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lifestyles

  • 1 búsqueda y rescate

    Ex. Canada's search and rescue (SAR) services are facing increased pressure from changes in tourism, technology, industry and lifestyles.
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    Ex: Canada's search and rescue (SAR) services are facing increased pressure from changes in tourism, technology, industry and lifestyles.

    Spanish-English dictionary > búsqueda y rescate

  • 2 ciudad satélite

    f.
    overspill town, satellite town.
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    Ex. Their lifestyles have been influenced by the rapid growth of satellite cities around the capital area.
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    Ex: Their lifestyles have been influenced by the rapid growth of satellite cities around the capital area.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ciudad satélite

  • 3 en su lugar

    = instead, in + Posesivo + stead
    Ex. In this case we find a tendency to ignore the author's identity as found in the document, and to prefer instead a real name to a pseudonym.
    Ex. In its stead is a new structure, the postmodern permeable family, that mirrors the openness, complexity, and diversity of contemporary lifestyles.
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    = instead, in + Posesivo + stead

    Ex: In this case we find a tendency to ignore the author's identity as found in the document, and to prefer instead a real name to a pseudonym.

    Ex: In its stead is a new structure, the postmodern permeable family, that mirrors the openness, complexity, and diversity of contemporary lifestyles.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en su lugar

  • 4 eslogan

    m.
    1 slogan.
    2 catchword, catch phrase.
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    1 slogan
    \
    eslogan publicitario advertising slogan
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    noun m.
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    SM
    (pl eslogans) = slogan
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    masculino (pl - lóganes) slogan
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    = slogan, catchphrase.
    Ex. Slogans, quotations and catch phrases may or may not be indexed under a controlled indexing language.
    Ex. Catchphrases like this are all the rage these days, especially among those who allow current trends to dictate their lifestyles.
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    * con un eslogan = slogan-bearing.
    * eslogan publicitario = advertising slogan, sales pitch.
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    masculino (pl - lóganes) slogan
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    = slogan, catchphrase.

    Ex: Slogans, quotations and catch phrases may or may not be indexed under a controlled indexing language.

    Ex: Catchphrases like this are all the rage these days, especially among those who allow current trends to dictate their lifestyles.
    * con un eslogan = slogan-bearing.
    * eslogan publicitario = advertising slogan, sales pitch.

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    (pl - lóganes)
    slogan
    eslogan publicitario advertising slogan
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    eslogan sustantivo masculino (pl

    eslogan sustantivo masculino slogan

    ' eslogan' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    incendiaria
    - incendiario
    - slogan
    - consigna
    English:
    catchphrase
    - slogan
    - snappy
    - catch
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    slogan
    eslogan publicitario advertising slogan
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    m slogan
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    eslogan nm, pl - lóganes : slogan
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    eslogan n slogan

    Spanish-English dictionary > eslogan

  • 5 estilo de vida

    way of life
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    way of life, lifestyle
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    (n.) = lifestyle [life style/life-style], style of life, way of life
    Ex. Through guided discussions of novels that represent different lifestyles and backgrounds librarians and teachers can help students deal with their own differences and those that they see in others.
    Ex. For he prided himself on being the leader of Boston's brahmin class, and his hallmark was a conservative and aristocratic style of life = Porque él se enorgullecía de ser el líder de la clase superior de Boston y su sello personal era un estilo de vida aristocrático y conservador.
    Ex. EEC's activities provoke general interest only when they seem to pose a threat to yet another apect of the British way of life.
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    way of life, lifestyle
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    (n.) = lifestyle [life style/life-style], style of life, way of life

    Ex: Through guided discussions of novels that represent different lifestyles and backgrounds librarians and teachers can help students deal with their own differences and those that they see in others.

