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  • 181 día laborable

    m.
    working day, workday, business day, weekday.
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    working day, workday
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    (n.) = workday, business day, weekday, working day
    Ex. This article describes a study of stress conducted in a university library using the following categories: workload; schedule and workday; feeling pulled and tugged; physical facilities; unchallenging work; and miscellaneous.
    Ex. It began publication in 1950 and is issued every business day.
    Ex. The 3 elements of the event are: weekday visits; evening sessions; and 'Super Saturday' gala days.
    Ex. A free-standing terminal is a computer in its own right, which processes and stores data about the transactions and which may also exchange data with a central computer at predetermined intervals, say at the end of a working day.
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    (n.) = workday, business day, weekday, working day

    Ex: This article describes a study of stress conducted in a university library using the following categories: workload; schedule and workday; feeling pulled and tugged; physical facilities; unchallenging work; and miscellaneous.

    Ex: It began publication in 1950 and is issued every business day.
    Ex: The 3 elements of the event are: weekday visits; evening sessions; and 'Super Saturday' gala days.
    Ex: A free-standing terminal is a computer in its own right, which processes and stores data about the transactions and which may also exchange data with a central computer at predetermined intervals, say at the end of a working day.

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    work day

    Spanish-English dictionary > día laborable

  • 182 día libre

    m.
    day off, holiday, holy day, day out.
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    day off
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    ( sin trabajo) day off; ( sin compromisos) free day
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    Ex. On one occasion we were also printing on our days off which meant that the journeymen had to be fed and paid overtime.
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    ( sin trabajo) day off; ( sin compromisos) free day
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    Ex: On one occasion we were also printing on our days off which meant that the journeymen had to be fed and paid overtime.

    Spanish-English dictionary > día libre

  • 183 día tras día

    day after day
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    = day after day, day in and day out, day by day
    Ex. In vain I walked from one end of London to the other, and trod the 'stony-hearted streets' from morning to night, day after day.
    Ex. People with diabetes have to do it every day, day in and day out.
    Ex. The technical developments which would underpin such a service are becoming more widely available year by year, if not week by week or day by day.
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    = day after day, day in and day out, day by day

    Ex: In vain I walked from one end of London to the other, and trod the 'stony-hearted streets' from morning to night, day after day.

    Ex: People with diabetes have to do it every day, day in and day out.
    Ex: The technical developments which would underpin such a service are becoming more widely available year by year, if not week by week or day by day.

    Spanish-English dictionary > día tras día

  • 184 en especial

    especially
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    = especially (specially), notably, specially (especially)
    Ex. This software is important to the further implementation of the record format, especially in developing countries.
    Ex. In some subject fields, notably business, there may be both bibliographic and non-bibliographic data bases covering different aspects of the topic.
    Ex. In addition, the library has also set up a centre specially for immigrant workers.
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    = especially (specially), notably, specially (especially)

    Ex: This software is important to the further implementation of the record format, especially in developing countries.

    Ex: In some subject fields, notably business, there may be both bibliographic and non-bibliographic data bases covering different aspects of the topic.
    Ex: In addition, the library has also set up a centre specially for immigrant workers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en especial

  • 185 enviado especial

    m.
    special envoy, ambassador-at-large.
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    special correspondent
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    (Pol) special envoy; (Period) special correspondent
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    Ex. He should stand a little in the background, like the press secretary when the President is holding a press conference with the Washington correspondents.
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    (Pol) special envoy; (Period) special correspondent
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    Ex: He should stand a little in the background, like the press secretary when the President is holding a press conference with the Washington correspondents.

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    1 POL special envoy
    2 de periódico special correspondent

    Spanish-English dictionary > enviado especial

  • 186 estar al día

    figurado to be up to date
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    (v.) = monitor + developments, stay on top of + the game, stay on top of, stay on + top of things, keep on + top of things, be on top of things
    Ex. Users of federal statistics have to rely on a wide variety of sources to monitor developments = Los usuarios de las estadísticas federales tienen que utilizar una amplia variedad de fuentes para estar al día.
    Ex. Making progress and staying on top of the game in anything you set out to do is vital to ensuring a favorable outcome.
    Ex. Adapting to change -- and staying on top of the changes -- is a huge key to success in industry.
    Ex. Climate change has moved up the agenda massively in recent years and the meat industry needs to stay on top of things to avoid being caught out.
    Ex. It's a winning situation, as long as you keep on top of things.
    Ex. Email is a wonderful invention for people who want to be on top of things.
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    (v.) = monitor + developments, stay on top of + the game, stay on top of, stay on + top of things, keep on + top of things, be on top of things

    Ex: Users of federal statistics have to rely on a wide variety of sources to monitor developments = Los usuarios de las estadísticas federales tienen que utilizar una amplia variedad de fuentes para estar al día.

