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insights into

  • 1 Quinta Enmienda

    f.
    Fifth Amendment.
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    Ex. The analysis provides insights into Fifth Amendment issues because it involves a temporary invasion of a property owner's rights.
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    Ex: The analysis provides insights into Fifth Amendment issues because it involves a temporary invasion of a property owner's rights.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Quinta Enmienda

  • 2 acto delictivo

    m.
    criminal offense, offense.
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    (n.) = delinquent act, criminal act
    Ex. The study suggests some preventative measures which include a simple publicity campaign to educate students on the danger posed to library services by such delinquent acts.
    Ex. Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.
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    (n.) = delinquent act, criminal act

    Ex: The study suggests some preventative measures which include a simple publicity campaign to educate students on the danger posed to library services by such delinquent acts.

    Ex: Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acto delictivo

  • 3 análisis multidimensional de clases

    Ex. The findings, in the form of inclusion maps (resulting from multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis), provide new insights into geophysics national activity.
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    Ex: The findings, in the form of inclusion maps (resulting from multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis), provide new insights into geophysics national activity.

    Spanish-English dictionary > análisis multidimensional de clases

  • 4 análisis multidimensional escalar

    Ex. The findings, in the form of inclusion maps (resulting from multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis), provide new insights into geophysics national activity.
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    Ex: The findings, in the form of inclusion maps (resulting from multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis), provide new insights into geophysics national activity.

    Spanish-English dictionary > análisis multidimensional escalar

  • 5 atentamente

    adv.
    1 attentively.
    mire atentamente watch carefully
    2 Yours (sincerely/faithfully).
    3 heedfully.
    intj.
    best regards, very truly yours, yours truly, cordially yours.
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    1 attentively, carefully
    2 (amablemente) politely; (en carta) sincerely, faithfully
    'Le saluda atentamente' "Yours sincerely", "Yours faithfully"
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    adv.
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    ADV
    1) (=con atención) [escuchar, observar] attentively; [leer] carefully
    2) (=cortésmente)

    le saluda atentamente[en cartas formales] yours faithfully, yours sincerely, sincerely yours (EEUU)

    ATENTAMENTE Para traducir atentamente o le saluda atentamente al inglés británico hay que tener en cuenta la diferencia de uso entre Yours sincerely y Yours faithfully: Se traduce por Yours sincerely cuando hemos empezado la carta con Dear Mr/ Mrs Brown, es decir, conocemos al destinatario y le queremos dar un tratamiento más cordial. Se traduce por Yours faithfully cuando no conocemos al destinatario de la carta y hemos empezado escribiendo Dear Sir, Dear Sirs o Dear Sir or Madam. En inglés americano se usa Sincerely yours en ambos casos. Para otros usos y ejemplos ver la entrada
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    a) <escuchar/mirar> attentively, carefully
    b) ( amablemente) thoughtfully, kindly

    lo saluda atentamente — (Corresp) sincerely (AmE), yours faithfully/sincerely (BrE)

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    = closely, thoughtfully, attentively.
    Ex. Watch closely as the tag number is entered.
    Ex. Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.
    Ex. The author encourages the reference librarian to listen attentively to children's questions, to be familiar with local school curricula and with currently popular television programmes, films and electronic games.
    ----
    * observar atentamente y durante cierto tiempo = maintain + vigil.
    * vigilar atentamente = keep + a watchful eye.
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    a) <escuchar/mirar> attentively, carefully
    b) ( amablemente) thoughtfully, kindly

    lo saluda atentamente — (Corresp) sincerely (AmE), yours faithfully/sincerely (BrE)

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    = closely, thoughtfully, attentively.

    Ex: Watch closely as the tag number is entered.

    Ex: Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.
    Ex: The author encourages the reference librarian to listen attentively to children's questions, to be familiar with local school curricula and with currently popular television programmes, films and electronic games.
    * observar atentamente y durante cierto tiempo = maintain + vigil.
    * vigilar atentamente = keep + a watchful eye.

    * * *
    1 ‹escuchar/mirar› attentively, carefully
    2 (amablemente) thoughtfully, kindly
    lo saluda atentamente ( Corresp) sincerely yours ( AmE), sincerely ( AmE), yours faithfully/sincerely ( BrE)
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    Multiple Entries:
    atentamente    
    atte.
    atentamente adverbio
    a)escuchar/mirar attentively, carefully


    lo saluda atentamente (Corresp) sincerely (AmE), yours faithfully/sincerely (BrE)

    atte. (Corresp) (
    atentamente): lo saluda atentamente sincerely yours (AmE), yours sincerely/faithfully (BrE)

    atentamente adv (en carta) yours sincerely o faithfully

    ' atentamente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    fijamente
    - mirar
    - saludar
    - atte.
    - particular
    English:
    faithfully
    - intently
    - sincerely
    - truly
    - yours
    - chart
    - hard
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    1. [con atención, cortesía] attentively;
    mire atentamente watch carefully
    2. [en cartas]
    (se despide) atentamente [si se desconoce el nombre del destinatario] yours faithfully;
    [si se conoce el nombre del destinatario] Yours sincerely
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    adv
    1 attentively
    2 en carta sincerely, Yours truly, Br
    Yours sincerely
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    1) : attentively, carefully
    2) (used in correspondence) : sincerely, sincerely yours
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    atentamente adv (en cartas) Yours sincerely / Yours faithfully

