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  • 1 experto empresarial

    Ex. Industry observers felt that Microsoft was losing ground to companies that had established strong positions, such as Netscape Communications Corp.
    * * *

    Ex: Industry observers felt that Microsoft was losing ground to companies that had established strong positions, such as Netscape Communications Corp.

    Spanish-English dictionary > experto empresarial

  • 2 experto1

    1 = expert, referee, talent, expert witness, pundit, publication referee, techie, peer reviewer, technie, leading expert, hired gun, scholar.
    Ex. Standard reference works and experts may be consulted.
    Ex. The contributions are input to the data base, then referred and any suggestion made by the referee are communicated through the data base to the editor.
    Ex. The company sponsoring the award wants to find out how much can be done in terms of effective public relations and publicity using only local library talent.
    Ex. Appearing as an expert witness the librarian proved that, between 1943-55, a librarian following standard library practices of the time could have identified and located literature on the subject of the health effects of exposure to asbestos and the means of controlling dust in the mining and milling of asbestos.
    Ex. Neither pundit from the past, nor sage from the schools, neither authorised body nor inspired individual has come forward with a definition acceptable to all practising librarians as theirs and theirs alone, sharply defining them as a group.
    Ex. This does not imply that the abstractor becomes a publication referee, trying to second-guess decisions already made by editors.
    Ex. The article 'CD-ROMs for techies' profiles CD-ROM based tools providing personal computer technical support.
    Ex. All papers undergo blind review by external peer reviewers.
    Ex. The information superhighway is more than just a technies' playground.
    Ex. Each session will be chaired by a leading expert on the topic.
    Ex. Why not get a 'hired gun' who will do the job in the least time and give us the opinion we're looking for?.
    Ex. Under 'American scholar' he found editions published beginning, I believe, in the 1880s.
    ----
    * círculo de expertos = network.
    * comité de expertos = professional committee.
    * como un experto = expertly.
    * consultar con otro experto = get + a second opinion.
    * encuentro entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.
    * evaluación por expertos = peer review, refereeing, peer reviewing.
    * evaluación por expertos abierta = open refereeing.
    * evaluación por expertos anónima = blind refereeing.
    * evaluado por expertos = peer-reviewed, expertly appraised, refereed.
    * evaluar por expertos = referee.
    * evaluar por expertos doblemente = double referee.
    * experto bibliotecario = library expert.
    * experto empresarial = industry observer.
    * experto en = well versed in.
    * experto en conservación = preservationist.
    * experto en desactivación de bombas = detonation expert.
    * experto en desactivación de explosivos = detonation expert.
    * experto en dietética = dietitian [dietician], diet expert.
    * experto en informática = computer expert.
    * experto en la confección de documentos web = text mark-up expert.
    * experto en la materia = subject expert.
    * experto en medicina = medical expert.
    * experto en nutrición = nutritionist.
    * experto en recursos = resource person [resource people -pl.].
    * experto en tecnología = technologist.
    * experto fiscal = fiscal officer.
    * experto jurídico = legal expert.
    * expertos, los = experienced, the.
    * experto técnico = technical expert.
    * grupo de expertos = cadre, brains trust, group of experts, network, think tank.
    * panel de expertos = expert panel.
    * predicciones de expertos = punditry.
    * previsiones de expertos = punditry.
    * procedimiento de evaluación por expertos = refereeing procedure.
    * pronósticos de expertos = punditry.
    * pronunciamientos de expertos = punditry.
    * reunión de expertos = expert meeting [experts' meeting].
    * revista evaluada por expertos = refereed journal, peer-reviewed journal.
    * ser un experto en = be knowledgeable about.
    * ser un experto en la materia = know + Posesivo + stuff.
    * sin ser evaluado por expertos = unrefereed.
    * someter a una evaluación por expertos doble = double referee.
    * toma de contacto entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.

