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majority opinion

  • 1 opinión

    f.
    opinion, notion, conviction, belief.
    * * *
    1 (juicio) opinion, view
    en mi opinión in my opinion, in my view
    \
    cambiar de opinión to change one's mind
    la opinión pública public opinion
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    noun f.
    * * *
    SF opinion, view

    ser de la opinión (de) que... — to be of the opinion that..., take the view that...

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    femenino opinion

    ¿cuál es tu opinión sobre el programa? — what do you think of the program?

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    = claim, contention, feedback, judgement [judgment], regard, view, say, voice, perception.
    Ex. The final justification is to be found in the claim that SLIS provide a form of information education that is not provided elsewhere.
    Ex. The main contentions are that it would serve both the long-term interests of authors and publishers and the interests of users of information.
    Ex. The statements are framed one at a time, and feedback is available at each stage, hence the term 'interactive searching'.
    Ex. In my judgment, these changes will come about in one of two ways.
    Ex. Their sheer institutional standing and regard have had a bearing upon the creation of a situation which is a good deal better than it might otherwise have been.
    Ex. There is an alternative method for the design of subject retrieval devices, and that is to build languages or schemes which depend upon some theoretical views about the nature and structure of knowledge.
    Ex. I've seen people clamor for a say and when it's given to them they don't take it.
    Ex. I am particularly interested in hearing from practicing music and digital librarians, those in industry, and those who have had experience with other evaluation programmes, though all voices are welcomed.
    Ex. Nevertheless, citation indexes do seek to link documents according to their content (or at least the perception of their content held by the author of the source work).
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    * a la opinión pública = in the public eye.
    * ante la opinión pública = in the public eye.
    * apoyar un opinión = support + contention.
    * artículo de opinión = discussion article, discussion paper, opinion article, feature article, opinion piece, op-ed.
    * atrincherado en las opiniones de Uno = set in + Posesivo + opinions.
    * cambiar de opinión = change + Posesivo + mind, change + feet, change + Posesivo + tune.
    * cambiar de opinión a mitad de camino = change + horses in midstream.
    * cambio de opinión = change of heart, change of mind.
    * columna de opinión = op-ed.
    * compartir la opinión de que = share + the view that.
    * dar la opinión sobre = give + opinion on.
    * dar una opinión = offer + opinion.
    * de acuerdo con + Posesivo + opinión = in + Posesivo + view, in + Posesivo + opinion.
    * defender un opinión = support + view.
    * diferencia de opinión (sobre) = difference of opinion (on).
    * diferencias de opinión = shades of opinion.
    * discrepacia de opiniones = conflict of opinions.
    * divergencia de opinión = divergence of opinion.
    * división de opiniones = division of opinion, split decision, divided opinions.
    * documento de opinión = discussion document.
    * empresa dedicada a los sondeos de opinión = polling firm, polling agency.
    * en contra de la opinión general = contrary to popular belief.
    * en la opinión de = in the opinion of.
    * en mi opinión = to my mind, in my opinion, to the best of my knowledge, in my view, to my knowledge, in my books.
    * en + Posesivo + opinión = to + Posesivo + mind.
    * escuchar la opinión de Alguien = hear + opinion.