    Ex: For he prided himself on being the leader of Boston's brahmin class, and his hallmark was a conservative and aristocratic style of life = Porque él se enorgullecía de ser el líder de la clase superior de Boston y su sello personal era un estilo de vida aristocrático y conservador.
    Ex: EEC's activities provoke general interest only when they seem to pose a threat to yet another apect of the British way of life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estilo de vida

  • 6 fascinar

    v.
    1 to fascinate.
    me fascinan Klee y Kandinsky I love o adore Klee and Kandinsky
    El fuego fascina a Buck Fire fascinates Buck.
    Mi vestido fascina My dress fascinates.
    La música fascina a Ricardo Music fascinates Richard.
    2 to be delighted to, to love to.
    Me fascina bailar I am delighted to dance.
    3 to be delighted with, to love.
    Me fascina la luna llena I am delighted with the full moon.
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    1 to fascinate, captivate
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    verb
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    VT to fascinate, captivate
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    1.
    verbo intransitivo (fam) (+ me/te/le etc)

    ¿te gusta? - sí, me fascina — do you like him? - yes, I like him a lot

    2.
    fascinar vt to fascinate, captivate
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    = fascinate, relish, mesmerise [mesmerize, -USA], enchant, charm, rivet, enthral [enthrall, -USA], love + every minute of it, entrance, catch + Posesivo + fancy.
    Ex. Classification fascinated him and he devoted his entire life to its study.
    Ex. They all relish a fast paced working environment, rapid change and constant challenges to traditional notions of what a library and library work should be.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Have librarians become mesmerised by information technology?'.
    Ex. The article 'The power to enchant: puppets in the public library' describes the construction of a puppet theatre in a public library.
    Ex. We will see the mountains of lobster traps and the charming crooked streets and hazy seascapes that charmed painter Fitzhugh Lane.
    Ex. According to this reporter, news is not solely information that shocks and rivets but a reflection of people's chosen lifestyles and the effects those choices have on us.
    Ex. If one encounters a young patron who is an animal lover, the recommendation of a book such as Kipling's 'The Jungle Book' may enthrall him or her.
    Ex. I loved every minute of it and it made me see just how poverty stricken Jamaica really is!.
    Ex. Her husband is entranced with a woman who is manic-depressive.
    Ex. At nightfall, drop anchor at any place that catch your fancy and the lullaby of the gentle waves put you to sleep.
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    * fascinar a = hold + fascination for.
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    1.
    verbo intransitivo (fam) (+ me/te/le etc)

    ¿te gusta? - sí, me fascina — do you like him? - yes, I like him a lot

    2.
    fascinar vt to fascinate, captivate
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    = fascinate, relish, mesmerise [mesmerize, -USA], enchant, charm, rivet, enthral [enthrall, -USA], love + every minute of it, entrance, catch + Posesivo + fancy.

    Ex: Classification fascinated him and he devoted his entire life to its study.

    Ex: They all relish a fast paced working environment, rapid change and constant challenges to traditional notions of what a library and library work should be.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Have librarians become mesmerised by information technology?'.
    Ex: The article 'The power to enchant: puppets in the public library' describes the construction of a puppet theatre in a public library.
    Ex: We will see the mountains of lobster traps and the charming crooked streets and hazy seascapes that charmed painter Fitzhugh Lane.
    Ex: According to this reporter, news is not solely information that shocks and rivets but a reflection of people's chosen lifestyles and the effects those choices have on us.
    Ex: If one encounters a young patron who is an animal lover, the recommendation of a book such as Kipling's 'The Jungle Book' may enthrall him or her.
    Ex: I loved every minute of it and it made me see just how poverty stricken Jamaica really is!.
    Ex: Her husband is entranced with a woman who is manic-depressive.
    Ex: At nightfall, drop anchor at any place that catch your fancy and the lullaby of the gentle waves put you to sleep.
    * fascinar a = hold + fascination for.

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    fascinar [A1 ]
    vi
    1 ( fam)
    (encantar): ¿te gusta? — sí, me fascina do you like him? — yes, I like him a lot o ( colloq) I'm mad about him
    me fascina ir a la playa I love going to the beach
    2
    (interesar): me fascinó ese programa I found that program fascinating o really interesting
    ■ fascinar
    vt
    to fascinate, captivate
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    fascinar ( conjugate fascinar) verbo intransitivo (fam):

    me fascina viajar I love travelling
    verbo transitivo
    to fascinate, captivate
    fascinar verbo transitivo to fascinate: le fascina el arte medieval, medieval art fascinates her

