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  • 1 barrios pobres del centro de la ciudad

    (n.) = inner city
    Ex. Find references to racism in the inner cities.
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    (n.) = inner city

    Ex: Find references to racism in the inner cities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > barrios pobres del centro de la ciudad

  • 2 deteriorado

    adj.
    1 spoiled, damaged; worn; shopsoiled (géneros).
    2 impaired, damaged, deteriorated, shop-worn.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: deteriorar.
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    1→ link=deteriorar deteriorar
    1 damaged, worn
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    (f. - deteriorada)
    adj.
    2) worn
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    ADJ
    1) [edificio, mueble] dilapidated
    2) [ropa, alfombra] worn
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    - da adjetivo < mercancías> damaged; < edificio> dilapidated, run down
    * * *
    = impaired, decayed, decrepit, decaying, dilapidated, crumbling, disintegrating.
    Ex. In contrast to higher specificity, higher exhaustivity increases precision at the cost of impaired recall.
    Ex. The city was considered to be seedy ( decayed, littered, grimy, and dreary), crowded, busy, and strongly idiosyncratic (quaint, historic, colorful, and full of 'atmosphere').
    Ex. No bright new digital firm can do without at least some of the supposedly decrepit bureaucracy it so abhors in the old tweedy institutions it wants to replace.
    Ex. Following World War II, 'urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.
    Ex. China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.
    Ex. We must now look beyond crumbling books to determine the deeper significance of our stewardship obligations for the future = Debemos mirar más allá de los libros en deterioro para determinar cuál es el verdadero significado de nuestras obligaciones para el futuro.
    Ex. For all Havana's crumbling structures, its disintegrating roads and toxin-belching jalopies, it attracts over a million tourists each year.
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    * deteriorado por el humo = smoke-damaged.
    * deteriorado por el paso del tiempo = timeworn.
    * no estar deteriorado = unimpaired.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo < mercancías> damaged; < edificio> dilapidated, run down
    * * *
    = impaired, decayed, decrepit, decaying, dilapidated, crumbling, disintegrating.

    Ex: In contrast to higher specificity, higher exhaustivity increases precision at the cost of impaired recall.

    Ex: The city was considered to be seedy ( decayed, littered, grimy, and dreary), crowded, busy, and strongly idiosyncratic (quaint, historic, colorful, and full of 'atmosphere').
    Ex: No bright new digital firm can do without at least some of the supposedly decrepit bureaucracy it so abhors in the old tweedy institutions it wants to replace.
    Ex: Following World War II, 'urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.
    Ex: China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.
    Ex: We must now look beyond crumbling books to determine the deeper significance of our stewardship obligations for the future = Debemos mirar más allá de los libros en deterioro para determinar cuál es el verdadero significado de nuestras obligaciones para el futuro.
    Ex: For all Havana's crumbling structures, its disintegrating roads and toxin-belching jalopies, it attracts over a million tourists each year.
    * deteriorado por el humo = smoke-damaged.
    * deteriorado por el paso del tiempo = timeworn.
    * no estar deteriorado = unimpaired.

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    ‹mercancías› damaged; ‹edificio› dilapidated, run down
    es una mesa bonita pero está muy deteriorada it's a nice table but it's in very bad condition
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    Del verbo deteriorar: ( conjugate deteriorar)

    deteriorado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    deteriorado    
    deteriorar
    deteriorado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ‹ mercancías damaged;


    edificio dilapidated, run down;
    mueble/cuadro in bad condition
    deteriorar ( conjugate deteriorar) verbo transitivorelaciones/salud/situaciónto cause … to deteriorate
    deteriorarse verbo pronominal [relaciones/salud/situación] to deteriorate, worsen;
    [ mercancías] to get damaged
    deteriorar verbo transitivo to spoil, damage
    ' deteriorado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    gastada
    - gastado
    English:
    shop-soiled
    - decrepit
    - fail
    - shop
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    deteriorado, -a adj
    [estropeado] damaged, spoilt; [por los elementos naturales] damaged; [edificio] dilapidated;
    el género llegó muy deteriorado the goods arrived in poor condition;
    el famoso cuadro se halla muy deteriorado the famous painting is in very poor condition;
    las relaciones entre ambos países están muy deterioradas relations between the two countries have greatly deteriorated
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    adj damaged
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    deteriorado, -da adj
    : damaged, worn

