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  • 761 incrementar

    v.
    1 to increase.
    El director incrementó los salarios The director increased the salaries.
    2 to increment, to increase, to augment, to raise.
    Los precios incrementaron The prices incremented.
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    1 to increase
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    1.
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo (frml) to increase
    2.
    incrementarsev pron (frml) to increase
    * * *
    = augment, increment, rise, deepen, escalate, ramp up, step up, crank up, ratchet up, mark + Nombre + up, turn up.
    Ex. These sources which form the basis of the intellectual selection of terms may be augmented by the machine selection of terms.
    Ex. If a periodical increases its volume number more than once during the year, the volume pattern should contain a '1' each time the volume number is incremented.
    Ex. If suppliers are forced out of business, there will be less software to lend and prices will rise with the lack of competition.
    Ex. One of the effects of reading in children is that their appreciation of the processes and function of literature is deepened.
    Ex. Over the past two to three years the numbers of full text data bases and data banks has started to escalate considerably.
    Ex. EGND has hit a home run with the introduction of a new product line, increasing sales projections, and ramping up production schedules.
    Ex. The intensity of marketing to schools and parents will have to be stepped up by publishers if they are to succeed in the more competitive market.
    Ex. Refiners are cranking up diesel output to meet rising global demand.
    Ex. The health department has ratcheted up efforts to prevent or slow down the spread of swine flu in schools.
    Ex. Determine how much it costs to make the item, how much it costs to market that item, and then mark it up by 15-30% or more.
    Ex. Cytokines are small proteins used to communicate messages between the immune cells in the immune system to either turn up or down the immune response.
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    1.
    verbo transitivo (frml) to increase
    2.
    incrementarsev pron (frml) to increase
    * * *
    = augment, increment, rise, deepen, escalate, ramp up, step up, crank up, ratchet up, mark + Nombre + up, turn up.

    Ex: These sources which form the basis of the intellectual selection of terms may be augmented by the machine selection of terms.

    Ex: If a periodical increases its volume number more than once during the year, the volume pattern should contain a '1' each time the volume number is incremented.
    Ex: If suppliers are forced out of business, there will be less software to lend and prices will rise with the lack of competition.
    Ex: One of the effects of reading in children is that their appreciation of the processes and function of literature is deepened.
    Ex: Over the past two to three years the numbers of full text data bases and data banks has started to escalate considerably.
    Ex: EGND has hit a home run with the introduction of a new product line, increasing sales projections, and ramping up production schedules.
    Ex: The intensity of marketing to schools and parents will have to be stepped up by publishers if they are to succeed in the more competitive market.
    Ex: Refiners are cranking up diesel output to meet rising global demand.
    Ex: The health department has ratcheted up efforts to prevent or slow down the spread of swine flu in schools.
    Ex: Determine how much it costs to make the item, how much it costs to market that item, and then mark it up by 15-30% or more.
    Ex: Cytokines are small proteins used to communicate messages between the immune cells in the immune system to either turn up or down the immune response.

    * * *
    vt
    ( frml); to increase
    ( frml); to increase
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    incrementar ( conjugate incrementar) verbo transitivo (frml) to increase
    incrementar verbo transitivo to increase
    ' incrementar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    reforzar
    English:
    augment
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    vt
    to increase
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    v/t increase
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    : to increase

    Spanish-English dictionary > incrementar

  • 762 increíble

    adj.
    incredible, unbelievable, beyond belief.
    intj.
    unbelievable, no shit, forsooth.
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    1 incredible, unbelievable
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    adj.
    incredible, unbelievable
    * * *
    ADJ incredible, unbelievable

    es increíble que... — it is incredible o unbelievable that...

    * * *
    adjetivo incredible, unbelievable
    * * *
    = extraordinary, fantastic, incredible, terrific, unbelievable, fantastical, astonishing, beyond belief, out of this world, marvel.
    Ex. Having entered the next state and a highway off the turnpike, he was amazed by the extraordinary flatness of the land, especially in contrast to the hilly terrain he had grown up with back home.
    Ex. GODORT has done a fantastic job of dealing with and solving documents problems.
    Ex. I could tell you many things about Cutter that you probably would find incredible.
    Ex. However, fiction -- from a public library standpoint, but not from a research or academic standpoint -- is a terrific example of undercataloging.
    Ex. The development of digital technology has hastened this process until the point where we are today: the capacity to produce unbelievable volumes of information.
    Ex. Adorno's distinction between fantastical thought & the commodification of fantasy in the form of literature is addressed.
    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. His conclusion is both beyond belief and in conflict with common sense.
    Ex. I get a kick when I'm on my racing bike, and when I have my skates on it's out of this world.
    Ex. It is a marvel to think that this is the place a few years back thought to be irretrievably gone to rack and ruin.
    ----
    * aunque parezca increíble = incredibly, incredible though it may seem, incredibly enough, incredible as it may seem, although it may seem incredible.
    * parecer increíble = beggar + belief.
    * por muy increíble que parezca = incredible though it may seem, incredibly, incredibly enough, incredible as it may seem, although it may seem incredible.
    * ser increíble = beggar + belief.
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    adjetivo incredible, unbelievable
    * * *
    = extraordinary, fantastic, incredible, terrific, unbelievable, fantastical, astonishing, beyond belief, out of this world, marvel.

    Ex: Having entered the next state and a highway off the turnpike, he was amazed by the extraordinary flatness of the land, especially in contrast to the hilly terrain he had grown up with back home.

