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it's a dead end

  • 1 desacuerdo irremediable

    m.
    total disagreement, dead end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desacuerdo irremediable

  • 2 desacuerdo total

    m.
    total disagreement, dead end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desacuerdo total

  • 3 callejón

    m.
    alley, street, alleyway, back street.
    * * *
    1 back street, back alley
    \
    en un callejón sin salida figurado at an impasse, deadlocked
    callejón sin salida cul-de-sac, dead end, blind alley
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    noun m.
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    SM (=calleja) alley, passage; And (=calle) main street; (Taur) space between inner and outer barriers; (Geog) narrow pass

    callejón sin salida — cul-de-sac, dead end; (fig) blind alley

    las negociaciones están en un callejón sin salida — the negotiations are at an impasse, the negotiations are stalemated

    gente de callejón And low-class people

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    masculino alley, narrow street
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    = back alley, side-street, side lane, alley, alleyway.
    Ex. The copy was grubby from use, a paperback with a photographically realistic full-color painting on its cover of an early teenage boy slumped in what looked to me like a corner of a very dirty back alley, a can of Coke in his hand.
    Ex. To gain an idea of the fineness of detail necessary to produce the circuit elements on the chip, imagine a map of the British Isles showing sufficient detail to identify even the narrowest side-street in London.
    Ex. The back entrance is off of Huntington Avenue in a service road/ side lane behind the Prudential Tower.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The Internet: superhighways, virtual alleys and dead end streets'.
    Ex. Upon questioning we find that those eminently pragmatic down-to-earth notions dwell in the darkest alleyways of metaphysics.
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    * callejón de servicio = service road.
    * callejón oscuro = dark alley.
    * callejón sin salida = blind alley, catch 22, cul-de-sac, dead end, impasse, dead end street, deadlock, standoff.
    * * *
    masculino alley, narrow street
    * * *
    = back alley, side-street, side lane, alley, alleyway.

    Ex: The copy was grubby from use, a paperback with a photographically realistic full-color painting on its cover of an early teenage boy slumped in what looked to me like a corner of a very dirty back alley, a can of Coke in his hand.

    Ex: To gain an idea of the fineness of detail necessary to produce the circuit elements on the chip, imagine a map of the British Isles showing sufficient detail to identify even the narrowest side-street in London.
    Ex: The back entrance is off of Huntington Avenue in a service road/ side lane behind the Prudential Tower.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The Internet: superhighways, virtual alleys and dead end streets'.
    Ex: Upon questioning we find that those eminently pragmatic down-to-earth notions dwell in the darkest alleyways of metaphysics.
    * callejón de servicio = service road.
    * callejón oscuro = dark alley.
    * callejón sin salida = blind alley, catch 22, cul-de-sac, dead end, impasse, dead end street, deadlock, standoff.

    * * *
    alley, narrow street
    Compuesto:
    (literal) dead end, blind alley; (situación difícil) dead end, blind alley
    estábamos en un callejón sin salida we were at o had reached a dead end, we were up a blind alley
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    callejón sustantivo masculino
    alley, narrow street;


    ( situación) dead end
    callejón sustantivo masculino back alley o street
    (sin salida) cul-de-sac, dead end
    ♦ Locuciones: han llevado la situación a un callejón sin salida, the situation is at an impasse
    ' callejón' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    salida
    - pasaje
    English:
    alley
    - blind alley
    - cul-de-sac
    - dead end
    - gun down
    - passage
    - passageway
    - alleyway
    - dead
    - lane
    - stand
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    1. [calle] alley
    callejón sin salida dead end, blind alley; Fig blind alley, impasse;
    la OTAN se ha metido en un callejón sin salida NATO has got itself into a blind alley, NATO is at an impasse
    2. Taurom = barricaded passage between the edge of the bullring and the seats
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    m alley
    * * *
    callejón nm, pl - jones
    1) : alley
    2)
    callejón sin salida : dead-end street
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    callejón n alley

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  • 4 callejón sin salida

    cul-de-sac, dead end, blind alley
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    a) ( calle) dead end, blind alley
    b) ( situación desesperada): el gobierno se encuentra en un callejón sin salida the government can't see its way out of its present situation
    * * *
    (n.) = blind alley, catch 22, cul-de-sac, dead end, impasse, dead end street, deadlock, standoff
    Ex. It is of course possible to stamp 'Withdrawn' on the accessions card, but it would be better not to lead the reader up this blind alley if it can be avoided.
    Ex. The catch 22 aspect of this attempt to reconcile the needs of research and nonresearch libraries is that our central cataloging agency, the Library of Congress (LC), does not provide dual cataloging copy.
    Ex. If no such standards can be observed then, it would seem, romantic fiction along with westerns and detective stories must be regarded as some sort of cul-de-sac and rather stagnant backwater quite separate from the main stream of 'literature'.
    Ex. Shannon's approach proved something of a dead end.
    Ex. This apparent impasse between what we may want to communicate and the way we communicate is resolved by separating the content of information from its representation.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The Internet: superhighways, virtual alleys and dead end streets'.
    Ex. By doing so, they could help break a deadlock that seems to have paralyzed cooperative effort in Britain.
    Ex. A 12-hour standoff ended with a man lobbing Molotov cocktails at police before taking his own life rather than vacate a home he'd lost to foreclosure.
    * * *
    a) ( calle) dead end, blind alley
    b) ( situación desesperada): el gobierno se encuentra en un callejón sin salida the government can't see its way out of its present situation
    * * *
    (n.) = blind alley, catch 22, cul-de-sac, dead end, impasse, dead end street, deadlock, standoff

