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  • 1 biblioteconomía

    f.
    library science, librarianship.
    * * *
    1 librarianship
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    = librarianship, library science.
    Nota: La documentación aplicada a la organización, administración y funcionamiento de las bibliotecas.
    Ex. In the literature of librarianship the term indexing is used with several shades of meaning = En la literatura de biblioteconomía el término indización se usa con distintos matices de significado.
    Ex. Now turn to page 199 where you will see reprinted the schedule for the subject area library science.
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    * ALISE (Asociación para la Educación en Biblioteconomía y Documentación) = ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education).
    * área de la biblioteconomía = library field.
    * biblioteconomía comparada = comparative librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía en equipo = team librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en documentación médica = medical librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en documentación musical = music librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en documentación para enfermería = nursing librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en el material audiovisual = audiovisual librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en el trabajo de referencia = reference librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en las bibliotecas académicas = college librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en las bibliotecas de investigación = research librianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en las bibliotecas universitarias = academic librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en las publicaciones seriadas = serials librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en los mapas = map librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía para enfermería = nursing librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía para las bibliotecas de derecho = law librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía para las bibliotecas especializadas = special librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía para medicina = medical librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía relacionada con los libros raros = rare book librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía relacionada con los temas de las bibliotecas escolares = school librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía y documentación = librarianship and information science (LIS), library and information studies.
    * biblioteconomía y documentación (ByD) = library and information science (LIS), information and library studies (ILS).
    * Consejo de los Servicios de Biblioteconomía y Documentación (LISC) = Library and Information Services Council (LISC).
    * diplomado en biblioteconomía = library school graduate.
    * enseñanza de biblioteconomía = library education, library science education, educational librarianship.
    * enseñanza de biblioteconomía y documentación = library and information science education.
    * escuela de biblioteconomía = library school.
    * escuela de biblioteconomía reconocida = accredited library school.
    * escuela de biblioteconomía y documentación = LIS school.
    * escuela universitaria de biblioteconomía y documentación (EUBYD) = school of librarianship and information science (SLIS).
    * facultad de biblioteconomía y documen = graduate library school.
    * facultad de biblioteconomía y documentación = Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS), LIS school.
    * Fomento de la Biblioteconomía en el Tercer Mundo (ALP) = Advancement of Librarianship in the Third World (ALP).
    * investigación en biblioteconomía = library research.
    * investigación en biblioteconomía y documentación = library and information science research.
    * investigador de la biblioteconomía = library scholar.
    * licenciado en biblioteconomía y documentación = MLS graduate.
    * producción bibliográfica sobre biblioteconomía = library literature.
    * profesorado de biblioteconomía = library school faculty.
    * profesor de biblioteconomía = library educator.
    * titulación en biblioteconomía y documentación = library degree, library science degree.
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    = librarianship, library science.
    Nota: La documentación aplicada a la organización, administración y funcionamiento de las bibliotecas.

    Ex: In the literature of librarianship the term indexing is used with several shades of meaning = En la literatura de biblioteconomía el término indización se usa con distintos matices de significado.

    Ex: Now turn to page 199 where you will see reprinted the schedule for the subject area library science.
    * ALISE (Asociación para la Educación en Biblioteconomía y Documentación) = ALISE (Association for Library and Information Science Education).
    * área de la biblioteconomía = library field.
    * biblioteconomía comparada = comparative librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía en equipo = team librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en documentación médica = medical librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en documentación musical = music librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en documentación para enfermería = nursing librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en el material audiovisual = audiovisual librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en el trabajo de referencia = reference librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en las bibliotecas académicas = college librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en las bibliotecas de investigación = research librianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en las bibliotecas universitarias = academic librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en las publicaciones seriadas = serials librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en los mapas = map librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía para enfermería = nursing librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía para las bibliotecas de derecho = law librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía para las bibliotecas especializadas = special librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía para medicina = medical librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía relacionada con los libros raros = rare book librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía relacionada con los temas de las bibliotecas escolares = school librarianship.
    * biblioteconomía y documentación = librarianship and information science (LIS), library and information studies.
    * biblioteconomía y documentación (ByD) = library and information science (LIS), information and library studies (ILS).
    * Consejo de los Servicios de Biblioteconomía y Documentación (LISC) = Library and Information Services Council (LISC).
    * diplomado en biblioteconomía = library school graduate.
    * enseñanza de biblioteconomía = library education, library science education, educational librarianship.
    * enseñanza de biblioteconomía y documentación = library and information science education.
    * escuela de biblioteconomía = library school.
    * escuela de biblioteconomía reconocida = accredited library school.
    * escuela de biblioteconomía y documentación = LIS school.
    * escuela universitaria de biblioteconomía y documentación (EUBYD) = school of librarianship and information science (SLIS).
    * facultad de biblioteconomía y documen = graduate library school.
    * facultad de biblioteconomía y documentación = Graduate School of Library and Information Science (GSLIS), LIS school.
    * Fomento de la Biblioteconomía en el Tercer Mundo (ALP) = Advancement of Librarianship in the Third World (ALP).
    * investigación en biblioteconomía = library research.
    * investigación en biblioteconomía y documentación = library and information science research.
    * investigador de la biblioteconomía = library scholar.
    * licenciado en biblioteconomía y documentación = MLS graduate.
    * producción bibliográfica sobre biblioteconomía = library literature.
    * profesorado de biblioteconomía = library school faculty.
    * profesor de biblioteconomía = library educator.
    * titulación en biblioteconomía y documentación = library degree, library science degree.

    * * *
    librarianship, US library science
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    f librarianship, library science

    Spanish-English dictionary > biblioteconomía

  • 2 investigador de la biblioteconomía

    Ex. He won international recognition as a library scholar and authority on indexing.
    * * *

    Ex: He won international recognition as a library scholar and authority on indexing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > investigador de la biblioteconomía

  • 3 investigador1

    1 = investigator, research worker, researcher, research scientist, research user, research scholar.
    Ex. One can now picture a future investigator in his laboratory, his hands are free, he is not anchored.
    Ex. Most people come to me with problems and can't make their way around because the library catalog is structured for the research worker.
    Ex. An alertness to work in related fields may stimulate creativity in disseminating ideas from one field of study to another, for both the researcher and the manager.
    Ex. The article 'Lovely idea, but unlovely pricing' criticizes the pricing level of a new service aimed at research scientists in the pharmaceutical, chemical, and biotechnology companies.
    Ex. This article examines opportunities for collaboration between specialists and research users in creating information-managing tools.
    Ex. He was a dauntless adventurer, a sleuthhound, a research scholar of exceptional acuity.
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    * comunidad académica de investigadores = academic research community.
    * investigador científico = scholarly researcher.
    * investigador de campo = fieldworker [field worker].
    * investigador de genealogías = ancestor hunter.
    * investigador de la biblioteconomía = library scholar.
    * investigador de mercado = market researcher, market research worker.
    * investigador de pinturas = picture researcher.
    * investigador experimental = experimentalist.
    * investigador histórico = historical researcher.
    * investigador invitado = research fellow.
    * investigador principal = principal investigator, principal researcher.
    * investigador privado = private eye, private detective.
    * investigador teórico = theorist.
    * uno de los dos investigadores principales = co-principal investigator.

    Spanish-English dictionary > investigador1

  • 4 investigador

    adj.
    investigating, inquiring, inquisitive, investigative.
    m.
    1 investigator, research worker, scientist, researcher.
    2 detective, investigator, sleuth.
    3 investigator, inquirer.
    * * *
    1 (que indaga) investigating
    2 (que estudia) research
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (científico) researcher
    2 (detective) investigator
    \
    investigador,-ra privado,-a private investigator
    * * *
    (f. - investigadora)
    noun
    * * *
    investigador, -a
    1.
    ADJ [gen] investigative; [en ciencia] research antes de s

    equipo investigador[en periodismo, policía] team of investigators; [en ciencia] research team

    labor investigadora[de periodista, policía] investigative work; [en ciencia] research

    2. SM / F
    1) (=periodista, policía) investigator

    investigador(a) privado/a — private investigator o detective

    2) (=científico) research worker, researcher; [de doctorado] research student
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    I
    - dora adjetivo
    a) (en relación con un delito, siniestro)
    b) (Educ, Med, Tec) research (before n)
    II
    - dora masculino, femenino
    a) ( que indaga) investigator
    b) (Educ, Med, Tec) researcher
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    I
    - dora adjetivo
    a) (en relación con un delito, siniestro)
    b) (Educ, Med, Tec) research (before n)
    II
    - dora masculino, femenino
    a) ( que indaga) investigator
    b) (Educ, Med, Tec) researcher
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    investigador1
    1 = investigator, research worker, researcher, research scientist, research user, research scholar.

    Ex: One can now picture a future investigator in his laboratory, his hands are free, he is not anchored.

