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  • 941 aprovechar mejor el dinero

    (v.) = get + more for + Posesivo + money
    Ex. The article 'Cutting costs: pruning the tree, logging the forest' presents general strategies that reduce search expenses or enables users to get more for their money.
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    (v.) = get + more for + Posesivo + money

    Ex: The article 'Cutting costs: pruning the tree, logging the forest' presents general strategies that reduce search expenses or enables users to get more for their money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprovechar mejor el dinero

  • 942 apurado de dinero

    = strapped, cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money
    Ex. This open source book is a welcome relief for strapped college students who are paying $100 and more for textbooks.
    Ex. As a result, the society's publishing programme went from cash strapped to thriving, even while making the periodical free online.
    Ex. Many of our group are financially strapped, and that presents a problem but I'm game.
    Ex. This brings me to the third factoid, the most important of the three: most Americans are more aware of being short of time than short of money.
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    = strapped, cash strapped, financially strapped, short of money

    Ex: This open source book is a welcome relief for strapped college students who are paying $100 and more for textbooks.

    Ex: As a result, the society's publishing programme went from cash strapped to thriving, even while making the periodical free online.
    Ex: Many of our group are financially strapped, and that presents a problem but I'm game.
    Ex: This brings me to the third factoid, the most important of the three: most Americans are more aware of being short of time than short of money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > apurado de dinero

  • 943 asignación de dinero público

    (n.) = tax support
    Ex. The public library competes with other agencies for each dollar of tax support.
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    Ex: The public library competes with other agencies for each dollar of tax support.

    Spanish-English dictionary > asignación de dinero público

  • 944 asignar dinero

    (v.) = commit + fund
    Ex. Because of mixed results, a study was undertaken to learn how other libraries utilise in-house processes, what alternative methods of in-house binding they use and how they commit their funds for commercial binding.
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    (v.) = commit + fund

    Ex: Because of mixed results, a study was undertaken to learn how other libraries utilise in-house processes, what alternative methods of in-house binding they use and how they commit their funds for commercial binding.

    Spanish-English dictionary > asignar dinero

  • 945 blanquear dinero

    v.
    to launder money, to legitimate money.
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    (v.) = launder + money
    Ex. He was convicted of laundering money but it turns out that his informant was unreliable and the case is taken to an appeals court.
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    (v.) = launder + money

    Ex: He was convicted of laundering money but it turns out that his informant was unreliable and the case is taken to an appeals court.

    Spanish-English dictionary > blanquear dinero

  • 946 blanquear dinero sucio

    (v.) = launder + dirty money
    Ex. The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.
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    (v.) = launder + dirty money

    Ex: The most interesting result of this analysis is that usurious rate can be cheaper than legal rate, because the aim of the usury can be to launder dirty money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > blanquear dinero sucio

  • 947 bomba de relojería + empezar la cuenta atrás

    (n.) = time bomb + tick away
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The year 2000: the computer time bomb is ' ticking away'.
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    (n.) = time bomb + tick away

    Ex: The article is entitled 'The year 2000: the computer time bomb is ' ticking away'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bomba de relojería + empezar la cuenta atrás

  • 948 borrón y cuenta nueva

    (n.) = a fresh start, clean slate, new leaf
    Ex. Where it is necessary or desirable for a fresh start they can advise on the best way forward.
    Ex. A group of university and government researchers has proposed a ' clean slate' approach to solving the Internet's myriad security problems.
    Ex. This submersion into the Hindustani tradition was a new leaf for them.
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    (n.) = a fresh start, clean slate, new leaf

    Ex: Where it is necessary or desirable for a fresh start they can advise on the best way forward.

    Ex: A group of university and government researchers has proposed a ' clean slate' approach to solving the Internet's myriad security problems.
    Ex: This submersion into the Hindustani tradition was a new leaf for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > borrón y cuenta nueva

  • 949 buen tocho de dinero

    Ex. When he wan't looking she took his wallet and left after a good fuck with a hefty sum of money and some credit cards.
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    Ex: When he wan't looking she took his wallet and left after a good fuck with a hefty sum of money and some credit cards.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buen tocho de dinero

  • 950 buena suma de dinero

    Ex. When he wan't looking she took his wallet and left after a good fuck with a hefty sum of money and some credit cards.
    * * *

