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  • 801 comunista

    adj.
    communist (politics).
    f. & m.
    1 Communist, advocate of communism as a philosophy of life, Commie, red.
    2 Communist, member of the Communist party.
    * * *
    1 communist
    1 communist
    * * *
    noun mf. adj.
    * * *
    1.
    2.
    * * *
    adjetivo/masculino y femenino communist
    * * *
    Ex. Libraries and their public relations policies were reorganised to reflect the communist ideology.
    ----
    * amenaza comunista, la = red scare, the, red menace, the.
    * anticomunista = anti-communist.
    * bloque comunista, el = Communist bloc, the.
    * régimen comunista = communist regime.
    * * *
    adjetivo/masculino y femenino communist
    * * *

    Ex: Libraries and their public relations policies were reorganised to reflect the communist ideology.

    * amenaza comunista, la = red scare, the, red menace, the.
    * anticomunista = anti-communist.
    * bloque comunista, el = Communist bloc, the.
    * régimen comunista = communist regime.

    * * *
    adj/mf
    communist
    * * *

    comunista adjetivo, masculino y femenino
    communist
    comunista adjetivo & mf communist
    ' comunista' also found in these entries:
    English:
    communist
    - red
    * * *
    adj
    communist
    nmf
    communist
    * * *
    m/f & adj Communist

    Spanish-English dictionary > comunista

  • 802 común

    adj.
    1 common, average, ordinary, commonplace.
    2 common, regular, everyday, usual.
    3 common, joint, general, group.
    * * *
    1 (gen) common
    2 (compartido) shared, communal
    3 (amigos) mutual
    1 the community
    1 PLÍTICA the Commons
    \
    fuera de lo común out of the ordinary
    hacer algo en común to do something jointly
    por lo común generally
    tener en común (parecerse) to have in common 2 (compartir) to share
    bien común common good
    el común de la gente the majority of people
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=compartido) [afición, intereses] common; [amigo] mutual

    tienen una serie de características comunes — they share a series of features, they have a series of common features o features in common

    común a algn/algo — common to sb/sth

    lo común a todas las democracias — what all democracies share in common, a feature common to all democracies

    2) (=colectivo) [causa, frente, espacio] common; [gastos] communal

    tener algo en común — to have sth in common

    hacer algo en común — to do sth together

    poner en común — [+ iniciativas, problemas] to share

    acuerdo 1), bien 4., 2), denominador, fosa, lugar 1), mercado, sentido 2., 1), b)
    3) (=frecuente) [enfermedad, opinión] common, widespread; [costumbre] widespread; [cualidad] common, ordinary

    común y corrienteperfectly ordinary

    fuera de lo común — exceptional, extraordinary

    tiene una voz única, algo fuera de lo común — she has a unique voice, quite exceptional o extraordinary

    por lo común — as a rule

    común y silvestre LAm perfectly ordinary

    delincuente, nombre 2)
    4) Esp (Educ) [asignatura] core
    2. SM
    1)

    el común de los mortales — ordinary mortals, any ordinary person

    2) * (=retrete) toilet, bathroom
    3) (Pol) [en el Reino Unido]
    * * *
    1)
    a) <intereses/características> common (before n); < amigo> mutual

    en común: no tenemos nada en común we have nothing in common; una cuenta bancaria en común a joint bank account; le hicimos un regalo en común we gave her a joint present; hicieron el trabajo en común they did the work together; no está acostumbrada a la vida en común con otras personas — she is not used to living with other people

    2) (corriente, frecuente) common

    común y corriente — (normal, nada especial) ordinary; < expresión> common

    es una casa común y corriente — it's just an ordinary house, the house is nothing special

