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  • 741 comienzo

    m.
    start, beginning, kickoff.
    a comienzos del siglo XX at the beginning of the twentieth century
    dar comienzo (a algo) to start (something), to begin (something)
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: comenzar.
    * * *
    1 start, beginning
    \
    a comienzos de at the beginning of
    dar comienzo to begin, start
    estar en sus comienzos to be in its early stages
    * * *
    noun m.
    start, beginning
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=principio) [de película, historia, partido] beginning, start; [de proyecto, plan] beginning; [de enfermedad] onset

    al comienzo: al comienzo no entendía nada — at first I didn't understand anything

    al comienzo de la primavera — in early Spring, at the start of Spring

    los comienzos: en los comienzos de este siglo — at the beginning of this century

    en los comienzos del proceso democráticoin the early o initial stages of the democratic process

    una etapa muy difícil en sus comienzos — a very difficult stage, initially

    2)

    dar comienzo[acto, curso] to start, begin, commence frm

    la ceremonia dio comienzo a las cinco de la tardethe ceremony started o began o frm commenced at five o'clock

    3)

    dar comienzo a[+ acto, ceremonia] to begin, start; [+ carrera] to start; [+ etapa] to mark the beginning of

    * * *
    masculino beginning

    al comienzo — at first, in the beginning

    el proceso fue muy lento en sus comienzos — initially, the process was very slow

    dar comienzo a algo persona to begin something; ceremonia/acto to mark the beginning of something

    * * *
    = beginning, inception, starting, commencement, onset, start, initiation, dawning, input stage, kick-off, eruption, startup [start-up], start time, opening.
    Ex. In addition, synthesis often requires the use of a facet indicator, which marks the beginning of a new facet for example.
    Ex. Automated cataloging support systems, with any pretense to sophistication, did not begin to appear until the inception of the LC/MARC II (Library of Congress/Machine-Readable Cataloging) project in late 1967.
    Ex. The information seeking patterns of a variety of academic social scientists were broken down into 6 characteristics: starting; chaining; browsing; differentiating; monitoring; and extracting.
    Ex. The development of the course since its commencement is reviewed, and the reasons for changes in the course structure are discussed.
    Ex. In the 1980s came the onset of the 'new' immigration from Eastern and Southern Europe.
    Ex. Olle is right, however, in implying that after a slow start interest in, and writing about, official publishing in Britain has increased dramatically in recent years.
    Ex. The increase in emphasis on regional cooperation has resulted in the initiation of many regional projects.
    Ex. The Internet heralds the dawning of a new information age = Internet premoniza el amanecer de una nueva era de la información.
    Ex. To rephrase this in terms already used, they involve effort at the input stage in order to reduce effort at the output stage = Expresando esto con términos ya usados, suponen un esfuerzo en la etapa inicial con objeto de reducir el esfuerzo en la etapa final.
    Ex. The cooperative venture 'StoryLines America' joins libraries and public radio in smash kick-off.
    Ex. Information on the news items relevant to 'mad cow disease' was collected for a period of 100 days starting very close to the eruption of the crisis.
    Ex. This article presents some practical tips to help users of DIALOG's DIALOGLINK including buffer size, screen speed-up, startup short cuts, type-ahead buffer and use of DIALOGLING with other services.
    Ex. Reservations are held for 20 minutes after the slated event start time.
    Ex. Some of the common auxiliaries are allocated notations in which the facet indicators possess both an opening and a closure sign.
    ----
    * abocado al fracaso desde el comienzo = doomed from + the beginning, doomed from + the outset, doomed from + the start.
    * a comienzos de + Expresión Temporal = early + Expresión Temporal, the.
    * a comienzos de + Fecha = in the early + Fecha, in the early part of + Fecha.
    * a comienzos de + Período de Tiempo = by the turn of + Período de Tiempo, at the turn of + Período de Tiempo.
    * al comienzo = early on, at the outset, to start with, at startup.
    * al comienzo de = at the start (of), in the early days (of), at the outbreak of, at the onset of, early in.
    * comienzo de la guerra = outbreak of the war, breakout of + the war.
    * comienzo de la menstruación = menarche.
    * comienzo difícil = bumpy start.
    * comienzo fallido = false start.
    * comienzos = early days.
    * comienzo tardío = late start.
    * condenado al fracaso desde el comienzo = doomed from + the beginning, doomed from + the outset, doomed from + the start.
    * dar comienzo a = give + a start to.
    * dar un comienzo a = give + a start to.
    * de comienzos de + Expresión Temporal = earliest + Expresión Temporal.
    * desde el comienzo = from the outset, from the start, from the beginning, ab initio, from the word go, from the word get-go.
    * desde el comienzo de los tiempos = since the beginning of time, from the beginning of time, since time began.
    * desde los comienzos = from an early stage.
    * desde sus comienzos = from + its/their + inception, from + its/their + beginnings, since + its/their + beginnings, since + its/their + inception.
    * en los comienzos de = at the birth of.
    * en + Posesivo + comienzos = in + Posesivo + early days, in + Posesivo + early years.
    * en sus comienzos = budding.
    * fecha de comienzo = starting date, beginning date, date of commencement.
    * hora de comienzo = starting time, start time.
    * indicador de comienzo de subcampo = delimiter sign.
    * los comienzos de = the dawn of.
    * marcar el comienzo = usher in.
    * nuevo comienzo = new beginning, clean slate, new leaf.
    * posición de comienzo = offset value.
    * predestinado al fracaso desde el comienzo = doomed to + failure from its inception, doomed to + failure.
    * tener programado su comienzo = be scheduled to start.
    * tener un comienzo tardío
    * un nuevo comienzo = a fresh start.
    * * *
    masculino beginning

    al comienzo — at first, in the beginning

    el proceso fue muy lento en sus comienzos — initially, the process was very slow

    dar comienzo a algo persona to begin something; ceremonia/acto to mark the beginning of something

    * * *
    = beginning, inception, starting, commencement, onset, start, initiation, dawning, input stage, kick-off, eruption, startup [start-up], start time, opening.