    Ex: Making progress and staying on top of the game in anything you set out to do is vital to ensuring a favorable outcome.
    Ex: Adapting to change -- and staying on top of the changes -- is a huge key to success in industry.
    Ex: Climate change has moved up the agenda massively in recent years and the meat industry needs to stay on top of things to avoid being caught out.
    Ex: It's a winning situation, as long as you keep on top of things.
    Ex: Email is a wonderful invention for people who want to be on top of things.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar al día

  • 187 luz del día

    daylight
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    (n.) = daylight
    Ex. As we all know the traditional type of building depended on using elements of the external wall to permite daylight and ventilation to condition the internal spaces.
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    (n.) = daylight

    Ex: As we all know the traditional type of building depended on using elements of the external wall to permite daylight and ventilation to condition the internal spaces.

    Spanish-English dictionary > luz del día

  • 188 mantenerse al día de

    (v.) = keep + abreast of, keep + pace with, keep up with, stay + abreast of, keep + a finger on the pulse of, stay in + step with, keep in + step with, keep + step with
    Ex. These are designed to include the main points of interest on any issue to the general reader who wishes to keep abreast of current events without having to refer to any further documentation.
    Ex. In the light of the information explosion, no researcher can now realistically expect to keep pace with developments in his own field, let alone those in allied fields = En vista del crecimiento vertiginoso de la información, siendo realista ahora el investigador no puede mantenerse al día en los avances de su propio campo y mucho menos de los de campos afines.
    Ex. More powerful, feature-filled hardware and software is coming onto the market daily and merely keeping up with what is new is taking up more and more time.
    Ex. This strategy enables companies to learn of new technologies, stay abreast of dynamic changes and trends, and avoid creative stagnancy.
    Ex. Further, routine introduction of data into the planning process can help managers keep a finger on the pulse of change = Además, la introducción regular de información en el proceso de planificación puede ayudar a los responsables a mantenerse al día.
    Ex. Reference librarians need to stay in step with the growing number of state, regional, national, and international information networks currently available in order to assist their users.
    Ex. The model needs good adaptability and scalability to keep in step with the rapidly developing World Wide Web.
    Ex. Although they changed over time, they failed to keep step with the broad social changes affecting women's lives in the early 20th century.
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    (v.) = keep + abreast of, keep + pace with, keep up with, stay + abreast of, keep + a finger on the pulse of, stay in + step with, keep in + step with, keep + step with

    Ex: These are designed to include the main points of interest on any issue to the general reader who wishes to keep abreast of current events without having to refer to any further documentation.

    Ex: In the light of the information explosion, no researcher can now realistically expect to keep pace with developments in his own field, let alone those in allied fields = En vista del crecimiento vertiginoso de la información, siendo realista ahora el investigador no puede mantenerse al día en los avances de su propio campo y mucho menos de los de campos afines.
    Ex: More powerful, feature-filled hardware and software is coming onto the market daily and merely keeping up with what is new is taking up more and more time.
    Ex: This strategy enables companies to learn of new technologies, stay abreast of dynamic changes and trends, and avoid creative stagnancy.
    Ex: Further, routine introduction of data into the planning process can help managers keep a finger on the pulse of change = Además, la introducción regular de información en el proceso de planificación puede ayudar a los responsables a mantenerse al día.
    Ex: Reference librarians need to stay in step with the growing number of state, regional, national, and international information networks currently available in order to assist their users.
    Ex: The model needs good adaptability and scalability to keep in step with the rapidly developing World Wide Web.
    Ex: Although they changed over time, they failed to keep step with the broad social changes affecting women's lives in the early 20th century.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mantenerse al día de

  • 189 menú del día

    set menu
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    (n.) = table d'hote, set menu
    Ex. The article ' Table d'Hote and A la Carte: Collecting rare science books' examines historically the methodology of collection development in collections of rare science books.
    Ex. This superb restaurant will tempt you with lavish buffets or set menus while feasting your eyes on the breathtaking view.
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    (n.) = table d'hote, set menu

    Ex: The article ' Table d'Hote and A la Carte: Collecting rare science books' examines historically the methodology of collection development in collections of rare science books.

    Ex: This superb restaurant will tempt you with lavish buffets or set menus while feasting your eyes on the breathtaking view.

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    Common in Spain, especially at lunchtime, this consists of a selection of courses for a fixed price. A drink and coffee are often included in the price.

    Spanish-English dictionary > menú del día

  • 190 noche y día

    day and night
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    = day and night, night and day
    Ex. As those seeking information expect rapid service, day and night, publishers must be innovative and adapt to the challenges ahead.
    Ex. And they worked night and day to make their dream come true.
    * * *
    = day and night, night and day

    Ex: As those seeking information expect rapid service, day and night, publishers must be innovative and adapt to the challenges ahead.

    Ex: And they worked night and day to make their dream come true.

