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knowledge-based

  • 1 Nombre + a gran escala

    = broad scale + Nombre
    Ex. This article describes a knowledge based geographic information system for the broad scale mapping of dryland salinity in the Western Australian wheatbelt.
    * * *
    = broad scale + Nombre

    Ex: This article describes a knowledge based geographic information system for the broad scale mapping of dryland salinity in the Western Australian wheatbelt.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Nombre + a gran escala

  • 2 asociar

    v.
    1 to associate.
    El abogado asoció a su yerno The lawyer associated his son-in-law.
    2 to take into partnership (commerce).
    3 to correlate, to associate, to bracket, to chain.
    Ella asoció los datos y lo supo She correlated the data and found it out.
    * * *
    1 to associate (a/con, with), connect, link
    2 COMERCIO to take into partnership
    1 (relacionarse) to be associated (a/con, with)
    2 COMERCIO to collaborate, form a partnership, become partners
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=relacionar) to associate, connect

    asociar algo con algo — to associate sth with sth, connect sth with sth

    asocio el azahar con AndalucíaI associate o connect orange blossom with Andalusia

    me suena, pero no puedo asociarlo con nada — I know him, but I don't know where from o but I can't place him

    2) (Com, Econ) to take into partnership
    3) (=unir) [+ recursos] to pool, put together
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <ideas/palabras> to associate

    asociar algo/a alguien con algo/alguien: no logro asociarla con nada I can't place her; asociaba aquel lugar con su niñez — he associated that place with his childhood

    2.
    asociarse v pron
    a) empresas/comerciantes to collaborate
    b) hechos/factores to combine
    c) (a grupo, club)
    d) (a idea, sentimiento)

    asociarse a algo: nos asociamos al duelo nacional we share in the nation's grief; me asocio a lo expresado por mi colega — I agree with o (frml) concur with the views expressed by my colleague

    * * *
    = associate, tie together, couple.
    Ex. Lower specificity will be associated with lower precision but high recall.
    Ex. Time is automatically recorded to tie the two records together.
    Ex. The author describes a model for coupling hypertext and a knowledge based system.
    ----
    * asociar (a) = tie (to).
    * asociarse = team, partner.
    * asociarse a = become + allied with.
    * asociarse a/con = team up (with).
    * asociarse con = associate + Reflexivo + with, partner with.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <ideas/palabras> to associate

    asociar algo/a alguien con algo/alguien: no logro asociarla con nada I can't place her; asociaba aquel lugar con su niñez — he associated that place with his childhood

    2.
    asociarse v pron
    a) empresas/comerciantes to collaborate
    b) hechos/factores to combine
    c) (a grupo, club)
    d) (a idea, sentimiento)

    asociarse a algo: nos asociamos al duelo nacional we share in the nation's grief; me asocio a lo expresado por mi colega — I agree with o (frml) concur with the views expressed by my colleague

    * * *
    = associate, tie together, couple.

    Ex: Lower specificity will be associated with lower precision but high recall.

    Ex: Time is automatically recorded to tie the two records together.
    Ex: The author describes a model for coupling hypertext and a knowledge based system.
    * asociar (a) = tie (to).
    * asociarse = team, partner.
    * asociarse a = become + allied with.
    * asociarse a/con = team up (with).
    * asociarse con = associate + Reflexivo + with, partner with.

    * * *
    asociar [A1 ]
    vt
    ‹ideas/palabras› to associate asociar algo/a algn CON algo/algn to associate sth/sb WITH sth/sb
    asociaba aquel lugar con su niñez/su madre he associated that place with his childhood/his mother
    no logro asociarla con nada I can't place her, I can't think where I know her from
    1 «empresas/comerciantes» to collaborate asociarse CON algn to go into partnership WITH sb
    se asoció con su cuñado para montar el negocio he went into partnership with his brother-in-law to start the business
    2 «hechos/factores» to combine
    3 (a un grupo, club) asociarse A algo to become a member OF sth
    se asoció a un grupo ecologista he became a member of o joined an ecologist group
    4 (a una idea, un sentimiento) asociarse A algo:
    nos asociamos al duelo nacional we share in the nation's grief
    me asocio a lo expresado por mi colega I agree with o ( frml) concur with the views expressed by my colleague
    * * *

    asociar ( conjugate asociar) verbo transitivoideas/palabras to associate;
    asociar algo/a algn con algo/algn to associate sth/sb with sth/sb;

    asociarse verbo pronominal
    a) [empresas/comerciantes] to collaborate;

    asociarse con algn to go into partnership with sb
    b) [hechos/factores] to combine

    c) (a grupo, club) asociarse a algo to become a member of sth

    asociar verbo transitivo to associate
    ' asociar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    unir
    English:
    associate
    - connect
    - couple
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    vt
    1. [relacionar] to associate;
    asocia el verano a o [m5] con la playa she associates summer with the seaside
    2. Com
    asoció a sus hijos a la empresa he made his sons partners in the firm
    * * *
    v/t associate;
    asociar a alguien con algo associate s.o. with sth
    * * *
    1) : to associate, to connect
    2) : to pool (resources)
    3) : to take into partnership
    * * *
    asociar vb (relacionar) to associate

    Spanish-English dictionary > asociar

  • 3 atasco

    m.
    1 blockage.
    2 traffic hold-up, traffic jam.
    3 obstruction, clog, blockage, blocking.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: atascar.
    * * *
    1 (acción) obstruction, blockage
    2 (de tráfico) traffic jam
    * * *
    noun m.
    2) obstruction, blockage
    * * *
    SM (=obstrucción) obstruction, blockage; (Aut) traffic jam
    * * *
    a) ( de tráfico) traffic jam; ( en proceso) holdup, delay
    b) ( en tubería) blockage
    * * *
    = bottleneck, traffic jam, snarl-up, jam, traffic congestion, congestion, gridlock traffic.
    Ex. A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.
    Ex. Compressed image formats such as BMP, DIB, TIFF, GIF and JPEG, have been designed to reduce traffic jams on the information highway.
    Ex. However, taxi is a more advisable option considering the never-ending Bangkok traffic snarl-up, especially during the rush hour.
    Ex. Plus, being at the mercy of train signals and jams on the roads is not my idea of a good start to the day.
    Ex. Traffic congestion leads to reduced quality of life as motorists arrive at their destination frustrated and fatigued.
    Ex. The transmission of data on the conventional telephone network is inconvenient because it takes up the available channels for longer times than the average conversation thus causing congestion.
    Ex. But the truth is, when we are in gridlock traffic, we have to wait whether we like it or not.
    ----
    * atasco de papel = paper jam.
    * atasco de tráfico = tailback.
    * atascos = logjam [log-jam].
    * * *
    a) ( de tráfico) traffic jam; ( en proceso) holdup, delay
    b) ( en tubería) blockage
    * * *
    = bottleneck, traffic jam, snarl-up, jam, traffic congestion, congestion, gridlock traffic.

    Ex: A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.

    Ex: Compressed image formats such as BMP, DIB, TIFF, GIF and JPEG, have been designed to reduce traffic jams on the information highway.
    Ex: However, taxi is a more advisable option considering the never-ending Bangkok traffic snarl-up, especially during the rush hour.
    Ex: Plus, being at the mercy of train signals and jams on the roads is not my idea of a good start to the day.
    Ex: Traffic congestion leads to reduced quality of life as motorists arrive at their destination frustrated and fatigued.
    Ex: The transmission of data on the conventional telephone network is inconvenient because it takes up the available channels for longer times than the average conversation thus causing congestion.
    Ex: But the truth is, when we are in gridlock traffic, we have to wait whether we like it or not.
    * atasco de papel = paper jam.
    * atasco de tráfico = tailback.
    * atascos = logjam [log-jam].

    * * *
    1 (de tráfico) traffic jam, jam ( colloq); (en un proceso) holdup, delay
    no hemos tenido más que problemas y atascos we've had nothing but problems and holdups
    hay un atasco en el desagüe the drain's blocked, there's a blockage in the drain
    * * *

    Del verbo atascar: ( conjugate atascar)

    atasco es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    atascó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    atascar    
    atasco
    atascar ( conjugate atascar) verbo transitivo

    b) (Méx) ‹ motor to stall

    atascarse verbo pronominal
    1
    a) [cañería/fregadero] to block, get blocked


    2

    b) (Méx) [ motor] to stall

    atasco sustantivo masculino

    ( en proceso) holdup, delay

    atascar vtr (obstruir) to block, obstruct
    atasco sustantivo masculino traffic jam
    ' atasco' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    embotellar
    - estrechamiento
    - tapón
    English:
    blockage
    - bottleneck
    - gridlock
    - hold-up
    - jam
    - tail back
    - tailback
    - traffic jam
    - hold
    - traffic
    * * *
    atasco nm
    1. [obstrucción] blockage
    2. [de vehículos] traffic jam;
    Fig
    se ha producido un atasco en las negociaciones the negotiations have stalled
    * * *
    m AUTO traffic jam;
    * * *
    atasco nm
    1) : blockage
    2) embotellamiento: traffic jam
    * * *
    atasco n (de coches) traffic jam