    * es mi opinión = my two cents' worth.
    * expresar la opinión = volunteer + view.
    * expresar la opinión de uno = make + Posesivo + feelings known, put + viewpoint across.
    * expresar la opinión de uno sobre = give + Posesivo + thoughts on.
    * expresar opinión = express + view.
    * expresar opinión (sobre) = express + opinion (on).
    * expresar + Posesivo + opinión = find + Posesivo + (own) voice, find + voice, find + a voice.
    * expresar una opinión = voice + opinion.
    * expresar una opinión sobre = state + opinion on, venture + opinion on.
    * formarse una opinión = form + impression.
    * grupo de opinión = focus group.
    * haber división de opiniones = be split on, opinion + be divided.
    * haber división de opiniones entre los críticos = critics + be divided.
    * influir en la opinión pública = shape + public opinion, influence + public opinion.
    * intercambiar opiniones = exchange + views, share + opinions.
    * intercambio de opiniones sobre = exchange of opinion on.
    * la opinión de otra persona = a second opinion.
    * líder de opinión = opinion leader.
    * manipular la opinión = manipulate + opinion.
    * mantener una opinión = hold + view, hold + opinion.
    * mi opinión = my two cents' worth.
    * moldear la opinión pública = mould + public opinion.
    * ofrecer una opinión = offer + opinion.
    * opinión consensuada = consensus of opinion.
    * opinión de la mayoría = majority opinion.
    * opiniones diferentes = contrasting opinions.
    * opiniones diversas = mixed reactions, mixed reviews.
    * opiniones divididas = divided opinions.
    * opiniones opuestas = contrasting opinions.
    * opinión + estar dividida = opinion + be divided.
    * opinión general = consensus, consensus of opinion, accepted wisdom, conventional wisdom.
    * opinión general, la = received wisdom, the.
    * opinión generalmente aceptada = conventional wisdom.
    * opinión mayoritaria = majority opinion.
    * opinión personal = personal opinion.
    * opinión pública = outside-world, public opinion.
    * opinión pública, la = public mind, the.
    * opinión (sobre) = opinion (on).
    * pedir la opinión sobre = ask for + opinion on.
    * recabar la opinión = canvass + opinion.
    * recabar la opinión pública = gauge + public opinion.
    * recabar la opinión sobre = gauge + opinion on.
    * recabar opiniones = solicit + input.
    * recabar opinión sobre = elicit + opinion on.
    * recabar + Posesivo + opinión = gauge + Posesivo + reaction.
    * recabar una opinión = solicit + opinion.
    * recibir opiniones diversas = receive + mixed reviews.
    * reservarse la opinión = reserve + judgement.
    * respaldar una opinión = buttress + claim, support + view.
    * según la opinión de = in the opinion of.
    * según mi opinión = to the best of my knowledge.
    * según + Posesivo + opinión = in + Posesivo + view, in + Posesivo + opinion.
    * ser de la opinión de que = be of the opinion that, be of the view that.
    * sondear la opinión pública = gauge + public opinion.
    * sondear la opinión sobre = gauge + opinion on.
    * sondeo de opinión = opinion poll, Gallup poll, perceptions study, opinion polling.
    * sondeo de opinión por teléfono = telephone opinion poll.
    * sondeo de opinión pública = public opinion poll.
    * sondeo informal de opinión = straw poll.
    * sostener la opinión = argue.
    * sostener una opinión = hold + view, hold + opinion.
    * tener derecho a expresar + Posesivo + opinión = be entitled to + Posesivo + own opinion.
    * tener la opinión = it + be + Posesivo + understanding.
    * tener opinión = take + view.
    * tener una opinión = take + viewpoint, hold + view, hold + opinion.
    * tener una opinión sobre = have + an opinion on.
    * una segunda opinión = a second opinion.
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    femenino opinion

