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immediacy

  • 1 ayudar a comprender mejor

    (v.) = offer + insights, improve + understanding, give + an insight into, glean + insights, provide + insight into, lend + understanding to
    Ex. A study of the ethical aspects of information systems can offer insights and methods to understand the problems which leaders in the information professions face. = Un estudio de los aspectos éticos de los sistemas de información puede ayudar a comprender mejor y proporcionarnos métodos para entender los problemas a los que se enfrentan los líderes de las profesiones de bibliotecario y de documentalista.
    Ex. This approach represents a conceptual advance that improves understanding of the complexities of the working world of information professionals.
    Ex. His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex. Their daily experiences provide grist for the writer's mill, from which insights concerning management processes may be gleaned.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. The text contains both black-and-white and color illustrations, which lend understanding to the topics being discussed.
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    (v.) = offer + insights, improve + understanding, give + an insight into, glean + insights, provide + insight into, lend + understanding to

    Ex: A study of the ethical aspects of information systems can offer insights and methods to understand the problems which leaders in the information professions face. = Un estudio de los aspectos éticos de los sistemas de información puede ayudar a comprender mejor y proporcionarnos métodos para entender los problemas a los que se enfrentan los líderes de las profesiones de bibliotecario y de documentalista.

    Ex: This approach represents a conceptual advance that improves understanding of the complexities of the working world of information professionals.
    Ex: His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex: Their daily experiences provide grist for the writer's mill, from which insights concerning management processes may be gleaned.
    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: The text contains both black-and-white and color illustrations, which lend understanding to the topics being discussed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ayudar a comprender mejor

  • 2 dar una idea de

    (v.) = give + a feel for, give + indication, provide + a glimpse of, give + a flavour of, be indicative of, provide + insight into, give + a picture, give + an insight into, give + an inkling of
    Ex. I have I hope given you a feel for the current thinking on university library building in the UK.
    Ex. The article 'Cross age tutoring works wonders' describes the development of that project, the basic tutoring session and gives an indication of the project's success.
    Ex. Close attention to the role of the computer specialist provides a glimpse of the world behind the reference desk.
    Ex. The physical representation of data on disks is a complicated subject and the foregoing discussion gives but a flavour of the various techniques.
    Ex. His definitive article, 'Backlog to Frontlog,' Library Journal (September 15, 1969), was indicative of his creative and simple, yet effective and economical solutions to traditional library problems.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. The 1981 census data was used as a rough guide to give a picture of the area and to compile graphs from these statistics.
    Ex. His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex. This collection of essays gives some inkling of where the early 1990s have left Bach study.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + a feel for, give + indication, provide + a glimpse of, give + a flavour of, be indicative of, provide + insight into, give + a picture, give + an insight into, give + an inkling of

    Ex: I have I hope given you a feel for the current thinking on university library building in the UK.

    Ex: The article 'Cross age tutoring works wonders' describes the development of that project, the basic tutoring session and gives an indication of the project's success.
    Ex: Close attention to the role of the computer specialist provides a glimpse of the world behind the reference desk.
    Ex: The physical representation of data on disks is a complicated subject and the foregoing discussion gives but a flavour of the various techniques.
    Ex: His definitive article, 'Backlog to Frontlog,' Library Journal (September 15, 1969), was indicative of his creative and simple, yet effective and economical solutions to traditional library problems.
    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: The 1981 census data was used as a rough guide to give a picture of the area and to compile graphs from these statistics.
    Ex: His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex: This collection of essays gives some inkling of where the early 1990s have left Bach study.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar una idea de

  • 3 impacto

    m.
    1 impact (choque).
    2 (impact) mark (señal).
    impacto de bala bullethole
    impacto ambiental environmental impact
    3 impact, strong impression.
    causar un gran impacto en alguien to make a big impact o impression on somebody
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: impactar.
    * * *
    1 (choque) impact
    2 (marca) mark; (agujero) hole
    \
    causar impacto to cause a stir
    impacto de bala bullet hole
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    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=golpe) [de vehículo, disparo] impact; LAm punch, blow
    2) (=efecto) [de noticia, cambios, leyes] impact
    * * *
    a) ( choque) impact
    b) (huella, señal) hole, mark
    c) (en el ánimo, público) impact
    * * *
    = impact, oomph, full force.
    Ex. This code had an important impact upon cataloguing practices in the United States and the United Kingdom, and endured for over half a century.
    Ex. Many recent commentators speak as if they think that computers can painlessly deliver the oomph we need in curriculum.
    Ex. Ireland's rugged coastline combined with the full force of Atlantic swell provides suitable conditions for surfing.
    ----
    * cráter producido por impacto = impact crater.
    * debatir el impacto de algo = discuss + the impact of.
    * de gran impacto = high impact [high-impact].
    * de menor impacto = low impact [low-impact].
    * de poco impacto = low impact [low-impact].
    * estudio de impacto = impact study.
    * estudio de impacto en el medio ambiente = environmental impact study.
    * evaluación del impacto en función del género = gender-impact assessment.
    * factor de impacto = impact factor.
    * factor de impacto de la revista = journal impact, journal impact factor.
    * factor de impacto web = Web impact factor (WIF/Web-IF).
    * factor impacto en la web = Web impact factor (WIF/Web-IF).
    * impacto científico = scientific impact.
    * impacto de citas = citation impact.
    * impacto duradero = lasting impact.
    * impacto económico = economic impact.
    * impacto educativo = educational impact.
    * impacto negativo = negative impact.
    * impacto político = political impact.
    * impacto positivo = positive impact.
    * impacto, toda la fuerza, todo la fuerza del impacto = full force.
    * impacto visual = visual impact.
    * indicador de impacto = impact indicator.
    * índice de impacto = impact indicator, impact factor.
    * índice de impacto de una publicación periódica = periodical impact factor.
    * índice de impacto inmediato = immediacy index.
    * matriz de puntos de impacto = impact dot matrix.
    * medir el impacto de Algo = gauge + the impact of.
    * minimizar el impacto = minimise + impact, minimise + impact.
    * reducir el impacto = minimise + impact.
    * tener impacto = make + impact.
    * tener impacto (sobre) = have + impact (on).
    * tener un gran impacto = have + a big impact.
    * toda la fuerza del impacto = full force.
    * * *
    a) ( choque) impact
    b) (huella, señal) hole, mark
    c) (en el ánimo, público) impact
    * * *
    = impact, oomph, full force.

    Ex: This code had an important impact upon cataloguing practices in the United States and the United Kingdom, and endured for over half a century.

