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  • 821 menor2

    2 = minor, reduced, slight [sligther -comp., slightest -sup.], low-key [low key], lesser, lower-key, diminished, low-keyed.
    Ex. A study of bibliographic classification could concentrate solely upon the major, and some of the more minor bibliographic classification schemes used today.
    Ex. The model shows that market concentration rises with inelastic demand, reduced marginal costs and efficient technology.
    Ex. The ISBD(CP)'s recommendations are very similar in principle to those for AACR2's 'in' analytics, except for slight changes in punctuation and order.
    Ex. Activity is still low key, but will increase when the British Library puts up data bases on its own computer in 1977.
    Ex. The catalog's deterioration is leading us down the road to lesser quality library service.
    Ex. After all, print technology can be represented by pencial, pen, type, laser output, and so forth, but the effect is lower-key.
    Ex. This volume comes at a time when increasingly frequent criticisms have been leveled at superpower nations for their diminished interest in problems in Africa.
    Ex. Overall, he provides a low-keyed, lucid account that, with its many-leveled approach, does more than justice to the complex themes it studies.
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    * a menor escala = at a reduced rate.
    * cada vez menor = decreasing, dwindling, diminishing, declining, falling, shrinking, receding, sinking, ebbing, descending.
    * con un menor nivel educativo = lesser-educated.
    * delito de menor grado = misdemeanour [misdimeanor, -USA].
    * delito menor = petty offense, petty crime, minor offence.
    * demanda cada vez menor = falling demand.
    * de mayor o menor importancia = great and small.
    * de menor impacto = low impact [low-impact].
    * de menor importancia = fringe subject, of fringe interest.
    * de menor importancia para = on the fringe of.
    * desajuste cada vez menor entre... y = narrowing gap between... and, narrowing of the gap between... and.
    * de venta al por menor = retail.
    * diferencia cada vez menor entre... y = narrowing gap between... and, narrowing of the gap between... and.
    * en mayor o menor grado = to a greater or lesser degree.
    * en mayor o menor medida = to a greater or lesser extent.
    * en menor cantidad = less copiously.
    * en menor grado = to a lesser extent, to a lesser degree.
    * en paños menores = in + Posesivo + underclothes.
    * la menor duda de que = no doubt whatsoever.
    * menor de + Número = fewer than + Número.
    * menor, el = least, the.
    * no tener la menor importancia = be of no particular concern.
    * paños menores = undies.
    * presupuesto cada vez menor = shrinking budget.
    * ser el que con menor frecuencia = be (the) least likely to.
    * ser menor = be less.
    * símbolo de menor-que (<) = left angled bracket (<), less-than sign (<).
    * sin el menor asomo de duda = without a shadow of a doubt, beyond a shadow of a doubt, beyond a shadow of a doubt.
    * sin la menor duda = no mistake, no doubt.
    * sin la menor idea = clueless.
    * sin la menor sombra de duda = without a shadow of a doubt.
    * vender al por menor = retail.
    * venta al por menor = retailing, retail trade.
    * ventas al por menor = retail sales.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menor2

  • 822 mercadillo

    m.
    1 flea market.
    2 street market, boot sale, bazaar, flea market.
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    1 flea market, bazaar
    * * *
    SM street market; [benéfico] (charity) bazaar
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    masculino street market
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    = flea market, bazaar, street market, open-air market, farmers' market.
    Ex. Libraries should think carefully before rejecting 'the literature of the flea-market', for which there may be popular demand and without which serious study will be handicapped.
    Ex. The 1st step will be a massive reevaluation of how to promote and sell products and services in the electronic shopping bazaar.
    Ex. Street markets for fresh food, once the main source for the UK urban population, are now a minor contributor to overall sales.
    Ex. These everyday situations occur everywhere and include shopping in an open-air market, greeting friends, choosing clothes to wear, singing the national anthem at a football game, and so forth.
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
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    * comerciante de puesto de mercadillo = market trader, stall-holder.
    * dueño de puesto de mercadillo = stall-holder, market trader.
    * mercadillo agrícola semanal = farmers' market.
    * mercadillo al aire libre = street market, open-air market.
    * mercadillo casero = yard sale, garage sale.
    * mercadillo de prendas de segunda mano = rummage sale.
    * mercadillo de prendas usadas = rummage sale.
    * puesto de mercadillo = market stall.
    * * *
    masculino street market
    * * *
    = flea market, bazaar, street market, open-air market, farmers' market.