    Spanish-English dictionary > deteriorado

  • 3 en deterioro

    (adj.) = deteriorating, crumbling, decaying, dilapidated, disintegrating
    Ex. This article discusses the current situation, emphasising the apparent complacency of the government in the face of incipiently deteriorating prospects for public libraries.
    Ex. We must now look beyond crumbling books to determine the deeper significance of our stewardship obligations for the future = Debemos mirar más allá de los libros en deterioro para determinar cuál es el verdadero significado de nuestras obligaciones para el futuro.
    Ex. Following World War II, 'urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.
    Ex. China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.
    Ex. For all Havana's crumbling structures, its disintegrating roads and toxin-belching jalopies, it attracts over a million tourists each year.
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    (adj.) = deteriorating, crumbling, decaying, dilapidated, disintegrating

    Ex: This article discusses the current situation, emphasising the apparent complacency of the government in the face of incipiently deteriorating prospects for public libraries.

    Ex: We must now look beyond crumbling books to determine the deeper significance of our stewardship obligations for the future = Debemos mirar más allá de los libros en deterioro para determinar cuál es el verdadero significado de nuestras obligaciones para el futuro.
    Ex: Following World War II, 'urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.
    Ex: China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.
    Ex: For all Havana's crumbling structures, its disintegrating roads and toxin-belching jalopies, it attracts over a million tourists each year.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en deterioro

  • 4 en estado de abandono

    in an abandoned state
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    (adj.) = decaying, dilapidated, dilapidated
    Ex. Following World War II, 'urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.
    Ex. China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.
    Ex. China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.
    * * *
    (adj.) = decaying, dilapidated, dilapidated

    Ex: Following World War II, 'urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.

    Ex: China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.
    Ex: China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en estado de abandono

  • 5 en estado de deterioro

    (adj.) = decaying, dilapidated
    Ex. Following World War II, 'urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.
    Ex. China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.
    * * *
    (adj.) = decaying, dilapidated

    Ex: Following World War II, 'urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.

    Ex: China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en estado de deterioro

  • 6 remodelación urbana

    Ex. Following World War II, ' urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.
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    Ex: Following World War II, ' urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > remodelación urbana

  • 7 ruinoso

    adj.
    ruinous, in ruins, tacky, shabby.
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    1 ruinous, disastrous
    2 figurado tumbledown, dilapidated
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    ADJ
    1) (Arquit) ruinous; (=destartalado) tumbledown
    2) (Econ) ruinous, disastrous
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    - sa adjetivo <edificio/vivienda> dilapidated, rundown; <economía/negocio> ruinous, disastrous
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    = ruinous, dilapidated, decayed, decaying, disintegrating, crumbling, nasty looking, shanky [shankier -comp., shankiest -sup.], ramshackle.
    Ex. Negative features are the water sprinkler fire extinguishing system, which, if activated, would be ruinous to the Library's holdings.
    Ex. China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.
    Ex. The city was considered to be seedy ( decayed, littered, grimy, and dreary), crowded, busy, and strongly idiosyncratic (quaint, historic, colorful, and full of 'atmosphere').
    Ex. Following World War II, 'urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.
    Ex. For all Havana's crumbling structures, its disintegrating roads and toxin-belching jalopies, it attracts over a million tourists each year.
    Ex. We must now look beyond crumbling books to determine the deeper significance of our stewardship obligations for the future = Debemos mirar más allá de los libros en deterioro para determinar cuál es el verdadero significado de nuestras obligaciones para el futuro.
    Ex. It's more advisable to have a cheap and skanky bike for pootling around town, the idea being that no-one would want to nick a nasty looking bike.
    Ex. It's more advisable to have a cheap and skanky bike for pootling around town, the idea being that no-one would want to nick a nasty looking bike.
    Ex. The ramshackle village clings like a limpet to the cliffs.
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    * de aspecto ruinoso = run-down.
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    - sa adjetivo <edificio/vivienda> dilapidated, rundown; <economía/negocio> ruinous, disastrous
    * * *
    = ruinous, dilapidated, decayed, decaying, disintegrating, crumbling, nasty looking, shanky [shankier -comp., shankiest -sup.], ramshackle.

