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  • 1 para el futuro

    • for the future

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > para el futuro

  • 2 para el porvenir

    • for the future

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > para el porvenir

  • 3 enfrentarse al futuro

    (v.) = face up to + the future, face + the future
    Ex. We must face up to the future and ensure that the unique value of the public library as a focus for community life are shared with others.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'From strength to strength: Judaica collections facing the future'.
    * * *
    (v.) = face up to + the future, face + the future

    Ex: We must face up to the future and ensure that the unique value of the public library as a focus for community life are shared with others.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'From strength to strength: Judaica collections facing the future'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > enfrentarse al futuro

  • 4 forjar el futuro

    (v.) = forge + the future, shape + the future
    Ex. The article is entitled 'From Carnegie to Internet2: Forging the Serials Future'.
    Ex. The article suggests ways for the documentation specialist to exploit systematically all work potential created by information with regard to shaping the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = forge + the future, shape + the future

    Ex: The article is entitled 'From Carnegie to Internet2: Forging the Serials Future'.

    Ex: The article suggests ways for the documentation specialist to exploit systematically all work potential created by information with regard to shaping the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > forjar el futuro

  • 5 anticipar el futuro

    (v.) = anticipate + the future
    Ex. The leader is able to anticipate the future and willing to make necessary adjustments or changes in the existing organizational patterns, processes or structure to meet user informational needs of the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = anticipate + the future

    Ex: The leader is able to anticipate the future and willing to make necessary adjustments or changes in the existing organizational patterns, processes or structure to meet user informational needs of the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > anticipar el futuro

  • 6 empleado en

    = in evidence in, in evidence in
    Ex. The cooperative approach in evidence in the Moorlands information scheme is one signpost for the future.
    Ex. The cooperative approach in evidence in the Moorlands information scheme is one signpost for the future.
    * * *
    = in evidence in, in evidence in

    Ex: The cooperative approach in evidence in the Moorlands information scheme is one signpost for the future.

    Ex: The cooperative approach in evidence in the Moorlands information scheme is one signpost for the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empleado en

  • 7 tecnología informática

    (n.) = computing technology, computer technology
    Ex. Only the major educational establishments can be sufficiently well equipped with computing technology within the next five year plan.
    Ex. Before embarking on a discussion of the nature and future of the library catalog in the context of computer technology, we should quickly review the forces which have carried us to this threshold of the future.
    * * *
    (n.) = computing technology, computer technology

    Ex: Only the major educational establishments can be sufficiently well equipped with computing technology within the next five year plan.

    Ex: Before embarking on a discussion of the nature and future of the library catalog in the context of computer technology, we should quickly review the forces which have carried us to this threshold of the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tecnología informática

  • 8 empezar a debatir

    (v.) = embark on/upon + discussion
    Ex. Before embarking on a discussion of the nature and future of the library catalog in the context of computer technology, we should quickly review the forces which have carried us to this threshold of the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = embark on/upon + discussion

    Ex: Before embarking on a discussion of the nature and future of the library catalog in the context of computer technology, we should quickly review the forces which have carried us to this threshold of the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empezar a debatir

  • 9 tecnología del ordenador

    Ex. Before embarking on a discussion of the nature and future of the library catalog in the context of computer technology, we should quickly review the forces which have carried us to this threshold of the future.
    * * *

    Ex: Before embarking on a discussion of the nature and future of the library catalog in the context of computer technology, we should quickly review the forces which have carried us to this threshold of the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tecnología del ordenador

  • 10 determinar el futuro

    (v.) = shape + the future
    Ex. The article suggests ways for the documentation specialist to exploit systematically all work potential created by information with regard to shaping the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = shape + the future

    Ex: The article suggests ways for the documentation specialist to exploit systematically all work potential created by information with regard to shaping the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > determinar el futuro

  • 11 labrar el futuro

    (v.) = shape + the future
    Ex. The article suggests ways for the documentation specialist to exploit systematically all work potential created by information with regard to shaping the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = shape + the future

    Ex: The article suggests ways for the documentation specialist to exploit systematically all work potential created by information with regard to shaping the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > labrar el futuro

  • 12 repercutir en el futuro

    (v.) = shape + the future
    Ex. The article suggests ways for the documentation specialist to exploit systematically all work potential created by information with regard to shaping the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = shape + the future

    Ex: The article suggests ways for the documentation specialist to exploit systematically all work potential created by information with regard to shaping the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > repercutir en el futuro

  • 13 visión del futuro

    Ex. His end is to chat and regale one with colorful stories from the past or special insight into the future.
    * * *

    Ex: His end is to chat and regale one with colorful stories from the past or special insight into the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > visión del futuro

