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le+ha+salido+un+chichón+en+la+frente

  • 121 hacer frente a la delincuencia

    (v.) = tackle + crime
    Ex. A new Federal regulation aimed at tackling white-collar crime has sobering implications for managers.
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    (v.) = tackle + crime

    Ex: A new Federal regulation aimed at tackling white-collar crime has sobering implications for managers.

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  • 122 hacer frente a la inflación

    (v.) = combat + inflation
    Ex. Over the past 6 years 37% of industrial libraries have suffered cuts in operating budgets and that a further 36% have only had increases sufficient to combat inflation.
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    (v.) = combat + inflation

    Ex: Over the past 6 years 37% of industrial libraries have suffered cuts in operating budgets and that a further 36% have only had increases sufficient to combat inflation.

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  • 123 hacer frente a la realidad (de que)

    (v.) = face + the truth (that)
    Ex. The existential theme of this play, the need to face the truth that there is no meaningful life, may have been too much for its first American audience.

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  • 124 hacer frente a la situación

    (v.) = tackle + situation
    Ex. Outbreaks of violence and attacks on staff in libraries have led librarians to consider methods of tackling the situation.
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    (v.) = tackle + situation

    Ex: Outbreaks of violence and attacks on staff in libraries have led librarians to consider methods of tackling the situation.

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  • 125 hacer frente a la vida

    (v.) = cope
    Ex. The results suggest that neurotically hostile individuals view others as distrustful, the world as threatening, and themselves as unable to cope.
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    (v.) = cope

    Ex: The results suggest that neurotically hostile individuals view others as distrustful, the world as threatening, and themselves as unable to cope.

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  • 126 hacer frente a las diferencias

    (v.) = face + differences
    Ex. The immense cultural differences facing the professions tends to render comparisons valueless.
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    (v.) = face + differences

    Ex: The immense cultural differences facing the professions tends to render comparisons valueless.

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  • 127 hacer frente a los elementos

    (v.) = brave + the elements
    Ex. A large party braved the elements on foot, and when they reached the summit they were drenched to the skin.
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    (v.) = brave + the elements

    Ex: A large party braved the elements on foot, and when they reached the summit they were drenched to the skin.

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  • 128 hacer frente a los hechos

    (v.) = face + facts
    Ex. Cases keep discussion grounded on certain persistent facts that must be faced, and keep a realistic rein on airy flights of academic speculation.
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    (v.) = face + facts

    Ex: Cases keep discussion grounded on certain persistent facts that must be faced, and keep a realistic rein on airy flights of academic speculation.

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  • 129 hacer frente a tiempos difíciles

    (v.) = cope with + difficult times, cope with + difficult times
    Ex. The author outlines strategies developed by the publishing industry, booksellers and library managers to cope with difficult times.
    Ex. The author outlines strategies developed by the publishing industry, booksellers and library managers to cope with difficult times.
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    (v.) = cope with + difficult times, cope with + difficult times

    Ex: The author outlines strategies developed by the publishing industry, booksellers and library managers to cope with difficult times.

    Ex: The author outlines strategies developed by the publishing industry, booksellers and library managers to cope with difficult times.

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  • 130 hacer frente a un cambio

    (v.) = meet + change
    Ex. All professionals need consciously and continously to update their skills in order to meet the challenges and changes in technology and in their fields.
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    (v.) = meet + change

    Ex: All professionals need consciously and continously to update their skills in order to meet the challenges and changes in technology and in their fields.

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  • 131 hacer frente a un gasto

    (v.) = meet + cost
    Ex. Unesco has launched an international appeal to meet the cost of the library building.
    * * *
    (v.) = meet + cost

    Ex: Unesco has launched an international appeal to meet the cost of the library building.

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  • 132 hacer frente a un problema

    (v.) = attack + problem, combat + problem, wrestle with + problem
    Ex. We know what our problems are, and we can attack them from that point of view.
    Ex. The majority of students condemn the theft or mutilation of library stock and welcome security measures to combat this problem.
    Ex. Libraries and other institutions currently have little or no guidance from their legislators as they wrestle with the problems related to Internet use.
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    (v.) = attack + problem, combat + problem, wrestle with + problem

    Ex: We know what our problems are, and we can attack them from that point of view.