    Ex: Negative features are the water sprinkler fire extinguishing system, which, if activated, would be ruinous to the Library's holdings.

    Ex: China's transport authorities plan to scrap dilapidated ships to enhance safety and improve the competitiveness of the industry.
    Ex: The city was considered to be seedy ( decayed, littered, grimy, and dreary), crowded, busy, and strongly idiosyncratic (quaint, historic, colorful, and full of 'atmosphere').
    Ex: Following World War II, 'urban renewal' referred primarily to public efforts to revitalize aging and decaying inner cities.
    Ex: For all Havana's crumbling structures, its disintegrating roads and toxin-belching jalopies, it attracts over a million tourists each year.
    Ex: We must now look beyond crumbling books to determine the deeper significance of our stewardship obligations for the future = Debemos mirar más allá de los libros en deterioro para determinar cuál es el verdadero significado de nuestras obligaciones para el futuro.
    Ex: It's more advisable to have a cheap and skanky bike for pootling around town, the idea being that no-one would want to nick a nasty looking bike.
    Ex: It's more advisable to have a cheap and skanky bike for pootling around town, the idea being that no-one would want to nick a nasty looking bike.
    Ex: The ramshackle village clings like a limpet to the cliffs.
    * de aspecto ruinoso = run-down.

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    ruinoso -sa
    1 ‹edificio/vivienda› dilapidated, rundown
    2 ‹economía/negocio› ruinous, disastrous
    los intereses resultaron ruinosos the interest was ruinous o crippling
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    ruinoso,-a adjetivo
    1 (un edificio) dilapidated, tumbledown
    2 (un negocio) ruinous, disastrous
    ' ruinoso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ruinosa
    English:
    dilapidated
    - ruinous
    - condemn
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    ruinoso, -a adj
    1. [poco rentable] ruinous;
    la situación del sector textil es ruinosa the textile industry is in a disastrous o ruinous state
    2. [edificio] ramshackle, dilapidated
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    adj in ruins;
    estado ruinoso dilapidated state
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    ruinoso, -sa adj
    1) : run-down, dilapidated
    2) : ruinous, disasterous

    Spanish-English dictionary > ruinoso

  • 8 zona deprimida del centro de la ciudad

    (n.) = inner city
    Ex. Find references to racism in the inner cities.
    * * *
    (n.) = inner city

    Ex: Find references to racism in the inner cities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > zona deprimida del centro de la ciudad

  • 9 inner

    • innate intelligence
    • inner arch curvature

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > inner

  • 10 ciudad

    f.
    ciudad del Cabo Cape Town
    ciudad catedralicia cathedral town/city
    ciudad dormitorio commuter town
    la ciudad Eterna the Eternal City
    ciudad jardín garden city
    ciudad de México Mexico City
    ciudad natal home town
    la ciudad Santa the Holy City
    ciudad satélite satellite town
    ciudad del Vaticano Vatican City
    2 complex (instalaciones).
    ciudad sanitaria hospital complex
    ciudad universitaria university campus
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    1 city, town
    fuimos a la ciudad we went into town, we went to town
    \
    ciudad dormitorio dormitory suburb, dormitory town, commuter suburb
    ciudad jardín garden city
    ciudad universitaria university campus
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    noun f.
    city, town
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    SF
    1) [de gran tamaño] city; [más pequeña] town

    la Ciudad Condalname for the city of Barcelona

    la Ciudad del Turianame for the city of Valencia

    ciudad dormitorio — dormitory town, bedroom community (EEUU)

    ciudad natal — home town, native city, native town

    ciudad perdida Méx shanty town

    2) (=instalaciones)
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    femenino town; ( de mayor tamaño) city