    Ex: Many recent commentators speak as if they think that computers can painlessly deliver the oomph we need in curriculum.
    Ex: Ireland's rugged coastline combined with the full force of Atlantic swell provides suitable conditions for surfing.
    * cráter producido por impacto = impact crater.
    * debatir el impacto de algo = discuss + the impact of.
    * de gran impacto = high impact [high-impact].
    * de menor impacto = low impact [low-impact].
    * de poco impacto = low impact [low-impact].
    * estudio de impacto = impact study.
    * estudio de impacto en el medio ambiente = environmental impact study.
    * evaluación del impacto en función del género = gender-impact assessment.
    * factor de impacto = impact factor.
    * factor de impacto de la revista = journal impact, journal impact factor.
    * factor de impacto web = Web impact factor (WIF/Web-IF).
    * factor impacto en la web = Web impact factor (WIF/Web-IF).
    * impacto científico = scientific impact.
    * impacto de citas = citation impact.
    * impacto duradero = lasting impact.
    * impacto económico = economic impact.
    * impacto educativo = educational impact.
    * impacto negativo = negative impact.
    * impacto político = political impact.
    * impacto positivo = positive impact.
    * impacto, toda la fuerza, todo la fuerza del impacto = full force.
    * impacto visual = visual impact.
    * indicador de impacto = impact indicator.
    * índice de impacto = impact indicator, impact factor.
    * índice de impacto de una publicación periódica = periodical impact factor.
    * índice de impacto inmediato = immediacy index.
    * matriz de puntos de impacto = impact dot matrix.
    * medir el impacto de Algo = gauge + the impact of.
    * minimizar el impacto = minimise + impact, minimise + impact.
    * reducir el impacto = minimise + impact.
    * tener impacto = make + impact.
    * tener impacto (sobre) = have + impact (on).
    * tener un gran impacto = have + a big impact.
    * toda la fuerza del impacto = full force.

    * * *
    1 (choque) impact
    el impacto de la piedra hizo añicos el parabrisas the impact of the stone shattered the windscreen
    recibió un impacto de bala en el estómago she was shot in the stomach
    murió a consecuencia de un impacto de bala he died from a gunshot wound
    2 (huella, señal) hole, mark
    el cadáver tiene varios impactos de bala there are several bullet wounds in the body
    3 (en el ánimo, en el público) impact
    la obra no tuvo mucho impacto the play didn't make much impact o didn't have much of an impact
    la noticia causó un gran impacto the news had a great impact o caused quite a stir
    el impacto social de estas medidas the impact o effect of these measures on society
    el impacto sobre el medio ambiente the impact on the environment
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    Del verbo impactar: ( conjugate impactar)

    impacto es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    impactó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    impactar    
    impacto
    impactar ( conjugate impactar) verbo transitivo


    verbo intransitivo


    impacto sustantivo masculino
    a) ( choque) impact;


    b) (huella, señal) hole, mark;


    c) (en el ánimo, público) impact

    d) ( Inf) hit

    impactar verbo transitivo to shock, stun
    impacto sustantivo masculino
    1 (conmoción) impact
    impacto ambiental, environmental impact
    2 (choque) impact: el impacto de la botella contra el suelo, the impact of the bottle hitting the ground
    3 (de arma) hit: recibió un impacto de bala, he was shot
    ' impacto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    impresión
    - sensación
    - golpe
    English:
    absorb
    - bump
    - earthshattering
    - ecological
    - hit
    - impact
    - into
    - knock
    - shock
    - jerk
    * * *
    1. [choque] impact;
    recibió varios impactos de bala he was shot several times
    2. [señal] (impact) mark
    impacto de bala bullet hole
    3. [impresión] impact, impression;
    causar un gran impacto en alguien to have a big impact o make a big impression on sb;
    el accidente le causó un gran impacto the accident made a big impression on him o affected him very severely;
    el impacto político del cierre de una fábrica the political impact o fallout of the closure of a factory
    impacto ambiental environmental impact
    * * *
    impact;
    impacto ecológico/medioambiental ecological/environmental impact
    * * *
    1) : impact, effect
    2) : shock, collision
    * * *
    impacto n impact

    Spanish-English dictionary > impacto

  • 4 informativo

    adj.
    informative, illustrating, enlightening, informational.
    m.
    news program, news report, news.
    * * *
    1 (ilustrativo) informative
    2 (programa) news
    1 news programme, news
    \
    espacio informativo news programme
    folleto informativo information leaflet
    programa informativo news programme
    ————————
    1 news programme, news
    * * *
    (f. - informativa)
    adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=que informa) informative
    2) [comité] consultative, advisory
    2.
    SM (Radio, TV) news programme, news program (EEUU)
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo
    a) <servicios/campaña> information (before n)

    programa informativo — news program*

    b) ( instructivo) informative
    II
    masculino (news) program*
    * * *
    = explanatory, informative, informatory, informational, newscast, information-bearing.
    Ex. The ISBD(M) is merely an explanatory framework.
    Ex. Parts of the abstract are written in the informative style, whilst those points which are of less significance are treated indicatively.
    Ex. The preferred term is automatically assigned by the system, and an informatory message is displayed.
    Ex. Reference services for disabled students require not only traditional, directional and informational assistance, but also physical assistance.
    Ex. The startling events of the last few years demonstrate vividly that libraries of the 21st century cannot perform their social function without monitoring television newscasts to add immediacy to their standard information sources.
    Ex. Non-book media is defined as information-bearing media which are not in the form of a book such as visual images, geographical artifacts, three-dimensional objects, music scores and recorded sound and microfilms.
    ----
    * alerta informativa = news alerts.
    * alfabetización informativa = information literacy.
    * comportamiento informativo = information behaviour.
    * encabezamiento informativo = explanatory heading.
    * encabezamiento informativo general = general explanatory heading.
    * hábito informativo = information habit.
    * hoja informativa = news-sheet [newsheet].
    * laguna informativa = information gap.
    * mensaje informativo = informatory message.
    * nota informativa = information note, information notice.
    * poco informativo = uninformative.
    * producto informativo = information product.
    * Red Informativa de las Bibliotecas de Investigación en USA = RLIN.
    * resumen indicativo-informativo = indicative-informative abstract.
    * resumen informativo = informative abstract.
    * reunión informativa de prensa = press briefing.
    * sensacionalismo informativo = media hype.
    * tablón informativo = information board.
    * vacío informativo = information vacuum.
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo
    a) <servicios/campaña> information (before n)

    programa informativo — news program*

    b) ( instructivo) informative
    II
    masculino (news) program*
    * * *
    = explanatory, informative, informatory, informational, newscast, information-bearing.

    Ex: The ISBD(M) is merely an explanatory framework.

    Ex: Parts of the abstract are written in the informative style, whilst those points which are of less significance are treated indicatively.
    Ex: The preferred term is automatically assigned by the system, and an informatory message is displayed.
    Ex: Reference services for disabled students require not only traditional, directional and informational assistance, but also physical assistance.
    Ex: The startling events of the last few years demonstrate vividly that libraries of the 21st century cannot perform their social function without monitoring television newscasts to add immediacy to their standard information sources.
    Ex: Non-book media is defined as information-bearing media which are not in the form of a book such as visual images, geographical artifacts, three-dimensional objects, music scores and recorded sound and microfilms.
    * alerta informativa = news alerts.
    * alfabetización informativa = information literacy.
    * comportamiento informativo = information behaviour.
    * encabezamiento informativo = explanatory heading.
    * encabezamiento informativo general = general explanatory heading.
    * hábito informativo = information habit.
    * hoja informativa = news-sheet [newsheet].
    * laguna informativa = information gap.
    * mensaje informativo = informatory message.
    * nota informativa = information note, information notice.
    * poco informativo = uninformative.
    * producto informativo = information product.
    * Red Informativa de las Bibliotecas de Investigación en USA = RLIN.
    * resumen indicativo-informativo = indicative-informative abstract.
    * resumen informativo = informative abstract.
    * reunión informativa de prensa = press briefing.
    * sensacionalismo informativo = media hype.
    * tablón informativo = information board.
    * vacío informativo = information vacuum.

