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  • 1 campo de concentración

    concentration camp
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    (n.) = concentration camp, gulag, internment camp
    Ex. The archive of the Auschwitz Museum has evidence of the existence of a small library in the concentration camp, which was stocked largely with Nazi propaganda.
    Ex. So if ALA won't speak out when books are burned and librarians are tossed into the Cuban gulag, then they would betray the values drilled into us in graduate school.
    Ex. During World War I and World War II the Australian Government established internment camps across the country.
    * * *
    (n.) = concentration camp, gulag, internment camp

    Ex: The archive of the Auschwitz Museum has evidence of the existence of a small library in the concentration camp, which was stocked largely with Nazi propaganda.

    Ex: So if ALA won't speak out when books are burned and librarians are tossed into the Cuban gulag, then they would betray the values drilled into us in graduate school.
    Ex: During World War I and World War II the Australian Government established internment camps across the country.

    * * *
    concentration camp

    Spanish-English dictionary > campo de concentración

  • 2 campo de detención

    Ex. During World War I and World War II the Australian Government established internment camps across the country.
    * * *

    Ex: During World War I and World War II the Australian Government established internment camps across the country.

    Spanish-English dictionary > campo de detención

  • 3 campo de internamiento

    Ex. During World War I and World War II the Australian Government established internment camps across the country.
    * * *

    Ex: During World War I and World War II the Australian Government established internment camps across the country.

    Spanish-English dictionary > campo de internamiento

  • 4 campo de reclusión

    Ex. During World War I and World War II the Australian Government established internment camps across the country.
    * * *

    Ex: During World War I and World War II the Australian Government established internment camps across the country.

    Spanish-English dictionary > campo de reclusión

  • 5 Camps

    Camps

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > Camps

  • 6 Odisea

    f.
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    1 odyssey
    2 familiar ordeal
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    femenino odyssey

    la Odisea — (Lit) the Odyssey

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    Ex. The exhibition illustrates the tragic history of the concentration camps, but also the heroic stories of liberation and survival that marked their end.
    ----
    * Odisea, La = Odyssey, The.
    * ser una odisea = be an odyssey.
    * * *
    femenino odyssey

    la Odisea — (Lit) the Odyssey

    * * *

    Ex: The exhibition illustrates the tragic history of the concentration camps, but also the heroic stories of liberation and survival that marked their end.

    * Odisea, La = Odyssey, The.
    * ser una odisea = be an odyssey.

    * * *
    1 (viaje) odyssey
    llegar hasta ahí por carretera es una auténtica odisea getting there by road is a real odyssey o a marathon journey
    2
    la Odisea ( Lit) the Odyssey
    * * *

    odisea sustantivo femenino odyssey: el autobús pinchó en medio de un páramo y fue una auténtica odisea llegar hasta aquí, the bus got a flat tyre in the middle of nowhere and it was a nightmare to get here
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    odisea nf
    1. [viaje] odyssey;
    llegar hasta la frontera fue una odisea it was a real trek to get to the border
    2. [aventura]
    conseguir las entradas fue toda una odisea it was a real job to get the tickets
    3.
    la Odisea the Odyssey
    * * *
    f fig
    odyssey
    * * *
    odisea nf
    : odyssey

    Spanish-English dictionary > Odisea

  • 7 Siberia

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    femenino Siberia
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    Ex. He spent more than a decade in prison and labour camps in Siberia.
    ----
    * de Siberia = Siberian.
    * * *
    femenino Siberia
    * * *

    Ex: He spent more than a decade in prison and labour camps in Siberia.

    * de Siberia = Siberian.

