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la intervención policial exaltó aún más a los manifestantes

  • 1 aun más

    adv.
    1 furthermore, moreover.
    2 even more, even more so, all the more, more.
    pron.
    even more, more, still more.
    * * *
    even more
    * * *
    = Verbo + further, even further, all the more, further, furthermore, beyond that, a fortiori
    Ex. Main classes are divided into subclasses which are further subdivided into form, place, time and subject aspects.
    Ex. Moreover, budgets will be squeezed even further by the rapidly rising costs of materials.
    Ex. He listened with rapture, and all the more because it was a poignant moment in his life.
    Ex. Further, no guidance can be expected on alternative terms that are related to the searcher's initial search term.
    Ex. Furthermore, since each systems indexes a separate set of documents, each system will have a different natural indexing language.
    Ex. Beyond that, a library can create these commons in cyberspace as well as in public buildings = Más aún, la biblioteca puede crear estos espacios públicos comunes en el ciberespacio además de en los edificios públicos.
    Ex. The same problem is posed a fortiori when the liquid to be pasteurized contains dissolved gas under pressure (carbonated liquid) -- the case of beer for example.
    * * *
    = Verbo + further, even further, all the more, further, furthermore, beyond that, a fortiori

    Ex: Main classes are divided into subclasses which are further subdivided into form, place, time and subject aspects.

    Ex: Moreover, budgets will be squeezed even further by the rapidly rising costs of materials.
    Ex: He listened with rapture, and all the more because it was a poignant moment in his life.
    Ex: Further, no guidance can be expected on alternative terms that are related to the searcher's initial search term.
    Ex: Furthermore, since each systems indexes a separate set of documents, each system will have a different natural indexing language.
    Ex: Beyond that, a library can create these commons in cyberspace as well as in public buildings = Más aún, la biblioteca puede crear estos espacios públicos comunes en el ciberespacio además de en los edificios públicos.
    Ex: The same problem is posed a fortiori when the liquid to be pasteurized contains dissolved gas under pressure (carbonated liquid) -- the case of beer for example.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aun más

  • 2 acercarse aun más

    (v.) = bring + closer together, come closer together, draw + closer together
    Ex. Automation can bring the work of reference and lending librarians closer together to the benefit of both librarians and users.
    Ex. I also have the impression, and it is no more than an impression, that the two are coming closer and closer together.
    Ex. Librarians and information workers, who have often been working separately, must draw closer together.
    * * *
    (v.) = bring + closer together, come closer together, draw + closer together

    Ex: Automation can bring the work of reference and lending librarians closer together to the benefit of both librarians and users.

    Ex: I also have the impression, and it is no more than an impression, that the two are coming closer and closer together.
    Ex: Librarians and information workers, who have often been working separately, must draw closer together.

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  • 3 aventurarse aún más

    (v.) = go + one step further
    Ex. I would be inclined to go one step further and treat the entire corpus of an author's writings as his/her work.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + one step further

    Ex: I would be inclined to go one step further and treat the entire corpus of an author's writings as his/her work.

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  • 4 controlar aún más

    (v.) = tighten + Posesivo + grip on
    Ex. This paper reports on measures being taken by the government to tighten its grip on what universities do with their money.
    * * *
    (v.) = tighten + Posesivo + grip on

    Ex: This paper reports on measures being taken by the government to tighten its grip on what universities do with their money.

