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  • 421 difundir la imagen

    (v.) = spread + the good word, pass on + the good word
    Ex. The article ' Spreading the good word' studies the dissemination and relevance of research in the library-information field.
    Ex. Please keep me informed of e-democracy-related happenings in your community and nation so I can continue to pass on the good word to those around the world working to make a difference with ICTs in everyday politics and democracy.
    * * *
    (v.) = spread + the good word, pass on + the good word

    Ex: The article ' Spreading the good word' studies the dissemination and relevance of research in the library-information field.

    Ex: Please keep me informed of e-democracy-related happenings in your community and nation so I can continue to pass on the good word to those around the world working to make a difference with ICTs in everyday politics and democracy.

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  • 422 difundir la noticia

    (v.) = spread + the word, spread + the good word, pass on + the good word, spread + the news
    Ex. It is divided into sections on the definition of information literacy, spreading the word outside the library profession, publications for librarians and information literacy in schools.
    Ex. The article ' Spreading the good word' studies the dissemination and relevance of research in the library-information field.
    Ex. Please keep me informed of e-democracy-related happenings in your community and nation so I can continue to pass on the good word to those around the world working to make a difference with ICTs in everyday politics and democracy.
    Ex. They have been doing their best to try to spread the news the genocide in Sri Lanka.
    * * *
    (v.) = spread + the word, spread + the good word, pass on + the good word, spread + the news

    Ex: It is divided into sections on the definition of information literacy, spreading the word outside the library profession, publications for librarians and information literacy in schools.

    Ex: The article ' Spreading the good word' studies the dissemination and relevance of research in the library-information field.
    Ex: Please keep me informed of e-democracy-related happenings in your community and nation so I can continue to pass on the good word to those around the world working to make a difference with ICTs in everyday politics and democracy.
    Ex: They have been doing their best to try to spread the news the genocide in Sri Lanka.

    Spanish-English dictionary > difundir la noticia

  • 423 digitalizador de imágenes

    Ex. The article 'Worms in the field' describes a family of products based around a WORM optical disc drive, comprising a WORM drive, image scanner, Text Retrieval, OCR and Image-handling software.
    * * *

    Ex: The article 'Worms in the field' describes a family of products based around a WORM optical disc drive, comprising a WORM drive, image scanner, Text Retrieval, OCR and Image-handling software.

    Spanish-English dictionary > digitalizador de imágenes

  • 424 digno de

    Ex. As the scientist of the future moves about the laboratory or the field, every time he looks at something worthy of the record, he trips the shutter and in it goes.
    * * *

    Ex: As the scientist of the future moves about the laboratory or the field, every time he looks at something worthy of the record, he trips the shutter and in it goes.

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  • 425 dilatado

    adj.
    dilated, enlarged, extensive, expanded.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: dilatar.
    * * *
    1→ link=dilatar dilatar
    1 dilated
    2 (vasto) vast, extensive, large
    3 FÍSICA expanded
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [pupila] dilated
    2) (=extenso) [conocimiento] extensive; [período] long
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) <pupila/conducto> dilated
    2) ( extenso)
    * * *
    ----
    * pupila dilatada = dilated pupil.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) <pupila/conducto> dilated
    2) ( extenso)
    * * *
    * pupila dilatada = dilated pupil.
    * * *
    A ‹pupila/conducto› dilated
    tiene el estómago muy dilatado his stomach is distended
    B
    (extenso): una dilatada trayectoria política a long political career
    cuenta con una dilatada experiencia profesional he has had extensive experience in the field
    * * *

    Del verbo dilatar: ( conjugate dilatar)

    dilatado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    dilatado    
    dilatar
    dilatado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ‹pupila/conducto dilated

    dilatado,-a adjetivo
    1 Fís dilated
    2 (amplio) long
    su dilatada experiencia, his extensive experience
    dilatar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 (un cuerpo) to expand
    2 (la pupila) to dilate
    3 (hacer durar) to prolong
    4 (retrasar, posponer) to postpone, put off

    ' dilatado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    dilatada
    * * *
    dilatado, -a adj
    1. [pupila, cuello del útero] dilated
    2. [extenso] extensive;
    tiene una dilatada experiencia como cirujano he has extensive experience as a surgeon;
    tras una dilatada estancia en Mallorca,… after a lengthy stay in Majorca,…;
    un dilatado historial de delitos an extensive o a lengthy criminal record;
    una dilatada trayectoria radiofónica many years' experience in radio
    * * *
    adj dilated

