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  • 301 remover el cielo y la tierra

    (v.) = hunt + high and low, look + high and low, leave + no stone unturned, move + heaven and earth
    Ex. They hunted high and low, even examining the waste-paper baskets, but to no avail.
    Ex. They went backstage and looked high and low for Andre, but he was gone.
    Ex. In out search for Mom's wedding ring, we left no stone unturned.
    Ex. I say in the interests of the club and its supporters, Phil Gartside should swallow his pride and move heaven and earth to get Sam back here.
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    (v.) = hunt + high and low, look + high and low, leave + no stone unturned, move + heaven and earth

    Ex: They hunted high and low, even examining the waste-paper baskets, but to no avail.

    Ex: They went backstage and looked high and low for Andre, but he was gone.
    Ex: In out search for Mom's wedding ring, we left no stone unturned.
    Ex: I say in the interests of the club and its supporters, Phil Gartside should swallow his pride and move heaven and earth to get Sam back here.

    Spanish-English dictionary > remover el cielo y la tierra

  • 302 rodeado de tierra

    (adj.) = land-bound [landbound], land-locked [landlocked]
    Ex. Ultimately, this film is just a land-bound rerun of Jaws, down to the sacrifice of the grizzled, expert hunter so the younger, more clean-cut, family man can face his own fears and prove his prowess.
    Ex. Because Zambia is land-locked, book acquisition is difficult.
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    (adj.) = land-bound [landbound], land-locked [landlocked]

    Ex: Ultimately, this film is just a land-bound rerun of Jaws, down to the sacrifice of the grizzled, expert hunter so the younger, more clean-cut, family man can face his own fears and prove his prowess.

    Ex: Because Zambia is land-locked, book acquisition is difficult.

    Spanish-English dictionary > rodeado de tierra

  • 303 sal de la tierra

    Ex. In the novel, residents of the drought-plagued hamlet of Champaner, egged on by a salt-of-the-earth hothead leader, recklessly accept a sporting challenge thrown down by the commander of the local British troops.
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    Ex: In the novel, residents of the drought-plagued hamlet of Champaner, egged on by a salt-of-the-earth hothead leader, recklessly accept a sporting challenge thrown down by the commander of the local British troops.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sal de la tierra

  • 304 sin pistas

    (adj.) = clueless
    Ex. Well, if you've come this far, and you started off clueless, I must congratulate you for wading through all these explanations.
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    (adj.) = clueless

    Ex: Well, if you've come this far, and you started off clueless, I must congratulate you for wading through all these explanations.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin pistas

  • 305 sobre la tierra

    = on earth, on the face of the earth, on the ground
    Ex. There is no such thing on earth as an uninteresting subject; the only thing that can exist is an uninterested person.
    Ex. E-mail is without question the most powerful method of distributing information on the face of the earth.
    Ex. But bats also appeared to capture insects near and possibly on the ground and near or in vegetation, flew low over water to drink, and pursued each other in aerial dogfights.
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    = on earth, on the face of the earth, on the ground

    Ex: There is no such thing on earth as an uninteresting subject; the only thing that can exist is an uninterested person.

    Ex: E-mail is without question the most powerful method of distributing information on the face of the earth.
    Ex: But bats also appeared to capture insects near and possibly on the ground and near or in vegetation, flew low over water to drink, and pursued each other in aerial dogfights.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sobre la tierra

  • 306 tenis sobre tierra batida

    (n.) = clay tennis, clay court tennis
    Ex. They know how to play clay tennis, but their best days probably are behind.
    Ex. Love it or loathe it, clay court tennis is the modern surface in Europe.
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    (n.) = clay tennis, clay court tennis

    Ex: They know how to play clay tennis, but their best days probably are behind.

    Ex: Love it or loathe it, clay court tennis is the modern surface in Europe.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tenis sobre tierra batida

  • 307 tierra arenosa

    (n.) = sandy soil
    Ex. Hawthorn trees prefer a loamy, sandy soil combination.
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    (n.) = sandy soil

    Ex: Hawthorn trees prefer a loamy, sandy soil combination.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra arenosa

  • 308 tierra baldía

    f.
    waste land, wasteland, bare land, unproductive land.
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    (n.) = wasteland, moor, barren land
    Ex. Eliot somehow suggests that a mix of blood and electricity might yet redeem the petty materialism of the modern world that he had previously seen only as a wasteland.
    Ex. The emperor moth is a European moth that lives in moors.
    Ex. By 1948, a short 26 years after the first tree planting, most of the barren lands had been reforested with healthy pine and spruce plantations.
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    (n.) = wasteland, moor, barren land

    Ex: Eliot somehow suggests that a mix of blood and electricity might yet redeem the petty materialism of the modern world that he had previously seen only as a wasteland.

