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  • 1 a manos de

    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
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    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a manos de

  • 2 aludir

    v.
    to insinuate, to hint, to suggest, to quote.
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    1 to allude (a, to), mention (a, -), refer (a, to)
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    VI

    aludir a — to allude to, mention

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    verbo intransitivo

    aludir a alguien/algo — to refer to somebody/something, allude to somebody/something

    b) ( mencionar)

    aludir a alguien/algo — to refer to somebody/something, mention somebody/something

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    = intone, hint.
    Ex. Also in 1876 the concept of the librarian as educator, frequently intoned in recent decades, began to take shape.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
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    * aludir a = allude to, hint at, make + reference to.
    * aludir a una idea = allude to + idea.
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    verbo intransitivo

    aludir a alguien/algo — to refer to somebody/something, allude to somebody/something

    b) ( mencionar)

    aludir a alguien/algo — to refer to somebody/something, mention somebody/something

    * * *
    = intone, hint.

    Ex: Also in 1876 the concept of the librarian as educator, frequently intoned in recent decades, began to take shape.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    * aludir a = allude to, hint at, make + reference to.
    * aludir a una idea = allude to + idea.

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    aludir [I1 ]
    vi
    1 (sin nombrar) aludir A algn/algo to refer TO sb/sth, allude TO sb/sth
    2 (mencionar) aludir A algn/algo to refer TO sb/sth, mention sb/sth
    no aludió a la cuestión de las licencias she didn't refer to o mention the question of the licenses
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    aludir ( conjugate aludir) verbo intransitivo
    a) ( sin nombrar) aludir a algn/algo to refer to sb/sth, allude to sb/sth;


    no se dio por aludido he didn't take the hint
    b) ( mencionar) aludir a algn/algo to refer to sb/sth, mention sb/sth

    aludir verbo intransitivo to allude to, mention
    ' aludir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    referirse
    - dar
    English:
    dig
    - refer to
    - allude
    - refer
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    aludir vi
    1.
    aludir a algo/alguien [sin mencionar] to allude to sth/sb
    2.
    aludir a algo/alguien [mencionando] to refer to sth/sb;
    en el discurso evitó aludir a los impuestos he avoided mentioning taxes in his speech
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    v/i
    :
    aludir a algo allude to sth
    * * *
    aludir vi
    : to allude, to refer

    Spanish-English dictionary > aludir

  • 3 dar a entender

    (v.) = give to + understand, hint, send + a clear signal that, lull + Nombre + into thinking, insinuate, intimate
    Ex. I am given to understand that the overall cooling costs in a library building such as mine are greater than the total heating costs.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Schools that have dropped the word 'library' from their names are sending a clear signal that they want to disassociate themselves from the library profession.
    Ex. One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
    Ex. Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex. Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
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    (v.) = give to + understand, hint, send + a clear signal that, lull + Nombre + into thinking, insinuate, intimate

    Ex: I am given to understand that the overall cooling costs in a library building such as mine are greater than the total heating costs.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: Schools that have dropped the word 'library' from their names are sending a clear signal that they want to disassociate themselves from the library profession.
    Ex: One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
    Ex: Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex: Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar a entender

  • 4 dejar claro

    v.
    to make clear.
    María aclarará los puntos mañMaría Mary will clarify the points tomorrow.
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    (v.) = make + it + clear, hammer + home + message, make + plain, send + a clear signal that
    Ex. Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. The most recent book on the subject, almost fifty years later, makes it plain that the situation is unchanged.
    Ex. Schools that have dropped the word 'library' from their names are sending a clear signal that they want to disassociate themselves from the library profession.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + it + clear, hammer + home + message, make + plain, send + a clear signal that

    Ex: Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: The most recent book on the subject, almost fifty years later, makes it plain that the situation is unchanged.
    Ex: Schools that have dropped the word 'library' from their names are sending a clear signal that they want to disassociate themselves from the library profession.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar claro

  • 5 dejar entrever

    v.
    to insinuate, to imply.
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    to hint
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    (v.) = provide + a glimpse of, hint, insinuate, hint at, give + a hint, intimate
    Ex. Close attention to the role of the computer specialist provides a glimpse of the world behind the reference desk.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex. It was the first time the Mr Blair had even hinted at military action and his words are likely to alarm Labour MPs.
    Ex. Mum's the word: Weis not giving hints on the player's future.
    Ex. Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
    * * *
    (v.) = provide + a glimpse of, hint, insinuate, hint at, give + a hint, intimate