    * * *
    = commonplace, common [commoner -comp., commonest -sup.], popular, run-of-the-mill, shared, standard, ubiquitous, collective, crosscutting [cross cutting], pooled, concerted, everyday, pervading, ordinary, communal, prosaic.
    Ex. Microfilm and microfiche formats are now commonplace in most libraries.
    Ex. When the cataloguer turns to the description of a piece of music a common problem will be the absence of a title page to be used as the chief source of information.
    Ex. Although the fifteenth edition met with some success, it was not generally popular.
    Ex. Guides are almost always worth thinking of as the first type of bibliography to search when it is a quick check of run-of-the-mill bibliographical facts which is required.
    Ex. A work of shared responsibility is one where the work has arisen from collaboration between two or more persons or corporative bodies.
    Ex. Photographs are normally kept in drawers of standard filing cabinets, with folders or pockets, or both.
    Ex. Worldwide, however, the printed book is still the most ubiquitous source of record = Sin embargo, el libro impreso es aún en todo el mundo la fuente de información escrita más común.
    Ex. 'I'm really not trying to put anyone on the spot and, frankly, I'm not too surprised and only a little disappointed at your collective ignorance,' he commented.
    Ex. The plan comprises over twenty projects addressing the partnership's three priority themes -- access, empowerment and governance -- and four crosscutting issues -- youth, the media, gender and local (community-based) knowledge.
    Ex. A group of 64 libraries realised substantial cost reductions by joining in a pooled fund to self-insure for unemployment compensation.
    Ex. There is an obvious need for a concerted and deliberate study of US information policy-making.
    Ex. We have too much invested, and the new systems too intimately integrated into the everyday operation of the library, for us to assume any longer that we can temper their influence on emerging standards.
    Ex. While not addressing specific issues the rejoinder focuses on a few pervading themes.
    Ex. Control is exercised over which terms are used, but otherwise the terms are ordinary words.
    Ex. Excavation in Qumran suggests that the people were organised on a highly communal basis and adept in the art of pottery and bookmaking.
    Ex. Take the prosaic problem of the great department store.
    ----
    * aura común = turkey vulture.
    * auxiliar común = common auxiliary.
    * bien común, el = common good, the, common wealth, the.
    * calderón común = pilot whale.
    * Cámara de los Comunes, la = House of Commons, the.
    * comunidad de prácticas comunes = community of practice.
    * común, lo = standard practice, the.
    * común y corriente = unremarkable.
    * crear un fondo común de conocimientos = pool + knowledge.
    * crear un fondo común de experiencias profesionales = pool + expertise.
    * creencia común = common belief.
    * demasiado poco común = all too rare.
    * Denominación Común de Productos Industriales (NIPRO) = Common Nomenclature of Industrial Products (NIPRO).
    * denominador común = common thread.
    * en común con = in common with.
    * encontrar cosas comunes = find + common ground.
    * enfermedad poco común = rare disease.
    * espacio público común = commons.
    * experiencia profesional común = pool of expertise.
    * faceta común = common facet.
    * fondo común de conocimientos = pool of knowledge, pool of expertise.
    * fondo común de inversión = mutual fund.
    * fosa común = mass grave.
    * fuera de lo común = eccentric, odd, unordinary, out of the ordinary, a cut above the rest, a cut above.
    * gente común, la = ordinary people, common people, the.
    * gente común y corriente, la = common people, the.
    * hacer un frente común = stand up as + one.
    * harina común = all-purpose flour, plain flour.
    * interés común = shared interest.
    * intereses comunes = community of interest.
    * lechuza común = barn owl.
    * Lenguaje Común de Instrucción de EURONET = EURONET Common Command Language.
    * lo poco común = rarity, rareness.
    * lugar común de alimentación = feeding ground.
    * lugar común de encuentro = meeting ground.
    * más común = mainstream.
    * Mercado Común, el = Common Market, the.
    * nombre común = common name.
    * normas comunes = standard practices.
    * palabra común = common word.
    * persona común = ordinary person.
    * poco común = rare, unfamiliar, unusual, uncommon, unordinary, out of the ordinary.
    * práctica común = common practice.
    * práctica común, la = normal pattern, the.
    * proyecto en común = joint effort.
    * puntos comunes = common ground.
    * que era común anteriormente = once-common.
    * que fue común antes = once-common.
    * qué poco común = how odd.
    * resfriado común, el = common cold, the.
    * rorcual común = fin whale.
    * salón común = common room.
    * sentido común = common sense, good judgement, judgement [judgment], good sense.
    * ser algo común = be a fact of life, dominate + the scene, become + a common feature, be a part of life.
    * ser algo poco común = be the exception rather than the rule.
    * ser común = be the case (with).
    * ser demasiado común = be all too common.
    * subdivisión común = common subdivision.
    * subencabezamiento común = free-floating subdivision.
    * tener Algo en común = have + Nombre + in common, share + Nombre + in common.
    * tener características en común = share + similarities.
    * tener cosas en común = share + common ground.
    * tener en común = hold in + common, tread + common ground.
    * título común = common title.
    * trabajar en común = interwork, pull together.
    * trabajo en común = interworking.
    * * *
    1)
    a) <intereses/características> common (before n); < amigo> mutual

    en común: no tenemos nada en común we have nothing in common; una cuenta bancaria en común a joint bank account; le hicimos un regalo en común we gave her a joint present; hicieron el trabajo en común they did the work together; no está acostumbrada a la vida en común con otras personas — she is not used to living with other people

    2) (corriente, frecuente) common

    común y corriente — (normal, nada especial) ordinary; < expresión> common

    es una casa común y corriente — it's just an ordinary house, the house is nothing special

    * * *
    = commonplace, common [commoner -comp., commonest -sup.], popular, run-of-the-mill, shared, standard, ubiquitous, collective, crosscutting [cross cutting], pooled, concerted, everyday, pervading, ordinary, communal, prosaic.

    Ex: Microfilm and microfiche formats are now commonplace in most libraries.