  • 14 desarrollar aún más

    (v.) = take + one stage further, progress + one stage further, carry + one stage further, develop + one stage further, take + a step further, extend + one step further, carry + one step further, take + one step further, develop + further
    Ex. The special auxiliaries allow the process of synthesis to be taken one stage further.
    Ex. Progressing a stage further, it would be economically short-sighted, to say the least, for a large co-operative network such as OCLC in the United States or BLCMP in the UK, not to take advantage of the MARC service.
    Ex. The problem arises from the fact that it is very difficult to fix an absolute level of analysis; there is nearly always the possibility of carrying our analysis one stage further.
    Ex. So we can develop our significance order one stage further, to give us Thing-Material-Action.
    Ex. This has been taken a step further by using a screen editor to 'prevent the human indexer or coder from making syntactic errors in the first place'.
    Ex. We can extend these two concepts one step further, and use them to guarantee the integrity of the authority file itself.
    Ex. The concept of policy may, therefore, be carried one step further.
    Ex. One should take this mission one step further by defining the overlap between the needs of the user and the capabilities of the library or information center.
    Ex. This session will provide insight into how digitised services can be developed further in the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + one stage further, progress + one stage further, carry + one stage further, develop + one stage further, take + a step further, extend + one step further, carry + one step further, take + one step further, develop + further

    Ex: The special auxiliaries allow the process of synthesis to be taken one stage further.

    Ex: Progressing a stage further, it would be economically short-sighted, to say the least, for a large co-operative network such as OCLC in the United States or BLCMP in the UK, not to take advantage of the MARC service.
    Ex: The problem arises from the fact that it is very difficult to fix an absolute level of analysis; there is nearly always the possibility of carrying our analysis one stage further.
    Ex: So we can develop our significance order one stage further, to give us Thing-Material-Action.
    Ex: This has been taken a step further by using a screen editor to 'prevent the human indexer or coder from making syntactic errors in the first place'.
    Ex: We can extend these two concepts one step further, and use them to guarantee the integrity of the authority file itself.
    Ex: The concept of policy may, therefore, be carried one step further.
    Ex: One should take this mission one step further by defining the overlap between the needs of the user and the capabilities of the library or information center.
    Ex: This session will provide insight into how digitised services can be developed further in the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desarrollar aún más

  • 15 andar a la caza de

    (v.) = tout for, gun for
    Ex. The Ministry of Culture of the USSR produced a number of new regulations for library work; however, because of the reader registration system, librarians are still forced to tout for readers instead of working with those who really need their help.
    Ex. The profession should not be gunning for the diverse and specific jobs that members of the same profession do now and will, with increasing diversity of title, do in the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = tout for, gun for

    Ex: The Ministry of Culture of the USSR produced a number of new regulations for library work; however, because of the reader registration system, librarians are still forced to tout for readers instead of working with those who really need their help.

    Ex: The profession should not be gunning for the diverse and specific jobs that members of the same profession do now and will, with increasing diversity of title, do in the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > andar a la caza de

  • 16 controlador de calidad

    (n.) = tester
    Ex. Nine CD-ROM publishers were interviewed by phone to find out what criteria they used to select beta test sites, what they saw as the responsibilities of testers, the benefits to the companies and the companies' plans for the future.
    * * *
    (n.) = tester

    Ex: Nine CD-ROM publishers were interviewed by phone to find out what criteria they used to select beta test sites, what they saw as the responsibilities of testers, the benefits to the companies and the companies' plans for the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > controlador de calidad

  • 17 reducir las posibilidades de

    (v.) = narrow + the vision of
    Ex. There are grounds for the fear that coping strategies, necessarily adopted by SLIS in the past, have seriously narrowed the vision of what will be necessary to meet the demands of the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = narrow + the vision of

    Ex: There are grounds for the fear that coping strategies, necessarily adopted by SLIS in the past, have seriously narrowed the vision of what will be necessary to meet the demands of the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > reducir las posibilidades de

  • 18 decir + esperar

    (v.) = express + hope
    Ex. He also expressed the hope that the changes to be made would enable the scheme to last for a considerable time into the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = express + hope

    Ex: He also expressed the hope that the changes to be made would enable the scheme to last for a considerable time into the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > decir + esperar

  • 19 aparece frecuentemente en

    Ex. The cooperative approach in evidence in the Moorlands information scheme is one signpost for the future.
    * * *

    Ex: The cooperative approach in evidence in the Moorlands information scheme is one signpost for the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aparece frecuentemente en

  • 20 aprender del pasado

    (v.) = learn from + the past
    Ex. Those who refuse to learn from the past are certain to fail in the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = learn from + the past

    Ex: Those who refuse to learn from the past are certain to fail in the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprender del pasado

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