    Ex: The majority of students condemn the theft or mutilation of library stock and welcome security measures to combat this problem.
    Ex: Libraries and other institutions currently have little or no guidance from their legislators as they wrestle with the problems related to Internet use.

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  • 133 hacer frente a un reto

    (v.) = rise (up) to + challenge, confront + challenge, meet + challenge, embrace + challenge
    Ex. Librarians, like all educators, rose to this new challenge, and programs designed to 'Americanize' the immigrant sprang up in all the major libraries in the country.
    Ex. It is very important to establish information networks as a mechanism to confront the challenges presented by the 'information explosion'.
    Ex. They have to be reformed into organizations better fitted to meet the challenges of technology-dominated futures.
    Ex. A new energy efficiency survey reveals that business is embracing the challenge of becoming more environmentally friendly.
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    (v.) = rise (up) to + challenge, confront + challenge, meet + challenge, embrace + challenge

    Ex: Librarians, like all educators, rose to this new challenge, and programs designed to 'Americanize' the immigrant sprang up in all the major libraries in the country.

    Ex: It is very important to establish information networks as a mechanism to confront the challenges presented by the 'information explosion'.
    Ex: They have to be reformed into organizations better fitted to meet the challenges of technology-dominated futures.
    Ex: A new energy efficiency survey reveals that business is embracing the challenge of becoming more environmentally friendly.

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  • 134 hacer frente a una amenaza

    (v.) = address + threat
    Ex. This paper has described several endeavours which illustrate how we can address the threats from technological discontinuities.
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    (v.) = address + threat

    Ex: This paper has described several endeavours which illustrate how we can address the threats from technological discontinuities.

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  • 135 hacer frente a una crisis

    (v.) = face + crisis, meet + crisis
    Ex. Calculated, moderate risk-taking in search of improvement and change must be the strategy of the dynamic librarian of the 1980s in the light of the crisis to be faced.
    Ex. There is significant optimism about technological innovation meeting any possible crisis in literature growth.
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    (v.) = face + crisis, meet + crisis

    Ex: Calculated, moderate risk-taking in search of improvement and change must be the strategy of the dynamic librarian of the 1980s in the light of the crisis to be faced.

    Ex: There is significant optimism about technological innovation meeting any possible crisis in literature growth.

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  • 136 hacer frente a una incertidumbre

    (v.) = meet + uncertainty
    Ex. Rather, SLIS should develop a variety of ways to meet uncertainties inherent in assessments of future trends.
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    (v.) = meet + uncertainty

    Ex: Rather, SLIS should develop a variety of ways to meet uncertainties inherent in assessments of future trends.

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  • 137 hacer frente a una necesidad

    (v.) = meet + need, serve + need
    Ex. Many common needs could be met by shared accommodation and equipment.
    Ex. The public library, the university library, the library of a commercial firm, for example, each serve the various needs of differing groups of users.
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    (v.) = meet + need, serve + need

    Ex: Many common needs could be met by shared accommodation and equipment.

    Ex: The public library, the university library, the library of a commercial firm, for example, each serve the various needs of differing groups of users.

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  • 138 hacer frente a una responsabilidad

    (v.) = meet + responsibility, face up to + responsibility
    Ex. It is not enough to train the rising generation to meet their new responsibilities, for irreversible decisions must be made before they come to maturity.
    Ex. Regrettably, some people have considerable difficulty in facing up to responsibility and they procrastinate; others become notorious for making snap judgments.
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    (v.) = meet + responsibility, face up to + responsibility

    Ex: It is not enough to train the rising generation to meet their new responsibilities, for irreversible decisions must be made before they come to maturity.

    Ex: Regrettably, some people have considerable difficulty in facing up to responsibility and they procrastinate; others become notorious for making snap judgments.

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  • 139 hacer frente al cambio

    (v.) = manage + change
    Ex. To implement the plan will require librarians to actively manage change and foster the cooperation of vendors.
    * * *
    (v.) = manage + change

    Ex: To implement the plan will require librarians to actively manage change and foster the cooperation of vendors.

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  • 140 hacer frente al futuro

    (v.) = face up to + the future
    Ex. We must face up to the future and ensure that the unique value of the public library as a focus for community life are shared with others.
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    (v.) = face up to + the future

    Ex: We must face up to the future and ensure that the unique value of the public library as a focus for community life are shared with others.

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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


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