    Ex: Most people come to me with problems and can't make their way around because the library catalog is structured for the research worker.
    Ex: An alertness to work in related fields may stimulate creativity in disseminating ideas from one field of study to another, for both the researcher and the manager.
    Ex: The article 'Lovely idea, but unlovely pricing' criticizes the pricing level of a new service aimed at research scientists in the pharmaceutical, chemical, and biotechnology companies.
    Ex: This article examines opportunities for collaboration between specialists and research users in creating information-managing tools.
    Ex: He was a dauntless adventurer, a sleuthhound, a research scholar of exceptional acuity.
    * comunidad académica de investigadores = academic research community.
    * investigador científico = scholarly researcher.
    * investigador de campo = fieldworker [field worker].
    * investigador de genealogías = ancestor hunter.
    * investigador de la biblioteconomía = library scholar.
    * investigador de mercado = market researcher, market research worker.
    * investigador de pinturas = picture researcher.
    * investigador experimental = experimentalist.
    * investigador histórico = historical researcher.
    * investigador invitado = research fellow.
    * investigador principal = principal investigator, principal researcher.
    * investigador privado = private eye, private detective.
    * investigador teórico = theorist.
    * uno de los dos investigadores principales = co-principal investigator.

    investigador2
    2 = investigative, investigational, investigating.

    Ex: It is paramount to put designers themselves under the spotlight for investigative purposes.

    Ex: The most exciting development appears to be the combined use of more than one investigational technique, across one or more tissues simultaneously.
    Ex: Moreover, the investigating function is in principle kept separate from the prosecuting one, at least in the case of the more serious offences including those related to corruption.
    * comisión investigadora = commission of enquiry, investigating committee, investigation committee.
    * equipo investigador = research team.
    * personal investigador = research staff.
    * productividad investigadora = research productivity.

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    1
    (en relación con un delito, siniestro): se ha nombrado una comisión investigadora a committee of inquiry has been set up
    terminaron sus tareas investigadoras they finished their investigative work o their investigations
    2 ( Educ, Med, Tec) research ( before n)
    el equipo investigador the research team
    su labor investigadora their research (work)
    masculine, feminine
    1 (que indaga) investigator
    2 ( Educ, Med, Tec) researcher
    Compuesto:
    investigador privado, investigadora privada
    private investigator
    * * *

    investigador
    ◊ - dora sustantivo masculino, femenino


    b) (Educ, Med, Tec) researcher

    investigador,-ora sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 (detective) investigator
    2 (científico) researcher, research worker
    ' investigador' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    investigadora
    - rigurosa
    - riguroso
    - sabueso
    English:
    investigator
    - researcher
    - snooper
    - fact
    * * *
    investigador, -ora
    adj
    1. [que estudia] research;
    un equipo investigador a research team;
    capacidad investigadora research capability
    2. [que indaga] investigating;
    comisión investigadora committee of inquiry
    nm,f
    1. [estudioso] researcher
    2. [detective] investigator
    investigador privado private investigator o detective
    * * *
    I adj research atr ;
    comisión investigadora committee of inquiry
    II m, investigadora f researcher
    * * *
    : investigative
    1) : investigator
    2) : researcher
    * * *
    investigador n researcher

    Spanish-English dictionary > investigador

  • 5 Library Tour

    Nota: Programa de ordenador que permite al lector averiguar la localización de los servicios y fondos de una biblioteca.
    Ex. A program called 'Library Tour' has been developed which responds to the user's input on possible movements within the library, and indicates which library services or section of stock will be found at the point reached.
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    Nota: Programa de ordenador que permite al lector averiguar la localización de los servicios y fondos de una biblioteca.

    Ex: A program called 'Library Tour' has been developed which responds to the user's input on possible movements within the library, and indicates which library services or section of stock will be found at the point reached.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Library Tour

  • 6 acceder a

    v.
    1 to agree to.
    María accede a entregar la casa Mary agrees to surrender the house.
    2 to access, to enter.
    Ricardo accedió al recinto Richard accessed=entered the room.
    3 to agree to, to accede to, to condescend to, to acquiesce to.
    María accedió a conversar conmigo Mary agreed to talk with me.
    4 to accede to.
    * * *
    (v.) = approach, fall in with, get at, agree to
    Ex. The searcher may be the end user, but the end user is approaching the search in some ignorance of his real requirements, or of the literature that might be available to meet those requirements.
    Ex. Stanton fell in with the suggestion readily.
    Ex. If the scholar can get at only one a week by diligent search, his syntheses are not likely to keep up with the current scene.
    Ex. In this case, the librarian 'reluctantly agreed to change the heading to 'Sexual Orientation' in anticipation of Library Board disapproval' = En este caso, el bibliotecario " accedió de mala gana a cambiarlo a 'Orientación Sexual' preveyendo el rechazo por parte de la Comisión de la Biblioteca".
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    (v.) = approach, fall in with, get at, agree to

    Ex: The searcher may be the end user, but the end user is approaching the search in some ignorance of his real requirements, or of the literature that might be available to meet those requirements.

    Ex: Stanton fell in with the suggestion readily.
    Ex: If the scholar can get at only one a week by diligent search, his syntheses are not likely to keep up with the current scene.
    Ex: In this case, the librarian 'reluctantly agreed to change the heading to 'Sexual Orientation' in anticipation of Library Board disapproval' = En este caso, el bibliotecario " accedió de mala gana a cambiarlo a 'Orientación Sexual' preveyendo el rechazo por parte de la Comisión de la Biblioteca".

    Spanish-English dictionary > acceder a

  • 7 alocado

    adj.
    1 crazy, mad.
    2 crazy, hothead, harebrained, scatterbrained.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: alocar.
    * * *
    1 (distraído) scatterbrained
    2 (loco) crazy, wild, reckless
    3 (irreflexivo) thoughtless, rash, impetuous
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (despistado) scatterbrain; (loco) fool
    * * *
    (f. - alocada)
    adj.
    2) wild
    * * *
    alocado, -a
    1.
    ADJ (=loco) crazy, mad; (=irresponsable) wild; (=distraído) scatterbrained
    2.
    SM / F madcap
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    I
    - da adjetivo (irresponsable, imprudente) crazy, wild; (irreflexivo, impetuoso) rash, impetuous; ( despistado) scatterbrained
    II
    - da masculino, femenino ( imprudente) crazy o reckless fool; ( irreflexivo) rash fool; ( despistado) scatterbrain
    * * *
    = hectic, freewheeling [free-wheeling], wild [wilder -comp., wildest -sup.], zany [zanier -comp., zaniest -sup.], heedless, berserk, reckless.
    Ex. The hectic pace of developments in IT applications has raised many sensitive issues for educators.
    Ex. Yet it is argued that these fluctuations do not justify either precipitous journal cancellations or free-wheeling additions to the collection.
    Ex. The letter sent Tomas Hernandez into a frenzy of conflicting reactions: ecstatic jubilation and ego-tripping, wild speculation and outrageous fantasy, compounded by confusion and indirection.
    Ex. His zany humor, gawky production, and sexual exhibitionism have grown in this new film into a confident, ironic account of a world in which it pays to be rich and beautiful.
    Ex. In his wise and graceful book, Watts achieves a balance between the blind adulation and heedless scorn that distorts most commentary on Walt Disney.
    Ex. Today, hyperbolic comic and cartoon imagery is an established movie aesthetic -- a berserk but ironic Pop Art expressionism.
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Reckless driving on the information highway, or, is the scholar of the research library effectively using the available resources?'.
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    * hacer algo alocado = do + something footloose and fancy-free.
    * momentos alocados = heady days.
    * tiempos alocados = heady days.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo (irresponsable, imprudente) crazy, wild; (irreflexivo, impetuoso) rash, impetuous; ( despistado) scatterbrained
    II
    - da masculino, femenino ( imprudente) crazy o reckless fool; ( irreflexivo) rash fool; ( despistado) scatterbrain
    * * *
    = hectic, freewheeling [free-wheeling], wild [wilder -comp., wildest -sup.], zany [zanier -comp., zaniest -sup.], heedless, berserk, reckless.

    Ex: The hectic pace of developments in IT applications has raised many sensitive issues for educators.

    Ex: Yet it is argued that these fluctuations do not justify either precipitous journal cancellations or free-wheeling additions to the collection.
    Ex: The letter sent Tomas Hernandez into a frenzy of conflicting reactions: ecstatic jubilation and ego-tripping, wild speculation and outrageous fantasy, compounded by confusion and indirection.
    Ex: His zany humor, gawky production, and sexual exhibitionism have grown in this new film into a confident, ironic account of a world in which it pays to be rich and beautiful.
    Ex: In his wise and graceful book, Watts achieves a balance between the blind adulation and heedless scorn that distorts most commentary on Walt Disney.
    Ex: Today, hyperbolic comic and cartoon imagery is an established movie aesthetic -- a berserk but ironic Pop Art expressionism.
    Ex: The article is entitled ' Reckless driving on the information highway, or, is the scholar of the research library effectively using the available resources?'.
    * hacer algo alocado = do + something footloose and fancy-free.
    * momentos alocados = heady days.
    * tiempos alocados = heady days.