    Spanish-English dictionary > atentamente

  • 6 ayudar a comprender mejor

    (v.) = offer + insights, improve + understanding, give + an insight into, glean + insights, provide + insight into, lend + understanding to
    Ex. A study of the ethical aspects of information systems can offer insights and methods to understand the problems which leaders in the information professions face. = Un estudio de los aspectos éticos de los sistemas de información puede ayudar a comprender mejor y proporcionarnos métodos para entender los problemas a los que se enfrentan los líderes de las profesiones de bibliotecario y de documentalista.
    Ex. This approach represents a conceptual advance that improves understanding of the complexities of the working world of information professionals.
    Ex. His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex. Their daily experiences provide grist for the writer's mill, from which insights concerning management processes may be gleaned.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. The text contains both black-and-white and color illustrations, which lend understanding to the topics being discussed.
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    (v.) = offer + insights, improve + understanding, give + an insight into, glean + insights, provide + insight into, lend + understanding to

    Ex: A study of the ethical aspects of information systems can offer insights and methods to understand the problems which leaders in the information professions face. = Un estudio de los aspectos éticos de los sistemas de información puede ayudar a comprender mejor y proporcionarnos métodos para entender los problemas a los que se enfrentan los líderes de las profesiones de bibliotecario y de documentalista.

    Ex: This approach represents a conceptual advance that improves understanding of the complexities of the working world of information professionals.
    Ex: His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex: Their daily experiences provide grist for the writer's mill, from which insights concerning management processes may be gleaned.
    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: The text contains both black-and-white and color illustrations, which lend understanding to the topics being discussed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ayudar a comprender mejor

  • 7 concienzudamente

    adv.
    conscientiously, painstakingly, thoroughly.
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    1 conscientiously
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    adverbio <trabajar/estudiar> conscientiously; < repasar> thoroughly
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    = thoughtfully, conscientiously.
    Ex. Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.
    Ex. Those who conscientiously attempt to keep abreast of current thought might well shy away from an examination calculated to show how much of the previous month's efforts could be produced on call.
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    adverbio <trabajar/estudiar> conscientiously; < repasar> thoroughly
    * * *
    = thoughtfully, conscientiously.

    Ex: Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.

    Ex: Those who conscientiously attempt to keep abreast of current thought might well shy away from an examination calculated to show how much of the previous month's efforts could be produced on call.

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    ‹trabajar/estudiar› conscientiously; ‹repasar› thoroughly, painstakingly
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    concienzudamente adv thoroughly

    Spanish-English dictionary > concienzudamente

  • 8 cuidadosamente

    adv.
    carefully, attentively, heedfully, mindfully, cautiously, providently.
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    1 carefully
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    = carefully, thoughtfully, gently, elaborately.
    Ex. In many classes (main classes) the facets are carefully identified and kept separate.
    Ex. Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.
    Ex. Some authors of papers lament the lack of a philosophy and gently chide librarians for the 'simplicity of their pragmatism'.
    Ex. Processes should be included in abstracts only when they are discussed elaborately.
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    * cuidadosamente seleccionado = carefully chosen.
    * escoger cuidadosamente = handpick.
    * escogido cuidadosamente = hand-picked.
    * mirar cuidadosamente = comb trough.
    * programado cuidadosamente = carefully-sequenced.
    * secuenciado cuidadosamente = carefully-sequenced.
    * seleccionado cuidadosamente = hand-picked.
    * seleccionar cuidadosamente = handpick.
    * * *
    = carefully, thoughtfully, gently, elaborately.

    Ex: In many classes (main classes) the facets are carefully identified and kept separate.

    Ex: Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.
    Ex: Some authors of papers lament the lack of a philosophy and gently chide librarians for the 'simplicity of their pragmatism'.
    Ex: Processes should be included in abstracts only when they are discussed elaborately.
    * cuidadosamente seleccionado = carefully chosen.
    * escoger cuidadosamente = handpick.
    * escogido cuidadosamente = hand-picked.
    * mirar cuidadosamente = comb trough.
    * programado cuidadosamente = carefully-sequenced.
    * secuenciado cuidadosamente = carefully-sequenced.
    * seleccionado cuidadosamente = hand-picked.
    * seleccionar cuidadosamente = handpick.

