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  • 301 cada vez más abultado

    (adj.) = swelling
    Ex. By far the most difficult new challenge looming for librarianship will be preserving and providing access to 'born-digital' materials, that swelling mass of material that appears only in electronic form.
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    (adj.) = swelling

    Ex: By far the most difficult new challenge looming for librarianship will be preserving and providing access to 'born-digital' materials, that swelling mass of material that appears only in electronic form.

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  • 302 cada vez más acelerado

    (adj.) = accelerated
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
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    (adj.) = accelerated

    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.

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  • 303 cada vez más alto

    (adj.) = constantly rising, steadily rising, steadily growing
    Ex. Recently there has been more than the usual talk about the exceptionally-high and constantly-rising costs of scholarly journals and what scholar, editors, and libraries can do about the situation.
    Ex. Poland is currently enjoying a steadily rising national income, declining inflation, receding unemployment and an educational boom.
    Ex. The strategy is to maintain a steadily growing base line which can expand in better times.
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    (adj.) = constantly rising, steadily rising, steadily growing

    Ex: Recently there has been more than the usual talk about the exceptionally-high and constantly-rising costs of scholarly journals and what scholar, editors, and libraries can do about the situation.

    Ex: Poland is currently enjoying a steadily rising national income, declining inflation, receding unemployment and an educational boom.
    Ex: The strategy is to maintain a steadily growing base line which can expand in better times.

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  • 304 cada vez más amplio

    Ex. The inter-library loan network operates like a spiral with the individual library at the centre and the local, regional, national and international back-up services forming an ever-widening circle around it.
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    Ex: The inter-library loan network operates like a spiral with the individual library at the centre and the local, regional, national and international back-up services forming an ever-widening circle around it.

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  • 305 cada vez más avanzado

    Ex. I have also taken the opportunity to up-date every chapter of the book so as to help the reader keep track of this fast-moving technology.
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    Ex: I have also taken the opportunity to up-date every chapter of the book so as to help the reader keep track of this fast-moving technology.

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  • 306 cada vez más desarrollado

    (adj.) = fast-developing
    Ex. To meet the challenge and to anticipate problems associated with blacks adapting to a fast-developing world and entering the job market, attempts should be made to gain a thorough knowledge of their needs.
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    Ex: To meet the challenge and to anticipate problems associated with blacks adapting to a fast-developing world and entering the job market, attempts should be made to gain a thorough knowledge of their needs.

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  • 307 cada vez más estricto

    (adj.) = tightening
    Ex. Representatives from 35 academic libraries discussed their tightening economies, some solutions, and the need to run academic libraries like businesses.
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    (adj.) = tightening

    Ex: Representatives from 35 academic libraries discussed their tightening economies, some solutions, and the need to run academic libraries like businesses.

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  • 308 cada vez más extendido

    (adj.) = spreading
    Ex. Some discernable trends are an interest in learning resources, growing acceptance of microforms, and the spreading use of the computer for acquisitions, catalogues and information services.
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    (adj.) = spreading

    Ex: Some discernable trends are an interest in learning resources, growing acceptance of microforms, and the spreading use of the computer for acquisitions, catalogues and information services.

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  • 309 cada vez más fácil

    Ex. Continuing progress in on-line and CD-ROM technology is leading to new possibilities in information retrieval, and future developments promise ever easier access and use.
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    Ex: Continuing progress in on-line and CD-ROM technology is leading to new possibilities in information retrieval, and future developments promise ever easier access and use.

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  • 310 cada vez más lejos

    Ex. Little by little his heath improved and he was able to walk further and further each day.
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    Ex: Little by little his heath improved and he was able to walk further and further each day.

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  • 311 cada vez más pruebas

    Ex. There is accumulating evidence of reductions in red blood cell membrane essential fatty acids in patients with schizophrenia.
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    Ex: There is accumulating evidence of reductions in red blood cell membrane essential fatty acids in patients with schizophrenia.

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  • 312 cada vez más restringido

    (adj.) = tightening
    Ex. Representatives from 35 academic libraries discussed their tightening economies, some solutions, and the need to run academic libraries like businesses.
    * * *
    (adj.) = tightening

    Ex: Representatives from 35 academic libraries discussed their tightening economies, some solutions, and the need to run academic libraries like businesses.

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  • 313 cada vez más rápido

    (adj.) = ever faster, accelerated
    Ex. Today's world turns ever faster on the axis of change.
    Ex. The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.
    * * *
    (adj.) = ever faster, accelerated

    Ex: Today's world turns ever faster on the axis of change.

    Ex: The author locates the waning educational computing craze in the historical context of an ed-tech trajectory that has brought visions of accelerated academic achievement followed by disappointment.

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  • 314 cada vez más tenue

    Ex. With the fading significance of these physical forms, some of the rationale for unit entries has disappeared.
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    Ex: With the fading significance of these physical forms, some of the rationale for unit entries has disappeared.

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  • 315 cada vez más viejo

    (adj.) = aging [ageing]
    Ex. The library director and the architect cooperated to preserve the distinctness of an aging building while providing the public with up-to-the-minute services.
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    (adj.) = aging [ageing]

    Ex: The library director and the architect cooperated to preserve the distinctness of an aging building while providing the public with up-to-the-minute services.

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  • 316 continuar al lado de

    (v.) = stand by
    Ex. It's hard to believe she stands by a man who gets his kicks out of beating her black and blue everynight.
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    (v.) = stand by

    Ex: It's hard to believe she stands by a man who gets his kicks out of beating her black and blue everynight.

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  • 317 de cada + Número + veces + Número

    = Número + times out of + Número
    Ex. If in desperation they do ask at the library, nine times out of ten what they want takes no more than a minute or two to find.
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    = Número + times out of + Número

    Ex: If in desperation they do ask at the library, nine times out of ten what they want takes no more than a minute or two to find.

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  • 318 de cada día

    = day to day [day-to-day]
    Ex. The latter is the viewpoint of those who are perhaps concerned about day to day maintenance of the equipment.
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    = day to day [day-to-day]

    Ex: The latter is the viewpoint of those who are perhaps concerned about day to day maintenance of the equipment.

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  • 319 de un lado de la ciudad a otro

    (adj.) = cross-town
    Ex. The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).
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    (adj.) = cross-town

    Ex: The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).

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  • 320 dejando a un lado

    Ex. Apart from the names of subjects, the names of corporate bodies, persons, chemicals, trade products, and trade names are some other possibilities.
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    Ex: Apart from the names of subjects, the names of corporate bodies, persons, chemicals, trade products, and trade names are some other possibilities.

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