    Ex: When the cataloguer turns to the description of a piece of music a common problem will be the absence of a title page to be used as the chief source of information.
    Ex: Although the fifteenth edition met with some success, it was not generally popular.
    Ex: Guides are almost always worth thinking of as the first type of bibliography to search when it is a quick check of run-of-the-mill bibliographical facts which is required.
    Ex: A work of shared responsibility is one where the work has arisen from collaboration between two or more persons or corporative bodies.
    Ex: Photographs are normally kept in drawers of standard filing cabinets, with folders or pockets, or both.
    Ex: Worldwide, however, the printed book is still the most ubiquitous source of record = Sin embargo, el libro impreso es aún en todo el mundo la fuente de información escrita más común.
    Ex: 'I'm really not trying to put anyone on the spot and, frankly, I'm not too surprised and only a little disappointed at your collective ignorance,' he commented.
    Ex: The plan comprises over twenty projects addressing the partnership's three priority themes -- access, empowerment and governance -- and four crosscutting issues -- youth, the media, gender and local (community-based) knowledge.
    Ex: A group of 64 libraries realised substantial cost reductions by joining in a pooled fund to self-insure for unemployment compensation.
    Ex: There is an obvious need for a concerted and deliberate study of US information policy-making.
    Ex: We have too much invested, and the new systems too intimately integrated into the everyday operation of the library, for us to assume any longer that we can temper their influence on emerging standards.
    Ex: While not addressing specific issues the rejoinder focuses on a few pervading themes.
    Ex: Control is exercised over which terms are used, but otherwise the terms are ordinary words.
    Ex: Excavation in Qumran suggests that the people were organised on a highly communal basis and adept in the art of pottery and bookmaking.
    Ex: Take the prosaic problem of the great department store.
    * aura común = turkey vulture.
    * auxiliar común = common auxiliary.
    * bien común, el = common good, the, common wealth, the.
    * calderón común = pilot whale.
    * Cámara de los Comunes, la = House of Commons, the.
    * comunidad de prácticas comunes = community of practice.
    * común, lo = standard practice, the.
    * común y corriente = unremarkable.
    * crear un fondo común de conocimientos = pool + knowledge.
    * crear un fondo común de experiencias profesionales = pool + expertise.
    * creencia común = common belief.
    * demasiado poco común = all too rare.
    * Denominación Común de Productos Industriales (NIPRO) = Common Nomenclature of Industrial Products (NIPRO).
    * denominador común = common thread.
    * en común con = in common with.
    * encontrar cosas comunes = find + common ground.
    * enfermedad poco común = rare disease.
    * espacio público común = commons.
    * experiencia profesional común = pool of expertise.
    * faceta común = common facet.
    * fondo común de conocimientos = pool of knowledge, pool of expertise.
    * fondo común de inversión = mutual fund.
    * fosa común = mass grave.
    * fuera de lo común = eccentric, odd, unordinary, out of the ordinary, a cut above the rest, a cut above.
    * gente común, la = ordinary people, common people, the.
    * gente común y corriente, la = common people, the.
    * hacer un frente común = stand up as + one.
    * harina común = all-purpose flour, plain flour.
    * interés común = shared interest.
    * intereses comunes = community of interest.
    * lechuza común = barn owl.
    * Lenguaje Común de Instrucción de EURONET = EURONET Common Command Language.
    * lo poco común = rarity, rareness.
    * lugar común de alimentación = feeding ground.
    * lugar común de encuentro = meeting ground.
    * más común = mainstream.
    * Mercado Común, el = Common Market, the.
    * nombre común = common name.
    * normas comunes = standard practices.
    * palabra común = common word.
    * persona común = ordinary person.
    * poco común = rare, unfamiliar, unusual, uncommon, unordinary, out of the ordinary.
    * práctica común = common practice.
    * práctica común, la = normal pattern, the.
    * proyecto en común = joint effort.
    * puntos comunes = common ground.
    * que era común anteriormente = once-common.
    * que fue común antes = once-common.
    * qué poco común = how odd.
    * resfriado común, el = common cold, the.
    * rorcual común = fin whale.
    * salón común = common room.
    * sentido común = common sense, good judgement, judgement [judgment], good sense.
    * ser algo común = be a fact of life, dominate + the scene, become + a common feature, be a part of life.
    * ser algo poco común = be the exception rather than the rule.
    * ser común = be the case (with).
    * ser demasiado común = be all too common.
    * subdivisión común = common subdivision.
    * subencabezamiento común = free-floating subdivision.
    * tener Algo en común = have + Nombre + in common, share + Nombre + in common.
    * tener características en común = share + similarities.
    * tener cosas en común = share + common ground.
    * tener en común = hold in + common, tread + common ground.
    * título común = common title.
    * trabajar en común = interwork, pull together.
    * trabajo en común = interworking.