    * * *
    Siberia
    ahí fuera hace más frío que en Siberia it's like the North Pole out there!
    * * *

    Siberia sustantivo femenino
    Siberia
    Siberia f Geog Siberia
    * * *
    Siberia
    * * *
    f Siberia

    Spanish-English dictionary > Siberia

  • 8 abrumar con atenciones

    (v.) = kill + Nombre + with kindness, smother + Nombre + with kindness
    Ex. But somewhere between killing them with kindness and berating them at boot camps, there must be another way.
    Ex. Her father is no ogre, but since her mother and sister's died her father has basically smothered her with kindness, not allowing her any freedom.
    * * *
    (v.) = kill + Nombre + with kindness, smother + Nombre + with kindness

    Ex: But somewhere between killing them with kindness and berating them at boot camps, there must be another way.

    Ex: Her father is no ogre, but since her mother and sister's died her father has basically smothered her with kindness, not allowing her any freedom.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abrumar con atenciones

  • 9 agasajar

    v.
    1 to lavish attention on, to treat like a king.
    agasajar a alguien con algo to lavish something upon somebody
    2 to entertain, to feast, to cater, to court.
    María festejó a su hijo Mary gave a party to her son.
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    1 (obsequiar) to smother with attention, treat well
    2 (dar agasajo) to wine and dine
    * * *
    VT to entertain, fête
    * * *
    verbo transitivo (frml) to fête (frml)
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    = shower, smother + Nombre + with kindness, kill + Nombre + with kindness.
    Ex. The bibliographer can expect to assume all the benign indignity which was showered upon the lexicographer with Johnson's definition of 'a harmless drudge'.
    Ex. Her father is no ogre, but since her mother and sister's died her father has basically smothered her with kindness, not allowing her any freedom.
    Ex. But somewhere between killing them with kindness and berating them at boot camps, there must be another way.
    ----
    * agasajar con = regale with, gift + Nombre + with.
    * agasajar de = crown with.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo (frml) to fête (frml)
    * * *
    = shower, smother + Nombre + with kindness, kill + Nombre + with kindness.

    Ex: The bibliographer can expect to assume all the benign indignity which was showered upon the lexicographer with Johnson's definition of 'a harmless drudge'.

    Ex: Her father is no ogre, but since her mother and sister's died her father has basically smothered her with kindness, not allowing her any freedom.
    Ex: But somewhere between killing them with kindness and berating them at boot camps, there must be another way.
    * agasajar con = regale with, gift + Nombre + with.
    * agasajar de = crown with.

    * * *
    agasajar [A1 ]
    vt
    ( frml); to fête ( frml)
    la agasajaron con una magnífica fiesta a splendid party was given in her honor
    * * *

    agasajar verbo transitivo to smother with attentions
    ' agasajar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    wine
    * * *
    to lavish attention on, to treat like a king;
    agasajar a alguien con algo to lavish sth upon sb;
    lo agasajaron con una fiesta de bienvenida they gave a welcoming party in his honour
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    v/t fête
    * * *
    : to fête, to wine and dine

    Spanish-English dictionary > agasajar

  • 10 armar bulla

    v.
    to make a racket.
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    (v.) = kick up + a stink, kick up + a fuss, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a stink, kick up + a fuss, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row

    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armar bulla

  • 11 armar la de San Quintín

    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.

    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armar la de San Quintín

  • 12 armar un escándalo

    to kick up a fuss
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = raise + a stink, kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    * * *
    (v.) = raise + a stink, kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row

    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armar un escándalo

  • 13 armar un lío

    to make a fuss
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.

    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armar un lío

  • 14 armar una bronca

    to kick up a fuss
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, raise + a stink, make + a stink (about), make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus, kick up + a row

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.

    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armar una bronca

  • 15 armarla

    familiar to cause trouble, kick up a fuss
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, make + a stink (about), kick up + a row, raise + a stink, make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus
    Ex. If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.
    Ex. Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex. After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex. The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    Ex. 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex. In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex. Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex. At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.
    * * *
    (v.) = kick up + a fuss, kick up + a stink, make + a stink (about), kick up + a row, raise + a stink, make + a racket, make + a row, make + a ruckus

    Ex: If the cafe say it's butter and it's marge they could be in trouble if anyone cared to kick up a fuss.

