer, layabout *
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    I
    - zana adjetivo lazy
    II
    - zana masculino, femenino idler, lazybones (colloq)
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    = bum, shiftless, lazybones, layabout, idler.
    Ex. Although the results provide support for the 'drunken bum' theory of wife beating, they also demythologize the stereotype because alcohol is shown to be far from a necessary or sufficient cause of wife abuse.
    Ex. He was a shiftless, good-for-nothing man and his shrewish wife was constantly importuning him.
    Ex. Many see his art as a vocation for lazybones and social misfits.
    Ex. There is no evidence that inherited wealth is in itself responsible for turning young people into useless layabouts.
    Ex. This magazine prints essays and stories that celebrate the joyful life of an idler.
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    I
    - zana adjetivo lazy
    II
    - zana masculino, femenino idler, lazybones (colloq)
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    = bum, shiftless, lazybones, layabout, idler.

    Ex: Although the results provide support for the 'drunken bum' theory of wife beating, they also demythologize the stereotype because alcohol is shown to be far from a necessary or sufficient cause of wife abuse.

    Ex: He was a shiftless, good-for-nothing man and his shrewish wife was constantly importuning him.
    Ex: Many see his art as a vocation for lazybones and social misfits.
    Ex: There is no evidence that inherited wealth is in itself responsible for turning young people into useless layabouts.
    Ex: This magazine prints essays and stories that celebrate the joyful life of an idler.

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    lazy
    es muy holgazán he's very lazy, he's bone-idle ( BrE)
    masculine, feminine
    idler, lazybones ( colloq)
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    holgazán
    ◊ - zana adjetivo

    lazy
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    idler, lazybones (colloq)
    holgazán,-ana
    I adjetivo lazy, idle
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino lazybones inv, layabout

    ' holgazán' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    holgazana
    - señorito
    - vaga
    - vago
    - atorrante
    - cómodo
    - golfo
    - huevón
    - patán
    - perezoso
    English:
    bum
    - do-nothing
    - idle
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    holgazán, -ana
    adj
    idle, lazy
    nm,f
    layabout, lazybones
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    m idler
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    holgazán, - zana adj, mpl - zanes : lazy
    holgazán, - zana n, mpl - zanes haragán: slacker, idler
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    holgazán adj lazy [comp. lazier; superl. laziest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > holgazán

  • 235 ilustrado

    adj.
    1 educated, learned, cultured, refined.
    2 illustrated, with images, with pictures.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: ilustrar.
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    1 (texto) illustrated
    2 (culto) learned, erudite
    3 HISTORIA of the Enlightenment
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    (f. - ilustrada)
    adj.
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    ADJ
    1) [libro] illustrated
    2) [persona] (=culto) learned, erudite; (=progresista) enlightened
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    - da adjetivo
    a) <revista/libro> illustrated
    b) (frml) < persona> erudite, learned
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    Ex. Even in prisons nowadays the enlightened gaoler aims at more than custodial retention: he aims at education.
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    - da adjetivo
    a) <revista/libro> illustrated
    b) (frml) < persona> erudite, learned
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    Ex: Even in prisons nowadays the enlightened gaoler aims at more than custodial retention: he aims at education.

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    A ‹revista/libro› illustrated
    B ( frml); ‹persona› erudite, learned despotismo
    * * *

    Del verbo ilustrar: ( conjugate ilustrar)

    ilustrado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    ilustrado    
    ilustrar
    ilustrado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a)revista/libro illustrated

    b) (frml) ‹ persona erudite, learned

    ilustrar ( conjugate ilustrar) verbo transitivo
    to illustrate
    ilustrado,-a adjetivo
    1 (un libro, una revista) illustrated: colecciona cuentos ilustrados, he collects illustrated stories
    2 (culto) learned, erudite
    ilustrar verbo transitivo
    1 (un libro, un tema) to illustrate
    2 (enseñar) to instruct
    ' ilustrado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ilustrada
    English:
    enlightened
    - pictorial
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    ilustrado, -a
    adj
    1. [publicación] illustrated
    2. [persona] learned
    3. Hist
    un filósofo/monarca ilustrado a philosopher/monarch influenced by the Enlightenment
    nm,f
    Hist person influenced by the Enlightenment
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    adj
    1 illustrated
    2 ( culto) learned
    * * *
    ilustrado, -da adj
    1) : illustrated
    2) docto: learned, erudite

    Spanish-English dictionary > ilustrado

  • 236 importancia

    f.
    importance.
    dar importancia a algo to attach importance to something
    darse importancia to give oneself airs
    de importancia important, of importance
    sin importancia unimportant
    quitar importancia a algo to play something down
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    1 importance
    \
    dar importancia a algo to take something seriously
    darse importancia to give oneself airs
    de importancia (gen) important 2 (herida, lesión) serious
    no tiene importancia it's nothing, it doesn't matter, it's not important
    quitar importancia a algo, restar importancia a algo to play something down
    sin importancia unimportant
    tener importancia to be important
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    noun f.
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    ¿y eso qué importancia tiene? — and how is that important o significant?, and what significance does that have?