    centro ciudadtown o city center

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    = city, town, county borough, municipal borough, burg.
    Ex. PSS has nodes in many major cities: users pay ordinary call charges to the nearest node, plus a charge for the use of PSS.
    Ex. Rivers, erosion, towns and glaciers are all phenomena studied by geography.
    Ex. Barnsley itself, a county borough, had at the time of this survey a medium-sized bookshop which had been refitted in 1974 and was well spoken of.
    Ex. Nevertheless, two municipal boroughs, Batley and Castleford, were examples of genuine towns with no bookshops.
    Ex. Townie is in fact a derogatory reference to those who are born and raised in that type of burg or burb, and are assumed to be of inferior intellectual promise.
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    * al otro lado de la ciudad = cross-town.
    * barrio marginado de la ciudad = inner-city area.
    * barrios pobres del centro de la ciudad = inner city.
    * casco antiguo de la ciudad, el = oldest part of the city, the.
    * centro de la ciudad = central city, downtown, city centre.
    * ciudad amurallada = walled city.
    * ciudad costera = beach town, coastal city.
    * Ciudad del Cabo = Cape Town.
    * Ciudad del Pecado = Sin City.
    * Ciudad del Vaticano, la = Vatican City, the.
    * ciudad donde viven principalmente jubilados = retirement town.
    * ciudad dormitorio = dormitory.
    * ciudad en auge = boom town.
    * ciudad eterna, la = Eternal City, the.
    * ciudad famosa por el golf = golfing town.
    * ciudad fortificada = walled city, fortified town.
    * ciudad fronteriza = frontier municipality.
    * ciudad ideal = white picket fence.
    * ciudad industrial = industrial town, industrial city.
    * ciudad natal = birthplace, hometown [home town], back home.
    * ciudad portuaria = port city.
    * ciudad satélite = satellite city.
    * ciudad universitaria = university town.
    * convertirse en la ciudad de (uno) = become + the home-from-home of.
    * de fuera de la ciudad = out-of-town.
    * del otro lado de la ciudad = cross-town.
    * de otras ciudades = out-of-town.
    * de una punta de la ciudad a otra = cross-town.
    * de un extremo de la ciudad a otro = cross-town.
    * de un lado de la ciudad a otro = cross-town.
    * espectáculos de la ciudad = local attractions.
    * gas ciudad = city gas.
    * gente de la ciudad = townspeople.
    * habitante de la ciudad = city dweller, urban dweller, urban resident, urbanite.
    * hacia el centro de la ciudad = townward.
    * la ciudad que nunca duerme = the city that never sleeps.
    * plano de la ciudad = street plan, city map.
    * por toda la ciudad = citywide [city-wide].
    * puerta de la ciudad = city gate.
    * que atraviesa la ciudad = cross-town.
    * segunda vivienda en la ciudad = pied-à-terre.
    * ser la ciudad de = be home to.
    * vida de la ciudad = urban life, city life.
    * visita por la ciudad = city tour.
    * zona deprimida del centro de la ciudad = inner city.
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    femenino town; ( de mayor tamaño) city

    centro ciudadtown o city center

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    = city, town, county borough, municipal borough, burg.

    Ex: PSS has nodes in many major cities: users pay ordinary call charges to the nearest node, plus a charge for the use of PSS.