    Spanish-English dictionary > atasco

  • 4 basado

    adj.
    based.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: basar.
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    * aprendizaje basado en la memorización = rote learning.
    * basado en casos prácticos reales = case-based [case based].
    * basado en criterios = criteria-based.
    * basado en datos objetivos = informed.
    * basado en discos ópticos = optical disc based.
    * basado en el autor = author-based.
    * basado en el comentario personal = reportage-based.
    * basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-based.
    * basado en el desarrollo de destrezas prácticas = competency based.
    * basado en el empleado = employee-centered.
    * basado en el estudiante = student-centred.
    * basado en el hombre = human-centred [human-centered, -USA].
    * basado en el microordenador = micro-based.
    * basado en el objeto = artefact-centred [artefact-centered, -USA].
    * basado en el papel = paper-based.
    * basado en el rendimiento = performance-based.
    * basado en el tiempo = time-based.
    * basado en el trabajo en equipo = team-based.
    * basado en el usuario = use-based, client-centred [client-centered, -USA].
    * basado en facetas = facet-based.
    * basado en fichas = card-based.
    * basado en ideogramas = ideographic.
    * basado en imágenes gráficas = graphics-based.
    * basado en índices = index-based.
    * basado en Internet = Internet-based.
    * basado en la adquisición de contenidos teóricos = content based.
    * basado en la biblioteca = library-based.
    * basado en la calidad = quality-oriented.
    * basado en la colección = collection-centred, materials-centred [materials-centered], collection-based.
    * basado en la evidencia = evidence based [evidence-based].
    * basado en la evidencia empírica = evidence based [evidence-based].
    * basado en la información = information-based, information-intensive.
    * basado en la inteligencia artificial = AI-based.
    * basado en la lectura = book-centred.
    * basado en la OCLC = OCLC-based.
    * basado en la práctica = empirically-based, grounded in practice, practice-based.
    * basado en la realidad = reality-based.
    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * basado en las imágenes = image intensive.
    * basado en la tecnología = technologically-based, technology-based, technology-centred [technology-centered, -USA].
    * basado en la teoría = grounded in theory.
    * basado en la TI = IT-based.
    * basado en los costes = cost-based [cost based].
    * basado en los datos = data-driven.
    * basado en los objetos = object-specific.
    * basado en los recursos = resource-based.
    * basado en manualidades = craft-based.
    * basado en mapas = map-based.
    * basado en material impreso = print-based.
    * basado en microfichas = microfiche-based.
    * basado en OSI = OSI-based.
    * basado en Pascal = Pascal-based.
    * basado en película = film-based [film based].
    * basado en principios = principled.
    * basado en tablas = table-driven.
    * basado en tecnología web = Web-based.
    * basado en un gestor de bases de datos = DBMS-based.
    * basado en un método empírico = enquiry-based [inquiry-based, -USA].
    * basado en un método práctico = enquiry-based [inquiry-based, -USA].
    * basado en ventanas = window-based.
    * contrato basado en las diferencias de género = gender contract.
    * economía basada en el conocimiento = knowledge driven economy.
    * enseñanza basada en los resultados finales = outcome based education.
    * estudio basado en un cuestionario = questionnaire survey.
    * método basado en modelos = modelling approach [modeling approach, -USA].
    * sistema basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-base system.
    * sistema basado en las imágenes = image-based system.
    * sociedad basada en el conocimiento = knowledge based society.
    * tarifa basada en la utilización de un servicio = traffic-based pricing.
    * * *
    * aprendizaje basado en la memorización = rote learning.
    * basado en casos prácticos reales = case-based [case based].
    * basado en criterios = criteria-based.
    * basado en datos objetivos = informed.
    * basado en discos ópticos = optical disc based.
    * basado en el autor = author-based.
    * basado en el comentario personal = reportage-based.
    * basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-based.
    * basado en el desarrollo de destrezas prácticas = competency based.
    * basado en el empleado = employee-centered.
    * basado en el estudiante = student-centred.
    * basado en el hombre = human-centred [human-centered, -USA].
    * basado en el microordenador = micro-based.
    * basado en el objeto = artefact-centred [artefact-centered, -USA].
    * basado en el papel = paper-based.
    * basado en el rendimiento = performance-based.
    * basado en el tiempo = time-based.
    * basado en el trabajo en equipo = team-based.
    * basado en el usuario = use-based, client-centred [client-centered, -USA].
    * basado en facetas = facet-based.
    * basado en fichas = card-based.
    * basado en ideogramas = ideographic.
    * basado en imágenes gráficas = graphics-based.
    * basado en índices = index-based.
    * basado en Internet = Internet-based.
    * basado en la adquisición de contenidos teóricos = content based.
    * basado en la biblioteca = library-based.
    * basado en la calidad = quality-oriented.
    * basado en la colección = collection-centred, materials-centred [materials-centered], collection-based.
    * basado en la evidencia = evidence based [evidence-based].
    * basado en la evidencia empírica = evidence based [evidence-based].
    * basado en la información = information-based, information-intensive.
    * basado en la inteligencia artificial = AI-based.
    * basado en la lectura = book-centred.
    * basado en la OCLC = OCLC-based.
    * basado en la práctica = empirically-based, grounded in practice, practice-based.
    * basado en la realidad = reality-based.
    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * basado en las imágenes = image intensive.
    * basado en la tecnología = technologically-based, technology-based, technology-centred [technology-centered, -USA].
    * basado en la teoría = grounded in theory.
    * basado en la TI = IT-based.
    * basado en los costes = cost-based [cost based].
    * basado en los datos = data-driven.
    * basado en los objetos = object-specific.
    * basado en los recursos = resource-based.
    * basado en manualidades = craft-based.
    * basado en mapas = map-based.
    * basado en material impreso = print-based.
    * basado en microfichas = microfiche-based.
    * basado en OSI = OSI-based.
    * basado en Pascal = Pascal-based.
    * basado en película = film-based [film based].
    * basado en principios = principled.
    * basado en tablas = table-driven.
    * basado en tecnología web = Web-based.
    * basado en un gestor de bases de datos = DBMS-based.
    * basado en un método empírico = enquiry-based [inquiry-based, -USA].
    * basado en un método práctico = enquiry-based [inquiry-based, -USA].
    * basado en ventanas = window-based.
    * contrato basado en las diferencias de género = gender contract.
    * economía basada en el conocimiento = knowledge driven economy.
    * enseñanza basada en los resultados finales = outcome based education.
    * estudio basado en un cuestionario = questionnaire survey.
    * método basado en modelos = modelling approach [modeling approach, -USA].
    * sistema basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-base system.
    * sistema basado en las imágenes = image-based system.
    * sociedad basada en el conocimiento = knowledge based society.
    * tarifa basada en la utilización de un servicio = traffic-based pricing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado

  • 5 basado en el conocimiento

    (adj.) = knowledge-based
    Ex. In order to solve these problems, we propose a knowledge-based approach to Chinese information retrieval.
    * * *

    Ex: In order to solve these problems, we propose a knowledge-based approach to Chinese information retrieval.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basado en el conocimiento

  • 6 combinar

    v.
    1 to combine.
    combina lo práctico con lo barato it is both practical and cheap
    Ella combina minerales She combines minerals.
    Ella combina trabajo y placer She combines business with pleasure.
    Ella combina posibilidades She permutes possibilities.
    2 to mix (bebidas).
    3 to match (colores).
    4 to arrange, to organize.
    5 to bind.
    * * *
    1 (gen) to combine
    2 (disponer) to arrange, plan
    3 QUÍMICA to combine
    4 (colores) to match ( con, -), go ( con, with)
    1 (ponerse de acuerdo) to get together
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ esfuerzos, movimientos] to combine; [+ colores] to match, mix
    2) [+ plan, proyecto] to devise, work out
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) < ingredientes> to combine, mix together
    b) < colores> to put together

    combinar algo con algo: combinar el rojo con el violeta to put red and purple together; no puedes combinar esa falda con ese jersey — you can't wear that skirt with that sweater

    c) (Quím) to combine
    d) ( reunir) to combine
    2.
    combinar vi colores/ropa to go together
    3.
    combinarse v pron
    b) (Quím) to combine
    * * *
    = bridge, combine (together), link, marry, perform + combination, pick and mix, coalesce, blend, mix and match, piece together, concatenate, conflate, mingle (with), mesh, bundle, federate, couple, mix, mash up, conjoin, conjugate, commingle.
    Ex. BLAISE offers a variety of services bridging the cataloguing and information retrieval functions.
    Ex. Search aids are available in the form of logical statements which combine terms in order to be able to trace subjects according to a more specific document profile.
    Ex. These references operate in a similar fashion whether they are used to link authors' names or subject headings.
    Ex. At that time OCLC was already going strong, and we tried to find some backing from the State of New York and possibly from the federal government to marry those two systems.
    Ex. If a search involves more than a single term, the system searches for each term separately, and reports intermediate results before performing the combination.
    Ex. Modular courses are already in place from which a student can pick and mix.
    Ex. Mayo's conclusion was that 'the singling out of certain groups of employees for special attention had the effect of coalescing previously indifferent individuals into cohesive groups with a high degree of group ride or esprit-de-corps'.
    Ex. In her last appraisal they had observed how she blended many attractive personal qualities with intelligence, energy, and determination.
    Ex. It is possible to mix and match from copyright law, patent law and trade secret and contract law, and the choice of avenue offering the best protection will depend upon many variables.
    Ex. During his stay in Laputa, Captain Gulliver was very impressed by a book-writing machine which produced fragments of sentences which were dictated to scribes and later pieced together.
    Ex. Individual files are concatenated to allow a full Boolean search to all files simultaneously.
    Ex. Authors did not always read proofs; revises might be omitted and routines conflated.
    Ex. Not so long ago, the far off lands existed, to most people, in their imagination where they mingled with fairy tales and imaginary stories.
    Ex. Meshing together the many means of communication remains the central task of libraries and this task continues to require financial support = La tarea central de las bibliotecas sigue siendo la de combinar los númerosos medios de comunicación, algo que continúa necesitando apoyo económico.
    Ex. CD-ROM products that combine, or bundle, related information services will be at the forefront because of their usefulness to end-users.
    Ex. The usefulness of the many online periodicals and scientific digital libraries that exist today is limited by the inability to federate these resources through a unified interface.
    Ex. The author describes a model for coupling hypertext and a knowledge based system.
    Ex. Plaster was mixed with water and poured over the type, and allowed to set; when it had hardened it was lifted off the page (the oil preventing it from sticking to the type), and baked hard in an oven.
    Ex. The name comes from pop music, where DJs have made a hobby out of mashing up multiple, disparate songs to create new sounds.
    Ex. The grotesque is an effect achieved by conjoining disparate framents which do not realistically belong together.
    Ex. The problema can be solved by conjugating two bare hard disks.
    Ex. By mixing the marital property (your paycheck) with the separate property (your inheritance), you have ' commingled' them, and they cannot be considered separate property anymore.
    ----
    * combinar Algo con Algo = marry + Nombre + with + Nombre.
    * combinar con = intersperse with.
    * combinar en = meld (in/into).
    * combinar intereses = bridge + interests.
    * que combina diferentes tipos de re = multi-source [multi source].
    * volver a combinar = recombine [re-combine].
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) < ingredientes> to combine, mix together
    b) < colores> to put together

    combinar algo con algo: combinar el rojo con el violeta to put red and purple together; no puedes combinar esa falda con ese jersey — you can't wear that skirt with that sweater

    c) (Quím) to combine
    d) ( reunir) to combine
    2.
    combinar vi colores/ropa to go together
    3.
    combinarse v pron
    b) (Quím) to combine
    * * *
    = bridge, combine (together), link, marry, perform + combination, pick and mix, coalesce, blend, mix and match, piece together, concatenate, conflate, mingle (with), mesh, bundle, federate, couple, mix, mash up, conjoin, conjugate, commingle.

