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illegal work

  • 1 a cualquier precio

    at any cost
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    = at any cost, at all costs, at any price
    Ex. Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex. This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex. The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    * * *
    = at any cost, at all costs, at any price

    Ex: Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.

    Ex: This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex: The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a cualquier precio

  • 2 a toda costa

    at all costs, at any price
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    = absolutely, at all costs, come what may, at any cost, at any price
    Ex. Although not absolutely necessary, unique call numbers are very helpful during this stage of the conversion.
    Ex. This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex. He has promised to bring Sam back, and will do so come what may, even if it involves a trudge across the country in snowshoes.
    Ex. Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex. The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    * * *
    = absolutely, at all costs, come what may, at any cost, at any price

    Ex: Although not absolutely necessary, unique call numbers are very helpful during this stage of the conversion.

    Ex: This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex: He has promised to bring Sam back, and will do so come what may, even if it involves a trudge across the country in snowshoes.
    Ex: Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex: The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a toda costa

  • 3 contra viento y marea

    figurado come hell or high water
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    at all costs, come what may
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    = at all costs, against (all/the) odds, at any cost, at any price, come hell or high water
    Ex. This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex. Reg Groome has accomplished his revitalization program against odds that would have overwhelmed a weaker and less determined person.
    Ex. Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex. The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    Ex. Come hell or high water, I'm going to stick to my guns and make this happen.
    * * *
    = at all costs, against (all/the) odds, at any cost, at any price, come hell or high water

    Ex: This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.

    Ex: Reg Groome has accomplished his revitalization program against odds that would have overwhelmed a weaker and less determined person.
    Ex: Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex: The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    Ex: Come hell or high water, I'm going to stick to my guns and make this happen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > contra viento y marea

  • 4 cueste lo que cueste

    at any cost, whatever it costs
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    = at any cost, at all costs, at any price
    Ex. Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex. This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex. The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    * * *
    = at any cost, at all costs, at any price

    Ex: Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.

    Ex: This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex: The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cueste lo que cueste

  • 5 empleo ilegal

    (n.) = illegal work
    Ex. Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    * * *

    Ex: Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empleo ilegal

  • 6 empleo1

    Ex. Under WOMEN -- EMPLOYMENT, for instance, are listed works on the health and safety hazards of employment, the wages of employment, the problems of mothers, married and/or single women and employment, and so on.
    ----
    * antes de conseguir empleo = preappointment.
    * anuncio de empleo = job advertisement.
    * buscador de empleo = job applicant, job seeker.
    * buscar empleo = seek + employment.
    * búsqueda de empleo = job searching, job hunting.
    * centro de ayuda al empleo = job-help centre.
    * creación de empleo = job creation.
    * después de conseguir empleo = postappointment.
    * empleo atípico = atypical employment.
    * empleo ilegal = illegal work.
    * empleo irregular = irregular employment.
    * empleo precario = precarious employment.
    * feria del empleo = job fair, career fair.
    * hacer que Alguien pierda el empleo = put + Nombre + out of work.
    * oferta de empleo = career opportunity, job vacancy, job opportunities, job placement, career option, employment opportunity.
    * oficina de empleo = employment centre, employment bureau, job centre, labour exchange.
    * segregación en el empleo = job segregation, employment segregation.
    * seguridad en el empleo = employment protection and safety.
    * sin empleo = jobless.
    * solicitante de empleo = job applicant.
    * solicitud de empleo = job application.
    * tener un segundo empleo = moonlight, work + a second job.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empleo1

  • 7 por encima de todo

    above all
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    = at all costs, at any cost, at any price
    Ex. This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex. Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex. The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    * * *
    = at all costs, at any cost, at any price

    Ex: This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.

    Ex: Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex: The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por encima de todo

  • 8 sea como sea

    in any case
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    = be that as it may, at all costs, at any cost, at any price, come hell or high water
    Ex. Be that as it may, the fact is that there are tens of millions of MARC records in the world.
    Ex. This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex. Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex. The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    Ex. Come hell or high water, I'm going to stick to my guns and make this happen.
    * * *
    = be that as it may, at all costs, at any cost, at any price, come hell or high water

    Ex: Be that as it may, the fact is that there are tens of millions of MARC records in the world.