    no te preocupes, no tiene importancia — don't worry, it's not important

    carecer de importancia — to be unimportant

    de cierta importancia — [empresa, asunto] of some importance, important; [herida] serious

    conceder o dar mucha importancia a algo — to attach great importance to sth

    no quiero darle más importancia de la que tiene, pero... — I don't want to make an issue of this but...

    darse importancia — to give o.s. airs

    quitar o restar importancia a algo — to make light of sth, play down the importance of sth

    sin importancia — [herida, comentario] minor

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    femenino importance

    detalles sin importanciaminor o insignificant details

    concederle or darle importancia a algo — to attach importance to something

    quitarle or restarle importancia a algo — to play down the importance of something

    ¿y eso qué importancia tiene? — so what?

    darse importanciato give oneself airs

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    = importance, merit, notability, pre-eminence [preeminence], prominence, significance, standing, stature, value, distinction, visibility, centrality, meaningfulness, worthwhileness, profile, premium, import, fuse, consequence.
    Ex. This format is becoming common in new thesauri, partly because the recognition of the importance of viewing both relationships and subject terms in one tool.
    Ex. Much will be said later about the merits and drawbacks of the various types of index and approaches to indexing.
    Ex. Its notability is seen to lie in the fact that it has significantly broken the stranglehold upon postgraduate studentships in the gift of the Science and Engineering Research Council.
    Ex. Despite its pre-eminence, or possibly because of it, DC has its critics.
    Ex. Weights are a quantitative measure of the prominence of various index terms in the description of a subject and may form the basis of an alternative search logic.
    Ex. Whatever viewpoint is taken, it is difficult to dispute the significance of AACR1.
    Ex. Their sheer institutional standing and regard have had a bearing upon the creation of a situation which is a good deal better than it might otherwise have been.
    Ex. Merely having the materials available will not provide the desired boost to the library's stature unless the collection is exceptional.
    Ex. This stop list is input to the computer before indexing can commence, and is a list of the words which appear in text which have no value as access words in an index.
    Ex. Mystery and detective stories, love and romance fiction, adventure and western stories, recent novels widely publicized but of little literary distinction, popularizations of current affairs characterized by sensationalism and easy dogmatism rather than by dispassionate and qualified analysis -- these and similar books are widely circulated by the public library.
    Ex. The new director considers that there is need for recruitment of librarians from all backgrounds into the profession and that librarianship needs higher visibility within society.
    Ex. Gilman advocated the academic library's centrality to research.
    Ex. The author challenges the meaningfulness of precision and recall values as a measure of performance of a retrieval system.
    Ex. But it always assumes the importance, the worthwhileness, of human experience even when -- as in tragedy -- it finds much in that experience evil.
    Ex. There is also a further dilemma concerning formats such as film and audio which have tended to receive a lower profile in the library world (too awkward, too cluttered with copyright restrictions, too technically instable).
    Ex. To presuppose that clients will continue to travel to defined locations earmarked as libraries in search of information is to deny the premium on time prevalent in today's culture.
    Ex. A new set of conventions has had to be developed, using mathematical symbols mainly, which have international import.
    Ex. Accessibility is the most important factor in determining the level of fuse of an information source.
    Ex. I am looking for guidance on a potential digitization project of some consequence.
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    * adquirir importancia = assume + importance, attain + importance, come up, take on + added weight, gain + significance, move up + the agenda, gain + importance, gain in + importance.
    * adquirir importancia histórica = make + history, go down in + history.
    * asunto de importancia = matter of weight, matter of consequence.
    * asunto sin importancia = matter of no consequence.
    * aumentar de importancia = grow in + importance, grow in + significance.
    * clasificar en orden de importancia = rank + in order of importance.
    * cobrar importancia = assume + importance, take on + added weight, move up + the agenda, gain + importance, be on the agenda.
    * conceder importancia = accord + significance level, attach + importance, place + importance.
    * conceder mucha importancia a = lay + great store on.
    * concienciar a Alguien de la importancia de la información = raise + information awareness.
    * consciente de la importancia de la información = information conscious.
    * crecer en importancia = grow from + strength to strength, increase in + importance.
    * cuestión de importancia = matter of consequence.
    * cuestión sin importancia = matter of no consequence.
    * dar a Algo más importancia de la que tiene = oversell.
    * dar bastante importancia a = place + great store on.
    * dar importancia = attach + importance, give + prominence, stress, give + pre-eminence, give + relevance, place + importance, give + importance.
    * dar importancia a = give + weight to, place + emphasis on, attach + weight to, create + a high profile for, give + a high profile, place + weight on.