    * * *
    1 ‹servicios/campaña› information ( before n)
    programa informativo news program*
    un folleto informativo an information booklet
    desempeñamos una labor informativa we provide information
    2 (instructivo) informative
    una guia muy informativa a very informative guidebook
    news, news program*
    * * *

    informativo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    a)servicios/campaña information ( before n);



    informativo,-a
    I adj (conferencia, libro, dato) informative
    II m Rad TV news (bulletin)
    ' informativo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    avance
    - boletín
    - informativa
    - presentador
    - presentadora
    - tablón
    - locutor
    English:
    bulletin
    - flash
    - flying picket
    - informative
    - news
    - news bulletin
    - news programme
    - uninformative
    - head
    - prospectus
    * * *
    informativo, -a
    adj
    1. [de la información]
    boletín informativo news bulletin;
    folleto informativo information leaflet
    2. [útil] informative;
    es un folleto muy informativo it's a very informative leaflet
    nm
    news (bulletin)
    * * *
    I adj
    1 informative;
    folleto informativo (information) leaflet
    2 programa news atr
    II m TV, RAD news sg
    * * *
    informativo, -va adj
    : informative
    : news program, news
    * * *
    informativo n news programme / news

    Spanish-English dictionary > informativo

  • 5 inmediato

    adj.
    1 immediate, next, neighboring, bordering.
    2 immediate, summary.
    * * *
    1 (poco después) immediate
    2 (contiguo) next (a, to), adjoining (a, -)
    \
    de inmediato immediately
    * * *
    (f. - inmediata)
    adj.
    2) adjoining, nearby
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=sin mediar intervalo) immediate
    2) (=rápido) prompt

    en lo inmediato, en el futuro inmediato — in the immediate future

    3) [lugar] (=contiguo) adjoining; (=próximo) neighbouring, neighboring (EEUU)

    inmediato a — close to, next to

    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) <efecto/respuesta> immediate

    de inmediato — immediately, right away, straightaway (BrE)

    b) < zona> immediate; <lugar/pueblo>
    * * *
    = immediate, instant, near-side.
    Ex. This system offers immediate access when required by users and staff, preferably several users at the same time.
    Ex. There is already a large and growing number of commercial data bases that allow the individual or corporate consumer to gain instant access to need information.
    Ex. The near-side press point was placed further in towards the middle of the tympan (and of the sheet) than the off-side point.
    ----
    * en el futuro inmediato = in the foreseeable future.
    * futuro inmediato = immediate future.
    * futuro inmediato, el = near future, the.
    * gratificación inmediata = instant gratification.
    * índice de impacto inmediato = immediacy index.
    * satisfacción inmediata = instant gratification.
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) <efecto/respuesta> immediate

    de inmediato — immediately, right away, straightaway (BrE)

    b) < zona> immediate; <lugar/pueblo>
    * * *
    = immediate, instant, near-side.

    Ex: This system offers immediate access when required by users and staff, preferably several users at the same time.

    Ex: There is already a large and growing number of commercial data bases that allow the individual or corporate consumer to gain instant access to need information.
    Ex: The near-side press point was placed further in towards the middle of the tympan (and of the sheet) than the off-side point.
    * en el futuro inmediato = in the foreseeable future.
    * futuro inmediato = immediate future.
    * futuro inmediato, el = near future, the.
    * gratificación inmediata = instant gratification.
    * índice de impacto inmediato = immediacy index.
    * satisfacción inmediata = instant gratification.

    * * *
    1 ‹efecto/respuesta› immediate
    de inmediato immediately, right away, straightaway ( BrE)
    2 ‹zona› immediate ‹lugar/pueblo› inmediato A algo close TO sth
    un pueblo inmediato a Madrid a village close to o just outside Madrid
    * * *

     

    inmediato
    ◊ -ta adjetivo

    a)efecto/respuesta immediate;


    b) zona immediate;

    lugar/pueblo› inmediato a algo close to sth
    inmediato,-a adjetivo
    1 (que sucede en seguida) immediate
    2 (próximo, contiguo) next [a, to], adjoining
    ♦ Locuciones: de inmediato, at once, immediately
    ' inmediato' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    en seguida
    - enseguida
    - fiar
    - inmediata
    - efecto
    English:
    alert
    - foreseeable
    - glance
    - immediate
    - instant
    - near
    - beyond
    - promptly
    - summary
    * * *
    inmediato, -a adj
    1. [instantáneo] immediate;
    de inmediato immediately, at once
    2. [contiguo] next (a to);
    está en un barrio inmediato al centro it's in an area near the town centre
    * * *
    adj immediate;
    de inmediato immediately
    * * *
    inmediato, -ta adj
    1) : immediate
    2) contiguo: adjoining
    3)
    de inmediato : immediately, right away
    4)
    inmediato a : next to, close to
    * * *
    1. (poco después) immediate
    2. (contiguo) next

    Spanish-English dictionary > inmediato

  • 6 noticiario

    m.
    news bulletin, newsreel, news-sheet.
    * * *
    1 news
    * * *
    SM (TV, Radio) news bulletin; (Cine) newsreel
    * * *
    masculino, (AmL) noticiero masculino (Rad, TV) news; (Cin) newsreel
    * * *
    = newsreel, newscast.
    Ex. Feature films and newsreels are excluded from the catalogue's coverage.
    Ex. The startling events of the last few years demonstrate vividly that libraries of the 21st century cannot perform their social function without monitoring television newscasts to add immediacy to their standard information sources.
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    * noticiario televisivo = television news.
    * * *
    masculino, (AmL) noticiero masculino (Rad, TV) news; (Cin) newsreel
    * * *
    = newsreel, newscast.

    Ex: Feature films and newsreels are excluded from the catalogue's coverage.

    Ex: The startling events of the last few years demonstrate vividly that libraries of the 21st century cannot perform their social function without monitoring television newscasts to add immediacy to their standard information sources.
    * noticiario televisivo = television news.

    * * *
    1 ( Rad, TV) news
    2 ( Cin) newsreel
    * * *

    noticiario sustantivo masculino, (AmL)
    noticiero sustantivo masculino (Rad, TV) news;


    (Cin) newsreel
    noticiario sustantivo masculino the news
    ' noticiario' also found in these entries:
    English:
    newscast
    - news
    * * *
    noticiario, Am noticiero nm
    1. Cine newsreel
    2. Rad news bulletin;
    TV television news
    * * *
    m L.Am.
    RAD, TV news sg

    Spanish-English dictionary > noticiario

  • 7 noticiero

    adj.
    1 news (noticias).
    2 news-bearing (que da noticias).
    m.
    1 newsreel. (Mexico)
    2 newscast.
    3 news bulletin. (Mexico)
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (TV, Radio) news antes de s
    2) (=portador de noticias) news-bearing, news-giving
    2. SM
    1) (=periódico) newspaper, gazette
    2) LAm (TV) news bulletin; Caribe (Cine) newsreel
    * * *
    Ex. The startling events of the last few years demonstrate vividly that libraries of the 21st century cannot perform their social function without monitoring television newscasts to add immediacy to their standard information sources.
    * * *

    Ex: The startling events of the last few years demonstrate vividly that libraries of the 21st century cannot perform their social function without monitoring television newscasts to add immediacy to their standard information sources.