    Ex: This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex: Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex: The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    Ex: Come hell or high water, I'm going to stick to my guns and make this happen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sea como sea

  • 9 empleo

    m.
    1 use (uso).
    2 employment (trabajo).
    estar sin empleo to be out of work
    oficina de empleo ? job center
    pleno empleo full employment
    empleo compartido job sharing
    empleo comunitario community service
    empleo juvenil youth employment
    3 job, employment, occupation, post.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: emplear.
    * * *
    1 (trabajo) occupation, job
    2 PLÍTICA employment
    3 (uso) use
    \
    sin empleo unemployed, out of work, jobless
    empleo juvenil youth employment
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    noun m.
    2) use, usage
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    SM
    1) (=uso) use; [de tiempo] spending; (Com) investment
    2) (=trabajo) employment, work

    oficina de empleo employment agency

    3) (=puesto) job, post

    buscar un empleo — to look for a job, seek employment

    * * *
    1)
    a) ( trabajo) employment
    b) ( puesto) job
    2) ( uso) use
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( trabajo) employment
    b) ( puesto) job
    2) ( uso) use
    * * *
    empleo1

    Ex: Under WOMEN -- EMPLOYMENT, for instance, are listed works on the health and safety hazards of employment, the wages of employment, the problems of mothers, married and/or single women and employment, and so on.

    * antes de conseguir empleo = preappointment.
    * anuncio de empleo = job advertisement.
    * buscador de empleo = job applicant, job seeker.
    * buscar empleo = seek + employment.
    * búsqueda de empleo = job searching, job hunting.
    * centro de ayuda al empleo = job-help centre.
    * creación de empleo = job creation.
    * después de conseguir empleo = postappointment.
    * empleo atípico = atypical employment.
    * empleo ilegal = illegal work.
    * empleo irregular = irregular employment.
    * empleo precario = precarious employment.
    * feria del empleo = job fair, career fair.
    * hacer que Alguien pierda el empleo = put + Nombre + out of work.
    * oferta de empleo = career opportunity, job vacancy, job opportunities, job placement, career option, employment opportunity.
    * oficina de empleo = employment centre, employment bureau, job centre, labour exchange.
    * segregación en el empleo = job segregation, employment segregation.
    * seguridad en el empleo = employment protection and safety.
    * sin empleo = jobless.
    * solicitante de empleo = job applicant.
    * solicitud de empleo = job application.
    * tener un segundo empleo = moonlight, work + a second job.

    empleo2
    = exercise, employment, use, usage, utilisation [utilization, -USA].

    Ex: A poorly structured scheme requires the exercise of a good deal of initiative on the part of the indexer in order to overcome or avoid the poor structure.

    Ex: Through the employment of such implicitly derogatory terminology librarians virtually give themselves licence to disregard or downgrade the value of certain materials.
    Ex: Systematic mnemonics is the use of the same notation for a given topic wherever that topic occurs.
    Ex: Changes in usage of terms over time can also present problems = Los cambios en el uso de los términos con el transcurso del tiempo también pueden presentar problemas.
    Ex: On occasions it is necessary to adopt an order or arrangement which leads to the efficient utilisation of space.

    * * *
    A
    1 (trabajo) employment
    la creación de empleo the creation of employment o of jobs
    un crecimiento del empleo an increase in the number of people in employment
    2 (puesto) job
    tiene un buen empleo she has a good job
    está sin empleo she's out of work
    ha sido suspendido de empleo y sueldo he has been suspended without pay
    Compuesto:
    community work
    B (uso) use
    [ S ] modo de empleo instructions for use
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    Del verbo emplear: ( conjugate emplear)

    empleo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    empleó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    emplear    
    empleo
    emplear ( conjugate emplear) verbo transitivo
    1
    a) [empresa/organización] to employ

    b) ( colocar) ‹hijo/sobrinoto fix … up with a job

    2 ( usar) ‹energía/imaginación/material to use
    emplearse verbo pronominal (esp AmL) to get a job
    empleo sustantivo masculino
    1


    b) ( puesto) job;