    Ex: In addition, synthesis often requires the use of a facet indicator, which marks the beginning of a new facet for example.

    Ex: Automated cataloging support systems, with any pretense to sophistication, did not begin to appear until the inception of the LC/MARC II (Library of Congress/Machine-Readable Cataloging) project in late 1967.
    Ex: The information seeking patterns of a variety of academic social scientists were broken down into 6 characteristics: starting; chaining; browsing; differentiating; monitoring; and extracting.
    Ex: The development of the course since its commencement is reviewed, and the reasons for changes in the course structure are discussed.
    Ex: In the 1980s came the onset of the 'new' immigration from Eastern and Southern Europe.
    Ex: Olle is right, however, in implying that after a slow start interest in, and writing about, official publishing in Britain has increased dramatically in recent years.
    Ex: The increase in emphasis on regional cooperation has resulted in the initiation of many regional projects.
    Ex: The Internet heralds the dawning of a new information age = Internet premoniza el amanecer de una nueva era de la información.
    Ex: To rephrase this in terms already used, they involve effort at the input stage in order to reduce effort at the output stage = Expresando esto con términos ya usados, suponen un esfuerzo en la etapa inicial con objeto de reducir el esfuerzo en la etapa final.
    Ex: The cooperative venture 'StoryLines America' joins libraries and public radio in smash kick-off.
    Ex: Information on the news items relevant to 'mad cow disease' was collected for a period of 100 days starting very close to the eruption of the crisis.
    Ex: This article presents some practical tips to help users of DIALOG's DIALOGLINK including buffer size, screen speed-up, startup short cuts, type-ahead buffer and use of DIALOGLING with other services.
    Ex: Reservations are held for 20 minutes after the slated event start time.
    Ex: Some of the common auxiliaries are allocated notations in which the facet indicators possess both an opening and a closure sign.
    * abocado al fracaso desde el comienzo = doomed from + the beginning, doomed from + the outset, doomed from + the start.
    * a comienzos de + Expresión Temporal = early + Expresión Temporal, the.
    * a comienzos de + Fecha = in the early + Fecha, in the early part of + Fecha.
    * a comienzos de + Período de Tiempo = by the turn of + Período de Tiempo, at the turn of + Período de Tiempo.
    * al comienzo = early on, at the outset, to start with, at startup.
    * al comienzo de = at the start (of), in the early days (of), at the outbreak of, at the onset of, early in.
    * comienzo de la guerra = outbreak of the war, breakout of + the war.
    * comienzo de la menstruación = menarche.
    * comienzo difícil = bumpy start.
    * comienzo fallido = false start.
    * comienzos = early days.
    * comienzo tardío = late start.
    * condenado al fracaso desde el comienzo = doomed from + the beginning, doomed from + the outset, doomed from + the start.
    * dar comienzo a = give + a start to.
    * dar un comienzo a = give + a start to.
    * de comienzos de + Expresión Temporal = earliest + Expresión Temporal.
    * desde el comienzo = from the outset, from the start, from the beginning, ab initio, from the word go, from the word get-go.
    * desde el comienzo de los tiempos = since the beginning of time, from the beginning of time, since time began.
    * desde los comienzos = from an early stage.
    * desde sus comienzos = from + its/their + inception, from + its/their + beginnings, since + its/their + beginnings, since + its/their + inception.
    * en los comienzos de = at the birth of.
    * en + Posesivo + comienzos = in + Posesivo + early days, in + Posesivo + early years.
    * en sus comienzos = budding.
    * fecha de comienzo = starting date, beginning date, date of commencement.
    * hora de comienzo = starting time, start time.
    * indicador de comienzo de subcampo = delimiter sign.
    * los comienzos de = the dawn of.
    * marcar el comienzo = usher in.
    * nuevo comienzo = new beginning, clean slate, new leaf.
    * posición de comienzo = offset value.
    * predestinado al fracaso desde el comienzo = doomed to + failure from its inception, doomed to + failure.
    * tener programado su comienzo = be scheduled to start.
    * tener un comienzo tardío
    * un nuevo comienzo = a fresh start.

    * * *
    beginning
    al comienzo at first, in the beginning
    el proceso fue muy lento en sus comienzos initially, the process was very slow
    dio comienzo al año lectivo it marked the beginning of the academic year
    dieron comienzo a la función con la tocata they began the performance with the toccata
    el concierto dará comienzo a las nueve the concert will begin at 9 o'clock
    los comienzos son siempre difíciles the first months ( o steps etc) are always difficult
    * * *

     

    Del verbo comenzar: ( conjugate comenzar)

    comienzo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    comenzar    
    comienzo
    comenzar ( conjugate comenzar) verbo transitivo
    to begin, commence (frml)
    verbo intransitivo
    to begin;

    comienzo haciendo algo/por hacer algo to begin by doing sth;
    comienzo a hacer algo to start doing o to do sth;
    comienzoon a disparar they started firing o to fire;
    comienzo por algo to begin with sth
    comienzo sustantivo masculino
    beginning;
    al comienzo at first, in the beginning;
    dar comienzo to begin;
    dar comienzo a algo [ persona] to begin sth;

    [ceremonia/acto] to mark the beginning of sth;

    comenzar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo to begin, start
    (a realizar una acción) comenzó a decir barbaridades, he started talking nonsense
    (una serie de acciones) comenzamos por mostrar nuestro desacuerdo, we started by showing our disagreement ➣ Ver nota en begin y start
    comienzo sustantivo masculino beginning, start
    ♦ Locuciones: a comienzos de, at the beginning of
    dar comienzo, to begin o start