    Ex: Rivers, erosion, towns and glaciers are all phenomena studied by geography.
    Ex: Barnsley itself, a county borough, had at the time of this survey a medium-sized bookshop which had been refitted in 1974 and was well spoken of.
    Ex: Nevertheless, two municipal boroughs, Batley and Castleford, were examples of genuine towns with no bookshops.
    Ex: Townie is in fact a derogatory reference to those who are born and raised in that type of burg or burb, and are assumed to be of inferior intellectual promise.
    * al otro lado de la ciudad = cross-town.
    * barrio marginado de la ciudad = inner-city area.
    * barrios pobres del centro de la ciudad = inner city.
    * casco antiguo de la ciudad, el = oldest part of the city, the.
    * centro de la ciudad = central city, downtown, city centre.
    * ciudad amurallada = walled city.
    * ciudad costera = beach town, coastal city.
    * Ciudad del Cabo = Cape Town.
    * Ciudad del Pecado = Sin City.
    * Ciudad del Vaticano, la = Vatican City, the.
    * ciudad donde viven principalmente jubilados = retirement town.
    * ciudad dormitorio = dormitory.
    * ciudad en auge = boom town.
    * ciudad eterna, la = Eternal City, the.
    * ciudad famosa por el golf = golfing town.
    * ciudad fortificada = walled city, fortified town.
    * ciudad fronteriza = frontier municipality.
    * ciudad ideal = white picket fence.
    * ciudad industrial = industrial town, industrial city.
    * ciudad natal = birthplace, hometown [home town], back home.
    * ciudad portuaria = port city.
    * ciudad satélite = satellite city.
    * ciudad universitaria = university town.
    * convertirse en la ciudad de (uno) = become + the home-from-home of.
    * de fuera de la ciudad = out-of-town.
    * del otro lado de la ciudad = cross-town.
    * de otras ciudades = out-of-town.
    * de una punta de la ciudad a otra = cross-town.
    * de un extremo de la ciudad a otro = cross-town.
    * de un lado de la ciudad a otro = cross-town.
    * espectáculos de la ciudad = local attractions.
    * gas ciudad = city gas.
    * gente de la ciudad = townspeople.
    * habitante de la ciudad = city dweller, urban dweller, urban resident, urbanite.
    * hacia el centro de la ciudad = townward.
    * la ciudad que nunca duerme = the city that never sleeps.
    * plano de la ciudad = street plan, city map.
    * por toda la ciudad = citywide [city-wide].
    * puerta de la ciudad = city gate.
    * que atraviesa la ciudad = cross-town.
    * segunda vivienda en la ciudad = pied-à-terre.
    * ser la ciudad de = be home to.
    * vida de la ciudad = urban life, city life.
    * visita por la ciudad = city tour.
    * zona deprimida del centro de la ciudad = inner city.

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    la gran ciudad the (big) city
    ciudad natal native town/city
    [ S ] centro ciudad town o city center
    [ S ] mantenga limpia su ciudad keep your city clean
    Compuestos:
    ( AmL) coastal resort
    digital city
    bedroom community ( AmE), dormitory town ( BrE)
    city-state
    la Ciudad Eterna the Eternal City, Rome
    sister city ( AmE), twin city ( BrE)
    garden city
    la Ciudad Luz the City of Light, Paris
    ( Méx) shantytown
    ciudad periférica or de la periferia
    dormitory town, suburb
    la Ciudad Prohibida the Forbidden City
    hospital complex
    la Ciudad Santa the Holy City
    satellite town
    university campus
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    ciudad sustantivo femenino
    town;
    ( de mayor tamaño) city;
    ( on signs) centro ciudad town o city center;

    Cciudad del Vaticano/de México Vatican/Mexico City;
    ciudad dormitorio bedroom community (AmE), dormitory town (BrE);
    ciudad perdida (Méx) shantytown;
    ciudad satélite satellite town;
    ciudad universitaria university campus
    ciudad sustantivo femenino (mediana o pequeña) town
    (grande) city
    ciudad deportiva, sport center
    ciudad dormitorio, dormitory town
    ciudad universitaria, university campus
    En general, la palabra city se refiere a una ciudad grande o importante (por ejemplo, la capital de un país o de una provincia) y town se refiere a una ciudad más pequeña. Town también puede aplicarse a una zona urbana: I'm going to town, me voy a la ciudad (dicho por alguien que vive en el campo) o me voy al centro (dicho por alguien que vive en las afueras de una ciudad grande). La expresión mi ciudad se traduce por my home town.