    2 ( uso) use;
    ( on signs) modo de empleo instructions for use
    emplear verbo transitivo
    1 (utilizar) to use
    (esfuerzo, tiempo) to spend: empleó varias horas en terminar el dibujo, it took him a few hours to finish the picture
    2 (a un trabajador) to employ
    empleo sustantivo masculino
    1 (trabajo asalariado) job
    estar sin empleo, to be unemployed
    Pol employment
    2 (utilización) use
    modo de empleo, instructions for use
    ' empleo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    candidata
    - candidato
    - colocar
    - colocación
    - costar
    - emplear
    - fichar
    - función
    - incorporarse
    - INEM
    - informe
    - jugarse
    - oferta
    - oficina
    - puesta
    - puesto
    - rebajar
    - recomendación
    - regulación
    - rumbo
    - seguridad
    - suspensión
    - trabajo
    - vacante
    - bolsa
    - cazar
    - cesante
    - chamba
    - concursante
    - conseguir
    - futuro
    - mierda
    - modo
    - ocupación
    - ofrecer
    - pega
    - solicitar
    - ubicar
    - varado
    English:
    analyst
    - antidepressant
    - begin
    - debate
    - direction
    - ease
    - employment
    - engage
    - in
    - instruction
    - instrumental
    - job
    - job centre
    - job hunting
    - job seeker
    - knowledge
    - moonlight
    - resign
    - risk
    - seasonal
    - situation
    - steady-job
    - stop
    - try
    - use
    - work
    - employ
    - full
    * * *
    empleo nm
    1. [uso] use;
    modo de empleo instructions for use
    2. [trabajo] employment;
    empleo comunitario community service;
    empleo juvenil youth employment;
    empleo temporal temporary employment
    3. [puesto] job;
    un empleo de oficinista an office job;
    estar sin empleo to be out of work;
    estar suspendido de empleo y sueldo to be suspended without pay
    4. Mil rank
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    m
    1 employment;
    crear empleo create employment o jobs;
    plan de empleo employment plan;
    pleno empleo full employment
    2 ( puesto) job
    3 ( uso) use;
    modo de empleo instructions for use pl, directions pl
    * * *
    empleo nm
    1) ocupación: employment, occupation, job
    2) : use, usage
    * * *
    2. (trabajo) employment
    3. (uso) use

    Spanish-English dictionary > empleo

  • 10 trabajo negro

    m.
    illegal work.

    Spanish-English dictionary > trabajo negro

  • 11 enriquecimiento illegal

    = enriquecimiento ilegítimo, enriquecimiento ilícito, enriquecimiento torticero незаконное обогащение

    El diccionario Español-ruso jurídico > enriquecimiento illegal

  • 12 registro illegal

    = registro ilícito незаконный обыск

    El diccionario Español-ruso jurídico > registro illegal

  • 13 enriquecimiento illegal

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > enriquecimiento illegal

  • 14 registro illegal

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > registro illegal

  • 15 alborotar

    v.
    1 to disturb, to unsettle.
    el viento le alborotó el pelo the wind messed up her hair
    2 to be rowdy.
    ¡niños, no alborotéis! calm down, children!
    3 to agitate, to bestir, to disturb, to brawl.
    Ricardo alborota al grupo Richard agitates the group.
    4 to enthuse.
    María alborotó a las chicas y se fueron Mary enthused the girls and they left
    5 to flurry, to confuse by haste.
    Ricardo alborotó al grupo malévolamente Richard flurried the group malevolently.
    6 to rustle, to make rustle.
    El viento alborota los campos de maíz The wind rustles the corn fields.
    * * *
    1 (agitar) to agitate, excite
    2 (desordenar) to make untidy, turn upside down
    3 (sublevar) to incite to rebel
    1 to make a racket
    1 (excitarse) to get excited
    2 (el mar) to get rough
    3 (alarmarse) to be alarmed
    * * *
    1.
    VT (=agitar) to disturb, agitate; (=amotinar) to incite to rebel; (=excitar) to excite
    2.
    VI to make a racket, make a row
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo to make a racket
    2.
    a) ( agitar) to agitate, get... agitated; ( excitar) to get... excited
    b) < muchedumbre> to stir up
    3.
    alborotarse v pron
    1)
    a) ( agitarse) to get agitated o upset; ( excitarse) to get excited
    b) ( amotinarse) to riot
    2) mar to get rough
    * * *
    = stir up, dishevel, riot, incite.
    Ex. The goal of this guidebook is to help writers activate their brains to stir up more and better ideas and details.
    Ex. They will hurt, humiliate and dishevel the average gamer through bending and breaking the rules of online games.
    Ex. About 20000 workers rioted over high food prices and low wages on Saturday close to the Bangladesh capital Dhaka, police said.
    Ex. It is illegal to operate websites inciting terrorism under the Terrorism Act.
    ----
    * alborotar el cotarro = make + trouble.
    * alborotar el gallinero = set + the cat among the pigeons, put + the cat among the pigeons.
    * alborotar el palomar = set + the cat among the pigeons, put + the cat among the pigeons.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo to make a racket
    2.
    a) ( agitar) to agitate, get... agitated; ( excitar) to get... excited
    b) < muchedumbre> to stir up
    3.
    alborotarse v pron
    1)
    a) ( agitarse) to get agitated o upset; ( excitarse) to get excited
    b) ( amotinarse) to riot
    2) mar to get rough
    * * *
    = stir up, dishevel, riot, incite.

