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  • 961 conseguir el dinero

    (v.) = come up with + the money
    Ex. The sale fell through recently, after the buyer was unable to come up with the money.
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    (v.) = come up with + the money

    Ex: The sale fell through recently, after the buyer was unable to come up with the money.

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  • 962 contar dinero

    (v.) = count + money
    Ex. The process of counting the money, reconciling the receipts and balancing the cash drawer creates an accountability of the day's transactions.
    * * *
    (v.) = count + money

    Ex: The process of counting the money, reconciling the receipts and balancing the cash drawer creates an accountability of the day's transactions.

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  • 963 conversión en dinero

    (n.) = monetisation [monetization, -USA]
    Ex. While the monetisation of food aid generates money for NGOs to pursue other aid activities, it also reduces prices for local producers and traders in poor countries, effectively rigging the market against them.
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    (n.) = monetisation [monetization, -USA]

    Ex: While the monetisation of food aid generates money for NGOs to pursue other aid activities, it also reduces prices for local producers and traders in poor countries, effectively rigging the market against them.

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  • 964 convertido a dinero

    (adj.) = monetised [monetized, -pl.]
    Ex. Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.
    * * *
    (adj.) = monetised [monetized, -pl.]

    Ex: Although the cost of lead paint abatement is measured in billions of dollars, the monetized benefits of such a Herculean task have been shown to far outweigh the costs.

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  • 965 convertir en dinero

    (v.) = monetise [monetize, -USA]
    Ex. This is a means to monetize stranded natural gas resources around the world.
    * * *
    (v.) = monetise [monetize, -USA]

    Ex: This is a means to monetize stranded natural gas resources around the world.

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  • 966 correr de la cuenta de Alguien

    (v.) = be on + Pronombre
    Ex. And picking up the check he said 'Lunch is on me today, Florence -- no arguments!'.
    * * *
    (v.) = be on + Pronombre

    Ex: And picking up the check he said 'Lunch is on me today, Florence -- no arguments!'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > correr de la cuenta de Alguien

  • 967 corriente + arrastrar

    (v.) = wash up
    Ex. Wreckage from the space station Mir that plunged into the Pacific Ocean this week could wash up on Pacific islands, experts believe.
    * * *
    (v.) = wash up

    Ex: Wreckage from the space station Mir that plunged into the Pacific Ocean this week could wash up on Pacific islands, experts believe.

    Spanish-English dictionary > corriente + arrastrar

  • 968 corriente de agua

    (n.) = water body [waterbody]
    Ex. These two documents cover all categories of water bodies including springs and lakes, marine coastal areas, and groundwater.
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    (n.) = water body [waterbody]

    Ex: These two documents cover all categories of water bodies including springs and lakes, marine coastal areas, and groundwater.

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  • 969 corriente de aire

    (n.) = air current, draught [draft, -USA]
    Ex. The decapitated ants, on the contrary, were insensitive to the air current.
    Ex. Perhaps the sociological light was extinguished by the political draught of the time.
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    (n.) = air current, draught [draft, -USA]

    Ex: The decapitated ants, on the contrary, were insensitive to the air current.

    Ex: Perhaps the sociological light was extinguished by the political draught of the time.

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  • 970 corriente de chorro, la

    (n.) = jet stream, the
    Ex. The jet stream, one of the most dramatic forces of nature, was discovered during World War II when aviators first tried to cross the Pacific.

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  • 971 corriente de pensamiento

    (n.) = trend of thought, stream of consciousness
    Ex. The question of ideological thought (in the sense of a veiled interest-determined trend of thought) is again rearing its head in present times.
    Ex. This is an instance of the effort to integrate the history of the Holocaust into the general stream of historical consciousness.
    * * *
    (n.) = trend of thought, stream of consciousness

    Ex: The question of ideological thought (in the sense of a veiled interest-determined trend of thought) is again rearing its head in present times.

    Ex: This is an instance of the effort to integrate the history of the Holocaust into the general stream of historical consciousness.

    Spanish-English dictionary > corriente de pensamiento

  • 972 corriente dominante

    (n.) = mainstream
    Ex. It was therefore seen as a role to be undertaken by all librarians and not some kind of special services tacked on and separate from the mainstream of library activities.
    * * *
    (n.) = mainstream

    Ex: It was therefore seen as a role to be undertaken by all librarians and not some kind of special services tacked on and separate from the mainstream of library activities.

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  • 973 corriente eléctrica

    f.
    electric current, amperage.
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    (n.) = electrical current, electric current, electrical power
    Ex. As the pointer moves, its potential is varied in accordance with a varying electrical current received over wires from a distant station.
    Ex. At the heart of every computer is a large number of electronic circuits that manipulate electric currents and voltages.
    Ex. The various faults of electrical power, such as spikes, sags, outages, noise, frequency variations, and static electricity, are defined and described.
    * * *
    (n.) = electrical current, electric current, electrical power

    Ex: As the pointer moves, its potential is varied in accordance with a varying electrical current received over wires from a distant station.

    Ex: At the heart of every computer is a large number of electronic circuits that manipulate electric currents and voltages.
    Ex: The various faults of electrical power, such as spikes, sags, outages, noise, frequency variations, and static electricity, are defined and described.

    Spanish-English dictionary > corriente eléctrica

  • 974 corriente en chorro, la

    (n.) = jet stream, the
    Ex. The jet stream, one of the most dramatic forces of nature, was discovered during World War II when aviators first tried to cross the Pacific.

    Spanish-English dictionary > corriente en chorro, la

  • 975 corriente oceánica

    Ex. Wind-driven ocean currents behave in ways that, at first appearance do not make sense.
    * * *

    Ex: Wind-driven ocean currents behave in ways that, at first appearance do not make sense.

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  • 976 corriente principal

    f.
    mainstream.
    * * *
    (n.) = mainstream
    Ex. It was therefore seen as a role to be undertaken by all librarians and not some kind of special services tacked on and separate from the mainstream of library activities.
    * * *
    (n.) = mainstream

    Ex: It was therefore seen as a role to be undertaken by all librarians and not some kind of special services tacked on and separate from the mainstream of library activities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > corriente principal

  • 977 corriente sanguínea, la

    (n.) = bloodstream, the
    Ex. The longer a fart is held in, the larger the proportion of inert nitrogen it contains, because the other gases tend to be absorbed into the bloodstream through the walls of the intestine.

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  • 978 corriente, lo

    Ex. Although of variable quality, these were all a cut above the normal run of superhero comics.
    * * *

    Ex: Although of variable quality, these were all a cut above the normal run of superhero comics.

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  • 979 corte de corriente

    (n.) = power cut, power failure
    Ex. There always exist the possibility of breakdown of machine or failure due to power cut.
    Ex. Mechanical breakdown or power failure may affect the smooth running of the system but they do not constitute disaster.
    * * *
    (n.) = power cut, power failure

    Ex: There always exist the possibility of breakdown of machine or failure due to power cut.

    Ex: Mechanical breakdown or power failure may affect the smooth running of the system but they do not constitute disaster.

    Spanish-English dictionary > corte de corriente

  • 980 corte de la corriente eléctrica

    (n.) = power failure, power cut
    Ex. Mechanical breakdown or power failure may affect the smooth running of the system but they do not constitute disaster.
    Ex. There always exist the possibility of breakdown of machine or failure due to power cut.
    * * *
    (n.) = power failure, power cut

    Ex: Mechanical breakdown or power failure may affect the smooth running of the system but they do not constitute disaster.

    Ex: There always exist the possibility of breakdown of machine or failure due to power cut.

    Spanish-English dictionary > corte de la corriente eléctrica

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