    * * *
    alocado1 -da
    (irresponsable, imprudente) crazy, wild, reckless; (irreflexivo, impetuoso) rash, impetuous; (despistado) scatterbrained
    corría alocado por la calle pidiendo socorro he was running up the street like a madman, calling for help
    alocado2 -da
    masculine, feminine
    (personaimprudente) crazy o reckless fool; (— irreflexiva) rash fool; (— despistada) scatterbrain
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    alocado
    ◊ -da adjetivo (irresponsable, imprudente) crazy, wild;


    (irreflexivo, impetuoso) rash, impetuous;
    ( despistado) scatterbrained
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino ( imprudente) crazy o reckless fool;
    ( irreflexivo) rash fool;
    ( despistado) scatterbrain
    alocado,-a adjetivo thoughtless, rash
    ' alocado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    alocada
    - bala
    - inconsciente
    English:
    wild
    * * *
    alocado, -a
    adj
    1. [loco] crazy;
    lleva una vida alocada she lives a wild life
    2. [irreflexivo] rash, reckless;
    fue una decisión alocada it was a rash decision
    nm,f
    1. [loco]
    es un alocado he's crazy
    2. [irreflexivo]
    es un alocado he's rash o reckless
    * * *
    I adj crazy
    II m, alocada f crazy fool
    * * *
    alocado, -da adj
    1) : crazy
    2) : wild, reckless
    3) : silly, scatterbrained

    Spanish-English dictionary > alocado

  • 8 alumno

    m.
    pupil, student.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    \
    alumno externo day pupil
    antiguo alumno (de colegio) old boy, former pupil 2 (de universidad) old student, former student
    * * *
    (f. - alumna)
    noun
    2) pupil, schoolboy, schoolgirl
    * * *
    alumno, -a
    SM / F
    1) (Escol) pupil; (Univ) student

    antiguo alumno — (Escol) old boy, former pupil, alumnus (EEUU); (Univ) old student, former student, alumnus (EEUU)

    alumno/a externo/a — day pupil

    alumno/a interno/a — boarder

    2) (Jur) ward, foster child
    * * *
    - na masculino, femenino ( de colegio) pupil; ( de universidad) student

    antiguos alumnos or ex-alumnos de la universidad — ex-students o (AmE) alumni of the university

    * * *
    = pupil, student, learner.
    Ex. It describes the annual hobby exchanges week for 6th grade pupils at King's Cristian School library, when pupils swap collectable items eg baseball cards, stamps, coins and shells.
    Ex. Schoolchildren, students, and other whose native language is written in a non-Roman script may find alphabetical order according to Roman characters an almost insurmountable hurdle in the use of catalogues and indexes.
    Ex. Learning takes place in one environment but is put to work in another, and the learner is left to make the transition.
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    * alumna de un colegio de educación mixta = co-ed.
    * alumno de autoescuela = learner driver.
    * alumno de cuarto = fourth grader.
    * alumno de cuarto año = fourth grader.
    * alumno de cuarto curso = fourth grader.
    * alumno de cuarto grado = fourth grader.
    * alumno de primer año = first grader.
    * alumno de primer curso = first grader.
    * alumno de primero = first grader.
    * alumno de quinto = fifth grader.
    * alumno de quinto año = fifth grader.
    * alumno de quinto curso = fifth grader.
    * alumno de segundo = second grader.
    * alumno de segundo año = second grader.
    * alumno de segundo curso = second grader.
    * alumno de séptimo = seventh grader.
    * alumno de séptimo año = seventh grader.
    * alumno de séptimo curso = seventh grader.
    * alumno de sexto = sixth grader.
    * alumno de sexto año = sixth grader.
    * alumno de sexto curso = sixth grader.
    * alumno de tercer año = third grader.
    * alumno de tercer curso = third grader.
    * alumno de tercero = third grader.
    * alumno de un año = grader.
    * alumno de un curso = grader.
    * alumno no aplicado = underachiever.
    * alumno que hace novillos = school truant, truant.
    * alumno que hace rabona = school truant, truant.
    * alumnos = taught.
    * alumno trabajador = student staff.
    * antiguo alumno = alum.
    * asociación de antiguos alumnos = alumni association.
    * Asociación de Madres y Padres de Alumnos (AMPA) = Parent-Teacher Association (PTA).
    * asociación de padres de alumnos = Parent-Teacher Association (PTA).
    * curso para alumnos con matrícula libre = part-time course.
    * número de alumnos matriculados = enrolment [enrollment, -USA].
    * reunión de antiguos alumnos = alumni reunion, class reunion.
    * * *
    - na masculino, femenino ( de colegio) pupil; ( de universidad) student

    antiguos alumnos or ex-alumnos de la universidad — ex-students o (AmE) alumni of the university

    * * *
    = pupil, student, learner.

    Ex: It describes the annual hobby exchanges week for 6th grade pupils at King's Cristian School library, when pupils swap collectable items eg baseball cards, stamps, coins and shells.

    Ex: Schoolchildren, students, and other whose native language is written in a non-Roman script may find alphabetical order according to Roman characters an almost insurmountable hurdle in the use of catalogues and indexes.
    Ex: Learning takes place in one environment but is put to work in another, and the learner is left to make the transition.
    * alumna de un colegio de educación mixta = co-ed.
    * alumno de autoescuela = learner driver.
    * alumno de cuarto = fourth grader.
    * alumno de cuarto año = fourth grader.
    * alumno de cuarto curso = fourth grader.
    * alumno de cuarto grado = fourth grader.
    * alumno de primer año = first grader.
    * alumno de primer curso = first grader.
    * alumno de primero = first grader.
    * alumno de quinto = fifth grader.
    * alumno de quinto año = fifth grader.
    * alumno de quinto curso = fifth grader.
    * alumno de segundo = second grader.
    * alumno de segundo año = second grader.
    * alumno de segundo curso = second grader.
    * alumno de séptimo = seventh grader.
    * alumno de séptimo año = seventh grader.
    * alumno de séptimo curso = seventh grader.
    * alumno de sexto = sixth grader.
    * alumno de sexto año = sixth grader.
    * alumno de sexto curso = sixth grader.
    * alumno de tercer año = third grader.
    * alumno de tercer curso = third grader.
    * alumno de tercero = third grader.
    * alumno de un año = grader.
    * alumno de un curso = grader.
    * alumno no aplicado = underachiever.
    * alumno que hace novillos = school truant, truant.
    * alumno que hace rabona = school truant, truant.
    * alumnos = taught.
    * alumno trabajador = student staff.
    * antiguo alumno = alum.
    * asociación de antiguos alumnos = alumni association.
    * Asociación de Madres y Padres de Alumnos (AMPA) = Parent-Teacher Association (PTA).
    * asociación de padres de alumnos = Parent-Teacher Association (PTA).
    * curso para alumnos con matrícula libre = part-time course.
    * número de alumnos matriculados = enrolment [enrollment, -USA].
    * reunión de antiguos alumnos = alumni reunion, class reunion.

    * * *
    alumno -na
    masculine, feminine
    un antiguo alumno or un ex-alumno del colegio one of the school's old boys
    antiguos alumnos or ex-alumnos de la universidad ex-students o ( AmE) alumni of the university
    Compuestos:
    alumno externo, alumna externa
    ( masculine) day student ( AmE), day boy o pupil ( BrE); ( feminine) day student ( AmE), day girl o pupil ( BrE)
    alumno interno, alumna interna
    boarder
    * * *

     

    alumno
    ◊ -na sustantivo masculino, femenino ( de colegio) pupil;


    ( de universidad) student;

    alumno,-a m,f (escolar) pupil
    Univ student
    alumno interno, boarder

    ' alumno' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    alumna
    - aventajada
    - aventajado
    - escabechar
    - interna
    - interno
    - atento
    - bueno
    - calificar
    - distinguido
    - evaluar
    - externo
    - indisciplinado
    - jalar
    - peor
    - pizarra
    - pupilo
    - readmitir
    - rendir
    - suspender
    - tronar
    - volar
    English:
    alumnus
    - junior
    - pupil
    - scholar
    - school-leaver
    - schoolboy
    - schoolchild
    - senior
    - student
    - disruptive
    - prefect
    - worst
    * * *
    alumno, -a nm,f
    [de escuela, profesor particular] pupil; [de universidad] student;
    ex alumno [de escuela] ex-pupil, former pupil, US alumnus;
    [de universidad] former student, US alumnus alumno externo day pupil;
    alumno de intercambio exchange student;
    * * *
    m, alumna f student
    * * *
    alumno, -na n
    1) : pupil, student
    2)
    ex-alumno, -na : alumnus, alumna f
    3) ex-alumnos, -nas npl
    : alumni, alumnae f
    * * *
    1. (de colegio) pupil
    2. (de universidad) student