    * * *
    ( AmL)
    1 ( Rad, TV) news
    2 ( Cin) newsreel
    * * *
    : news program, newscast

    Spanish-English dictionary > noticiero

  • 8 ofrecer una visión muy releveladora de

    (v.) = provide + insight into, give + an insight into, give + an inside look at
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex. A self-proclaimed 'shopaholic', Nancy Strohmeyer, gives the reader an inside look at some of her many collections, including books, figurines, and stuffed animals.
    * * *
    (v.) = provide + insight into, give + an insight into, give + an inside look at

    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.

    Ex: His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex: A self-proclaimed 'shopaholic', Nancy Strohmeyer, gives the reader an inside look at some of her many collections, including books, figurines, and stuffed animals.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ofrecer una visión muy releveladora de

  • 9 poner de manifiesto

    to make evident
    * * *
    (v.) = bring into + relief, highlight, show, state, throw into + relief, throw up, evince, illustrate, underscore, underline, emphasise [emphasize, -USA], bring to + light, make + it + clear, lay + bare, provide + insight into, reveal, flag + Nombre + up
    Ex. They can bring into relief differing conditions in member countries and they often lend weight to arguments for or against various policy options.
    Ex. In each case the object of the discussion will be to highlight what appear to be the significant aspects, particularly those concerning the background which affect the nature of the scheme.
    Ex. This shows a record in an abstracts based bibliographic data base.
    Ex. Short abstracts are generally preferred, but there are instances where the most effective approach is to cite the original unamended, and to state that this is what has been done.
    Ex. The employment of machines, far from replacing man, can serve to enhance his social value and status by throwing into relief those human tasks that machines cannot perform.
    Ex. Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
    Ex. New computer based technologies are evincing revolutionary changes in the educational curriculum for schools of library and information science.
    Ex. The presence of eggshells, faecal pellets, and silk threads in association with a mite-like animal illustrates a complex ecosystem.
    Ex. All I wanted to underscore with these four horror stories is that the judicious, discretionary assignment of added entries can either powerfully inhibit or promote access to the documents.
    Ex. Word processing packages must be able to permit the user to manipulate test, as is necessary in alignment of margins, insertion and deletion of paragraphs, arrange for text to appear in the centre of the page and underline.
    Ex. Analytical cataloguing aims to emphasise the content of documents, rather than relying entirely upon cataloguing whole works.
    Ex. Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex. Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.
    Ex. The aim of this article is to lay bare the causes of this state of affairs.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. A study of the major general schemes reveals a wide gulf between theory, as outlined in the previous chapter, and practice, as reflected in the major schemes.
    Ex. If you spot an error then flag it up to your bank promptly and insist they take action to rectify it.
    * * *
    (v.) = bring into + relief, highlight, show, state, throw into + relief, throw up, evince, illustrate, underscore, underline, emphasise [emphasize, -USA], bring to + light, make + it + clear, lay + bare, provide + insight into, reveal, flag + Nombre + up

    Ex: They can bring into relief differing conditions in member countries and they often lend weight to arguments for or against various policy options.

    Ex: In each case the object of the discussion will be to highlight what appear to be the significant aspects, particularly those concerning the background which affect the nature of the scheme.
    Ex: This shows a record in an abstracts based bibliographic data base.
    Ex: Short abstracts are generally preferred, but there are instances where the most effective approach is to cite the original unamended, and to state that this is what has been done.
    Ex: The employment of machines, far from replacing man, can serve to enhance his social value and status by throwing into relief those human tasks that machines cannot perform.
    Ex: Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
    Ex: New computer based technologies are evincing revolutionary changes in the educational curriculum for schools of library and information science.
    Ex: The presence of eggshells, faecal pellets, and silk threads in association with a mite-like animal illustrates a complex ecosystem.
    Ex: All I wanted to underscore with these four horror stories is that the judicious, discretionary assignment of added entries can either powerfully inhibit or promote access to the documents.
    Ex: Word processing packages must be able to permit the user to manipulate test, as is necessary in alignment of margins, insertion and deletion of paragraphs, arrange for text to appear in the centre of the page and underline.
    Ex: Analytical cataloguing aims to emphasise the content of documents, rather than relying entirely upon cataloguing whole works.
    Ex: Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex: Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.
    Ex: The aim of this article is to lay bare the causes of this state of affairs.
    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: A study of the major general schemes reveals a wide gulf between theory, as outlined in the previous chapter, and practice, as reflected in the major schemes.
    Ex: If you spot an error then flag it up to your bank promptly and insist they take action to rectify it.

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  • 10 prontitud

    f.
    1 promptness.
    2 readiness, alacrity.
    * * *
    1 promptness
    \
    con prontitud promptly, quickly
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=rapidez) quickness, promptness
    2) (=viveza) quickness, sharpness
    * * *
    femenino promptness

    se agradece la prontitud en el pago — (frml) prompt payment would be appreciated

    * * *
    = immediacy, timeliness, promptness, quickness, alacrity, promptitude.
    Ex. The immediacy of access to the resources represented in a union catalogue may well be improved in the near future.
    Ex. Factors assessed during the comparative study included pricing, timeliness, availability of catalogue copy, and breadth of coverage.
    Ex. I think one of the things we must look into is what effect a no fines policy has on the promptness of return and whether or not materials are finally returned at all.
    Ex. His subordinates -- everyone reports through him to the director of the Medical Center library -- suffer from the quickness and depth of Fury when he disapproves of something.
    Ex. It's also imperative for businesses to handle negative situations with alacrity if and when they do arise.
    Ex. I have no doubt that the concerned law enforcing agencies will act with promptitude against the offenders.
    ----
    * con prontitud = expeditiously, promptly.
    * * *
    femenino promptness

    se agradece la prontitud en el pago — (frml) prompt payment would be appreciated

    * * *
    = immediacy, timeliness, promptness, quickness, alacrity, promptitude.

    Ex: The immediacy of access to the resources represented in a union catalogue may well be improved in the near future.

    Ex: Factors assessed during the comparative study included pricing, timeliness, availability of catalogue copy, and breadth of coverage.
    Ex: I think one of the things we must look into is what effect a no fines policy has on the promptness of return and whether or not materials are finally returned at all.
    Ex: His subordinates -- everyone reports through him to the director of the Medical Center library -- suffer from the quickness and depth of Fury when he disapproves of something.
    Ex: It's also imperative for businesses to handle negative situations with alacrity if and when they do arise.
    Ex: I have no doubt that the concerned law enforcing agencies will act with promptitude against the offenders.
    * con prontitud = expeditiously, promptly.