    Spanish-English dictionary > noche y día

  • 191 orden del día

    * * *
    I II
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    (n.) = agenda
    Ex. The session on library and information services to people with disabilities addressed on agenda developed out of the feedback from various regional groups.
    * * *
    I II
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    (n.) = agenda

    Ex: The session on library and information services to people with disabilities addressed on agenda developed out of the feedback from various regional groups.

    * * *
    agenda

    Spanish-English dictionary > orden del día

  • 192 poner al día

    to bring up to date
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    (v.) = bring + Nombre + up to date, bring + Nombre + up to scratch
    Ex. While Jewett, contemplating the use of individual entries that could more easily be changed and brought up to date, found it desirable to rule that the entry should be under the latest name used by the author.
    Ex. Dilapidated housing will be brought up to scratch thanks to a cash injection which could total millions of pounds.
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    poner al día(de)
    (v.) = bring + Nombre + up to speed (on), get + Nombre + up to speed on

    Ex: The article has the title ' Bringing staff up to speed'.

    Ex: If someone can get me up to speed on this I can have a stab at writing it up for others to follow.

    (v.) = bring + Nombre + up to date, bring + Nombre + up to scratch

    Ex: While Jewett, contemplating the use of individual entries that could more easily be changed and brought up to date, found it desirable to rule that the entry should be under the latest name used by the author.

    Ex: Dilapidated housing will be brought up to scratch thanks to a cash injection which could total millions of pounds.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner al día

  • 193 puesta al día

    updating
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    (n.) = catch-up [catchup], updatability, update [up-date]
    Ex. Today's online information industry is playing a game of catch-up, and must out-think current market leaders in order to find profitable new markets.
    Ex. This article presents a request for new facilities which make use of the most outstanding capabilities of computerised information retrieval: selectivity, computing power and immediate updatability of information.
    Ex. The National Union Catalog is still published with quarterly updates, and is cumulated annually and quinquennially.
    * * *
    (n.) = catch-up [catchup], updatability, update [up-date]

    Ex: Today's online information industry is playing a game of catch-up, and must out-think current market leaders in order to find profitable new markets.

    Ex: This article presents a request for new facilities which make use of the most outstanding capabilities of computerised information retrieval: selectivity, computing power and immediate updatability of information.
    Ex: The National Union Catalog is still published with quarterly updates, and is cumulated annually and quinquennially.

    Spanish-English dictionary > puesta al día

  • 194 un día sí y otro no

    every other day
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    Ex. The bottom line of this research is that skipping one meal every day or every other day should slow or prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease.
    * * *

    Ex: The bottom line of this research is that skipping one meal every day or every other day should slow or prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease.

    Spanish-English dictionary > un día sí y otro no

  • 195 ver la luz del día

    (v.) = see + the light of day
    Ex. The article 'OSI: will it ever see the light of day?' concludes that the promise of OSI has been bold and ambitious but that its delivery has been significantly delayed beyond its initial projections = El artículo "OSI: ¿ verá alguna vez la luz del día?" concluye que la promesa de OSI ha sido osada y ambiciosa pero que su publicación se ha visto retrasada considerablemente por encima de las previsiones iniciales.
    * * *
    (v.) = see + the light of day

    Ex: The article 'OSI: will it ever see the light of day?' concludes that the promise of OSI has been bold and ambitious but that its delivery has been significantly delayed beyond its initial projections = El artículo "OSI: ¿ verá alguna vez la luz del día?" concluye que la promesa de OSI ha sido osada y ambiciosa pero que su publicación se ha visto retrasada considerablemente por encima de las previsiones iniciales.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ver la luz del día

  • 196 día de Año Nuevo

    New Year's Day
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    el día de Año Nuevo New Year's Day
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    el día de Año Nuevo New Year's Day

    Spanish-English dictionary > día de Año Nuevo

  • 197 día de la madre

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    el día de la madre
    (n.) = Mother's Day, Mothering Sunday

    Ex: The focus is on St. Valentine's Day and Mother's Day, but consideration is also given to other events such as the Fourth of July and Father's Day.

    Ex: According to John Brandt, in Britain, it was customary, in the 18th and the early 19th centuries, to allow the servants to take the day off on Mothering Sundays.

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    Mother’s Day

    Spanish-English dictionary > día de la madre

  • 198 día de los enamorados

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    el día de los enamorados
    (n.) = St. Valentine's Day

    Ex: The focus is on St. Valentine's Day and Mother's Day, but consideration is also given to other events such as the Fourth of July and Father's Day.

    Spanish-English dictionary > día de los enamorados

  • 199 día de los inocentes

    28th December, (≈ April Fools' Day)
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    Spanish-English dictionary > día de los inocentes

  • 200 día de los muertos

    (AmL): el día de los día All Souls' Day
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    (AmL): el día de los día All Souls' Day
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    L.Am.
    All Souls’ Day

    Spanish-English dictionary > día de los muertos

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