    ' comienzo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    apertura
    - iniciar
    - origen
    - principio
    - iniciación
    English:
    beginning
    - conception
    - off
    - onset
    - opening
    - outbreak
    - outset
    - start
    - turn
    - commence
    - home
    - out
    - usher
    * * *
    nm
    start, beginning;
    lo sabían desde el comienzo they knew from the start o beginning;
    y esto es sólo el comienzo and this is just the start;
    tuvo unos comienzos poco prometedores it got off to an inauspicious start;
    a comienzos del siglo XX at the beginning of the 20th century;
    al comienzo in the beginning, at first;
    dar comienzo (a algo) to start (sth), to begin (sth);
    la función dio comienzo a las siete y media the performance started at half past seven;
    el secretario dio comienzo a la reunión the secretary began o opened the meeting
    * * *
    m beginning;
    al comienzo, en un comienzo at first, in the beginning;
    un comienzo from the start;
    a comienzos de junio at the beginning of June
    * * *
    1) : start, beginning
    2)
    al comienzo : at first
    3)
    dar comienzo : to begin
    * * *
    comienzo n beginning

    Spanish-English dictionary > comienzo

  • 742 comienzos

    m.pl.
    beginnings, early part.
    * * *
    Ex. These he bound up in three volumes, and on the fly leaf of the first volume wrote 'I have always retained a kind of affection for little story books, as they recall muy early days'.
    * * *

    Ex: These he bound up in three volumes, and on the fly leaf of the first volume wrote 'I have always retained a kind of affection for little story books, as they recall muy early days'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comienzos

  • 743 comisionado

    f. & m.
    1 commissioner, delegate, commissary, deputy.
    2 member of a commission.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: comisionar.
    * * *
    1→ link=comisionar comisionar
    1 commissioned
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 commissioner
    * * *
    comisionado, -a
    SM / F
    1) (=delegado) commissioner
    2) (=miembro) (Pol) committee member; (Com, Econ) board member
    * * *
    - da masculino, femenino commissioner; alto I
    * * *
    Ex. Commission decisions are taken collectively, although each commissioner is responsible for one or more portfolios, or areas of policy.
    * * *
    - da masculino, femenino commissioner; alto I
    * * *

    Ex: Commission decisions are taken collectively, although each commissioner is responsible for one or more portfolios, or areas of policy.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    commissioner
    * * *

    comisionado
    ◊ -da sustantivo masculino, femenino

    commissioner
    comisionado,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino commissioner: el comisionado de Naciones Unidas para la zona llegará el jueves, the United Nations commissioner for the area will arrive Thursday

    ' comisionado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    comisionada
    - comisionar
    English:
    commissioner
    * * *
    comisionado, -a nm,f
    committee member
    * * *
    m, comisionada f commissioner
    * * *
    comisionado, -da adj
    : commissioned, entrusted

    Spanish-English dictionary > comisionado

  • 744 comisionar un estudio

    (v.) = commission + study
    Ex. As part of the process of tackling such technical barriers to trade, the Commission may organize conferences and seminars and commission studies in order to examine the scientific and technical aspects.
    * * *
    (v.) = commission + study

    Ex: As part of the process of tackling such technical barriers to trade, the Commission may organize conferences and seminars and commission studies in order to examine the scientific and technical aspects.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comisionar un estudio

  • 745 comitiva fúnebre

    funeral procession
    * * *
    funeral procession, cortège
    * * *
    (n.) = funeral cortege, funeral procession, cortege
    Ex. The funeral cortege was then joined by hundreds of taxis with black ribbons on their aerials.
    Ex. When Queen Victoria died two personal pipers took part in the first stage of her funeral procession.
    Ex. Women and children wept as the vast cortege, headed by 150 surpliced clergymen wound its way from the church through the streets in which every shop was shuttered.
    * * *
    funeral procession, cortège
    * * *
    (n.) = funeral cortege, funeral procession, cortege

    Ex: The funeral cortege was then joined by hundreds of taxis with black ribbons on their aerials.

    Ex: When Queen Victoria died two personal pipers took part in the first stage of her funeral procession.
    Ex: Women and children wept as the vast cortege, headed by 150 surpliced clergymen wound its way from the church through the streets in which every shop was shuttered.

    * * *
    cortège, funeral procession

    Spanish-English dictionary > comitiva fúnebre

  • 746 comité

    m.
    committee.
    * * *
    1 committee
    \
    comité de empresa works committee
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *

    comité de apelacióncommittee o board of appeal

    comité de empresa — works committee, shop stewards' committee

    comité de redacción[gen] drafting committee; (Prensa) editorial committee

    Comité Directivo — (Dep) board (of management)