    Spanish-English dictionary > experto1

  • 3 experto

    adj.
    expert, crafty, deft, masterful.
    m.
    1 expert, old hand, ace, adept.
    2 expert witness.
    * * *
    1 expert
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 expert
    * * *
    (f. - experta)
    noun adj.
    * * *
    experto, -a
    1.
    ADJ expert
    2.
    SM / F expert

    se dejó asesorar por un experto — he sought the advice of an expert, he sought expert advice

    experto/a contable — auditor, chartered accountant

    experto/a tributario/a — tax expert

    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo

    experto en + inf — very good at -ing

    II
    - ta masculino, femenino expert

    un experto en física nuclearan authority o an expert in nuclear physics

    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo

    experto en + inf — very good at -ing

    II
    - ta masculino, femenino expert

    un experto en física nuclearan authority o an expert in nuclear physics

    * * *
    experto1
    1 = expert, referee, talent, expert witness, pundit, publication referee, techie, peer reviewer, technie, leading expert, hired gun, scholar.

    Ex: Standard reference works and experts may be consulted.

    Ex: The contributions are input to the data base, then referred and any suggestion made by the referee are communicated through the data base to the editor.
    Ex: The company sponsoring the award wants to find out how much can be done in terms of effective public relations and publicity using only local library talent.
    Ex: Appearing as an expert witness the librarian proved that, between 1943-55, a librarian following standard library practices of the time could have identified and located literature on the subject of the health effects of exposure to asbestos and the means of controlling dust in the mining and milling of asbestos.
    Ex: Neither pundit from the past, nor sage from the schools, neither authorised body nor inspired individual has come forward with a definition acceptable to all practising librarians as theirs and theirs alone, sharply defining them as a group.
    Ex: This does not imply that the abstractor becomes a publication referee, trying to second-guess decisions already made by editors.
    Ex: The article 'CD-ROMs for techies' profiles CD-ROM based tools providing personal computer technical support.
    Ex: All papers undergo blind review by external peer reviewers.
    Ex: The information superhighway is more than just a technies' playground.
    Ex: Each session will be chaired by a leading expert on the topic.
    Ex: Why not get a 'hired gun' who will do the job in the least time and give us the opinion we're looking for?.
    Ex: Under 'American scholar' he found editions published beginning, I believe, in the 1880s.
    * círculo de expertos = network.
    * comité de expertos = professional committee.
    * como un experto = expertly.
    * consultar con otro experto = get + a second opinion.
    * encuentro entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.
    * evaluación por expertos = peer review, refereeing, peer reviewing.
    * evaluación por expertos abierta = open refereeing.
    * evaluación por expertos anónima = blind refereeing.
    * evaluado por expertos = peer-reviewed, expertly appraised, refereed.
    * evaluar por expertos = referee.
    * evaluar por expertos doblemente = double referee.
    * experto bibliotecario = library expert.
    * experto empresarial = industry observer.
    * experto en = well versed in.
    * experto en conservación = preservationist.
    * experto en desactivación de bombas = detonation expert.
    * experto en desactivación de explosivos = detonation expert.
    * experto en dietética = dietitian [dietician], diet expert.
    * experto en informática = computer expert.
    * experto en la confección de documentos web = text mark-up expert.
    * experto en la materia = subject expert.
    * experto en medicina = medical expert.
    * experto en nutrición = nutritionist.
    * experto en recursos = resource person [resource people -pl.].
    * experto en tecnología = technologist.
    * experto fiscal = fiscal officer.
    * experto jurídico = legal expert.
    * expertos, los = experienced, the.
    * experto técnico = technical expert.
    * grupo de expertos = cadre, brains trust, group of experts, network, think tank.
    * panel de expertos = expert panel.
    * predicciones de expertos = punditry.
    * previsiones de expertos = punditry.
    * procedimiento de evaluación por expertos = refereeing procedure.
    * pronósticos de expertos = punditry.
    * pronunciamientos de expertos = punditry.
    * reunión de expertos = expert meeting [experts' meeting].
    * revista evaluada por expertos = refereed journal, peer-reviewed journal.
    * ser un experto en = be knowledgeable about.
    * ser un experto en la materia = know + Posesivo + stuff.
    * sin ser evaluado por expertos = unrefereed.
    * someter a una evaluación por expertos doble = double referee.
    * toma de contacto entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.

    experto2
    2 = adept, experienced, master, skilled, trained, seasoned, qualified, virtuoso, expert, deft, technically minded.

