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in style

  • 1 arruinar + Posesivo + imagen

    (v.) = ruin + Posesivo + style, cramp + Posesivo + style
    Ex. Katie ruined her style with the rolled up baggy jeans -- just pure ugliness and not flattering for any figure.
    Ex. As New York's premiere party promoter, she has glitz, riches, and steers clear of any man who threatens to cramp her style.
    * * *
    (v.) = ruin + Posesivo + style, cramp + Posesivo + style

    Ex: Katie ruined her style with the rolled up baggy jeans -- just pure ugliness and not flattering for any figure.

    Ex: As New York's premiere party promoter, she has glitz, riches, and steers clear of any man who threatens to cramp her style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > arruinar + Posesivo + imagen

  • 2 estropear + Posesivo + imagen

    (v.) = ruin + Posesivo + style, cramp + Posesivo + style
    Ex. Katie ruined her style with the rolled up baggy jeans -- just pure ugliness and not flattering for any figure.
    Ex. As New York's premiere party promoter, she has glitz, riches, and steers clear of any man who threatens to cramp her style.
    * * *
    (v.) = ruin + Posesivo + style, cramp + Posesivo + style

    Ex: Katie ruined her style with the rolled up baggy jeans -- just pure ugliness and not flattering for any figure.

    Ex: As New York's premiere party promoter, she has glitz, riches, and steers clear of any man who threatens to cramp her style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estropear + Posesivo + imagen

  • 3 estilo de la casa

    (n.) = house style
    Ex. Many academic publishers insist upon any references supplied to books and papers being cited in their particular house style.
    * * *

    Ex: Many academic publishers insist upon any references supplied to books and papers being cited in their particular house style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estilo de la casa

  • 4 estilo de resumir

    Ex. Each abstracting organisation must consider many factors before settling upon a specific abstracting format and style.
    * * *

    Ex: Each abstracting organisation must consider many factors before settling upon a specific abstracting format and style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estilo de resumir

  • 5 llevar al límite

    (v.) = stretch
    Ex. Written in a telegram style, telegraphic abstracts stretch the skills of the abstractor in writing in an abbreviated yet unambiguous style.
    * * *
    (v.) = stretch

    Ex: Written in a telegram style, telegraphic abstracts stretch the skills of the abstractor in writing in an abbreviated yet unambiguous style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > llevar al límite

  • 6 propio estilo

    (n.) = house style
    Ex. Many academic publishers insist upon any references supplied to books and papers being cited in their particular house style.
    * * *

    Ex: Many academic publishers insist upon any references supplied to books and papers being cited in their particular house style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > propio estilo

  • 7 sin ambigüedad

    adj.
    unambiguous.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unambiguous
    Ex. Written in a telegram style, telegraphic abstracts stretch the skills of the abstractor in writing in an abbreviated yet unambiguous style.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unambiguous

    Ex: Written in a telegram style, telegraphic abstracts stretch the skills of the abstractor in writing in an abbreviated yet unambiguous style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin ambigüedad

  • 8 ¡Dios no lo quiera!

    = heaven forbid, heaven forbid
    Ex. As far as Hernandez could determine, no one dared to approach him with suggestions for needed changes in library policy or procedure or, heaven forbid, in his personal management style.
    Ex. As far as Hernandez could determine, no one dared to approach him with suggestions for needed changes in library policy or procedure or, heaven forbid, in his personal management style.
    * * *
    = heaven forbid, heaven forbid

    Ex: As far as Hernandez could determine, no one dared to approach him with suggestions for needed changes in library policy or procedure or, heaven forbid, in his personal management style.

    Ex: As far as Hernandez could determine, no one dared to approach him with suggestions for needed changes in library policy or procedure or, heaven forbid, in his personal management style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ¡Dios no lo quiera!

  • 9 Chicago

    ----
    * Manual de Estilo de Chicago = Chicago Manual of Style.
    * * *
    * Manual de Estilo de Chicago = Chicago Manual of Style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Chicago

  • 10 adoptar un matiz

    (v.) = take on + colour
    Ex. This is why we quite often find that literary uses of language deliberately explode dictionary definitions, and by the particular way a particular author uses words, selects and orders them, they take on a highly personal color we call style.
    * * *
    (v.) = take on + colour

    Ex: This is why we quite often find that literary uses of language deliberately explode dictionary definitions, and by the particular way a particular author uses words, selects and orders them, they take on a highly personal color we call style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adoptar un matiz

  • 11 buscarle cinco pies al gato

    (v.) = split + hairs
    Ex. This volume is too long, contains too many lengthy theoretical arguments that often split hairs, and is written in a tedious prose style.
    * * *
    (v.) = split + hairs

    Ex: This volume is too long, contains too many lengthy theoretical arguments that often split hairs, and is written in a tedious prose style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buscarle cinco pies al gato

  • 12 buscarle tres pies al gato

    (=buscar complicaciones) to complicate matters, make things difficult; (=buscar defectos) to split hairs, nitpick *
    * * *
    (v.) = split + hairs
    Ex. This volume is too long, contains too many lengthy theoretical arguments that often split hairs, and is written in a tedious prose style.
    * * *
    (v.) = split + hairs

    Ex: This volume is too long, contains too many lengthy theoretical arguments that often split hairs, and is written in a tedious prose style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buscarle tres pies al gato

  • 13 de actualidad

    (adj.) = topical
    Ex. Consequently, the Commission issues a constant stream of topical, glossy and usually free leaflets, pamphlets, booklets and magazines which aim to project a positive image of the European Community and its actions in a lively and popular style.
    * * *
    (adj.) = topical