    Ex: BLAISE offers a variety of services bridging the cataloguing and information retrieval functions.

    Ex: Search aids are available in the form of logical statements which combine terms in order to be able to trace subjects according to a more specific document profile.
    Ex: These references operate in a similar fashion whether they are used to link authors' names or subject headings.
    Ex: At that time OCLC was already going strong, and we tried to find some backing from the State of New York and possibly from the federal government to marry those two systems.
    Ex: If a search involves more than a single term, the system searches for each term separately, and reports intermediate results before performing the combination.
    Ex: Modular courses are already in place from which a student can pick and mix.
    Ex: Mayo's conclusion was that 'the singling out of certain groups of employees for special attention had the effect of coalescing previously indifferent individuals into cohesive groups with a high degree of group ride or esprit-de-corps'.
    Ex: In her last appraisal they had observed how she blended many attractive personal qualities with intelligence, energy, and determination.
    Ex: It is possible to mix and match from copyright law, patent law and trade secret and contract law, and the choice of avenue offering the best protection will depend upon many variables.
    Ex: During his stay in Laputa, Captain Gulliver was very impressed by a book-writing machine which produced fragments of sentences which were dictated to scribes and later pieced together.
    Ex: Individual files are concatenated to allow a full Boolean search to all files simultaneously.
    Ex: Authors did not always read proofs; revises might be omitted and routines conflated.
    Ex: Not so long ago, the far off lands existed, to most people, in their imagination where they mingled with fairy tales and imaginary stories.
    Ex: Meshing together the many means of communication remains the central task of libraries and this task continues to require financial support = La tarea central de las bibliotecas sigue siendo la de combinar los númerosos medios de comunicación, algo que continúa necesitando apoyo económico.
    Ex: CD-ROM products that combine, or bundle, related information services will be at the forefront because of their usefulness to end-users.
    Ex: The usefulness of the many online periodicals and scientific digital libraries that exist today is limited by the inability to federate these resources through a unified interface.
    Ex: The author describes a model for coupling hypertext and a knowledge based system.
    Ex: Plaster was mixed with water and poured over the type, and allowed to set; when it had hardened it was lifted off the page (the oil preventing it from sticking to the type), and baked hard in an oven.
    Ex: The name comes from pop music, where DJs have made a hobby out of mashing up multiple, disparate songs to create new sounds.
    Ex: The grotesque is an effect achieved by conjoining disparate framents which do not realistically belong together.
    Ex: The problema can be solved by conjugating two bare hard disks.
    Ex: By mixing the marital property (your paycheck) with the separate property (your inheritance), you have ' commingled' them, and they cannot be considered separate property anymore.
    * combinar Algo con Algo = marry + Nombre + with + Nombre.
    * combinar con = intersperse with.
    * combinar en = meld (in/into).
    * combinar intereses = bridge + interests.
    * que combina diferentes tipos de re = multi-source [multi source].
    * volver a combinar = recombine [re-combine].

    * * *
    combinar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹ingredientes› to combine, mix together
    2 ‹colores› to put together
    no se puede combinar esos dos colores you can't put those two colors together
    no sabe combinar la ropa he isn't very good at coordinating clothes
    combinar algo CON algo:
    me gusta la falda pero no tengo con qué combinarla I like the skirt but I have nothing to wear with it o to go with it
    ¿a quién se le ocurre combinar el rojo con el violeta? how could you think of putting red and purple together?
    no puedes combinar esa falda con ese jersey you can't wear that skirt with that sweater
    3 ( Quím) to combine
    4 (reunir) to combine
    ■ combinar
    vi
    «colores/ropa»: combinar CON algo; to go WITH sth
    quiero un bolso que combine con estos zapatos I want a bag that goes with o to go with these shoes
    1
    «personas» (ponerse de acuerdo): se combinaron para sorprenderlo they got together to give him a surprise
    se combinaron para gastarle una broma they got together o ganged up to play a trick on him
    nos combinamos para estar allí a las seis we all arranged to be there at six
    2 ( Quím) to combine
    * * *

     

    combinar ( conjugate combinar) verbo transitivo


    ropa to coordinate;

    verbo intransitivo [colores/ropa] to go together;
    combinar con algo to go with sth
    combinar verbo transitivo, to combine, mix: hay que saber combinar estos dos sabores, you need to know how to best combine these two flavours
    ' combinar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    calor
    - entonar
    - ir
    - mezclar
    - pegar
    - compaginar
    - salir
    - sintetizar
    English:
    blend
    - combine
    - match
    - merge
    - coordinate
    - go
    - mix
    * * *
    vt
    1. [unir, mezclar] to combine;
    combina lo práctico con lo barato it is both practical and cheap
    2. [bebidas] to mix
    3. [colores] to match
    4. [planificar] to arrange, to organize;
    combinan sus horarios para que siempre haya alguien en casa they arrange the hours they work so there's always somebody at home
    5. Mat to permute
    6. Quím to combine
    vi
    [colores, ropa]
    combinar con to go with;
    no tengo nada que combine con estos pantalones I haven't got anything to go o that goes with these trousers
    * * *
    v/t combine
    * * *
    1) unir: to combine, to mix together
    2) : to match, to put together
    * * *
    1. (en general) to combine
    2. (tener armonía) to match / to go with

    Spanish-English dictionary > combinar

  • 7 conocimiento

    m.
    1 knowledge.
    hablar/actuar con conocimiento de causa to know what one is talking about/doing
    poner algo en conocimiento de alguien to bring something to somebody's attention, to inform somebody of something
    tener conocimiento de algo to be aware of something
    ha llegado a mi conocimiento que estás insatisfecho it has come to my attention that you are not happy
    2 consciousness (sentido, conciencia).
    perder/recobrar el conocimiento to lose/regain consciousness
    estaba tumbado en el suelo, sin conocimiento he was lying unconscious on the floor
    3 awareness, consciousness, cognizance.
    * * *
    1 (In 1, also used in plural with the same meaning) (saber) knowledge
    2 (sensatez) good sense
    3 (conciencia) consciousness
    \
    con conocimiento de causa with full knowledge of the facts
    perder el conocimiento to lose consciousness
    poner algo en conocimiento de alguien to make something known to somebody, inform somebody of something
    recobrar el conocimiento to regain consciousness, come round
    tener conocimiento de algo to know about something
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=saber) knowledge

    conocimientos(=nociones) knowledge sing

    mis pocos conocimientos de filosofía/cocina — my limited knowledge of philosophy/cookery

    2) (=información) knowledge

    dar conocimiento de algo, dimos conocimiento del robo a la policía — we informed the police about the robbery

    llegar a conocimiento de algn — to come to sb's attention o notice

    tener conocimiento de algo, aún no tenemos conocimiento de su detención — we still do not know that he has been arrested

    desea ponerlo en conocimiento público — he wants it brought to the public's attention, he wishes it to be made public

    conocimiento de causa, hacer algo con conocimiento de causa — to be fully aware of what one is doing

    3) (=consciencia) consciousness

    recobrar o recuperar el conocimiento — to regain consciousness

    4) (=sentido común) common sense
    5) (Jur) cognizance frm
    6) (Com)
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( saber) knowledge
    b) conocimientos masculino plural ( nociones) knowledge
    2) (frml) ( información)

    dar conocimiento de algo a alguiento inform o (frml) apprise somebody of something

    pongo en su conocimiento que... — (Corresp) I am writing to inform you that...

    con conocimiento de causa: obró con conocimiento de causa (frml) he took this step, fully aware of what the consequences would be; hablo con conocimiento de causa — I know what I'm talking about

    3) ( sentido) consciousness

    perder/recobrar el conocimiento — to lose/regain consciousness

    aún es pequeño, no tiene todavía conocimiento — he's not old enough to understand