    Ex: GODORT has done a fantastic job of dealing with and solving documents problems.
    Ex: I could tell you many things about Cutter that you probably would find incredible.
    Ex: However, fiction -- from a public library standpoint, but not from a research or academic standpoint -- is a terrific example of undercataloging.
    Ex: The development of digital technology has hastened this process until the point where we are today: the capacity to produce unbelievable volumes of information.
    Ex: Adorno's distinction between fantastical thought & the commodification of fantasy in the form of literature is addressed.
    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: His conclusion is both beyond belief and in conflict with common sense.
    Ex: I get a kick when I'm on my racing bike, and when I have my skates on it's out of this world.
    Ex: It is a marvel to think that this is the place a few years back thought to be irretrievably gone to rack and ruin.
    * aunque parezca increíble = incredibly, incredible though it may seem, incredibly enough, incredible as it may seem, although it may seem incredible.
    * parecer increíble = beggar + belief.
    * por muy increíble que parezca = incredible though it may seem, incredibly, incredibly enough, incredible as it may seem, although it may seem incredible.
    * ser increíble = beggar + belief.

    * * *
    ‹historia› incredible, unbelievable
    me pasó una cosa increíble ( fam); something incredible happened to me ( colloq)
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    increíble adjetivo
    incredible, unbelievable
    increíble adjetivo incredible, unbelievable: tuvimos una suerte increíble, we had an amazing piece of luck
    familiar es un actor increíble, he's an exceptional actor
    ' increíble' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    novelesca
    - novelesco
    - pachorra
    - alucinante
    English:
    amazing
    - astonishing
    - awesome
    - belief
    - beyond
    - extraordinary
    - incredible
    - unbelievable
    - astounding
    - odds
    - phenomenal
    - terrific
    - world
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    1. [inconcebible] unbelievable;
    es increíble que pasen cosas así it's hard to believe that such things can happen;
    me parece increíble que no te haya llamado I think it's unbelievable that she hasn't called you
    2. [extraordinario] incredible;
    hace un calor increíble it's incredibly hot;
    tuvimos una suerte increíble we were incredibly lucky
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    adj incredible
    * * *
    : incredible, unbelievable
    * * *
    increíble adj incredible / unbelievable

    Spanish-English dictionary > increíble

  • 763 increíblemente

    adv.
    incredibly, amazingly, unbelievably, strikingly.
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    1 incredibly
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    ADV incredibly, unbelievably
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    = unbelievably, beyond belief, amazingly, stunningly.
    Ex. Yet expenditure on formal education has multipled unbelievably because of a growing general conviction about the social necessity of a progressive and egalitarian education system.
    Ex. His conclusion is both beyond belief and in conflict with common sense.
    Ex. The market for books on cooking is increasingly made up of home cooks with an amazingly sophisticated set of skills and tastes.
    Ex. This is a stunningly intelligent and deeply moving account of the autobiographies of 33 women.
    ----
    * increíblemente + Adjetivo = incredibly + Adjetivo, fantastically + Adjetivo, shockingly + Adjetivo.
    * * *
    = unbelievably, beyond belief, amazingly, stunningly.

    Ex: Yet expenditure on formal education has multipled unbelievably because of a growing general conviction about the social necessity of a progressive and egalitarian education system.

    Ex: His conclusion is both beyond belief and in conflict with common sense.
    Ex: The market for books on cooking is increasingly made up of home cooks with an amazingly sophisticated set of skills and tastes.
    Ex: This is a stunningly intelligent and deeply moving account of the autobiographies of 33 women.
    * increíblemente + Adjetivo = incredibly + Adjetivo, fantastically + Adjetivo, shockingly + Adjetivo.

    * * *
    incredibly, unbelievably
    * * *
    incredibly, unbelievably
    * * *
    increíblemente adv unbelievably

    Spanish-English dictionary > increíblemente

  • 764 indecente

    adj.
    1 indecent.
    2 miserable, wretched (indigno).
    f. & m.
    indecent person.
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    1 (impúdico) indecent; (indecoroso) improper
    2 (indigno) miserable; (cochambroso) filthy
    3 (vil) wretched
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    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [persona] (=falto de decencia) indecent; (=obsceno) obscene

    ¡indecente! — you brute!

    2) (=asqueroso) filthy
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo <persona/vestido> indecent; <película/lenguaje> obscene
    II
    masculino y femenino rude o shameless person
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    = filthy [filthier -comp, filthiest -sup.], indecent, abject, abjected, obscene.
    Ex. Printing houses -- apart from the few that had been built for the purpose rather than converted from something else -- were generally filthy and badly ventilated.
    Ex. The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex. Her art works incorporate such abject materials as dirt, hair, excrement, dead animals, menstrual blood and rotting food in order to confront taboo issues of gender and sexuality.
    Ex. In this study of sapphism in the British novel, Moore often directs our attention to the periphery of sapphic romances, when an abjected body suffers on behalf of the stainless heroine.
    Ex. Prompt responses are required to bomb threats and reports of such dangerous or criminal conduct as sprinkling acid on chairs or clothing, mutilating books, tampering with the card catalog, or obscene behavior.
    ----
    * exposición indecente = indecent exposure.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo <persona/vestido> indecent; <película/lenguaje> obscene
    II
    masculino y femenino rude o shameless person
    * * *
    = filthy [filthier -comp, filthiest -sup.], indecent, abject, abjected, obscene.

    Ex: Printing houses -- apart from the few that had been built for the purpose rather than converted from something else -- were generally filthy and badly ventilated.

    Ex: The passage of the Exon bill would make criminal the sending of obscene, lewd, lascivious, filthy or indecent data over the Net = La aprobación de la ley Exon haría que fuese un delito el envío a través de Internet de información obscena, lujuriosa, lasciva, inmoral o indecente.
    Ex: Her art works incorporate such abject materials as dirt, hair, excrement, dead animals, menstrual blood and rotting food in order to confront taboo issues of gender and sexuality.
    Ex: In this study of sapphism in the British novel, Moore often directs our attention to the periphery of sapphic romances, when an abjected body suffers on behalf of the stainless heroine.
    Ex: Prompt responses are required to bomb threats and reports of such dangerous or criminal conduct as sprinkling acid on chairs or clothing, mutilating books, tampering with the card catalog, or obscene behavior.
    * exposición indecente = indecent exposure.