    ' ciudad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    apego
    - apoderarse
    - cabo
    - callejera
    - callejero
    - casco
    - centro
    - cerco
    - chalet
    - costera
    - costero
    - deprimida
    - deprimido
    - envolver
    - escaparate
    - expandirse
    - gas
    - habitante
    - hermana
    - incomunicar
    - judería
    - lástima
    - liberación
    - ligar
    - llegar
    - localidad
    - mayor
    - mercader
    - muerta
    - muerto
    - natal
    - paso
    - periferia
    - petate
    - plana
    - plano
    - población
    - poblada
    - poblado
    - por
    - provincia
    - proximidad
    - puerta
    - retención
    - saco
    - satélite
    - sector
    - suburbio
    - superpoblación
    - superpoblada
    English:
    activity
    - amenities
    - area
    - authority
    - auxiliary
    - back
    - barrage
    - black out
    - bomb
    - bombed-out
    - boomtown
    - bus
    - bypass
    - campus
    - Cape Town
    - centre
    - city
    - commercialize
    - congested
    - crawl
    - density
    - district
    - downtown
    - drainage
    - drawback
    - dude ranch
    - dump
    - edge
    - establish
    - expand
    - expansion
    - extend
    - facility
    - flat
    - flatten
    - fountain
    - ghost town
    - grassy
    - grip
    - growing
    - hard-hit
    - heart
    - high-rise
    - hub
    - in
    - inner city
    - itself
    - keep
    - lay out
    - layout
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    ciudad nf
    1. [localidad] [grande] city;
    [pequeña] town;
    la emigración del campo a la ciudad migration from the countryside to the city;
    la gente de la ciudad people who live in cities, city folk
    Am ciudad balnearia [en la costa] seaside resort; [estación thermal] spa town;
    Ciudad del Cabo Cape Town;
    la Ciudad Condal Barcelona;
    ciudad dormitorio commuter town, dormitory town;
    la Ciudad Eterna the Eternal City;
    ciudad fantasma ghost town;
    Ciudad de Guatemala Guatemala City;
    ciudad jardín garden city;
    Ciudad de México Mexico City;
    ciudad natal home town;
    Méx ciudad perdida shanty town;
    la Ciudad Santa the Holy City;
    ciudad satélite satellite town o city;
    Ciudad del Vaticano Vatican City
    2. [instalaciones] complex
    ciudad deportiva sports complex;
    ciudad sanitaria hospital complex;
    ciudad universitaria university campus
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    f town; más grande city
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    ciudad nf
    1) : city, town
    2)
    ciudad universitaria : college or university campus
    3)
    ciudad perdida Mex : shantytown
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    ciudad n city [pl. cities] / town
    ¿te gusta vivir en una gran ciudad? do you like living in a big city?

    Spanish-English dictionary > ciudad

  • 11 fétido

    adj.
    fetid, evil-smelling, foul, foul-smelling.
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    1 stinking, fetid
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    (f. - fétida)
    adj.
    fetid, foul
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    ADJ fetid, foul-smelling, stinking
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    - da adjetivo fetid, foul-smelling
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    = smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid, noisome, foul [fouler -comp., foulest -sup.].
    Ex. This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex. Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex. The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.
    Ex. Well, we non-smokers also like to put our feet up and relax, too; but we have to breathe in their foul fumes = Pues bien, a nosotros los no fumadores también nos gusta poner los pies en alto y relajarnos pero tenemos que respirar su repugnante humo.
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    * bomba fétida = stink bomb.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo fetid, foul-smelling
    * * *
    = smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid, noisome, foul [fouler -comp., foulest -sup.].

    Ex: This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.

    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex: Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex: The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.
    Ex: Well, we non-smokers also like to put our feet up and relax, too; but we have to breathe in their foul fumes = Pues bien, a nosotros los no fumadores también nos gusta poner los pies en alto y relajarnos pero tenemos que respirar su repugnante humo.
    * bomba fétida = stink bomb.

    * * *
    fétido -da
    fetid, foul-smelling
    * * *

    fétido
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    fetid, foul-smelling
    fétido,-a adjetivo stinking, fetid

    ' fétido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    fétida
    - hediondo
    English:
    fetid
    - foul
    - rank
    - stinking
    * * *
    fétido, -a adj
    fetid, foul-smelling
    * * *
    adj fetid
    * * *
    fétido, -da adj
    : fetid, foul

    Spanish-English dictionary > fétido

  • 12 hediondo

    adj.
    stinking, stinky, bad-smelling, evil-smelling.
    * * *
    1 (apestoso) stinking, foul-smelling, smelly
    2 figurado (asqueroso) filthy, repulsive
    3 figurado (molesto) annoying
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=maloliente) stinking, foul-smelling
    2) (=asqueroso) repulsive
    3) (=sucio) filthy
    4) (=obsceno) obscene
    5) (=inaguantable) annoying, unbearable
    * * *
    - da adjetivo ( fétido) foul-smelling, stinking
    * * *
    = stinking, smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], rotting, reeking, putrid, noisome.
    Ex. And no matter how set everyone is to have a good time, it is difficult to do more than make the cheerful best of things if the picnic is held, for some crazy reason, on a stinking garbage dump in pouring rain.
    Ex. This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex. Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex. The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo ( fétido) foul-smelling, stinking
    * * *
    = stinking, smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], rotting, reeking, putrid, noisome.