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    carefully
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    carefully
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    cuidadosamente adv neatly

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuidadosamente

  • 9 dar una idea de

    (v.) = give + a feel for, give + indication, provide + a glimpse of, give + a flavour of, be indicative of, provide + insight into, give + a picture, give + an insight into, give + an inkling of
    Ex. I have I hope given you a feel for the current thinking on university library building in the UK.
    Ex. The article 'Cross age tutoring works wonders' describes the development of that project, the basic tutoring session and gives an indication of the project's success.
    Ex. Close attention to the role of the computer specialist provides a glimpse of the world behind the reference desk.
    Ex. The physical representation of data on disks is a complicated subject and the foregoing discussion gives but a flavour of the various techniques.
    Ex. His definitive article, 'Backlog to Frontlog,' Library Journal (September 15, 1969), was indicative of his creative and simple, yet effective and economical solutions to traditional library problems.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. The 1981 census data was used as a rough guide to give a picture of the area and to compile graphs from these statistics.
    Ex. His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex. This collection of essays gives some inkling of where the early 1990s have left Bach study.
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    (v.) = give + a feel for, give + indication, provide + a glimpse of, give + a flavour of, be indicative of, provide + insight into, give + a picture, give + an insight into, give + an inkling of

    Ex: I have I hope given you a feel for the current thinking on university library building in the UK.

    Ex: The article 'Cross age tutoring works wonders' describes the development of that project, the basic tutoring session and gives an indication of the project's success.
    Ex: Close attention to the role of the computer specialist provides a glimpse of the world behind the reference desk.
    Ex: The physical representation of data on disks is a complicated subject and the foregoing discussion gives but a flavour of the various techniques.
    Ex: His definitive article, 'Backlog to Frontlog,' Library Journal (September 15, 1969), was indicative of his creative and simple, yet effective and economical solutions to traditional library problems.
    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: The 1981 census data was used as a rough guide to give a picture of the area and to compile graphs from these statistics.
    Ex: His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex: This collection of essays gives some inkling of where the early 1990s have left Bach study.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar una idea de

  • 10 delito

    m.
    crime, offense.
    cometer un delito to commit a crime o an offense
    no es ningún delito criticar al profesor it's no crime to criticize the teacher
    delito ecológico ecological crime
    delito fiscal tax offense
    delito informático computer crime
    delito de sangre violent crime
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    1 offence (US offense), crime
    \
    ser cogido,-a en flagrante delito to be caught red-handed
    el cuerpo del delito the corpus delicti
    delito común common offence
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    noun m.
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    SM
    1) (Jur) (=acción criminal) crime; (=infracción) offence, offense (EEUU)
    2) (=fechoría) (lit) felony; (fig) misdeed
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    masculino crime, offense*
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    = crime, criminal act, offense [offence, -UK], misdeed, criminal offence, tort.
    Ex. Some headings are vague and without scope notes to define them: ROBBERS AND OUTLAWS; crime AND CRIMINALS; ROGUES AND VAGABONDS.
    Ex. Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.
    Ex. The author categorizes an impeachable offense as one that threatens the safety of the country, either as treason or bribery.
    Ex. By preserving and ensuring access to the sordid history told in the tales of the tobacco industry documents, there is hope that as a nation we will not allow a repeat of the mistakes and misdeeds of the past.
    Ex. Works on alcoholic intoxication as a criminal offense are entered under the heading Drunkenness.
    Ex. Librarians have traditionally been concerned with giving rather than selling information and information supplied negligently is dealt with by the law of torts: civil wrongs independent of contract.
    ----
    * acusaciones de delito criminal = criminal charges.
    * autor de un delito = perpetrator.
    * brigada de delitos económicos = fraud squad.
    * brigada de delitos monetarios = fraud squad.
    * cometer un delito = commit + crime, carry out + a crime.
    * delito cibernético = cybercrime.
    * delito contra la propiedad = property crime.
    * delito criminal = digital crime.
    * delito de drogas = drug offense.
    * delito de menor grado = misdemeanour [misdimeanor, -USA].
    * delito grave = felony, serious offence.
    * delito informático = computer crime.
    * delito menor = misdemeanour [misdimeanor, -USA], petty offense, petty crime, minor offence.
    * delito penal = criminal offence.
    * delito relacionado con las drogas = drug offense.
    * delito sexual = sex crime.
    * objeto de delito contra el estado = impeachable.
    * ser acusado de delito criminal = face + criminal charge.
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    masculino crime, offense*
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    = crime, criminal act, offense [offence, -UK], misdeed, criminal offence, tort.

    Ex: Some headings are vague and without scope notes to define them: ROBBERS AND OUTLAWS; crime AND CRIMINALS; ROGUES AND VAGABONDS.