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    1 ‹persona› indecent; ‹vestido› indecent; ‹película/lenguaje› obscene
    2 (miserable) wretched, miserable
    rude o shameless person
    * * *

    indecente adjetivo ‹persona/vestido indecent;
    película/lenguaje obscene
    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
    rude o shameless person
    indecente adjetivo
    1 (obsceno, inmoral) indecent
    2 (intolerable) dreadful: llegó a casa a una hora indecente, he arrived home very late
    ' indecente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    sórdida
    - sórdido
    - deshonesto
    - guarro
    English:
    filthy
    - immodest
    - improper
    - indecent
    - rude
    - suggestive
    * * *
    1. [impúdico] indecent
    2. [indigno] miserable, wretched
    * * *
    adj indecent; película obscene
    * * *
    : indecent, obscene
    * * *
    1. (inmoral) indecent
    2. (sucio) filthy [comp. filthier; superl. filthiest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > indecente

  • 765 indigente

    adj.
    1 destitute, poor.
    2 indigent, disadvantaged, poor, destitute.
    f. & m.
    1 poor person.
    2 pauper, poor person, indigent, tramp.
    3 bag lady.
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    1 indigent, poverty-stricken
    1 poor person
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    1.
    2.
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    I
    adjetivo (frml) destitute, indigent (frml)
    II
    masculino y femenino (frml) indigent (frml)
    * * *
    = needy [needier -comp., neediest -sup.], poverty-stricken, impecunious, indigent, destitute, vagrant, bag lady, pauper, shopping-bag lady, bagwoman, bagman.
    Ex. By definition, these are benefits, often in cash, which the state has decided are required by various needy categories of its citizens.
    Ex. The British Museum Reading Room is filled with cranks, hacks, poverty-stricken scholars who cherish their hobby.
    Ex. Despite its impecunious state and lack of a home until 1928, the UK Library Association remained confident about the future of libraries and librarianship.
    Ex. These indigents, known to the public as tramps & skid row winos, are very visible & more likely to be arrested for drunkenness & other petty offenses than a person with a permanent home.
    Ex. The clarity of his drawings contrasts sharply with the total alienation in which he lived as a destitute mental patient with a diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia.
    Ex. This paper outlines the problems caused by vagrants who use public libraries as a refuge.
    Ex. A sample of New York City's vagrant females were interviewed in the main bag lady territory in Manhattan.
    Ex. Gavarni's illustrations of waifs, paupers, and beggars were later published separately, with captions added by the artist.
    Ex. Shopping-bag ladies do not overtly beg, but they do not refuse what is offered.
    Ex. I've always been afraid of somehow winding up as a bagwoman in the streets.
    Ex. His hand went to the pistol in his belt as he turned and found a ragged, filthy bagman looking up at him from beneath a blanket of newspapers.
    ----
    * albergue para indigentes = poorhouse.
    * indigentes, los = destitute, the.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo (frml) destitute, indigent (frml)
    II
    masculino y femenino (frml) indigent (frml)
    * * *
    = needy [needier -comp., neediest -sup.], poverty-stricken, impecunious, indigent, destitute, vagrant, bag lady, pauper, shopping-bag lady, bagwoman, bagman.

    Ex: By definition, these are benefits, often in cash, which the state has decided are required by various needy categories of its citizens.

    Ex: The British Museum Reading Room is filled with cranks, hacks, poverty-stricken scholars who cherish their hobby.
    Ex: Despite its impecunious state and lack of a home until 1928, the UK Library Association remained confident about the future of libraries and librarianship.
    Ex: These indigents, known to the public as tramps & skid row winos, are very visible & more likely to be arrested for drunkenness & other petty offenses than a person with a permanent home.
    Ex: The clarity of his drawings contrasts sharply with the total alienation in which he lived as a destitute mental patient with a diagnosis of paranoid schizophrenia.
    Ex: This paper outlines the problems caused by vagrants who use public libraries as a refuge.
    Ex: A sample of New York City's vagrant females were interviewed in the main bag lady territory in Manhattan.
    Ex: Gavarni's illustrations of waifs, paupers, and beggars were later published separately, with captions added by the artist.
    Ex: Shopping-bag ladies do not overtly beg, but they do not refuse what is offered.
    Ex: I've always been afraid of somehow winding up as a bagwoman in the streets.
    Ex: His hand went to the pistol in his belt as he turned and found a ragged, filthy bagman looking up at him from beneath a blanket of newspapers.
    * albergue para indigentes = poorhouse.
    * indigentes, los = destitute, the.

    * * *
    ( frml); destitute, indigent ( frml)
    ( frml)
    indigent ( frml)
    los indigentes the destitute
    * * *

    indigente adj frml poverty-stricken
    ' indigente' also found in these entries:
    English:
    destitute
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    adj
    poor, destitute
    nmf
    poor person;
    los indigentes the poor, the destitute
    * * *
    I adj destitute
    II m/f poor person;
    los indigentes the poor pl
    * * *
    indigente adj & nmf
    : indigent

    Spanish-English dictionary > indigente

  • 766 indistinto

    adj.
    1 indistinct, equal, identical, equivalent.
    2 confused, fuzzy, not very clear, blear.
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    1 (indiferente) immaterial
    2 (difuso, impreciso) indistinct
    3 (indiferenciado) not differentiated
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=poco claro) indistinct, vague; (=borroso) faint, dim
    2) (=indiscriminado) indiscriminate
    3) (=indiferente)

    es indistinto — it makes no difference, it doesn't matter

    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) <forma/contorno> indistinct, vague; <idea/recuerdo> hazy, vague; <voz/ruido> indistinct
    * * *
    = indistinct, indistinctive.
    Ex. The typescript will be fuzzy and indistinct without the smooth, firm surface which the backing sheet offers.
    Ex. This research suggests that people are threatened by categorizations that portray them as too distinctive or too indistinctive.
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) <forma/contorno> indistinct, vague; <idea/recuerdo> hazy, vague; <voz/ruido> indistinct
    * * *
    = indistinct, indistinctive.