    Ex: And no matter how set everyone is to have a good time, it is difficult to do more than make the cheerful best of things if the picnic is held, for some crazy reason, on a stinking garbage dump in pouring rain.

    Ex: This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.
    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex: Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex: The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.

    * * *
    1 (fétido) foul-smelling, stinking
    2 ( fam) (repugnante) disgusting, revolting
    * * *

    hediondo
    ◊ -da adjetivo ( fétido) foul-smelling, stinking

    hediondo,-a adjetivo foul-smelling

    ' hediondo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    hedionda
    English:
    stinking
    * * *
    hediondo, -a adj
    1. [pestilente] stinking, foul-smelling
    2. Formal [insoportable] unbearable
    * * *
    adj stinking, foul-smelling
    * * *
    hediondo, -da adj
    maloliente: foul-smelling, stinking

    Spanish-English dictionary > hediondo

  • 13 maloliente

    adj.
    1 smelly.
    2 bad-smelling, stinky, cheesy, evil-smelling.
    * * *
    1 foul-smelling, stinking
    * * *
    ADJ stinking, smelly
    * * *
    adjetivo stinking, smelly
    * * *
    = smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid, noisome.
    Ex. This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.
    Ex. Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex. He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex. Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex. The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.
    * * *
    adjetivo stinking, smelly
    * * *
    = smelly [smellier -comp., smelliest -sup.], malodourous [malodorous, -USA], reeking, putrid, noisome.

    Ex: This article looks at the question of the appropriate treatment by librarians of homeless people, sometimes smelly and mentally disturbed, in the library.

    Ex: Today's sewage nutrients, dyes and toxic or malodorous substances which can be degraded only with difficulty or very slowly.
    Ex: He is a modernist abandoning himself to romanticism and finding beauty in rotting corpses and reeking cities.
    Ex: Social conventions can influence the labeling of odors, especially those that have putrid, rancid, urinous or sweaty qualities.
    Ex: The bags may be used as an inner skin to a rubbish bin, to stop wet and noisome remains from sticking to the inside of the container.

    * * *
    stinking, smelly
    * * *

    maloliente adjetivo
    stinking, smelly
    maloliente adjetivo foul-smelling, stinking
    * * *
    smelly
    * * *
    adj stinking
    * * *
    hediondo: foul-smelling, smelly
    * * *
    maloliente adj smelly [comp. smellier; superl. smelliest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > maloliente

  • 14 intestino

    1. intes'tino m
    ANAT Darm m
    2. intes'tino m/pl 3. intes'tino adj

    luchas intestinas( en un partido político) innere Kämpfe m/pl

    ( femenino intestina) adjetivo
    ————————
    sustantivo masculino
    intestino1
    intestino1 [iDC489F9Dn̩DC489F9Dtes'tino]
    num1num anatomía Darm masculino
    num2num plural (tripas) Eingeweide plural
    ————————
    intestino2
    intestino2 , -a [iDC489F9Dn̩DC489F9Dtes'tino, -a]
    innere(r, s); luchas intestinas (en un país) Bürgerkrieg masculino, femenino; (en un partido) innerparteiliche Auseinandersetzungen

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > intestino

  • 15 Colonia3

    Ex. Founded by the Romans, Cologne is the oldest of the major German cities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Colonia3

  • 16 Ginebra2

    = Geneva.
    Ex. The headquarters of international organizations are widely distributed throughout the world with concentrations upon such cities as Geneva, New York, London, the Hague and Paris.
    ----
    * Convención de Ginebra, la = Geneva Convention, the.
    * Tratado de Ginebra, el = Geneva Convention, the.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Ginebra2

  • 17 Gran Bretaña

    f.
    Great Britain, Britain, Gt. Brit..
    * * *
    Great Britain
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino Great Britain
    * * *
    = Britain, Great Britain
    Ex. One of the first initiatives in providing a community information service in a public library in Britain took place in a deprived inner-city area.
    Ex. Suppose, for example, that the indexer decides that the terms 'Great Britain' and 'United Kingdom' are to all intents synonyms.
    * * *
    femenino Great Britain
    * * *
    = Britain, Great Britain

    Ex: One of the first initiatives in providing a community information service in a public library in Britain took place in a deprived inner-city area.