    Ex: Libraries should think carefully before rejecting 'the literature of the flea-market', for which there may be popular demand and without which serious study will be handicapped.

    Ex: The 1st step will be a massive reevaluation of how to promote and sell products and services in the electronic shopping bazaar.
    Ex: Street markets for fresh food, once the main source for the UK urban population, are now a minor contributor to overall sales.
    Ex: These everyday situations occur everywhere and include shopping in an open-air market, greeting friends, choosing clothes to wear, singing the national anthem at a football game, and so forth.
    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * comerciante de puesto de mercadillo = market trader, stall-holder.
    * dueño de puesto de mercadillo = stall-holder, market trader.
    * mercadillo agrícola semanal = farmers' market.
    * mercadillo al aire libre = street market, open-air market.
    * mercadillo casero = yard sale, garage sale.
    * mercadillo de prendas de segunda mano = rummage sale.
    * mercadillo de prendas usadas = rummage sale.
    * puesto de mercadillo = market stall.

    * * *
    street market
    * * *

    mercadillo sustantivo masculino
    street market
    mercadillo sustantivo masculino street market
    ' mercadillo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    rastrillo
    English:
    flea market
    - market
    - jumble
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    flea market
    * * *
    m street market
    * * *
    mercadillo n street market

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercadillo

  • 823 mercadillo agrícola semanal

    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * * *

    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercadillo agrícola semanal

  • 824 mercadillo al aire libre

    (n.) = street market, open-air market
    Ex. Street markets for fresh food, once the main source for the UK urban population, are now a minor contributor to overall sales.
    Ex. These everyday situations occur everywhere and include shopping in an open-air market, greeting friends, choosing clothes to wear, singing the national anthem at a football game, and so forth.
    * * *
    (n.) = street market, open-air market

    Ex: Street markets for fresh food, once the main source for the UK urban population, are now a minor contributor to overall sales.

    Ex: These everyday situations occur everywhere and include shopping in an open-air market, greeting friends, choosing clothes to wear, singing the national anthem at a football game, and so forth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercadillo al aire libre

  • 825 mercado al aire libre

    (n.) = street market, open-air market
    Ex. Street markets for fresh food, once the main source for the UK urban population, are now a minor contributor to overall sales.
    Ex. These everyday situations occur everywhere and include shopping in an open-air market, greeting friends, choosing clothes to wear, singing the national anthem at a football game, and so forth.
    * * *
    (n.) = street market, open-air market

    Ex: Street markets for fresh food, once the main source for the UK urban population, are now a minor contributor to overall sales.

    Ex: These everyday situations occur everywhere and include shopping in an open-air market, greeting friends, choosing clothes to wear, singing the national anthem at a football game, and so forth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado al aire libre

  • 826 mercado bibliotecario, el

    (n.) = library market, the
    Ex. Every publisher, materials vendor, systems vendor and bibliographic utility that serve libraries face sharp competition for a share of the ebbing library market.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado bibliotecario, el

  • 827 mercado bursátil

    m.
    equity market, stock market, money market, securities market.
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    stock market
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    (n.) = stock exchange, stock market, share market
    Ex. This article reviews the Moody's 5000 Plus data base, of over 5000 companies listed on the New York and American stock exchanges, on CD-ROM.
    Ex. This database supplies on-line information on current events, weather, sports, stock markets, health, travel and shopping.
    Ex. Due to the devastating drop in stock prices and a slump in the share market, share market traders predict a sharp drop in the sale of gold.
    * * *
    (n.) = stock exchange, stock market, share market

    Ex: This article reviews the Moody's 5000 Plus data base, of over 5000 companies listed on the New York and American stock exchanges, on CD-ROM.