    Ex: Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.
    Ex: The author categorizes an impeachable offense as one that threatens the safety of the country, either as treason or bribery.
    Ex: By preserving and ensuring access to the sordid history told in the tales of the tobacco industry documents, there is hope that as a nation we will not allow a repeat of the mistakes and misdeeds of the past.
    Ex: Works on alcoholic intoxication as a criminal offense are entered under the heading Drunkenness.
    Ex: Librarians have traditionally been concerned with giving rather than selling information and information supplied negligently is dealt with by the law of torts: civil wrongs independent of contract.
    * acusaciones de delito criminal = criminal charges.
    * autor de un delito = perpetrator.
    * brigada de delitos económicos = fraud squad.
    * brigada de delitos monetarios = fraud squad.
    * cometer un delito = commit + crime, carry out + a crime.
    * delito cibernético = cybercrime.
    * delito contra la propiedad = property crime.
    * delito criminal = digital crime.
    * delito de drogas = drug offense.
    * delito de menor grado = misdemeanour [misdimeanor, -USA].
    * delito grave = felony, serious offence.
    * delito informático = computer crime.
    * delito menor = misdemeanour [misdimeanor, -USA], petty offense, petty crime, minor offence.
    * delito penal = criminal offence.
    * delito relacionado con las drogas = drug offense.
    * delito sexual = sex crime.
    * objeto de delito contra el estado = impeachable.
    * ser acusado de delito criminal = face + criminal charge.

    * * *
    crime, offense*
    los delitos contra la propiedad crimes o offenses against property
    cometer un delito to commit a crime o an offense
    evadir impuestos constituye delito tax evasion is a criminal offense
    ha incurrido en delito you have committed a crime
    lo dices como si eso fuera un delito you say it as if that were a crime
    Compuestos:
    environmental crime
    common crime, non-political crime
    white-collar crime
    ( Der) (serious) bodily harm
    acusar a algn de delito de lesiones to accuse sb of causing serious serious bodily harm
    violent crime
    white-collar crime
    tax offense*
    computer crime
    currency offense*
    political offense* o crime
    sex offense* o crime
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    delito sustantivo masculino
    crime, offense( conjugate offense);

    delito informático computer crime
    delito sustantivo masculino
    1 crime, offence, US offense
    cuerpo del delito, corpus delicti
    delito de sangre, violent crime
    2 fig (barbaridad) outrage: es un delito desperdiciar tanta comida, it's a crime to waste so much food

    ' delito' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    constitutiva
    - constitutivo
    - culpar
    - flagrante
    - implicación
    - impune
    - incurrir
    - perdonar
    - perpetrar
    - reo
    - responsable
    - sedición
    - seguridad
    - violación
    - amnistiar
    - autor
    - cometer
    - confesar
    - constituir
    - crimen
    - culpable
    - encubrir
    - envolver
    - implicar
    - investigación
    - investigar
    - pagar
    - pez
    - responsabilizar
    - traición
    English:
    come under
    - crime
    - felony
    - forgery
    - misdemeanor
    - misdemeanour
    - offence
    - statutory
    - aid
    - computer
    - criminal
    - felon
    - offend
    - offender
    - offense
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    delito nm
    crime, offence;
    cometer un delito to commit a crime o an offence;
    lo cogieron en flagrante delito he was caught in the act;
    no es ningún delito criticar al profesor it's no crime to criticize the teacher;
    Der
    ser constitutivo de delito to constitute an offence;
    Fam
    el corte de pelo que te han hecho es un delito that haircut you've got is criminal;
    Fam
    tener delito [ser el colmo] [persona] to be an absolute disgrace;
    [cosa, hecho] to be an outrage delito común common crime;
    delito ecológico ecological crime;
    delito financiero financial crime;
    delito fiscal tax offence;
    delito informático computer crime;
    delito menor minor offence;
    delito político political crime;
    delito contra la propiedad crime against property;
    delito contra la salud pública crime against public health;
    delito de sangre violent crime
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    m offense, Br
    offence
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    delito nm
    : crime, offense
    * * *
    delito n crime / offence

    Spanish-English dictionary > delito

  • 11 escalamiento multidimensional

    Ex. The findings, in the form of inclusion maps (resulting from multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis), provide new insights into geophysics national activity.
    * * *

    Ex: The findings, in the form of inclusion maps (resulting from multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis), provide new insights into geophysics national activity.

    Spanish-English dictionary > escalamiento multidimensional

  • 12 geofísica

    f.
    geophysics, soil physics.
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    1 geophysics sing
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    femenino geophysics
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    Nota: Véanse bajo la entrada "-ics" otras palabras con la misma terminación y usadas en el singular.
    Ex. The findings, in the form of inclusion maps (resulting from multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis), provide new insights into geophysics national activity.
    * * *
    femenino geophysics
    * * *
    Nota: Véanse bajo la entrada "-ics" otras palabras con la misma terminación y usadas en el singular.

    Ex: The findings, in the form of inclusion maps (resulting from multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis), provide new insights into geophysics national activity.

    * * *
    geophysics
    * * *
    [ciencia] geophysics [singular]
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    f geophysics sg
    * * *
    : geophysics

    Spanish-English dictionary > geofísica

  • 13 jurado1

    1 = jury, trial jury, panel of judges, judging panel.
    Ex. Enter a charge to a jury under the heading for the court.
    Ex. This paper reviews a selection of films, television programmes, books and periodical articles that provide insights into the image of trial juries presented to the public through popular culture.
    Ex. All sites will be reviewed by an international panel of judges, who will present awards at the conference in Vancouver.
    Ex. The chair of the judging panel said, 'It was difficult last time and even more so this year as we received more excellent applications from across the world'.
    ----
    * instrucción al jurado = charge to jury.
    * juicio con jurado = jury trial.
    * llamamiento para formar parte de un jurado = jury duty.
    * proceso judicial ante jurado = jury trial.
    * servicio de jurado = jury duty.