    Ex: The typescript will be fuzzy and indistinct without the smooth, firm surface which the backing sheet offers.

    Ex: This research suggests that people are threatened by categorizations that portray them as too distinctive or too indistinctive.

    * * *
    1 ‹forma/contorno› indistinct, vague; ‹idea/recuerdo› hazy, vague; ‹voz/ruido› indistinct, faint
    2
    (indiferente): a mí me es indistinto it makes no difference to me, it is immaterial to me
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    indistinto, -a adj
    1. [indiferente]
    es indistinto it doesn't matter, it makes no difference;
    es indistinto que lo haga aquí o desde casa it doesn't matter o it makes no difference whether she does it here or from home
    2. [cuenta, cartilla] joint
    3. [perfil, figura] indistinct, blurred
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    adj forma indistinct, vague; noción vague; sonido faint
    * * *
    indistinto, -ta adj
    : indistinct, vague, faint

    Spanish-English dictionary > indistinto

  • 767 industria de la edición

    Ex. The author examines the future of the book publishing industry and presents strategies for publishers to decrease risk and increase profit.
    * * *
    la industria de la edición
    = publishing industry, the

    Ex: This magazine gives quarterly figures of the UK publishing industry's turnover by book categories, by hardback and paperback and by home and export.

    Ex: The author examines the future of the book publishing industry and presents strategies for publishers to decrease risk and increase profit.

    Spanish-English dictionary > industria de la edición

  • 768 industria de la edición, la

    = publishing industry, the
    Ex. This magazine gives quarterly figures of the UK publishing industry's turnover by book categories, by hardback and paperback and by home and export.

    Spanish-English dictionary > industria de la edición, la

  • 769 industria editorial

    f.
    publishing trade.
    * * *
    Ex. The book industry in this country is becoming increasingly commercialized, with an attendant lowering of critical standards.
    * * *
    la industria editorial
    = publishing industry, the

    Ex: This magazine gives quarterly figures of the UK publishing industry's turnover by book categories, by hardback and paperback and by home and export.

    Ex: The book industry in this country is becoming increasingly commercialized, with an attendant lowering of critical standards.

    Spanish-English dictionary > industria editorial

  • 770 industria editorial, la

    = publishing industry, the
    Ex. This magazine gives quarterly figures of the UK publishing industry's turnover by book categories, by hardback and paperback and by home and export.

    Spanish-English dictionary > industria editorial, la

  • 771 inexacto

    adj.
    1 inexact, inaccurate, wrong, loose.
    2 inexact, error-prone.
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    1 inexact, inaccurate
    * * *
    ADJ (=no preciso) inaccurate; (=no cierto) incorrect, untrue
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) <cálculo/definición> inaccurate, inexact
    b) ( falso) untrue
    * * *
    = inaccurate, inexact.
    Ex. Most commercial abstracting services rely upon the refereeing procedure applied to the original document in order to eliminate insignificant and inaccurate submissions.
    Ex. Forecasting the adoption of new technologies for home and other users remains an inexact science.
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) <cálculo/definición> inaccurate, inexact
    b) ( falso) untrue
    * * *
    = inaccurate, inexact.

    Ex: Most commercial abstracting services rely upon the refereeing procedure applied to the original document in order to eliminate insignificant and inaccurate submissions.

    Ex: Forecasting the adoption of new technologies for home and other users remains an inexact science.

    * * *
    1 ‹cálculo/definición› inaccurate, inexact
    2 (falso) untrue
    es inexacto afirmar que yo lo haya escrito it is incorrect o untrue to say that I wrote it
    * * *
    inexacto, -a adj
    1. [impreciso] inaccurate
    2. [erróneo] incorrect, wrong
    * * *
    adj inaccurate
    * * *
    inexacto, -ta adj
    : inexact, inaccurate
    * * *
    inexacto adj inaccurate

    Spanish-English dictionary > inexacto

  • 772 información sobre viajes

    Ex. Current news, weather, travel information, home shopping, airline reservations, consumer information, film reviews and sports news are available.
    * * *

    Ex: Current news, weather, travel information, home shopping, airline reservations, consumer information, film reviews and sports news are available.

    Spanish-English dictionary > información sobre viajes

  • 773 información transmitida por fibra óptica

    Ex. I mentioned Japan's plan to install a fiber optic-based information superhighway into every home and office early in the next century.
    * * *

    Ex: I mentioned Japan's plan to install a fiber optic-based information superhighway into every home and office early in the next century.

    Spanish-English dictionary > información transmitida por fibra óptica

  • 774 inglés

    adj.
    English.
    m.
    1 Englishman, Briton, native of England, limey.
    2 English, English language.
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    1 English
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (persona) English person; (hombre) Englishman; (mujer) Englishwoman
    1 (idioma) English
    \
    los ingleses the English
    ————————
    1 (idioma) English
    * * *
    (f. - inglesa)
    noun adj.
    * * *
    inglés, -esa
    1.
    2.
    SM / F Englishman/Englishwoman

    los ingleses — the English, English people

    3.
    SM (Ling) English
    * * *
    I
    - glesa adjetivo
    a) ( de Inglaterra) English

    a la inglesa: ir a la inglesa (Chi fam) to go Dutch; un filete a la inglesa — (Méx) a rare steak

    b) (crit) ( británico) British, English (crit)
    II
    - glesa masculino, femenino
    1)
    a) ( de Inglaterra) (m) Englishman; (f) Englishwoman