    * dar importancia a Algo = put + Algo + on the agenda, be on the agenda.
    * dar mayor importancia a = give + pride of place to.
    * dar mucha importancia = put + a premium on.
    * de capital importancia = momentous, of cardinal importance.
    * de crucial importancia = crucially important.
    * de especial importancia = of particular note.
    * de fundamental importancia = of prime importance, critically important.
    * de importancia = of note, of consequence.
    * de importancia creciente = of growing importance.
    * de importancia crucial = crucially important.
    * de importancia fundamental = critically important.
    * de importancia secundaria = incidental.
    * de mayor o menor importancia = great and small.
    * de menor importancia = fringe subject, of fringe interest.
    * de menor importancia para = on the fringe of.
    * de poca importancia = menial, small-time.
    * de primordial importancia = of prime importance, of paramount importance.
    * de segunda importancia = marginal, back burner, on the back burner, second in importance.
    * de segunda importancia en relación con = secondary to.
    * destacar la importa = underscore + importance.
    * destacar la importancia de = stress + the importance of, emphasise + the importance of, highlight + the importance of.
    * de suma importancia = of the utmost importance, of utmost importance.
    * de suprema importancia = of the highest significance.
    * de tercera importancia = tertiary.
    * de vital importancia = vitally important.
    * disminuir la importancia de = lessen + the importance of.
    * donde el tiempo es de suma importancia = time-critical.
    * en orden de importancia = in rank order, in order.
    * falta de importancia = worthlessness.
    * ganar cada vez más importancia = go from + strength to strength, grow from + strength to strength.
    * ganar importancia = grow in + importance, grow in + strength, gain + prominence, grow in + significance, gain + significance, gain in + importance.
    * gente de poca importancia = small fry, the.
    * importancia cada vez mayor = growing importance, growing significance.
    * importancia histórica = historical significance.
    * importancia primordial = key importance.
    * importancia + radicar = the importance of + Nombre + lie.
    * importancia + residir = the importance of + Nombre + lie.
    * importancia + yacer = the importance of + Nombre + lie.
    * minimizar la importancia = minimise + importance.
    * nada de importancia = nothing in particular.
    * no darle demasiada importancia a Algo = think + little of.
    * no darle demasiada importancia a + Infinitivo = think + nothing of + Gerundio.
    * no darle importancia a = think + very little about/of.
    * no percatarse de la importancia de Algo = have + no feeling for.
    * no poder dejar de recalcar la importancia de Algo = cannot + give + too much emphasis + to the importance of, the importance of + Nombre + cannot be stressed too strongly.
    * no se puede dejar de recalcar la importancia de Algo = the importance of + Nombre + cannot be overemphasised, the importance of + Nombre + cannot be overstressed, the importance of + Nombre + cannot be overstated.
    * no tener importancia = be of no importance, make + no difference, be of no consequence.
    * no tener la menor importancia = be of no particular concern.
    * ordenar por orden de importancia = rank + in order.
    * orden decreciente de importancia = decreasing order of importance.
    * orden de importancia = significance order of terms, pecking order, significance order.
    * pérdida de importancia = demise, swing away from.
    * poca importancia = unimportance, low profile.
    * poner de relieve la importancia = underscore + importance.
    * prestar importancia a = place + weight on.
    * que le presta gran importancia a la cultura = culture-conscious.
    * quitar importancia = de-emphasise [de-emphasize, -USA], understate, trivialise [trivialize, -USA], minimise + importance, downplay, gloss over, negate, soft-pedal.
    * quitar importancia a un problema = trivialise + trouble.
    * quitarle importancia a las cosas = make + light of things.
    * realzar la importancia = heighten + importance.
    * recalcar la importancia de = stress + the importance of.
    * recibir importancia = enjoy + prominence.
    * remarcar la importancia = underline + importance.
    * resaltar la importancia = underscore + importance.
    * resaltar la importancia de = stress + the importance of, emphasise + the importance of, highlight + the importance of.
    * restar importancia = minimise + importance, downplay, gloss over, negate, soft-pedal.
    * restarle importancia a las cosas = make + light of things.
    * ser de importancia primordial = be of key importance.
    * ser de importancia vital = lie at + the heart of.
    * sin darle importancia = airily.
    * sin importancia = negligible, unimportant, trifling, immaterial, of no consequence.
    * subrayar la importancia = underline + importance, underscore + importance.
    * tema de secundaria importancia = footnote.
    * tener gran importancia = be of high significance.
    * tener importancia = carry + weight, have + high profile, be of consequence.
    * tener la misma importancia = carry + equal weight.
    * * *
    femenino importance

    detalles sin importanciaminor o insignificant details

    concederle or darle importancia a algo — to attach importance to something

    quitarle or restarle importancia a algo — to play down the importance of something

    ¿y eso qué importancia tiene? — so what?

    darse importanciato give oneself airs

    * * *
    = importance, merit, notability, pre-eminence [preeminence], prominence, significance, standing, stature, value, distinction, visibility, centrality, meaningfulness, worthwhileness, profile, premium, import, fuse, consequence.