    Ex: Close attention to the role of the computer specialist provides a glimpse of the world behind the reference desk.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex: It was the first time the Mr Blair had even hinted at military action and his words are likely to alarm Labour MPs.
    Ex: Mum's the word: Weis not giving hints on the player's future.
    Ex: Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar entrever

  • 6 enojado

    adj.
    1 angry, furious, cross, mad.
    2 furious, angry, irate.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: enojar.
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    1→ link=enojar enojar
    1 angry, cross
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    (f. - enojada)
    adj.
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    ADJ angry, cross, mad (EEUU)

    dijo, enojado — he said angrily

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    - da adjetivo (esp AmL) angry, mad (esp AmE colloq); ( en menor grado) annoyed, cross (BrE colloq)

    esta enojado contigo — he`s angry/annoyed with you

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    = annoyed, irate, upset, angry [angrier -comp., angriest -sup.], in a rage, angrily, crossly, irritated, pissed off, ill-humoured [ill-humored, -USA], exasperated, miffed, out of anger, in a grouch.
    Ex. Your exaggerated coughs and annoyed looks and the oh so dramatic flailing about of your hands and arms when he lights up drive him up a wall.
    Ex. First, Sholom Aleichem I recently spent something like twenty minutes talking over the telephone with a suitably irate and properly frustrated borrower.
    Ex. He had never seen the children's librarian so upset.
    Ex. The irate patron stance is characterised by very erect posture, an angry facial expression, sustained eye contact, dilated pupils, emphatic head nods, and in rare cases, clenched fists.
    Ex. When a library user comes to the reference desk in frustration and desperation -- perhaps in a rage or in tears, it is often an unforgettable (and sometimes unpleasant) opportunity to test one's problem-solving abilities and diplomatic talents.
    Ex. 'Look!' he growled angrily.
    Ex. 'Justine refuses to work in your department, Muriel, if it involves overtime,' she said crossly.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Pissed Off: The Ethnography of a Heavy Metal Musician'.
    Ex. The presence of this irony in ill-humored short articles from various journalistic sources is described.
    Ex. He was drumming on his desk with exasperated fingers, his mouth quirked at the corners, as if saying: 'Wriggle out of that!'.
    Ex. These are just superfluous rantings of miffed children.
    Ex. If either spouse on rare occasions out of frustration or anger slams a door or speaks angry words is it fair to label he or she as an abuser?.
    Ex. Life is too short to be in a grouch all the time.
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    * enojado al máximo = mad as hell.
    * estar enojado = get + Posesivo + knickers in a twist, get + Posesivo + knickers in a bundle, get + Posesivo + panties in a bundle.
    * irse enojado dando zapatazos = stomp away.
    * salir enojado dando zapatazos = stomp out of.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo (esp AmL) angry, mad (esp AmE colloq); ( en menor grado) annoyed, cross (BrE colloq)

    esta enojado contigo — he`s angry/annoyed with you

    * * *
    = annoyed, irate, upset, angry [angrier -comp., angriest -sup.], in a rage, angrily, crossly, irritated, pissed off, ill-humoured [ill-humored, -USA], exasperated, miffed, out of anger, in a grouch.

    Ex: Your exaggerated coughs and annoyed looks and the oh so dramatic flailing about of your hands and arms when he lights up drive him up a wall.