    * * *
    A
    1 ‹intereses/características› common ( before n); ‹amigo› mutual
    trabajar por el bien común/un objetivo común to work for the common good/a common objective
    características comunes a toda la especie characteristics common to o shared by the whole species
    un sentimiento común a todos los hombres a sentiment shared by all mankind
    2 ( en locs):
    de común acuerdo by common consent
    lo decidimos de común acuerdo ( frml); it was decided by common agreement o consent
    se separaron de común acuerdo they separated by mutual agreement o common consent
    la decisión fue tomada de común acuerdo con nuestros aliados the decision was taken in agreement o ( frml) in concert with our allies
    en común: tienen una cuenta bancaria en común they have a joint bank account
    le hicimos un regalo en común we gave her a joint present
    no tengo nada en común con él I have nothing in common with him
    no está acostumbrada a la vida en común con otras personas she is not used to living with other people o to communal living
    B (corriente, frecuente) common
    Juan Gómez es un nombre muy común Juan Gómez is a very common name
    un modelo fuera de lo común a very unusual model
    no es común que un niño sepa leer a esa edad it is unusual for a child to be able to read at that age
    es común que haya inundaciones en esta zona flooding is frequent o common in this area
    tiene una inteligencia poco común she is unusually intelligent
    por lo común as a rule
    común y corriente or ( AmL) silvestre ordinary ( before n)
    una blusa común y silvestre a fairly ordinary blouse
    murió como el común de los mortales he died just like any common mortal o ordinary person
    * * *

     

    común adjetivo
    a)intereses/características common ( before n);

    amigo mutual
    b) ( en locs)


    de común acuerdo con algn in agreement with sb;
    en común ‹esfuerzo/regalo joint ( before n);
    no tenemos nada en común we have nothing in common
    c) (corriente, frecuente) common;


    un modelo fuera de lo común a very unusual model;
    común y corriente (normal, nada especial) ordinary
    común
    I adjetivo
    1 (frecuente) common, usual: es poco común, it's unusual
    2 (ordinario, corriente) ordinary
    3 (compartido) shared, communal: nos une un interés común, we are united by a common interest
    II sustantivo masculino GB Pol los Comunes, the Commons
    ♦ Locuciones: de común acuerdo, by common consent
    en común, (conjuntamente) hacer algo en común, to do sthg jointly
    (característica compartida) tienen varios rasgos en común, they have several characteristics in common
    por lo común, generally
    ' común' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acuerdo
    - baja
    - bajo
    - cabeza
    - contraponer
    - convivencia
    - corriente
    - dato
    - denominador
    - despertarse
    - fondo
    - fosa
    - irse
    - juicio
    - llevar
    - múltipla
    - múltiplo
    - permitirse
    - rara
    - raro
    - sentar
    - sentida
    - sentido
    - soler
    - tela
    - tópica
    - tópico
    - única
    - único
    - uniforme
    - unitaria
    - unitario
    - vista
    - visto
    - vulgar
    - delincuente
    - imponer
    - mercado
    - norma
    - peculiar
    - rareza
    - tino
    English:
    appeal
    - base
    - cause
    - common
    - common denominator
    - common sense
    - commonplace
    - crane
    - cure
    - deserve
    - enjoy
    - gumption
    - in
    - intend
    - iota
    - jointly
    - kitty
    - mass grave
    - modicum
    - mutual
    - ordinary
    - original
    - partnership
    - pool
    - prevalent
    - rank
    - reason
    - run-of-the-mill
    - sense
    - stand out
    - uncommon
    - unusual
    - cliché
    - communal
    - consent
    - garden
    - house
    - lowest common denominator
    - ounce
    - plain
    - platitude
    - rarity
    - run
    - share
    * * *
    adj
    1. [compartido] [amigo, interés] mutual;
    [bienes, pastos] communal;
    el bien común the common good;
    el motociclismo es nuestra afición común we both like motorcycling;
    ¿cómo llevan la vida en común? how are they finding living together?;
    hacer algo en común to do sth together;
    hacer algo de común acuerdo to do sth by mutual consent o agreement;
    es un rasgo común a todos los reptiles it's a characteristic shared by o common to all reptiles;
    pusimos nuestros recursos en común we pooled our resources;
    realizaron una puesta en común de lo observado they pooled their observations;
    tener algo en común to have sth in common;
    no tengo nada en común con ella I have nothing in common with her
    2. [habitual, normal] common;
    una enfermedad muy común en regiones tropicales a disease very common in tropical regions;
    es común que llueva en primavera it's normal for it to rain in spring, it often rains in spring;
    fuera de lo común out of the ordinary;
    poco común unusual;
    por lo común generally;
    común y corriente o Am [m5] silvestre run-of-the-mill;
    es una persona común y corriente he's a perfectly ordinary person
    3. [ordinario, vulgar] ordinary, average;
    un vino común an average o ordinary wine;
    una madera común a common type of wood
    nm
    como el común de los mortales like any ordinary person o common mortal
    * * *
    I adj common;
    poco común unusual, rare;
    por lo común generally;
    en común in common;
    tener algo en común have sth in common
    II m
    :
    el común de las gentes the common man
    * * *
    común adj, pl comunes
    1) : common
    2)
    común y corriente : ordinary, regular
    3)
    por lo común : generally, as a rule
    * * *
    común adj
    1. (en general) common
    2. (compartido) shared

    Spanish-English dictionary > común

  • 803 comúnmente

    adv.
    1 commonly, frequently.
    2 usually, generally, in the general run of things, normally.
    3 coarsely, commonly.
    * * *
    1 (normalmente) commonly, usually, generally; (frecuentemente) often
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. This recommendation asks the cataloguer to ascertain the name by which an author is commonly known.
    ----
    * comúnmente conocido = commonly known.
    * encontrado comúnmente = commonly-found.
    * fuera de las normas comúnmente aceptadas = beyond the pale.
    * usado comúnmente = commonly-found.
    * * *

    Ex: This recommendation asks the cataloguer to ascertain the name by which an author is commonly known.

