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  • 201 línea de alta tensión

    (n.) = power line
    Ex. Crane operators and crew members may be electrocuted when they work near overhead power lines.
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    (n.) = power line

    Ex: Crane operators and crew members may be electrocuted when they work near overhead power lines.

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    EL high voltage cable

    Spanish-English dictionary > línea de alta tensión

  • 202 línea de demarcación

    demarcation line
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    Ex. The main issue discussed was the justification of the 'shoot to kill' policy adopted by Israel against Arab infiltrators across the 1949 demarcation lines.
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    Ex: The main issue discussed was the justification of the 'shoot to kill' policy adopted by Israel against Arab infiltrators across the 1949 demarcation lines.

    Spanish-English dictionary > línea de demarcación

  • 203 línea de investigación

    (n.) = line of enquiry, line of research, line of enquiry, research front, avenue (for/of) research, research avenue, avenue of investigation, research line
    Ex. Unfruitful lines of enquiry are dropped and new and more promising search terms are introduced as the search progresses.
    Ex. The lines of research leading up to and forming the subfield of bibliometrics are traced from earliest times to 1969, when this term was proposed as a substitute for statistical bibliography.
    Ex. The reviewer's place in citation chains is an important one because conceivably a carefully done critical review could make or break a line of enquiry or alter the direction of a chain of citations.
    Ex. This article presents a method for identifying the research front of a scientific discipline based on constructing cocitation clusters and on a content analysis of citations.
    Ex. One avenue of research that is set to improve information access is to develop technologies for automatically personalizing information.
    Ex. 'Cultural norms' have foreclosed research avenues in evolutionary studies.
    Ex. This avenue of investigation leads into spatial approaches used frequently by psychologists, sociologists, and architectural designers = Esta línea de investigación nos lleva a métodos para estudiar el espacio físico usados frecuentmente por los sicólogos, sociólogos y arquitectos.
    Ex. This paper identifies the significant research influences on practice, and the research lines not yet reflected in operational systems.
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    (n.) = line of enquiry, line of research, line of enquiry, research front, avenue (for/of) research, research avenue, avenue of investigation, research line

    Ex: Unfruitful lines of enquiry are dropped and new and more promising search terms are introduced as the search progresses.

    Ex: The lines of research leading up to and forming the subfield of bibliometrics are traced from earliest times to 1969, when this term was proposed as a substitute for statistical bibliography.
    Ex: The reviewer's place in citation chains is an important one because conceivably a carefully done critical review could make or break a line of enquiry or alter the direction of a chain of citations.
    Ex: This article presents a method for identifying the research front of a scientific discipline based on constructing cocitation clusters and on a content analysis of citations.
    Ex: One avenue of research that is set to improve information access is to develop technologies for automatically personalizing information.
    Ex: 'Cultural norms' have foreclosed research avenues in evolutionary studies.
    Ex: This avenue of investigation leads into spatial approaches used frequently by psychologists, sociologists, and architectural designers = Esta línea de investigación nos lleva a métodos para estudiar el espacio físico usados frecuentmente por los sicólogos, sociólogos y arquitectos.
    Ex: This paper identifies the significant research influences on practice, and the research lines not yet reflected in operational systems.

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  • 204 línea de meta

    finishing line
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    (n.) = finish line, finishing line
    Ex. The real world is not a racetrack, countries are not runners, and there is no finish line.
    Ex. Upon reaching the finishing line, the participants will find themselves all having gone the same distance without having reached the same point.
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    (n.) = finish line, finishing line

    Ex: The real world is not a racetrack, countries are not runners, and there is no finish line.

    Ex: Upon reaching the finishing line, the participants will find themselves all having gone the same distance without having reached the same point.

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    en fútbol goal line

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  • 205 línea de productos

    (n.) = product line
    Ex. IBM decided to alter radically its personal computer product line due to a significant loss of market share during 1985 and 1986.
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    Ex: IBM decided to alter radically its personal computer product line due to a significant loss of market share during 1985 and 1986.

    * * *
    COM product line

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  • 206 línea de puntos

    dotted line
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    (n.) = dotted line
    Ex. The gangplank (illustrated by the dotted line in Figure 1) can be thrown across without weakening the chain of command, as long as this relationship is advisory and not policy making = La pasarela (ilustrada por la línea de puntos de la Figura 1) se puede cruzar sin debilitar la cadena de mando, en tanto en cuanto esta relación sea consultiva y no para la elaboración de políticas.
    * * *

    Ex: The gangplank (illustrated by the dotted line in Figure 1) can be thrown across without weakening the chain of command, as long as this relationship is advisory and not policy making = La pasarela (ilustrada por la línea de puntos de la Figura 1) se puede cruzar sin debilitar la cadena de mando, en tanto en cuanto esta relación sea consultiva y no para la elaboración de políticas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > línea de puntos

  • 207 línea directa

    f.
    1 beeline, bee-line.
    2 hot line.
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    (n.) = hotline [hot-line]
    Ex. An I&R service may involve itself in providing ' hotlines', that is emergency help during times of crises or when other services close down, eg evenings, weekends or public holidays.
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    (n.) = hotline [hot-line]

    Ex: An I&R service may involve itself in providing ' hotlines', that is emergency help during times of crises or when other services close down, eg evenings, weekends or public holidays.

