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  • 881 hacer todo lo posible por

    (v.) = go to + any lengths to, go to + great lengths to, endeavour [endeavor, -USA], take + (great) pains to
    Ex. Some library staff will go to almost any lengths to avoid challenges, criticism, and controversy over which titles and which kinds of materials should be made available to their communities.
    Ex. Writers and publishers go to great lengths to avoid the appearance of supporting or condoning homosexuality.
    Ex. There are many able people who are endeavouring to do the kind of things discussed in this article against the grain of an historically received pattern of organisation.
    Ex. Manic-depressives who are aware of their mental illness usually take great pains not to let the cat out of the bag, fearing it will damage their career and poison relationships.
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    (v.) = go to + any lengths to, go to + great lengths to, endeavour [endeavor, -USA], take + (great) pains to

    Ex: Some library staff will go to almost any lengths to avoid challenges, criticism, and controversy over which titles and which kinds of materials should be made available to their communities.

    Ex: Writers and publishers go to great lengths to avoid the appearance of supporting or condoning homosexuality.
    Ex: There are many able people who are endeavouring to do the kind of things discussed in this article against the grain of an historically received pattern of organisation.
    Ex: Manic-depressives who are aware of their mental illness usually take great pains not to let the cat out of the bag, fearing it will damage their career and poison relationships.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer todo lo posible por

  • 882 hacer todo lo que Uno pueda (dado)

    (v.) = do + the best possible (with)
    Ex. The library's approach has been to do the best possible with available resources.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer todo lo que Uno pueda (dado)

  • 883 hacer todo lo que está en nuestras manos

    (v.) = pull out + all the stops
    Ex. So, as you see we're pulling out all the stops to give you a memorable conference.
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    (v.) = pull out + all the stops

    Ex: So, as you see we're pulling out all the stops to give you a memorable conference.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer todo lo que está en nuestras manos

  • 884 hacer un todo de

    (v.) = lump + Nombre + into
    Ex. Whatever the product or service, the one person librarian is best advised to market it individually, and not attempt to lump it into an overall campaign to market the library as a whole.
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    (v.) = lump + Nombre + into

    Ex: Whatever the product or service, the one person librarian is best advised to market it individually, and not attempt to lump it into an overall campaign to market the library as a whole.

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  • 885 hacerlo todo excepto

    (v.) = stop at + nothing short of
    Ex. Special library practice implies special service, tailored to the reader's needs, and that such service stops at nothing short of participation in library research activities of readers by the librarian.
    * * *
    (v.) = stop at + nothing short of

    Ex: Special library practice implies special service, tailored to the reader's needs, and that such service stops at nothing short of participation in library research activities of readers by the librarian.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerlo todo excepto

  • 886 hacerlo todo menos

    (v.) = stop at + nothing short of
    Ex. Special library practice implies special service, tailored to the reader's needs, and that such service stops at nothing short of participation in library research activities of readers by the librarian.
    * * *
    (v.) = stop at + nothing short of

    Ex: Special library practice implies special service, tailored to the reader's needs, and that such service stops at nothing short of participation in library research activities of readers by the librarian.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerlo todo menos

  • 887 hacha de guerra

    (n.) = tomahawk
    Ex. So when the king gave the word his men pulled their tomahawks from under the coats and killed several and took the rest prisoners.
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    (n.) = tomahawk

    Ex: So when the king gave the word his men pulled their tomahawks from under the coats and killed several and took the rest prisoners.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacha de guerra

  • 888 hasta ahora, todo bien

    = so far, so good
    Ex. So far, so good.
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    = so far, so good

    Ex: So far, so good.

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  • 889 hombre para todo

    (n.) = handyman [handymen, pl.]
    Ex. The impact of television series' and home improvement stores is in the process of transforming a solid handyman niche market into a publishing and bookselling bonanza in the US.
    * * *
    (n.) = handyman [handymen, pl.]

    Ex: The impact of television series' and home improvement stores is in the process of transforming a solid handyman niche market into a publishing and bookselling bonanza in the US.

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  • 890 horas después de la escuela

    (n.) = after-school hours, after-school time
    Ex. The article 'The public library and the latchkey children' concludes that the majority of public libraries are being used to some extent for the purpose of caring for children during after-school hours.
    Ex. Today, far too many children spend most of their out-of-school time in unsupervised, non-educational activities.
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    (n.) = after-school hours, after-school time

    Ex: The article 'The public library and the latchkey children' concludes that the majority of public libraries are being used to some extent for the purpose of caring for children during after-school hours.

