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  • 1 compasivo

    adj.
    compassionate, merciful, tender, caring.
    * * *
    1 compassionate, sympathetic
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    (f. - compasiva)
    adj.
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    * * *
    - va adjetivo compassionate
    * * *
    = compassionate, caring, sympathetic, merciful.
    Ex. However compassionate, courteous, and unpressed for time one is, it becomes necessary to move on to other duties.
    Ex. Public library services to children from birth have an essential role in developing a caring, informed and competent adult society.
    Ex. 'We should be more sympathetic and persuasive with the chief honchos'.
    Ex. Whatever their beliefs, artists who depicted the return of the prodigal son presented the message that God is merciful and willing to forgive repentant sinners.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo compassionate
    * * *
    = compassionate, caring, sympathetic, merciful.

    Ex: However compassionate, courteous, and unpressed for time one is, it becomes necessary to move on to other duties.

    Ex: Public library services to children from birth have an essential role in developing a caring, informed and competent adult society.
    Ex: 'We should be more sympathetic and persuasive with the chief honchos'.
    Ex: Whatever their beliefs, artists who depicted the return of the prodigal son presented the message that God is merciful and willing to forgive repentant sinners.

    * * *
    compassionate
    * * *

    compasivo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    compassionate
    compasivo,-a adjetivo compassionate: no sé si está siendo compasivo o condescendiente, I don't know if he's being compassionate or condescending

    ' compasivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    compasiva
    English:
    compassionate
    - humane
    - merciful
    - soft
    - soft-hearted
    - sorry
    - supportive
    - sympathetic
    - tender
    - tender-hearted
    * * *
    compasivo, -a adj
    compassionate, sympathetic
    * * *
    adj compassionate
    * * *
    compasivo, -va adj
    : compassionate, sympathetic

    Spanish-English dictionary > compasivo

  • 2 comprensivo

    adj.
    1 understanding, sensitive, tolerant, broad-minded.
    2 understanding.
    3 comprehensive, of large scope, all-embracing, broad-scope.
    4 comprehensive.
    5 comprehensive, providing wide coverage and protection.
    * * *
    1 (tolerante) understanding
    \
    comprensivo,-a de comprising, made up of
    * * *
    (f. - comprensiva)
    adj.
    * * *
    * * *
    - va adjetivo understanding
    * * *
    = comprehensive, forgiving, understanding, empathic, caring, sympathetic, empathetic.
    Ex. One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
    Ex. Data base design is less forgiving when it comes to intellectual ambiguities than are the traditional methods and tools of the art historian.
    Ex. There has been no change in all the years since, except that librarians have become more understanding and less patronising.
    Ex. A good reference librarian is tactful, intelligent, imaginative, ingenious, helpful, empathic, curious, persistent, energetic, sensitive, polite, and assured.
    Ex. Public library services to children from birth have an essential role in developing a caring, informed and competent adult society.
    Ex. 'We should be more sympathetic and persuasive with the chief honchos'.
    Ex. It is imperative for young people to learn to be empathetic, both for their own good and for the good of society as a whole.
    ----
    * poco comprensivo = unsympathetic.
    * ser lo suficientemente comprensivo = go + far enough.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo understanding
    * * *
    = comprehensive, forgiving, understanding, empathic, caring, sympathetic, empathetic.

    Ex: One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.

    Ex: Data base design is less forgiving when it comes to intellectual ambiguities than are the traditional methods and tools of the art historian.
    Ex: There has been no change in all the years since, except that librarians have become more understanding and less patronising.
    Ex: A good reference librarian is tactful, intelligent, imaginative, ingenious, helpful, empathic, curious, persistent, energetic, sensitive, polite, and assured.
    Ex: Public library services to children from birth have an essential role in developing a caring, informed and competent adult society.
    Ex: 'We should be more sympathetic and persuasive with the chief honchos'.
    Ex: It is imperative for young people to learn to be empathetic, both for their own good and for the good of society as a whole.
    * poco comprensivo = unsympathetic.
    * ser lo suficientemente comprensivo = go + far enough.