    Ex: The machine is indeed quite adept at creating alternate access points and customized sequences.

    Ex: Thus, complex and irrational arrangements can be tolerated, since only relatively experienced staff need to be able to locate items.
    Ex: The plot for 99.9 percent represents about the norm for good master typists.
    Ex: When used by skilled abstractors this mixture of styles can achieve the maximum transmission of information, within a minimum length.
    Ex: The WILSONDISC system appears easier to the trained searcher who can gather a great body of relevant material by using Boolean free text searching.
    Ex: At the same time, seasoned librarians are faced with new learning requirements for computer seaching.
    Ex: The projections of qualified manpower into the year 2000 are bleak for personnel based industries.
    Ex: An enquirer upstaged by a virtuoso parade of knowledge may be unwilling to venture into the limelight again.
    Ex: A situation involving the dangerous or apparently dangerous person (perhaps someone reportedly carrying a gun or knife) requires the librarian to summon expert help.
    Ex: In this live peformance video, Joan Sutherland's coloratura is as deft as ever.
    Ex: The building was without electricity for much of the day as some planned system upgrades were implemented (for the technically minded, some old gubbings were apparently replaced with sleek shiny new ones).
    * conocimiento experto = expertise.
    * enviar a un asesor experto = refer.
    * inexperto = naive [naïve].
    * mecanógrafo experto = master typist.
    * no experto = non-expert [nonexpert].
    * parecido a un sistema experto = expert-type.
    * persona no experta = non-scholar.
    * ser experto en = be skilled at.
    * sistema experto = expert system, knowledge-base system.

    * * *
    experto1 -ta
    [ SER]:
    es experto en casos de divorcio he's an expert on divorce cases
    experto EN + INF very good AT -ING
    es experta en manipular a la gente she's very good at manipulating people, she's an expert when it comes to manipulating people
    es experto en meter la pata ( hum); he's very good at putting his foot in it ( iro)
    experto2 -ta
    masculine, feminine
    expert experto EN algo:
    los expertos en explosivos the explosives experts
    una experta en la materia an authority o an expert on the subject
    mira cómo lo hace, es todo un experto watch how he does it, he's a real expert o he's really good at it
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    experto
    ◊ -ta adjetivo: es experto en casos de divorcio he's an expert on divorce cases;

    experto en hacer algo very good at doing sth
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    expert
    experto,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino expert [en, at/in]

    ' experto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    canto
    - como
    - dictamen
    - en
    - experta
    - interpretación
    - preparada
    - preparado
    - profana
    - profano
    - autoridad
    - entendido
    - especialista
    - perito
    English:
    accomplished
    - adept
    - authority
    - connoisseur
    - environmentalist
    - expert
    - master
    - no
    - oats
    - practiced
    - practised
    - pundit
    - purport
    - skilled
    - have
    - profess
    - professional
    - professionally
    - untrained
    * * *
    experto, -a
    adj
    expert;
    es experta en temas medioambientales she's an expert on environmental matters;
    es experto en hacer diabluras he's an expert at getting up to mischief
    nm,f
    expert;
    un experto en electrónica an electronics expert;
    un comité o [m5] una comisión de expertos a committee of experts;
    ¿poner pañales? ¡soy todo un experto! changing Br nappies? o US diapers? I'm quite the expert o Br a dab hand!
    * * *
    I adj expert;
    experto en hacer algo expert o very good at doing sth
    II m, experta f expert (en on)
    * * *
    experto, -ta adj & n
    : expert
    * * *
    experto n expert
    un experto en música an expert on music / a music expert

    Spanish-English dictionary > experto

  • 4 observador

    adj.
    watchful, observant, observing, sharp-eyed.
    m.
    observer, watcher, beholder.
    * * *
    1 observant
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 observer
    * * *
    1. (f. - observadora)
    noun
    2. (f. - observadora)
    adj.
    * * *
    observador, -a
    1.
    2.
    SM / F observer