    * * *
    = cognition, competency, enlightenment, expertise, familiarisation [familiarization, -USA], familiarity, insight, knowledge, learning, acquaintance, understanding, cognisance [cognizance, -USA], connoisseurship, consciousness.
    Ex. The information-processing model of cognition, and developments in artificial intelligence encourage such comparisons = El modelo de la cognición sobre el procesamiento de la información de y los avances de la inteligencia artificial fomentan este tipo de comparaciones.
    Ex. SLIS programmes intended to 'produce' librarians with competency in the use of IT have to be designed.
    Ex. Considered as necessary work in the interest of humanity and general enlightenment, bibliography gains ground as the years pass.
    Ex. Its primary function is to provide a centre for software and hardware expertise for its members.
    Ex. Step 1 Familiarisation: This first step involves the indexer in becoming conversant with the subject content of the document to be indexed.
    Ex. The most effective searchers are those who have both system experience and some familiarity with the subject area in which they are searching.
    Ex. The human indexer works mechanically and rapidly; he should require no insight into the document content.
    Ex. These factors form the basis of the problems in identifying a satisfactory subject approach, and start to explain the vast array of different tolls used in the subject approach to knowledge.
    Ex. It is the responsibility of educators to stretch their student's intellects, hone their skills of intuitive judgment and synthesis, and build a love of learning that will sustain them beyond the level of formal education.
    Ex. It is only with accumulating experience and many years of close study and acquaintance with bibliographic works that a really substantial body of knowledge of the potential of bibliographic sources is acquired.
    Ex. We librarians ought to have a clearer understanding of our stock-in-trade (books) and their function of social mechanism.
    Ex. The passive cognisance of growth causes considerable difficulties = El conocimiento pasivo del crecimiento causa dificultades importantes.
    Ex. This book explores the underlying institutional factors that help museum-based connoisseurship and aestheticism and university-based critical theory and revisionist scholarship exist.
    Ex. For example, the latter are unlikely to engage themselves in conservation issues as these now press upon the professional consciousness of librarians.
    ----
    * actualizar los conocimientos = upgrade + Posesivo + skills.
    * adquirir conocimiento = gain + knowledge, glean + knowledge, acquire + knowledge, build up + knowledge.
    * ampliar el conocimiento = expand + Posesivo + knowledge, expand + Posesivo + knowledge, widen + knowledge, broaden + knowledge, deepen + understanding.
    * ampliar las fronteras del conocimiento = push back + the frontiers of knowledge.
    * análisis de áreas del conocimiento = domain analysis.
    * análisis de dominios del conocimiento = domain analysis.
    * aprendizaje rico en conocimiento = knowledge-rich learning.
    * área de conocimiento = area of study.
    * área del conocimiento = area of knowledge, discipline, subject field, field of activity, knowledge domain, discipline of knowledge.
    * aumentar el conocimiento = expand + Posesivo + knowledge, deepen + awareness.
    * aumento del conocimiento = knowledge building.
    * bannco de conocimiento = knowledge bank.
    * basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-based.
    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * bibliotecario con conocimientos de medicina = informationist.
    * búsqueda del conocimiento = quest for/of knowledge.
    * campo del conocimiento = field of knowledge.
    * centrado en el conocimiento = knowledge-centric.
    * ciencia del conocimiento = cognitive science.
    * compartir el conocimiento = knowledge sharing, pool + knowledge.
    * con conocimiento = authoritatively.
    * con conocimiento básico en el manejo de la información = information literate [information-literate].
    * con conocimiento básico en el uso de la biblioteca = library literate [library-literate].
    * con conocimiento de = appreciative of, conversant with.
    * con conocimiento de causa = knowingly, knowingly.
    * con conocimiento de informática = computer literate [computer-literate].
    * con conocimiento en el uso de Internet = Internet-savvy.
    * con conocimientos en = versed in.
    * con conocimientos sobre el correo electrónico = e-mail literate.
    * con el conocimiento de que = on the understanding that.
    * conjunto de conocimientos = body of knowledge.
    * conocimiento académico = academic knowledge.
    * conocimiento acumulado sobre un tema = lore.
    * conocimiento básico = working familiarity, working knowledge.
    * conocimiento científico = scientific knowledge.
    * conocimiento compartido = knowledge sharing.
    * conocimiento de base = foundation study.
    * conocimiento de cómo sobrevivir en el bosque = woodcraft.
    * conocimiento de embarque = bill of lading.
    * conocimiento de la existencia = awareness.
    * conocimiento de lengua = language skill.
    * conocimiento del objeto = object knowledge.
    * conocimiento de los diferentes soportes = media competency.
    * conocimiento detallado = intimate knowledge.
    * conocimiento de un área temática = area knowledge.
    * conocimiento documentado = recorded knowledge.
    * conocimiento enciclopédico = factual knowledge.
    * conocimiento en tecnología = technological skill.
    * conocimiento específico = expert knowledge.
    * conocimiento experto = expert knowledge, expertise.
    * conocimiento explícito = explicit knowledge.
    * conocimiento factual = declarative knowledge.
    * conocimiento humano = human consciousness.
    * conocimiento humano, el = human record, the.
    * conocimiento indígena = indigenous knowledge.
    * conocimiento lingüístico = language skill.
    * conocimiento mutuo = mutual knowledge.
    * conocimiento pasivo = nodding acquaintance.
    * conocimiento pleno = awareness.
    * conocimiento práctico = working knowledge, procedural knowledge.
    * conocimiento previo = foreknowledge.
    * conocimientos = knowledge base [knowledge-base].
    * conocimientos básicos = literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de búsqueda, recuperación y organización de informació = information literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de documentación = information literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de informática = computer literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos en tecnología = technical literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos sobre el uso de las bibliotecas = library skills.
    * conocimientos de tecnología = techno-savvy, tech-savvy.
    * conocimientos en el manejo de la información = info-savvy.
    * conocimiento sobre una materia = subject knowledge.
    * conocimientos requeridos = job specs.
    * conocimiento tácito = tacit knowledge, tacit knowledge, tacit knowledge.
    * conocimiento técnico = know-how, technical knowledge.
    * conocimiento teórico = declarative knowledge.
    * con poco conocimiento de las nuevas tecnologías = technologically challenged.
    * corpus de conocimiento = corpus of knowledge.
    * crear un fondo común de conocimientos = pool + knowledge.
    * cúmulo de conocimiento = repository of knowledge, knowledge repository.
    * decisión con conocimiento de causa = informed decision.
    * difundir el conocimiento = spread + knowledge.
    * director ejecutivo de la gestión del conocimiento = knowledge executive.
    * dominio del conocimiento = knowledge domain.
    * economía basada en el conocimiento = knowledge driven economy.
    * economía del conocimiento = knowledge economy.
    * Era del Conocimiento, la = Knowledge Age, the.
    * estructuración del conocimiento = knowledge structuring.
    * examinar los conocimientos = test + knowledge.
    * falta de conocimiento = unfamiliarity.
    * filtro del conocimiento = knowledge filter.
    * fomentar el conocimiento = advance + knowledge.
    * fondo común de conocimientos = pool of knowledge, pool of expertise.
    * frontera del conocimiento = frontier of knowledge.
    * fundamentos del conocimiento, los = foundations of knowledge, the.
    * gestión del conocimiento = knowledge management (KM).
    * gestor del conocimiento = knowledge worker, knowledge manager.
    * hacer avanzar el conocimiento = push back + the frontiers of knowledge.
    * hacer gala del conocimiento que uno tiene = air + knowledge.
    * hacer perder el conocimiento = knock + Nombre + out, knock + Nombre + unconscious.
    * hacer uso de un conocimiento = draw on/upon + knowledge.
    * impartir conocimiento = impart + knowledge.
    * inculcar conocimiento = instil + knowledge.
    * ingeniería del conocimiento = knowledge engineering.
    * ingeniero del conocimiento = knowledge engineer.
    * institucion del conocimiento = institution of learning.
    * intercambio de conocimientos = learning exchange, cross-fertilisation [cross-fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation of knowledge.
    * jefe de los servicios de gestión del conocimiento = chief knowledge officer (CKO).
    * metaconocimiento = meta-knowledge.
    * navegación por el conocimiento = knowledge navigation.
    * navegador del conocimiento = knowledge navigator.
    * obtener conocimiento = gain + an understanding.
    * ofrecer conocimiento = package + knowledge.
    * perder el conocimiento = lose + Posesivo + senses, pass out, lose + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * pérdida del conocimiento = unconsciousness, fainting, fainting fit, loss of consciousness.
    * personas sin conocimientos técnicos, las = non-technical, the.
    * presentar conocimiento = package + knowledge.
    * producto del conocimiento = knowledge record.
    * profundizar en el conocimiento = deepen + knowledge.
    * propagar el conocimiento = propagate + knowledge.
    * proporcionar conocimientos técnicos = supply + know-how.
    * quedarse sin conocimiento = lose + Posesivo + consciousness, pass out.
    * rama del conocimiento = branch of learning.
    * recobrar el conocimiento = regain + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * recuperar el conocimiento = regain + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * red de conocimiento = knowledge network.
    * servidor del conocimiento = knowledge server.
    * sin conocimiento = unconscious.
    * sin conocimiento de causa = unbeknown to, unbeknownst to.
    * sintetizar el conocimiento = synthesise + knowledge.
    * sistema basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-base system.
    * sistema de gestión del conocimiento = knowledge management system (KMS).
    * sociedad basada en el conocimiento = knowledge based society.
    * sociedad del conocimiento = knowledge society.
    * Sociedad para el Conocimiento Global = Global Knowledge Partnership.
    * suministrar conocimientos técnicos = supply + know-how.
    * tener conocimiento de = be privy to, be aware of.
    * toma de decisiones con conocimiento de causa = informed decision making.
    * tomar decisiones con conocimiento de causa = make + informed decisions.
    * transferencia de conocimiento = transfer of knowledge, knowledge transfer.
    * utilizar los conocimientos de Uno = put + Posesivo + knowledge to work.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( saber) knowledge
    b) conocimientos masculino plural ( nociones) knowledge
    2) (frml) ( información)

    dar conocimiento de algo a alguiento inform o (frml) apprise somebody of something

    pongo en su conocimiento que... — (Corresp) I am writing to inform you that...

    con conocimiento de causa: obró con conocimiento de causa (frml) he took this step, fully aware of what the consequences would be; hablo con conocimiento de causa — I know what I'm talking about

    3) ( sentido) consciousness

    perder/recobrar el conocimiento — to lose/regain consciousness

    aún es pequeño, no tiene todavía conocimiento — he's not old enough to understand

    * * *
    = cognition, competency, enlightenment, expertise, familiarisation [familiarization, -USA], familiarity, insight, knowledge, learning, acquaintance, understanding, cognisance [cognizance, -USA], connoisseurship, consciousness.

    Ex: The information-processing model of cognition, and developments in artificial intelligence encourage such comparisons = El modelo de la cognición sobre el procesamiento de la información de y los avances de la inteligencia artificial fomentan este tipo de comparaciones.