    * * *
    1) ( junta) committee
    2) (RPl) ( sede) local headquarters (sing o pl)
    * * *
    = board, caucus [caucuses, pl.], commission, committee, support group, panel.
    Ex. The librarian is also a member of the board of Education Studies and Humanities, indeed the university librarian served as Dean of the School for a period of three years.
    Ex. For example, the most recent meeting of that group endorsed the recommendation of the Black Caucus that we change BLACKS and NEGROES to AFRO-AMERICANS.
    Ex. Amongst these are numbered: some specific legal and governmental works, such as laws, decrees, treaties; works that record the collective thought of a body, for example, reports of commissions and committees; and various cartographic materials.
    Ex. Amongst these are numbered: some specific legal and governmental works, such as laws, decrees, treaties; works that record the collective thought of a body, for example, reports of commissions and committees; and various cartographic materials.
    Ex. The work was carried out as part of the work of a support group set up to help in various aspects of an archaeological dig.
    Ex. The books were chosen by panels of children.
    ----
    * comité ad hoc = ad hoc committee.
    * comité asesor = think tank, advisory council, advisory board, advisory committee, consultative committee.
    * comité científico = scientific committee.
    * comité conjunto = joint committee.
    * Comité Conjunto para Sistemas de Información (JISC) = Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC).
    * comité consultivo = advisory committee, consultative committee, advisory council, advisory board.
    * comité coordinador = coordinating committee.
    * comité de asuntos económicos = finance committee.
    * comité de dirección = steering committee.
    * comité de evaluación = review panel, review board, review committee.
    * comité de expertos = professional committee.
    * Comité de las Organizaciones de Productores Agrícolas (COPA) = Committee of Agricultural Producer Organizations (COPA).
    * Comité de las Universidades Británicas sobre Películas y Vídeos (BUFVC) = British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFVC).
    * comité de ordenación académica = course committee.
    * comité de planificación = planning committee.
    * Comité de Revisión de las Reglas de Catalogación (CCRC) = Catalog Code Revision Committee (CCRC).
    * comité de selección = screening panel, search and screen committee, search committee.
    * comité de supervisión = review board.
    * comité directivo = steering committee, steering body.
    * comité ejecutivo = executive board.
    * comité especial = working party.
    * Comité Internacional del Escudo Azul (ICBS) = International Committee of the Blue Shield (ICBS).
    * Comité Nacional de Asesoramiento (NACO) = National Advisory Committee (NACO).
    * comité organizador = organising committee.
    * Comité para la Homologación (COA) = Committee on Accreditation (COA).
    * comité permanente = standing committee.
    * comité seleccionador = interviewing board, interview committee.
    * comité selecto = select committee.
    * crear un comité = set up + committee.
    * elegir un comité = appoint + committee.
    * formar parte de un comite = serve on + committee.
    * formar un comité = set up + committee.
    * miembro de un comité = committeeman [committeemen, -pl.].
    * nombrar un comité = appoint + committee.
    * * *
    1) ( junta) committee
    2) (RPl) ( sede) local headquarters (sing o pl)
    * * *
    = board, caucus [caucuses, pl.], commission, committee, support group, panel.

    Ex: The librarian is also a member of the board of Education Studies and Humanities, indeed the university librarian served as Dean of the School for a period of three years.

    Ex: For example, the most recent meeting of that group endorsed the recommendation of the Black Caucus that we change BLACKS and NEGROES to AFRO-AMERICANS.
    Ex: Amongst these are numbered: some specific legal and governmental works, such as laws, decrees, treaties; works that record the collective thought of a body, for example, reports of commissions and committees; and various cartographic materials.
    Ex: Amongst these are numbered: some specific legal and governmental works, such as laws, decrees, treaties; works that record the collective thought of a body, for example, reports of commissions and committees; and various cartographic materials.
    Ex: The work was carried out as part of the work of a support group set up to help in various aspects of an archaeological dig.
    Ex: The books were chosen by panels of children.
    * comité ad hoc = ad hoc committee.
    * comité asesor = think tank, advisory council, advisory board, advisory committee, consultative committee.
    * comité científico = scientific committee.
    * comité conjunto = joint committee.
    * Comité Conjunto para Sistemas de Información (JISC) = Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC).
    * comité consultivo = advisory committee, consultative committee, advisory council, advisory board.
    * comité coordinador = coordinating committee.
    * comité de asuntos económicos = finance committee.
    * comité de dirección = steering committee.
    * comité de evaluación = review panel, review board, review committee.
    * comité de expertos = professional committee.
    * Comité de las Organizaciones de Productores Agrícolas (COPA) = Committee of Agricultural Producer Organizations (COPA).
    * Comité de las Universidades Británicas sobre Películas y Vídeos (BUFVC) = British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFVC).
    * comité de ordenación académica = course committee.
    * comité de planificación = planning committee.
    * Comité de Revisión de las Reglas de Catalogación (CCRC) = Catalog Code Revision Committee (CCRC).
    * comité de selección = screening panel, search and screen committee, search committee.
    * comité de supervisión = review board.
    * comité directivo = steering committee, steering body.
    * comité ejecutivo = executive board.
    * comité especial = working party.
    * Comité Internacional del Escudo Azul (ICBS) = International Committee of the Blue Shield (ICBS).
    * Comité Nacional de Asesoramiento (NACO) = National Advisory Committee (NACO).
    * comité organizador = organising committee.
    * Comité para la Homologación (COA) = Committee on Accreditation (COA).
    * comité permanente = standing committee.
    * comité seleccionador = interviewing board, interview committee.
    * comité selecto = select committee.
    * crear un comité = set up + committee.
    * elegir un comité = appoint + committee.
    * formar parte de un comite = serve on + committee.
    * formar un comité = set up + committee.
    * miembro de un comité = committeeman [committeemen, -pl.].
    * nombrar un comité = appoint + committee.

    * * *
    A (comisión) committee
    el comité ejecutivo the executive committee
    Compuestos:
    (UE) Economic and Finance Committee
    ( Esp) works committee
    editorial board/committee
    (UE) Committee of Permanent Representatives
    selection board/committee
    B ( RPl) (sede) local headquarters ( sing o pl)
    * * *

     

    comité sustantivo masculino ( junta) committee;
    comité de redacción editorial board o committee

    comité sustantivo masculino committee

    ' comité' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    antinuclear
    - comisión
    - conjunto
    - encabezar
    - junta
    - presidencia
    - presidente
    - presidir
    English:
    ballot
    - behalf
    - chair
    - committee
    - executive
    - intercede
    - joint
    - meet
    - member
    - on
    - serve
    - sit
    - sitting
    - standing
    * * *
    committee
    comité central central committee;
    comité consultivo consultative committee;
    Dep comité de competición disciplinary committee;
    comité de disciplina disciplinary comittee;
    UE Comité Económico y Social Economic and Social Committee;
    comité ejecutivo executive committee;
    Ind comité de empresa Br works council, US employees' group;
    comité de gestión management committee;
    Ind comité intercentros coordinating o joint committee [of trade unions];
    comité olímpico Olympic Committee;
    comité permanente standing committee;
    UE Comité de las Regiones Committee of the Regions
    * * *
    m committee
    * * *
    : committee
    * * *
    comité n committee

    Spanish-English dictionary > comité

  • 747 como respuesta a

    = in reply to, in response to
    Ex. He told the truth in reply to the question from the chairwoman.
    Ex. You have seen that the basic principle in information retrieval is to search only a limited part of the store in response to each request.
    * * *
    = in reply to, in response to

    Ex: He told the truth in reply to the question from the chairwoman.