    * comúnmente conocido = commonly known.
    * encontrado comúnmente = commonly-found.
    * fuera de las normas comúnmente aceptadas = beyond the pale.
    * usado comúnmente = commonly-found.

    * * *
    commonly
    comúnmente se lo conoce con el nombre de … it is commonly known as …
    * * *
    1. [generalmente] commonly, generally;
    comúnmente se lo conoce como papel de plata it is commonly known as silver paper
    2. [usualmente] usually, ordinarily
    * * *
    adv commonly
    * * *
    : commonly

    Spanish-English dictionary > comúnmente

  • 804 con cargo de conciencia

    (adj.) = remorseful
    Ex. All officers were remorseful about taking a life but all would make the same decision again if necessary.
    * * *
    (adj.) = remorseful

    Ex: All officers were remorseful about taking a life but all would make the same decision again if necessary.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con cargo de conciencia

  • 805 con desaliento

    = despondently, dispiritedly, hopelessly
    Ex. She stood up and said despondently: 'The die is cast; stake is life or death'.
    Ex. He stood on the muddy bank of the river just after dawn, staring dispiritedly at the roiling current separating him from Mexico.
    Ex. Woman, hopelessly left behind, remains in the rut of a past of which she herself knows but little.
    * * *
    = despondently, dispiritedly, hopelessly

    Ex: She stood up and said despondently: 'The die is cast; stake is life or death'.

    Ex: He stood on the muddy bank of the river just after dawn, staring dispiritedly at the roiling current separating him from Mexico.
    Ex: Woman, hopelessly left behind, remains in the rut of a past of which she herself knows but little.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con desaliento

  • 806 con desánimo

    = dejectedly, despondently
    Ex. 'We could send them letters, or distribute notices with their paychecks, or call them in -- there is no easy way' Bogardus sighed, dejectedly.
    Ex. She stood up and said despondently: 'The die is cast; stake is life or death'.
    * * *
    = dejectedly, despondently

    Ex: 'We could send them letters, or distribute notices with their paychecks, or call them in -- there is no easy way' Bogardus sighed, dejectedly.

    Ex: She stood up and said despondently: 'The die is cast; stake is life or death'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con desánimo

  • 807 con el corazón destrozado

    (adj.) = broken-hearted
    Ex. When we feel broken-hearted it is all too easy to wallow in the emptiness and pain and forget that as with everything in life this too shall pass.
    * * *

    Ex: When we feel broken-hearted it is all too easy to wallow in the emptiness and pain and forget that as with everything in life this too shall pass.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con el corazón destrozado

  • 808 con el corazón partido

    (adj.) = broken-hearted
    Ex. When we feel broken-hearted it is all too easy to wallow in the emptiness and pain and forget that as with everything in life this too shall pass.
    * * *

    Ex: When we feel broken-hearted it is all too easy to wallow in the emptiness and pain and forget that as with everything in life this too shall pass.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con el corazón partido

  • 809 con el corazón roto

    figurado heartbroken
    * * *
    (adj.) = broken-hearted
    Ex. When we feel broken-hearted it is all too easy to wallow in the emptiness and pain and forget that as with everything in life this too shall pass.
    * * *

    Ex: When we feel broken-hearted it is all too easy to wallow in the emptiness and pain and forget that as with everything in life this too shall pass.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con el corazón roto

  • 810 con el paso del tiempo

    = over the years, over time, with the passage of time, in due course, over a period of time, in the course of time, over the course of time, in the process of time, as time passed (by), as time passes (by), as time went by
    Ex. Thus, over the years it has been used to index reports, trade Literature, periodical articles and other similar documents.
    Ex. A search can be extended over time by cycling, that is, starting with a source document, identifying those documents which it cites, and then identifying those documents which the original cited document cites, and so on.
    Ex. Such recommendations can be viewed as attempts to shortcircuit a system which has creaked more noticeably with the passage of time.
    Ex. In due course, the following 19 ideas were found scribbled on six sheets of paper which were taped to the walls of the room.
    Ex. The vibration may cause the chips to work loose over a period of time, and if they have to be pushed back into their sockets, it is very easy to bend or break one of the 'legs'.
    Ex. This article presents Bradford's Law and some views on its applicability, development and modifications undergone in the course of time.
    Ex. These 'stages of development' in the life cycle of a company presage a turnaround situation for that company over the course of time.
    Ex. For we see that all things which, in the process of time, being created by the work of Divine Providence, were produced by the operation of God.
    Ex. As time passed by, she realised that most South Africans preferred orange squash to the bitter tangy taste of lemon squash.
    Ex. As time passes by, our collections grow ever larger and the problems of storage and retrieval become ever more pressing.
    Ex. As time went by, the colors started to fade and the paint began to flake from the heat and light of the sun.
    * * *
    = over the years, over time, with the passage of time, in due course, over a period of time, in the course of time, over the course of time, in the process of time, as time passed (by), as time passes (by), as time went by

    Ex: Thus, over the years it has been used to index reports, trade Literature, periodical articles and other similar documents.

