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  • 101 con la frente en alto

    (v.) = stand + tall
    Ex. Standing tall on the sunburnt African plains, baobab trees tower over the landscape like great living monuments.
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    (v.) = stand + tall

    Ex: Standing tall on the sunburnt African plains, baobab trees tower over the landscape like great living monuments.

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  • 102 dar un paso al frente

    (v.) = step up
    Ex. Another growing group in this annual pro-life event is women who are stepping up to proclaim their regret for their own abortions.
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    (v.) = step up

    Ex: Another growing group in this annual pro-life event is women who are stepping up to proclaim their regret for their own abortions.

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  • 103 dinero ganado con el sudor de la frente

    Ex. Customers choose an establishment and spend hard-earned money and they want employees to exude appreciation through the attitude that 'we aim to please, the customer is always right, service is our business, and quality is our middle name'.
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    Ex: Customers choose an establishment and spend hard-earned money and they want employees to exude appreciation through the attitude that 'we aim to please, the customer is always right, service is our business, and quality is our middle name'.

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  • 104 en frente

    = ahead, in front
    Ex. He glanced casually at the ill-balanced frontages of the buildings ahead that stretched on and on until they melded in an indistinguishable mass of gray at Laurence Street.
    Ex. At first glance, one may only be conscious of the people stationed behind the desk and those waiting in front.
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    = ahead, in front

    Ex: He glanced casually at the ill-balanced frontages of the buildings ahead that stretched on and on until they melded in an indistinguishable mass of gray at Laurence Street.

    Ex: At first glance, one may only be conscious of the people stationed behind the desk and those waiting in front.

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  • 105 en frente de

    Ex. Replace the question mark in front of 'quit' with any character to indicate that you have decided not to make the file entry now in progress.
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    Ex: Replace the question mark in front of 'quit' with any character to indicate that you have decided not to make the file entry now in progress.

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  • 106 formar un piquete frente a

    (v.) = picket
    Ex. This Suffragist newspaper performed several important functions for its publisher, the National Woman's Party, which picketed the USA White House in 1917 to protest for votes for women.
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    (v.) = picket

    Ex: This Suffragist newspaper performed several important functions for its publisher, the National Woman's Party, which picketed the USA White House in 1917 to protest for votes for women.

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  • 107 frente a la playa

    (adj.) = beachfront
    Ex. Coastal scrub has been cleared for beachfront hotels, resorts, and housing developments.
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    (adj.) = beachfront

    Ex: Coastal scrub has been cleared for beachfront hotels, resorts, and housing developments.

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  • 108 frente al mar

    (adj.) = on the seafront, seafront, beachfront
    Ex. This is a popular eatery on the seafront.
    Ex. This luxury seafront licensed hotel is 'one of the best places to stay in the world'.
    Ex. Coastal scrub has been cleared for beachfront hotels, resorts, and housing developments.
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    (adj.) = on the seafront, seafront, beachfront

    Ex: This is a popular eatery on the seafront.

    Ex: This luxury seafront licensed hotel is 'one of the best places to stay in the world'.
    Ex: Coastal scrub has been cleared for beachfront hotels, resorts, and housing developments.

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  • 109 frente al océano

    (adj.) = oceanfront
    Ex. A man and a woman were killed at a luxury oceanfront resort when police fired into their bungalow after they refused to drop a handgun.
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    (adj.) = oceanfront

    Ex: A man and a woman were killed at a luxury oceanfront resort when police fired into their bungalow after they refused to drop a handgun.

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  • 110 frente de altas presiones

    Ex. Ridges of high pressure often occur between two frontal systems and move with them.
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    Ex: Ridges of high pressure often occur between two frontal systems and move with them.

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  • 111 frente de bajas presiones

    Ex. A ridge of low pressure swung over Wisconsin a day prior to the national meet.
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    Ex: A ridge of low pressure swung over Wisconsin a day prior to the national meet.

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  • 112 frente de batalla, el

    (n.) = battlefront, the
    Ex. There is a latent contradiction between the leadership role of intellectuals, while peasants man the battlefront.

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  • 113 frente de guerra, el

    (n.) = war front, the
    Ex. She parachuted along with the troops & medical personnel & tended the wounded along the war front.

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  • 114 frente de investigación

    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.
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    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.

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  • 115 frente glacial

    (n.) = cold front
    Ex. Warm fronts move more slowly than cold fronts, and are associated with less severe weather.
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    (n.) = cold front

    Ex: Warm fronts move more slowly than cold fronts, and are associated with less severe weather.