    Spanish-English dictionary > jurado1

  • 14 mapa que se inserta en otro documento

    Ex. The findings, in the form of inclusion maps (resulting from multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis), provide new insights into geophysics national activity.
    * * *

    Ex: The findings, in the form of inclusion maps (resulting from multidimensional scaling and cluster analysis), provide new insights into geophysics national activity.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mapa que se inserta en otro documento

  • 15 obligar a Hacer Algo

    (v.) = push into
    Ex. Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.
    * * *
    (v.) = push into

    Ex: Simenon may be read by many people for amusement only, but if we read him thoughtfully he shows us a variety of insights into the kind of crises that push people into criminal acts.

    Spanish-English dictionary > obligar a Hacer Algo

  • 16 ofrecer una visión muy releveladora de

    (v.) = provide + insight into, give + an insight into, give + an inside look at
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex. A self-proclaimed 'shopaholic', Nancy Strohmeyer, gives the reader an inside look at some of her many collections, including books, figurines, and stuffed animals.
    * * *
    (v.) = provide + insight into, give + an insight into, give + an inside look at

    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.

    Ex: His plenary address gave an insight into government thinking on library and information policy.
    Ex: A self-proclaimed 'shopaholic', Nancy Strohmeyer, gives the reader an inside look at some of her many collections, including books, figurines, and stuffed animals.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ofrecer una visión muy releveladora de

  • 17 perspectiva

    adj.&f.
    feminine of PERSPECTIVO.
    f.
    1 perspective (punto de vista).
    2 view (paisaje).
    3 prospect (futuro).
    en perspectiva in prospect
    4 foreshortening.
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    1 ARTE perspective
    2 (posibilidad) prospect
    3 (vista) view, perspective
    4 (punto de vista) point of view
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    noun f.
    2) prospect, outlook
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    SF
    1) (Arte) perspective
    2) (=vista) view, scene
    3) (=posibilidad) prospect
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    a) (Arquit, Art) perspective
    b) (vista, paisaje) view, perspective (frml)
    c) ( punto de vista) perspective
    d) ( posibilidad) prospect

    las perspectivas son buenasthe prospects are o the outlook is very good

    ante la perspectiva de... — faced with the prospect of...

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    = angle, insight, prospect, twist, outlook, vista, insight, vision.
    Ex. References or added entries must supplement the first or main entry and cater for access from other angles.
    Ex. The second edition of Austin's PRECIS manual adds additional insights into the evolution and application of PRECIS.
    Ex. At the time OCLC started, there was no prospect for a national authority file.
    Ex. Given such a narrow area in which to write it would be argued that the miracle is how so many authors can continue to find new twists to such a restricted basic theme.
    Ex. In their first review article of children's reference books in 1982, the School Library Journal's Review Committe for children's reference books presents a bleak outlook.
    Ex. From the library she could see miles and miles of unobstructed vistas of rich, coffee-brown, almost black soil, broken only by occasional small towns, farms, and grain elevators.
    Ex. The human indexer works mechanically and rapidly; he should require no insight into the document content.
    Ex. Several of the librarians reported that their sites were currently undergoing major revisions -- some because they were dull and uninteresting to teens and others because the vision of the page has changed = Varios bibliotecarios dijeron que sus sitios web estaban en la actualidad experimentando cambios importantes; algunos debido a que eran aburridos y poco interesantes para los jóvenes y otros debido a que el planteamiento de la página había cambiado.
    ----
    * analizar desde una perspectiva = see through.
    * concebirse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * considerar desde una perspectiva = hold + perspective on.
    * dar a Algo una nueva perspectiva = give + Nombre + a new twist.
    * desde esta misma perspectiva = along the same lines.
    * desde la perspectiva de = in light of.
    * desde + perspectiva = against + backdrop.
    * desde una perspectiva + Adjetivo = along + Adjetivo + line.
    * dotar de una perspectiva histórica = historicise [historicize, -USA].
    * en perspectiva = in the offing.
    * estudiar desde una perspectiva = see through.
    * integración de la perspectiva de género en el conjunto de las políticas = gender mainstreaming.
    * nueva perspectiva = new light.
    * obtener perspectiva de = gain + perspective on.
    * obtener una perspectiva = gather + perspective.
    * ofrecer una perspectiva = offer + perspective.
    * perspectiva de crecimiento = growth pattern.
    * perspectiva de género = gender perspective.
    * perspectiva doble = bifocal vision.
    * perspectivas de futuro = future prospects, future perspectives, future development(s), future opportunities.
    * perspectivas futuras = future perspectives, future opportunities.
    * prensentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = present + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentado desde esta perspectiva = cast in this light.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = throw + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on, throw + new light on.
    * presentarse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * tener buenas perspectivas para = be well-placed to.
    * ver Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = view + Nombre + in a new light, see + Nombre + in a new light.
    * ver Algo desde una perspectiva + Adjetivo = see + Nombre + in a + Adjetivo + light.
    * ver desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on.
    * ver el mundo desde una perspectiva diferente = see + the world in a different light.
    * ver las cosas desde una perspectiva = see + things from + perspective.
    * ver + Nombre + desde la perspectiva de + Nombre = see + Nombre + through + Nombre + eyes.
    * visto desde la perspectiva de + Nombre = as seen through the eyes of + Nombre.
    * * *
    a) (Arquit, Art) perspective
    b) (vista, paisaje) view, perspective (frml)
    c) ( punto de vista) perspective
    d) ( posibilidad) prospect