    * * *
    promptness
    la prontitud de su respuesta the speed o promptness of their reply
    trabaja con prontitud y eficiencia she works quickly and efficiently
    se agradece la prontitud en el pago ( frml); prompt payment would be appreciated
    * * *

    prontitud sustantivo femenino
    promptness
    ' prontitud' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    diligencia
    - ligereza
    - velocidad
    - brevedad
    English:
    swiftly
    * * *
    promptness;
    respondió con prontitud she answered promptly
    * * *
    f promptness
    * * *
    1) presteza: promptness, speed
    2)
    con prontitud : promptly, quickly

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  • 11 rapidez

    f.
    speed.
    con rapidez quickly
    * * *
    1 speed, rapidity
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *

    me sorprendió la rapidez con que acabó el trabajo — the speed with which he finished the job surprised me, it surprised me how quickly he finished the job

    * * *
    femenino speed
    * * *
    = haste, immediacy, rapidity, speed, timeliness, swiftness, quickness, dispatch, alacrity, promptness, promptitude.
    Ex. Capital funding usually took the form of end-of-year 'windfalls' needing to be spent in hectic haste necessitating hurried decision making.
    Ex. The immediacy of access to the resources represented in a union catalogue may well be improved in the near future.
    Ex. Surely these innovations already have and will continue to bring deep and wide-sweeping change to our profession - and because of their rapidity, these changes will be sudden and often tumultuous.
    Ex. A leased line connection is useful for heavy users, since it offers higher speeds of transmission.
    Ex. Factors assessed during the comparative study included pricing, timeliness, availability of catalogue copy, and breadth of coverage.
    Ex. She lingered there a moment and watched the cars move on the highway with a hushing swiftness against the cold gray sky.
    Ex. His subordinates -- everyone reports through him to the director of the Medical Center library -- suffer from the quickness and depth of Fury when he disapproves of something.
    Ex. I would close it down immediately, or with all due dispatch for several reasons, some of which I have discussed in my talk.
    Ex. It's also imperative for businesses to handle negative situations with alacrity if and when they do arise.
    Ex. I think one of the things we must look into is what effect a no fines policy has on the promptness of return and whether or not materials are finally returned at all.
    Ex. I have no doubt that the concerned law enforcing agencies will act with promptitude against the offenders.
    ----
    * con rapidez = promptly.
    * * *
    femenino speed
    * * *
    = haste, immediacy, rapidity, speed, timeliness, swiftness, quickness, dispatch, alacrity, promptness, promptitude.

    Ex: Capital funding usually took the form of end-of-year 'windfalls' needing to be spent in hectic haste necessitating hurried decision making.

    Ex: The immediacy of access to the resources represented in a union catalogue may well be improved in the near future.
    Ex: Surely these innovations already have and will continue to bring deep and wide-sweeping change to our profession - and because of their rapidity, these changes will be sudden and often tumultuous.
    Ex: A leased line connection is useful for heavy users, since it offers higher speeds of transmission.
    Ex: Factors assessed during the comparative study included pricing, timeliness, availability of catalogue copy, and breadth of coverage.
    Ex: She lingered there a moment and watched the cars move on the highway with a hushing swiftness against the cold gray sky.
    Ex: His subordinates -- everyone reports through him to the director of the Medical Center library -- suffer from the quickness and depth of Fury when he disapproves of something.
    Ex: I would close it down immediately, or with all due dispatch for several reasons, some of which I have discussed in my talk.
    Ex: It's also imperative for businesses to handle negative situations with alacrity if and when they do arise.
    Ex: I think one of the things we must look into is what effect a no fines policy has on the promptness of return and whether or not materials are finally returned at all.
    Ex: I have no doubt that the concerned law enforcing agencies will act with promptitude against the offenders.
    * con rapidez = promptly.

    * * *
    speed
    con la misma rapidez que el otro as fast o as quickly as the other one
    bajé con rapidez I went downstairs quickly
    tener rapidez de reflejos to have quick reflexes
    ¡qué rapidez! that was quick!
    * * *

     

    rapidez sustantivo femenino
    speed;

    ¡qué rapidez! that was quick!
    rapidez sustantivo femenino speed, rapidity: hazlo con rapidez, do it quickly

    ' rapidez' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    solicitud
    - velocidad
    - agarrar
    - apabullante
    - ligereza
    - prisa
    - viveza
    English:
    accuracy
    - demographic
    - quickness
    - rapidity
    - rapidly
    - reproduce
    - speed
    - worker
    - learner
    - quick
    - swiftly
    * * *
    speed;
    con rapidez quickly;
    ya está listo – ¡qué rapidez! it's ready – that was quick!
    * * *
    f speed, rapidity
    * * *
    : rapidity, speed
    * * *
    rapidez n speed

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  • 12 realizar una investigación

    (v.) = carry out + research, conduct + investigation, conduct + research, do + research, undertake + investigation, undertake + research
    Ex. This paper describes research carried out into the use of an on-line bulletin board service aimed at those in the academic community who are interested in applying computing to teaching in the Arts and Humanities.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. Oftentimes, we conduct our research on related areas to help solve problems in our own field.
    Ex. Optical storage media can facilitate the type of research done in academic libraries.
    Ex. During 1984 an investigation was undertaken into certain curriculum issues as these were seen to influence schools of librarianship and information studies.
    Ex. The department undertakes teaching and research in library and information studies.
    * * *
    (v.) = carry out + research, conduct + investigation, conduct + research, do + research, undertake + investigation, undertake + research

    Ex: This paper describes research carried out into the use of an on-line bulletin board service aimed at those in the academic community who are interested in applying computing to teaching in the Arts and Humanities.

    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: Oftentimes, we conduct our research on related areas to help solve problems in our own field.
    Ex: Optical storage media can facilitate the type of research done in academic libraries.
    Ex: During 1984 an investigation was undertaken into certain curriculum issues as these were seen to influence schools of librarianship and information studies.
    Ex: The department undertakes teaching and research in library and information studies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > realizar una investigación

  • 13 revista científica

    (n.) = journal, periodical, scholarly journal, scientific journal, technical journal, research journal, learned journal, scholarly periodical, scientific serial, scientific periodical, research periodical, academic journal
    Ex. In a journal most formal items including articles, essays, discussions and reviews can be expected to be accompanied by an abstract.
    Ex. Each local library is a separate administrative unit with separate and independent files for circulation, acquisitions, periodicals, and holdings.
    Ex. The number of full text data bases on-line is also increasing, providing instant access to newspapers and newswires, popular magazines and scholarly journals.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. Surely these new resources will have a profound impact upon newspapers, magazines, technical journals and even books.
    Ex. The studies also revealed that the research journals received highest credibility among print media for information gathering by the scientists followed by books.
    Ex. The article 'Don't tax reading -- the case for a zero-rate for books' outlines the plea made by all those concerned with books in the European Economic Community that zero-rating should be applied to books and learned journals in forthcoming legislation.
    Ex. This article discusses the changing role of academic libraries in the dissemination of scholarly periodical articles.
    Ex. This study found that online access to scientific serials is most appropriate in the third world, principally due to the presence of a small number of scientists with a broad range of interests which makes the fixed-price regimes of print, microform or CD-ROM disadvantageous.
    Ex. During the Second World War scientific periodicals were severely censored in many countries almost to the point of total emasculation.
    Ex. The value of the research periodical has never been well understood.
    Ex. The academic journal as a model of information dissemination is one of the forms of publishing being affected most dramatically by the development of the Internet.
    * * *
    (n.) = journal, periodical, scholarly journal, scientific journal, technical journal, research journal, learned journal, scholarly periodical, scientific serial, scientific periodical, research periodical, academic journal

    Ex: In a journal most formal items including articles, essays, discussions and reviews can be expected to be accompanied by an abstract.