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  • 116 frente metereológico

    Ex. In meteorology, a weather front is a boundary between two air masses with differing characteristics (e.g., air temperature or humidity).
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    Ex: In meteorology, a weather front is a boundary between two air masses with differing characteristics (e.g., air temperature or humidity).

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  • 117 frente occidental, el

    = Western Front, the
    Ex. The Monument to the Expeditionary Force in Bangkok is a memorial to the Thai soldiers killed on the Western Front in World War I.

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  • 118 ganarse el pan con el sudor de la frente

    = earn + Posesivo + daily bread with the sweat of + Posesivo + brow
    Ex. An information society is one in which the expression ' to earn one's daily bread by the sweat of one's brow' appears decidedly anachronistic.
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    = earn + Posesivo + daily bread with the sweat of + Posesivo + brow

    Ex: An information society is one in which the expression ' to earn one's daily bread by the sweat of one's brow' appears decidedly anachronistic.

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  • 119 hacer frente

    v.
    to cope, to face it.
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    (v.) = combat, come to + terms with, contain, address + Nombre + head-on, meet + Nombre + head-on, tackle + Nombre + head-on, face + Nombre + head-on, engage
    Ex. The faithful adherents of the ideology of the finding catalog were determined to combat the unwelcome intrusion of Panizzi's scheme before the Royal Commission.
    Ex. Much of the conventional wisdom of librarianship is going to have to undergo what is so aptly described as an 'agonizing reappraisal' before we can come to terms with the new information age.
    Ex. The huge upsurge in publishing activity outran the rudimentary abilities of libraries and contemporary bibliographers to contain it.
    Ex. The inclusion of vendors and publishers allows everyone to address sticky business relationships head-on.
    Ex. While we lament the changed environment in which we live, we must not permit inertia and rigidity to prohibit us from meeting head on the demands it makes on us.
    Ex. The author emphasizes the importance for libraries of tackling copyright issues head on.
    Ex. Both stress the need to face the issues head on, but prudently, by documenting the extent of the problem before meeting with the library director.
    Ex. Australian destroyers engaged the Japanese shore guns and the mine sweepers carried out their task successfully, but not without loss.
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    (v.) = combat, come to + terms with, contain, address + Nombre + head-on, meet + Nombre + head-on, tackle + Nombre + head-on, face + Nombre + head-on, engage

    Ex: The faithful adherents of the ideology of the finding catalog were determined to combat the unwelcome intrusion of Panizzi's scheme before the Royal Commission.

    Ex: Much of the conventional wisdom of librarianship is going to have to undergo what is so aptly described as an 'agonizing reappraisal' before we can come to terms with the new information age.
    Ex: The huge upsurge in publishing activity outran the rudimentary abilities of libraries and contemporary bibliographers to contain it.
    Ex: The inclusion of vendors and publishers allows everyone to address sticky business relationships head-on.
    Ex: While we lament the changed environment in which we live, we must not permit inertia and rigidity to prohibit us from meeting head on the demands it makes on us.
    Ex: The author emphasizes the importance for libraries of tackling copyright issues head on.
    Ex: Both stress the need to face the issues head on, but prudently, by documenting the extent of the problem before meeting with the library director.
    Ex: Australian destroyers engaged the Japanese shore guns and the mine sweepers carried out their task successfully, but not without loss.

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  • 120 hacer frente a gastos

    (v.) = meet + expenses
    Ex. Those that cannot meet legal expenses can receive help from one of three legal aid schemes introduced by the government: legal advice and assistance, legal aid in civil proceedings and legal aid in criminal proceedings.
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    (v.) = meet + expenses

    Ex: Those that cannot meet legal expenses can receive help from one of three legal aid schemes introduced by the government: legal advice and assistance, legal aid in civil proceedings and legal aid in criminal proceedings.

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См. также в других словарях:

  • chichón — sustantivo masculino 1. Bulto que sale en la cabeza a consecuencia de un golpe: Me he dado un golpe con la puerta y me ha salido un chichón. El niño se ha hecho un chichón en la frente …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • chipote — ► sustantivo masculino 1 América Manotazo, golpe dado con la mano: ■ le dio un buen chipote para castigarla. 2 México, Guatemala Chichón, bulto producido por un golpe en la cabeza: ■ le ha salido un buen chipote en la frente. * * * chipotazo o… …   Enciclopedia Universal