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  • 5 desarrollar aún más

    (v.) = take + one stage further, progress + one stage further, carry + one stage further, develop + one stage further, take + a step further, extend + one step further, carry + one step further, take + one step further, develop + further
    Ex. The special auxiliaries allow the process of synthesis to be taken one stage further.
    Ex. Progressing a stage further, it would be economically short-sighted, to say the least, for a large co-operative network such as OCLC in the United States or BLCMP in the UK, not to take advantage of the MARC service.
    Ex. The problem arises from the fact that it is very difficult to fix an absolute level of analysis; there is nearly always the possibility of carrying our analysis one stage further.
    Ex. So we can develop our significance order one stage further, to give us Thing-Material-Action.
    Ex. This has been taken a step further by using a screen editor to 'prevent the human indexer or coder from making syntactic errors in the first place'.
    Ex. We can extend these two concepts one step further, and use them to guarantee the integrity of the authority file itself.
    Ex. The concept of policy may, therefore, be carried one step further.
    Ex. One should take this mission one step further by defining the overlap between the needs of the user and the capabilities of the library or information center.
    Ex. This session will provide insight into how digitised services can be developed further in the future.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + one stage further, progress + one stage further, carry + one stage further, develop + one stage further, take + a step further, extend + one step further, carry + one step further, take + one step further, develop + further

    Ex: The special auxiliaries allow the process of synthesis to be taken one stage further.

    Ex: Progressing a stage further, it would be economically short-sighted, to say the least, for a large co-operative network such as OCLC in the United States or BLCMP in the UK, not to take advantage of the MARC service.
    Ex: The problem arises from the fact that it is very difficult to fix an absolute level of analysis; there is nearly always the possibility of carrying our analysis one stage further.
    Ex: So we can develop our significance order one stage further, to give us Thing-Material-Action.
    Ex: This has been taken a step further by using a screen editor to 'prevent the human indexer or coder from making syntactic errors in the first place'.
    Ex: We can extend these two concepts one step further, and use them to guarantee the integrity of the authority file itself.
    Ex: The concept of policy may, therefore, be carried one step further.
    Ex: One should take this mission one step further by defining the overlap between the needs of the user and the capabilities of the library or information center.
    Ex: This session will provide insight into how digitised services can be developed further in the future.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desarrollar aún más

  • 6 distanciar aun más

    (v.) = widen + the gap between... and
    Ex. There has been increasing concern that advances in high technology have widened the information gap between developed and developing countries.
    * * *
    (v.) = widen + the gap between... and

    Ex: There has been increasing concern that advances in high technology have widened the information gap between developed and developing countries.

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  • 7 dominar aún más

    (v.) = tighten + Posesivo + grip on
    Ex. This paper reports on measures being taken by the government to tighten its grip on what universities do with their money.
    * * *
    (v.) = tighten + Posesivo + grip on

    Ex: This paper reports on measures being taken by the government to tighten its grip on what universities do with their money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dominar aún más

  • 8 estár aún más alejados

    Ex. Getting information to elected members poses even greater problems because they are one step further removed and do not have the daily opportunity of scanning relevant material passing through their offices.
    * * *

    Ex: Getting information to elected members poses even greater problems because they are one step further removed and do not have the daily opportunity of scanning relevant material passing through their offices.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estár aún más alejados

  • 9 ir aun más lejos

    (v.) = go + a/one step further
    Ex. I would be inclined to go one step further and treat the entire corpus of an author's writings as his/her work.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + a/one step further

    Ex: I would be inclined to go one step further and treat the entire corpus of an author's writings as his/her work.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir aun más lejos

  • 10 llevar + Nombre + aún más lejos

    (v.) = take + Nombre + a/one step further/farther
    Ex. Taking this argument a step further, it is the mind of the librarian that makes the inicial screening assessment.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + Nombre + a/one step further/farther

    Ex: Taking this argument a step further, it is the mind of the librarian that makes the inicial screening assessment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > llevar + Nombre + aún más lejos