    Ex: The emperor moth is a European moth that lives in moors.
    Ex: By 1948, a short 26 years after the first tree planting, most of the barren lands had been reforested with healthy pine and spruce plantations.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra baldía

  • 309 tierra buena

    (n.) = good soil
    Ex. A good soil is one that is high in organic matter.
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    (n.) = good soil

    Ex: A good soil is one that is high in organic matter.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra buena

  • 310 tierra cenagosa

    (n.) = loamy soil
    Ex. Hawthorn trees prefer a loamy, sandy soil combination.
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    (n.) = loamy soil

    Ex: Hawthorn trees prefer a loamy, sandy soil combination.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra cenagosa

  • 311 tierra cultivable

    f.
    arable land, farmland, arable.
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    (n.) = arable land
    Ex. Human population in the world continues to grow, but arable land is limited especially in less developed countries.
    * * *

    Ex: Human population in the world continues to grow, but arable land is limited especially in less developed countries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra cultivable

  • 312 tierra de cultivo

    (n.) = soil, farmland [farm land]
    Ex. Wide, voracious, indiscriminate reading is the base soil from which discrimination and taste eventually grow.
    Ex. Alternative uses for farmland include conversion to golf courses, dry ski slopes, hotels, film locations, animal sanctuaries, and campsites.
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    (n.) = soil, farmland [farm land]

    Ex: Wide, voracious, indiscriminate reading is the base soil from which discrimination and taste eventually grow.

    Ex: Alternative uses for farmland include conversion to golf courses, dry ski slopes, hotels, film locations, animal sanctuaries, and campsites.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra de cultivo

  • 313 tierra de labranza

    (n.) = farmland [farm land]
    Ex. Alternative uses for farmland include conversion to golf courses, dry ski slopes, hotels, film locations, animal sanctuaries, and campsites.
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    (n.) = farmland [farm land]

    Ex: Alternative uses for farmland include conversion to golf courses, dry ski slopes, hotels, film locations, animal sanctuaries, and campsites.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra de labranza

  • 314 tierra de pastoreo

    (n.) = pasture land
    Ex. The informality of the modern library provides one of the richest pasture lands of all for breeding reading people = La informalidad de la biblioteca moderna ofrece una de las tierras de pasto más ricas de todas para producir gente lectora.
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    Ex: The informality of the modern library provides one of the richest pasture lands of all for breeding reading people = La informalidad de la biblioteca moderna ofrece una de las tierras de pasto más ricas de todas para producir gente lectora.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra de pastoreo

  • 315 tierra de pastos

    (n.) = pasture land
    Ex. The informality of the modern library provides one of the richest pasture lands of all for breeding reading people = La informalidad de la biblioteca moderna ofrece una de las tierras de pasto más ricas de todas para producir gente lectora.
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    Ex: The informality of the modern library provides one of the richest pasture lands of all for breeding reading people = La informalidad de la biblioteca moderna ofrece una de las tierras de pasto más ricas de todas para producir gente lectora.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra de pastos

  • 316 tierra desconocida

    Ex. Literacy work is to some degree something of a ' terra incognita' for librarians.
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    Ex: Literacy work is to some degree something of a ' terra incognita' for librarians.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra desconocida

  • 317 tierra en barbecho

    (n.) = fallow land
    Ex. Tests were conducted on stubble and fallow land on three soil types.
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    Ex: Tests were conducted on stubble and fallow land on three soil types.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra en barbecho

  • 318 tierra fértil

    f.
    fertile soil.
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    (n.) = sod, loam
    Ex. Insulation techniques helpful to energy conservation are: more use of below surface areas; the mounding of earth against outside walls; sod roofs; and the correct use of glass.
    Ex. The trees are hardy, and suitable for cultivation on a sandy loam soil.
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    (n.) = sod, loam

    Ex: Insulation techniques helpful to energy conservation are: more use of below surface areas; the mounding of earth against outside walls; sod roofs; and the correct use of glass.

    Ex: The trees are hardy, and suitable for cultivation on a sandy loam soil.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra fértil

  • 319 tierra lejana

    (n.) = far off land
    Ex. The mementoes from far off lands in drawing rooms and museums constitute another imaginary land in which the idea of foreign cultures is shaped.
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    Ex: The mementoes from far off lands in drawing rooms and museums constitute another imaginary land in which the idea of foreign cultures is shaped.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra lejana

  • 320 tierra mala

    (n.) = poor soil
    Ex. Some purists feel that a rock garden should contain only those plants which grow naturally on rocky slopes in poor soil.
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    (n.) = poor soil

    Ex: Some purists feel that a rock garden should contain only those plants which grow naturally on rocky slopes in poor soil.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra mala

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