    Spanish-English dictionary > alumno

  • 9 americano

    adj.
    1 American, native of America, American-born.
    2 American, North American, native of North America.
    m.
    1 American, native of America.
    2 North American, American, native of North America.
    * * *
    1 American
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 American
    * * *
    (f. - americana)
    noun adj.
    * * *
    americano, -a
    ADJ SM / F (=del continente, de Norteamérica) American; (=de Hispanoamérica) Latin American, South American, Spanish American americana
    * * *
    - na adjetivo/masculino, femenino American
    * * *
    = American, US [U.S.].
    Ex. Under ' American Scholar' he found editions published beginning, I believe, in the 1880s.
    Ex. One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether there exist any biases which might adversely affect search results (for example, emphasis on US or European published material).
    ----
    * adiestrado por los americanos = U.S.-trained.
    * afroamericano = Afro-American, African-American.
    * águila americana = bald eagle.
    * ALA (Asociación Americana de Bibliotecarios) = ALA (American Library Association).
    * americano de origen asiático = Asian American.
    * americano de origen mejicano = Mexican American.
    * ánade silbón americano = American wigeon.
    * ARBA (Anuario de Obras de Referencia Americanas) = ARBA (American Reference Books Annual).
    * Archivo Nacional Americano = United States National Archives.
    * asiático americano = Asian American.
    * Asociación Americana de Editores = American Association of Publishers (AAP).
    * Asociación Americana de Productores Cinematográficos = Motion Picture Association of America.
    * Asociación de Archiveros Americanos (SAA) = Society of American Archivists (SAA).
    * blanco protestante anglosajón americano = WASP.
    * de la clase blanca, protestante y anglosajona americana = WASPish.
    * empresas americanas, las = corporate America.
    * fútbol americano = American football.
    * GPO (Imprenta del Gobierno Americano) = GPO (Government Printing Office).
    * indio nativo americano = American Indian, Native American.
    * Instituto Americano de Documentación (ADI) = American Documentation Institute (ADI).
    * japonés americano = Japanese-American.
    * jugador de fútbol americano = footballer, football player.
    * mejicano americano = Mexican American.
    * NISTF (Grupo de Trabajo sobre los Sistemas Nacionales de Información de la A = NISTF (Society of American Archivists National Information Systems Task Force).
    * no americano = un-American.
    * norteamericano = North American.
    * oso negro americano = black bear.
    * poco americano = un-American.
    * silbón americano = American wigeon.
    * Sueño Americano, el = American Dream, the.
    * tántalo americano = wood stork.
    * * *
    - na adjetivo/masculino, femenino American
    * * *
    = American, US [U.S.].

    Ex: Under ' American Scholar' he found editions published beginning, I believe, in the 1880s.

    Ex: One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether there exist any biases which might adversely affect search results (for example, emphasis on US or European published material).
    * adiestrado por los americanos = U.S.-trained.
    * afroamericano = Afro-American, African-American.
    * águila americana = bald eagle.
    * ALA (Asociación Americana de Bibliotecarios) = ALA (American Library Association).
    * americano de origen asiático = Asian American.
    * americano de origen mejicano = Mexican American.
    * ánade silbón americano = American wigeon.
    * ARBA (Anuario de Obras de Referencia Americanas) = ARBA (American Reference Books Annual).
    * Archivo Nacional Americano = United States National Archives.
    * asiático americano = Asian American.
    * Asociación Americana de Editores = American Association of Publishers (AAP).
    * Asociación Americana de Productores Cinematográficos = Motion Picture Association of America.
    * Asociación de Archiveros Americanos (SAA) = Society of American Archivists (SAA).
    * blanco protestante anglosajón americano = WASP.
    * de la clase blanca, protestante y anglosajona americana = WASPish.
    * empresas americanas, las = corporate America.
    * fútbol americano = American football.
    * GPO (Imprenta del Gobierno Americano) = GPO (Government Printing Office).
    * indio nativo americano = American Indian, Native American.
    * Instituto Americano de Documentación (ADI) = American Documentation Institute (ADI).
    * japonés americano = Japanese-American.
    * jugador de fútbol americano = footballer, football player.
    * mejicano americano = Mexican American.
    * NISTF (Grupo de Trabajo sobre los Sistemas Nacionales de Información de la A = NISTF (Society of American Archivists National Information Systems Task Force).
    * no americano = un-American.
    * norteamericano = North American.
    * oso negro americano = black bear.
    * poco americano = un-American.
    * silbón americano = American wigeon.
    * Sueño Americano, el = American Dream, the.
    * tántalo americano = wood stork.

    * * *
    americano1 -na
    americano2 -na
    masculine, feminine
    2 (estadounidense) American
    * * *

    americano
    ◊ -na adjetivo/ sustantivo masculino, femenino

    American
    americano,-a adjetivo & sustantivo masculino y femenino American

    ' americano' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    americana
    - billar
    - fútbol
    - anotación
    - anotador
    - baño
    - bomba
    - despejar
    - diagonal
    - final
    - golpear
    - juez
    - mariscal
    - periquito
    - placaje
    - placar
    - receptor
    - tanto
    - tener
    - whisky
    English:
    American
    - American Dream
    - AMEX
    - filter coffee
    - pool
    - punt
    - all
    - ball
    - filter
    - football
    - john
    - moose
    - native
    - -style
    - whiskey
    * * *
    americano, -a
    adj
    1. [del continente] American
    2. [de Estados Unidos] American
    nm,f
    1. [del continente] American
    2. [de Estados Unidos] American
    * * *
    m/adj American
    * * *
    americano, -na adj & n
    : American
    * * *
    americano adj n American

    Spanish-English dictionary > americano

  • 10 atolondrado

    adj.
    1 bewildered, perplexed, at a loss, rattled.
    2 reckless, muddle-headed, harebrained, mindless.
    3 careless, thoughtless.
    f. & m.
    confused person, muddler, scatterbrain.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: atolondrar.
    * * *
    1→ link=atolondrar atolondrar
    1 (desatinado) scatterbrained, reckless, silly
    2 (aturdido) stunned, bewildered
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=aturdido) bewildered, stunned
    2) (=irreflexivo) thoughtless, reckless; (=casquivano) scatterbrained; (=tonto) silly
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    a) [ser] ( impetuoso) rash, impetuous; ( despistado) scatterbrained
    b) [estar] ( por golpe) dazed, stunned
    II
    - da masculino, femenino scatterbrain
    * * *
    = reckless, harebrained, ditzy [ditzier -comp., ditziest -sup.], ditz, dits, ditsy [ditsier -comp., ditsiest -sup.], airhead, airheaded, haywire.
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Reckless driving on the information highway, or, is the scholar of the research library effectively using the available resources?'.
    Ex. Then one day she finds herself shooting the moon with a scheme so harebrained and daring that it just might succeed.
    Ex. She might be a ditz, you can do that with the money she makes, if she wasn't so rich she'd be just another ditzy broad.
    Ex. She might be a ditz, you can do that with the money she makes, if she wasn't so rich she'd be just another ditzy broad.
    Ex. But then again, there are thousands of such ditses out there that need mental help.
    Ex. If there is a stereo type for ditsy blondes she really has gone out of her way to fit it perfectly.
    Ex. Some people like airheads with fake boobs.
    Ex. She's just an airheaded bimbo, with an endless capacity to push aside unpleasant realities in favor of her more satisfying interests: young men and jewels.
    Ex. The concept is brilliant -- young Owen begins to get back his superpowers but they are, well, a little bit haywire.
    ----
    * atolondrado con = besotted with.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    a) [ser] ( impetuoso) rash, impetuous; ( despistado) scatterbrained
    b) [estar] ( por golpe) dazed, stunned
    II
    - da masculino, femenino scatterbrain
    * * *
    = reckless, harebrained, ditzy [ditzier -comp., ditziest -sup.], ditz, dits, ditsy [ditsier -comp., ditsiest -sup.], airhead, airheaded, haywire.

    Ex: The article is entitled ' Reckless driving on the information highway, or, is the scholar of the research library effectively using the available resources?'.

    Ex: Then one day she finds herself shooting the moon with a scheme so harebrained and daring that it just might succeed.
    Ex: She might be a ditz, you can do that with the money she makes, if she wasn't so rich she'd be just another ditzy broad.
    Ex: She might be a ditz, you can do that with the money she makes, if she wasn't so rich she'd be just another ditzy broad.
    Ex: But then again, there are thousands of such ditses out there that need mental help.
    Ex: If there is a stereo type for ditsy blondes she really has gone out of her way to fit it perfectly.
    Ex: Some people like airheads with fake boobs.
    Ex: She's just an airheaded bimbo, with an endless capacity to push aside unpleasant realities in favor of her more satisfying interests: young men and jewels.
    Ex: The concept is brilliant -- young Owen begins to get back his superpowers but they are, well, a little bit haywire.
    * atolondrado con = besotted with.