    los ingleses — the English, English people

    b) (crit) británico II
    2) inglés masculino ( idioma) English
    * * *
    = Englishman [Englishmen, -pl.], English.
    Ex. The great practical education of the Englishman is derived from incessant intercourse between man and man, in trade.
    Ex. In plain English, it means we don't have enough students and expenses must be cut.
    ----
    * canadiense de habla inglesa = English-Canadian.
    * cerveza inglesa = ale.
    * comillas inglesas (") = inverted commas (").
    * inglés "comercial" = pidgin English.
    * inglés básico = everyday functional English.
    * inglés hablado por los negros = Ebonics.
    * llave inglesa = wrench.
    * mujer con un cutis de porcelana típico inglés = an English rose.
    * mundo de habla inglesa, el = English-speaking world, the.
    * no en inglés = non-English.
    * país cuya lengua oficial no es el inglés = non-English-speaking country.
    * para el inglés su casa es su castillo = an Englishman's home is his castle.
    * TOEFL (Examen de Inglés como Segunda Lengua) = TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language).
    * * *
    I
    - glesa adjetivo
    a) ( de Inglaterra) English

    a la inglesa: ir a la inglesa (Chi fam) to go Dutch; un filete a la inglesa — (Méx) a rare steak

    b) (crit) ( británico) British, English (crit)
    II
    - glesa masculino, femenino
    1)
    a) ( de Inglaterra) (m) Englishman; (f) Englishwoman

    los ingleses — the English, English people

    b) (crit) británico II
    2) inglés masculino ( idioma) English
    * * *
    = Englishman [Englishmen, -pl.], English.

    Ex: The great practical education of the Englishman is derived from incessant intercourse between man and man, in trade.

    Ex: In plain English, it means we don't have enough students and expenses must be cut.
    * canadiense de habla inglesa = English-Canadian.
    * cerveza inglesa = ale.
    * comillas inglesas (") = inverted commas (").
    * inglés "comercial" = pidgin English.
    * inglés básico = everyday functional English.
    * inglés hablado por los negros = Ebonics.
    * llave inglesa = wrench.
    * mujer con un cutis de porcelana típico inglés = an English rose.
    * mundo de habla inglesa, el = English-speaking world, the.
    * no en inglés = non-English.
    * país cuya lengua oficial no es el inglés = non-English-speaking country.
    * para el inglés su casa es su castillo = an Englishman's home is his castle.
    * TOEFL (Examen de Inglés como Segunda Lengua) = TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language).

    * * *
    1 (de Inglaterra) English
    un filete a la inglesa ( Méx); a rare steak
    2 ( crit) (británico) British, English ( crit)
    masculine, feminine
    A
    1 (de Inglaterra) ( masculine) Englishman; ( feminine) Englishwoman
    los ingleses the English, English people
    2 ( crit) británico2 (↑ británico (2))
    B
    * * *

     

    inglés 1
    ◊ - glesa adjetivo


    b) (crit) ( británico) British, English (crit)

    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino

    (f) Englishwoman;

    b) (crit) See Also


    inglés 2 sustantivo masculino ( idioma) English
    inglés,-esa
    I adjetivo English
    II m,f (hombre) Englishman
    (mujer) Englishwoman
    los ingleses, the English
    III m (idioma) English
    ' inglés' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cien
    - con
    - de
    - decirse
    - dedo
    - defenderse
    - demasiada
    - demasiado
    - E
    - folclore
    - gustar
    - haber
    - hablarse
    - inglesa
    - método
    - patata
    - perfección
    - piso
    - practicar
    - señor
    - spanglish
    - tafetán
    - tutearse
    - a
    - baño
    - bien
    - bueno
    - chapurrear
    - cinco
    - conocimiento
    - corno
    - curso
    - desenvolver
    - gente
    - interno
    - madrina
    - padrino
    - sábado
    - ser
    - tener
    - traducción
    - y
    English:
    ablaze
    - accustom
    - actually
    - ancillary
    - be
    - brogue
    - broken
    - brush up
    - burr
    - chance
    - come along
    - do
    - English
    - Englishman
    - ESL
    - ESP
    - excellent
    - fuck
    - I
    - into
    - level
    - necessity
    - perfect
    - practice
    - practise
    - rather
    - Spanglish
    - start
    - teacher
    - TEFL
    - fruit
    * * *
    inglés, -esa
    adj
    1. [de Inglaterra] English
    2. [británico] British
    nm,f
    1. [de Inglaterra] Englishman, f Englishwoman;
    los ingleses the English
    2. [británico] British person, Briton;
    los ingleses the British
    nm
    [lengua] English
    * * *
    I adj English
    II m
    1 Englishman;
    los ingleses the English
    2 idioma English
    * * *
    inglés, - glesa adj, mpl
    ingleses : English
    inglés, - glesa n, mpl ingleses : Englishman m, Englishwoman f
    : English (language)
    * * *
    inglés1 adj English
    ¿tienes algún amigo inglés? have you got any English friends?
    1. (persona) Englishman [pl. Englishmen] / Englishwoman [pl. Englishwomen]
    2. (idioma) English

    Spanish-English dictionary > inglés

  • 775 inicio

    m.
    start, beginning.
    el inicio de una enfermedad the onset of a disease
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: iniciar.
    * * *
    1 beginning, start
    * * *
    SM start, beginning
    * * *
    masculino beginning, start
    * * *
    = commencement, kick-off, startup [start-up], start.
    Ex. The development of the course since its commencement is reviewed, and the reasons for changes in the course structure are discussed.
    Ex. The cooperative venture 'StoryLines America' joins libraries and public radio in smash kick-off.
    Ex. This article presents some practical tips to help users of DIALOG's DIALOGLINK including buffer size, screen speed-up, startup short cuts, type-ahead buffer and use of DIALOGLING with other services.
    Ex. Olle is right, however, in implying that after a slow start interest in, and writing about, official publishing in Britain has increased dramatically in recent years.
    ----
    * al inicio = at startup.
    * en sus inicios = in + Posesivo + infancy.
    * en sus inicios, en ciernes = budding.
    * fecha de inicio = trigger date.
    * hora de inicio = trigger time, start time.
    * página de inicio = home page [homepage].
    * tecla de inicio = Home key.
    * tiempo de inicio = start time.
    * * *
    masculino beginning, start
    * * *
    = commencement, kick-off, startup [start-up], start.