    * * *
    understanding
    * * *

    comprensivo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    understanding
    comprensivo,-a adjetivo understanding: es muy comprensiva, she's very understanding

    ' comprensivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    benigna
    - benigno
    - comprensiva
    - liberal
    - condescendiente
    English:
    caring
    - forgiving
    - sport
    - sympathetic
    - understanding
    - unsympathetic
    * * *
    comprensivo, -a adj
    understanding;
    mostrarse comprensivo (con alguien) to be understanding (with sb)
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    adj understanding
    * * *
    comprensivo, -va adj
    : understanding
    * * *
    comprensivo adj understanding / sympathetic

    Spanish-English dictionary > comprensivo

  • 3 gerifalte

    m.
    1 gerfalcon (ave).
    2 bigwig (person).
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    1 (ave) gerfalcon, gyrfalcon
    \
    estar como un gerifalte / vivir como un gerifalte to live like a lord
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=persona) important person, bigwig *

    estar o vivir como un gerifalte — to live like a king o lord

    2) (=ave) gerfalcon
    * * *
    1) (Zool) gyrfalcon
    2) ( persona importante) bigwig (colloq)
    * * *
    = honcho, head honcho, boss [bosses, -pl.], chief honcho, gaffer.
    Ex. Of course, no one but a few honchos at IBM and Oracle know the real answer.
    Ex. Only 17 percent of head honchos say research and development (R&D) drives innovation in their business, a new study has found.
    Ex. The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.
    Ex. 'We should be more sympathetic and persuasive with the chief honchos'.
    Ex. Watford gaffer believes his team's home games hold the key to their ability to survive in the Premiership.
    * * *
    1) (Zool) gyrfalcon
    2) ( persona importante) bigwig (colloq)
    * * *
    = honcho, head honcho, boss [bosses, -pl.], chief honcho, gaffer.

    Ex: Of course, no one but a few honchos at IBM and Oracle know the real answer.

    Ex: Only 17 percent of head honchos say research and development (R&D) drives innovation in their business, a new study has found.
    Ex: The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.
    Ex: 'We should be more sympathetic and persuasive with the chief honchos'.
    Ex: Watford gaffer believes his team's home games hold the key to their ability to survive in the Premiership.

    * * *
    A ( Zool) gyrfalcon
    * * *
    1. [ave] gyrfalcon
    2. Fam [persona] bigwig
    * * *
    m ZO gyrfalcon; fam
    bigwig fam

    Spanish-English dictionary > gerifalte

  • 4 jefe

    adj.
    chief, top.
    m.
    1 boss, principal, chief, manager.
    2 chief, chieftain, leader, ringleader.
    3 boss, woman in charge, headwoman, top woman.
    4 boss.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 boss, head, chief
    2 COMERCIO (hombre) manager; (mujer) manageress
    3 PLÍTICA leader
    4 MILITAR officer in command
    interjección ¡jefe!
    1 familiar waiter!
    1 familiar the old lady, the wife
    \
    jefe de estación station master
    jefe de Estado Head of State
    jefe de Estado Mayor Chief of Staff
    jefe de redacción editor in chief
    jefe de ventas sales manager
    jefe supremo commander-in-chief
    * * *
    (f. - jefa)
    noun
    1) boss
    2) head
    * * *
    jefe, -a
    SM / F
    1) (=superior) boss; (=director) head; (Pol) leader; (Com) manager; (Mil) officer in command; [de tribu] chief

    ¿quién es el jefe aquí? — who's in charge around here?

    jefe/a civil — Caribe registrar

    jefe/a de almacén — warehouse manager/manageress

    jefe/a de bomberos — fire chief, chief fire officer

    jefe/a de cabina — (Aer) chief steward/stewardess

    jefe/a de camareros — head waiter/waitress

    jefe/a de cocina — head chef

    jefe/a de equipo — team leader

    jefe/a de estación — station master, station manager

    jefe/a de estado — head of state

    jefe/a de estado mayor — chief of staff

    jefe/a de estudios — (Escol) director of studies

    jefe/a de filas — (Pol) party leader

    jefe/a de máquinas — (Náut) chief engineer

    jefe/a de márketing — marketing manager

    jefe/a de obras — site manager

    jefe/a de oficina — office manager/manageress

    jefe/a de personal — personnel manager

    jefe/a de pista — ringmaster

    jefe/a de plató — (Cine, TV) floor manager

    jefe/a de producción — production manager

    jefe/a de protocolo — chief of protocol

    jefe/a de realización — (Cine, TV) production manager

    jefe/a de redacción — editor-in-chief

    jefe/a de sala — head waiter/waitress

    jefe/a de taller — foreman

    jefe/a de tren — guard, conductor (EEUU)

    jefe/a de ventas — sales manager

    jefe/a ejecutivo/a — chief executive

    jefe/a supremo/a — commander-in-chief

    2) [como apelativo]