    * * *
    1 [ SER] (alocado) impetuous; (despistado) scatterbrained
    2 [ ESTAR] (por un golpe) dazed, stunned
    masculine, feminine
    scatterbrain
    * * *

    Del verbo atolondrar: ( conjugate atolondrar)

    atolondrado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    atolondrado    
    atolondrar
    atolondrado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a) [ser] ( impetuoso) rash, impetuous;

    ( despistado) scatterbrained
    b) [estar] ( por golpe) dazed, stunned

    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    scatterbrain
    atolondrar ( conjugate atolondrar) verbo transitivo


    atolondrarse verbo pronominal


    no te atolondres, piénsalo bien don't rush into it, think it over carefully

    atolondrado,-a adjetivo foolish, feather-brained,
    ' atolondrado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    atolondrada
    English:
    scatterbrained
    * * *
    atolondrado, -a
    adj
    1. [precipitado] foolish, thoughtless
    2. [aturdido] bewildered, confused
    nm,f
    [precipitado]
    es un atolondrado he's rather foolish, he's a bit of a fool
    * * *
    adj scatterbrained
    * * *
    atolondrado, -da adj
    1) aturdido: bewildered, dazed
    2) despistado: scatterbrained, absentminded

    Spanish-English dictionary > atolondrado

  • 11 audaz

    adj.
    1 daring, bold.
    2 audacious, bold, brave, courageous.
    3 wild.
    * * *
    adjetivo (pl audaces)
    1 audacious, bold, daring
    * * *
    adj.
    bold, audacious
    * * *
    ADJ bold, audacious
    * * *
    adjetivo ( valiente) brave, courageous; ( osado) daring, bold
    * * *
    = adventurous, daring, fearless, bold [bolder -comp., boldest -sup.], dauntless, brave [braver -comp., bravest -sup.], audacious, buccaneering.
    Ex. Many say the role of consumer advice centres as being simply mediators between the consumer and the retailer/manufacturer; only a few adventurous authorities encouraged the aggressive championing of consumer complaints.
    Ex. One wondered, did daring first-year students lose their nerve at the last minute and kneel as evidence that their audacity in approaching this 'holy of holies' was tempered by the proper reverence?.
    Ex. He describes the decoration of the tombs, explaining that this artwork is a fearless thumbing of the nose at death itself.
    Ex. 'Would it be bold of me to ask,' she said hesitantly, 'why is the Medical Center library virtually an autonomous unit?'.
    Ex. He was a dauntless adventurer, a sleuthhound, a research scholar of exceptional acuity.
    Ex. It would be a brave man who would predict that such a process will always remain clumsy, slow and faulty in detail.
    Ex. One of Belgium's most dangerous criminals, who staged an audacious jailbreak on a hijacked helicopter, has been tracked down to Morocco.
    Ex. But whatever we make of their buccaneering spirit, the apostolic passion firing their hearts is surely beyond contention.
    ----
    * persona audaz = risk taker.
    * * *
    adjetivo ( valiente) brave, courageous; ( osado) daring, bold
    * * *
    = adventurous, daring, fearless, bold [bolder -comp., boldest -sup.], dauntless, brave [braver -comp., bravest -sup.], audacious, buccaneering.

    Ex: Many say the role of consumer advice centres as being simply mediators between the consumer and the retailer/manufacturer; only a few adventurous authorities encouraged the aggressive championing of consumer complaints.

    Ex: One wondered, did daring first-year students lose their nerve at the last minute and kneel as evidence that their audacity in approaching this 'holy of holies' was tempered by the proper reverence?.
    Ex: He describes the decoration of the tombs, explaining that this artwork is a fearless thumbing of the nose at death itself.
    Ex: 'Would it be bold of me to ask,' she said hesitantly, 'why is the Medical Center library virtually an autonomous unit?'.
    Ex: He was a dauntless adventurer, a sleuthhound, a research scholar of exceptional acuity.
    Ex: It would be a brave man who would predict that such a process will always remain clumsy, slow and faulty in detail.
    Ex: One of Belgium's most dangerous criminals, who staged an audacious jailbreak on a hijacked helicopter, has been tracked down to Morocco.
    Ex: But whatever we make of their buccaneering spirit, the apostolic passion firing their hearts is surely beyond contention.
    * persona audaz = risk taker.

    * * *
    1 (valiente) ‹persona/acción› brave, courageous, daring, bold
    2 (osado) daring, bold, audacious
    * * *

    audaz adjetivo ( valiente) brave, courageous;
    ( osado) daring, bold
    audaz adjetivo audacious, bold
    ' audaz' also found in these entries:
    English:
    audacious
    - bold
    - daring
    - defiant
    - intrepid
    - unadventurous
    * * *
    audaz adj
    1. [valiente] daring, bold
    2. [descarado] audacious
    * * *
    adj daring, bold, audacious
    * * *
    audaz adj, pl audaces : bold, audacious, daring
    audazmente adv
    * * *
    audaz adj daring / bold

    Spanish-English dictionary > audaz

  • 12 cada vez mayor

    (adj.) = escalating, ever-growing, ever-increasing, expanded, growing, increasing, mounting, rising, spiralling [spiraling, -USA], deepening, rapidly growing, expanding, constantly rising, swelling, ever larger [ever-larger], galloping, steadily rising, steadily growing, mushrooming, ever greater, rapidly expanding, ever-widening, burgeoning, heightening
    Ex. Findings emphasised the escalating deprivation of applied social scientists in general and the local government and voluntary sectors in particular.
    Ex. To gauge the full impact on the BNB one must add to these Arabic publications half a dozen books in Kurdish, not forgetting the ever-growing list of translations of oriental works.
    Ex. Up to and including the fourteenth edition progress led to ever-increasing detail.
    Ex. Co-operatives have played a much more extensive role in recent years and are set to continue in their expanded role.
    Ex. Yet another variable factor is the growing presence of full text data bases.
    Ex. The final order on the shelves is the reverse of this, so that an order of increasing speciality is achieved.
    Ex. If the approach is not too blinkered, such situations, on the basis of mounting evidence, quickly lead to the realisation that technological solutions to information problems are at best partial.
    Ex. But the good times ran out and the world recession of the 1970s brought rising inflation, unemployment and increasing pressure for better social services.
    Ex. The ARL Serials Project is an initiative by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) designed to combat the spiralling increases in periodicals prices.
    Ex. The period from World War 2 to the present day saw the quickened pace and deepening specialisation of researches.
    Ex. The scheme was designed by the Library of Congress staff to be tailor-made for their own library with its immense and rapidly growing stock and with its bias towards law and the social sciences.
    Ex. There is an expanding interest in the idea of local government information services on the part of public libraries.
    Ex. Recently there has been more than the usual talk about the exceptionally-high and constantly-rising costs of scholarly journals and what scholar, editors, and libraries can do about the situation.
    Ex. By far the most difficult new challenge looming for librarianship will be preserving and providing access to 'born-digital' materials, that swelling mass of material that appears only in electronic form.
    Ex. Technology plays an ever larger role in the delivery of services in libraries of all sizes.
    Ex. But the introduction of market economics, galloping inflation and the breakdown of old administrative structures are causing problems, especially over funding..
    Ex. Poland is currently enjoying a steadily rising national income, declining inflation, receding unemployment and an educational boom.
    Ex. The strategy is to maintain a steadily growing base line which can expand in better times.
    Ex. The position of the library as source provider has been eroded in an age of information explosions and mushrooming technology.
    Ex. The results has been an ever greater obfuscation of what constitutes the profession of librarianship.
    Ex. A rapidly expanding number of organizations have begun to use high performance, completely digital networks, such as the Internet.
    Ex. The inter-library loan network operates like a spiral with the individual library at the centre and the local, regional, national and international back-up services forming an ever-widening circle around it.
    Ex. It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.
    Ex. The rising tension over the Olympic torch relay is heightening concerns whether this summer's Games will be clouded by political rancor.
    * * *
    (adj.) = escalating, ever-growing, ever-increasing, expanded, growing, increasing, mounting, rising, spiralling [spiraling, -USA], deepening, rapidly growing, expanding, constantly rising, swelling, ever larger [ever-larger], galloping, steadily rising, steadily growing, mushrooming, ever greater, rapidly expanding, ever-widening, burgeoning, heightening

    Ex: Findings emphasised the escalating deprivation of applied social scientists in general and the local government and voluntary sectors in particular.

    Ex: To gauge the full impact on the BNB one must add to these Arabic publications half a dozen books in Kurdish, not forgetting the ever-growing list of translations of oriental works.
    Ex: Up to and including the fourteenth edition progress led to ever-increasing detail.
    Ex: Co-operatives have played a much more extensive role in recent years and are set to continue in their expanded role.
    Ex: Yet another variable factor is the growing presence of full text data bases.
    Ex: The final order on the shelves is the reverse of this, so that an order of increasing speciality is achieved.
    Ex: If the approach is not too blinkered, such situations, on the basis of mounting evidence, quickly lead to the realisation that technological solutions to information problems are at best partial.
    Ex: But the good times ran out and the world recession of the 1970s brought rising inflation, unemployment and increasing pressure for better social services.
    Ex: The ARL Serials Project is an initiative by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) designed to combat the spiralling increases in periodicals prices.
    Ex: The period from World War 2 to the present day saw the quickened pace and deepening specialisation of researches.
    Ex: The scheme was designed by the Library of Congress staff to be tailor-made for their own library with its immense and rapidly growing stock and with its bias towards law and the social sciences.
    Ex: There is an expanding interest in the idea of local government information services on the part of public libraries.
    Ex: Recently there has been more than the usual talk about the exceptionally-high and constantly-rising costs of scholarly journals and what scholar, editors, and libraries can do about the situation.
    Ex: By far the most difficult new challenge looming for librarianship will be preserving and providing access to 'born-digital' materials, that swelling mass of material that appears only in electronic form.
    Ex: Technology plays an ever larger role in the delivery of services in libraries of all sizes.
    Ex: But the introduction of market economics, galloping inflation and the breakdown of old administrative structures are causing problems, especially over funding..
    Ex: Poland is currently enjoying a steadily rising national income, declining inflation, receding unemployment and an educational boom.
    Ex: The strategy is to maintain a steadily growing base line which can expand in better times.
    Ex: The position of the library as source provider has been eroded in an age of information explosions and mushrooming technology.
    Ex: The results has been an ever greater obfuscation of what constitutes the profession of librarianship.
    Ex: A rapidly expanding number of organizations have begun to use high performance, completely digital networks, such as the Internet.
    Ex: The inter-library loan network operates like a spiral with the individual library at the centre and the local, regional, national and international back-up services forming an ever-widening circle around it.
    Ex: It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.
    Ex: The rising tension over the Olympic torch relay is heightening concerns whether this summer's Games will be clouded by political rancor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cada vez mayor