  • 11 llevar aún más lejos

    (v.) = take + one stage further, progress + one stage further, carry + one stage further, develop + one stage further, take + a step further, extend + one step further, carry + one step further, take + one step further
    Ex. The special auxiliaries allow the process of synthesis to be taken one stage further.
    Ex. Progressing a stage further, it would be economically short-sighted, to say the least, for a large co-operative network such as OCLC in the United States or BLCMP in the UK, not to take advantage of the MARC service.
    Ex. The problem arises from the fact that it is very difficult to fix an absolute level of analysis; there is nearly always the possibility of carrying our analysis one stage further.
    Ex. So we can develop our significance order one stage further, to give us Thing-Material-Action.
    Ex. This has been taken a step further by using a screen editor to 'prevent the human indexer or coder from making syntactic errors in the first place'.
    Ex. We can extend these two concepts one step further, and use them to guarantee the integrity of the authority file itself.
    Ex. The concept of policy may, therefore, be carried one step further.
    Ex. One should take this mission one step further by defining the overlap between the needs of the user and the capabilities of the library or information center.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + one stage further, progress + one stage further, carry + one stage further, develop + one stage further, take + a step further, extend + one step further, carry + one step further, take + one step further

    Ex: The special auxiliaries allow the process of synthesis to be taken one stage further.

    Ex: Progressing a stage further, it would be economically short-sighted, to say the least, for a large co-operative network such as OCLC in the United States or BLCMP in the UK, not to take advantage of the MARC service.
    Ex: The problem arises from the fact that it is very difficult to fix an absolute level of analysis; there is nearly always the possibility of carrying our analysis one stage further.
    Ex: So we can develop our significance order one stage further, to give us Thing-Material-Action.
    Ex: This has been taken a step further by using a screen editor to 'prevent the human indexer or coder from making syntactic errors in the first place'.
    Ex: We can extend these two concepts one step further, and use them to guarantee the integrity of the authority file itself.
    Ex: The concept of policy may, therefore, be carried one step further.
    Ex: One should take this mission one step further by defining the overlap between the needs of the user and the capabilities of the library or information center.

    Spanish-English dictionary > llevar aún más lejos

  • 12 lo que es aun más inquietante

    Ex. I looked down and saw a tiny but perfect mummified human body with hair, dark brown skin and more disturbingly, wings.
    * * *

    Ex: I looked down and saw a tiny but perfect mummified human body with hair, dark brown skin and more disturbingly, wings.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lo que es aun más inquietante

  • 13 lo que es aun más preocupante

    Ex. I looked down and saw a tiny but perfect mummified human body with hair, dark brown skin and more disturbingly, wings.
    * * *

    Ex: I looked down and saw a tiny but perfect mummified human body with hair, dark brown skin and more disturbingly, wings.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lo que es aun más preocupante

  • 14 para complicar aun más las cosas

    Ex. To add to the confusion, other researchers have detected pleasure-sensing regions in a completely different part of the brain and that dopamine is not responsible for the pleasure response.
    * * *

    Ex: To add to the confusion, other researchers have detected pleasure-sensing regions in a completely different part of the brain and that dopamine is not responsible for the pleasure response.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para complicar aun más las cosas

  • 15 para confundir aun más las cosas

    Ex. To add to the confusion, other researchers have detected pleasure-sensing regions in a completely different part of the brain and that dopamine is not responsible for the pleasure response.
    * * *

    Ex: To add to the confusion, other researchers have detected pleasure-sensing regions in a completely different part of the brain and that dopamine is not responsible for the pleasure response.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para confundir aun más las cosas

  • 16 separar aun más

    (v.) = widen + the gap between... and
    Ex. There has been increasing concern that advances in high technology have widened the information gap between developed and developing countries.
    * * *
    (v.) = widen + the gap between... and

    Ex: There has been increasing concern that advances in high technology have widened the information gap between developed and developing countries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > separar aun más

  • 17 ser aun más

    Ex. Stories that lead to doing things are all the more attractive to children, who are active rather than passive creatures.
    * * *

    Ex: Stories that lead to doing things are all the more attractive to children, who are active rather than passive creatures.

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  • 18 aun más

    нареч.

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > aun más

  • 19 aún más

    • even more
    • even more so
    • ever more
    • furthermore
    • moreover

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > aún más

  • 20 aún más que

    • even more so
    • even more so than
    • even more than
    • more than

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > aún más que


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