    Ex: Each local library is a separate administrative unit with separate and independent files for circulation, acquisitions, periodicals, and holdings.
    Ex: The number of full text data bases on-line is also increasing, providing instant access to newspapers and newswires, popular magazines and scholarly journals.
    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: Surely these new resources will have a profound impact upon newspapers, magazines, technical journals and even books.
    Ex: The studies also revealed that the research journals received highest credibility among print media for information gathering by the scientists followed by books.
    Ex: The article 'Don't tax reading -- the case for a zero-rate for books' outlines the plea made by all those concerned with books in the European Economic Community that zero-rating should be applied to books and learned journals in forthcoming legislation.
    Ex: This article discusses the changing role of academic libraries in the dissemination of scholarly periodical articles.
    Ex: This study found that online access to scientific serials is most appropriate in the third world, principally due to the presence of a small number of scientists with a broad range of interests which makes the fixed-price regimes of print, microform or CD-ROM disadvantageous.
    Ex: During the Second World War scientific periodicals were severely censored in many countries almost to the point of total emasculation.
    Ex: The value of the research periodical has never been well understood.
    Ex: The academic journal as a model of information dissemination is one of the forms of publishing being affected most dramatically by the development of the Internet.

    Spanish-English dictionary > revista científica

  • 14 índice de impacto inmediato

    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    * * *

    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.

    Spanish-English dictionary > índice de impacto inmediato

  • 15 índice2

    2 = indicator, rate, ratio, incidence, index [indices/indexes, -pl.], rating.
    Ex. To indicate from which field a given work was Cuttered, these second indicators could be further redefined = Para indicar de qué campo se le había asignado la marca de Cutter a una obra, se podían delimitar aún más estos segundos indicadores.
    Ex. Whether, in the future, the co-operatives will be able to fund appropriate developments at a sufficiently rapid rate remains an unanswered question.
    Ex. The microfiche is a common form for catalogues and indexes, usually 208 or 270 frames per fiche, in a piece of film and with a reduction ratio of 42 or 48:1.
    Ex. The number of entries in pre-co-ordinate system will depend upon the incidence of references and multiple entries.
    Ex. As job anxiety scores increased, job satisfaction indices decreased.
    Ex. But the rater must not be afraid to give negative ratings.
    ----
    * índice de abandono escolar = dropout rate.
    * índice de acierto = hit rate.
    * índice de afinidad = affinity index.
    * índice de alcoholemia = blood alcohol level.
    * índice de alcohol en sangre = blood alcohol level.
    * índice de apertura = openness index.
    * índice de audiencia = rating.
    * índice de calidad del aire = air quality index.
    * índice de colesterol = cholesterol level.
    * índice de confianza del consumidor = consumer confidence index.
    * índice de criminalidad = crime rate.
    * índice de deserción escolar = dropout rate.
    * índice de divorcios = divorce expectancy.
    * índice de evaporación = evaporation rate.
    * índice de exhaustividad = recall ratio.
    * índice de exhaustividad de la recuperación = recall measure.
    * índice de éxito = success rate.
    * índice de fracaso escolar = failure rate, dropout rate.
    * índice de impacto = impact indicator, impact factor.
    * índice de impacto de una publicación periódica = periodical impact factor.
    * índice de impacto inmediato = immediacy index.
    * índice de irrelevancia = fallout, fallout ratio.
    * índice de Jaccard = Jaccard's index.
    * índice del coste de (la) vida = cost of living index.
    * índice del costo de (la) vida = cost of living index.
    * índice de legibilidad = readability rating, readability formula, readability index.
    * índice de masa corporal (IMC) = body mass index (BMI).
    * índice de morbosidad = morbidity rate.
    * índice de morbosidad infantil = infant morbidity rate.
    * índice de mortalidad = death rate, mortality rate.
    * índice de mortalidad infantil = infant mortality rate.
    * índice de mortalidad materna = maternity mortality rate.
    * índice de mortandad = death rate, mortality rate.
    * índice de no citación = uncitedness.
    * índice de obsolescencia = aging rate [ageing rate], aging factor [ageing factor].
    * índice de octano = octane number.
    * índice de palabras del documento = textwords ratio.
    * índice de pertinencia = precision ratio, relevance rating, relevance ranking.
    * índice de ponderación = threshold weight.
    * índice de precios = price index.
    * índice de precios al consumo = consumer price index (CPI), cost of living index.
    * Indice de Precios al Consumo (IPC) = Retail Price Index (RPI).
    * índice de precipitación = rainfall figure.
    * índice de precisión = precision figure.
    * índice de predicción = predictor.
    * índice de probabilidad = expectancy ratio.
    * índice de producción = output indicator.
    * índice de productividad = output measure.
    * índice de registro por documento = item record index.
    * índice de registro por término = term record index.
    * índice de rendimiento = performance rating, performance measure, output measure.
    * índice de rendimiento personal = individual performance index.
    * índice de respuesta = response rate, rate of response.
    * índice de satisfacción = fill rate, satisfaction rating.
    * índice de suicidios = suicide rate.
    * índice de uso = performance measure, output measure.
    * índice económico = economic index.
    * índice proporciométrico = proportiometric index.

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  • 16 índice

    m.
    1 index, table of contents.
    2 index finger, index, forefinger, long finger.
    3 rate, coefficient, ratio.
    4 pointer, indicator.
    5 suffix of a string.
    * * *
    1 (gen) index; (indicio) sign, indicator
    2 (de un libro) index, table of contents; (catálogo) catalogue
    3 (dedo) index finger, forefinger
    \
    índice de precios al consumo retail price index
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) [de libro, publicación] index

    índice de materias, índice temático — table of contents

    2) (=catálogo) (library) catalogue, (library) catalog (EEUU)
    3) (Estadística) rate

    índice de audiencia — (TV) audience ratings pl

    índice de mortalidad — death rate, mortality rate

    4) (Econ) index
    5) (Mec)
    6) (=prueba) sign, indication

    es un índice claro de que el plan ha fracasadoit's a clear sign o indication that the plan has failed

    7) (Téc) (=aguja) pointer, needle; (=manecilla) hand
    8) (Anat) (tb: dedo índice) index finger, forefinger
    9) (Rel)
    * * *
    1) ( de una publicación) index; ( catálogo) catalog*
    2) (Anat) index finger, forefinger
    3)
    a) (Mat, Inf) index
    b) (tasa, coeficiente) rate
    4) (indicio, muestra) sign, indication
    * * *
    1) ( de una publicación) index; ( catálogo) catalog*
    2) (Anat) index finger, forefinger
    3)
    a) (Mat, Inf) index
    b) (tasa, coeficiente) rate
    4) (indicio, muestra) sign, indication
    * * *
    índice1
    1 = index [indices/indexes, -pl.].
    Nota: Listado alfabético o sistemático de materias que envían a la posición de cada materia en un documento o conjunto de documentos.

    Ex: An index, in the context of information retrieval, is some kind of physical mechanism, or tool, which serves to indicate to the searcher those parts of an information store which are potentially relevant to a request.