    Ex: The development of the course since its commencement is reviewed, and the reasons for changes in the course structure are discussed.

    Ex: The cooperative venture 'StoryLines America' joins libraries and public radio in smash kick-off.
    Ex: This article presents some practical tips to help users of DIALOG's DIALOGLINK including buffer size, screen speed-up, startup short cuts, type-ahead buffer and use of DIALOGLING with other services.
    Ex: Olle is right, however, in implying that after a slow start interest in, and writing about, official publishing in Britain has increased dramatically in recent years.
    * al inicio = at startup.
    * en sus inicios = in + Posesivo + infancy.
    * en sus inicios, en ciernes = budding.
    * fecha de inicio = trigger date.
    * hora de inicio = trigger time, start time.
    * página de inicio = home page [homepage].
    * tecla de inicio = Home key.
    * tiempo de inicio = start time.

    * * *
    beginning, start, commencement ( frml)
    * * *

     

    Del verbo iniciar: ( conjugate iniciar)

    inicio es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    inició es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    iniciar    
    inicio
    iniciar ( conjugate iniciar) verbo transitivo
    a) (frml) ‹curso/viaje to begin, commence (frml);

    negociaciones/diligencias to initiate, commence (frml)
    b) inicio a algn en algo ‹ en secta› to initiate sb into sth;

    en un arte› to introduce sb to sth
    iniciarse verbo pronominal
    1 [ceremonia/negociaciones] to begin, commence (frml)
    2 [ persona] iniciose en algo ‹ en secta› to be initiated into sth;
    en un arte› to take one's first steps in sth
    inicio sustantivo masculino
    beginning, start
    iniciar verbo transitivo
    1 (dar comienzo) to begin, start; (poner en marcha) to initiate
    iniciar el proceso de paz, to initiate the peace process ➣ Ver nota en begin y start 2 (impartir los primeros conocimientos) to initiate [en, in, into]
    (introducir en un grupo, un secreto) to initiate [en, into]
    inicio sustantivo masculino beginning, start
    ' inicio' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    arranque
    - coger
    - despegue
    - nacimiento
    - sembrar
    - suerte
    - umbral
    English:
    beginning
    - chapter
    - initiation
    - inception
    - kick
    * * *
    inicio nm
    start, beginning
    * * *
    m start, beginning;
    estar todavía en los inicios be still in the early stages;
    * * *
    inicio nm
    comienzo: beginning
    * * *
    inicio n beginning

    Spanish-English dictionary > inicio

  • 776 injusto

    adj.
    unjust, unfair, tyrannous, inequitable.
    * * *
    1 unfair, unjust
    \
    ser injusto,-a con alguien to do somebody an injustice
    * * *
    (f. - injusta)
    adj.
    unfair, unjust
    * * *
    ADJ [castigo, crítica] unjust, unfair; [detención] wrongful; [despido, norma, persona, reparto] unfair
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo unfair
    * * *
    = unfair, invidious, inequitable, unjust, wrongful.
    Ex. For the record, schools and libraries in the late 1960s recovered in excess of $10,000,000 from publishers and wholesalers as a result of unfair practices highlighted by Mr. Scilken.
    Ex. Within the ranks of authorship therefore there are many types of author and it is invidious to claim that one sort is necessarily 'better' than another.
    Ex. Librarianship is an occupation dominated by women and subject to inequitable compensation.
    Ex. At about nine or ten, children are especially sensitive to the heroic virtue of justice and are beginning to notice why people are tempted to be unjust.
    Ex. Something must be done to resolve freelance authors' rights to remuneration for wrongful use of their property.
    ----
    * proceder injusto = unfair practice.
    * totalmente injusto = grossly unfair.
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo unfair
    * * *
    = unfair, invidious, inequitable, unjust, wrongful.

    Ex: For the record, schools and libraries in the late 1960s recovered in excess of $10,000,000 from publishers and wholesalers as a result of unfair practices highlighted by Mr. Scilken.

    Ex: Within the ranks of authorship therefore there are many types of author and it is invidious to claim that one sort is necessarily 'better' than another.
    Ex: Librarianship is an occupation dominated by women and subject to inequitable compensation.
    Ex: At about nine or ten, children are especially sensitive to the heroic virtue of justice and are beginning to notice why people are tempted to be unjust.
    Ex: Something must be done to resolve freelance authors' rights to remuneration for wrongful use of their property.
    * proceder injusto = unfair practice.
    * totalmente injusto = grossly unfair.