    ¿cuál es tu opinión sobre el programa? — what do you think of the program?

    * * *
    opinión (sobre)

    Ex: A reputable supplier will readily provide names of former customers who may be contacted for their opinions on service, support and maintenance.

    = claim, contention, feedback, judgement [judgment], regard, view, say, voice, perception.

    Ex: The final justification is to be found in the claim that SLIS provide a form of information education that is not provided elsewhere.

    Ex: The main contentions are that it would serve both the long-term interests of authors and publishers and the interests of users of information.
    Ex: The statements are framed one at a time, and feedback is available at each stage, hence the term 'interactive searching'.
    Ex: In my judgment, these changes will come about in one of two ways.
    Ex: Their sheer institutional standing and regard have had a bearing upon the creation of a situation which is a good deal better than it might otherwise have been.
    Ex: There is an alternative method for the design of subject retrieval devices, and that is to build languages or schemes which depend upon some theoretical views about the nature and structure of knowledge.
    Ex: I've seen people clamor for a say and when it's given to them they don't take it.
    Ex: I am particularly interested in hearing from practicing music and digital librarians, those in industry, and those who have had experience with other evaluation programmes, though all voices are welcomed.
    Ex: Nevertheless, citation indexes do seek to link documents according to their content (or at least the perception of their content held by the author of the source work).
    * a la opinión pública = in the public eye.
    * ante la opinión pública = in the public eye.
    * apoyar un opinión = support + contention.
    * artículo de opinión = discussion article, discussion paper, opinion article, feature article, opinion piece, op-ed.
    * atrincherado en las opiniones de Uno = set in + Posesivo + opinions.
    * cambiar de opinión = change + Posesivo + mind, change + feet, change + Posesivo + tune.
    * cambiar de opinión a mitad de camino = change + horses in midstream.
    * cambio de opinión = change of heart, change of mind.
    * columna de opinión = op-ed.
    * compartir la opinión de que = share + the view that.
    * dar la opinión sobre = give + opinion on.
    * dar una opinión = offer + opinion.
    * de acuerdo con + Posesivo + opinión = in + Posesivo + view, in + Posesivo + opinion.
    * defender un opinión = support + view.
    * diferencia de opinión (sobre) = difference of opinion (on).
    * diferencias de opinión = shades of opinion.
    * discrepacia de opiniones = conflict of opinions.
    * divergencia de opinión = divergence of opinion.
    * división de opiniones = division of opinion, split decision, divided opinions.
    * documento de opinión = discussion document.
    * empresa dedicada a los sondeos de opinión = polling firm, polling agency.
    * en contra de la opinión general = contrary to popular belief.
    * en la opinión de = in the opinion of.
    * en mi opinión = to my mind, in my opinion, to the best of my knowledge, in my view, to my knowledge, in my books.
    * en + Posesivo + opinión = to + Posesivo + mind.
    * escuchar la opinión de Alguien = hear + opinion.
    * es mi opinión = my two cents' worth.
    * expresar la opinión = volunteer + view.
    * expresar la opinión de uno = make + Posesivo + feelings known, put + viewpoint across.
    * expresar la opinión de uno sobre = give + Posesivo + thoughts on.
    * expresar opinión = express + view.
    * expresar opinión (sobre) = express + opinion (on).
    * expresar + Posesivo + opinión = find + Posesivo + (own) voice, find + voice, find + a voice.
    * expresar una opinión = voice + opinion.
    * expresar una opinión sobre = state + opinion on, venture + opinion on.
    * formarse una opinión = form + impression.
    * grupo de opinión = focus group.
    * haber división de opiniones = be split on, opinion + be divided.
    * haber división de opiniones entre los críticos = critics + be divided.
    * influir en la opinión pública = shape + public opinion, influence + public opinion.
    * intercambiar opiniones = exchange + views, share + opinions.
    * intercambio de opiniones sobre = exchange of opinion on.
    * la opinión de otra persona = a second opinion.
    * líder de opinión = opinion leader.
    * manipular la opinión = manipulate + opinion.
    * mantener una opinión = hold + view, hold + opinion.
    * mi opinión = my two cents' worth.
    * moldear la opinión pública = mould + public opinion.
    * ofrecer una opinión = offer + opinion.
    * opinión consensuada = consensus of opinion.
    * opinión de la mayoría = majority opinion.
    * opiniones diferentes = contrasting opinions.
    * opiniones diversas = mixed reactions, mixed reviews.
    * opiniones divididas = divided opinions.
    * opiniones opuestas = contrasting opinions.
    * opinión + estar dividida = opinion + be divided.
    * opinión general = consensus, consensus of opinion, accepted wisdom, conventional wisdom.
    * opinión general, la = received wisdom, the.
    * opinión generalmente aceptada = conventional wisdom.
    * opinión mayoritaria = majority opinion.
    * opinión personal = personal opinion.
    * opinión pública = outside-world, public opinion.
    * opinión pública, la = public mind, the.
    * opinión (sobre) = opinion (on).
    * pedir la opinión sobre = ask for + opinion on.
    * recabar la opinión = canvass + opinion.
    * recabar la opinión pública = gauge + public opinion.
    * recabar la opinión sobre = gauge + opinion on.
    * recabar opiniones = solicit + input.
    * recabar opinión sobre = elicit + opinion on.
    * recabar + Posesivo + opinión = gauge + Posesivo + reaction.
    * recabar una opinión = solicit + opinion.
    * recibir opiniones diversas = receive + mixed reviews.
    * reservarse la opinión = reserve + judgement.
    * respaldar una opinión = buttress + claim, support + view.
    * según la opinión de = in the opinion of.
    * según mi opinión = to the best of my knowledge.
    * según + Posesivo + opinión = in + Posesivo + view, in + Posesivo + opinion.
    * ser de la opinión de que = be of the opinion that, be of the view that.
    * sondear la opinión pública = gauge + public opinion.
    * sondear la opinión sobre = gauge + opinion on.
    * sondeo de opinión = opinion poll, Gallup poll, perceptions study, opinion polling.
    * sondeo de opinión por teléfono = telephone opinion poll.
    * sondeo de opinión pública = public opinion poll.
    * sondeo informal de opinión = straw poll.
    * sostener la opinión = argue.
    * sostener una opinión = hold + view, hold + opinion.
    * tener derecho a expresar + Posesivo + opinión = be entitled to + Posesivo + own opinion.
    * tener la opinión = it + be + Posesivo + understanding.
    * tener opinión = take + view.
    * tener una opinión = take + viewpoint, hold + view, hold + opinion.
    * tener una opinión sobre = have + an opinion on.
    * una segunda opinión = a second opinion.