    Ex: This format is becoming common in new thesauri, partly because the recognition of the importance of viewing both relationships and subject terms in one tool.

    Ex: Much will be said later about the merits and drawbacks of the various types of index and approaches to indexing.
    Ex: Its notability is seen to lie in the fact that it has significantly broken the stranglehold upon postgraduate studentships in the gift of the Science and Engineering Research Council.
    Ex: Despite its pre-eminence, or possibly because of it, DC has its critics.
    Ex: Weights are a quantitative measure of the prominence of various index terms in the description of a subject and may form the basis of an alternative search logic.
    Ex: Whatever viewpoint is taken, it is difficult to dispute the significance of AACR1.
    Ex: Their sheer institutional standing and regard have had a bearing upon the creation of a situation which is a good deal better than it might otherwise have been.
    Ex: Merely having the materials available will not provide the desired boost to the library's stature unless the collection is exceptional.
    Ex: This stop list is input to the computer before indexing can commence, and is a list of the words which appear in text which have no value as access words in an index.
    Ex: Mystery and detective stories, love and romance fiction, adventure and western stories, recent novels widely publicized but of little literary distinction, popularizations of current affairs characterized by sensationalism and easy dogmatism rather than by dispassionate and qualified analysis -- these and similar books are widely circulated by the public library.
    Ex: The new director considers that there is need for recruitment of librarians from all backgrounds into the profession and that librarianship needs higher visibility within society.
    Ex: Gilman advocated the academic library's centrality to research.
    Ex: The author challenges the meaningfulness of precision and recall values as a measure of performance of a retrieval system.
    Ex: But it always assumes the importance, the worthwhileness, of human experience even when -- as in tragedy -- it finds much in that experience evil.
    Ex: There is also a further dilemma concerning formats such as film and audio which have tended to receive a lower profile in the library world (too awkward, too cluttered with copyright restrictions, too technically instable).
    Ex: To presuppose that clients will continue to travel to defined locations earmarked as libraries in search of information is to deny the premium on time prevalent in today's culture.
    Ex: A new set of conventions has had to be developed, using mathematical symbols mainly, which have international import.
    Ex: Accessibility is the most important factor in determining the level of fuse of an information source.
    Ex: I am looking for guidance on a potential digitization project of some consequence.
    * adquirir importancia = assume + importance, attain + importance, come up, take on + added weight, gain + significance, move up + the agenda, gain + importance, gain in + importance.
    * adquirir importancia histórica = make + history, go down in + history.
    * asunto de importancia = matter of weight, matter of consequence.
    * asunto sin importancia = matter of no consequence.
    * aumentar de importancia = grow in + importance, grow in + significance.
    * clasificar en orden de importancia = rank + in order of importance.
    * cobrar importancia = assume + importance, take on + added weight, move up + the agenda, gain + importance, be on the agenda.
    * conceder importancia = accord + significance level, attach + importance, place + importance.
    * conceder mucha importancia a = lay + great store on.
    * concienciar a Alguien de la importancia de la información = raise + information awareness.
    * consciente de la importancia de la información = information conscious.
    * crecer en importancia = grow from + strength to strength, increase in + importance.
    * cuestión de importancia = matter of consequence.
    * cuestión sin importancia = matter of no consequence.
    * dar a Algo más importancia de la que tiene = oversell.
    * dar bastante importancia a = place + great store on.
    * dar importancia = attach + importance, give + prominence, stress, give + pre-eminence, give + relevance, place + importance, give + importance.
    * dar importancia a = give + weight to, place + emphasis on, attach + weight to, create + a high profile for, give + a high profile, place + weight on.
    * dar importancia a Algo = put + Algo + on the agenda, be on the agenda.
    * dar mayor importancia a = give + pride of place to.
    * dar mucha importancia = put + a premium on.
    * de capital importancia = momentous, of cardinal importance.
    * de crucial importancia = crucially important.
    * de especial importancia = of particular note.