    observador(a) extranjero/a — foreign observer

    * * *
    I
    - dora adjetivo observant
    II
    - dora masculino, femenino observer
    * * *
    = observer, sharp-eyed, viewer, observant.
    Ex. A number of observers and critics of professional education for library and information work has expressed concern at the failure of SLIS to respond rapidly and sensitively to such IT induced changes.
    Ex. Sharp-eyed researchers noted that twenty-three per cent of the people who came did so in order to meet someone or to use the phone.
    Ex. Informative abstracts have been compared to a skeleton with all the flesh missing -- the viewer is given enough detail to accurately reconstruct what the departed soul must have looked like.
    Ex. Every member of staff has a duty to be observant where safety is concerned.
    ----
    * como un observador que pasa desapercibido = fly-on-the-wall.
    * fiabilidad entre observadores = interobserver reliability.
    * observador de aves y pájaros = birder, birder, birdwatcher [bird-watcher].
    * observador industrial = industry watcher.
    * * *
    I
    - dora adjetivo observant
    II
    - dora masculino, femenino observer
    * * *
    = observer, sharp-eyed, viewer, observant.

    Ex: A number of observers and critics of professional education for library and information work has expressed concern at the failure of SLIS to respond rapidly and sensitively to such IT induced changes.

    Ex: Sharp-eyed researchers noted that twenty-three per cent of the people who came did so in order to meet someone or to use the phone.
    Ex: Informative abstracts have been compared to a skeleton with all the flesh missing -- the viewer is given enough detail to accurately reconstruct what the departed soul must have looked like.
    Ex: Every member of staff has a duty to be observant where safety is concerned.
    * como un observador que pasa desapercibido = fly-on-the-wall.
    * fiabilidad entre observadores = interobserver reliability.
    * observador de aves y pájaros = birder, birder, birdwatcher [bird-watcher].
    * observador industrial = industry watcher.

    * * *
    observant
    masculine, feminine
    observer
    Compuesto:
    observador/observadora de aves
    masculine, feminine
    birdwatcher
    * * *

    observador
    ◊ - dora sustantivo masculino, femenino

    observer
    observador,-ora
    I sustantivo masculino y femenino observer
    II adjetivo observant

    ' observador' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    observadora
    - calidad
    - título
    English:
    detached
    - observant
    - observer
    - bird
    - sit
    * * *
    observador, -ora
    adj
    observant
    nm,f
    observer
    * * *
    I adj observant;
    ser muy observador be very observant
    II m, observadora f observer
    * * *
    : observant
    : observer, watcher
    * * *
    observador adj observant

    Spanish-English dictionary > observador

  • 5 AGRICOLA

    m.
    Agricola, Gnaeus Julius Agricola.
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    1 agricultural, farming
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ agricultural, farming antes de s
    * * *
    adjetivo < técnicas> agricultural, farming (before n)
    * * *
    = AGRICOLA, agricultural, agrarian, farming.
    Ex. There are 3 comprehensive data bases with approximately the same scope in the agricultural sector: AGRICOLA, AGRIS, and CAB.
    Ex. These 'own resources' comprise agricultural and sugar levies, customs duties and a percentage of value added tax (VAT).
    Ex. This article discusses an analysis of Austrian films and their social assumptions as well as the conflict between agrarian and urban cultures in Austria and Germany, also the popular TV serial, and political and human questions.
    Ex. This paper discusses the farming techniques, transportation, and economics of the onion industry.
    ----
    * asentamiento agrícola = agricultural settlement.
    * campamento de trabajadores agrícolas = farm labour camp.
    * ciencias agrícolas = agricultural economics.
    * comercio agrícola = agribusiness.
    * Comité de las Organizaciones de Productores Agrícolas (COPA) = Committee of Agricultural Producer Organizations (COPA).
    * comunidad agrícola = farming community.
    * crédito agrícola = agricultural credit, farm credit, farm loan.
    * estación experimental agrícola = agricultural experiment station.
    * fabricante de maquinaria agrícola = farm equipment manufacturer.
    * finca agrícola = arable farm.
    * industria agrícola = agro-industry.
    * industria agrícola, la = agricultural industry, the.
    * jornalero agrícola = farm labourer, farm worker.
    * mercadillo agrícola semanal = farmers' market.
    * obrero agrícola = agricultural labourer.
    * peón agrícola = farm labourer, farm worker.
    * perito agrícola = agriculturist.
    * Política Agrícola Comunitaria (CAP) = Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
    * préstamo agrícola = farm loan, farm credit, agricultural credit.
    * producción agrícola = agricultural production.
    * productividad agrícola = agricultural productivity.
    * producto agrícola = agricultural product.
    * productos agrícolas = agricultural produce.
    * Sección de Garantía del Asesoramiento Agrícola y del Fondo de Garantía Europ = Guarantee Section of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF).
    * sector agrícola = agricultural sector.
    * trabajador agrícola = agricultural labourer, farm labourer, farm worker.
    * vehículo agrícola = farm vehicle, agricultural vehicle.
    * * *
    adjetivo < técnicas> agricultural, farming (before n)
    * * *
    = AGRICOLA, agricultural, agrarian, farming.