    ¡oiga jefe! — hey!, mate! *

    sí, mi jefe — esp LAm yes, sir o boss

    * * *
    - fa masculino, femenino, jefe masculino y femenino
    a) ( superior) boss
    b) ( de empresa) manager; ( de sección) head; ( de tribu) chief
    c) (Pol) leader
    d) ( como apelativo) buddy (AmE colloq), mate (BrE colloq)
    e) jefes masculino plural (fam) ( padres) folks (pl) (colloq)
    * * *
    = boss [bosses, -pl.], chief, employer, chief honcho, top official, top position, head honcho, honcho, gaffer, leader.
    Ex. The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.
    Ex. He subsequently served as chief of that Division, chief of the Serial Record Division, Assistant Director for Cataloging of the Processing Department, Director of the Processing Department, and Assistant Librarian of Processing Services.
    Ex. But we have an obligation to these students, to their future employers and colleagues, to society in general and to ourselves to ensure that our 'processing' makes an important difference.
    Ex. 'We should be more sympathetic and persuasive with the chief honchos'.
    Ex. Some who felt that many of the top officials in libraries and professional organizations were men.
    Ex. In spite of the preponderance of women in the profession 44 of 61 top positions are held by men.
    Ex. Only 17 percent of head honchos say research and development (R&D) drives innovation in their business, a new study has found.
    Ex. Of course, no one but a few honchos at IBM and Oracle know the real answer.
    Ex. Watford gaffer believes his team's home games hold the key to their ability to survive in the Premiership.
    Ex. The proud mother, as a result, had been a leader in the fight to establish a program for the 'gifted and talented' in the public school system.
    ----
    * ¡cómo se nota que no está el jefe! = while the cat's away, the mice will play.
    * editor jefe = editor-in-chief.
    * jefa de oficina de correos = postmistress.
    * jefe de cocina = chef.
    * jefe de escuadrón = squadron leader.
    * jefe de espías = spymaster.
    * jefe de estado = head of state, chief of state.
    * jefe de facturación = billing clerk.
    * jefe de la tribu = tribal chief.
    * jefe del estado mayor = Chief of Staff.
    * jefe de los servicios de gestión del conocimiento = chief knowledge officer (CKO).
    * jefe de los servicios de información = chief information officer (CIO).
    * jefe del servicio de catalogación = cataloguing head.
    * jefe del servicio de referencia = reference head.
    * jefe de milicia = warlord.
    * jefe de oficina = office manager.
    * jefe de oficina de correos = postmaster.
    * jefe de personal = personnel officer, welfare officer, staff manager.
    * jefe de personal de la biblioteca = library personnel officer.
    * jefe de policía = chief constable, police chief.
    * jefe de prensa = press officer.
    * jefe de recursos humanos = human resource manager.
    * jefe de sección = section head.
    * jefe de taller = overseer.
    * jefe militar = army official, army officer.
    * muchos jefes y pocos trabajadores = too many chiefs and not enough Indians.
    * ser el jefe = be in charge, call + the shots, be the boss, call + the tune, rule + the roost.
    * * *
    - fa masculino, femenino, jefe masculino y femenino
    a) ( superior) boss
    b) ( de empresa) manager; ( de sección) head; ( de tribu) chief
    c) (Pol) leader
    d) ( como apelativo) buddy (AmE colloq), mate (BrE colloq)
    e) jefes masculino plural (fam) ( padres) folks (pl) (colloq)
    * * *
    = boss [bosses, -pl.], chief, employer, chief honcho, top official, top position, head honcho, honcho, gaffer, leader.

    Ex: The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.

    Ex: He subsequently served as chief of that Division, chief of the Serial Record Division, Assistant Director for Cataloging of the Processing Department, Director of the Processing Department, and Assistant Librarian of Processing Services.
    Ex: But we have an obligation to these students, to their future employers and colleagues, to society in general and to ourselves to ensure that our 'processing' makes an important difference.
    Ex: 'We should be more sympathetic and persuasive with the chief honchos'.
    Ex: Some who felt that many of the top officials in libraries and professional organizations were men.
    Ex: In spite of the preponderance of women in the profession 44 of 61 top positions are held by men.
    Ex: Only 17 percent of head honchos say research and development (R&D) drives innovation in their business, a new study has found.
    Ex: Of course, no one but a few honchos at IBM and Oracle know the real answer.
    Ex: Watford gaffer believes his team's home games hold the key to their ability to survive in the Premiership.
    Ex: The proud mother, as a result, had been a leader in the fight to establish a program for the 'gifted and talented' in the public school system.
    * ¡cómo se nota que no está el jefe! = while the cat's away, the mice will play.
    * editor jefe = editor-in-chief.
    * jefa de oficina de correos = postmistress.
    * jefe de cocina = chef.
    * jefe de escuadrón = squadron leader.
    * jefe de espías = spymaster.
    * jefe de estado = head of state, chief of state.
    * jefe de facturación = billing clerk.
    * jefe de la tribu = tribal chief.
    * jefe del estado mayor = Chief of Staff.
    * jefe de los servicios de gestión del conocimiento = chief knowledge officer (CKO).
    * jefe de los servicios de información = chief information officer (CIO).
    * jefe del servicio de catalogación = cataloguing head.
    * jefe del servicio de referencia = reference head.
    * jefe de milicia = warlord.
    * jefe de oficina = office manager.
    * jefe de oficina de correos = postmaster.
    * jefe de personal = personnel officer, welfare officer, staff manager.
    * jefe de personal de la biblioteca = library personnel officer.
    * jefe de policía = chief constable, police chief.
    * jefe de prensa = press officer.
    * jefe de recursos humanos = human resource manager.
    * jefe de sección = section head.
    * jefe de taller = overseer.
    * jefe militar = army official, army officer.
    * muchos jefes y pocos trabajadores = too many chiefs and not enough Indians.
    * ser el jefe = be in charge, call + the shots, be the boss, call + the tune, rule + the roost.