  • 13 caprichoso

    adj.
    capricious, cranky, erratic, fickle.
    * * *
    1 capricious, whimsical, fanciful
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 whimsical person
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [persona] capricious
    2) [idea, novela etc] whimsical, fanciful
    * * *
    I
    - sa adjetivo
    a) ( inconstante) <carácter/persona> capricious; <tiempo/moda> changeable
    b) (difícil, exigente) fussy
    II
    - sa masculino, femenino

    es un caprichoso — ( es inconstante) he's always changing his mind; (es difícil, exigente) he's so fussy

    * * *
    = capricious, whimsical, wayward, fickle, wanton, faddish, flighty [flightier -comp., flightiest -sup.], faddy [faddier -comp., faddies -sup.].
    Ex. Panizzi introduced what seemed to his critics unwarranted and capricious complications calculated to make the catalog much more difficult for the librarian to prepare and the reader to use.
    Ex. This slightly off-balance, whimsical remark was a Marsha James' trademark.
    Ex. The article 'The wayward scholar: resources and research in popular culture' defends popular culture as a legitimate and important library resource.
    Ex. The rise and dramatic fall of E-businesses is a testimony of the fickle electronic commerce (E-commerce) market.
    Ex. The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.
    Ex. Whilst, presumably, a set of standards for the conduct of reference work, the document is in fact a hodgepodge shaped by faddish misconceptions.
    Ex. 'Anyway, to make a long story short, Huish said he knows Lisa has been a little flighty at times'.
    Ex. These emotions will have a knock-on effect on the child and may, in the case of the faddy eater, cause the situation to deteriorate.
    ----
    * de forma caprichosa = capriciously.
    * de modo caprichoso = capriciously.
    * * *
    I
    - sa adjetivo
    a) ( inconstante) <carácter/persona> capricious; <tiempo/moda> changeable
    b) (difícil, exigente) fussy
    II
    - sa masculino, femenino

    es un caprichoso — ( es inconstante) he's always changing his mind; (es difícil, exigente) he's so fussy

    * * *
    = capricious, whimsical, wayward, fickle, wanton, faddish, flighty [flightier -comp., flightiest -sup.], faddy [faddier -comp., faddies -sup.].

    Ex: Panizzi introduced what seemed to his critics unwarranted and capricious complications calculated to make the catalog much more difficult for the librarian to prepare and the reader to use.

    Ex: This slightly off-balance, whimsical remark was a Marsha James' trademark.
    Ex: The article 'The wayward scholar: resources and research in popular culture' defends popular culture as a legitimate and important library resource.
    Ex: The rise and dramatic fall of E-businesses is a testimony of the fickle electronic commerce (E-commerce) market.
    Ex: The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.
    Ex: Whilst, presumably, a set of standards for the conduct of reference work, the document is in fact a hodgepodge shaped by faddish misconceptions.
    Ex: 'Anyway, to make a long story short, Huish said he knows Lisa has been a little flighty at times'.
    Ex: These emotions will have a knock-on effect on the child and may, in the case of the faddy eater, cause the situation to deteriorate.
    * de forma caprichosa = capriciously.
    * de modo caprichoso = capriciously.

    * * *
    1 (inconstante) ‹carácter/persona› capricious; ‹tiempo/moda› changeable
    ¡qué niño más caprichoso! what a capricious child! o this child is always changing his mind
    las estalactitas presentaban formas caprichosas the stalactites formed fanciful shapes
    2 (difícil, exigente) fussy
    masculine, feminine
    es un caprichoso (es inconstante) he's so capricious o he's always changing his mind; (es difícil, exigente) he is so fussy
    * * *

     

    caprichoso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    a) ( inconstante) ‹carácter/persona capricious;

    tiempo/moda changeable
    b) (difícil, exigente) fussy

    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino:


    (es difícil, exigente) he's so fussy
    caprichoso,-a
    I sustantivo masculino y femenino mi hermana es una caprichosa, my sister is very impulsive
    II adjetivo
    1 (antojadizo) whimsical, fanciful
    2 (maniático, exigente) fussy
    3 (creativo, sin norma) las nubes creaban figuras caprichosas, the clouds made strange shapes
    ' caprichoso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    caprichosa
    - mañoso
    English:
    capricious
    - erratic
    - flighty
    - moody
    - whimsical
    * * *
    caprichoso, -a adj
    capricious, impulsive;
    actuar de forma caprichosa to act capriciously o impulsively
    * * *
    adj capricious
    * * *
    caprichoso, -sa adj
    antojadizo: capricious, fickle

    Spanish-English dictionary > caprichoso

  • 14 casualmente

    adv.
    by chance.
    * * *
    1 by chance, by accident
    * * *
    adv.
    * * *
    ADV by chance, fortuitously frm
    * * *
    adverbio as it happens
    * * *
    = coincidentally, incidentally, in a by-the-way fashion, fortuitously, accidentally.
    Ex. Ironically, the latter proved to be the most vulnerable and acutely criticized of Panizzi's rules, as, coincidentally, are the corresponding AACR rules.
    Ex. When a schoolboy, coming to the library with nothing better than grades in mind, discovers incidentally the fascination of books that have nothing to do with his homework.
    Ex. A few minutes spent with teacher and pupils talking about books conversationally in a by-the-way fashion serves the double purpose of preparing the right set of mind for reading while at the same time attracting attention to books that might be enjoyed.
    Ex. On one of them, fortuitously, there was a note entered by the cataloger which said, 'Usually published under the title American Scholar'.
    Ex. As has been suggested elsewhere in this book, it is axiomatic that regular backup copies of data disks be taken, in order to ensure that data are not accidentally lost.
    * * *
    adverbio as it happens
    * * *
    = coincidentally, incidentally, in a by-the-way fashion, fortuitously, accidentally.

    Ex: Ironically, the latter proved to be the most vulnerable and acutely criticized of Panizzi's rules, as, coincidentally, are the corresponding AACR rules.

    Ex: When a schoolboy, coming to the library with nothing better than grades in mind, discovers incidentally the fascination of books that have nothing to do with his homework.
    Ex: A few minutes spent with teacher and pupils talking about books conversationally in a by-the-way fashion serves the double purpose of preparing the right set of mind for reading while at the same time attracting attention to books that might be enjoyed.
    Ex: On one of them, fortuitously, there was a note entered by the cataloger which said, 'Usually published under the title American Scholar'.
    Ex: As has been suggested elsewhere in this book, it is axiomatic that regular backup copies of data disks be taken, in order to ensure that data are not accidentally lost.

    * * *
    as it happens
    casualmente vi el otro día uno igual as it happens o actually I saw one just like it the other day
    * * *

    casualmente adverbio by chance
    ' casualmente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    tropezarse
    - encontrar
    English:
    funnily
    - innocent
    - pick up
    * * *
    1. [por casualidad] by chance
    2. [precisamente] as it happens;
    casualmente, es vecino mío as it happens, he's a neighbour of mine;
    casualmente, iba buscando uno parecido as it happens, I was looking for something like that myself
    * * *
    adv by chance
    * * *
    : accidentally, by chance

    Spanish-English dictionary > casualmente

  • 15 detallado

    adj.
    detailed, itemized, minute, blow-by-blow.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: detallar.
    * * *
    1→ link=detallar detallar
    1 detailed, thorough
    * * *
    (f. - detallada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ [informe, relato] detailed; [declaración] circumstantial; [conocimiento] detailed, intimate
    * * *
    - da adjetivo <factura/cuenta> itemized, detailed; <estudio/descripción> detailed
    * * *
    = careful, detailed, diligent, elaborate, elaborated, in-depth [in depth], point-by-point, scripted, step by step, thorough, meticulous, painstaking, stage by stage, fine-grained, blow-by-blow.
    Ex. The format of the description in an analytical entry requires careful consideration.
    Ex. However, many indexing systems have evolved over the last century, and have their roots in a time when detailed specification of subjects was unnecessary.
    Ex. If the scholar can get at only one a week by diligent search, his syntheses are not likely to keep up with the current scene.
    Ex. These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
    Ex. An explanatory reference is an elaborated 'see' or 'see also' reference that explains the circumstances under which the headings involved should be consulted.
    Ex. She organized the library's program of in-depth seminars on how to use the library for faculty in the social sciences and humanities.
    Ex. This point-by-point evaluation makes a fairly convincing case for the public access online catalogue.
    Ex. A program consisting of readings, improvised scenes, and scripted extracts from the author's work is the kind of project I have in mind.
    Ex. The VDU gives step by step instructions for those not familiar with search procedures.
    Ex. Timely and thorough planning is essential.
    Ex. Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.
    Ex. He uses a well-known simile in saying that 'the most painstaking examination of innumerable single trees will not tell us much about the nature of the forest'.
    Ex. The author outlines a stage by stage on-line search strategy to help find pairs of journals that are logically and scientifically related.
    Ex. Both simple and fine-grained policies can be written to permit or deny access to this type of repository.
    Ex. Sometimes the major threads of his argument get lost in blow-by-blow accounts of political debates that go nowhere.
    ----
    * conocimiento detallado = intimate knowledge.
    * entrevista detallada = in-depth interview.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo <factura/cuenta> itemized, detailed; <estudio/descripción> detailed
    * * *
    = careful, detailed, diligent, elaborate, elaborated, in-depth [in depth], point-by-point, scripted, step by step, thorough, meticulous, painstaking, stage by stage, fine-grained, blow-by-blow.