    * * *
    TELEC direct line

    Spanish-English dictionary > línea directa

  • 208 línea divisoria

    f.
    dividing line, division line, border line, borderline.
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    (n.) = cut-off point, demarcation, divide, dividing line, borderline, cut off [cutoff]
    Ex. The names of Muslim authors throughout the classical period, for which the cut-off point is around the year 1800, were made up of the following elements.
    Ex. A clearer demarcation might be drawn between the traditional subject headings lists and thesauri by the following summary of differences.
    Ex. Nevertheless, this basic divide remains a useful distinction between two major categories of indexing systems.
    Ex. Improvements are, however being made all the time: the dividing line between microcomputer and minicomputer is already blurred.
    Ex. Both approaches have in common, however, the problem of establishing a borderline between public interest and private initiative.
    Ex. It is assumed that the sum of those units receiving top priority status is less than the current budgeted amount and that a cut off will occur at some point.
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    la linea divisoria
    (n.) = great divide, the

    Ex: Historically, there is seen to be a great divide between professional and non professional library staff.

    * * *
    dividing line

    Spanish-English dictionary > línea divisoria

  • 209 mediados de + Fecha

    = mid + Fecha
    Ex. Until the mid nineteenth century the concept of authorship was confined to personal authors.
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    = mid + Fecha

    Ex: Until the mid nineteenth century the concept of authorship was confined to personal authors.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mediados de + Fecha

  • 210 mercado internacional

    m.
    international market, global market.
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    (n.) = international trade, international market
    Ex. International trade in cast type and in typefounding materials continued during this period, the chief exporters now being England and France = Durante todo este período siguió existiendo un mercado internacional de tipos fundidos y de materiales de fundición, siendo ahora los principales países exportadores Inglaterra y Francia.
    Ex. New rules that ensure competition in international markets are needed.
    * * *
    (n.) = international trade, international market

    Ex: International trade in cast type and in typefounding materials continued during this period, the chief exporters now being England and France = Durante todo este período siguió existiendo un mercado internacional de tipos fundidos y de materiales de fundición, siendo ahora los principales países exportadores Inglaterra y Francia.

    Ex: New rules that ensure competition in international markets are needed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado internacional

  • 211 mitad de + Fecha

    = mid + Fecha
    Ex. Until the mid nineteenth century the concept of authorship was confined to personal authors.
    * * *
    = mid + Fecha

    Ex: Until the mid nineteenth century the concept of authorship was confined to personal authors.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mitad de + Fecha

  • 212 palanca de cambio

    gearstick
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    (n.) = shifter
    Ex. If you're sitting on your bike, the shifter on your left controls shifting over the chainrings.
    * * *
    (n.) = shifter

    Ex: If you're sitting on your bike, the shifter on your left controls shifting over the chainrings.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palanca de cambio

  • 213 para + Fecha

    = by + Fecha
    Ex. By 1960 a draft code had been produced, and from this time on, British and American Committees co-operated closely.
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    = by + Fecha

    Ex: By 1960 a draft code had been produced, and from this time on, British and American Committees co-operated closely.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para + Fecha

  • 214 poco antes de + Fecha

    = shortly before + Fecha
    Ex. There are no arrangement fees and there is no formal commitment until contract signature, which is normally shortly before the date of each disbursement.
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    = shortly before + Fecha

    Ex: There are no arrangement fees and there is no formal commitment until contract signature, which is normally shortly before the date of each disbursement.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco antes de + Fecha

  • 215 repercusiones del cambio

    Ex. The benefits have to be weighed against the costs of new systems and the impact of change = Se deben sopesar los beneficios frente a los costes de los nuevos sistemas y las repercusiones del cambio.
    * * *

    Ex: The benefits have to be weighed against the costs of new systems and the impact of change = Se deben sopesar los beneficios frente a los costes de los nuevos sistemas y las repercusiones del cambio.