    Ex: There are 3 comprehensive data bases with approximately the same scope in the agricultural sector: AGRICOLA, AGRIS, and CAB.

    Ex: These 'own resources' comprise agricultural and sugar levies, customs duties and a percentage of value added tax (VAT).
    Ex: This article discusses an analysis of Austrian films and their social assumptions as well as the conflict between agrarian and urban cultures in Austria and Germany, also the popular TV serial, and political and human questions.
    Ex: This paper discusses the farming techniques, transportation, and economics of the onion industry.
    * asentamiento agrícola = agricultural settlement.
    * campamento de trabajadores agrícolas = farm labour camp.
    * ciencias agrícolas = agricultural economics.
    * comercio agrícola = agribusiness.
    * Comité de las Organizaciones de Productores Agrícolas (COPA) = Committee of Agricultural Producer Organizations (COPA).
    * comunidad agrícola = farming community.
    * crédito agrícola = agricultural credit, farm credit, farm loan.
    * estación experimental agrícola = agricultural experiment station.
    * fabricante de maquinaria agrícola = farm equipment manufacturer.
    * finca agrícola = arable farm.
    * industria agrícola = agro-industry.
    * industria agrícola, la = agricultural industry, the.
    * jornalero agrícola = farm labourer, farm worker.
    * mercadillo agrícola semanal = farmers' market.
    * obrero agrícola = agricultural labourer.
    * peón agrícola = farm labourer, farm worker.
    * perito agrícola = agriculturist.
    * Política Agrícola Comunitaria (CAP) = Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
    * préstamo agrícola = farm loan, farm credit, agricultural credit.
    * producción agrícola = agricultural production.
    * productividad agrícola = agricultural productivity.
    * producto agrícola = agricultural product.
    * productos agrícolas = agricultural produce.
    * Sección de Garantía del Asesoramiento Agrícola y del Fondo de Garantía Europ = Guarantee Section of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF).
    * sector agrícola = agricultural sector.
    * trabajador agrícola = agricultural labourer, farm labourer, farm worker.
    * vehículo agrícola = farm vehicle, agricultural vehicle.

    * * *
    ‹técnicas› agricultural, farming ( before n)
    maquinaria agrícola farm o agricultural machinery
    el mundo agrícola the farming o agricultural world, the world of farming o agriculture
    * * *

     

    agrícola adjetivo ‹ técnicas agricultural, farming ( before n)
    agrícola adjetivo agricultural
    ' agrícola' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    hacendada
    - hacendado
    - maquinaria
    - política
    - finca
    - huerta
    - plantación
    English:
    agricultural
    - farming
    - farm
    - laborer
    * * *
    [sector, política, producto] agricultural;
    región agrícola farming region
    * * *
    adj agricultural, farming atr
    * * *
    : agricultural
    * * *
    agrícola adj agricultural

    Spanish-English dictionary > AGRICOLA

  • 6 CD-ROM (Disco compacto de sólo lectura)