    * al estilo de los índices de materia = subject-type.
    * basado en índices = index-based.
    * boletín de índices = indexing bulletin.
    * buscar a través de los índices = browse.
    * búsqueda en el índice = index searching.
    * consultar a través de los índices = browse.
    * consultar un índice = search + index.
    * creación de los índices de un libro = back-of-the-book indexing, back-of-book indexing.
    * crear un índice = generate + index.
    * disco índice = index disc.
    * distribución de una materia en su índice = subject scatter.
    * elaborar un índice = produce + index.
    * entrada del índice = index entry.
    * hacer un índice digital = thumb index.
    * índice acumulativo = cumulative index, cumulated index.
    * índice alfabético = alphabetical index.
    * índice alfabético de materias = alphabetical subject index.
    * índice articulado de materias = articulated subject index.
    * índice bibliométrico = bibliometric index.
    * Indice Británico de Tecnología (BTI) = BTI (British Technology Index).
    * índice colectivo = pool index.
    * índice cruzado = dual dictionary.
    * índice de autores = author index.
    * Indice de Autores Corporativos = Corporate Index.
    * Indice de Citas = citation index, Citation Index.
    * Indice de Citas de Ciencia (SCI) = Science Citation Index (SCI).
    * Indice de Citas de las Ciencias Sociales (SSCI) = Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI).
    * índice de contenido = contents list, table of contents [ToC], contents table.
    * Indice de Documentos de las Naciones Unidas (UNDEX) = UNDEX (United Nations Documents Index).
    * Indice de Documentos de las Naciones Unidas (UNDI) = UNDI (United Nations Documents Index).
    * Indice de Fuentes = source index, Source Index.
    * índice de libro = book index.
    * índice de listado de ordenador compuesto tipográficamente = typeset computer book form index.
    * índice de localización = localisation index.
    * índice de materias = subject index, topical index, subject guide.
    * índice de medicina = medical index.
    * índice de nombres = name index.
    * índice de publicaciones periódicas = periodical index.
    * índice derivado automáticamente de los títulos = derived index.
    * índice de términos permutados = Permuterm index.
    * índice de títulos = title index.
    * índice digital = thumb index, thumb holes.
    * índice encuadernado de listado de ordenador = computer book form index, computer book form index.
    * índice encuadernado en forma de listado de ordenador = computer book form index.
    * índice en lenguaje natural = natural language index.
    * índice en microfilm = microfilm index.
    * índice especializado = special index, specialist index.
    * índice específico = specific index.
    * índice final = back-of-the-book index, back-of-book index.
    * índice general = general index.
    * índice impreso = printed index.
    * índice invertido = dictionary, inverted index, inverted list.
    * índice invertido de las citas bibliográficas = citation dictionary.
    * índice invertido de las palabras del título = title word dictionary.
    * índice jerárquico = hierarchical index.
    * índice KWIC = KWIC index.
    * índice KWIC (Palabra Clave en su Contexto) = KWIC (Keyword-in-Context).
    * índice KWIT (Palabra Clave del Título) = KWIT (Keyword-in-Title).
    * índice KWOC (Palabra Clave fuera de su Contexto) = KWOC (Keyword-Out-of-Context).
    * índice permutado = permuted index, shunted index.
    * índice permutado del tipo KWIC = KWICed index.
    * Indice Permutado de Materias = Permuterm Subject Index.
    * índice permutado de palabras clave = permuted keyword index.
    * índice permutado de títulos = permuted title index.
    * índice por unitérminos = uniterm index.
    * índice postcoordinado = post-coordinate index.
    * índice precoordinado = pre-coordinate index.
    * índice quinquenal = quinquennial index.
    * índice relativo = relative index.
    * índices de títulos al estilo de los índices de materia = subject-type title indexes.
    * índices postcoordinados de fichas = card based post-coordinate index.
    * índice temático = subject index, thematic index, subject directory.
    * índice visible = visible index.
    * revista de índices = indexing journal.
    * sin índice = indexless.
    * sistema en el que el documento aparece representado en un único lugar del ín = one-place system.
    * término del índice = index term.

    índice2
    2 = indicator, rate, ratio, incidence, index [indices/indexes, -pl.], rating.

    Ex: To indicate from which field a given work was Cuttered, these second indicators could be further redefined = Para indicar de qué campo se le había asignado la marca de Cutter a una obra, se podían delimitar aún más estos segundos indicadores.

    Ex: Whether, in the future, the co-operatives will be able to fund appropriate developments at a sufficiently rapid rate remains an unanswered question.
    Ex: The microfiche is a common form for catalogues and indexes, usually 208 or 270 frames per fiche, in a piece of film and with a reduction ratio of 42 or 48:1.
    Ex: The number of entries in pre-co-ordinate system will depend upon the incidence of references and multiple entries.
    Ex: As job anxiety scores increased, job satisfaction indices decreased.
    Ex: But the rater must not be afraid to give negative ratings.
    * índice de abandono escolar = dropout rate.
    * índice de acierto = hit rate.
    * índice de afinidad = affinity index.
    * índice de alcoholemia = blood alcohol level.
    * índice de alcohol en sangre = blood alcohol level.
    * índice de apertura = openness index.
    * índice de audiencia = rating.
    * índice de calidad del aire = air quality index.
    * índice de colesterol = cholesterol level.
    * índice de confianza del consumidor = consumer confidence index.
    * índice de criminalidad = crime rate.
    * índice de deserción escolar = dropout rate.
    * índice de divorcios = divorce expectancy.
    * índice de evaporación = evaporation rate.
    * índice de exhaustividad = recall ratio.
    * índice de exhaustividad de la recuperación = recall measure.
    * índice de éxito = success rate.
    * índice de fracaso escolar = failure rate, dropout rate.
    * índice de impacto = impact indicator, impact factor.
    * índice de impacto de una publicación periódica = periodical impact factor.
    * índice de impacto inmediato = immediacy index.
    * índice de irrelevancia = fallout, fallout ratio.
    * índice de Jaccard = Jaccard's index.
    * índice del coste de (la) vida = cost of living index.
    * índice del costo de (la) vida = cost of living index.
    * índice de legibilidad = readability rating, readability formula, readability index.
    * índice de masa corporal (IMC) = body mass index (BMI).
    * índice de morbosidad = morbidity rate.
    * índice de morbosidad infantil = infant morbidity rate.
    * índice de mortalidad = death rate, mortality rate.
    * índice de mortalidad infantil = infant mortality rate.
    * índice de mortalidad materna = maternity mortality rate.
    * índice de mortandad = death rate, mortality rate.
    * índice de no citación = uncitedness.
    * índice de obsolescencia = aging rate [ageing rate], aging factor [ageing factor].
    * índice de octano = octane number.
    * índice de palabras del documento = textwords ratio.
    * índice de pertinencia = precision ratio, relevance rating, relevance ranking.
    * índice de ponderación = threshold weight.
    * índice de precios = price index.
    * índice de precios al consumo = consumer price index (CPI), cost of living index.
    * Indice de Precios al Consumo (IPC) = Retail Price Index (RPI).
    * índice de precipitación = rainfall figure.
    * índice de precisión = precision figure.
    * índice de predicción = predictor.
    * índice de probabilidad = expectancy ratio.
    * índice de producción = output indicator.
    * índice de productividad = output measure.
    * índice de registro por documento = item record index.
    * índice de registro por término = term record index.
    * índice de rendimiento = performance rating, performance measure, output measure.
    * índice de rendimiento personal = individual performance index.
    * índice de respuesta = response rate, rate of response.
    * índice de satisfacción = fill rate, satisfaction rating.
    * índice de suicidios = suicide rate.
    * índice de uso = performance measure, output measure.
    * índice económico = economic index.
    * índice proporciométrico = proportiometric index.

    índice3

    Ex: Then he picked up about 2 cm. of type from the right-hand end of the uppermost line (i.e. the last word or two of the last line) with the thumb and forefinger of his right hand, read it, and dropped the pieces of type one by one into their proper boxes.