    * de fundamental importancia = of prime importance, critically important.
    * de importancia = of note, of consequence.
    * de importancia creciente = of growing importance.
    * de importancia crucial = crucially important.
    * de importancia fundamental = critically important.
    * de importancia secundaria = incidental.
    * de mayor o menor importancia = great and small.
    * de menor importancia = fringe subject, of fringe interest.
    * de menor importancia para = on the fringe of.
    * de poca importancia = menial, small-time.
    * de primordial importancia = of prime importance, of paramount importance.
    * de segunda importancia = marginal, back burner, on the back burner, second in importance.
    * de segunda importancia en relación con = secondary to.
    * destacar la importa = underscore + importance.
    * destacar la importancia de = stress + the importance of, emphasise + the importance of, highlight + the importance of.
    * de suma importancia = of the utmost importance, of utmost importance.
    * de suprema importancia = of the highest significance.
    * de tercera importancia = tertiary.
    * de vital importancia = vitally important.
    * disminuir la importancia de = lessen + the importance of.
    * donde el tiempo es de suma importancia = time-critical.
    * en orden de importancia = in rank order, in order.
    * falta de importancia = worthlessness.
    * ganar cada vez más importancia = go from + strength to strength, grow from + strength to strength.
    * ganar importancia = grow in + importance, grow in + strength, gain + prominence, grow in + significance, gain + significance, gain in + importance.
    * gente de poca importancia = small fry, the.
    * importancia cada vez mayor = growing importance, growing significance.
    * importancia histórica = historical significance.
    * importancia primordial = key importance.
    * importancia + radicar = the importance of + Nombre + lie.
    * importancia + residir = the importance of + Nombre + lie.
    * importancia + yacer = the importance of + Nombre + lie.
    * minimizar la importancia = minimise + importance.
    * nada de importancia = nothing in particular.
    * no darle demasiada importancia a Algo = think + little of.
    * no darle demasiada importancia a + Infinitivo = think + nothing of + Gerundio.
    * no darle importancia a = think + very little about/of.
    * no percatarse de la importancia de Algo = have + no feeling for.
    * no poder dejar de recalcar la importancia de Algo = cannot + give + too much emphasis + to the importance of, the importance of + Nombre + cannot be stressed too strongly.
    * no se puede dejar de recalcar la importancia de Algo = the importance of + Nombre + cannot be overemphasised, the importance of + Nombre + cannot be overstressed, the importance of + Nombre + cannot be overstated.
    * no tener importancia = be of no importance, make + no difference, be of no consequence.
    * no tener la menor importancia = be of no particular concern.
    * ordenar por orden de importancia = rank + in order.
    * orden decreciente de importancia = decreasing order of importance.
    * orden de importancia = significance order of terms, pecking order, significance order.
    * pérdida de importancia = demise, swing away from.
    * poca importancia = unimportance, low profile.
    * poner de relieve la importancia = underscore + importance.
    * prestar importancia a = place + weight on.
    * que le presta gran importancia a la cultura = culture-conscious.
    * quitar importancia = de-emphasise [de-emphasize, -USA], understate, trivialise [trivialize, -USA], minimise + importance, downplay, gloss over, negate, soft-pedal.
    * quitar importancia a un problema = trivialise + trouble.
    * quitarle importancia a las cosas = make + light of things.
    * realzar la importancia = heighten + importance.
    * recalcar la importancia de = stress + the importance of.
    * recibir importancia = enjoy + prominence.
    * remarcar la importancia = underline + importance.
    * resaltar la importancia = underscore + importance.
    * resaltar la importancia de = stress + the importance of, emphasise + the importance of, highlight + the importance of.
    * restar importancia = minimise + importance, downplay, gloss over, negate, soft-pedal.
    * restarle importancia a las cosas = make + light of things.
    * ser de importancia primordial = be of key importance.
    * ser de importancia vital = lie at + the heart of.
    * sin darle importancia = airily.
    * sin importancia = negligible, unimportant, trifling, immaterial, of no consequence.
    * subrayar la importancia = underline + importance, underscore + importance.
    * tema de secundaria importancia = footnote.
    * tener gran importancia = be of high significance.
    * tener importancia = carry + weight, have + high profile, be of consequence.
    * tener la misma importancia = carry + equal weight.