    Ex: Consequently, the Commission issues a constant stream of topical, glossy and usually free leaflets, pamphlets, booklets and magazines which aim to project a positive image of the European Community and its actions in a lively and popular style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de actualidad

  • 14 desarrollar una definición

    (v.) = explode + definition
    Ex. This is why we quite often find that literary uses of language deliberately explode dictionary definitions, and by the particular way a particular author uses words, selects and orders them, they take on a highly personal color we call style.
    * * *
    (v.) = explode + definition

    Ex: This is why we quite often find that literary uses of language deliberately explode dictionary definitions, and by the particular way a particular author uses words, selects and orders them, they take on a highly personal color we call style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desarrollar una definición

  • 15 desgarradoramente

    adv.
    piercingly, shatteringly.
    * * *
    Ex. The book is often funny, occasionally heart-renderingly tragic, and written in an unstuffy modern style.
    * * *

    Ex: The book is often funny, occasionally heart-renderingly tragic, and written in an unstuffy modern style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desgarradoramente

  • 16 discutir sobre nimiedades

    (v.) = split + hairs
    Ex. This volume is too long, contains too many lengthy theoretical arguments that often split hairs, and is written in a tedious prose style.
    * * *
    (v.) = split + hairs

    Ex: This volume is too long, contains too many lengthy theoretical arguments that often split hairs, and is written in a tedious prose style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > discutir sobre nimiedades

  • 17 estremecedoramente

    adv.
    piercingly.
    * * *
    Ex. The book is often funny, occasionally heart-renderingly tragic, and written in an unstuffy modern style.
    * * *

    Ex: The book is often funny, occasionally heart-renderingly tragic, and written in an unstuffy modern style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estremecedoramente

  • 18 hilar demasiado fino

    (v.) = split + hairs
    Ex. This volume is too long, contains too many lengthy theoretical arguments that often split hairs, and is written in a tedious prose style.
    * * *
    (v.) = split + hairs

    Ex: This volume is too long, contains too many lengthy theoretical arguments that often split hairs, and is written in a tedious prose style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hilar demasiado fino

  • 19 lleno de gracia

    (adj.) = graceful
    Ex. The author who can vary his terminology to maintain the reader's interest is a handicap to the indexer, who is more concerned with the ideas conveyed than with the niceties of a graceful literary style.
    * * *
    (adj.) = graceful

    Ex: The author who can vary his terminology to maintain the reader's interest is a handicap to the indexer, who is more concerned with the ideas conveyed than with the niceties of a graceful literary style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lleno de gracia

  • 20 proustiano

    Nota: Relativo a Marcel Proust, escritor francés de finales del siglo XIV y principios del XX.
    Ex. The beauty the low-brow reader finds in an apropos use of a familiar expression may be as satisfying to him as the high-brow's appreciation of Proustian style.
    * * *
    Nota: Relativo a Marcel Proust, escritor francés de finales del siglo XIV y principios del XX.

    Ex: The beauty the low-brow reader finds in an apropos use of a familiar expression may be as satisfying to him as the high-brow's appreciation of Proustian style.

    Spanish-English dictionary > proustiano

См. также в других словарях:

  • STYLE — Sous l’égide de la linguistique, le style devient aujourd’hui l’objet d’une science: la stylistique veut être la science des registres de la langue, et elle s’efforce de définir le style comme concept opératoire. Mais le mot style a, dans l’usage …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • STYLE 1200 — La question du passage de l’art roman à l’art gothique s’est posée aux historiens depuis le deuxième quart du XIXe siècle, en France en particulier, lorsqu’on a cherché à définir le style gothique et à déterminer ses origines. Pour l’architecture …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Style louis-philippe — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Louis Philippe. Le style Louis Philippe est un style de mobilier français en vogue sous le règne de Louis Philippe (1830 1848) qui influence aussi l architecture avec. C est un style bourgeois, partagé entre… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Style — may refer to:* Genre, a loose set of criteria for a category or composition * Design, the process of creating something * Format, various terms that refer to the style of different things * Human physical appearance * Fashion, a prevailing mode… …   Wikipedia

  • Style transition — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Transition. Le style Transition est un style français de mobilier (dans un premier temps : il s est ensuite généralisé à d autres disciplines) qui fait la transition (d où son nom) entre la nouveauté et l… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • STYLE 1925 — Le «style 1925» tire son nom de l’Exposition internationale des arts décoratifs et industriels modernes organisée à Paris en 1925. En France, il est souvent confondu avec ce qu’on appelle l’«Art déco», précisément en souvenir de cette exposition …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Style International — Cet article fait partie de la série sur l Architecture moderne. École de Chicago Art nouveau Architecture futuriste Architecture constructiviste Mouvement moderne …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Style neogothique — Style néogothique Gratte ciel Tribune Tower, à Chicago …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Style néo-gothique — Style néogothique Gratte ciel Tribune Tower, à Chicago …   Wikipédia en Français

  • style — [staɪl] noun [countable] 1. a way of doing something, designing something, or producing something, especially one that is typical of a particular time, place, or group of people: style of • the Japanese style of stock investment • 1980s style… …   Financial and business terms

  • Style — Style, n. [OE. stile, F. style, Of. also stile, L. stilus a style or writing instrument, manner or writing, mode of expression; probably for stiglus, meaning, a pricking instrument, and akin to E. stick. See {Stick}, v. t., and cf. {Stiletto}.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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