    Ex: First, Sholom Aleichem I recently spent something like twenty minutes talking over the telephone with a suitably irate and properly frustrated borrower.
    Ex: He had never seen the children's librarian so upset.
    Ex: The irate patron stance is characterised by very erect posture, an angry facial expression, sustained eye contact, dilated pupils, emphatic head nods, and in rare cases, clenched fists.
    Ex: When a library user comes to the reference desk in frustration and desperation -- perhaps in a rage or in tears, it is often an unforgettable (and sometimes unpleasant) opportunity to test one's problem-solving abilities and diplomatic talents.
    Ex: 'Look!' he growled angrily.
    Ex: 'Justine refuses to work in your department, Muriel, if it involves overtime,' she said crossly.
    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: The article is entitled ' Pissed Off: The Ethnography of a Heavy Metal Musician'.
    Ex: The presence of this irony in ill-humored short articles from various journalistic sources is described.
    Ex: He was drumming on his desk with exasperated fingers, his mouth quirked at the corners, as if saying: 'Wriggle out of that!'.
    Ex: These are just superfluous rantings of miffed children.
    Ex: If either spouse on rare occasions out of frustration or anger slams a door or speaks angry words is it fair to label he or she as an abuser?.
    Ex: Life is too short to be in a grouch all the time.
    * enojado al máximo = mad as hell.
    * estar enojado = get + Posesivo + knickers in a twist, get + Posesivo + knickers in a bundle, get + Posesivo + panties in a bundle.
    * irse enojado dando zapatazos = stomp away.
    * salir enojado dando zapatazos = stomp out of.

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    enojado -da
    ( esp AmL) angry, mad ( colloq); (en menor grado) annoyed, cross ( BrE colloq)
    —de ninguna manera —contestó enojado certainly not! he replied angrily
    están enojados y no se hablan they've fallen out o they've had an argument and they aren't speaking to each other
    estar enojado CON algn to be angry/annoyed WITH sb
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    Del verbo enojar: ( conjugate enojar)

    enojado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    enojado    
    enojar
    enojado
    ◊ -da adjetivo (esp AmL) angry, mad (esp AmE colloq);


    ( en menor grado) annoyed, cross (BrE colloq);
    está enojado contigo he`s angry/annoyed with you;

    están enojados they've fallen out
    enojar ( conjugate enojar) verbo transitivo (esp AmL) to make … angry;

    ( en menor grado) to annoy
    enojarse verbo pronominal (esp AmL) to get angry, get mad (esp AmE colloq);
    ( en menor grado) to get annoyed, get cross (BrE colloq);
    enojadose con algn to get angry/annoyed with sb
    enojado,-a adjetivo angry
    enojar verbo transitivo to anger, annoy
    ' enojado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    enojada
    - picada
    - picado
    - arisco
    - arrecho
    - bravo
    - contrariado
    - encarado
    English:
    stamp
    - angry
    - annoyed
    - cross
    - vexed
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    enojado, -a adj
    esp Am [irritado] angry; [molesto] annoyed;
    estar enojado con alguien to be angry/annoyed with sb;
    está enojada con sus padres she's angry/annoyed with her parents;
    estoy muy enojado contigo I'm very angry/annoyed with you;
    estar enojado por algo to be angry/annoyed about sth;
    están enojados desde hace años they've been on bad terms with one another for years
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    adj L.Am.
    angry
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    enojado, -da adj
    1) : annoyed
    2) : angry, mad
    * * *
    enojado adj annoyed

    Spanish-English dictionary > enojado

  • 7 hacer ver claramente

    (v.) = hammer + home + message, show + clearly
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. The results show clearly that occupational prestige does not depend upon salary or money factors (teaching being ranked second only to medical doctor).
    * * *
    (v.) = hammer + home + message, show + clearly

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.

    Ex: The results show clearly that occupational prestige does not depend upon salary or money factors (teaching being ranked second only to medical doctor).

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer ver claramente

  • 8 insinuar

    v.
    to hint at, to insinuate.
    ¿qué insinúas? what are you suggesting?
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    Conjugation model [ ACTUAR], like link=actuar actuar
    1 to insinuate, hint
    ¿qué insinuas? what are you insinuating?
    1 (amorosamente) to a pass (a, at)
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    verb
    to hint, insinuate
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    1. VT
    1) (=sugerir) to insinuate, hint at

    insinuar que... — to insinuate o imply that...