    Ex. CD-ROMs and videodiscs are the formats currently mentioned, but others will doubtless join them.
    ----
    * acceso por CD-ROM = CD-ROM access.
    * base de datos en CD-ROM = CD-ROM database.
    * caja del CD-ROM = caddie, caddy.
    * cajón del lector de CDROM = drive tray.
    * CD-ROM de demostración = CD sampler.
    * demo en CD-ROM = CD sampler.
    * deterioro del CDROM = CD rot.
    * disco CD-ROM = CD-ROM disc.
    * editor de CD-ROM = CD-ROM publisher.
    * en CD-ROM = CD-ROM-based.
    * formato CD-ROM = CD-ROM format.
    * funda de CD-ROM = jewel case, jewel box.
    * industria del CD-ROM = CD-ROM industry.
    * lector de CD-ROM = CD player, CD-ROM drive, CD-ROM player, optical disc drive, CD-ROM reader.
    * lector múltiple de CD-ROM = jukebox.
    * programa en CD-ROM = CD-ROM software.
    * tapa del lector de CDROM = drive door.
    * torre de CDROMs = multi-disc CD-ROM server.

    Spanish-English dictionary > CD-ROM (Disco compacto de sólo lectura)

  • 7 Cuenca del Pacífico, la

    = Pacific Basin, the
    Ex. The rate of growth of the telecommunications industry in the countries of the Pacific Basin has also been phenomenal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Cuenca del Pacífico, la

  • 8 ESPRIT (Programa Estratégico Europeo para la Investigación en Tecnología de la Información)

    = ESPRIT (European Strategic Program for Research into Information Technology).
    Ex. ESPRIT (European Strategic Program for Research into Information Technology) began in 1982 with the objective of providing the basic technologies which European industry needs to compete with the USA and Japan in the information technology field.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ESPRIT (Programa Estratégico Europeo para la Investigación en Tecnología de la Información)

  • 9 Inglaterra de la época victoriana

    Ex. The writer examines the employment of women in the gas stove industry in late Victorian England.
    * * *

    Ex: The writer examines the employment of women in the gas stove industry in late Victorian England.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Inglaterra de la época victoriana

  • 10 Inglaterra victoriana

    Ex. The writer examines the employment of women in the gas stove industry in late Victorian England.
    * * *

    Ex: The writer examines the employment of women in the gas stove industry in late Victorian England.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Inglaterra victoriana

  • 11 Mercosur

    SM ABR
    = Mercado Común del Cono Sur Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
    * * *
    masculino: economic community comprising Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
    * * *
    Nota: Asociación económica de algunos países de Sudamérica parecida a la Comunidad Europea.
    Ex. This article discusses the objectives, structure and organization of Mercosur, the Common Market of the South, which unites South American countries economically.
    * * *
    masculino: economic community comprising Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
    * * *
    Nota: Asociación económica de algunos países de Sudamérica parecida a la Comunidad Europea.

    Ex: This article discusses the objectives, structure and organization of Mercosur, the Common Market of the South, which unites South American countries economically.

    * * *
    economic community comprising Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
    * * *

    Mercosur sustantivo masculino: economic community comprising Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
    * * *
    Mercosur [merko'sur] nm (abrev de Mercado Común del Sur)
    MERCOSUR, = South American economic community consisting of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay
    MERCOSUR
    After several decades of growth in trade relations, Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay signed the Treaty of Asunción in 1991 to found MERCOSUR (“Mercado Común del Sur”, Southern Common Market). Although initially no central institutions were established, the Treaty of Ouro Preto in 1994 provided for an institutional structure, though its development is less advanced than that of the Comunidad Andina (CAN). The collapse of the Argentinian economy in 2002 dealt a severe blow to MERCOSUR, and there have been a number of bitter disputes between member countries, but as it has a combined population of over 230 million, and a GDP of over $1,000 billion, it remains one of the largest economic groups in the world. Venezuela became a full member in 2006, while Bolivia, Chile, Peru, Colombia and Ecuador all now have associate member status, while Mexico is an observer.
    * * *
    m abr (= Mercado Común del Sur) Common Market including Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay

    Spanish-English dictionary > Mercosur

  • 12 Ministerio de Comercio e Industria

    Ex. The Department of Trade and Industry has undergone many changes over the years; it has been split into two separate departments and welded together again.
    * * *

    Ex: The Department of Trade and Industry has undergone many changes over the years; it has been split into two separate departments and welded together again.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Ministerio de Comercio e Industria

  • 13 Nepal

    1 Nepal
    * * *
    * * *
    = Nepal.
    Ex. Nepal's hydroelectric plans that may wipe out its best whitewater rivers and hence its rafting industry.
    * * *

    Ex: Nepal's hydroelectric plans that may wipe out its best whitewater rivers and hence its rafting industry.