    * * *
    importance
    temas de gran importancia matters of great importance o significance o ( frml) of great import
    ésos son detalles sin importancia those are minor o unimportant o insignificant details
    trató de quitarle or restarle importancia al problema she tried to make light of the problem, she tried to play down the importance of the problem
    no debemos darle tanta importancia a este tema we should not make so much of this matter, we should not attach too much importance to this matter
    siento llegar tardeno tiene importancia I'm sorry I'm late — it doesn't matter
    ¿y eso qué importancia tiene? so what?
    darse importancia to give oneself airs
    * * *

     

    importancia sustantivo femenino
    importance;

    quitarle importancia a algo to play down the importance of sth;
    detalles sin importancia minor o insignificant details;
    no tiene importancia it doesn't matter;
    darse importancia to give oneself airs
    importancia sustantivo femenino importance, significance: no te preocupes, no tiene importancia, don't worry, it's nothing
    el accidente fue de cierta importancia, the accident was quite serious
    dar importancia a, to attach importance to
    quitarle importancia a algo, to play down the importance of sthg
    sin importancia, unimportant
    ♦ Locuciones: darse importancia, to give oneself airs

    ' importancia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acento
    - acentuar
    - alta
    - alto
    - bagatela
    - calibre
    - cobrar
    - conceder
    - dimensión
    - énfasis
    - entidad
    - envergadura
    - escatológico
    - fallo
    - ignorar
    - incidir
    - insignificancia
    - insistir
    - interés
    - levedad
    - marcar
    - minúscula
    - minúsculo
    - niñería
    - palidecer
    - pequeña
    - pequeño
    - primera
    - primero
    - primordial
    - protagonismo
    - quitar
    - recalcar
    - relativa
    - relativo
    - relieve
    - representar
    - restar
    - revestir
    - subrayar
    - suceso
    - suma
    - sumo
    - talla
    - tontería
    - valor
    - vital
    - vuelo
    - alguno
    - capital
    English:
    account
    - attach
    - count
    - emphasize
    - importance
    - incidental
    - irrelevant
    - issue
    - light
    - little
    - major
    - matter
    - mind
    - minimize
    - minor
    - moment
    - momentous
    - override
    - paramount
    - play down
    - primary
    - prime
    - prominence
    - read
    - ride
    - shrug off
    - significance
    - smooth over
    - store
    - thrust forward
    - unimportant
    - vital
    - vitally
    - all
    - all right
    - consideration
    - descend
    - detail
    - emphasis
    - gloss
    - hot
    - import
    - magistrate
    - menial
    - play
    - small
    - trifling
    - utmost
    * * *
    importance;
    de importancia important, of importance;
    un tratamiento médico reservado a los casos de importancia a treatment reserved for serious cases;
    un arquitecto de importancia an important architect;
    recibió un golpe de cierta importancia he took a fairly heavy knock;
    adquirir o [m5] cobrar importancia to become important, to take on significance;
    dar importancia a algo to attach importance to sth;
    darse importancia to give oneself airs;
    no tiene importancia [no es importante] it's not important;
    [no pasa nada] it doesn't matter;
    sin importancia unimportant;
    ha sido un rasguño sin importancia it's only a little scratch;
    quitar o [m5] restar importancia a algo to play sth down
    * * *
    f importance;
    dar importancia a attach importance to;
    restar importancia a algo make light of sth, play sth down;
    tener importancia be important;
    no tiene importancia it’s not important, it doesn’t matter;
    sin importancia unimportant;
    darse importancia give o.s. airs
    * * *
    : importance
    * * *
    importancia n importance
    darse importancia to give yourself airs [pt. gave; pp. given]
    tener importancia to be important / to matter

    Spanish-English dictionary > importancia

  • 237 impresionante

    adj.
    1 amazing, astonishing (asombroso, extraordinario).
    2 impressive, awful, affecting, awe-inspiring.
    * * *
    1 (admirable) impressive
    2 (impactante) powerful; (inquietante) disturbing
    3 (sorprendente) astonishing, amazing
    4 familiar (gen) incredible; (negativamente) terrible; (enorme) tremendous
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=maravilloso) [edificio, acto] impressive; [espectáculo] striking
    2) (=conmovedor) moving, affecting
    3) (=espantoso) shocking
    * * *
    adjetivo <éxito/cantidad/paisaje> amazing, incredible; < accidente> horrific
    * * *
    = dazzling, formidable, impressive, striking, awe-inspiring, awe-inspiring, imposing, breathtaking, bedazzling, astonishing, spectacular, awesome, towering.
    Ex. It was a grand day, one of those dazzling spectacular blue and gold days of early fall.
    Ex. 'It's up to you to see that things are done,' she defended herself, somewhat nervous and abashed by his formidable stare.
    Ex. Given such an impressive array of advantages it may seem surprising that conventional subject indexes to the literature continue to be produced.
    Ex. A very striking example of this is the fact that in all our rules there is the provision that anonymous publications should be entered under the author when known.
    Ex. Some of the books recently published in the field of automotive engineering can perhaps best be described as awe-inspiring.
    Ex. Some of the books recently published in the field of automotive engineering can perhaps best be described as awe-inspiring.
    Ex. Today's imposing array of courses is seen as a worthy monument to the efforts of those who have given so much to education for librarianship.
    Ex. This breathtaking building is 213 meters long and has over 300 windows.
    Ex. He is a skillful raconteur, his writing is wonderfully entertaining and his message is controversial, bedazzling, savvy, disquieting... yet optimistic.
    Ex. It asserts that the answer to the problems relating to the astonishing growth of great research libraries lies in large-scale interlibrary cooperation.
    Ex. There were some quite spectacular success stories reported of SLIS exporting their IT talents to the rest of the institution.
    Ex. In the sometimes frenetic push towards the somewhat awesome concept of Universal Bibliographic Control (UBC), the library needs of the nonscholar are easily overlooked.
    Ex. We will stop along the way to visit towering forests, waterfalls and scenic lakes.
    ----
    * de un modo impresionante = impressively.
    * paisaje impresionante = breathtaking scenery.
    * vista impresionante = breathtaking view.
    * * *
    adjetivo <éxito/cantidad/paisaje> amazing, incredible; < accidente> horrific
    * * *
    = dazzling, formidable, impressive, striking, awe-inspiring, awe-inspiring, imposing, breathtaking, bedazzling, astonishing, spectacular, awesome, towering.