    las perspectivas son buenasthe prospects are o the outlook is very good

    ante la perspectiva de... — faced with the prospect of...

    * * *
    = angle, insight, prospect, twist, outlook, vista, insight, vision.

    Ex: References or added entries must supplement the first or main entry and cater for access from other angles.

    Ex: The second edition of Austin's PRECIS manual adds additional insights into the evolution and application of PRECIS.
    Ex: At the time OCLC started, there was no prospect for a national authority file.
    Ex: Given such a narrow area in which to write it would be argued that the miracle is how so many authors can continue to find new twists to such a restricted basic theme.
    Ex: In their first review article of children's reference books in 1982, the School Library Journal's Review Committe for children's reference books presents a bleak outlook.
    Ex: From the library she could see miles and miles of unobstructed vistas of rich, coffee-brown, almost black soil, broken only by occasional small towns, farms, and grain elevators.
    Ex: The human indexer works mechanically and rapidly; he should require no insight into the document content.
    Ex: Several of the librarians reported that their sites were currently undergoing major revisions -- some because they were dull and uninteresting to teens and others because the vision of the page has changed = Varios bibliotecarios dijeron que sus sitios web estaban en la actualidad experimentando cambios importantes; algunos debido a que eran aburridos y poco interesantes para los jóvenes y otros debido a que el planteamiento de la página había cambiado.
    * analizar desde una perspectiva = see through.
    * concebirse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * considerar desde una perspectiva = hold + perspective on.
    * dar a Algo una nueva perspectiva = give + Nombre + a new twist.
    * desde esta misma perspectiva = along the same lines.
    * desde la perspectiva de = in light of.
    * desde + perspectiva = against + backdrop.
    * desde una perspectiva + Adjetivo = along + Adjetivo + line.
    * dotar de una perspectiva histórica = historicise [historicize, -USA].
    * en perspectiva = in the offing.
    * estudiar desde una perspectiva = see through.
    * integración de la perspectiva de género en el conjunto de las políticas = gender mainstreaming.
    * nueva perspectiva = new light.
    * obtener perspectiva de = gain + perspective on.
    * obtener una perspectiva = gather + perspective.
    * ofrecer una perspectiva = offer + perspective.
    * perspectiva de crecimiento = growth pattern.
    * perspectiva de género = gender perspective.
    * perspectiva doble = bifocal vision.
    * perspectivas de futuro = future prospects, future perspectives, future development(s), future opportunities.
    * perspectivas futuras = future perspectives, future opportunities.
    * prensentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = present + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentado desde esta perspectiva = cast in this light.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = throw + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on, throw + new light on.
    * presentarse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * tener buenas perspectivas para = be well-placed to.
    * ver Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = view + Nombre + in a new light, see + Nombre + in a new light.
    * ver Algo desde una perspectiva + Adjetivo = see + Nombre + in a + Adjetivo + light.
    * ver desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on.
    * ver el mundo desde una perspectiva diferente = see + the world in a different light.
    * ver las cosas desde una perspectiva = see + things from + perspective.
    * ver + Nombre + desde la perspectiva de + Nombre = see + Nombre + through + Nombre + eyes.
    * visto desde la perspectiva de + Nombre = as seen through the eyes of + Nombre.

    * * *
    1 ( Arquit, Art) perspective
    un dibujo en perspectiva a drawing in perspective, a perspective drawing
    2 (vista, paisaje) view, perspective ( frml)
    desde lo alto se divisa una magnífica perspectiva from the top you get a magnificent view
    3 (punto de vista) perspective
    4 (posibilidad) prospect
    las perspectivas son muy buenas the prospects are o the outlook is very good
    ante la perspectiva de morir quemados faced with the prospect of being burned to death
    no tengo ningún plan en perspectiva I've no plans for the immediate future
    * * *