    Ex: SLIS programmes intended to 'produce' librarians with competency in the use of IT have to be designed.
    Ex: Considered as necessary work in the interest of humanity and general enlightenment, bibliography gains ground as the years pass.
    Ex: Its primary function is to provide a centre for software and hardware expertise for its members.
    Ex: Step 1 Familiarisation: This first step involves the indexer in becoming conversant with the subject content of the document to be indexed.
    Ex: The most effective searchers are those who have both system experience and some familiarity with the subject area in which they are searching.
    Ex: The human indexer works mechanically and rapidly; he should require no insight into the document content.
    Ex: These factors form the basis of the problems in identifying a satisfactory subject approach, and start to explain the vast array of different tolls used in the subject approach to knowledge.
    Ex: It is the responsibility of educators to stretch their student's intellects, hone their skills of intuitive judgment and synthesis, and build a love of learning that will sustain them beyond the level of formal education.
    Ex: It is only with accumulating experience and many years of close study and acquaintance with bibliographic works that a really substantial body of knowledge of the potential of bibliographic sources is acquired.
    Ex: We librarians ought to have a clearer understanding of our stock-in-trade (books) and their function of social mechanism.
    Ex: The passive cognisance of growth causes considerable difficulties = El conocimiento pasivo del crecimiento causa dificultades importantes.
    Ex: This book explores the underlying institutional factors that help museum-based connoisseurship and aestheticism and university-based critical theory and revisionist scholarship exist.
    Ex: For example, the latter are unlikely to engage themselves in conservation issues as these now press upon the professional consciousness of librarians.
    * actualizar los conocimientos = upgrade + Posesivo + skills.
    * adquirir conocimiento = gain + knowledge, glean + knowledge, acquire + knowledge, build up + knowledge.
    * ampliar el conocimiento = expand + Posesivo + knowledge, expand + Posesivo + knowledge, widen + knowledge, broaden + knowledge, deepen + understanding.
    * ampliar las fronteras del conocimiento = push back + the frontiers of knowledge.
    * análisis de áreas del conocimiento = domain analysis.
    * análisis de dominios del conocimiento = domain analysis.
    * aprendizaje rico en conocimiento = knowledge-rich learning.
    * área de conocimiento = area of study.
    * área del conocimiento = area of knowledge, discipline, subject field, field of activity, knowledge domain, discipline of knowledge.
    * aumentar el conocimiento = expand + Posesivo + knowledge, deepen + awareness.
    * aumento del conocimiento = knowledge building.
    * bannco de conocimiento = knowledge bank.
    * basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-based.
    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * bibliotecario con conocimientos de medicina = informationist.
    * búsqueda del conocimiento = quest for/of knowledge.
    * campo del conocimiento = field of knowledge.
    * centrado en el conocimiento = knowledge-centric.
    * ciencia del conocimiento = cognitive science.
    * compartir el conocimiento = knowledge sharing, pool + knowledge.
    * con conocimiento = authoritatively.
    * con conocimiento básico en el manejo de la información = information literate [information-literate].
    * con conocimiento básico en el uso de la biblioteca = library literate [library-literate].
    * con conocimiento de = appreciative of, conversant with.
    * con conocimiento de causa = knowingly, knowingly.
    * con conocimiento de informática = computer literate [computer-literate].
    * con conocimiento en el uso de Internet = Internet-savvy.
    * con conocimientos en = versed in.
    * con conocimientos sobre el correo electrónico = e-mail literate.
    * con el conocimiento de que = on the understanding that.
    * conjunto de conocimientos = body of knowledge.
    * conocimiento académico = academic knowledge.
    * conocimiento acumulado sobre un tema = lore.
    * conocimiento básico = working familiarity, working knowledge.
    * conocimiento científico = scientific knowledge.
    * conocimiento compartido = knowledge sharing.
    * conocimiento de base = foundation study.
    * conocimiento de cómo sobrevivir en el bosque = woodcraft.
    * conocimiento de embarque = bill of lading.
    * conocimiento de la existencia = awareness.
    * conocimiento de lengua = language skill.
    * conocimiento del objeto = object knowledge.
    * conocimiento de los diferentes soportes = media competency.
    * conocimiento detallado = intimate knowledge.
    * conocimiento de un área temática = area knowledge.
    * conocimiento documentado = recorded knowledge.
    * conocimiento enciclopédico = factual knowledge.
    * conocimiento en tecnología = technological skill.
    * conocimiento específico = expert knowledge.
    * conocimiento experto = expert knowledge, expertise.
    * conocimiento explícito = explicit knowledge.
    * conocimiento factual = declarative knowledge.
    * conocimiento humano = human consciousness.
    * conocimiento humano, el = human record, the.
    * conocimiento indígena = indigenous knowledge.
    * conocimiento lingüístico = language skill.
    * conocimiento mutuo = mutual knowledge.
    * conocimiento pasivo = nodding acquaintance.
    * conocimiento pleno = awareness.
    * conocimiento práctico = working knowledge, procedural knowledge.
    * conocimiento previo = foreknowledge.
    * conocimientos = knowledge base [knowledge-base].
    * conocimientos básicos = literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de búsqueda, recuperación y organización de informació = information literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de documentación = information literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de informática = computer literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos en tecnología = technical literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos sobre el uso de las bibliotecas = library skills.
    * conocimientos de tecnología = techno-savvy, tech-savvy.
    * conocimientos en el manejo de la información = info-savvy.
    * conocimiento sobre una materia = subject knowledge.
    * conocimientos requeridos = job specs.
    * conocimiento tácito = tacit knowledge, tacit knowledge, tacit knowledge.
    * conocimiento técnico = know-how, technical knowledge.
    * conocimiento teórico = declarative knowledge.
    * con poco conocimiento de las nuevas tecnologías = technologically challenged.
    * corpus de conocimiento = corpus of knowledge.
    * crear un fondo común de conocimientos = pool + knowledge.
    * cúmulo de conocimiento = repository of knowledge, knowledge repository.
    * decisión con conocimiento de causa = informed decision.
    * difundir el conocimiento = spread + knowledge.
    * director ejecutivo de la gestión del conocimiento = knowledge executive.
    * dominio del conocimiento = knowledge domain.
    * economía basada en el conocimiento = knowledge driven economy.
    * economía del conocimiento = knowledge economy.
    * Era del Conocimiento, la = Knowledge Age, the.
    * estructuración del conocimiento = knowledge structuring.
    * examinar los conocimientos = test + knowledge.
    * falta de conocimiento = unfamiliarity.
    * filtro del conocimiento = knowledge filter.
    * fomentar el conocimiento = advance + knowledge.
    * fondo común de conocimientos = pool of knowledge, pool of expertise.
    * frontera del conocimiento = frontier of knowledge.
    * fundamentos del conocimiento, los = foundations of knowledge, the.
    * gestión del conocimiento = knowledge management (KM).
    * gestor del conocimiento = knowledge worker, knowledge manager.
    * hacer avanzar el conocimiento = push back + the frontiers of knowledge.
    * hacer gala del conocimiento que uno tiene = air + knowledge.
    * hacer perder el conocimiento = knock + Nombre + out, knock + Nombre + unconscious.
    * hacer uso de un conocimiento = draw on/upon + knowledge.
    * impartir conocimiento = impart + knowledge.
    * inculcar conocimiento = instil + knowledge.
    * ingeniería del conocimiento = knowledge engineering.
    * ingeniero del conocimiento = knowledge engineer.
    * institucion del conocimiento = institution of learning.
    * intercambio de conocimientos = learning exchange, cross-fertilisation [cross-fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation of knowledge.
    * jefe de los servicios de gestión del conocimiento = chief knowledge officer (CKO).
    * metaconocimiento = meta-knowledge.
    * navegación por el conocimiento = knowledge navigation.
    * navegador del conocimiento = knowledge navigator.
    * obtener conocimiento = gain + an understanding.
    * ofrecer conocimiento = package + knowledge.
    * perder el conocimiento = lose + Posesivo + senses, pass out, lose + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * pérdida del conocimiento = unconsciousness, fainting, fainting fit, loss of consciousness.
    * personas sin conocimientos técnicos, las = non-technical, the.
    * presentar conocimiento = package + knowledge.
    * producto del conocimiento = knowledge record.
    * profundizar en el conocimiento = deepen + knowledge.
    * propagar el conocimiento = propagate + knowledge.
    * proporcionar conocimientos técnicos = supply + know-how.
    * quedarse sin conocimiento = lose + Posesivo + consciousness, pass out.
    * rama del conocimiento = branch of learning.
    * recobrar el conocimiento = regain + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * recuperar el conocimiento = regain + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * red de conocimiento = knowledge network.
    * servidor del conocimiento = knowledge server.
    * sin conocimiento = unconscious.
    * sin conocimiento de causa = unbeknown to, unbeknownst to.
    * sintetizar el conocimiento = synthesise + knowledge.
    * sistema basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-base system.
    * sistema de gestión del conocimiento = knowledge management system (KMS).
    * sociedad basada en el conocimiento = knowledge based society.
    * sociedad del conocimiento = knowledge society.
    * Sociedad para el Conocimiento Global = Global Knowledge Partnership.
    * suministrar conocimientos técnicos = supply + know-how.
    * tener conocimiento de = be privy to, be aware of.
    * toma de decisiones con conocimiento de causa = informed decision making.
    * tomar decisiones con conocimiento de causa = make + informed decisions.
    * transferencia de conocimiento = transfer of knowledge, knowledge transfer.
    * utilizar los conocimientos de Uno = put + Posesivo + knowledge to work.

    * * *
    A
    1 (saber) knowledge
    tiene algunos conocimientos de inglés he has some knowledge of English, he knows some English
    B ( frml)
    (información): dio conocimiento del suceso a las autoridades he informed o ( frml) apprised the authorities of the incident
    puso el hecho en conocimiento de la policía she informed the police of the incident, she reported the incident to the police
    pongo en su conocimiento que … ( Corresp) I am writing to inform you that …
    al tener conocimiento del suceso upon learning of the incident ( frml)
    a esas horas no se tenía todavía conocimiento de la noticia at that time we/they still had not heard the news
    ciertas personas tienen conocimiento de sus actividades certain people are aware of her activities
    llegar a conocimiento de algn to come to sb's attention o notice ( frml)
    con conocimiento de causa: obró con conocimiento de causa ( frml); he took this step, fully aware of what the consequences would be
    te lo digo con conocimiento de causa I know what I'm talking about
    Compuesto:
    bill of lading, waybill
    C (sentido) consciousness
    perder el conocimiento to lose consciousness
    cuando recobró el conocimiento when he regained consciousness, when he came to o round
    estar sin conocimiento to be unconscious
    D
    (entendimiento): aún es pequeño, no tiene todavía conocimiento he's not old enough to understand
    * * *