    Ex: Suppose, for example, that the indexer decides that the terms 'Great Britain' and 'United Kingdom' are to all intents synonyms.

    * * *
    Great Britain
    * * *

    Gran Bretaña sustantivo femenino
    Great Britain
    Gran Bretaña sustantivo femenino Great Britain
    ' Gran Bretaña' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conde
    English:
    Britain
    - broadsheet
    - GB
    - Great Britain
    - slopping-out
    - boxing
    - British
    - foreign
    - great
    * * *
    f Great Britain

    Spanish-English dictionary > Gran Bretaña

  • 18 Haya, La

    = Hague, the, beech.
    Ex. The headquarters of international organizations are widely distributed throughout the world with concentrations upon such cities as Geneva, New York, London, the Hague and Paris.
    Ex. Both woods have abundant beech and alder and extensive coppice woodland with abundant hazel.
    ----
    * la Convención de la Haya de 1954 = the 1954 Hague Convention.
    * * *
    = Hague, the, beech.

    Ex: The headquarters of international organizations are widely distributed throughout the world with concentrations upon such cities as Geneva, New York, London, the Hague and Paris.

    Ex: Both woods have abundant beech and alder and extensive coppice woodland with abundant hazel.
    * la Convención de la Haya de 1954 = the 1954 Hague Convention.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Haya, La

  • 19 Londres

    m.
    1 London.
    2 Outer London.
    * * *
    1 London
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino London
    * * *
    = London.
    Ex. French technology was inadequate for the further development of Robert's machine, however, and Didot, who had an English brother-in-law, brought the model to London in 1801, where he secured the backing of the brothers Henry and Sealy Fourdrinier, wholesale stationers.
    ----
    * área metropolitana de Londres, el = Greater London.
    * centro de Londres = Inner London.
    * City de Londres, la = the City.
    * condados de alrededor de Londres, los = home counties, the.
    * conurbación de Londres, la = Greater London.
    * Región Bibliotecaria de Londres y el Sudeste (LASER) = London and South Eastern Library Region (LASER).
    * * *
    masculino London
    * * *

    Ex: French technology was inadequate for the further development of Robert's machine, however, and Didot, who had an English brother-in-law, brought the model to London in 1801, where he secured the backing of the brothers Henry and Sealy Fourdrinier, wholesale stationers.

    * área metropolitana de Londres, el = Greater London.
    * centro de Londres = Inner London.
    * City de Londres, la = the City.
    * condados de alrededor de Londres, los = home counties, the.
    * conurbación de Londres, la = Greater London.
    * Región Bibliotecaria de Londres y el Sudeste (LASER) = London and South Eastern Library Region (LASER).

    * * *
    London
    * * *

    Londres sustantivo masculino
    London
    Londres sustantivo femenino London
    ' Londres' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ir
    - tirarse
    - andar
    - distancia
    - domicilio
    - estar
    - propiamente
    - telefonear
    English:
    central
    - city
    - Cockney
    - connected
    - flat
    - go
    - have
    - leave behind
    - LIBOR
    - lie
    - London
    - previous
    - pros and cons
    - put in
    - should
    - some
    - west
    - Downing Street
    - east
    - ever
    - home
    - not
    - other
    - outside
    - since
    - when
    * * *
    London
    * * *
    m London

    Spanish-English dictionary > Londres

  • 20 Mauritania

    1 Mauritania
    * * *
    * * *
    = Mauritius, Mauritania.
    Ex. Their assignments lasted from four months to one year in such diverse posts as Chile, Finland, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Malaysia, Mauritius, and Turkey.
    Ex. The once prosperous ancient cities on the caravan routes in Mauritania have been subjected to desertification and abandonment.
    * * *
    = Mauritius, Mauritania.

    Ex: Their assignments lasted from four months to one year in such diverse posts as Chile, Finland, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Malaysia, Mauritius, and Turkey.

    Ex: The once prosperous ancient cities on the caravan routes in Mauritania have been subjected to desertification and abandonment.

    * * *
    Mauritania
    * * *
    f Mauritania

    Spanish-English dictionary > Mauritania

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