    * dedo índice = index finger, forefinger.

    * * *
    A
    2
    el Índice ( Hist, Relig) the Index
    Compuestos:
    alphabetical index
    índice temático or de materias
    table of contents
    B ( Anat) index finger, forefinger
    C
    1 ( Mat) index
    2 ( Inf) index
    3 (tasa, coeficiente) rate
    un aumento en el índice de criminalidad an increase in the crime rate
    Compuestos:
    cephalic index
    ratings (pl)
    índice del costo or ( Esp) coste de (la) vida
    cost-of-living index
    body mass index
    death rate, mortality rate
    birth rate
    índice de precios al consumo or al consumidor
    consumer prices index, ≈ retail price index ( in UK)
    wholesale price index
    índice de sobrevivencia or supervivencia
    survival rate
    D (indicio, muestra) sign, indication
    es un índice de la crisis it is a sign o an indication of the crisis
    * * *

     

    Del verbo indizar: ( conjugate indizar)

    indicé es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

    indice es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    indizar    
    índice
    índice sustantivo masculino
    1 ( de una publicación) index;
    ( catálogo) catalog( conjugate catalog)
    2 (Anat) index finger, forefinger
    3 (tasa, coeficiente) rate;

    índice sustantivo masculino
    1 (de libro) index, contents pl
    2 (proporción, tasa) rate
    índice de audiencia, ratings pl; índice de natalidad/mortalidad, birth/death rate
    Fin índice de precios al consumo (IPC), retail price index (RPI)
    Fin índice bursátil, stockmarket index
    Téc índice de calidad, quality factor
    3 Anat (dedo) índice, index finger, forefinger
    4 (síntoma, señal) sign, indication
    Index tiene dos formas del plural: si te refieres al contenido de un libro, el plural es indexes, pero si te refieres a un término matemático, es indices.
    ' índice' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abstención
    - concentrarse
    - dedo
    - IPC
    - sumaria
    - sumario
    - tabla
    - ponderar
    - tasa
    English:
    birth rate
    - consumer price index
    - content
    - CPI
    - death rate
    - economy
    - finger
    - forefinger
    - index
    - index finger
    - labour-intensive
    - literacy
    - rate
    - rating
    - Retail Price Index
    - RPI
    - unemployment
    - gazetteer
    - incidence
    - retail
    - subject
    * * *
    1. [indicador] index;
    [proporción] level, rate índice de audiencia audience ratings;
    índice bursátil stock market index;
    Quím índice de cetano cetane number; Informát índice de compresión compression ratio;
    índice del costo o Esp coste de la vida cost of living index;
    índice de desempleo unemployment rate;
    el índice de desempleo ha caído unemployment has fallen;
    Bolsa índice Dow Jones Dow-Jones index;
    índice económico economic indicator;
    índice de golpes [en golf] stroke index;
    índice de mortalidad mortality rate;
    Bolsa índice Nikkei Nikkei index;
    índice de popularidad popularity rating;
    índice de precios al consumo Br retail price index, US consumer price index;
    Fís índice de refracción refractive index
    2. [señal, indicio] sign, indicator;
    el número de llamadas es índice del interés despertado the number of calls is a sign of how much interest has been generated
    3. [lista, catálogo] catalogue;
    [de libro] index;
    índice (de contenidos) (table of) contents
    índice alfabético alphabetical index;
    índice de materias table of contents;
    índice onomástico index of proper names;
    índice temático subject index
    4. Hist
    el Índice the Index (Librorum Prohibitorum)
    5.
    (dedo) índice index finger
    6. [letra] index
    7. Mat index
    * * *
    m
    1 index;
    índice de precios al consumo consumer price index, Br tb retail price index;
    índice bursátil stock market index, Br share index;
    índice de desempleo unemployment rate
    2
    :
    dedo índice index finger
    * * *
    1) : index
    2) : index finger, forefinger
    3) indicio: indication
    * * *
    1. (en general) index [pl. indexes]
    2. (dedo) index finger

    Spanish-English dictionary > índice

  • 17 inmediatez

    f.
    immediateness, immediacy.
    * * *
    1 immediacy, immediateness
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino immediacy
    * * *
    femenino immediacy
    * * *
    immediacy
    * * *

    inmediatez sustantivo femenino immediacy: la inmediatez de su respuesta es importante, we need an immediate response
    * * *
    immediateness, immediacy
    * * *
    inmediatez nf, pl - teces : immediacy

    Spanish-English dictionary > inmediatez

  • 18 medianería

    f.
    1 vicinity, immediacy, nearness.
    2 sharecropping, farm partnership, share farming.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=pared) party wall
    2) Caribe, Méx (Com) partnership; (Agr) sharecropping
    * * *
    1) ( pared divisoria) dividing wall, party wall (BrE)
    2) (Méx) (Agr) ( contrato) sharecropping
    * * *
    1) ( pared divisoria) dividing wall, party wall (BrE)
    2) (Méx) (Agr) ( contrato) sharecropping
    * * *
    A (pared divisoria) party wall
    B ( Méx) ( Agr) (contrato) sharecropping
    * * *
    [pared] dividing o party wall
    * * *
    f party wall, dividing wall

    Spanish-English dictionary > medianería

  • 19 inmediación

    • immediacy
    • nearly directly overhead
    • nearside
    • proximity

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > inmediación

  • 20 inmediatez

    • immediacy
    • immediateness

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > inmediatez

См. также в других словарях:

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  • Immediacy — Im*me di*a*cy, n. The relation of freedom from the interventionof a medium; immediateness. Shak. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • immediacy — (n.) c.1600, from IMMEDIATE (Cf. immediate) + CY (Cf. cy) …   Etymology dictionary

  • immediacy — [i mē′dē ə sē] n. the quality or condition of being immediate; esp., direct pertinence or relevance to the present time, place, purpose, etc …   English World dictionary

  • immediacy — noun VERB + IMMEDIACY ▪ lack ▪ convey ▪ The drawings convey both immediacy and a sense of violence. PHRASES ▪ a lack of immediacy ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • immediacy — im|me|di|a|cy [ıˈmi:diəsi] n [U] when something is important or urgent because it relates to a situation or event that is happening now immediacy of ▪ the immediacy of everyday experience ▪ Television brings a new immediacy to world events …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • immediacy — [[t]ɪmi͟ːdiəsi[/t]] N UNCOUNT: oft N of n The immediacy of an event or situation is the quality that it has which makes it seem important or exciting because it is happening at the present time. Do they understand the severity and the immediacy… …   English dictionary

  • immediacy — noun 1. lack of an intervening or mediating agency (Freq. 6) the immediacy of television coverage • Syn: ↑immediateness • Ant: ↑mediacy • Derivationally related forms: ↑immediate …   Useful english dictionary

  • immediacy — im|me|di|a|cy [ ı midiəsi ] noun uncount a quality that makes you feel as though something is happening now and that you are involved in it: Local historical records can give history an added immediacy …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • immediacy — [ɪ mi:dɪəsi] noun the quality of providing direct and instant involvement: the power and immediacy of television images. ↘lack of delay; speed …   English new terms dictionary

  • immediacy — noun (U) the quality of seeming to happen right now that makes something seem more important or urgent to you: Television brings a new immediacy to world events …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

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