    Ex: You have seen that the basic principle in information retrieval is to search only a limited part of the store in response to each request.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como respuesta a

  • 748 compactado

    m.
    compaction.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: compactar.
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. Looking at the foot-thick carpet of serried and disordered books everywhere on the floor, he agreed that the library was outgrowing its accommodations.
    * * *

    Ex: Looking at the foot-thick carpet of serried and disordered books everywhere on the floor, he agreed that the library was outgrowing its accommodations.

    Spanish-English dictionary > compactado

  • 749 compartido

    adj.
    shared, partaken, joint.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: compartir.
    * * *
    ADJ [habitación] shared
    * * *
    = cooperative [co-operative], shared, pooled.
    Ex. Various large abstracting and indexing co-operative ventures or networks have developed their own formats.
    Ex. A work of shared responsibility is one where the work has arisen from collaboration between two or more persons or corporative bodies.
    Ex. A group of 64 libraries realised substantial cost reductions by joining in a pooled fund to self-insure for unemployment compensation.
    ----
    * catalogación compartida = cooperative cataloguing, shared cataloguing.
    * dirección compartida = shared governance.
    * distrito compartido = intercampus registration.
    * gestión compartida = shared governance.
    * local compartido = shared premise.
    * matrícula compartida = intercampus registration.
    * recursos compartidos = resource sharing.
    * responsabilidad compartida = shared authorship, shared responsibility.
    * uso compartido de la información = information sharing.
    * uso compartido de recursos = resource sharing, time-sharing [timesharing].
    * utilización compartida de bases de datos textuales = text timesharing, text timeshare.
    * viaje en coche compartido = car-pool [carpool].
    * * *
    = cooperative [co-operative], shared, pooled.

    Ex: Various large abstracting and indexing co-operative ventures or networks have developed their own formats.

    Ex: A work of shared responsibility is one where the work has arisen from collaboration between two or more persons or corporative bodies.
    Ex: A group of 64 libraries realised substantial cost reductions by joining in a pooled fund to self-insure for unemployment compensation.
    * catalogación compartida = cooperative cataloguing, shared cataloguing.
    * dirección compartida = shared governance.
    * distrito compartido = intercampus registration.
    * gestión compartida = shared governance.
    * local compartido = shared premise.
    * matrícula compartida = intercampus registration.
    * recursos compartidos = resource sharing.
    * responsabilidad compartida = shared authorship, shared responsibility.
    * uso compartido de la información = information sharing.
    * uso compartido de recursos = resource sharing, time-sharing [timesharing].
    * utilización compartida de bases de datos textuales = text timesharing, text timeshare.
    * viaje en coche compartido = car-pool [carpool].

    * * *
    compartido, -a adj
    [casa, habitación] shared

    Spanish-English dictionary > compartido

  • 750 compartimento

    m.
    compartment.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: compartimentar.
    * * *
    1 compartment
    \
    compartimento estanco watertight compartment
    * * *
    compartimiento masculino
    a) (Ferr) compartment
    b) (de cartera, cajón) section, compartment
    * * *
    = bucket, compartment.
    Ex. This article considers a random access file which consists of a given number of buckets.
    Ex. They wear waterproof vests that include compartments for wireless gadgets.
    ----
    * compartimento estanco = watertight compartment, silo.
    * compartimento superior = overhead bin, overhead locker.
    * * *
    compartimiento masculino
    a) (Ferr) compartment
    b) (de cartera, cajón) section, compartment
    * * *
    = bucket, compartment.

    Ex: This article considers a random access file which consists of a given number of buckets.

    Ex: They wear waterproof vests that include compartments for wireless gadgets.
    * compartimento estanco = watertight compartment, silo.
    * compartimento superior = overhead bin, overhead locker.

    * * *
    compartimento, compartimiento
    1 ( Ferr) compartment
    un compartimento para no fumadores/de primera clase a no-smoking/first-class compartment
    2 (de una cartera, un cajón) section, compartment
    el compartimento superior del armario the top part o section of the cupboard
    Compuesto:
    ( Náut) watertight compartment
    los distintos departamentos son compartimentos estancos there is no communication between the various departments
    * * *

    Del verbo compartimentar: ( conjugate compartimentar)

    compartimento es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    compartimentó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    compartimentar    
    compartimento
    compartimento,
    compartimiento sustantivo masculino

    compartment
    compartim(i)ento sustantivo masculino
    1 compartment
    2 Ferroc compartimiento de primera/segunda clase, first-/ second-class compartment

    ' compartimento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    casillero
    English:
    compartment
    - smoking
    * * *
    compartimento, compartimiento nm
    1. [en tren] compartment
    2. [de armario] part, section;
    [de nevera] compartment compartimento estanco watertight compartment
    * * *
    m FERR car, Br
    compartment
    * * *
    compartimento n compartment

    Spanish-English dictionary > compartimento

  • 751 compañero de viaje

    travelling companion
    * * *
    ( en un viaje) traveling* companion; (Pol) fellow traveler*
    * * *
    Ex. She comments on the attitudes of her fellow travelers, mostly people on all-inclusive package holidays, toward the local people, noting an unjustified sense of superiority on the part of the Europeans.
    * * *
    ( en un viaje) traveling* companion; (Pol) fellow traveler*
    * * *

    Ex: She comments on the attitudes of her fellow travelers, mostly people on all-inclusive package holidays, toward the local people, noting an unjustified sense of superiority on the part of the Europeans.