    * * *
    injusto -ta
    ‹persona› unfair; ‹castigo/crítica› unjust, unfair; ‹norma/impuesto› unfair
    la decisión fue totalmente injusta the decision was totally unjust o unfair
    ser injusto CON algn to be unfair TO o ON sb
    es injusto que tenga que estar en casa a las diez it's not fair o it's unfair that I have to be home by ten
    * * *

    injusto
    ◊ -ta adjetivo

    unfair;
    ser injusto con algn to be unfair to o on sb
    injusto,-a adjetivo unjust, unfair

    ' injusto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desleal
    - injusta
    - injusticia
    English:
    cheap
    - injustice
    - invidious
    - raw
    - rough
    - section
    - unfair
    - unfairly
    - unjust
    - wrong
    - wrongful
    * * *
    injusto, -a adj
    [persona] unfair, unjust; [castigo, ley] unjust, unfair;
    vivimos en un mundo injusto we live in an unjust world;
    fue muy injusto con nosotros he was very unfair to us;
    es injusto que siempre me echen la culpa a mí it's not fair that they always blame me
    * * *
    adj unjust
    * * *
    injusto, -ta adj
    : unfair, unjust
    injustamente adv
    * * *
    injusto adj unfair

    Spanish-English dictionary > injusto

  • 777 inmediatamente

    adv.
    immediately, at once.
    * * *
    1 immediately
    * * *
    adv.
    * * *
    ADV
    1) (=al momento) immediately, at once
    2)
    * * *
    = at once, forthwith, immediately, right away, instantly, straight away, right off, straight off, as a matter of urgency, on the double, thereupon [thereon], promptly, at the drop of a hat.
    Ex. You say that this A/Z index entry will direct him at once to the specific subject he is looking for.
    Ex. They whispered to each other across Benefield's desk, and forthwith approached O'Brien.
    Ex. The uniform heading area of the reference entry may be inserted in the authority entry immediately following the information note.
    Ex. Forms that are required right away are printed immediately.
    Ex. Union catalogues are an important element in interlibrary lending by locating instantly requested documents.
    Ex. When he arrived back at the media center, Anthony Datto whisked straight away into his glass-enclosed office, to the right of the entrance.
    Ex. She began, right off, without a greeting.
    Ex. There is no technical reason why systems should not be designed so that people can plug in a new sound card, a modem, a graphics card, a CD-ROM drive or even a new processor, and have it work straight off with as little ado as changing a light bulb.
    Ex. Piracy should be tackled as a matter of urgency.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Learning on the double'.
    Ex. Thereupon he rallied, and with an air of accepting the inevitable turned into the library parking lot and went to his office.
    Ex. Significantly, however, Panizzi's rules did not prove as viable as did his ideology, and they were promptly and materially changed and recast by his most ardent admirers and followers.
    Ex. Sometimes these tantrums start at the drop of a hat for often no apparent reason other than the fact that he's 2 years old.
    ----
    * inmediatamente después = thereupon [thereon].
    * inmediatamente después de = fast on the heels of, on the heels of, on the coattails of.
    * seguir inmediamente a = come on + the heels of.
    * seguir inmediatamente = fast on the heels of, on the heels of.
    * * *
    = at once, forthwith, immediately, right away, instantly, straight away, right off, straight off, as a matter of urgency, on the double, thereupon [thereon], promptly, at the drop of a hat.

    Ex: You say that this A/Z index entry will direct him at once to the specific subject he is looking for.

    Ex: They whispered to each other across Benefield's desk, and forthwith approached O'Brien.
    Ex: The uniform heading area of the reference entry may be inserted in the authority entry immediately following the information note.
    Ex: Forms that are required right away are printed immediately.
    Ex: Union catalogues are an important element in interlibrary lending by locating instantly requested documents.
    Ex: When he arrived back at the media center, Anthony Datto whisked straight away into his glass-enclosed office, to the right of the entrance.
    Ex: She began, right off, without a greeting.
    Ex: There is no technical reason why systems should not be designed so that people can plug in a new sound card, a modem, a graphics card, a CD-ROM drive or even a new processor, and have it work straight off with as little ado as changing a light bulb.
    Ex: Piracy should be tackled as a matter of urgency.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Learning on the double'.
    Ex: Thereupon he rallied, and with an air of accepting the inevitable turned into the library parking lot and went to his office.
    Ex: Significantly, however, Panizzi's rules did not prove as viable as did his ideology, and they were promptly and materially changed and recast by his most ardent admirers and followers.
    Ex: Sometimes these tantrums start at the drop of a hat for often no apparent reason other than the fact that he's 2 years old.
    * inmediatamente después = thereupon [thereon].
    * inmediatamente después de = fast on the heels of, on the heels of, on the coattails of.
    * seguir inmediamente a = come on + the heels of.
    * seguir inmediatamente = fast on the heels of, on the heels of.

    * * *
    immediately
    salgan de aquí inmediatamente get out of here immediately o at once o right away o ( BrE) straightaway!
    inmediatamente después del puente straight o immediately after the bridge
    * * *

    inmediatamente adverbio
    immediately
    inmediatamente adverbio immediately, at once
    ' inmediatamente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conminar
    - instar
    - recoger
    - robo
    - ya
    - ahora
    - ahorita
    English:
    agree
    - chaser
    - hat
    - immediately
    - in-laws
    - instantly
    - minute
    - right
    - straightaway
    - directly
    - forthwith
    - move
    - now
    - once
    - straight
    - wonder
    * * *
    1. [en el tiempo] immediately, at once;
    inmediatamente después del accidente immediately after the accident;
    ¡ven aquí inmediatamente! come here immediately o at once!;
    inmediatamente de conocido el resultado, se marchó a su casa as soon as she found out the result, she went home
    2. [en el espacio]
    estaba sentada inmediatamente a su lado she was sitting right beside him;
    mi casa está inmediatamente después del cruce my house is immediately o just after the crossroads
    * * *
    adv immediately
    * * *
    enseguida: immediately
    * * *
    inmediatamente adv immediately / instantly

    Spanish-English dictionary > inmediatamente

  • 778 inmobiliario

    adj.
    real-estate.
    m.
    real estate, immovables, real estate property, realty.
    * * *
    1 property, US real estate
    1 (dedicada a la compraventa) estate agency, US real estate company; (dedicada a la construcción) construction company
    \
    agente de la propiedad inmobiliaria estate agent, US realtor
    mercado inmobiliario property market
    * * *
    (f. - inmobiliaria)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ real estate antes de s, property antes de s

    agente inmobiliario — estate agent, real estate agent (EEUU), realtor (EEUU)