    Ex: The goal of this guidebook is to help writers activate their brains to stir up more and better ideas and details.

    Ex: They will hurt, humiliate and dishevel the average gamer through bending and breaking the rules of online games.
    Ex: About 20000 workers rioted over high food prices and low wages on Saturday close to the Bangladesh capital Dhaka, police said.
    Ex: It is illegal to operate websites inciting terrorism under the Terrorism Act.
    * alborotar el cotarro = make + trouble.
    * alborotar el gallinero = set + the cat among the pigeons, put + the cat among the pigeons.
    * alborotar el palomar = set + the cat among the pigeons, put + the cat among the pigeons.

    * * *
    alborotar [A1 ]
    vi
    to make a racket
    ■ alborotar
    vt
    1 (agitar) to agitate, get … agitated; (excitar) to get … excited
    alborota al resto de la clase he causes trouble among the rest of the class
    2 ‹muchedumbre› to incite, stir up
    A
    1 (agitarse) to get agitated o upset; (excitarse) to get excited
    2 (amotinarse) to riot
    B «mar» to get rough o choppy
    * * *

    alborotar ( conjugate alborotar) verbo intransitivo
    to make a racket
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( agitar) to agitate, get … agitated;

    ( excitar) to get … excited

    alborotarse verbo pronominal
    a) ( agitarse) to get agitated o upset;

    ( excitarse) to get excited

    alborotar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 (causar agitación) to agitate, work up
    2 (revolver, desordenar) to make untidy, turn upside down
    II vi (causar jaleo) to kick up a racket
    ' alborotar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    excite
    - ruffle
    * * *
    vt
    1. [perturbar] to disturb, to unsettle;
    Fam
    alborotar el gallinero to stir things up, to put the cat among the pigeons;
    en cuanto se habla de sueldos, se alborota el gallinero as soon as wages are mentioned, people get all worked up
    2. [amotinar] to stir up, to rouse
    3. [desordenar] to mess up;
    el viento le alborotó el pelo the wind messed up her hair
    vi
    to be rowdy;
    ¡niños, no alboroten! calm down, children!
    * * *
    I v/t
    1 stir up
    2 ( desordenar) disturb
    II v/i make a racket
    * * *
    1) : to excite, to agitate
    2) : to incite, to stir up
    * * *
    1. (revolucionar) to stir up [pt. & pp. stirred]
    2. (desordenar) to mess up
    3. (hacer ruido) to make a racket

    Spanish-English dictionary > alborotar

  • 16 armar bulla

    v.
    to make a racket.
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a stink, kick up + a fuss, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a stink, kick up + a fuss, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row

    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armar bulla

  • 17 armar la de San Quintín

    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.

    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armar la de San Quintín

  • 18 armar un escándalo

    to kick up a fuss
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = raise + a stink, kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    * * *
    (v.) = raise + a stink, kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row

    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armar un escándalo

  • 19 armar un lío

    to make a fuss
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.

    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armar un lío

  • 20 armar una bronca

    to kick up a fuss
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.

    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armar una bronca

См. также в других словарях:

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  • Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigration Responsibility Act — An anti illegal immigration bill amending the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), IIRIRA covered everything from border control to penalties on immigrants and employers who violate the immigration laws to allowable benefits for immigrants.… …   Law dictionary

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