     

    perspectiva sustantivo femenino
    a) (Arquit, Art) perspective;


    b) (vista, paisaje) view, perspective (frml)




    no tengo ningún plan en perspectiva I've no plans for the immediate future
    perspectiva sustantivo femenino
    1 Arte perspective, en perspectiva, in perspective
    2 (panorama) perspective, view
    3 (apreciación) point of view
    4 (porvenir) prospect, outlook
    ' perspectiva' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desde
    - frontal
    - ofrecerse
    - vista
    - panorama
    - panorámica
    - prisma
    - punto
    English:
    adopt
    - alarmed
    - educationally
    - grim
    - outlook
    - perspective
    - prospect
    - rosy
    - scenario
    - somber
    - sombre
    - angle
    - offing
    - relish
    * * *
    1. [en dibujo] perspective;
    en perspectiva [dibujo] in perspective
    perspectiva aérea aerial perspective;
    perspectiva lineal linear perspective
    2. [paisaje] view
    3. [punto de vista] perspective;
    según su perspectiva… the way he sees it…
    4. [futuro] prospect;
    en perspectiva in prospect;
    tienen un viaje a África en perspectiva they have a trip to Africa in prospect
    5. [posibilidad] prospect;
    la perspectiva de tener que visitarla no me entusiasma the prospect of having to visit her doesn't exactly thrill me
    * * *
    f
    1 ( vista, ángulo) perspective
    2 fig
    point of view;
    perspectivas pl outlook sg, prospects;
    tener algo en perspectiva have the possibility of sth
    * * *
    1) : perspective, view
    2) : prospect, outlook
    * * *
    1. (en arte) perspective
    2. (punto de vista) point of view / angle
    3. (panorama) view
    4. (expectativa) prospect

    Spanish-English dictionary > perspectiva

  • 18 poner de manifiesto

    to make evident
    * * *
    (v.) = bring into + relief, highlight, show, state, throw into + relief, throw up, evince, illustrate, underscore, underline, emphasise [emphasize, -USA], bring to + light, make + it + clear, lay + bare, provide + insight into, reveal, flag + Nombre + up
    Ex. They can bring into relief differing conditions in member countries and they often lend weight to arguments for or against various policy options.
    Ex. In each case the object of the discussion will be to highlight what appear to be the significant aspects, particularly those concerning the background which affect the nature of the scheme.
    Ex. This shows a record in an abstracts based bibliographic data base.
    Ex. Short abstracts are generally preferred, but there are instances where the most effective approach is to cite the original unamended, and to state that this is what has been done.
    Ex. The employment of machines, far from replacing man, can serve to enhance his social value and status by throwing into relief those human tasks that machines cannot perform.
    Ex. Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
    Ex. New computer based technologies are evincing revolutionary changes in the educational curriculum for schools of library and information science.
    Ex. The presence of eggshells, faecal pellets, and silk threads in association with a mite-like animal illustrates a complex ecosystem.
    Ex. All I wanted to underscore with these four horror stories is that the judicious, discretionary assignment of added entries can either powerfully inhibit or promote access to the documents.
    Ex. Word processing packages must be able to permit the user to manipulate test, as is necessary in alignment of margins, insertion and deletion of paragraphs, arrange for text to appear in the centre of the page and underline.
    Ex. Analytical cataloguing aims to emphasise the content of documents, rather than relying entirely upon cataloguing whole works.
    Ex. Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex. Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.
    Ex. The aim of this article is to lay bare the causes of this state of affairs.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. A study of the major general schemes reveals a wide gulf between theory, as outlined in the previous chapter, and practice, as reflected in the major schemes.
    Ex. If you spot an error then flag it up to your bank promptly and insist they take action to rectify it.
    * * *
    (v.) = bring into + relief, highlight, show, state, throw into + relief, throw up, evince, illustrate, underscore, underline, emphasise [emphasize, -USA], bring to + light, make + it + clear, lay + bare, provide + insight into, reveal, flag + Nombre + up

    Ex: They can bring into relief differing conditions in member countries and they often lend weight to arguments for or against various policy options.

    Ex: In each case the object of the discussion will be to highlight what appear to be the significant aspects, particularly those concerning the background which affect the nature of the scheme.
    Ex: This shows a record in an abstracts based bibliographic data base.
    Ex: Short abstracts are generally preferred, but there are instances where the most effective approach is to cite the original unamended, and to state that this is what has been done.
    Ex: The employment of machines, far from replacing man, can serve to enhance his social value and status by throwing into relief those human tasks that machines cannot perform.
    Ex: Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
    Ex: New computer based technologies are evincing revolutionary changes in the educational curriculum for schools of library and information science.
    Ex: The presence of eggshells, faecal pellets, and silk threads in association with a mite-like animal illustrates a complex ecosystem.
    Ex: All I wanted to underscore with these four horror stories is that the judicious, discretionary assignment of added entries can either powerfully inhibit or promote access to the documents.
    Ex: Word processing packages must be able to permit the user to manipulate test, as is necessary in alignment of margins, insertion and deletion of paragraphs, arrange for text to appear in the centre of the page and underline.
    Ex: Analytical cataloguing aims to emphasise the content of documents, rather than relying entirely upon cataloguing whole works.
    Ex: Her editorial does an excellent job of bringing to light the issues facing libraries, authors, and library patrons regarding the possibility and desirability of a single international copyright law.
    Ex: Simple linking of Students and Attitudes would still not make it clear whether it was the attitudes 'of' or 'towards' Students.
    Ex: The aim of this article is to lay bare the causes of this state of affairs.
    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: A study of the major general schemes reveals a wide gulf between theory, as outlined in the previous chapter, and practice, as reflected in the major schemes.
    Ex: If you spot an error then flag it up to your bank promptly and insist they take action to rectify it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner de manifiesto