     

    conocimiento sustantivo masculino


    poner algo en conocimiento de algn to inform sb of sth;
    tener conocimiento de algo to be aware of sth

    perder/recobrar el conocimiento to lose/regain consciousness;

    estar sin conocimiento to be unconscious
    conocimiento sustantivo masculino
    1 knowledge
    2 (conciencia) consciousness
    3 conocimientos, knowledge
    ♦ Locuciones: perder/recobrar el conocimiento, to lose/regain consciousness
    con conocimiento de causa, with full knowledge of the facts
    ' conocimiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    braga
    - ciencia
    - conciencia
    - desfallecer
    - desvanecerse
    - dominio
    - error
    - orientación
    - parcela
    - revelar
    - sentida
    - sentido
    - experiencia
    - perder
    - pérdida
    - reanimar
    - recobrar
    - saber
    English:
    acquaintance
    - air
    - black out
    - blackout
    - cognizance
    - come to
    - comprehensive
    - consciousness
    - familiarity
    - grounding
    - improve
    - knock out
    - knowledge
    - notice
    - privy
    - recover
    - self-awareness
    - sketchy
    - superficial
    - thorough
    - unconsciousness
    - black
    - knock
    - know
    - pass
    * * *
    1. [saber] knowledge;
    hablar/actuar con conocimiento de causa to know what one is talking about/doing;
    puso el robo en conocimiento de la policía she informed the police of the burglary;
    ponemos en su conocimiento que se ha detectado un error en el programa this is to inform you that an error has been detected in the program;
    no teníamos conocimiento de su dimisión we were not aware that he had resigned;
    al tener conocimiento del accidente, acudió inmediatamente al hospital when she found out about the accident she immediately went to the hospital;
    ha llegado a mi conocimiento que estás insatisfecho it has come to my attention that you are not happy
    2.
    conocimientos [nociones] knowledge;
    tengo algunos conocimientos de informática I have some knowledge of computers, I know a bit about computers;
    nuestros conocimientos acerca de la enfermedad son muy limitados our knowledge of the disease is very limited, we know very little about the disease
    3. [sentido, conciencia] consciousness;
    perder el conocimiento to lose consciousness;
    recobrar el conocimiento to regain consciousness;
    estaba tumbado en el suelo, sin conocimiento he was lying unconscious on the floor
    4. [juicio] (common) sense;
    5. Com conocimiento de embarque bill of lading
    * * *
    m
    1 knowledge;
    con conocimiento de causa hacer algo fully aware of the consequences;
    para su conocimiento for your information;
    conocimientos pl ( nociones) knowledge sg
    2 MED consciousness;
    perder el conocimiento lose consciousness;
    sin conocimiento unconscious;
    recobrar el conocimiento regain consciousness
    * * *
    1) : knowledge
    2) sentido: consciousness
    * * *
    1. (en general) knowledge
    2. (sentido) consciousness

    Spanish-English dictionary > conocimiento

  • 8 cuello de botella

    (Auto) bottleneck
    * * *
    (n.) = bottleneck, choke point
    Ex. A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.
    Ex. Certain phases are especially vulnerable dead ends, or choke points, of the entire sequence.
    * * *
    (Auto) bottleneck
    * * *
    (n.) = bottleneck, choke point

    Ex: A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.

    Ex: Certain phases are especially vulnerable dead ends, or choke points, of the entire sequence.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuello de botella

  • 9 embotellamiento

    m.
    1 traffic jam.
    2 bottling.
    * * *
    2 AUTOMÓVIL figurado traffic jam
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=atasco) traffic jam
    2) (=lugar) bottleneck
    3) [de líquido] bottling
    * * *
    masculino ( del tráfico) traffic jam
    * * *
    = bottleneck, traffic jam, jam, traffic congestion.
    Ex. A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.
    Ex. Compressed image formats such as BMP, DIB, TIFF, GIF and JPEG, have been designed to reduce traffic jams on the information highway.
    Ex. Plus, being at the mercy of train signals and jams on the roads is not my idea of a good start to the day.
    Ex. Traffic congestion leads to reduced quality of life as motorists arrive at their destination frustrated and fatigued.
    * * *
    masculino ( del tráfico) traffic jam
    * * *
    = bottleneck, traffic jam, jam, traffic congestion.

    Ex: A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.

    Ex: Compressed image formats such as BMP, DIB, TIFF, GIF and JPEG, have been designed to reduce traffic jams on the information highway.
    Ex: Plus, being at the mercy of train signals and jams on the roads is not my idea of a good start to the day.
    Ex: Traffic congestion leads to reduced quality of life as motorists arrive at their destination frustrated and fatigued.

    * * *
    1 (de un producto) bottling
    2 (del tráfico) traffic jam
    * * *

    embotellamiento sustantivo masculino ( del tráfico) traffic jam
    embotellamiento m Auto traffic jam
    ' embotellamiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    taco
    English:
    jam
    - bottle
    - hold
    - tail
    - traffic
    * * *
    1. [de tráfico] traffic jam
    2. [de líquidos] bottling
    * * *
    m
    1 traffic jam
    2 de bebidas bottling
    * * *
    atasco: traffic jam
    * * *
    embotellamiento n traffic jam

    Spanish-English dictionary > embotellamiento

  • 10 emparejar

    v.
    2 to make level.
    3 to make even, to equalize, to even, to even out.
    4 to form a pair, to match.
    * * *
    1 (cosas) to put into pairs, match; (personas) to pair off
    2 (nivelar) to make level; (comparar) to put on a par ( con, with)
    3 (cuadrar) to match ( con, with)
    1 (ser parejo) to be even ( con, with)
    2 (alcanzar) to catch up ( con, with)
    1 (personas) to pair up, pair off
    2 (alcanzar nivel) to catch up
    * * *
    verb
    1) to pair, match
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ dos cosas, dos personas] to pair, match
    2) (=nivelar) to level, make level
    2. VI
    1) (=alcanzar) to catch up ( con with)
    2) (=nivelarse) to be even ( con with)
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) < personas> to pair... off; <calcetines/zapatos> to pair up
    2) ( nivelar) < pelo> to make... even; < dobladillo> to even up; <pared/suelo> to level, make... level; <montones/pilas> to make... the same height, make... level
    2. 3.
    emparejarse v pron
    a) ( formar parejas) to pair off
    b) ( nivelarse) to level off, even up
    * * *
    = match, level, pair, couple, conjoin, pair up, pair off.
    Ex. A fundamental theoretical rule of subject indexing is that each heading should be co-extensive with the subject of the document, that is, the label and the information or documents found under that label should match.
    Ex. Academic librarians have seen their budgets levelled and shrinking and have witnessed serials prices spiralling out of control.
    Ex. The movie rudicule the Hollywood convention of pairing decrepit male actors with starlets young enough to be their granddaughters.
    Ex. The author describes a model for coupling hypertext and a knowledge based system.
    Ex. The grotesque is an effect achieved by conjoining disparate framents which do not realistically belong together.
    Ex. Researchers have found that protons are about 20 times more likely to pair up with neutrons than with other protons in the nucleus.
    Ex. Being single when all your friends are pairing off can be difficult.
    ----
    * emparejarse = mate, interbreed, pair up.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) < personas> to pair... off; <calcetines/zapatos> to pair up
    2) ( nivelar) < pelo> to make... even; < dobladillo> to even up; <pared/suelo> to level, make... level; <montones/pilas> to make... the same height, make... level
    2. 3.
    emparejarse v pron
    a) ( formar parejas) to pair off
    b) ( nivelarse) to level off, even up
    * * *
    = match, level, pair, couple, conjoin, pair up, pair off.

    Ex: A fundamental theoretical rule of subject indexing is that each heading should be co-extensive with the subject of the document, that is, the label and the information or documents found under that label should match.

    Ex: Academic librarians have seen their budgets levelled and shrinking and have witnessed serials prices spiralling out of control.
    Ex: The movie rudicule the Hollywood convention of pairing decrepit male actors with starlets young enough to be their granddaughters.
    Ex: The author describes a model for coupling hypertext and a knowledge based system.
    Ex: The grotesque is an effect achieved by conjoining disparate framents which do not realistically belong together.
    Ex: Researchers have found that protons are about 20 times more likely to pair up with neutrons than with other protons in the nucleus.
    Ex: Being single when all your friends are pairing off can be difficult.
    * emparejarse = mate, interbreed, pair up.

    * * *
    emparejar [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹personas› to pair … off
    2 ‹cosas›
    hay que emparejar los calcetines the socks have to be paired up o put into pairs
    emparejó las dos piezas she matched up the two parts
    B (nivelar) ‹pelo› to make … even, cut … to the same length; ‹dobladillo› to even up; ‹pared/suelo› to level, make … level; ‹montones/pilas› to make … the same height, make … level emparejar algo CON algo:
    empareja este lado con el otro even o level this side up with the other, make this side level with the other
    ■ emparejar
    vi
    emparejar CON algn to catch up WITH sb
    1 (formar parejas) to pair off
    llegaron emparejados al baile they came to the dance as a couple
    2 (nivelarse) to level off, even up
    * * *

    emparejar ( conjugate emparejar) verbo transitivo
    1 personasto pair … off;
    calcetines/zapatos to pair up
    2 ( nivelar) ‹ peloto make … even;
    dobladillo to even up;
    pared/suelo to level, make … level;
    montones/pilasto make … the same height
    emparejarse verbo pronominal


    emparejar verbo transitivo
    1 (hacer pares iguales) to match
    emparejar calcetines, to match socks
    2 (personas) to pair off
    ' emparejar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    match
    - match up
    - mismatch
    - pair off
    * * *
    vt
    1. [juntar en pareja] [personas] to pair off;
    [zapatos, calcetines] to match (up)
    2. [nivelar] to make level;
    hay que emparejar los bajos del pantalón the Br turn-ups o US cuffs on the trousers have to be made the same length
    vi
    to be a match
    * * *
    v/t personas pair off; calcetines match up
    * * *
    1) : to pair, to match up
    2) : to make even
    : to catch up

    Spanish-English dictionary > emparejar

  • 11 estratificado

    adj.
    stratified, layered.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: estratificar.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [muestreo, sociedad] stratified
    2) [madera] laminated
    * * *
    - da adjetivo stratified
    * * *
    = multilayered [multi-layered/multi layered], multilayer, stratified, tiered.
    Ex. The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.
    Ex. The author presents an integrated system in which a knowledge-based decision support system is integrated with a multilayer artificial neural network for urban planning = El autor presenta un sistema que integra un sistema de apoyo a la toma de decisiones basado en el conocimiento con una red neuronal articial multidimensional para la planificación urbanística.
    Ex. A stratified, proportional random sample of faculty was taken and data collected from questionnaires, faculty vitae, on-line data bases, and standard bibliographical and reference sources.
    Ex. The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo stratified
    * * *
    = multilayered [multi-layered/multi layered], multilayer, stratified, tiered.

    Ex: The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.