    Ex: It was a grand day, one of those dazzling spectacular blue and gold days of early fall.

    Ex: 'It's up to you to see that things are done,' she defended herself, somewhat nervous and abashed by his formidable stare.
    Ex: Given such an impressive array of advantages it may seem surprising that conventional subject indexes to the literature continue to be produced.
    Ex: A very striking example of this is the fact that in all our rules there is the provision that anonymous publications should be entered under the author when known.
    Ex: Some of the books recently published in the field of automotive engineering can perhaps best be described as awe-inspiring.
    Ex: Some of the books recently published in the field of automotive engineering can perhaps best be described as awe-inspiring.
    Ex: Today's imposing array of courses is seen as a worthy monument to the efforts of those who have given so much to education for librarianship.
    Ex: This breathtaking building is 213 meters long and has over 300 windows.
    Ex: He is a skillful raconteur, his writing is wonderfully entertaining and his message is controversial, bedazzling, savvy, disquieting... yet optimistic.
    Ex: It asserts that the answer to the problems relating to the astonishing growth of great research libraries lies in large-scale interlibrary cooperation.
    Ex: There were some quite spectacular success stories reported of SLIS exporting their IT talents to the rest of the institution.
    Ex: In the sometimes frenetic push towards the somewhat awesome concept of Universal Bibliographic Control (UBC), the library needs of the nonscholar are easily overlooked.
    Ex: We will stop along the way to visit towering forests, waterfalls and scenic lakes.
    * de un modo impresionante = impressively.
    * paisaje impresionante = breathtaking scenery.
    * vista impresionante = breathtaking view.

    * * *
    ‹éxito› amazing, incredible; ‹accidente› horrific
    había una vista impresionante desde el hotel there was a spectacular o an amazing view from the hotel
    había una cantidad impresionante de gente there was an amazing o incredible number of people there
    la caída del dólar fue impresionante the dollar's fall was dramatic
    * * *

     

    impresionante adjetivo ‹éxito/cantidad/paisaje amazing, incredible;
    accidente horrific
    impresionante adjetivo
    1 (admirable) impressive, striking: contemplamos un paisaje impresionante, we contemplated the astonishing landscape
    (sobrecogedor) shocking: sufrió un impresionante accidente, she had a horrific accident
    2 (intensificador) fue una metedura de pata impresionante, it was a terrible blunder
    tengo unas ganas impresionantes de verte, I can hardly wait to see you
    ' impresionante' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ciega
    - ciego
    - conquistar
    - espectáculo
    - formidable
    - imponente
    - cantidad
    English:
    awe-inspiring
    - awesome
    - breathtaking
    - effective
    - imposing
    - impressive
    - impressively
    - mighty
    - spectacular
    - stunning
    - towering
    - awe
    - breath
    - cool
    * * *
    1. [asombroso, extraordinario] amazing, astonishing;
    tuvo un éxito impresionante it was amazingly successful
    2. [conmovedor] moving;
    era impresionante verlos sufrir it was terrible to watch them suffer
    3. [maravilloso] impressive;
    una puesta de sol impresionante an impressive o spectacular sunset
    4. [grande] enormous;
    hace un frío impresionante it's absolutely freezing
    * * *
    adj impressive
    * * *
    : impressive, incredible, amazing
    * * *
    1. (admirable) impressive
    2. (sorprendente) amazing / incredible
    3. (muy grande) terrible

    Spanish-English dictionary > impresionante

  • 238 improvisación

    f.
    improvisation, ad-lib, invention, extemporization.
    * * *
    1 improvisation
    * * *
    SF [de acción] improvisation; (Mús) extemporization; (Teat) ad-lib
    * * *
    femenino ( acción) improvisation; ( actuación) impromptu performance
    * * *
    Ex. Scenes from books done in polished improvisations, for instance, or puppet plays adapted from stories are just right.
    * * *
    femenino ( acción) improvisation; ( actuación) impromptu performance
    * * *

    Ex: Scenes from books done in polished improvisations, for instance, or puppet plays adapted from stories are just right.