    * * *
    traveling companion, Br
    travelling companion

    Spanish-English dictionary > compañero de viaje

  • 752 compenetrarse

    pron.v.
    1 to understand each other.
    2 to have a good understanding, to get along well, to have a mutual understanding, to impenetrate.
    Ellos se compenetraron They had a good understanding.
    3 to mix thoroughly.
    Los líquidos se compenetraron The fluids mixed thoroughly.
    * * *
    1 (uso recíproco) to understand each other
    2 FÍSICA to interpenetrate
    \
    compenetrarse con un papel (actor) to get into one's role
    * * *
    VPR
    1) (=entenderse) to understand one another

    compenetrarse con algo/algn — to identify with sth/sb

    2) (Quím) to interpenetrate, fuse
    * * *
    verbo pronominal persona
    a)

    compenetrarse con algo<con ideas/objectivos> to identify with something

    b)

    compenetrarse con alguien — to have a good relationship with somebody; ( en trabajo) to work well with somebody

    * * *
    (v.) = dovetail
    Ex. The three should dovetail so that each builds on the other instead of working against it.
    * * *
    verbo pronominal persona
    a)

    compenetrarse con algo<con ideas/objectivos> to identify with something

    b)

    compenetrarse con alguien — to have a good relationship with somebody; ( en trabajo) to work well with somebody

    * * *
    (v.) = dovetail

    Ex: The three should dovetail so that each builds on the other instead of working against it.

    * * *
    A «persona»
    1 compenetrarse CON algo:
    el actor no ha logrado compenetrarse con el personaje the actor hasn't managed to get into the part successfully
    hay que compenetrarse muy bien con el tema you have to familiarize yourself thoroughly with the subject
    está muy compenetrada con las ideas de la revolución she identifies closely with the ideas of the revolution
    2 compenetrarse CON algn to reach a good understanding WITH sb
    los dos bailarines se han compenetrado a la perfección the two dancers have reached a perfect mutual understanding
    las dos hermanas están muy compenetradas the two sisters have a very harmonious relationship
    B ( Quím) to interpenetrate
    * * *

    compenetrarse ( conjugate compenetrarse) verbo pronominal compenetrarse con algo ‹con ideas/objetivos› to identify with sth;
    compenetrarse con algn to have a good relationship with sb;
    ( en trabajo) to work well with sb;

    compenetrarse verbo reflexivo to understand each other: el equipo de vela se compenetra maravillosamente, the sailing team works together wonderfully

    ' compenetrarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    entenderse
    - identificar
    * * *
    1. [personas] to understand each other;
    se compenetra muy bien con su compañera de trabajo she has reached a good understanding with her workmate
    2. Quím [partículas] to interpenetrate
    * * *
    v/r
    :
    compenetrarse con alguien reach a good understanding with s.o.
    * * *
    1) : to understand each other
    2)
    compenetrarse con : to identify oneself with

    Spanish-English dictionary > compenetrarse

  • 753 complejo comercial

    m.
    shopping complex, mall.
    * * *
    Ex. Many central libraries are now built adjacent to or as an integral part of a shopping complex.
    * * *

    Ex: Many central libraries are now built adjacent to or as an integral part of a shopping complex.

    Spanish-English dictionary > complejo comercial

  • 754 complejo de pisos

    Ex. The underground garage is part of a large condominium complex where he lives.
    * * *

    Ex: The underground garage is part of a large condominium complex where he lives.

    Spanish-English dictionary > complejo de pisos

  • 755 complejo residencial

    (n.) = housing development, housing estate, housing complex
    Ex. The mobile visits 24 sites on a weekly basis, serving communities and housing developments some distance from static service points.
    Ex. Libraries formed a major part of the reconstruction of Poland after World War II and they are to be found in such diverse places as housing estates and office blocks.
    Ex. Roughly 3 percent of all persons aged 70 and older in 1993 were living in housing complexes for the elderly.
    * * *
    (n.) = housing development, housing estate, housing complex

    Ex: The mobile visits 24 sites on a weekly basis, serving communities and housing developments some distance from static service points.

    Ex: Libraries formed a major part of the reconstruction of Poland after World War II and they are to be found in such diverse places as housing estates and office blocks.
    Ex: Roughly 3 percent of all persons aged 70 and older in 1993 were living in housing complexes for the elderly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > complejo residencial

  • 756 complejo1

    1 = complex, nexus.
    Ex. The planned library will be part of a complex including a civic hall, information lobby, exhibition rooms and a restaurant.
    Ex. The future OPAC is likely to be one building block in a larger nexus of information structures.
    ----
    * complejo bibliotecario = library complex.
    * complejo comercial = shopping complex.
    * complejo de pisos = condominium complex.
    * complejo deportivo = sports complex.
    * complejo de viviendas subvencionadas = housing project.
    * complejo industial = industrial estate, industrial park.
    * complejo industrial = industrial complex.
    * complejo recreativo = leisure complex.
    * complejo recreativo-cultural = leisure-recreation-cultural complex.
    * complejo recreativo y social = leisure centre.
    * complejo residencial = housing development, housing estate, housing complex.
    * complejo social = community complex.
    * complejo vitamínico = vitamin complex.