    Ex: Encouraging an interest in maths among grown-ups is fine and dandy, but kicking up a stink about the lack of maths teachers is far more important.
    Ex: After all, making a stink is bad news for any public company, let alone a life-insurance company.
    Ex: The environmentalists have now kicked up a row over the cutting of trees along the Palace Road charging that the work was illegal.
    Ex: 'I'll call the young fellow and tell him there's been a mix-up -- I hope his parents don't raise a stink -- and I want you to know that it really sticks in my craw, it violates all my principles' = "Llamaré al joven y le diré que ha habido una confusión (espero que sus padres no me armen un escándalo) y quiero que sepas que es algo que me da patadas en el estómago, va en contra de todos mis principios".
    Ex: In this illustrated book, children are encouraged to make a racket before slowly quietening down for a sound night's sleep.
    Ex: Some people have a neurotic, exaggerated sense of self-importance and will nitpick and make a row over just everything in every shop or restaurant.
    Ex: At most summer camps, children shriek, laugh and generally make a ruckus.

    Spanish-English dictionary > armarla

  • 16 autobiografía

    f.
    autobiography, memoirs, self history, written account of one's own life and personal experiences.
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    1 autobiography
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    noun f.
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino autobiography
    * * *
    = autobiography, memoirs, autobiographical work.
    Ex. An autobiography is a document which records the life and activities of its author.
    Ex. We got a book of memoirs by an ex-convict who works for the Western Behavioral Institute in La Jolla, California, which is very closely associated with publication of the work.
    Ex. These two extraordinary, brutally honest autobiographical works deal with Spiegelman's attempts to record his father's recollections of experiences in the Nazi death camps.
    ----
    * autobiografía escrita por un negro = ghosted autobiography.
    * * *
    femenino autobiography
    * * *
    = autobiography, memoirs, autobiographical work.

    Ex: An autobiography is a document which records the life and activities of its author.

    Ex: We got a book of memoirs by an ex-convict who works for the Western Behavioral Institute in La Jolla, California, which is very closely associated with publication of the work.
    Ex: These two extraordinary, brutally honest autobiographical works deal with Spiegelman's attempts to record his father's recollections of experiences in the Nazi death camps.
    * autobiografía escrita por un negro = ghosted autobiography.

    * * *
    autobiography
    * * *

    autobiografía sustantivo femenino
    autobiography
    autobiografía sustantivo femenino autobiography
    ' autobiografía' also found in these entries:
    English:
    autobiography
    - ego
    * * *
    autobiography
    * * *
    f autobiography
    * * *
    : autobiography
    * * *
    autobiografía n autobiography [pl. autobiographies]

    Spanish-English dictionary > autobiografía

  • 17 bando

    m.
    1 side.
    pasarse al otro bando to change sides
    3 party, camp, faction, side.
    * * *
    1 (edicto) edict, proclamation
    ————————
    1 (facción) faction, party, camp
    2 (de aves) flock; (de insectos) swarm; (de peces) shoal
    \
    pasar al otro bando / pasarse al otro bando to go over to the other side
    * * *
    noun m.
    2) side, faction
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=edicto) edict, proclamation
    2) pl bandos (Rel) banns
    3) (=facción) (Pol) faction, party; (Dep) side

    uno del otro bando* one of them *

    * * *
    1) ( edicto) edict
    2) ( facción) side, camp

    ser del otro bando — (fam) to be one of them (colloq & pej)

    * * *
    = camp.
    Ex. This is a situation much debated between the two camps of those who would give everyone what he wants and those who would give each reader only the things of some constructive value.
    * * *
    1) ( edicto) edict
    2) ( facción) side, camp

    ser del otro bando — (fam) to be one of them (colloq & pej)

    * * *
    = camp.

    Ex: This is a situation much debated between the two camps of those who would give everyone what he wants and those who would give each reader only the things of some constructive value.