    Ex: Today, far too many children spend most of their out-of-school time in unsupervised, non-educational activities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > horas después de la escuela

  • 891 héroe de guerra

    (n.) = fallen hero, war hero
    Ex. The only ones 'using' the war dead as a political bargaining chip are the Republicans who have fought to keep the images of these fallen heroes in the dark.
    Ex. War heroes are admired as embodiments of the human spirit at its most dazzling.
    * * *
    (n.) = fallen hero, war hero

    Ex: The only ones 'using' the war dead as a political bargaining chip are the Republicans who have fought to keep the images of these fallen heroes in the dark.

    Ex: War heroes are admired as embodiments of the human spirit at its most dazzling.

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  • 892 impacto, toda la fuerza, todo la fuerza del impacto

    (n.) = full force
    Ex. Ireland's rugged coastline combined with the full force of Atlantic swell provides suitable conditions for surfing.
    * * *
    (n.) = full force

    Ex: Ireland's rugged coastline combined with the full force of Atlantic swell provides suitable conditions for surfing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > impacto, toda la fuerza, todo la fuerza del impacto

  • 893 incluir a todo el mundo

    (n.) = inclusivity
    Ex. Academic libraries need shed these lingering vestiges of eurocentricism and move forward towards meaningful cultural inclusivity.
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    Ex: Academic libraries need shed these lingering vestiges of eurocentricism and move forward towards meaningful cultural inclusivity.

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  • 894 incluirlo todo

    Ex. Since no site is all inclusive, their relative value will vary depending on the individual's particular needs.
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    Ex: Since no site is all inclusive, their relative value will vary depending on the individual's particular needs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > incluirlo todo

  • 895 inmediatamente después

    adv.
    immediately afterward, in the next breath, immediately after, immediately afterwards.
    * * *
    = thereupon [thereon]
    Ex. Thereupon he rallied, and with an air of accepting the inevitable turned into the library parking lot and went to his office.
    * * *
    = thereupon [thereon]

    Ex: Thereupon he rallied, and with an air of accepting the inevitable turned into the library parking lot and went to his office.

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  • 896 inmediatamente después de

    = fast on the heels of, on the heels of, on the coattails of
    Ex. Fast on the heels of its bicentennial census, the US Census Bureau is at a crossroads with regard to conducting the next census.
    Ex. In a free market supply is always on the heels of demand.
    Ex. Putin, the Russian leader who came to power in 1999 on the coattails of a brutal war with Chechnya, was among the first visitors to this new mosque.
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    = fast on the heels of, on the heels of, on the coattails of

    Ex: Fast on the heels of its bicentennial census, the US Census Bureau is at a crossroads with regard to conducting the next census.

    Ex: In a free market supply is always on the heels of demand.
    Ex: Putin, the Russian leader who came to power in 1999 on the coattails of a brutal war with Chechnya, was among the first visitors to this new mosque.

    Spanish-English dictionary > inmediatamente después de

  • 897 integrar formando un todo

    (v.) = articulate
    Ex. No course on management would be complete without articulating the principles of management (i.e., planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling).
    * * *
    (v.) = articulate

    Ex: No course on management would be complete without articulating the principles of management (i.e., planning, organizing, staffing, directing, controlling).

    Spanish-English dictionary > integrar formando un todo

  • 898 ir a la guerra

    (v.) = go to + war
    Ex. The article 'Some speculations on why the British library profession didn't go to war' compares the varying response of British and American libraries to World War I.
    * * *
    (v.) = go to + war

    Ex: The article 'Some speculations on why the British library profession didn't go to war' compares the varying response of British and American libraries to World War I.

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  • 899 ir todo bien

    (v.) = be fine
    Ex. Some of the talk that has been going on this morning has seemed to say -- if we just had the right code, if we just had the right headings, if we just had the right terms, everything would be fine.
    * * *
    (v.) = be fine

    Ex: Some of the talk that has been going on this morning has seemed to say -- if we just had the right code, if we just had the right headings, if we just had the right terms, everything would be fine.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir todo bien

  • 900 ir todo de maravilla

    (v.) = come up + roses
    Ex. The article 'Everything's coming up roses' provides an annotated list of selected books, information sources and software for those library users who wish to find information about rose gardening.
    * * *
    (v.) = come up + roses

    Ex: The article 'Everything's coming up roses' provides an annotated list of selected books, information sources and software for those library users who wish to find information about rose gardening.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir todo de maravilla

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