    Ex: When he wan't looking she took his wallet and left after a good fuck with a hefty sum of money and some credit cards.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buena suma de dinero

  • 951 cable con corriente

    (n.) = live wire
    Ex. They have launched a campaign to encourage people to report cases of unattended live wires in the city.
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    (n.) = live wire

    Ex: They have launched a campaign to encourage people to report cases of unattended live wires in the city.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cable con corriente

  • 952 cada cual por su cuenta

    Ex. If more and more of us begin to see life purely as ' every man for himself,' what other unintended consequences may come with such a shift.
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    Ex: If more and more of us begin to see life purely as ' every man for himself,' what other unintended consequences may come with such a shift.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cada cual por su cuenta

  • 953 calcular la cuenta

    (v.) = tot up, tote up
    Ex. Babies cry for an average of five hours a day for the first three months and tot up 51 days in their first year, according to survey.
    Ex. When you tote up the carbon emissions caused by clearing land to grow corn, fertilizing it and transporting it, corn ethanol leaves twice the carbon footprint as gasoline.
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    (v.) = tot up, tote up

    Ex: Babies cry for an average of five hours a day for the first three months and tot up 51 days in their first year, according to survey.

    Ex: When you tote up the carbon emissions caused by clearing land to grow corn, fertilizing it and transporting it, corn ethanol leaves twice the carbon footprint as gasoline.

    Spanish-English dictionary > calcular la cuenta

  • 954 casarse con alguien de dinero

    (v.) = marry into + money, marry + a fortune, marry + money
    Ex. But in reality, those invited either want to mingle with 'the cream of society' or make sure their children marry into money.
    Ex. She was in trouble and wanted to marry a fortune and save the whole family -- as sly as a fox.
    Ex. The premise of the show is that gold diggers would do anything to marry money.
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    (v.) = marry into + money, marry + a fortune, marry + money

    Ex: But in reality, those invited either want to mingle with 'the cream of society' or make sure their children marry into money.

    Ex: She was in trouble and wanted to marry a fortune and save the whole family -- as sly as a fox.
    Ex: The premise of the show is that gold diggers would do anything to marry money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > casarse con alguien de dinero

  • 955 casarse por dinero

    (v.) = marry + money
    Ex. The premise of the show is that gold diggers would do anything to marry money.
    * * *
    (v.) = marry + money

    Ex: The premise of the show is that gold diggers would do anything to marry money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > casarse por dinero

  • 956 catalogación corriente

    Ex. By 1980 we hoped to have all current cataloging in machine-readable form.
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    Ex: By 1980 we hoped to have all current cataloging in machine-readable form.

    Spanish-English dictionary > catalogación corriente

  • 957 cobro de dinero

    Ex. A debatable source of outside funding is the collection of fees for services rendered.
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    Ex: A debatable source of outside funding is the collection of fees for services rendered.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cobro de dinero

  • 958 comprometer dinero

    (v.) = commit + money, lien + funds
    Ex. Sometimes, for example, by not immediately liening funds for an expensive reference work that is just announced, one may benefit from reviews or an opportunity to examine the work before committing the money.
    Ex. Sometimes, for example, by not immediately liening funds for an expensive reference work that is just announced, one may benefit from reviews or an opportunity to examine the work before committing the money.
    * * *
    (v.) = commit + money, lien + funds

    Ex: Sometimes, for example, by not immediately liening funds for an expensive reference work that is just announced, one may benefit from reviews or an opportunity to examine the work before committing the money.

    Ex: Sometimes, for example, by not immediately liening funds for an expensive reference work that is just announced, one may benefit from reviews or an opportunity to examine the work before committing the money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comprometer dinero

  • 959 común y corriente

    (adj.) = unremarkable
    Ex. This dish, billed as the house specialty, was just an unremarkable griddled steak topped with some green bell peppers and green onions.
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    (adj.) = unremarkable

    Ex: This dish, billed as the house specialty, was just an unremarkable griddled steak topped with some green bell peppers and green onions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > común y corriente

  • 960 con poco dinero

    Ex. The author provides a selected list of Internet sites covering various aspects of travel and tourism such as accommodation, restaurants, entertainment, travelling abroad, and touring on the cheap.
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    Ex: The author provides a selected list of Internet sites covering various aspects of travel and tourism such as accommodation, restaurants, entertainment, travelling abroad, and touring on the cheap.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con poco dinero

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