    Spanish-English dictionary > complejo1

  • 757 complementario

    adj.
    1 complementary, complemental, completing, supplemental.
    2 adjunct.
    * * *
    1 complementary
    * * *
    (f. - complementaria)
    adj.
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ [gen] complementary
    2.
    SM [en lotería] bonus number
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo
    1) <trabajos/personalidades> complementary; <ángulos/colores> complementary
    2) ( adicional) additional
    * * *
    = additional, follow-up, supplementary, supporting, fringe, supplemental, integrative.
    Ex. The note area is the part of the description where it is permitted to include any additional information which the cataloguer feels may be of value to the user.
    Ex. This order receives the same follow-up treatment as other orders in the files.
    Ex. The hierarchical relationships associated with selected index terms may be revealed by displaying related terms beneath such terms in a supplementary list in the thesaurus.
    Ex. However, it doesn't take very long before the supporting machine file attains greater importance than the manual catalog.
    Ex. Libraries must also attempt to draw in the public by promoting fringe activities such as art exhibitions, concerts, talks by writers, craft demonstrations and films.
    Ex. Supplemental information was gathered about each library from Bowker's American Library Directory.
    Ex. The CRG set about trying to define a series of integrative levels upon which it would be possible to base the main classes and their order for a new general classification scheme.
    ----
    * actividad complementaria = follow-up activity.
    * complementario (de) = complementary (to).
    * de forma complementaria = complimentarily.
    * de modo complementario = complimentarily.
    * ejercicio complementario = follow-up activity.
    * exploración complementaria = diagnostic test.
    * ser complementario = be integral one to another.
    * ser complementario el uno del otro = be integral one to another.
    * ser complementarios = be integral one to another.
    * subtítulo y/o información complementaria sobre el título = other title information.
    * tarea complementaria = follow-up activity.
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo
    1) <trabajos/personalidades> complementary; <ángulos/colores> complementary
    2) ( adicional) additional
    * * *
    complementario(de)

    Ex: A full classification scheme, complementary to the thesaurus, is the most thorough means of indicating the relationships between the terms in a thesaurus.

    = additional, follow-up, supplementary, supporting, fringe, supplemental, integrative.

    Ex: The note area is the part of the description where it is permitted to include any additional information which the cataloguer feels may be of value to the user.

    Ex: This order receives the same follow-up treatment as other orders in the files.
    Ex: The hierarchical relationships associated with selected index terms may be revealed by displaying related terms beneath such terms in a supplementary list in the thesaurus.
    Ex: However, it doesn't take very long before the supporting machine file attains greater importance than the manual catalog.
    Ex: Libraries must also attempt to draw in the public by promoting fringe activities such as art exhibitions, concerts, talks by writers, craft demonstrations and films.
    Ex: Supplemental information was gathered about each library from Bowker's American Library Directory.
    Ex: The CRG set about trying to define a series of integrative levels upon which it would be possible to base the main classes and their order for a new general classification scheme.
    * actividad complementaria = follow-up activity.
    * complementario (de) = complementary (to).
    * de forma complementaria = complimentarily.
    * de modo complementario = complimentarily.
    * ejercicio complementario = follow-up activity.
    * exploración complementaria = diagnostic test.
    * ser complementario = be integral one to another.
    * ser complementario el uno del otro = be integral one to another.
    * ser complementarios = be integral one to another.
    * subtítulo y/o información complementaria sobre el título = other title information.
    * tarea complementaria = follow-up activity.

    * * *
    A
    1 ‹trabajos/personalidades› complementary
    2 ( Mat) ‹ángulos/conjuntos› complementary
    3 ( Fís) ‹colores› complementary
    B (adicional) additional
    allí te pueden dar información complementaria they will be able to give you additional information there
    notas complementarias additional o supplementary notes
    * * *

    complementario
    ◊ - ria adjetivo

    a)personalidades/ángulos/colores complementary


    complementario,-a adjetivo complementary
    ' complementario' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    complementaria
    English:
    ancillary
    - complementary
    - further
    * * *
    complementario, -a
    adj
    1. [persona, cosa] complementary
    2. [ángulo] complementary
    3. [color] complementary
    nm
    Esp [en la lotería] = complementary number, Br ≈ bonus ball
    * * *
    adj complementary
    * * *
    : complementary

    Spanish-English dictionary > complementario

  • 758 completado

    adj.
    completed, complete, perfect.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: completar.
    * * *
    ----
    * estudiante que ha completado los estudios secundarios = high school graduate, high school leaver.
    * * *
    * estudiante que ha completado los estudios secundarios = high school graduate, high school leaver.

    Spanish-English dictionary > completado

  • 759 complicado

    adj.
    1 complicated, complex, confusing, complicate.
    2 complicated.
    3 in a delicate condition.
    4 involved.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: complicar.
    * * *
    1→ link=complicar complicar
    1 (gen) complicated, complex
    2 (carácter) complex
    3 (implicado) involved
    * * *
    (f. - complicada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ (=complejo) complicated, complex; (Med) [fractura] compound; [estilo] elaborate; [persona] complex; [método] complicated, involved; (Jur) involved, implicated
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <problema/sistema/situación> complicated, complex
    b) < carácter> complex; < persona> complicated
    c) ( rebuscado)

    no seas tan complicado!don't make life o things difficult for yourself!

    d) <diseño/adorno> elaborate
    * * *
    = confusing, elaborate, intricate, involved, taxing, tricky [trickier -comp., trickiest -sup.], complicated, knotted, tangled.
    Ex. The nature of the compilation of the code led to rather little consensus, and many alternative rules, which together made the code rather confusing.
    Ex. These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
    Ex. The terminology, much of it being either newly coined or adapted to suit the purpose at hand, is sometimes rather intricate.
    Ex. There are also wide ranges of interpretation concerning title entry; for example, one of the exceptions is long titles that are involved and nondistinctive-a thoroughly subjective judgment must be made here.
    Ex. It is difficult to remember the special interests of more than a few people, and hence rather taxing to provide SDI manually to more than a handful of users.
    Ex. Bertrand Russell has written a great deal of sense about the tricky problem of individual liberty and achievement and its relationship to government control.
    Ex. Libraries should only refer users to other information agencies when complicated, specialized, or technical expertise is required.
    Ex. Its intricately knotted narrative begins in 1900 with the sequence of events leading to Oscar Wilde's deathbed conversion.
    Ex. Now, let me express to you, you have, in a manner of speaking, created quite a tangled ball of yarn in this situation.
    ----
    * de aspecto complicado = complicated-looking.
    * demasiado complicado = overcomplicated [over-complicated].
    * ¡En qué lío cada vez más complicado nos metemos al mentir! = O what a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive!.
    * fractura complicada = compound fracture.
    * las cosas son más complicadas de lo que parecen = there's more to it than meets the eye.
    * más complicado de lo que parece = more than meets the eye.
    * poco complicado = uncomplicated, uncomplicatedly.
    * supercomplicado = hyper-complicated.
    * trabajo complicado = major exercise.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <problema/sistema/situación> complicated, complex
    b) < carácter> complex; < persona> complicated
    c) ( rebuscado)