  • 19 realizar una investigación

    (v.) = carry out + research, conduct + investigation, conduct + research, do + research, undertake + investigation, undertake + research
    Ex. This paper describes research carried out into the use of an on-line bulletin board service aimed at those in the academic community who are interested in applying computing to teaching in the Arts and Humanities.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. Oftentimes, we conduct our research on related areas to help solve problems in our own field.
    Ex. Optical storage media can facilitate the type of research done in academic libraries.
    Ex. During 1984 an investigation was undertaken into certain curriculum issues as these were seen to influence schools of librarianship and information studies.
    Ex. The department undertakes teaching and research in library and information studies.
    * * *
    (v.) = carry out + research, conduct + investigation, conduct + research, do + research, undertake + investigation, undertake + research

    Ex: This paper describes research carried out into the use of an on-line bulletin board service aimed at those in the academic community who are interested in applying computing to teaching in the Arts and Humanities.

    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: Oftentimes, we conduct our research on related areas to help solve problems in our own field.
    Ex: Optical storage media can facilitate the type of research done in academic libraries.
    Ex: During 1984 an investigation was undertaken into certain curriculum issues as these were seen to influence schools of librarianship and information studies.
    Ex: The department undertakes teaching and research in library and information studies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > realizar una investigación

  • 20 revista científica

    (n.) = journal, periodical, scholarly journal, scientific journal, technical journal, research journal, learned journal, scholarly periodical, scientific serial, scientific periodical, research periodical, academic journal
    Ex. In a journal most formal items including articles, essays, discussions and reviews can be expected to be accompanied by an abstract.
    Ex. Each local library is a separate administrative unit with separate and independent files for circulation, acquisitions, periodicals, and holdings.
    Ex. The number of full text data bases on-line is also increasing, providing instant access to newspapers and newswires, popular magazines and scholarly journals.
    Ex. This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex. Surely these new resources will have a profound impact upon newspapers, magazines, technical journals and even books.
    Ex. The studies also revealed that the research journals received highest credibility among print media for information gathering by the scientists followed by books.
    Ex. The article 'Don't tax reading -- the case for a zero-rate for books' outlines the plea made by all those concerned with books in the European Economic Community that zero-rating should be applied to books and learned journals in forthcoming legislation.
    Ex. This article discusses the changing role of academic libraries in the dissemination of scholarly periodical articles.
    Ex. This study found that online access to scientific serials is most appropriate in the third world, principally due to the presence of a small number of scientists with a broad range of interests which makes the fixed-price regimes of print, microform or CD-ROM disadvantageous.
    Ex. During the Second World War scientific periodicals were severely censored in many countries almost to the point of total emasculation.
    Ex. The value of the research periodical has never been well understood.
    Ex. The academic journal as a model of information dissemination is one of the forms of publishing being affected most dramatically by the development of the Internet.
    * * *
    (n.) = journal, periodical, scholarly journal, scientific journal, technical journal, research journal, learned journal, scholarly periodical, scientific serial, scientific periodical, research periodical, academic journal

    Ex: In a journal most formal items including articles, essays, discussions and reviews can be expected to be accompanied by an abstract.

    Ex: Each local library is a separate administrative unit with separate and independent files for circulation, acquisitions, periodicals, and holdings.
    Ex: The number of full text data bases on-line is also increasing, providing instant access to newspapers and newswires, popular magazines and scholarly journals.
    Ex: This article reports the findings of an investigation which was conducted in order to determine if either the impact factor or the immediacy index provide useful insights into the qualitative relations among scientific journals.
    Ex: Surely these new resources will have a profound impact upon newspapers, magazines, technical journals and even books.
    Ex: The studies also revealed that the research journals received highest credibility among print media for information gathering by the scientists followed by books.
    Ex: The article 'Don't tax reading -- the case for a zero-rate for books' outlines the plea made by all those concerned with books in the European Economic Community that zero-rating should be applied to books and learned journals in forthcoming legislation.
    Ex: This article discusses the changing role of academic libraries in the dissemination of scholarly periodical articles.
    Ex: This study found that online access to scientific serials is most appropriate in the third world, principally due to the presence of a small number of scientists with a broad range of interests which makes the fixed-price regimes of print, microform or CD-ROM disadvantageous.
    Ex: During the Second World War scientific periodicals were severely censored in many countries almost to the point of total emasculation.
    Ex: The value of the research periodical has never been well understood.
    Ex: The academic journal as a model of information dissemination is one of the forms of publishing being affected most dramatically by the development of the Internet.

    Spanish-English dictionary > revista científica

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