    * * *
    Nepal
    * * *
    Nepal
    * * *
    m Nepal

    Spanish-English dictionary > Nepal

  • 14 SISAC (Comité Asesor para los Sistemas Comerciales de Publicaciones Seriadas)

    Ex. Possible agencies to house the data base include CONSER (Cooperative Online Serials Program) and SISAC (Serials Industry Systems Advisory Committee).

    Spanish-English dictionary > SISAC (Comité Asesor para los Sistemas Comerciales de Publicaciones Seriadas)

  • 15 a mitad de camino entre... y...

    = astride... and...
    Ex. It occupies 15 square miles on the shore of Lake Tiemblo, and because of its location astride major rail and highway facilities it is a center of industry and shopping.
    * * *
    = astride... and...

    Ex: It occupies 15 square miles on the shore of Lake Tiemblo, and because of its location astride major rail and highway facilities it is a center of industry and shopping.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a mitad de camino entre... y...

  • 16 a montones

    adv.
    in great quantities, abundantly, in abundance, in bulk.
    * * *
    = in droves, by the sackful
    Ex. Industry sales eventually peaked in 1993, and the artificial bubble burst as disillusioned speculators left the comic book market in droves, never to return.
    Ex. Kolya transported the harvested cucumbers to the village store where the locals bought them by the sackful.
    * * *
    = in droves, by the sackful

    Ex: Industry sales eventually peaked in 1993, and the artificial bubble burst as disillusioned speculators left the comic book market in droves, never to return.

    Ex: Kolya transported the harvested cucumbers to the village store where the locals bought them by the sackful.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a montones

  • 17 a través de los años

    = over the years, down the years
    Ex. Thus, over the years it has been used to index reports, trade Literature, periodical articles and other similar documents.
    Ex. Down the years, the information industry has mapped out for itself the categories of information with which it is prepared to deal.
    * * *
    = over the years, down the years

    Ex: Thus, over the years it has been used to index reports, trade Literature, periodical articles and other similar documents.

    Ex: Down the years, the information industry has mapped out for itself the categories of information with which it is prepared to deal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a través de los años

  • 18 abominable

    adj.
    abominable.
    el abominable hombre de las nieves the abominable snowman
    * * *
    1 abominable, loathsome
    \
    el abominable hombre de las nieves the abominable snowman
    * * *
    * * *
    adjetivo abominable
    * * *
    = repulsive, unspeakable, abhorrent, detestable, loathsome.
    Ex. A new indicator, representing the asymmetry of coauthorship links, was used to reveal the main 'attractive' and ' repulsive' centres of cooperation.
    Ex. The article 'My life and hard times: a tale of unspeakable horrors' is a light hearted account of the author's experiences as a part time indexer.
    Ex. He debates what should the librarian's attitude be to materials considered personally abhorrent.
    Ex. He then made the comment that our soldiers are fighting ' detestable murderers and scumbags'.
    Ex. It is loathsome and grotesquely hypocritical that pro-lifers oppose abortion, but are unconcerned about the mistreatment of animals used in the food industry.
    * * *
    adjetivo abominable
    * * *
    = repulsive, unspeakable, abhorrent, detestable, loathsome.

    Ex: A new indicator, representing the asymmetry of coauthorship links, was used to reveal the main 'attractive' and ' repulsive' centres of cooperation.

    Ex: The article 'My life and hard times: a tale of unspeakable horrors' is a light hearted account of the author's experiences as a part time indexer.
    Ex: He debates what should the librarian's attitude be to materials considered personally abhorrent.
    Ex: He then made the comment that our soldiers are fighting ' detestable murderers and scumbags'.
    Ex: It is loathsome and grotesquely hypocritical that pro-lifers oppose abortion, but are unconcerned about the mistreatment of animals used in the food industry.