    * * *
    A (edicto) edict
    B (facción) side, camp
    el país quedó dividido en dos bandos durante la guerra civil the country was divided into two camps during the civil war
    están en bandos contrarios they're on opposing sides
    ser del otro bando ( fam); to be gay, to be one of them ( colloq pej)
    * * *

    bando sustantivo masculino
    1 ( edicto) edict
    2 ( facción) side, camp;

    bando 1 m (edicto) edict, proclamation
    bando 2 sustantivo masculino faction, side
    cambiar de bando, to go over to the other side o to change sides: se pasó al otro bando, he changed allegiances
    ' bando' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    pasarse
    - pregón
    - pregonar
    - vencedor
    - vencedora
    - contrario
    English:
    camp
    - side
    * * *
    bando nm
    1. [facción] side;
    el bando republicano the republicans, the republican side;
    pasarse al otro bando to change sides;
    Fam
    ser del otro bando [ser homosexual] to be one of them, to be queer
    2. [edicto] edict
    * * *
    m
    1 ( aviso) edict
    2 en disputa side
    * * *
    bando nm
    1) facción: faction, side
    2) edicto: proclamation
    * * *
    bando n side

    Spanish-English dictionary > bando

  • 18 bestialmente

    adv.
    1 bestially, brutally, marvellously.
    2 beastly, bestially, brutally.
    * * *
    ADV
    1) (=violentamente) savagely
    2) * (=enormemente)
    3) Esp
    * (=estupendamente)

    lo pasamos bestialmentewe had a great o super time *, we had a whale of a time *

    * * *
    Ex. These two extraordinary, brutally honest autobiographical works deal with Spiegelman's attempts to record his father's recollections of experiences in the Nazi death camps.
    * * *

    Ex: These two extraordinary, brutally honest autobiographical works deal with Spiegelman's attempts to record his father's recollections of experiences in the Nazi death camps.

    * * *
    A (atrozmente) brutally, savagely
    fueron bestialmente torturados they were brutally o savagely tortured
    B ( fam) (tremendamente) terrifically
    es bestialmente caro it's terrifically expensive
    C ( Esp fam) (estupendamente) fantastically, brilliantly
    tocaron bestialmente they played fantastically o brilliantly
    * * *
    brutally, savagely

    Spanish-English dictionary > bestialmente

  • 19 biblioteca de campo de concentración

    Ex. The article 'Libraries and reading in P.O.W. camps' describes the establishment of the concentration camp library of Oflag IIC at Woldenberg, and its management, largely by the inmates, which was typical of many prisoner of war camps.
    * * *

    Ex: The article 'Libraries and reading in P.O.W. camps' describes the establishment of the concentration camp library of Oflag IIC at Woldenberg, and its management, largely by the inmates, which was typical of many prisoner of war camps.

    Spanish-English dictionary > biblioteca de campo de concentración

  • 20 brutalmente

    adv.
    brutally, currishly, churlishly, brutishly.
    * * *
    1 brutally
    * * *
    * * *
    = brutally, ferociously, heinously.
    Ex. These two extraordinary, brutally honest autobiographical works deal with Spiegelman's attempts to record his father's recollections of experiences in the Nazi death camps.
    Ex. The book is so ferociously unsparing in detailing the systematic torment as well as wanton cruelty that the reconstruction of the past is often unbearable.
    Ex. They felt this sick feeling then that we are now experiencing when one of their own was heinously attacked.
    * * *
    = brutally, ferociously, heinously.

    Ex: These two extraordinary, brutally honest autobiographical works deal with Spiegelman's attempts to record his father's recollections of experiences in the Nazi death camps.

    Ex: The book is so ferociously unsparing in detailing the systematic torment as well as wanton cruelty that the reconstruction of the past is often unbearable.
    Ex: They felt this sick feeling then that we are now experiencing when one of their own was heinously attacked.

    * * *
    brutally
    * * *
    brutally

    Spanish-English dictionary > brutalmente

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