    Ex: The author presents an integrated system in which a knowledge-based decision support system is integrated with a multilayer artificial neural network for urban planning = El autor presenta un sistema que integra un sistema de apoyo a la toma de decisiones basado en el conocimiento con una red neuronal articial multidimensional para la planificación urbanística.
    Ex: A stratified, proportional random sample of faculty was taken and data collected from questionnaires, faculty vitae, on-line data bases, and standard bibliographical and reference sources.
    Ex: The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.

    * * *
    stratified
    * * *
    estratificado, -a adj
    stratified
    * * *
    estratificado, -da adj
    : stratified

    Spanish-English dictionary > estratificado

  • 12 grupo de investigación

    Ex. A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.
    * * *

    Ex: A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.

    Spanish-English dictionary > grupo de investigación

  • 13 grupo de trabajo

    * * *
    (n.) = study group, study team, task force, working party, task group, research group, working group, project team
    Ex. This paper describes the activities of the Associazione Italiana Biblioteche study group formed by librarians working in government ministries in order to address the need for training and professional development felt in this sector.
    Ex. Code revision is occurring as a series of proposals which arise out of study teams.
    Ex. She was chairperson of the task force that in 1972 wrote a monumental report about discrimination against women in the library profession.
    Ex. Recently the Government have accepted the recommendation of a working party that in future libraries should be self renewing and finite.
    Ex. One hopes, however, that a reference head will not overlook the benefits to be gained by selecting for service on a task group a librarian with 'potential' but little experience.
    Ex. A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.
    Ex. The working group also felt that the new service ought to have a distinctive name and came up with the idea of AID (advice and information desk) later changed to Aid in order to avoid misinterpretation as Artificial Insemination by Donor!.
    Ex. The ' project team' may only consist of the librarian and one other member of staff, but a methodical approach will still offer many benefits.
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = study group, study team, task force, working party, task group, research group, working group, project team

    Ex: This paper describes the activities of the Associazione Italiana Biblioteche study group formed by librarians working in government ministries in order to address the need for training and professional development felt in this sector.

    Ex: Code revision is occurring as a series of proposals which arise out of study teams.
    Ex: She was chairperson of the task force that in 1972 wrote a monumental report about discrimination against women in the library profession.
    Ex: Recently the Government have accepted the recommendation of a working party that in future libraries should be self renewing and finite.
    Ex: One hopes, however, that a reference head will not overlook the benefits to be gained by selecting for service on a task group a librarian with 'potential' but little experience.
    Ex: A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.
    Ex: The working group also felt that the new service ought to have a distinctive name and came up with the idea of AID (advice and information desk) later changed to Aid in order to avoid misinterpretation as Artificial Insemination by Donor!.
    Ex: The ' project team' may only consist of the librarian and one other member of staff, but a methodical approach will still offer many benefits.

    Spanish-English dictionary > grupo de trabajo

  • 14 impás

    m.
    impasse.
    * * *
    = dead end, bottleneck, deadlock, impasse, dead end street, standoff.
    Ex. Shannon's approach proved something of a dead end.
    Ex. A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.
    Ex. By doing so, they could help break a deadlock that seems to have paralyzed cooperative effort in Britain.
    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. 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.
    ----
    * encontrarse en un impás = face + impasse.
    * enfrentarse a un impás = face + impasse.
    * salir de un impás = circumvent + impasse.
    * * *
    = dead end, bottleneck, deadlock, impasse, dead end street, standoff.

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

    Ex: A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.
    Ex: By doing so, they could help break a deadlock that seems to have paralyzed cooperative effort in Britain.
    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: 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.
    * encontrarse en un impás = face + impasse.
    * enfrentarse a un impás = face + impasse.
    * salir de un impás = circumvent + impasse.

    Spanish-English dictionary > impás

  • 15 multidimensional

    1 multidimensional
    * * *
    * * *
    = multidimensional [multi-dimensional], multilayered [multi-layered/multi layered], multilayer, layered, tiered.
    Ex. The attraction of such displays is that the multidimensional relationships between subjects may be shown since any one subject can be displayed in juxtaposition with several others.
    Ex. The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.
    Ex. The author presents an integrated system in which a knowledge-based decision support system is integrated with a multilayer artificial neural network for urban planning = El autor presenta un sistema que integra un sistema de apoyo a la toma de decisiones basado en el conocimiento con una red neuronal articial multidimensional para la planificación urbanística.
    Ex. GMMA has developed a layered approach to visual indexing that dissects the objects, style and implication of each image, so that the indexing system can accommodate all potential approaches to the material.
    Ex. The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.
    ----
    * análisis multidimensional de clases = multidimensional cluster analysis.
    * análisis multidimensional escalar = multidimensional scaling analysis.
    * sistema de clasificación multidimensional = multidimensional classification scheme.
    * * *
    = multidimensional [multi-dimensional], multilayered [multi-layered/multi layered], multilayer, layered, tiered.

    Ex: The attraction of such displays is that the multidimensional relationships between subjects may be shown since any one subject can be displayed in juxtaposition with several others.

    Ex: The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.
    Ex: The author presents an integrated system in which a knowledge-based decision support system is integrated with a multilayer artificial neural network for urban planning = El autor presenta un sistema que integra un sistema de apoyo a la toma de decisiones basado en el conocimiento con una red neuronal articial multidimensional para la planificación urbanística.
    Ex: GMMA has developed a layered approach to visual indexing that dissects the objects, style and implication of each image, so that the indexing system can accommodate all potential approaches to the material.
    Ex: The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.
    * análisis multidimensional de clases = multidimensional cluster analysis.
    * análisis multidimensional escalar = multidimensional scaling analysis.
    * sistema de clasificación multidimensional = multidimensional classification scheme.

    * * *
    multidimensional
    * * *
    multidimensional

    Spanish-English dictionary > multidimensional

  • 16 obstáculo

    m.
    obstacle, drag, snag, balk.
    * * *
    1 (barrera) obstacle
    2 (inconveniente) objection
    3 (valla) fence, jump
    \
    salvar un obstáculo to overcome an obstacle
    carrera de obstáculos (para niños) obstacle race 2 (de caballos, atletas) steeplechase
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) [físico] obstacle
    carrera 2)
    2) (=dificultad) obstacle, hindrance

    poner obstáculos a algo/algn — to hinder sth/sb

    * * *
    masculino obstacle

    superar or salvar un obstáculo — to overcome an obstacle

    no fue obstáculo para que ganarait did not stop o prevent him (from) winning

    * * *
    = encumbrance, handicap, hurdle, impairment, impediment, rough spot, wall, barrier, bottleneck, hindrance, obstacle, inhibition, obstruction, stumbling block, bar, blockage, roadblock, block.
    Ex. Meanwhile we are asked to accept encumbrances that will needlessly impair the effectiveness of our catalogs for an indefinite time to come.
    Ex. A high exhaustivity of indexing, then, is beneficial where a thorough search is required, but may be a handicap when only a few highly relevant documents are sought.
    Ex. Schoolchildren, students, and other whose native language is written in a non-Roman script may find alphabetical order according to Roman characters an almost insurmountable hurdle in the use of catalogues and indexes.
    Ex. A well-designed multimodal application can be used by people with a wide variety of impairments.
    Ex. It may be decided that the practical impediments to the distribution and assignment of such numbers outweigh their potential usefulness.
    Ex. But despite the many catalog worlds, and herein lies the rub -- or at least a rough spot -- we have been proceeding on the assumption that the catalog exists in the form of the data distributed by the Library of Congress.
    Ex. In the map library, the electronic medium is shaking the foundations of cartographic communication and threatening the bring the walls crashing down.
    Ex. While the number of projects proposed was innumerable, 3 barriers remain: red tape; hard currency; and Western barriers to providing high technology to the Eastern bloc.
    Ex. A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.
    Ex. The overall effect of the labels and signs is not so much help but hindrance through information overload.
    Ex. Conversely, an unsympathetic principal can be the greatest obstacle to library development within a school.
    Ex. This has been a major source of inhibition to the development of British efforts to create a bank of microcopy versions of theses accepted.
    Ex. Harmonization of technical standards is one of the Community's principal goals in creating a common market devoid of obstructions to the free movement of goods.
    Ex. These stumbling blocks can often be bypassed in the initial stages of OSI implementation by choosing applications that do not require close integration with existing library systems.
    Ex. Publications describing or revealing an invention can be a bar to issuance of a patent.
    Ex. The problem in relation to communication is probably the most difficult of them all, as the blockage lies in people rather than with the library.
    Ex. The roadblock to increasing book translations into English is not that there is insufficient funding but that few publishers know about grant schemes that are available.
    Ex. Emotional blocks to reading can be formed by an unsatisfactory relationship with a teacher.
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    * ayudar a eliminar obstáculos = clear + the path, clear + the way.
    * carrera de obstáculos = steeplechase.
    * constituir un obstáculo = constitute + an obstacle.
    * creación de obstáculos = fence building.
    * eliminar obstáculos = clear + the path, clear + the way.
    * eliminar un obstáculo = remove + barrier, sweep away + obstacle.
    * encontrarse con un obstáculo = face + obstacle.
    * enfrentarse a un obstáculo = address + barrier.
    * obstáculo insalvable = insurmountable obstacle.
    * obstáculos = logjam [log-jam].
    * poner obstáculos = cramp.
    * preparación del terreno eliminando todo tipo de obstáculos = land-clearing.
    * presentar un obstáculo = pose + obstacle.
    * que pone obstáculos = obstructive.
    * reducir un obstáculo = lower + barrier.
    * remover un obstáculo = remove + barrier.
    * remover un obstáculo, eliminar un obstáculo = remove + obstacle.
    * ser un obstáculo = stand in + the way (of).
    * sin obstáculos = unchecked, unhindered, unimpeded.
    * sin obstáculos de por medio = uncluttered.
    * sin obstáculos, sin obstrucciones = unobstructed.
    * superar un obstáculo = overcome + obstacle, jump over + hurdle, overcome + barrier, conquer + barrier.
    * vencer un obstáculo = surmount + obstacle, conquer + barrier.
    * * *
    masculino obstacle

    superar or salvar un obstáculo — to overcome an obstacle

    no fue obstáculo para que ganarait did not stop o prevent him (from) winning

    * * *
    = encumbrance, handicap, hurdle, impairment, impediment, rough spot, wall, barrier, bottleneck, hindrance, obstacle, inhibition, obstruction, stumbling block, bar, blockage, roadblock, block.