    ' fascinar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cautivar
    - subyugar
    - embrujar
    - hipnotizar
    - seducir
    English:
    fascinate
    - intrigue
    - rivet
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    to fascinate;
    me fascina Klee I love o adore Klee;
    me fascina con su belleza I find her stunningly beautiful;
    su conferencia me fascinó I found her lecture fascinating
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    v/t fascinate
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    1) : to fascinate
    2) : to charm, to captivate
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    fascinar vb to fascinate

    Spanish-English dictionary > fascinar

  • 7 frase publicitaria

    (n.) = catchphrase
    Ex. Catchphrases like this are all the rage these days, especially among those who allow current trends to dictate their lifestyles.
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    Ex: Catchphrases like this are all the rage these days, especially among those who allow current trends to dictate their lifestyles.

    Spanish-English dictionary > frase publicitaria

  • 8 hábitos de vida

    (n.) = lifestyle [life style/life-style]
    Ex. Through guided discussions of novels that represent different lifestyles and backgrounds librarians and teachers can help students deal with their own differences and those that they see in others.
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    (n.) = lifestyle [life style/life-style]

    Ex: Through guided discussions of novels that represent different lifestyles and backgrounds librarians and teachers can help students deal with their own differences and those that they see in others.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hábitos de vida

  • 9 lleno de

    = fraught with, replete with, full of, bursting with, strewn with, plagued with, teeming with, studded with, brimful (of/with), riddled with, jam-packed (with), filled to capacity, flush with, laden with
    Ex. That such uninformed intelligence has been translated into hard decisions is fraught with the gravest of consequences for the future of SLIS as bases for IT development.
    Ex. Such information will soon be replete with the requisite illustrations and, if need be, with sound explanations to boot.
    Ex. The idea was exquisite but full of terror.
    Ex. It is a great pleasure to welcome you to a country bursting with pride and energy.
    Ex. The field of reference work is strewn with failures, measured in the enquirer's terms, but where the reference librarian did provide a technically perfect answer to the actual question asked.
    Ex. Contemporary library and information science discourse is plagued with tunnel vision and blind spots that seriously affect the profession's efforts to plan the library's future.
    Ex. In teaching session after teaching session, day after day, school tasks are administered through textbooks, instruction manuals, reference works, etc -- tomes teeming with problems for the pupils to solve.
    Ex. He embodies the otherworldly in a narrative studded with spectacles and visions.
    Ex. This sprawling, exuberant novel, brimful with characters, aspires to accommodate a city full of lifestyles.
    Ex. This hope might prove futile since the draft is riddled with contradictions.
    Ex. This week is looking to be quite a jam packed, event-filled, extravaganza!.
    Ex. If a class is filled to capacity, please contact the secretary and ask to be put on a waiting list.
    Ex. There is growing evidence in Iraq, Afghanistan and beyond that al Qaeda and its allies are newly flush with cash, able to buy new weapons.
    Ex. Did you know that the "pope's nose" is laden with toxins from the chicken's body which accumulate in the little fatty morsel?.
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    = fraught with, replete with, full of, bursting with, strewn with, plagued with, teeming with, studded with, brimful (of/with), riddled with, jam-packed (with), filled to capacity, flush with, laden with

    Ex: That such uninformed intelligence has been translated into hard decisions is fraught with the gravest of consequences for the future of SLIS as bases for IT development.

    Ex: Such information will soon be replete with the requisite illustrations and, if need be, with sound explanations to boot.
    Ex: The idea was exquisite but full of terror.
    Ex: It is a great pleasure to welcome you to a country bursting with pride and energy.
    Ex: The field of reference work is strewn with failures, measured in the enquirer's terms, but where the reference librarian did provide a technically perfect answer to the actual question asked.
    Ex: Contemporary library and information science discourse is plagued with tunnel vision and blind spots that seriously affect the profession's efforts to plan the library's future.
    Ex: In teaching session after teaching session, day after day, school tasks are administered through textbooks, instruction manuals, reference works, etc -- tomes teeming with problems for the pupils to solve.
    Ex: He embodies the otherworldly in a narrative studded with spectacles and visions.
    Ex: This sprawling, exuberant novel, brimful with characters, aspires to accommodate a city full of lifestyles.
    Ex: This hope might prove futile since the draft is riddled with contradictions.
    Ex: This week is looking to be quite a jam packed, event-filled, extravaganza!.
    Ex: If a class is filled to capacity, please contact the secretary and ask to be put on a waiting list.
    Ex: There is growing evidence in Iraq, Afghanistan and beyond that al Qaeda and its allies are newly flush with cash, able to buy new weapons.
    Ex: Did you know that the "pope's nose" is laden with toxins from the chicken's body which accumulate in the little fatty morsel?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lleno de