    * * *
    abominable
    el abominable hombre de las nieves the Abominable Snowman
    * * *

    abominable adjetivo
    abominable
    abominable adjetivo abominable: el abominable hombre de las nieves, the Abominable Snowman
    su concepto de las mujeres es absolutamente abominable, he has an absolutely abominable concept of women
    ' abominable' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    execrable
    - nefanda
    - nefando
    English:
    abominable
    - hideous
    * * *
    abominable;
    el abominable hombre de las nieves the abominable snowman
    * * *
    adj abominable
    * * *
    aborrecible: abominable

    Spanish-English dictionary > abominable

  • 19 abrirse camino

    v.
    1 to push through, to get somewhere, to make headway, to hack one's way through.
    Ellos se abrieron camino fácilmente They pushed through easily.
    2 to bulldoze through, to burst through.
    La maquinaria se abre camino The machines bulldoze through.
    3 to get one's way paved.
    Se nos abre camino We get our way paved.
    * * *
    to make one's way
    * * *
    (v.) = plough through, elbow + Posesivo + way into, elbow into, foist + Posesivo + way into, make + Posesivo + way in the world
    Ex. The article has the title ' Plowing through Chicago: SLJ's report on ALA's midwinter meeting '78'.
    Ex. In her view, it is high time for the plays by this versatile and prolific dramatist to begin elbowing their way into the American repertoire.
    Ex. More and more companies are already elbowing into this fledgling but potentially lucrative industry.
    Ex. Moreover, her fatness is an act of defiance; in a world in which women are taught to take up as little space as possible, Lilian learns to foist her way into the public sphere.
    Ex. He had already made his way in the world as a soloist before becoming a stage star.
    * * *
    abrirse camino (a empujones)
    (v.) = push + Posesivo + way across/into

    Ex: Now the mobile telephone has pushed its way into our everyday lives in new ways.

    (v.) = plough through, elbow + Posesivo + way into, elbow into, foist + Posesivo + way into, make + Posesivo + way in the world

    Ex: The article has the title ' Plowing through Chicago: SLJ's report on ALA's midwinter meeting '78'.

    Ex: In her view, it is high time for the plays by this versatile and prolific dramatist to begin elbowing their way into the American repertoire.
    Ex: More and more companies are already elbowing into this fledgling but potentially lucrative industry.
    Ex: Moreover, her fatness is an act of defiance; in a world in which women are taught to take up as little space as possible, Lilian learns to foist her way into the public sphere.
    Ex: He had already made his way in the world as a soloist before becoming a stage star.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abrirse camino

  • 20 abrirse paso

    v.
    1 to make way for oneself, to break through, to edge one's way, to force one's way.
    Ella se abre paso con tenacidad She makes way for herself tenaciously.
    2 to get one's way paved.
    Se nos abre paso We get our way paved.
    3 to break forth, to push forward, to break through.
    * * *
    to force one's way through
    * * *
    (v.) = jostle, break through, elbow + Posesivo + way into, elbow into
    Ex. In the case of flax the Library of Congress does not provide an enumerated division and so books on flax spinning must jostle in alphabetic order with books on other aspects of flax = En el caso del lino la Biblioteca del Congreso no proporciona una división enumerada por lo que los libros sobre el hilado del lino deben competir en la ordenación alfabética con otros libros que tratan sobre diferentes aspectos del lino.
    Ex. Is there a glass ceiling for librarians? If so, what's the best way to break through it?.
    Ex. In her view, it is high time for the plays by this versatile and prolific dramatist to begin elbowing their way into the American repertoire.
    Ex. More and more companies are already elbowing into this fledgling but potentially lucrative industry.
    * * *
    (v.) = jostle, break through, elbow + Posesivo + way into, elbow into

    Ex: In the case of flax the Library of Congress does not provide an enumerated division and so books on flax spinning must jostle in alphabetic order with books on other aspects of flax = En el caso del lino la Biblioteca del Congreso no proporciona una división enumerada por lo que los libros sobre el hilado del lino deben competir en la ordenación alfabética con otros libros que tratan sobre diferentes aspectos del lino.

    Ex: Is there a glass ceiling for librarians? If so, what's the best way to break through it?.
    Ex: In her view, it is high time for the plays by this versatile and prolific dramatist to begin elbowing their way into the American repertoire.
    Ex: More and more companies are already elbowing into this fledgling but potentially lucrative industry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abrirse paso

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