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    opinion
    no comparto tu opinión sobre este tema I do not share your view o opinion o I disagree with you on this subject
    ¿cuál es tu opinión sobre el programa? what do you think of the program?
    ¿qué opinión le merece esta nueva producción? ( frml); what is your opinion of this new production?
    en mi opinión fue un error in my opinion it was a mistake
    cambió de opinión he changed his mind
    es de la opinión de que no se les debe pegar a los niños she doesn't believe in hitting children, she is of the opinion that you mustn't hit children
    importantes sectores de opinión piensan que … significant bodies of opinion think that …
    es una cuestión de opinión it's a matter of opinion
    no tengo muy buena opinión de él I don't think very highly of him, I don't have a very high opinion of him
    Compuesto:
    la opinión pública public opinion
    un cambio en la opinión pública a change in public opinion
    no se puede engañar a la opinión pública con falsas promesas you cannot fool people o the public with false promises
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    opinión sustantivo femenino
    opinion;

    cambió de opinión he changed his mind;
    la opinión pública public opinion
    opinión sustantivo femenino opinion: siempre está cambiando de opinión, she's always changing her mind

    ' opinión' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adherirse
    - antinuclear
    - apoyarse
    - apreciación
    - asesorar
    - aventurar
    - cambio
    - certera
    - certero
    - concepto
    - consejo
    - criterio
    - decantar
    - decir
    - discutible
    - disidencia
    - ecuánime
    - emitir
    - encuesta
    - entender
    - fama
    - idea
    - impresión
    - incluso
    - judicatura
    - juicio
    - manifestar
    -
    - opinar
    - opositor
    - opositora
    - opuesta
    - opuesto
    - para
    - parecer
    - pericial
    - prender
    - previa
    - previo
    - pronunciarse
    - prospección
    - prudente
    - pulsar
    - ratificar
    - según
    - sentir
    - sesgar
    - solicitar
    - someter
    - sondeo
    English:
    about-face
    - about-turn
    - advance
    - adverse
    - approve of
    - argue
    - belief
    - book
    - change
    - colour
    - currency
    - current
    - dead
    - decided
    - differ
    - discount
    - editorial
    - esteem
    - estimation
    - feeling
    - find
    - frank
    - glowing
    - groundswell
    - high
    - inflated
    - initially
    - judge
    - judgement
    - judgment
    - like-minded
    - low
    - mind
    - minority
    - mirror
    - misguided
    - mixed
    - moderate
    - one-sided
    - opinion
    - opinion poll
    - opposing
    - opposite
    - outlook
    - partisan
    - poll
    - position
    - prerogative
    - prevail
    - prevailing
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    opinion;
    en mi opinión no deberíamos ir in my opinion, we shouldn't go;
    es mi opinión personal that's my personal opinion;
    ¿cuál es tu opinión al respecto? what's your opinion o view on this matter?;
    después de escuchar distintas opiniones sobre el tema… after hearing different views on the matter…;
    compartir una opinión to share a view o an opinion;
    he cambiado de opinión I've changed my mind;
    expresar o [m5] dar una opinión to give an opinion;
    reservarse la opinión to reserve judgment;
    ser de la opinión de que to be of the opinion that;
    ser una cuestión de opinión to be a matter of opinion;
    tener buena/mala opinión de alguien to have a high/low opinion of sb
    la opinión pública public opinion
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    f opinion;
    la opinión pública public opinion;
    en mi opinión in my opinion;
    tener buena/mala opinión de alguien think highly/little of s.o.
    * * *
    opinión nf, pl - niones : opinion, belief
    * * *
    opinión n opinion / view

    Spanish-English dictionary > opinión

  • 2 opinión de la mayoría

    Ex. I came to the conclusion that the majority opinion among linguists was that the prescriptive approach to grammar was too rigid.
    * * *

    Ex: I came to the conclusion that the majority opinion among linguists was that the prescriptive approach to grammar was too rigid.