    * * *
    (acción) improvisation; (actuación) impromptu performance
    * * *

    improvisación sustantivo femenino ( acción) improvisation;
    ( actuación) impromptu performance
    improvisación sustantivo femenino improvisation
    Mús impromptu, extemporization
    ' improvisación' also found in these entries:
    English:
    improvisation
    - jam session
    * * *
    improvisation
    * * *
    f improvisation
    * * *
    improvisación nf, pl - ciones : improvisation, ad-lib

    Spanish-English dictionary > improvisación

  • 239 inaudito

    adj.
    unheard-of, amazing, incredible, unbelievable.
    * * *
    1 (nunca oído) unheard-of
    2 (monstruoso) outrageous
    * * *
    ADJ [gen] unheard-of; (=sin precedente) unprecedented; (=increíble) outrageous
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo <decisión/suceso> unprecedented
    * * *
    = unheard of, unprecedented, unheard.
    Ex. Hypermedia offers unheard of opportunities to gain insight into the way young people perceive, process and use information.
    Ex. We might next note the unprecedented success of the Library of Congress' MARC Distribution Service, which provides authoritative, quality cataloging data in machine-readable, and hence, machine-manipulatable, form.
    Ex. As professionals are informed about the often unspoken and unheard stories relating to hearing loss, they can then serve with greater knowledge, empathy, and hope.
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo <decisión/suceso> unprecedented
    * * *
    = unheard of, unprecedented, unheard.

    Ex: Hypermedia offers unheard of opportunities to gain insight into the way young people perceive, process and use information.

    Ex: We might next note the unprecedented success of the Library of Congress' MARC Distribution Service, which provides authoritative, quality cataloging data in machine-readable, and hence, machine-manipulatable, form.
    Ex: As professionals are informed about the often unspoken and unheard stories relating to hearing loss, they can then serve with greater knowledge, empathy, and hope.

    * * *
    ‹decisión/suceso› unprecedented
    alcanza límites inauditos it is beyond belief
    * * *

    inaudito
    ◊ -ta adjetivo ‹decisión/suceso unprecedented

    inaudito,-a adjetivo
    1 (insólito) unprecedented
    2 fig (inaceptable) outrageous: me contestó con una grosería inaudita, she responded discourteously

    ' inaudito' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    inaudita
    English:
    unheard-of
    - unprecedented
    * * *
    inaudito, -a adj
    unprecedented, unheard-of;
    ¡esto es inaudito! [expresa indignación] this is outrageous o unheard-of!
    * * *
    adj unprecedented
    * * *
    inaudito, -ta adj
    : unheard-of, unprecedented

    Spanish-English dictionary > inaudito

  • 240 incorporación

    f.
    1 incorporation, joining, appending, inclusion.
    2 incorporated item, included item.
    3 incorporation, incorporation of a company.
    * * *
    1 (llegada) arrival; (inclusión) inclusion; (unión) joining
    2 (del cuerpo) sitting-up
    * * *
    SF [gen] incorporation; [a filas] enlisting, enlistment

    "sueldo a convenir, incorporación inmediata" — "salary negotiable, start immediately"

    * * *
    femenino incorporation

    buen sueldo, incorporación inmediata — good salary, to start immediately

    * * *
    = incorporation, accession, entry, addition.
    Ex. The incorporation of such features into a system would permit us to create a machine-based catalog rather than a reference file of bibliographic records.
    Ex. The documents concerning the accession of Greece to the European Communities were published in the official journal in 1979.
    Ex. The entry, change, and extraction of word and phrases from abstracts is described in detail in Chapter 9.
    Ex. A scheme should allow expansion, to permit the additions of new subjects or more specific subdivision of existing subjects.
    ----
    * incorporación social = social inclusion.
    * * *
    femenino incorporation

    buen sueldo, incorporación inmediata — good salary, to start immediately

    * * *
    = incorporation, accession, entry, addition.

    Ex: The incorporation of such features into a system would permit us to create a machine-based catalog rather than a reference file of bibliographic records.

    Ex: The documents concerning the accession of Greece to the European Communities were published in the official journal in 1979.
    Ex: The entry, change, and extraction of word and phrases from abstracts is described in detail in Chapter 9.
    Ex: A scheme should allow expansion, to permit the additions of new subjects or more specific subdivision of existing subjects.
    * incorporación social = social inclusion.

    * * *
    incorporation
    excelente remuneración. Incorporación inmediata excellent salary. To start immediately
    * * *

     

    incorporación sustantivo femenino
    incorporation
    incorporación sustantivo femenino incorporation [a, into]
    ' incorporación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    entrada
    * * *
    [unión, adición] incorporation (a into);
    la escasa incorporación de la mujer al mercado laboral the low number of women in the labour market;
    su incorporación tendrá lugar el día 31 [a un puesto] she starts work on the 31st;
    la incorporación a filas de los nuevos reclutas tendrá lugar la próxima semana the new recruits will start their military service next week
    * * *
    f incorporation
    * * *
    incorporación nf, pl - ciones : incorporation

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