    Spanish-English dictionary > repercusiones del cambio

  • 216 sin fecha

    adj.
    undated, without date, dateless.
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    undated
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    (adj.) = undated
    Ex. There has always been a proportion of undated books, especially in the machinepress period when cheap reprints were left undated so that they could be sold over periods of years without advertising themselves as old stock.
    * * *
    (adj.) = undated

    Ex: There has always been a proportion of undated books, especially in the machinepress period when cheap reprints were left undated so that they could be sold over periods of years without advertising themselves as old stock.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin fecha

  • 217 suscripción en línea

    Ex. The article 'Money makes the world go round' analyses the problems facing data base producers when attempting to balance online and print subscription income = El artículo "El dinero mueve al mundo" analiza los problemas a los que enfrentan los productores de las bases de datos al intentar equilibrar sus ingresos de las suscripciones en línea con los de las suscripciones impresas.
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    Ex: The article 'Money makes the world go round' analyses the problems facing data base producers when attempting to balance online and print subscription income = El artículo "El dinero mueve al mundo" analiza los problemas a los que enfrentan los productores de las bases de datos al intentar equilibrar sus ingresos de las suscripciones en línea con los de las suscripciones impresas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > suscripción en línea

  • 218 tener la fecha de + Fecha

    (v.) = be dated + Fecha
    Ex. The latest abridged edition is dated 1961.
    * * *
    (v.) = be dated + Fecha

    Ex: The latest abridged edition is dated 1961.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener la fecha de + Fecha

  • 219 tipo de cambio

    FINANZAS rate of exchange
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    (n.) = exchange rate, rate of exchange
    Ex. The price in the local currency is then calculated from the information in the exchange rate table.
    Ex. As well as cuts imposed by the Government, libraries were faced with inflation in the price of books and periodicals, and a falling rate of exchange between the pound and the dollar.
    * * *
    (n.) = exchange rate, rate of exchange

    Ex: The price in the local currency is then calculated from the information in the exchange rate table.

    Ex: As well as cuts imposed by the Government, libraries were faced with inflation in the price of books and periodicals, and a falling rate of exchange between the pound and the dollar.

    * * *
    exchange rate

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  • 220 unos + Fecha

    = about + Fecha
    Ex. Planning began about 9 months before the exhibition, with the recruitment of a noted Swiss book illustrator to design the stand.
    * * *
    = about + Fecha

    Ex: Planning began about 9 months before the exhibition, with the recruitment of a noted Swiss book illustrator to design the stand.

    Spanish-English dictionary > unos + Fecha

См. также в других словарях:

  • Línea internacional de cambio de fecha — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar …   Wikipedia Español

  • Línea internacional de cambio de fecha — La Línea Internacional de Cambio de Fecha es una línea irregular imaginaria en la superficie de la Tierra trazada sobre el Océano Pacífico, próxima al meridiano 180°, que cuando se cruza supone el cambio de fecha (exactamente un día). Pasar la… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Línea 3 del Metro de Barcelona — Metro Línea 3 Estación de Lesseps Descripción Tipo Metro …   Wikipedia Español

  • Línea 1 del Metro de Barcelona — Metro Línea 1 Estación de Universitat (L1) Descripción Tipo …   Wikipedia Español

  • Línea 4 del Metro de Barcelona — Metro Línea 4 Estación de Ciutadella | Vila Olímpica (L4) Descripción …   Wikipedia Español

  • línea — (Del lat. linea.) ► sustantivo femenino 1 GEOMETRÍA Extensión continua de puntos considerada sólo en su longitud. 2 Trazo continuo o extensión considerada sólo en su longitud: ■ en la línea del horizonte se veían grandes buques. SINÓNIMO raya 3… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • cambio — ► sustantivo masculino 1 Acción y resultado de cambiar. SINÓNIMO permuta trueque 2 ECONOMÍA Cantidad de dinero que está en moneda fraccionaria: ■ no tengo cambio para el autobús. SINÓNIMO suelto 3 COMERCIO V …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Internacional — ► adjetivo 1 Que tiene relación con varias naciones o con el conjunto de todas ellas: ■ congreso internacional; conflicto internacional; competición internacional. SINÓNIMO mundial universal ► adjetivo/ sustantivo masculino femenino 2 DEPORTES Se …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • internacional — ► adjetivo 1 Que tiene relación con varias naciones o con el conjunto de todas ellas: ■ congreso internacional; conflicto internacional; competición internacional. SINÓNIMO mundial universal ► adjetivo/ sustantivo masculino femenino 2 DEPORTES Se …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Línea 4 (Metro de São Paulo) — Línea 4 Amarilla Descripción Inauguración 25 de mayo de 2010 Paulista ↔ Faria Lima Itaquera …   Wikipedia Español

  • Línea de alta velocidad Madrid-Alcázar de San Juan-Jaén — Este artículo o sección se refiere o está relacionado con una infraestructura futura o en desarrollo. La información de este artículo puede cambiar frecuentemente. Por favor, no agregues datos especulativos y recuerda colocar referencias a… …   Wikipedia Español


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