    * * *
    - ria adjetivo real estate (before n) (AmE), property (before n) (BrE)
    * * *
    ----
    * agencia inmobiliaria = real estate brokerage, estate agent, realtor.
    * compañía inmobiliaria = real estate company.
    * impuesto sobre la propiedad inmobiliaria = property tax.
    * mercado inmobiliario = property market.
    * mercado inmobiliario de alquiler = rented housing market.
    * mercado inmobiliario, el = housing market, the.
    * promoción inmobiliaria = property development.
    * promotor inmobiliario = property developer.
    * propiedad inmobiliaria = home ownership.
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo real estate (before n) (AmE), property (before n) (BrE)
    * * *
    * agencia inmobiliaria = real estate brokerage, estate agent, realtor.
    * compañía inmobiliaria = real estate company.
    * impuesto sobre la propiedad inmobiliaria = property tax.
    * mercado inmobiliario = property market.
    * mercado inmobiliario de alquiler = rented housing market.
    * mercado inmobiliario, el = housing market, the.
    * promoción inmobiliaria = property development.
    * promotor inmobiliario = property developer.
    * propiedad inmobiliaria = home ownership.
    * * *
    real estate ( before n) ( AmE), property ( before n) ( BrE)
    * * *

    inmobiliario,-a adjetivo property, real-estate
    agente inmobiliario, estate agent, US realtor
    ' inmobiliario' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    inmobiliaria
    English:
    developer
    - disposal
    - dispose of
    - estate agent
    - property developer
    - put
    - property
    - realtor
    * * *
    inmobiliario, -a adj
    property, US real estate;
    agente inmobiliario Br estate agent, US realtor;
    * * *
    adj real estate atr, property atr ;
    agente inmobiliario realtor, Br estate agent
    * * *
    : real estate, property

    Spanish-English dictionary > inmobiliario

  • 779 inquilino

    m.
    1 tenant, inmate, lodger, occupant.
    2 inquiline.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 tenant
    * * *
    (f. - inquilina)
    noun
    * * *
    inquilino, -a
    SM / F (=arrendatario) tenant; (Com) lessee; Chile (Agr) tenant farmer

    inquilino de renta antigua — long-standing tenant, protected tenant

    * * *
    - na masculino, femenino
    a) ( arrendatario) tenant
    b) (Chi) (Agr) tenant farmer
    * * *
    = resident, tenant, occupant, sharecropper, roomer, boarder, lodger, householder, renter.
    Ex. Since they were operated as part of the local authority, they achieved little credibility with residents.
    Ex. This library serves a population displaying all the familiar features of low income, family social and financial crises, juvenile delinquency, and landlord/ tenant problems.
    Ex. The administrative assistant position is a new one, and its first occupant, Booth Slye, has been on the job one week.
    Ex. The south London 'white trash' it portrays are as marginalized in their council flats as any poor sharecroppers, but the novel neither condescends toward them nor sentimentalizes their plight.
    Ex. In contrast, a roomer or boarder shares the same residence as the owner.
    Ex. In contrast, a roomer or boarder shares the same residence as the owner.
    Ex. The plot has the serial killer hiding out as a lodger in an upstanding family's home.
    Ex. It is the responsibility of the householder to ensure the refuse is bagged securely.
    Ex. As a first time vacation home renter, the experience was like home away from home.
    ----
    * asociación de inquilinos = tenants' association.
    * robo con los inquilinos dentro = home invasion.
    * * *
    - na masculino, femenino
    a) ( arrendatario) tenant
    b) (Chi) (Agr) tenant farmer
    * * *
    = resident, tenant, occupant, sharecropper, roomer, boarder, lodger, householder, renter.

    Ex: Since they were operated as part of the local authority, they achieved little credibility with residents.

    Ex: This library serves a population displaying all the familiar features of low income, family social and financial crises, juvenile delinquency, and landlord/ tenant problems.
    Ex: The administrative assistant position is a new one, and its first occupant, Booth Slye, has been on the job one week.
    Ex: The south London 'white trash' it portrays are as marginalized in their council flats as any poor sharecroppers, but the novel neither condescends toward them nor sentimentalizes their plight.
    Ex: In contrast, a roomer or boarder shares the same residence as the owner.
    Ex: In contrast, a roomer or boarder shares the same residence as the owner.
    Ex: The plot has the serial killer hiding out as a lodger in an upstanding family's home.
    Ex: It is the responsibility of the householder to ensure the refuse is bagged securely.
    Ex: As a first time vacation home renter, the experience was like home away from home.
    * asociación de inquilinos = tenants' association.
    * robo con los inquilinos dentro = home invasion.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    A
    el actual inquilino de la Casa Blanca the current occupant of the White House
    2 ( Chi) ( Agr) tenant farmer
    B
    * * *

     

    inquilino
    ◊ -na sustantivo masculino, femenino ( arrendatario) tenant

    inquilino,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino tenant

    ' inquilino' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desahuciar
    - desahuciada
    - desahuciado
    - desalojar
    - desalojo
    - inquilina
    English:
    occupier
    - only
    - tenant
    - lodger
    - occupant
    * * *
    inquilino, -a
    nm,f
    tenant;
    el inquilino de 10 Downing Street the current occupant of number 10 Downing Street
    nm
    Biol inquiline
    * * *
    m, inquilina f tenant
    * * *
    inquilino, -na n
    : tenant, occupant
    * * *
    inquilino n tenant

    Spanish-English dictionary > inquilino

  • 780 insinuar

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

    * * *
    = 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.

    * * *
    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
    * * *

    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
    * * *
    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
    * * *
    v/t insinuate
    * * *
    insinuar {3} vt
    : to insinuate, to hint at
    * * *
    1. (en general) to hint
    2. (algo desagradable) to insinuate
    ¿qué insinúas? what are you insinuating?

    Spanish-English dictionary > insinuar

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