    Spanish-English dictionary > dilatado

  • 426 diluir

    v.
    to dilute.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ HUIR], like link=huir huir
    1 (un sólido) to dissolve
    2 (un líquido) to dilute
    3 (hacer más débil) to tone down
    ese rojo es demasiado fuerte, hay que diluirlo that red is too bright, it needs to be toned down
    4 figurado (repartir) to spread out
    para evitar abusos de poder, diluyó las competencias to avoid abuse of power, he shared out responsibilities
    1 (un sólido) to dissolve
    2 (un líquido) to dilute
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ líquido, sustancia] to dilute
    2) (=aguar) to water down
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo transitivo < líquido> to dilute; < pintura> to thin (down); < sólido> to dissolve
    * * *
    = diffuse, water down.
    Ex. As everywhere, research in library and information science in Australia is diffused over the myriad topics that make up the field.
    Ex. One of these proposals, a large jump in the dues for students and retired members, was watered down before finally being passed.
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    * diluir con agua = dilute with + water.
    * diluir el efecto = dissipate + effect.
    * diluirse = fall out, fade (away/out).
    * sin diluir = undiluted.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo < líquido> to dilute; < pintura> to thin (down); < sólido> to dissolve
    * * *
    = diffuse, water down.

    Ex: As everywhere, research in library and information science in Australia is diffused over the myriad topics that make up the field.

    Ex: One of these proposals, a large jump in the dues for students and retired members, was watered down before finally being passed.
    * diluir con agua = dilute with + water.
    * diluir el efecto = dissipate + effect.
    * diluirse = fall out, fade (away/out).
    * sin diluir = undiluted.

    * * *
    diluir [ I20 ]
    vt
    ‹líquido› to dilute; ‹pintura› to thin, thin down; ‹sólido› to dissolve
    * * *

    diluir ( conjugate diluir) verbo transitivo líquido to dilute;
    pintura to thin (down);
    sólido to dissolve
    diluir vtr, diluirse verbo reflexivo to dilute
    ' diluir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    diluirse
    - disolver
    English:
    dilute
    - thin
    - water
    * * *
    vt
    1. [zumo, aceite] to dilute;
    [pintura] to thin;
    diluya el puré con un poco de agua dilute the purée with a little water
    2. [polvos, azúcar, pastilla] to dissolve (en in);
    una pastilla diluida en agua one tablet dissolved in water
    * * *
    v/t dilute; fig
    water down
    * * *
    diluir {41} vt
    : to dilute
    * * *
    diluir vb
    1. (líquido) to dilute
    2. (sólido) to dissolve

    Spanish-English dictionary > diluir

  • 427 dirección5

    5 = tack.
    Ex. The simplest tack would be to include the metadata in the notes field but sorting by metadata attributes is problematic and clunky.
    ----
    * dirección asistida = power-assisted steering.
    * explorar una dirección = chart + direction.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dirección5

  • 428 director de curso

    Ex. A number of course leaders in the IT field regarded their lack of treatment of what might be termed morality of information provision as a drawback in their programmes.
    * * *

    Ex: A number of course leaders in the IT field regarded their lack of treatment of what might be termed morality of information provision as a drawback in their programmes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director de curso

  • 429 directorio de empresas en base de datos

    (n.) = corporate directory database, company directory database
    Ex. The article 'The winds of change in corporate directory databases' presents new data bases available in the field of on-line directories of US private and public companies.
    Ex. Some of the most valuable industry information can be compiled from company directory databases.
    * * *
    (n.) = corporate directory database, company directory database

    Ex: The article 'The winds of change in corporate directory databases' presents new data bases available in the field of on-line directories of US private and public companies.

    Ex: Some of the most valuable industry information can be compiled from company directory databases.

    Spanish-English dictionary > directorio de empresas en base de datos

  • 430 directorio de un registro automatizado

    (n.) = directory
    Ex. The directory is a finding list which lists for every field its tag, the number of characters in the field, and the starting character position of the field within the record.
    * * *
    (n.) = directory

    Ex: The directory is a finding list which lists for every field its tag, the number of characters in the field, and the starting character position of the field within the record.