    2)
    3)
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to insinuate, hint at
    2.
    insinuarse v pron
    1) barba to begin to show; problema/síntoma to become apparent
    2)

    insinuársele a alguien — to make advances to somebody, to make a pass at somebody

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    = suggest, hint, imply, insinuate, drop + a hint, intimate.
    Ex. In effect, we'd be suggesting to them we don't have the book.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Omission does not imply that those areas are not important.
    Ex. Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex. Presidents who manage by dropping hints sometimes devise little tests to see if their executives can read their minds.
    Ex. Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
    ----
    * insinuarse = throw + hints.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to insinuate, hint at
    2.
    insinuarse v pron
    1) barba to begin to show; problema/síntoma to become apparent
    2)

    insinuársele a alguien — to make advances to somebody, to make a pass at somebody

    * * *
    = suggest, hint, imply, insinuate, drop + a hint, intimate.

    Ex: In effect, we'd be suggesting to them we don't have the book.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: Omission does not imply that those areas are not important.
    Ex: Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex: Presidents who manage by dropping hints sometimes devise little tests to see if their executives can read their minds.
    Ex: Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
    * insinuarse = throw + hints.

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    vt
    to imply, hint at; (algo ofensivo) to insinuate
    insinuó que le había mentido she insinuated that I had lied to her
    ¿qué estás insinuando? what are you insinuating o suggesting o implying?
    no lo dijo claramente pero lo insinuó he didn't say it straight out but he hinted at it
    A «barba» to begin to show; «problema/síntoma» to become apparent
    apenas si se insinuó una sonrisa en su rostro there was the merest suggestion of a smile on her face
    B
    insinuársele a algn to make advances to sb, to make a pass at sb
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    insinuar ( conjugate insinuar) verbo transitivo
    to imply, hint at;
    ( algo ofensivo) to insinuate
    insinuarse verbo pronominal:

    insinuar verbo transitivo to insinuate

    ' insinuar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bosquejar
    English:
    get at
    - hint
    - imply
    - insinuate
    - suggest
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    vt
    to hint at, to insinuate;
    ¿qué insinúas? what are you suggesting o insinuating?;
    insinuó que había sido culpa mía she implied it had been my fault
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    v/t insinuate
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    insinuar {3} vt
    : to insinuate, to hint at
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    1. (en general) to hint
    2. (algo desagradable) to insinuate
    ¿qué insinúas? what are you insinuating?

    Spanish-English dictionary > insinuar

  • 9 irritado

    adj.
    1 irritated, angry, furious, annoyed.
    2 irritated, itchy, inflamed, sore.
    3 feverish.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: irritar.
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    ADJ
    1) (=enfadado) irritated
    2) [piel] irritated
    * * *
    = sore, irritated, exasperated, testy [testier -comp., testiest -sup.].
    Ex. The article 'A site for sore eyes' explains elements in a Web site that will ensure that users will want to use it: aesthetics, navigation, graphics tools, etc..
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. He was drumming on his desk with exasperated fingers, his mouth quirked at the corners, as if saying: 'Wriggle out of that!'.
    Ex. We're assailed by doubts, mortified by our own shortcomings, surrounded by freaks, testy over silly details.
    ----
    * ojos irritados = bloodshot eyes.
    * * *
    = sore, irritated, exasperated, testy [testier -comp., testiest -sup.].

    Ex: The article 'A site for sore eyes' explains elements in a Web site that will ensure that users will want to use it: aesthetics, navigation, graphics tools, etc..

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: He was drumming on his desk with exasperated fingers, his mouth quirked at the corners, as if saying: 'Wriggle out of that!'.
    Ex: We're assailed by doubts, mortified by our own shortcomings, surrounded by freaks, testy over silly details.
    * ojos irritados = bloodshot eyes.

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    irritado, -a adj
    1. [persona] irritated, annoyed
    2. [garganta] sore;
    tengo la piel irritada I've got a rash

    Spanish-English dictionary > irritado

  • 10 misteriosamente

    adv.
    mysteriously, secretly.
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    1 mysteriously
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    = darkly, inexplicably, mysteriously, unaccountably, uncannily.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Inexplicably, principals rated instruction 7th in importance out of 10 librarian's skills, but they expected librarians to spend more time on instruction than on any other library function.
    Ex. A book not available in October which is eventually delivered in the January following mysteriously becomes less needed by the students over a period of three months.
    Ex. Due to the recent political and economic changes began issues of well-known periodicals have been delayed or unaccountably stopped coming.
    Ex. Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.
    * * *
    = darkly, inexplicably, mysteriously, unaccountably, uncannily.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.