    Ex: The format of the description in an analytical entry requires careful consideration.

    Ex: However, many indexing systems have evolved over the last century, and have their roots in a time when detailed specification of subjects was unnecessary.
    Ex: If the scholar can get at only one a week by diligent search, his syntheses are not likely to keep up with the current scene.
    Ex: These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
    Ex: An explanatory reference is an elaborated 'see' or 'see also' reference that explains the circumstances under which the headings involved should be consulted.
    Ex: She organized the library's program of in-depth seminars on how to use the library for faculty in the social sciences and humanities.
    Ex: This point-by-point evaluation makes a fairly convincing case for the public access online catalogue.
    Ex: A program consisting of readings, improvised scenes, and scripted extracts from the author's work is the kind of project I have in mind.
    Ex: The VDU gives step by step instructions for those not familiar with search procedures.
    Ex: Timely and thorough planning is essential.
    Ex: Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.
    Ex: He uses a well-known simile in saying that 'the most painstaking examination of innumerable single trees will not tell us much about the nature of the forest'.
    Ex: The author outlines a stage by stage on-line search strategy to help find pairs of journals that are logically and scientifically related.
    Ex: Both simple and fine-grained policies can be written to permit or deny access to this type of repository.
    Ex: Sometimes the major threads of his argument get lost in blow-by-blow accounts of political debates that go nowhere.
    * conocimiento detallado = intimate knowledge.
    * entrevista detallada = in-depth interview.

    * * *
    ‹factura/cuenta› itemized, detailed; ‹estudio/descripción› detailed
    * * *

    Del verbo detallar: ( conjugate detallar)

    detallado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    detallado    
    detallar
    detallado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ‹factura/cuenta itemized;


    estudio/descripción detailed
    detallar ( conjugate detallar) verbo transitivo
    to detail
    detallado,-a adjetivo detailed, thorough: le vamos a hacer un examen detallado, we're going to give him a thorough examination
    detallar verbo transitivo to give the details of, list
    ' detallado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    detallada
    - minuciosa
    - minucioso
    - presupuesto
    - puntual
    English:
    detailed
    - elaborate
    - full
    - step
    * * *
    detallado, -a adj
    1. [análisis, descripción, estudio] detailed
    2. [factura, cuenta] itemized
    * * *
    adj detailed
    * * *
    detallado adj detailed

    Spanish-English dictionary > detallado

  • 16 díscolo

    adj.
    ungovernable, fractious, disobedient, troublemaking.
    * * *
    1 ungovernable, disobedient, unruly
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=rebelde) unruly
    2) (=travieso) mischievous
    * * *
    - la adjetivo unruly, disobedient
    * * *
    = fractious, wayward.
    Ex. Thus was Christianity codified into a Bible that still today is the central element in the faith of the two billion adherents of the largest, if most fractious, of the world's religions.
    Ex. The article 'The wayward scholar: resources and research in popular culture' defends popular culture as a legitimate and important library resource.
    * * *
    - la adjetivo unruly, disobedient
    * * *
    = fractious, wayward.

    Ex: Thus was Christianity codified into a Bible that still today is the central element in the faith of the two billion adherents of the largest, if most fractious, of the world's religions.

    Ex: The article 'The wayward scholar: resources and research in popular culture' defends popular culture as a legitimate and important library resource.

    * * *
    unruly, disobedient
    * * *

    díscolo,-a adjetivo disobedient, unruly
    el hijo díscolo, the disobedient son
    ' díscolo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    díscola
    * * *
    díscolo, -a adj
    disobedient, rebellious
    * * *
    adj unruly
    * * *
    díscolo, -la adj
    : unruly, disobedient

    Spanish-English dictionary > díscolo

  • 17 erudito

    adj.
    erudite, educated, read, learned.
    m.
    scholar, highbrow, man of learning, scholarly person.
    * * *
    1 erudite, learned, scholarly
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 scholar, expert
    \
    erudito,-a a la violeta familiar pseudo-intellectual
    * * *
    1. (f. - erudita)
    noun
    2. (f. - erudita)
    adj.
    * * *
    erudito, -a
    1.
    ADJ learned, scholarly, erudite frm
    2.
    SM / F scholar, learned person

    los eruditos en esta materia — those who are expert in this subject, those who really know about this subject

    un erudito a la violetapey a pseudo-intellectual

    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo <lenguaje/obra> erudite; < persona> learned, knowledgeable

    erudito en algo — learned in something, knowledgeable about something

    II
    - ta masculino, femenino scholar
    * * *
    = connoisseur, learned, scholar, scholarly, erudite, polymath, savant, highbrow [high-brow], man of letters.
    Ex. Some of them will be sufficiently bizarre to suit the most fastidious connoisseur of the present artifacts of civilization.
    Ex. Abstracts will accompany various learned, technical or scholarly contributions.
    Ex. Under 'American scholar' he found editions published beginning, I believe, in the 1880s.
    Ex. Personal authorship has been accepted for some time, and indeed reflects the scholarly practice of the western world.
    Ex. The bulk of the town's residents had little time for culture, for the theater, for the erudite lecture.
    Ex. Many faculty would like to conceive of the 21st-century librarian as a polymath who is as sensitive to issues in the arts and humanities as he or she is knowledgeable about computers, networking and about related programming object management issues.
    Ex. The subsequent debate, which engaged astrologers, doctors, theologians, & savants, reveals the tensions in French culture at the dawn of the Enlightenment.
    Ex. The lowly chow of the rural poor has gone highbrow.
    Ex. The library was greatly expanded in the late 1650s to accommodate the needs of the scholars and men of letters attached to Fouquet and to add lustre to his political career.
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo <lenguaje/obra> erudite; < persona> learned, knowledgeable

    erudito en algo — learned in something, knowledgeable about something

    II
    - ta masculino, femenino scholar
    * * *
    = connoisseur, learned, scholar, scholarly, erudite, polymath, savant, highbrow [high-brow], man of letters.

    Ex: Some of them will be sufficiently bizarre to suit the most fastidious connoisseur of the present artifacts of civilization.

    Ex: Abstracts will accompany various learned, technical or scholarly contributions.
    Ex: Under 'American scholar' he found editions published beginning, I believe, in the 1880s.
    Ex: Personal authorship has been accepted for some time, and indeed reflects the scholarly practice of the western world.
    Ex: The bulk of the town's residents had little time for culture, for the theater, for the erudite lecture.
    Ex: Many faculty would like to conceive of the 21st-century librarian as a polymath who is as sensitive to issues in the arts and humanities as he or she is knowledgeable about computers, networking and about related programming object management issues.
    Ex: The subsequent debate, which engaged astrologers, doctors, theologians, & savants, reveals the tensions in French culture at the dawn of the Enlightenment.
    Ex: The lowly chow of the rural poor has gone highbrow.
    Ex: The library was greatly expanded in the late 1650s to accommodate the needs of the scholars and men of letters attached to Fouquet and to add lustre to his political career.

    * * *
    erudito1 -ta
    ‹lenguaje/obra› erudite; ‹persona› learned, knowledgeable, erudite erudito EN algo learned IN sth, knowledgeable ABOUT sth
    erudito2 -ta
    masculine, feminine
    scholar
    los eruditos en la materia experts in the subject
    * * *

    erudito
    ◊ -ta adjetivo ‹lenguaje/obra erudite;


    persona learned, knowledgeable;
    erudito en algo learned in sth, knowledgeable about sth
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    scholar
    erudito,-a
    I adjetivo erudite, learned
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino scholar
    ' erudito' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    erudita
    English:
    knowledgeable
    - learned
    - scholar
    - erudite
    - learning
    - scholarly
    * * *
    erudito, -a
    adj
    erudite
    nm,f
    scholar;
    un erudito en la materia an expert on the subject
    * * *
    I adj learned, erudite
    II m, erudita f scholar
    * * *
    erudito, -ta adj
    letrado: erudite, learned
    erudito, -ta n
    : scholar