    Ex: A search can be extended over time by cycling, that is, starting with a source document, identifying those documents which it cites, and then identifying those documents which the original cited document cites, and so on.
    Ex: Such recommendations can be viewed as attempts to shortcircuit a system which has creaked more noticeably with the passage of time.
    Ex: In due course, the following 19 ideas were found scribbled on six sheets of paper which were taped to the walls of the room.
    Ex: The vibration may cause the chips to work loose over a period of time, and if they have to be pushed back into their sockets, it is very easy to bend or break one of the 'legs'.
    Ex: This article presents Bradford's Law and some views on its applicability, development and modifications undergone in the course of time.
    Ex: These 'stages of development' in the life cycle of a company presage a turnaround situation for that company over the course of time.
    Ex: For we see that all things which, in the process of time, being created by the work of Divine Providence, were produced by the operation of God.
    Ex: As time passed by, she realised that most South Africans preferred orange squash to the bitter tangy taste of lemon squash.
    Ex: As time passes by, our collections grow ever larger and the problems of storage and retrieval become ever more pressing.
    Ex: As time went by, the colors started to fade and the paint began to flake from the heat and light of the sun.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con el paso del tiempo

  • 811 con el tiempo

    in the course of time, with time
    * * *
    = in time, over the years, with time, with the passage of time, eventually, in due course, over a period of time, in due time, over time, in the process of time, as time passed (by), as time passes (by), as time goes by, as time went by, by and by
    Ex. The census report clearly shows that the increase in foreign population is alarming, and that in time the preponderance in our city at least will be largerly in their favor.
    Ex. Thus, over the years it has been used to index reports, trade Literature, periodical articles and other similar documents.
    Ex. As a word drops out of vogue, the concept that it represents will, with time, gradually be described by a new term.
    Ex. Such recommendations can be viewed as attempts to shortcircuit a system which has creaked more noticeably with the passage of time.
    Ex. Eventually this work on citation orders came to fruition in the rather unlikely context of a new indexing systems, PRECIS.
    Ex. In due course, the following 19 ideas were found scribbled on six sheets of paper which were taped to the walls of the room.
    Ex. The vibration may cause the chips to work loose over a period of time, and if they have to be pushed back into their sockets, it is very easy to bend or break one of the 'legs'.
    Ex. Whatever carrier you use, for long-term preservation (over decades) you have to refresh and migrate data carriers in due time.
    Ex. A search can be extended over time by cycling, that is, starting with a source document, identifying those documents which it cites, and then identifying those documents which the original cited document cites, and so on.
    Ex. For we see that all things which, in the process of time, being created by the work of Divine Providence, were produced by the operation of God.
    Ex. As time passed by, she realised that most South Africans preferred orange squash to the bitter tangy taste of lemon squash.
    Ex. As time passes by, our collections grow ever larger and the problems of storage and retrieval become ever more pressing.
    Ex. As time goes by, the modern inventive mind multiplies these media and the bibliographical picture becomes increasingly complicated.
    Ex. As time went by, the colors started to fade and the paint began to flake from the heat and light of the sun.
    Ex. By and by Tom's reading and dreaming about princely life wrought such a strong effect upon him that he began to act the prince unconsciously.
    * * *
    = in time, over the years, with time, with the passage of time, eventually, in due course, over a period of time, in due time, over time, in the process of time, as time passed (by), as time passes (by), as time goes by, as time went by, by and by

    Ex: The census report clearly shows that the increase in foreign population is alarming, and that in time the preponderance in our city at least will be largerly in their favor.

    Ex: Thus, over the years it has been used to index reports, trade Literature, periodical articles and other similar documents.
    Ex: As a word drops out of vogue, the concept that it represents will, with time, gradually be described by a new term.
    Ex: Such recommendations can be viewed as attempts to shortcircuit a system which has creaked more noticeably with the passage of time.
    Ex: Eventually this work on citation orders came to fruition in the rather unlikely context of a new indexing systems, PRECIS.
    Ex: In due course, the following 19 ideas were found scribbled on six sheets of paper which were taped to the walls of the room.
    Ex: The vibration may cause the chips to work loose over a period of time, and if they have to be pushed back into their sockets, it is very easy to bend or break one of the 'legs'.
    Ex: Whatever carrier you use, for long-term preservation (over decades) you have to refresh and migrate data carriers in due time.
    Ex: A search can be extended over time by cycling, that is, starting with a source document, identifying those documents which it cites, and then identifying those documents which the original cited document cites, and so on.
    Ex: For we see that all things which, in the process of time, being created by the work of Divine Providence, were produced by the operation of God.
    Ex: As time passed by, she realised that most South Africans preferred orange squash to the bitter tangy taste of lemon squash.
    Ex: As time passes by, our collections grow ever larger and the problems of storage and retrieval become ever more pressing.
    Ex: As time goes by, the modern inventive mind multiplies these media and the bibliographical picture becomes increasingly complicated.
    Ex: As time went by, the colors started to fade and the paint began to flake from the heat and light of the sun.
    Ex: By and by Tom's reading and dreaming about princely life wrought such a
    strong effect upon him that he began to act the prince unconsciously
    .