    Ex: This database supplies on-line information on current events, weather, sports, stock markets, health, travel and shopping.
    Ex: Due to the devastating drop in stock prices and a slump in the share market, share market traders predict a sharp drop in the sale of gold.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado bursátil

  • 828 mercado comercial

    m.
    commercial market.
    * * *
    Ex. These changes will indubitably be ruled by the demands of commercial markets, largely multi-media entertainment, not the requirements of the academic community.
    * * *

    Ex: These changes will indubitably be ruled by the demands of commercial markets, largely multi-media entertainment, not the requirements of the academic community.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado comercial

  • 829 mercado corporativo

    Ex. With the advent of advanced computing platforms, DowVision is the first large-scale effort to broadcast real-time news to the corporate market.
    * * *

    Ex: With the advent of advanced computing platforms, DowVision is the first large-scale effort to broadcast real-time news to the corporate market.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado corporativo

  • 830 mercado de abastos

    wholesale food market
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    Ex. Public markets are a time-proven tradition within communities and an alternative to more modern establishments vending produce and goods.
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    Ex: Public markets are a time-proven tradition within communities and an alternative to more modern establishments vending produce and goods.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de abastos

  • 831 mercado de capitales

    (n.) = financial market, capital market
    Ex. Financial markets, which had been roiled Tuesday by a falling dollar and soaring energy prices, recovered some of their losses Wednesday.
    Ex. Recent research into the reaction of key executives to the integration and expansion of global capital markets suggests that many of them are almost ' as happy as Larry'.
    * * *
    (n.) = financial market, capital market

    Ex: Financial markets, which had been roiled Tuesday by a falling dollar and soaring energy prices, recovered some of their losses Wednesday.

    Ex: Recent research into the reaction of key executives to the integration and expansion of global capital markets suggests that many of them are almost ' as happy as Larry'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de capitales

  • 832 mercado de la educación

    (n.) = education market, educational market
    Ex. While the DVD format is gaining a following among video developers, its application in the education market has advanced only very slowly.
    Ex. Distance learning is an emerging educational market of compelling interest to higher education.
    * * *
    (n.) = education market, educational market

    Ex: While the DVD format is gaining a following among video developers, its application in the education market has advanced only very slowly.

    Ex: Distance learning is an emerging educational market of compelling interest to higher education.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de la educación

  • 833 mercado de la empresa

    Ex. With the advent of advanced computing platforms, DowVision is the first large-scale effort to broadcast real-time news to the corporate market.
    * * *

    Ex: With the advent of advanced computing platforms, DowVision is the first large-scale effort to broadcast real-time news to the corporate market.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de la empresa

  • 834 mercado de la información

    (n.) = information market place, information market
    Ex. Lengthy though it has been, this chapter has done no more than scratch the surface of the enormous revolution that is taking place in the information market place.
    Ex. This article examines the problems of forming and developing the capitalist information market.
    * * *
    (n.) = information market place, information market

    Ex: Lengthy though it has been, this chapter has done no more than scratch the surface of the enormous revolution that is taking place in the information market place.

    Ex: This article examines the problems of forming and developing the capitalist information market.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de la información

  • 835 mercado de la propiedad

    Ex. In an uncertain property market, it's not easy for investors to pick a winner.
    * * *

    Ex: In an uncertain property market, it's not easy for investors to pick a winner.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de la propiedad

  • 836 mercado de las microformas, el

    = microform market, the
    Ex. A knowledge of the microform market will bring familiarity with publishers and their goods, and will help in deciding what is a fair price.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de las microformas, el

  • 837 mercado de masas

    Ex. Pornography will be a key factor in the sustained growth of the consumer market for CD-ROM databases.
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    el mercado de masas
    = mass market, the

    Ex: In sport too authors' names can be important and so one finds instruction books on everything from archery to yachting being prepared for the mass market with authors who are popular household names on the cover.

    Ex: Pornography will be a key factor in the sustained growth of the consumer market for CD-ROM databases.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de masas

  • 838 mercado de masas, el

    = mass market, the
    Ex. In sport too authors' names can be important and so one finds instruction books on everything from archery to yachting being prepared for the mass market with authors who are popular household names on the cover.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de masas, el

  • 839 mercado de materias primas, el

    = commodity market, the
    Ex. Problems of price, performance and integration have impeded document management systems from entering the commodity market.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de materias primas, el

  • 840 mercado de suministro de documentos

    Ex. Commercial vendors are completely outside conventional library systems, and might cream off the profitable end of the document supply market.
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    Ex: Commercial vendors are completely outside conventional library systems, and might cream off the profitable end of the document supply market.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado de suministro de documentos

См. также в других словарях:

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