    Ex: Inexplicably, principals rated instruction 7th in importance out of 10 librarian's skills, but they expected librarians to spend more time on instruction than on any other library function.
    Ex: A book not available in October which is eventually delivered in the January following mysteriously becomes less needed by the students over a period of three months.
    Ex: Due to the recent political and economic changes began issues of well-known periodicals have been delayed or unaccountably stopped coming.
    Ex: Sawyer's works are at once uncomfortably personal and uncannily universal.

    * * *
    mysteriously
    * * *

    misteriosamente adverbio mysteriously, enigmatically, strangely: misteriosamente, nadie se había percatado de que no estaba allí, strangely, nobody had noticed that she wasn't there
    * * *
    mysteriously

    Spanish-English dictionary > misteriosamente

  • 11 ocultamente

    adv.
    secretly, hiddenly.
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    ADV (=secretamente) secretly; (=misteriosamente) mysteriously; (=furtivamente) stealthily
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    = darkly.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    * * *

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ocultamente

  • 12 sugerir

    v.
    1 to suggest.
    ¿qué sugieres que hagamos? what do you suggest we do?
    sugirió que diéramos una vuelta he suggested we (should) go for a walk
    Esta escultura sugiere un ave This sculpture suggest a bird.
    2 to evoke.
    ¿qué te sugiere este poema? what does this poem remind you of?
    3 to advise to, to suggest to.
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    Conjugation model [ HERVIR], like link=hervir hervir
    1 to suggest
    2 (insinuar) to hint, hint at
    3 (suscitar) to suggest, make think
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    verb
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    VT
    1) (=proponer) to suggest

    ¿tú qué me sugieres? — what do you suggest?

    sugerir hacer algo — to suggest doing sth

    yo sugiero empezar más temprano — I suggest that we begin earlier, I suggest beginning earlier

    sugerir a algn que + subjun

    2) (=insinuar) to hint at, suggest

    sugirió la posibilidad de que el ministro dimitiera — he hinted at the possibility of the minister resigning, he suggested the possibility that the Minister would resign

    3) (=indicar) to suggest

    los hallazgos arqueológicos sugieren la existencia de un asentamiento anterior — the archaeological finds suggest the existence of a previous settlement

    no es una novela histórica, como el título podría sugerir — it is not a historical novel, as the title might suggest

    4) (=evocar)

    la película me ha sugerido muchas cosas — the film was very thought-provoking, the film gave me much food for thought

    la idea que nos sugiere este nuevo producto — the idea conveyed by this new product, the image this new product calls to mind

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    verbo transitivo
    1) (aconsejar, proponer) to suggest

    sugiero dejarlo para mañanaI suggest we leave it o I suggest leaving it until tomorrow

    2) ( suscitar)

    ¿qué te sugiere este cuadro? — what does this picture make you think of?

    * * *
    = come up with, imply, make + recommendation, put forward, suggest, give + suggestions, make + suggestion, come forward with, hint, insinuate, put forth, bring forward, intimate.
    Ex. Derfer corroborated her: 'I'd be very proud of you if you could come up with the means to draft a model collection development policy'.
    Ex. Omission does not imply that those areas are not important.
    Ex. In its final report, however, the Working Group made a number of recommendations concerning the future direction of development relating to authorities.
    Ex. One of the key recommendations put forward in the programme was the confirmation of the responsibility of the national bibliographic agency for establishing the authoritative form of name for its country's.
    Ex. The references which are suggested are not obligatory, and references should be made as appropriate with regards to the item being indexed.
    Ex. Because CD rot can be hastened by many factors, including improper storage and handling during use, guidelines for disc care and suggestions for prolonging longevity are given.
    Ex. 'You don't waste any time making suggestions, do you?' said she, at length, musingly'.
    Ex. Neither pundit from the past, nor sage from the schools, neither authorised body nor inspired individual has come forward with a definition acceptable to all practising librarians as theirs and theirs alone, sharply defining them as a group.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex. Relevant cultural policy issues are explored, and recommendations are put forth for enhancing Canadian cultural sovereignty through book publishing.
    Ex. They also intend to bring forward legislation to provide that the maximum amount of compensation should be £500,000.
    Ex. Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
    ----
    * sugerir ideas = contribute + ideas, brainstorm.
    * sugerir la forma de = suggest + way in which.
    * sugerir una idea = advance + proposition, suggest + idea, float + concept.
    * sugerir una posibilidad = float + possibility.
    * sugerir unas directrices = put forward + recommendations.
    * sugerir una solución = suggest + solution.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) (aconsejar, proponer) to suggest

    sugiero dejarlo para mañanaI suggest we leave it o I suggest leaving it until tomorrow

    2) ( suscitar)

    ¿qué te sugiere este cuadro? — what does this picture make you think of?