    Ex: It is of course possible to stamp 'Withdrawn' on the accessions card, but it would be better not to lead the reader up this blind alley if it can be avoided.

    Ex: The catch 22 aspect of this attempt to reconcile the needs of research and nonresearch libraries is that our central cataloging agency, the Library of Congress (LC), does not provide dual cataloging copy.
    Ex: If no such standards can be observed then, it would seem, romantic fiction along with westerns and detective stories must be regarded as some sort of cul-de-sac and rather stagnant backwater quite separate from the main stream of 'literature'.
    Ex: Shannon's approach proved something of a dead end.
    Ex: This apparent impasse between what we may want to communicate and the way we communicate is resolved by separating the content of information from its representation.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The Internet: superhighways, virtual alleys and dead end streets'.
    Ex: By doing so, they could help break a deadlock that seems to have paralyzed cooperative effort in Britain.
    Ex: A 12-hour standoff ended with a man lobbing Molotov cocktails at police before taking his own life rather than vacate a home he'd lost to foreclosure.

    * * *
    blind alley; fig
    dead end

    Spanish-English dictionary > callejón sin salida

  • 5 en cierto grado

    (adj.) = something of
    Ex. Shannon's approach proved something of a dead end.
    * * *
    (adj.) = something of

    Ex: Shannon's approach proved something of a dead end.

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  • 6 calle cerrada

    intj.
    no thoroughfare.
    f.
    dead-end street, cul-de-sac, blind alley, dead end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > calle cerrada

  • 7 sin futuro

    adj.
    without a future, dead-end.

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  • 8 sin porvenir

    adj.
    without a future, dead-end.

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  • 9 alejarse de

    v.
    1 to get away from, to draw away from, to grow away from, to step away from.
    Ella se alejó del incendio She got away from the fire.
    2 to move away from, to retire from, to draw off from.
    Ellos se alejaron del vecindario They moved away from the neighborhood.
    3 to recede from, to retreat from.
    El tornado se alejó de la playa The tornado retreated from the beach.
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    (v.) = move away from, drift away from, wander from, turn away from, cut + Reflexivo + off from, become + detached from, pull away (from), step away from
    Ex. Books, staff and readers will need to move shorter distances in a cubic building than in a linear building or one extended by moving away from a deep plan.
    Ex. When this track is followed, the conversation very quickly drifts away from the book and becomes gossip about ourselves.
    Ex. There is no need to wander from Greg's basic definition.
    Ex. Managers, overwhelmed by a cascade of documents, tend to turn away from print.
    Ex. Evidence indicates that the Dead Sea Scrolls are the remains of the library of an apocalyptic sect who cut themselves off from worldly experience to devote their time to homiletic study.
    Ex. We see the conceptualisation of Indigenous knowledge becoming detached from holistic notions of 'culture' in the human sciences.
    Ex. Recent patterns of decisions have seen the federal government pulling away from its role as a leading player in the information age.
    Ex. In stepping away from the genre's glamorous robberies and flashy lifestyle, this stealthy, potent movie tracks down the British gangster icon to its inevitable end.
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    (v.) = move away from, drift away from, wander from, turn away from, cut + Reflexivo + off from, become + detached from, pull away (from), step away from

    Ex: Books, staff and readers will need to move shorter distances in a cubic building than in a linear building or one extended by moving away from a deep plan.

    Ex: When this track is followed, the conversation very quickly drifts away from the book and becomes gossip about ourselves.
    Ex: There is no need to wander from Greg's basic definition.
    Ex: Managers, overwhelmed by a cascade of documents, tend to turn away from print.
    Ex: Evidence indicates that the Dead Sea Scrolls are the remains of the library of an apocalyptic sect who cut themselves off from worldly experience to devote their time to homiletic study.
    Ex: We see the conceptualisation of Indigenous knowledge becoming detached from holistic notions of 'culture' in the human sciences.
    Ex: Recent patterns of decisions have seen the federal government pulling away from its role as a leading player in the information age.
    Ex: In stepping away from the genre's glamorous robberies and flashy lifestyle, this stealthy, potent movie tracks down the British gangster icon to its inevitable end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alejarse de

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