    Spanish-English dictionary > directorio de un registro automatizado

  • 431 disciplina académica

    (n.) = academic discipline, academic field
    Ex. Factors such as age,type, format of document, as well as previous instruction and academic discipline of users were considered.
    Ex. The influence of muckrakers has been so great that, paradoxically, they seem easy to ignore in constructing a history of the academic field of communication.
    * * *
    (n.) = academic discipline, academic field

    Ex: Factors such as age,type, format of document, as well as previous instruction and academic discipline of users were considered.

    Ex: The influence of muckrakers has been so great that, paradoxically, they seem easy to ignore in constructing a history of the academic field of communication.

    Spanish-English dictionary > disciplina académica

  • 432 disciplina de estudio

    Ex. For example, in an academic library, guides to literature searching in the various fields of study undertaken by the students in that institution are an effective means of explaining the use of various information retrieval tools.
    * * *

    Ex: For example, in an academic library, guides to literature searching in the various fields of study undertaken by the students in that institution are an effective means of explaining the use of various information retrieval tools.

    Spanish-English dictionary > disciplina de estudio

  • 433 disciplina1

    1 = area of endeavour [area of endeavor], discipline, field, subject area, subject field, area of study, knowledge domain, subject domain, discipline of knowledge, subject discipline, topic area.
    Ex. This becomes all the more significant as computers begin to affect virtually every other area of endeavor.
    Ex. A discipline is an area, or branch, of knowledge.
    Ex. An appreciation of alternative approaches is particularly important in this field where trends towards standardisation are the norm.
    Ex. Some schedules for some subject areas have now gone through several editions.
    Ex. Subject field to be covered must be determined by making explicit statements concerning the limits of topic coverage, and the depth in which various aspects of the subject are to be treated.
    Ex. Bowers has always placed great stress of his opinion that analytical bibliography is a subject which can be pursued as an entirely independent area of study for its own sake.
    Ex. Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.
    Ex. However graphic design tend to focus on external aspects of representation that apply at a general level across a wide range of subject domains.
    Ex. The disciplines of knowledge are in some way concerned with the nature of human experience and belief.
    Ex. Respondents indicated that they needed to master several subject disciplines and a sizable vocabulary to understand the literature they use.
    Ex. This is the second revision of the topic areas in as many years.
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    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * curso que abarca varias disciplinas = umbrella course.
    * disciplina académica = academic discipline, academic field.
    * disciplina científica = scientific discipline.
    * disciplina de estudio = field of study.
    * dividido en disciplinas = discipline-oriented [discipline oriented].
    * en varias disciplinas = cross-domain.
    * específico de una disciplina = discipline-specific.
    * estructurado en disciplinas = discipline-oriented [discipline oriented].
    * información sobre una disciplina = discipline-oriented information.
    * jerga de una disciplina = subject jargon.
    * resumen hecho para una disciplina concreta = discipline-oriented abstract.
    * sistema de clasificación por disciplinas = discipline-oriented scheme.

    Spanish-English dictionary > disciplina1

  • 434 discometría

    Nota: Uso de las discografías para determinar qué canciones, cantantes, etc. son los más populares con objeto de ayudar a la política de adquisición de material sonoro.
    Ex. The term discometrics is used to denote a field of study related to bibliometrics, which uses discographies for data rather than bibliographical source.
    * * *
    Nota: Uso de las discografías para determinar qué canciones, cantantes, etc. son los más populares con objeto de ayudar a la política de adquisición de material sonoro.

    Ex: The term discometrics is used to denote a field of study related to bibliometrics, which uses discographies for data rather than bibliographical source.

    Spanish-English dictionary > discometría

  • 435 diseminar

    v.
    1 to scatter (semillas).
    Ella diseminó las cenizas She scattered the ashes.
    2 to disseminate, to spread, to divulge, to put about.
    La prensa disemina la información The press disseminates the information.
    * * *
    1 to disseminate, scatter, spread
    1 to spread
    * * *
    to disseminate, disperse
    * * *
    VT to spread, disseminate frm
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) < semillas> viento to disperse, scatter; (Agr) to scatter
    b) <ideas/doctrina/cultura> to spread, disseminate (frml)
    2.
    diseminarse v pron personas to scatter, disperse; ideas/cultura to spread
    * * *
    = disseminate, cascade.
    Ex. The UKLDS or the UK Library Database System is a proposal from the Cooperative Automation Group (CAG) which was first disseminated in a discussion paper published in 1982.
    Ex. This project is designed to provide a network of practising librarians with a programme in educational methods and skills which can then be disseminated, or ' cascaded', to a wider network of professional colleagues.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) < semillas> viento to disperse, scatter; (Agr) to scatter
    b) <ideas/doctrina/cultura> to spread, disseminate (frml)
    2.
    diseminarse v pron personas to scatter, disperse; ideas/cultura to spread
    * * *
    = disseminate, cascade.