    * * *
    jefe -fa
    masculine, feminine
    1 (superior) boss
    aquí el jefe soy yo I'm the boss here, I'm in charge here
    2 (de una sección, un departamento) head
    4 (de un partido, una banda) leader
    5 (como apelativo) buddy ( AmE colloq), mate ( BrE colloq), guv ( BrE colloq dated)
    6 jefes mpl ( fam) (padres) folks (pl) ( colloq), parents (pl)
    Compuestos:
    jefe/jefa de bomberos
    fire chief
    jefe/jefa de cocina
    chef
    jefe/jefa de departamento
    head of department
    jefe/jefa de estación
    stationmaster
    jefe/jefa de Estado
    head of state
    jefe/jefa de Estado Mayor
    Chief of Staff
    jefe/jefa de estudios
    director of studies
    jefe/jefa de filas
    group leader
    jefe/jefa de gobierno
    (primer ministro) prime minister; (presidente) president
    jefe/jefa de la guerrilla
    guerrilla leader
    jefe/jefa de la oposición
    leader of the opposition
    jefe/jefa de la policía
    chief of police
    jefe/jefa de los espías
    spymaster
    jefe/jefa de máquinas
    chief engineer
    jefe/jefa de negociado
    head of section, head of department
    jefe/jefa de oficina
    chief clerk, office manager
    jefe/jefa de personal
    personnel manager
    jefe/jefa de planta
    floor manager
    jefe/jefa de producción
    production manager
    jefe/jefa de producto
    product manager
    jefe/jefa de redacción
    editor-in-chief
    jefe/jefa de sección
    section head
    jefe/jefa de seguridad
    chief of security
    jefe/jefa de taller
    supervisor, foreman
    jefe/jefa de tren
    head conductor, train manager ( BrE)
    jefe/jefa de ventas
    sales manager
    * * *

     

    jefe
    ◊ -fa sustantivo masculino, femenino, jefe sustantivo masculino y femenino

    a) ( superior) boss;


    jefe de personal/ventas personnel/sales manager;
    jefe de redacción editor-in-chief

    ( de sección) head;
    ( de tribu) chief
    c) (Pol) leader;

