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it was pure coincidence

  • 1 coincidencia

    f.
    coincidence.
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    1 (gen) coincidence
    1 (acuerdo) agreement
    \
    dio la coincidencia de que... it just happened that...
    en coincidencia con... in agreement with...
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=casualidad) coincidence

    es pura coincidencia — it's just a coincidence, it's pure coincidence

    2) (=acuerdo) agreement
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    a) ( casualidad) coincidence

    se dio la coincidencia de que él también estaba alláby coincidence o chance he was there too, he happened to be there too

    b) ( de opiniones) agreement
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    = coincidence, match, matching, overlap, crossover [cross-over], concurrence, clash [clashes, -pl.], by coincidence, meeting of (the) minds, consistency.
    Ex. This coincidence between indexing and user approach is known as user warrant: in other words the indexing system must be tailored to the needs of the users of the index.
    Ex. When documents relevant to a request have been located, a match has been achieved between the information requested and the information retrieved.
    Ex. Indexing, and later searching, centre upon the matching of document profiles.
    Ex. Despite this overlap, the other side of the picture is that some materials are covered inadequately or even not at all.
    Ex. Each person works two and a half days a week and this allows a midweek crossover period so that communication between them is not restricted to notes and phone calls.
    Ex. The 9 relations are: concurrence, equivalence, distinctness, self-activity, dimensional, action, association, appurtenance and functional dependence.
    Ex. In order to I avoid clashes between library trips, workshops and sessions it's a good idea to sit down in a quiet place as soon as you have the programme with a highlighter pen and mark all those sessions, workshops and visits which particularly interest you.
    Ex. It is not clear whether it was purely by coincidence that users who cooperated in the evaluation were sent a maximum of 25-30 documents to evaluate.
    Ex. Our South American Colleagues will have the opportunity of a lifetime, to experience the vibrance of the meeting of minds, as well as the forging of communities of practice across time zones, distance and linguistic barriers = Nuestros colegas sudamericanos tendrán la oportunidad de su vida de experimentar la vitalidad de este encuentro de expertos así como la creación de lazos profesionales por encima de barreras lingüísticas, de espacio y de tiempo.
    Ex. Absence of human interpretation of content leads to perfect predictability and consistency in the generation of index entries.
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    * coincidencia de mayúsculas y minúsculas en la búsqueda = case sensitivity.
    * coincidencia óptica = optical coincidence.
    * falta de coincidencia = mismatch.
    * ficha de coincidencia óptica = Batten card, optical coincidence card, Peek-a-boo card.
    * grado de coincidencia entre el tema de un documento y el tema de búsqueda = topicality.
    * modelo de recuperación de información por coincidencia óptima = best match model.
    * por coincidencia = by coincidence.
    * técnica de recuperación de información por coincidencia óptima = best match technique.
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    a) ( casualidad) coincidence

    se dio la coincidencia de que él también estaba alláby coincidence o chance he was there too, he happened to be there too

    b) ( de opiniones) agreement
    * * *
    = coincidence, match, matching, overlap, crossover [cross-over], concurrence, clash [clashes, -pl.], by coincidence, meeting of (the) minds, consistency.

    Ex: This coincidence between indexing and user approach is known as user warrant: in other words the indexing system must be tailored to the needs of the users of the index.

    Ex: When documents relevant to a request have been located, a match has been achieved between the information requested and the information retrieved.
    Ex: Indexing, and later searching, centre upon the matching of document profiles.
    Ex: Despite this overlap, the other side of the picture is that some materials are covered inadequately or even not at all.
    Ex: Each person works two and a half days a week and this allows a midweek crossover period so that communication between them is not restricted to notes and phone calls.
    Ex: The 9 relations are: concurrence, equivalence, distinctness, self-activity, dimensional, action, association, appurtenance and functional dependence.
    Ex: In order to I avoid clashes between library trips, workshops and sessions it's a good idea to sit down in a quiet place as soon as you have the programme with a highlighter pen and mark all those sessions, workshops and visits which particularly interest you.
    Ex: It is not clear whether it was purely by coincidence that users who cooperated in the evaluation were sent a maximum of 25-30 documents to evaluate.
    Ex: Our South American Colleagues will have the opportunity of a lifetime, to experience the vibrance of the meeting of minds, as well as the forging of communities of practice across time zones, distance and linguistic barriers = Nuestros colegas sudamericanos tendrán la oportunidad de su vida de experimentar la vitalidad de este encuentro de expertos así como la creación de lazos profesionales por encima de barreras lingüísticas, de espacio y de tiempo.
    Ex: Absence of human interpretation of content leads to perfect predictability and consistency in the generation of index entries.
    * coincidencia de mayúsculas y minúsculas en la búsqueda = case sensitivity.
    * coincidencia óptica = optical coincidence.
    * falta de coincidencia = mismatch.
    * ficha de coincidencia óptica = Batten card, optical coincidence card, Peek-a-boo card.
    * grado de coincidencia entre el tema de un documento y el tema de búsqueda = topicality.
    * modelo de recuperación de información por coincidencia óptima = best match model.
    * por coincidencia = by coincidence.
    * técnica de recuperación de información por coincidencia óptima = best match technique.

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    1 (casualidad) coincidence
    dio la coincidencia de que él también estaba allá by coincidence o chance he was there too, as chance would have it, he was there too, he happened to be there too
    ¡que coincidencia! what a coincidence!
    fue una coincidencia (el) que nos encontráramos allí it was a coincidence our meeting there, it was a coincidence that we should have met there
    2 (de opiniones) agreement
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    coincidencia sustantivo femenino

    se dio la coincidencia de que él también estaba allá by coincidence o chance he was there too;

    ¡que coincidencia! what a coincidence!

    coincidencia sustantivo femenino coincidence
    ' coincidencia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conjunción
    - igualdad
    - afortunado
    - desgraciado
    - puro
    English:
    accident
    - coincidence
    - disagreement
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    1. [casualidad] coincidence;
    ¡qué coincidencia que yo también pasara por ahí! what a coincidence that I happened to be passing by there too!;
    se da la coincidencia de que no es la primera vez que sale elegido it so happens it's not the first time he's been elected;
    cualquier parecido es pura coincidencia any similarity is purely coincidental
    2. [en el tiempo]
    la coincidencia de un partido de fútbol obligó a aplazar el debate the debate had to be postponed because it clashed with a football match
    3. [conformidad, parecido] agreement;
    hubo coincidencia a la hora de valorar los resultados there was agreement o people agreed when it came to assessing the results
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    f coincidence
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    : coincidence
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    coincidencia n coincidence

    Spanish-English dictionary > coincidencia

См. также в других словарях:

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  • coincidence */ — UK [kəʊˈɪnsɪd(ə)ns] / US [koʊˈɪnsɪdəns] noun Word forms coincidence : singular coincidence plural coincidences 1) [countable/uncountable] a situation in which separate things happen by chance at the same time or in the same way coincidence that:… …   English dictionary

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  • pure */*/*/ — UK [pjʊə(r)] / US [pjʊr] adjective Word forms pure : adjective pure comparative purer superlative purest 1) a pure substance or material has nothing mixed with it that might spoil its quality or effect pure gold/alcohol 2) [only before noun] used …   English dictionary

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