    Spanish-English dictionary > erudito

  • 18 experto1

    1 = expert, referee, talent, expert witness, pundit, publication referee, techie, peer reviewer, technie, leading expert, hired gun, scholar.
    Ex. Standard reference works and experts may be consulted.
    Ex. The contributions are input to the data base, then referred and any suggestion made by the referee are communicated through the data base to the editor.
    Ex. The company sponsoring the award wants to find out how much can be done in terms of effective public relations and publicity using only local library talent.
    Ex. Appearing as an expert witness the librarian proved that, between 1943-55, a librarian following standard library practices of the time could have identified and located literature on the subject of the health effects of exposure to asbestos and the means of controlling dust in the mining and milling of asbestos.
    Ex. Neither pundit from the past, nor sage from the schools, neither authorised body nor inspired individual has come forward with a definition acceptable to all practising librarians as theirs and theirs alone, sharply defining them as a group.
    Ex. This does not imply that the abstractor becomes a publication referee, trying to second-guess decisions already made by editors.
    Ex. The article 'CD-ROMs for techies' profiles CD-ROM based tools providing personal computer technical support.
    Ex. All papers undergo blind review by external peer reviewers.
    Ex. The information superhighway is more than just a technies' playground.
    Ex. Each session will be chaired by a leading expert on the topic.
    Ex. Why not get a 'hired gun' who will do the job in the least time and give us the opinion we're looking for?.
    Ex. Under 'American scholar' he found editions published beginning, I believe, in the 1880s.
    ----
    * círculo de expertos = network.
    * comité de expertos = professional committee.
    * como un experto = expertly.
    * consultar con otro experto = get + a second opinion.
    * encuentro entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.
    * evaluación por expertos = peer review, refereeing, peer reviewing.
    * evaluación por expertos abierta = open refereeing.
    * evaluación por expertos anónima = blind refereeing.
    * evaluado por expertos = peer-reviewed, expertly appraised, refereed.
    * evaluar por expertos = referee.
    * evaluar por expertos doblemente = double referee.
    * experto bibliotecario = library expert.
    * experto empresarial = industry observer.
    * experto en = well versed in.
    * experto en conservación = preservationist.
    * experto en desactivación de bombas = detonation expert.
    * experto en desactivación de explosivos = detonation expert.
    * experto en dietética = dietitian [dietician], diet expert.
    * experto en informática = computer expert.
    * experto en la confección de documentos web = text mark-up expert.
    * experto en la materia = subject expert.
    * experto en medicina = medical expert.
    * experto en nutrición = nutritionist.
    * experto en recursos = resource person [resource people -pl.].
    * experto en tecnología = technologist.
    * experto fiscal = fiscal officer.
    * experto jurídico = legal expert.
    * expertos, los = experienced, the.
    * experto técnico = technical expert.
    * grupo de expertos = cadre, brains trust, group of experts, network, think tank.
    * panel de expertos = expert panel.
    * predicciones de expertos = punditry.
    * previsiones de expertos = punditry.
    * procedimiento de evaluación por expertos = refereeing procedure.
    * pronósticos de expertos = punditry.
    * pronunciamientos de expertos = punditry.
    * reunión de expertos = expert meeting [experts' meeting].
    * revista evaluada por expertos = refereed journal, peer-reviewed journal.
    * ser un experto en = be knowledgeable about.
    * ser un experto en la materia = know + Posesivo + stuff.
    * sin ser evaluado por expertos = unrefereed.
    * someter a una evaluación por expertos doble = double referee.
    * toma de contacto entre expertos = meeting of (the) minds.

    Spanish-English dictionary > experto1

  • 19 imprudente

    adj.
    1 careless, rash.
    2 reckless, careless, imprudent, tactless.
    3 presumptuous, excessively forward.
    f. & m.
    rash or reckless person.
    * * *
    1 imprudent, careless
    1 (imprudente) imprudent person, careless person; (indiscreto) indiscreet person
    * * *
    adj.
    imprudent, rash
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=irreflexivo) imprudent, rash
    2) (=indiscreto) indiscreet
    3) [conductor] careless
    * * *
    adjetivo ( que actúa sin cuidado) imprudent, careless; ( temerario) reckless

    fuiste muy imprudente al decírseloit was very rash o imprudent of you to tell him

    * * *
    = unwise, rash, injudicious, reckless, ill-judged, foolhardy, indiscreet.
    Ex. It may appear, at first sight, unwise to establish standards for encypherment as any publication of methods is likely to assist the intruder.
    Ex. And some way down the list of benefits was a rash promise to 'slash the red tape that hinders our trade with Europe -- and thereby safeguard the 2 1/2 million jobs involved'.
    Ex. The author concludes that, although valuable CAL resources had been produced during both projects, over reliance on email is injudicious.
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Reckless driving on the information highway, or, is the scholar of the research library effectively using the available resources?'.
    Ex. The announcement has been criticised by the Institute of Physics, which said the university was making a 'precipitous and ill-judged' move.
    Ex. There is nothing wrong with killing enemy soldiers that are attacking you and it would seem foolhardy just to let them escape.
    Ex. Palma, described by many as an indiscreet braggart, told people at the gun range that the group was preparing for clandestine trips to Cuba.
    ----
    * ser imprudente = be reckless.
    * * *
    adjetivo ( que actúa sin cuidado) imprudent, careless; ( temerario) reckless

    fuiste muy imprudente al decírseloit was very rash o imprudent of you to tell him

    * * *
    = unwise, rash, injudicious, reckless, ill-judged, foolhardy, indiscreet.

    Ex: It may appear, at first sight, unwise to establish standards for encypherment as any publication of methods is likely to assist the intruder.

    Ex: And some way down the list of benefits was a rash promise to 'slash the red tape that hinders our trade with Europe -- and thereby safeguard the 2 1/2 million jobs involved'.
    Ex: The author concludes that, although valuable CAL resources had been produced during both projects, over reliance on email is injudicious.
    Ex: The article is entitled ' Reckless driving on the information highway, or, is the scholar of the research library effectively using the available resources?'.
    Ex: The announcement has been criticised by the Institute of Physics, which said the university was making a 'precipitous and ill-judged' move.
    Ex: There is nothing wrong with killing enemy soldiers that are attacking you and it would seem foolhardy just to let them escape.
    Ex: Palma, described by many as an indiscreet braggart, told people at the gun range that the group was preparing for clandestine trips to Cuba.
    * ser imprudente = be reckless.

    * * *
    (que actúa sin cuidado) imprudent, careless; (temerario) reckless
    fuiste muy imprudente al decírselo it was very rash o imprudent of you to tell him
    es un imprudente he's very reckless
    * * *

    imprudente adjetivo ( que actúa sin cuidado) imprudent, careless;
    ( temerario) reckless;
    fuiste muy imprudente al decírselo it was very rash o imprudent of you to tell him

    imprudente adjetivo imprudent, unwise

    ' imprudente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    temeridad
    - alocado
    English:
    careless
    - foolish
    - ill-advised
    - ill-judged
    - imprudent
    - jaywalker
    - rash
    - reckless
    - short-sighted
    - unguarded
    - unwary
    - unwise
    - foolhardy
    - jay
    * * *
    adj
    [en los actos] careless, rash; [en los comentarios] indiscreet;
    es muy imprudente al conducir he's a reckless driver
    nmf
    1. [en los actos] reckless person;
    es un auténtico imprudente he's very reckless
    2. [en los comentarios] indiscreet person;
    es un imprudente he's very indiscreet
    * * *
    adj reckless, rash
    * * *
    indiscreto: imprudent, indiscreet
    * * *
    1. (acción) rash
    2. (persona) careless

    Spanish-English dictionary > imprudente

  • 20 incauto

    adj.
    incautious, heedless, reckless, imprudent.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: incautar.
    * * *
    1 (crédulo) gullible
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 gullible person
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=crédulo) gullible
    2) (=imprevisor) unwary, incautious
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo unsuspecting, unwary
    II
    - ta masculino, femenino unwary o unsuspecting person, sap (colloq)
    * * *
    = unwary, reckless.
    Ex. Experience has shown that the vastness of this as yet unordered field holds many pitfalls for the unwary librarian and researcher.
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Reckless driving on the information highway, or, is the scholar of the research library effectively using the available resources?'.
    ----
    * incautos, los = unwary, the.
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo unsuspecting, unwary
    II
    - ta masculino, femenino unwary o unsuspecting person, sap (colloq)
    * * *
    = unwary, reckless.

    Ex: Experience has shown that the vastness of this as yet unordered field holds many pitfalls for the unwary librarian and researcher.

    Ex: The article is entitled ' Reckless driving on the information highway, or, is the scholar of the research library effectively using the available resources?'.
    * incautos, los = unwary, the.

    * * *
    incauto1 -ta
    unsuspecting, unwary
    timan a los turistas incautos they swindle unwary o unsuspecting o gullible tourists
    el lector incauto podría sacar la conclusión de que … if he is not careful, the reader could come to the conclusion that …
    incauto2 -ta
    masculine, feminine
    unwary o unsuspecting person, sap ( colloq)
    * * *

    Del verbo incautarse: ( conjugate incautarse)

    me incauto es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    se incautó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    incauto,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 (no cauto) incautious, unwary
    2 (ingenuo, cándido) gullible
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 (poco precavido) unwary person
    2 (ingenuo) gullible person, dupe
    ' incauto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    incauta
    English:
    confiscate
    - unwary
    - push
    * * *
    incauto, -a
    adj
    gullible, naive
    nm,f
    gullible o naive person;
    es un incauto he's very gullible o naive
    * * *
    adj unwary
    * * *
    incauto, -ta adj
    : unwary, unsuspecting

    Spanish-English dictionary > incauto

См. также в других словарях:

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