    Spanish-English dictionary > con el tiempo

  • 812 con el transcurso del tiempo

    = over time, with time, with age, in the course of time, over the course of time, as time passes (by), as time went by
    Ex. A search can be extended over time by cycling, that is, starting with a source document, identifying those documents which it cites, and then identifying those documents which the original cited document cites, and so on.
    Ex. The indexing changes gradually with time, as the natural language of the documents covered by the index evolves.
    Ex. The quality of the paper is often poor and it yellows and becomes brittle with age.
    Ex. This article presents Bradford's Law and some views on its applicability, development and modifications undergone in the course of time.
    Ex. These 'stages of development' in the life cycle of a company presage a turnaround situation for that company over the course of time.
    Ex. As time passes by, our collections grow ever larger and the problems of storage and retrieval become ever more pressing.
    Ex. As time went by, the colors started to fade and the paint began to flake from the heat and light of the sun.
    * * *
    = over time, with time, with age, in the course of time, over the course of time, as time passes (by), as time went by

    Ex: A search can be extended over time by cycling, that is, starting with a source document, identifying those documents which it cites, and then identifying those documents which the original cited document cites, and so on.

    Ex: The indexing changes gradually with time, as the natural language of the documents covered by the index evolves.
    Ex: The quality of the paper is often poor and it yellows and becomes brittle with age.
    Ex: This article presents Bradford's Law and some views on its applicability, development and modifications undergone in the course of time.
    Ex: These 'stages of development' in the life cycle of a company presage a turnaround situation for that company over the course of time.
    Ex: As time passes by, our collections grow ever larger and the problems of storage and retrieval become ever more pressing.
    Ex: As time went by, the colors started to fade and the paint began to flake from the heat and light of the sun.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con el transcurso del tiempo

  • 813 con malhumor

    Ex. Chandler's legendary private detective Phillip Marlowe is brought moodily to life in a film that epitomises the very soul of film noir.
    * * *

    Ex: Chandler's legendary private detective Phillip Marlowe is brought moodily to life in a film that epitomises the very soul of film noir.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con malhumor

  • 814 con mucha cohesión

    (adj.) = tightly knit, closely knit, tight-knit
    Ex. He recorded with great vividness the literary life of London at that time, describing the wit, anxieties and insights of a tightly knit and highly gifted group of writers.
    Ex. A sample of statistics measuring circulation, reference and in-library use was collected from 76 libraries and tested for redundancy, correlation and variation in a closely knit pattern.
    Ex. A well-organised rural parish council can provide a far more tight-knit forum for debate and 'getting things done' than urban residents' associations.
    * * *
    (adj.) = tightly knit, closely knit, tight-knit

    Ex: He recorded with great vividness the literary life of London at that time, describing the wit, anxieties and insights of a tightly knit and highly gifted group of writers.

    Ex: A sample of statistics measuring circulation, reference and in-library use was collected from 76 libraries and tested for redundancy, correlation and variation in a closely knit pattern.
    Ex: A well-organised rural parish council can provide a far more tight-knit forum for debate and 'getting things done' than urban residents' associations.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con mucha cohesión

  • 815 con mucha labia

    (adj.) = glibly, smooth-tongued, smooth-talking
    Ex. When the mission of the public library in society is pondered, the trio of education, information and recreation is frequently injected glibly into the conversation.
    Ex. The father, Old Brightwell, curses his daughter, Jane, for preferring the love of the smooth-tongued villain, Grandley, to that of her own parents.
    Ex. The Wizard, played by Joel Grey, is a smooth-talking dumbbell who admits he is 'a corn-fed hick' and 'one of your dime-a-dozen mediocrities'.
    * * *
    (adj.) = glibly, smooth-tongued, smooth-talking

    Ex: When the mission of the public library in society is pondered, the trio of education, information and recreation is frequently injected glibly into the conversation.

    Ex: The father, Old Brightwell, curses his daughter, Jane, for preferring the love of the smooth-tongued villain, Grandley, to that of her own parents.
    Ex: The Wizard, played by Joel Grey, is a smooth-talking dumbbell who admits he is 'a corn-fed hick' and 'one of your dime-a-dozen mediocrities'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con mucha labia

  • 816 con pasión

    = with passion, passionately
    Ex. Witt has always done whatever she's done with all her heart -- with passion, intelligence, and a love of perfection.
    Ex. On the other hand people passionately devoted to a hobby or sport or their work will endure without complaint conditions which less ardent folk think outrageously insupportable.
    * * *
    = with passion, passionately

    Ex: Witt has always done whatever she's done with all her heart -- with passion, intelligence, and a love of perfection.