    Ex: The UKLDS or the UK Library Database System is a proposal from the Cooperative Automation Group (CAG) which was first disseminated in a discussion paper published in 1982.

    Ex: This project is designed to provide a network of practising librarians with a programme in educational methods and skills which can then be disseminated, or ' cascaded', to a wider network of professional colleagues.

    * * *
    diseminar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹semillas› «viento» to disperse, scatter, disseminate ( frml); ( Agr) to scatter
    diseminaron sus cenizas por el campo her ashes were scattered over the field
    2 ‹ideas/doctrina/cultura› to spread, disseminate ( frml)
    diseminaron bases militares por el continente they scattered military bases throughout the continent
    «personas» to scatter, disperse; «ideas/cultura» to spread
    los restos quedaron diseminados en un amplio radio the wreckage was scattered over a wide area
    * * *

    diseminar verbo transitivo to disseminate, spread
    ' diseminar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    esparcir
    English:
    disseminate
    - spread
    * * *
    vt
    1. [semillas] to scatter
    2. [ideas, cultura, religión] to spread, to disseminate
    3. [objetos, personas] to spread, to disperse;
    diseminaron tropas por todo el territorio they spread o dispersed their troops throughout the territory
    * * *
    v/t scatter; fig
    spread
    * * *
    : to disseminate, to spread

    Spanish-English dictionary > diseminar

  • 436 diseño de moda

    Ex. In the design field periodicals hold a particularly important place and in certain areas such as industrial and fashion design, they are arguably the principal source of information.
    * * *

    Ex: In the design field periodicals hold a particularly important place and in certain areas such as industrial and fashion design, they are arguably the principal source of information.

    Spanish-English dictionary > diseño de moda

  • 437 diseño industrial

    m.
    industrial design.
    * * *
    Ex. In the design field periodicals hold a particularly important place and in certain areas such as industrial and fashion design, they are arguably the principal source of information.
    * * *

    Ex: In the design field periodicals hold a particularly important place and in certain areas such as industrial and fashion design, they are arguably the principal source of information.

    * * *
    industrial design

    Spanish-English dictionary > diseño industrial

  • 438 disipar

    v.
    1 to dispel (dudas, sospechas).
    2 to squander, to throw away (fortuna, herencia).
    3 to drive or blow away.
    4 to dissipate, to fritter away, to waste away, to squander.
    Tito disipó su fortuna Tito dissipated his fortune.
    María disipó las dudas Mary dissipated the doubts.
    * * *
    1 (desvanecer) to disperse, dissipate
    2 (derrochar) to squander, dissipate
    3 figurado (dudas, temores) to dispel; (esperanzas) to destroy; (sospechas) to allay
    1 (desvanecerse) to clear, disperse, dissipate
    2 (evaporarse) to evaporate
    3 figurado to vanish, be dispelled
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (Meteo) [+ niebla] to drive away; [+ nubes] to disperse
    2) (=hacer desaparecer) [+ duda, temor] to dispel, remove; [+ esperanza] to destroy
    3) [+ dinero] to squander, fritter away (en on)
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <temores/dudas> to dispel
    b) <fortuna/dinero> to squander
    2.
    disiparse v pron nubes/niebla to clear; temores/sospechas to be dispelled; ilusiones to vanish, disappear
    * * *
    = dissipate, diffuse, dispel, quiet, assuage, fritter away, splurge, clear up.
    Ex. Similarly, equipment such as this can often give out quite a lot of heat which has to be adequately dissipated.
    Ex. As everywhere, research in library and information science in Australia is diffused over the myriad topics that make up the field.
    Ex. But years and experience do not always dispel the sense of unease.
    Ex. This trepidation is somewhat quieted when students discover the abundance of bibliographical guides that list and describe reference works.
    Ex. The dullard's envy of brilliant men is always assuaged by the suspicion that they will come to bad end.
    Ex. Most of the money spent was frittered away on projects that did nothing to make America safer.
    Ex. Wine lovers get the urge to splurge and celebrate, often in hoity-toity restaurants.
    Ex. What they will not do is clear up the foggy area in most cataloguers' minds, the area that leads to an inconsistent application of half-understood principles'.
    ----
    * disipar dudas = dispel + doubts.
    * disipar el miedo = assuage + fear.
    * disipar el temor = assuage + fear.
    * disiparse = fade (away/out), dribble off, die away, fizzle out, blow away, wear off.
    * disipar un temor = allay + fear.
    * humo + disiparse = smoke + clear.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <temores/dudas> to dispel
    b) <fortuna/dinero> to squander
    2.
    disiparse v pron nubes/niebla to clear; temores/sospechas to be dispelled; ilusiones to vanish, disappear
    * * *
    = dissipate, diffuse, dispel, quiet, assuage, fritter away, splurge, clear up.