    Ex: Meanwhile we are asked to accept encumbrances that will needlessly impair the effectiveness of our catalogs for an indefinite time to come.

    Ex: A high exhaustivity of indexing, then, is beneficial where a thorough search is required, but may be a handicap when only a few highly relevant documents are sought.
    Ex: Schoolchildren, students, and other whose native language is written in a non-Roman script may find alphabetical order according to Roman characters an almost insurmountable hurdle in the use of catalogues and indexes.
    Ex: A well-designed multimodal application can be used by people with a wide variety of impairments.
    Ex: It may be decided that the practical impediments to the distribution and assignment of such numbers outweigh their potential usefulness.
    Ex: But despite the many catalog worlds, and herein lies the rub -- or at least a rough spot -- we have been proceeding on the assumption that the catalog exists in the form of the data distributed by the Library of Congress.
    Ex: In the map library, the electronic medium is shaking the foundations of cartographic communication and threatening the bring the walls crashing down.
    Ex: While the number of projects proposed was innumerable, 3 barriers remain: red tape; hard currency; and Western barriers to providing high technology to the Eastern bloc.
    Ex: A number of research groups have investigated the use of knowledge-based systems as a means of avoiding this bottleneck.
    Ex: The overall effect of the labels and signs is not so much help but hindrance through information overload.
    Ex: Conversely, an unsympathetic principal can be the greatest obstacle to library development within a school.
    Ex: This has been a major source of inhibition to the development of British efforts to create a bank of microcopy versions of theses accepted.
    Ex: Harmonization of technical standards is one of the Community's principal goals in creating a common market devoid of obstructions to the free movement of goods.
    Ex: These stumbling blocks can often be bypassed in the initial stages of OSI implementation by choosing applications that do not require close integration with existing library systems.
    Ex: Publications describing or revealing an invention can be a bar to issuance of a patent.
    Ex: The problem in relation to communication is probably the most difficult of them all, as the blockage lies in people rather than with the library.
    Ex: The roadblock to increasing book translations into English is not that there is insufficient funding but that few publishers know about grant schemes that are available.
    Ex: Emotional blocks to reading can be formed by an unsatisfactory relationship with a teacher.
    * ayudar a eliminar obstáculos = clear + the path, clear + the way.
    * carrera de obstáculos = steeplechase.
    * constituir un obstáculo = constitute + an obstacle.
    * creación de obstáculos = fence building.
    * eliminar obstáculos = clear + the path, clear + the way.
    * eliminar un obstáculo = remove + barrier, sweep away + obstacle.
    * encontrarse con un obstáculo = face + obstacle.
    * enfrentarse a un obstáculo = address + barrier.
    * obstáculo insalvable = insurmountable obstacle.
    * obstáculos = logjam [log-jam].
    * poner obstáculos = cramp.
    * preparación del terreno eliminando todo tipo de obstáculos = land-clearing.
    * presentar un obstáculo = pose + obstacle.
    * que pone obstáculos = obstructive.
    * reducir un obstáculo = lower + barrier.
    * remover un obstáculo = remove + barrier.
    * remover un obstáculo, eliminar un obstáculo = remove + obstacle.
    * ser un obstáculo = stand in + the way (of).
    * sin obstáculos = unchecked, unhindered, unimpeded.
    * sin obstáculos de por medio = uncluttered.
    * sin obstáculos, sin obstrucciones = unobstructed.
    * superar un obstáculo = overcome + obstacle, jump over + hurdle, overcome + barrier, conquer + barrier.
    * vencer un obstáculo = surmount + obstacle, conquer + barrier.

    * * *
    obstacle
    quitaron los obstáculos del camino they cleared the obstacles from the road, they cleared the road of obstacles
    superar or salvar un obstáculo to overcome an obstacle
    no fue obstáculo para que ganara it did not stop o prevent him (from) winning
    me puso muchos obstáculos he put many obstacles in my path
    el único obstáculo entre nosotros y la victoria the only obstacle between us and victory, the only thing that stands/stood between us and victory
    un obstáculo para el éxito del proyecto an obstacle to the success of the project
    * * *

    obstáculo sustantivo masculino
    obstacle
    obstáculo sustantivo masculino
    1 (dificultad) handicap: no hay ningún obstáculo para que estudies Derecho, there's nothing stopping you from studying Law
    2 (en un camino, etc) obstacle
    una carrera de obstáculos, an obstacle race
    ' obstáculo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    escollo
    - esquivar
    - estorbo
    - franquear
    - insalvable
    - remover
    - salvar
    - sortear
    - vencer
    - allanar
    - apartar
    - brincar
    - chocar
    - eliminar
    - encontrar
    - saltar
    - subsanar
    English:
    bar
    - barrier
    - block
    - chief
    - clash
    - clear
    - get across
    - get over
    - get past
    - hazard
    - hurdle
    - impassable
    - impediment
    - jump
    - negotiate
    - obstacle
    - obstruction
    - pitfall
    * * *
    1. [impedimento] obstacle ( para to);
    poner obstáculos a algo/alguien to put obstacles in the way of sth/sb
    2. [en una carrera] hurdle
    * * *
    m obstacle;
    carrera de obstáculos obstacle race;
    ponerle obstáculos a alguien make things difficult for s.o.;
    ponerle obstáculos a algo make sth difficult
    * * *
    impedimento: obstacle
    * * *
    obstáculo n obstacle

    Spanish-English dictionary > obstáculo

  • 17 parear

    v.
    1 to pair.
    2 to pair off, to match, to pair, to pair up.
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=emparejar) to pair up
    2) (Bio) to mate, pair
    2.
    VI Caribe ** to skive **
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo transitivo ( formar pares de) to put... into pairs
    * * *
    = couple, pair up, pair, pair off.
    Ex. The author describes a model for coupling hypertext and a knowledge based system.
    Ex. Researchers have found that protons are about 20 times more likely to pair up with neutrons than with other protons in the nucleus.
    Ex. The movie rudicule the Hollywood convention of pairing decrepit male actors with starlets young enough to be their granddaughters.
    Ex. Being single when all your friends are pairing off can be difficult.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo ( formar pares de) to put... into pairs
    * * *
    = couple, pair up, pair, pair off.

    Ex: The author describes a model for coupling hypertext and a knowledge based system.

    Ex: Researchers have found that protons are about 20 times more likely to pair up with neutrons than with other protons in the nucleus.
    Ex: The movie rudicule the Hollywood convention of pairing decrepit male actors with starlets young enough to be their granddaughters.
    Ex: Being single when all your friends are pairing off can be difficult.

    * * *
    parear [A1 ]
    vt
    1 (formar pares) to pair up, match, put … into pairs
    2 (juntar) parear algo A algo to match sth TO sth
    tratando de parear su paso al del viejo trying to keep in step with the old man
    * * *
    parear vt
    to pair
    * * *
    v/t match up, put into pairs

    Spanish-English dictionary > parear

  • 18 por niveles

    (adj.) = multilayered [multi-layered/multi layered], multilayer, layered, tiered
    Ex. The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.
    Ex. The author presents an integrated system in which a knowledge-based decision support system is integrated with a multilayer artificial neural network for urban planning = El autor presenta un sistema que integra un sistema de apoyo a la toma de decisiones basado en el conocimiento con una red neuronal articial multidimensional para la planificación urbanística.
    Ex. GMMA has developed a layered approach to visual indexing that dissects the objects, style and implication of each image, so that the indexing system can accommodate all potential approaches to the material.
    Ex. The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.
    * * *
    (adj.) = multilayered [multi-layered/multi layered], multilayer, layered, tiered

    Ex: The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.

    Ex: The author presents an integrated system in which a knowledge-based decision support system is integrated with a multilayer artificial neural network for urban planning = El autor presenta un sistema que integra un sistema de apoyo a la toma de decisiones basado en el conocimiento con una red neuronal articial multidimensional para la planificación urbanística.
    Ex: GMMA has developed a layered approach to visual indexing that dissects the objects, style and implication of each image, so that the indexing system can accommodate all potential approaches to the material.
    Ex: The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por niveles

  • 19 sistema basado en el conocimiento

    Ex. A knowledge-based system is defined as a system that displays competence through explicit knowledge representation schemes.
    * * *

    Ex: A knowledge-based system is defined as a system that displays competence through explicit knowledge representation schemes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sistema basado en el conocimiento

  • 20 sistema experto

    m.
    intelligent knowledge-based system, IKBS, expert system.
    * * *
    expert system
    * * *
    (n.) = expert system, knowledge-base system
    Ex. For the present this definition will have to stand as a statement covering programmes in which terms like ' expert systems', 'artificial intelligence', 'computer systems' abound.
    Ex. A knowledge-based system is defined as a system that displays competence through explicit knowledge representation schemes.
    * * *
    (n.) = expert system, knowledge-base system

    Ex: For the present this definition will have to stand as a statement covering programmes in which terms like ' expert systems', 'artificial intelligence', 'computer systems' abound.

    Ex: A knowledge-based system is defined as a system that displays competence through explicit knowledge representation schemes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sistema experto

См. также в других словарях:

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  • knowledge-based — /ˈnɒlɪdʒ beɪst/ (say nolij bayst) adjective of or relating to a system, the successful operation of which depends on a sizeable body of knowledge, or to an organisation operating such a system: a knowledge based economy …   Australian English dictionary

  • knowledge-based — adj. Knowledge based is used with these nouns: ↑economy …   Collocations dictionary

  • knowledge-based — knowlˈedge based adjective Of software systems that store and effectively utilize large amounts of such specialist knowledge • • • Main Entry: ↑knowledge …   Useful english dictionary

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  • Knowledge-based systems — According to the Free On line Dictionary of Computing (FOLDOC), a knowledge based system is a program for extending and/or querying a knowledge base.The [http://www.computeruser.com/resources/dictionary/ Computer User High Tech Dictionary]… …   Wikipedia

  • Knowledge-based theory of the firm — The knowledge based theory of the firm considers knowledge as the most strategically significant resource of a . Its proponents argue that because knowledge based resources are usually difficult to imitate and socially complex, heterogeneous… …   Wikipedia

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