  • 10 rebosante de

    (adj.) = brimful (of/with)
    Ex. This sprawling, exuberant novel, brimful with characters, aspires to accommodate a city full of lifestyles.
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    (adj.) = brimful (of/with)

    Ex: This sprawling, exuberant novel, brimful with characters, aspires to accommodate a city full of lifestyles.

    Spanish-English dictionary > rebosante de

  • 11 repleto de

    = replete with, full of, teeming with, brimful (of/with), jam-packed (with), filled to capacity, flush with
    Ex. Such information will soon be replete with the requisite illustrations and, if need be, with sound explanations to boot.
    Ex. The idea was exquisite but full of terror.
    Ex. In teaching session after teaching session, day after day, school tasks are administered through textbooks, instruction manuals, reference works, etc -- tomes teeming with problems for the pupils to solve.
    Ex. This sprawling, exuberant novel, brimful with characters, aspires to accommodate a city full of lifestyles.
    Ex. This week is looking to be quite a jam packed, event-filled, extravaganza!.
    Ex. If a class is filled to capacity, please contact the secretary and ask to be put on a waiting list.
    Ex. There is growing evidence in Iraq, Afghanistan and beyond that al Qaeda and its allies are newly flush with cash, able to buy new weapons.
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    = replete with, full of, teeming with, brimful (of/with), jam-packed (with), filled to capacity, flush with

    Ex: Such information will soon be replete with the requisite illustrations and, if need be, with sound explanations to boot.

    Ex: The idea was exquisite but full of terror.
    Ex: In teaching session after teaching session, day after day, school tasks are administered through textbooks, instruction manuals, reference works, etc -- tomes teeming with problems for the pupils to solve.
    Ex: This sprawling, exuberant novel, brimful with characters, aspires to accommodate a city full of lifestyles.
    Ex: This week is looking to be quite a jam packed, event-filled, extravaganza!.
    Ex: If a class is filled to capacity, please contact the secretary and ask to be put on a waiting list.
    Ex: There is growing evidence in Iraq, Afghanistan and beyond that al Qaeda and its allies are newly flush with cash, able to buy new weapons.

    Spanish-English dictionary > repleto de

  • 12 régimen de vida

    way of life
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    (n.) = lifestyle [life style/life-style]
    Ex. Through guided discussions of novels that represent different lifestyles and backgrounds librarians and teachers can help students deal with their own differences and those that they see in others.
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = lifestyle [life style/life-style]

    Ex: Through guided discussions of novels that represent different lifestyles and backgrounds librarians and teachers can help students deal with their own differences and those that they see in others.

    Spanish-English dictionary > régimen de vida

  • 13 ser el último grito

    Ex. Catchphrases like this are all the rage these days, especially among those who allow current trends to dictate their lifestyles.
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    Ex: Catchphrases like this are all the rage these days, especially among those who allow current trends to dictate their lifestyles.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser el último grito

  • 14 ser la última palabra

    Ex. Catchphrases like this are all the rage these days, especially among those who allow current trends to dictate their lifestyles.
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    Ex: Catchphrases like this are all the rage these days, especially among those who allow current trends to dictate their lifestyles.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser la última palabra

  • 15 ser lo último

    familiar (el colmo) to be just too much
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    = be all the rage, be the pits
    Ex. Catchphrases like this are all the rage these days, especially among those who allow current trends to dictate their lifestyles.
    Ex. Our health-care system is the pits -- millions of Americans don't have any health insurance.
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    = be all the rage, be the pits

    Ex: Catchphrases like this are all the rage these days, especially among those who allow current trends to dictate their lifestyles.

    Ex: Our health-care system is the pits -- millions of Americans don't have any health insurance.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser lo último

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