    Ex: Similarly, equipment such as this can often give out quite a lot of heat which has to be adequately dissipated.

    Ex: As everywhere, research in library and information science in Australia is diffused over the myriad topics that make up the field.
    Ex: But years and experience do not always dispel the sense of unease.
    Ex: This trepidation is somewhat quieted when students discover the abundance of bibliographical guides that list and describe reference works.
    Ex: The dullard's envy of brilliant men is always assuaged by the suspicion that they will come to bad end.
    Ex: Most of the money spent was frittered away on projects that did nothing to make America safer.
    Ex: Wine lovers get the urge to splurge and celebrate, often in hoity-toity restaurants.
    Ex: What they will not do is clear up the foggy area in most cataloguers' minds, the area that leads to an inconsistent application of half-understood principles'.
    * disipar dudas = dispel + doubts.
    * disipar el miedo = assuage + fear.
    * disipar el temor = assuage + fear.
    * disiparse = fade (away/out), dribble off, die away, fizzle out, blow away, wear off.
    * disipar un temor = allay + fear.
    * humo + disiparse = smoke + clear.

    * * *
    disipar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹temores/dudas/sospechas› to dispel
    2 (derrochar) ‹fortuna/dinero› to squander, fritter away ( colloq); ‹energía/fuerzas› to use up
    3 ( Tec) ‹calor/energía› to dissipate
    1 «nubes/niebla» to clear
    2 «temores/sospechas» to be dispelled
    3 «esperanzas/ilusiones» to vanish, disappear
    4 ( Tec) «calor/energía» to dissipate, be dissipated
    * * *

    disipar verbo transitivo
    1 (hacer desaparecer la niebla, etc) to drive away
    (un temor, una duda) to dispel: quiero disipar cualquier duda que podáis tener, I'd like to dispel any doubts you have
    2 (despilfarrar) to squander: tardó poco en disipar sus ahorros, it didn't take him long to squander his savings
    ' disipar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    dispel
    - dissipate
    - settle
    - allay
    - assuage
    - quiet
    - remove
    * * *
    vt
    1. [dudas, sospechas, temores] to dispel;
    [ilusiones] to shatter
    2. [fortuna, herencia] to squander, to throw away
    3. [niebla, humo, vapor] to drive o blow away, to disperse;
    las lluvias disiparon la contaminación the rains washed away the pollution
    * * *
    v/t
    1 duda dispel
    2 dinero fritter away, squander
    * * *
    1) : to dissipate
    2) : to dispel

    Spanish-English dictionary > disipar

  • 439 dismunición

    Ex. Paper products in the field still outsell electronic versions, and no one foresees a slackening off of the book as the primary product.
    * * *

    Ex: Paper products in the field still outsell electronic versions, and no one foresees a slackening off of the book as the primary product.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dismunición

  • 440 dispersado por el aire

    (adj.) = wind-blown, wind-borne
    Ex. Dissemination in the field is by wind-driven rain, insects, infected plant debris or wind-blown soil.
    Ex. Allergenic plants liberate large amounts of wind-borne pollen.
    * * *
    (adj.) = wind-blown, wind-borne

    Ex: Dissemination in the field is by wind-driven rain, insects, infected plant debris or wind-blown soil.

    Ex: Allergenic plants liberate large amounts of wind-borne pollen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dispersado por el aire

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