    jefe de Estado/gobierno head of state/government

    jefe,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 boss
    Com manager
    jefe de estación, station master
    jefe de informativos, news editor
    jefe de personal, personnel manager
    jefe de redacción, editor-in-chief
    jefe de ventas, sales manager
    2 (líder) leader: es el jefe de la tribu, he's the chief of the tribe
    jefe de Estado, Head of State
    3 Mil comandante en jefe, commander-in-chief
    ' jefe' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    arder
    - bailar
    - bebida
    - cabestro
    - congraciarse
    - definitivamente
    - encima
    - faltar
    - gastar
    - gusano
    - jefa
    - mondarse
    - patrón
    - patrona
    - patrono
    - quemada
    - quemado
    - redactor
    - redactora
    - sapo
    - sheriff
    - tal
    - trinar
    - abajo
    - canciller
    - citar
    - comandante
    - condición
    - enfermero
    - facultar
    - mandar
    - pensar
    - plantear
    - quedar
    - rabiar
    - robar
    - salir
    - ver
    English:
    absence
    - abuse
    - anybody
    - approachable
    - around
    - ask for
    - bluster
    - boss
    - busywork
    - by
    - by-product
    - chancellor
    - chief
    - chieftain
    - clear
    - comeback
    - cow
    - deal with
    - departmental
    - deputy
    - discount
    - doormat
    - edit
    - even
    - expect
    - forceful
    - foreman
    - forge
    - frustrated
    - grievance
    - guard
    - head
    - higher-up
    - imagine
    - in
    - initially
    - leader
    - manager
    - marshal
    - mate
    - of
    - pass over
    - pat
    - pool
    - postmaster
    - promise
    - Secretary of State
    - sister
    - staff nurse
    - take over
    * * *
    jefe, -a nm,f
    1. [persona al mando] boss;
    [de empresa] manager, f manageress; [líder] leader; [de tribu, ejército] chief; [de departamento] head; Mil
    en jefe in-chief;
    Méx Fam
    como jefe: entró a la oficina como jefe he walked into the office as if he owned the place
    jefe de bomberos fire chief;
    jefe de compras purchasing manager;
    jefe de estación stationmaster;
    jefe de Estado head of state;
    jefe del estado mayor chief of staff;
    jefe de estudios director of studies;
    Dep jefe de fila(s) team leader [driver or cyclist];
    jefe de gabinete chief of staff;
    jefe de gobierno prime minister;
    una reunión de jefes de gobierno a meeting of heads of government;
    jefe de policía police chief, chief of police, Br chief constable;
    jefe de prensa press officer;
    jefe de producción production manager;
    jefe de producto product line manager;
    jefe de protocolo chief of protocol;
    jefe de proyecto project manager;
    jefe de redacción editor-in-chief;
    jefe de sección departmental head o chief;
    jefe de ventas sales manager
    2. Fam [como apelativo]
    pregúntale al jefe qué se debe ask the guy for the bill;
    jefe, pónganos dos cervezas give us two beers, Br guv o US mac
    3. Méx Fam [padre, madre] old man, f old girl
    4. Esp Fam
    mis jefes [mis padres] my folks
    * * *
    m, jefa f de departamento, organización head; ( superior) boss; POL leader; de tribu chief
    :
    mi jefe my dad fam ;
    mi jefa my mom fam
    * * *
    jefe, -fa n
    1) : chief, head, leader
    jefe de bomberos: fire chief
    2) : boss
    * * *
    jefe n
    1. (superior) boss [pl. bosses]
    3. (de un partido, de una asociación) leader

    Spanish-English dictionary > jefe

  • 5 mandamás

    f. & m.
    1 boss, chief, leader, top man.
    2 bossy chief, bossy person.
    * * *
    1 familiar bigwig, boss
    * * *
    SMF INV boss *, bigwig *
    * * *
    masculino y femenino (pl mandamás or - mases) (fam) big boss (colloq), bigwig (colloq)
    * * *
    = chief honcho, boss [bosses, -pl.], head honcho, honcho, bossy boots, gaffer, leader.
    Ex. 'We should be more sympathetic and persuasive with the chief honchos'.
    Ex. The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.
    Ex. Only 17 percent of head honchos say research and development (R&D) drives innovation in their business, a new study has found.
    Ex. Of course, no one but a few honchos at IBM and Oracle know the real answer.
    Ex. With the kids tucked into bed, bossy boots left to fill her empty life with some cocktails.
    Ex. Watford gaffer believes his team's home games hold the key to their ability to survive in the Premiership.
    Ex. The proud mother, as a result, had been a leader in the fight to establish a program for the 'gifted and talented' in the public school system.
    ----
    * ser el mandamás = call + the shots, be the boss, call + the tune, rule + the roost.
    * * *
    masculino y femenino (pl mandamás or - mases) (fam) big boss (colloq), bigwig (colloq)
    * * *
    = chief honcho, boss [bosses, -pl.], head honcho, honcho, bossy boots, gaffer, leader.

    Ex: 'We should be more sympathetic and persuasive with the chief honchos'.

    Ex: The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.
    Ex: Only 17 percent of head honchos say research and development (R&D) drives innovation in their business, a new study has found.
    Ex: Of course, no one but a few honchos at IBM and Oracle know the real answer.
    Ex: With the kids tucked into bed, bossy boots left to fill her empty life with some cocktails.
    Ex: Watford gaffer believes his team's home games hold the key to their ability to survive in the Premiership.
    Ex: The proud mother, as a result, had been a leader in the fight to establish a program for the 'gifted and talented' in the public school system.
    * ser el mandamás = call + the shots, be the boss, call + the tune, rule + the roost.

    * * *
    (pl mandamás or - mases) ( fam)
    big boss ( colloq), bigwig ( colloq)
    * * *

    mandamás mf bigshot
    * * *
    Fam Br big boss, US head honcho
    * * *
    m/f inv fam
    big shot fam
    * * *
    mandamás nmf, pl - mases fam : boss, bigwig, honcho

    Spanish-English dictionary > mandamás

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