    Ex: On the other hand people passionately devoted to a hobby or sport or their work will endure without complaint conditions which less ardent folk think outrageously insupportable.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con pasión

  • 817 con peligro de muerte

    Ex. The study also investigated whether persons who had consulted the book before committing suicide had life threatening medical illnesses.
    * * *

    Ex: The study also investigated whether persons who had consulted the book before committing suicide had life threatening medical illnesses.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con peligro de muerte

  • 818 con respecto a

    with regard to, regarding
    * * *
    regarding, in regard to
    * * *
    = concerning, in regard to, regarding, regarding, vis à vis, with regard(s) to, with respect to, within, as to, in extent of, in terms of, in the way of, as for, as regards, in relation to, in comparison with, in comparison to, as to the matter of, in reference to, now as to
    Ex. Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.
    Ex. Headings represent the predilection of the cataloger in regard to terminology.
    Ex. In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex. In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex. The information note following the explanatory heading provides guidance to the user of the catalogue vis à vis the conventions used in formulating uniform headings.
    Ex. KWOC or Keyword Out of Context indexes are intended to improve upon KWIC indexes, with regards to layout and presentation.
    Ex. In so doing the classifier should group documents in a useful order with respect to one another.
    Ex. Most data base producers have in-house guidelines for bibliographic description, and aim to achieve consistency of citation within their products.
    Ex. With a limited number of exceptions the title proper is transcribed exactly as to order, wording and spelling.
    Ex. In extent of enumeration and location of some topics, the sixteenth edition went back to the fourteenth edition.
    Ex. And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
    Ex. Indeed, the changes are so rapid and so diverse, our plans for the future must also include what is presently possible in the way of information dissemination.
    Ex. As for the future, the technology already exists for interfacing head-end computers on cable television systems with online catalog computers so that television sets can be employed to access catalogs.
    Ex. Practice as regards integration varies considerably.
    Ex. It is easiest to discuss the criteria for effective schedules in relation to the treatment of specific subjects.
    Ex. However, twentieth century literature is poorly treated in comparison with earlier periods.
    Ex. The new method appears to offer accurate results and efficient computation in comparison to other approaches.
    Ex. As to the matter of relics, it is almost incredible how impudently the world has been cheated.
    Ex. We now know enough in reference to the prevention and cure of communicable diseases so that the average human life might be lengthened by a third.
    Ex. Now as to the country of Samaria, it lies between Judea and Galilee and is made up hills and valleys.
    * * *
    = concerning, in regard to, regarding, regarding, vis à vis, with regard(s) to, with respect to, within, as to, in extent of, in terms of, in the way of, as for, as regards, in relation to, in comparison with, in comparison to, as to the matter of, in reference to, now as to

    Ex: Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.

    Ex: Headings represent the predilection of the cataloger in regard to terminology.
    Ex: In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex: In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex: The information note following the explanatory heading provides guidance to the user of the catalogue vis à vis the conventions used in formulating uniform headings.
    Ex: KWOC or Keyword Out of Context indexes are intended to improve upon KWIC indexes, with regards to layout and presentation.
    Ex: In so doing the classifier should group documents in a useful order with respect to one another.
    Ex: Most data base producers have in-house guidelines for bibliographic description, and aim to achieve consistency of citation within their products.
    Ex: With a limited number of exceptions the title proper is transcribed exactly as to order, wording and spelling.
    Ex: In extent of enumeration and location of some topics, the sixteenth edition went back to the fourteenth edition.
    Ex: And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
    Ex: Indeed, the changes are so rapid and so diverse, our plans for the future must also include what is presently possible in the way of information dissemination.
    Ex: As for the future, the technology already exists for interfacing head-end computers on cable television systems with online catalog computers so that television sets can be employed to access catalogs.
    Ex: Practice as regards integration varies considerably.
    Ex: It is easiest to discuss the criteria for effective schedules in relation to the treatment of specific subjects.
    Ex: However, twentieth century literature is poorly treated in comparison with earlier periods.
    Ex: The new method appears to offer accurate results and efficient computation in comparison to other approaches.
    Ex: As to the matter of relics, it is almost incredible how impudently the world has been cheated.
    Ex: We now know enough in reference to the prevention and cure of communicable diseases so that the average human life might be lengthened by a third.
    Ex: Now as to the country of Samaria, it lies between Judea and Galilee and is made up hills and valleys.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con respecto a

  • 819 con un pie en la tumba

    Ex. People over the hill are past the 'rush hour' of life and can just relax and enjoy!.
    * * *

    Ex: People over the hill are past the 'rush hour' of life and can just relax and enjoy!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con un pie en la tumba

  • 820 con vigor

    = vibrantly, robustly
    Ex. This authentically recreated village vibrantly brings to life the story of the first settlers.
    Ex. Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.
    * * *
    = vibrantly, robustly

    Ex: This authentically recreated village vibrantly brings to life the story of the first settlers.

    Ex: Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con vigor

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