    no seas tan complicado!don't make life o things difficult for yourself!

    d) <diseño/adorno> elaborate
    * * *
    = confusing, elaborate, intricate, involved, taxing, tricky [trickier -comp., trickiest -sup.], complicated, knotted, tangled.

    Ex: The nature of the compilation of the code led to rather little consensus, and many alternative rules, which together made the code rather confusing.

    Ex: These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
    Ex: The terminology, much of it being either newly coined or adapted to suit the purpose at hand, is sometimes rather intricate.
    Ex: There are also wide ranges of interpretation concerning title entry; for example, one of the exceptions is long titles that are involved and nondistinctive-a thoroughly subjective judgment must be made here.
    Ex: It is difficult to remember the special interests of more than a few people, and hence rather taxing to provide SDI manually to more than a handful of users.
    Ex: Bertrand Russell has written a great deal of sense about the tricky problem of individual liberty and achievement and its relationship to government control.
    Ex: Libraries should only refer users to other information agencies when complicated, specialized, or technical expertise is required.
    Ex: Its intricately knotted narrative begins in 1900 with the sequence of events leading to Oscar Wilde's deathbed conversion.
    Ex: Now, let me express to you, you have, in a manner of speaking, created quite a tangled ball of yarn in this situation.
    * de aspecto complicado = complicated-looking.
    * demasiado complicado = overcomplicated [over-complicated].
    * ¡En qué lío cada vez más complicado nos metemos al mentir! = O what a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive!.
    * fractura complicada = compound fracture.
    * las cosas son más complicadas de lo que parecen = there's more to it than meets the eye.
    * más complicado de lo que parece = more than meets the eye.
    * poco complicado = uncomplicated, uncomplicatedly.
    * supercomplicado = hyper-complicated.
    * trabajo complicado = major exercise.

    * * *
    1 ‹problema/historia/situación› complicated, complex; ‹sistema› complicated, complex, involved
    2 ‹carácter› complex; ‹persona› complicated
    3
    (rebuscado): ¡no seas tan complicado! don't make life difficult for yourself!, don't make things so complicated!
    4 ‹diseño› elaborate, complex, intricate; ‹adorno› elaborate
    * * *

     

    Del verbo complicar: ( conjugate complicar)

    complicado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    complicado    
    complicar
    complicado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a)problema/sistema/situación complicated, complex

    b) carácter complex;

    persona complicated
    c)diseño/adorno elaborate

    complicar ( conjugate complicar) verbo transitivo
    a)situación/problema/asunto to complicate, make … complicated

    b) ( implicar) ‹ persona to involve, get … involved

    complicarse verbo pronominal
    a) [situación/problema/asunto] to get complicated;

    [ enfermedad]:

    See Also→ vida 2
    b) ( implicarse) complicadose en algo to get involved in sth

    complicado,-a adjetivo
    1 (complejo) complicated
    2 (implicado) involved
    complicar verbo transitivo
    1 (dificultar) to complicate, make difficult
    2 (implicar) to involve [en, in]: no me compliques en tus asuntos, don't involve me in your affairs
    ' complicado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    accidentada
    - accidentado
    - avispero
    - bizantina
    - bizantino
    - complicada
    - designar
    - fregado
    - más
    - puñetera
    - puñetero
    - rebuscada
    - rebuscado
    - enmarañado
    -
    English:
    can
    - complicated
    - compound
    - convoluted
    - elaborate
    - intricate
    - involved
    - rocky
    - tangled
    - thicken
    - wrestle
    - meet
    - taxing
    - uncomplicated
    * * *
    complicado, -a adj
    1. [situación, problema] complicated
    2. [sistema, procedimiento] complicated
    3. [carácter] complex;
    es un niño muy complicado he's a very complex child
    * * *
    adj complicated
    * * *
    complicado, -da adj
    : complicated
    * * *
    complicado adj complicated / complex

    Spanish-English dictionary > complicado

  • 760 complot

    m.
    plot, conspiracy, frame-up.
    * * *
    1 plot, conspiracy
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    = plot.
    Ex. As one of the members put it, these changes are not part of a British plot.
    ----
    * tramar un complot = hatch + plot.
    * urdir un complot = hatch + plot.
    * * *
    = plot.

    Ex: As one of the members put it, these changes are not part of a British plot.

    * tramar un complot = hatch + plot.
    * urdir un complot = hatch + plot.

    * * *

    Multiple Entries:
    complot    
    compló
    compló,
    complot sustantivo masculino (pl -plots) plot, conspiracy

    complot sustantivo masculino conspiracy, plot

    ' complot' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    compló
    - descubrir
    - fraguar
    - tramar
    English:
    conspiracy
    - plot
    - uncover
    * * *
    plot, conspiracy
    * * *
    m plot
    * * *
    complot nm, pl complots confabulación, conspiración: conspiracy, plot
    * * *
    complot n plot

    Spanish-English dictionary > complot

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