    * * *
    = come up with, imply, make + recommendation, put forward, suggest, give + suggestions, make + suggestion, come forward with, hint, insinuate, put forth, bring forward, intimate.

    Ex: Derfer corroborated her: 'I'd be very proud of you if you could come up with the means to draft a model collection development policy'.

    Ex: Omission does not imply that those areas are not important.
    Ex: In its final report, however, the Working Group made a number of recommendations concerning the future direction of development relating to authorities.
    Ex: One of the key recommendations put forward in the programme was the confirmation of the responsibility of the national bibliographic agency for establishing the authoritative form of name for its country's.
    Ex: The references which are suggested are not obligatory, and references should be made as appropriate with regards to the item being indexed.
    Ex: Because CD rot can be hastened by many factors, including improper storage and handling during use, guidelines for disc care and suggestions for prolonging longevity are given.
    Ex: 'You don't waste any time making suggestions, do you?' said she, at length, musingly'.
    Ex: Neither pundit from the past, nor sage from the schools, neither authorised body nor inspired individual has come forward with a definition acceptable to all practising librarians as theirs and theirs alone, sharply defining them as a group.
    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex: Relevant cultural policy issues are explored, and recommendations are put forth for enhancing Canadian cultural sovereignty through book publishing.
    Ex: They also intend to bring forward legislation to provide that the maximum amount of compensation should be £500,000.
    Ex: Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
    * sugerir ideas = contribute + ideas, brainstorm.
    * sugerir la forma de = suggest + way in which.
    * sugerir una idea = advance + proposition, suggest + idea, float + concept.
    * sugerir una posibilidad = float + possibility.
    * sugerir unas directrices = put forward + recommendations.
    * sugerir una solución = suggest + solution.

    * * *
    vt
    A (aconsejar, proponer) to suggest
    no sé qué comprarle ¿qué me sugieres? I don't know what to buy her, what do you suggest?
    les sugerí una visita al museo I suggested going to the museum, I suggested a visit to the museum
    sugerirle a algn QUE + SUBJ:
    me sugirió que consultara con un especialista he suggested that I (should) consult a specialist
    sugerir + INF:
    sugiero dejarlo para mañana I suggest we leave it o I suggest leaving it until tomorrow
    sugirió volver a escribirle she suggested that we (should) write to him again
    B (suscitar) ‹idea/pensamiento›
    ¿qué te sugiere este cuadro? what does this picture make you think of?, what does this picture suggest to you?
    aquel episodio le sugirió el tema de su próxima canción that incident gave him the idea for his next song
    * * *

     

    sugerir ( conjugate sugerir) verbo transitivo
    to suggest;

    ¿qué te sugiere este cuadro? what does this picture make you think of?
    sugerir verbo transitivo to suggest ➣ Ver nota en propose

    ' sugerir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    apuntar
    - inspirar
    - decir
    English:
    propose
    - suggest
    - suggestion
    * * *
    1. [proponer] to suggest;
    me sugirió visitar el país en verano he suggested I should visit the country in summer;
    ¿qué sugieres que hagamos? what do you suggest we do?;
    sugirió que diéramos una vuelta he suggested we (should) go for a walk
    2. [evocar] to evoke;
    ¿qué te sugiere este poema? what does this poem remind you of?;
    aquella batalla le sugirió el tema de su próximo libro that battle gave him the idea for his next book
    * * *
    v/t suggest
    * * *
    sugerir {76} vt
    1) proponer, recomendar: to suggest, to recommend, to propose
    2) : to suggest, to bring to mind
    * * *
    sugerir vb to suggest

    Spanish-English dictionary > sugerir

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