    Spanish-English dictionary > opinión de la mayoría

  • 3 opinión mayoritaria

    Ex. I came to the conclusion that the majority opinion among linguists was that the prescriptive approach to grammar was too rigid.
    * * *

    Ex: I came to the conclusion that the majority opinion among linguists was that the prescriptive approach to grammar was too rigid.

    Spanish-English dictionary > opinión mayoritaria

  • 4 lingüista

    f. & m.
    linguist, etymologist, grammarian, philologist.
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    1 linguist
    * * *
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    masculino y femenino linguist
    * * *
    = linguist, philologist.
    Ex. While reading linguists I came to the conclusion that the majority opinion among linguists was that the prescriptive approach to grammar was too rigid; it established artificial barriers to communication.
    Ex. The initial BAMBI project developed a workstation for historians and more particularly philologists, which allows them to make transcriptions, annotation and indexing on manuscripts.
    * * *
    masculino y femenino linguist
    * * *
    = linguist, philologist.

    Ex: While reading linguists I came to the conclusion that the majority opinion among linguists was that the prescriptive approach to grammar was too rigid; it established artificial barriers to communication.

    Ex: The initial BAMBI project developed a workstation for historians and more particularly philologists, which allows them to make transcriptions, annotation and indexing on manuscripts.

    * * *
    linguist
    * * *

    lingüista mf linguist: tiene fama como lingüista, she's a renowned linguist
    ' lingüista' also found in these entries:
    English:
    linguist
    * * *
    linguist [academic specialist]
    * * *
    m/f linguist
    * * *
    : linguist

    Spanish-English dictionary > lingüista

  • 5 mayoritario

    adj.
    majority, pertaining to a majority.
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    1 (de la mayoría) majority
    2 FINANZAS principal
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    ADJ majority antes de s

    gobierno/accionista mayoritario — majority government/shareholder

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    - ria adjetivo
    a) <apoyo/decisión/partido> majority (before n)
    b) (Fin) <socio/accionista> principal
    * * *
    ----
    * grupo mayoritario = majority group.
    * opinión mayoritaria = majority opinion.
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo
    a) <apoyo/decisión/partido> majority (before n)
    b) (Fin) <socio/accionista> principal
    * * *
    * grupo mayoritario = majority group.
    * opinión mayoritaria = majority opinion.
    * * *
    apoyo mayoritario a la huelga majority support for the strike
    una decisión mayoritaria a majority decision
    los sindicatos mayoritarios the unions which represent most of the workers
    2 ( Fin) ‹socio/accionista› principal
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    mayoritario
    ◊ - ria adjetivo

    a)apoyo/decisión/partido majority ( before n)

    b) (Fin) ‹socio/accionista principal

    mayoritario,-a adjetivo majority
    el partido mayoritario, majority party
    ' mayoritario' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    dominante
    - mayoritaria
    English:
    mainstream
    - majority
    * * *
    mayoritario, -a adj
    majority;
    decisión mayoritaria majority decision;
    el partido mayoritario formará gobierno the party with a majority will form a government
    * * *
    adj majority atr
    * * *
    mayoritario, - ria adj & n
    : majority
    un consenso mayoritario: a majority consensus

    Spanish-English dictionary > mayoritario

  • 6 mayoría

    f.
    1 majority, bulk.
    2 marginal constituency.
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    1 majority
    la mayoría de los hombres... most men...
    \
    estar en mayoría to be in the majority
    mayoría absoluta absolute majority
    mayoría de edad age of majority
    mayoría relativa relative majority
    mayoría silenciosa silent majority
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=mayor parte) majority

    la mayoría de los españoles — the majority of Spaniards, most Spaniards

    la mayoría de las veces — usually, on most occasions

    islas inhabitadas en su mayoría — islands, most of which are o which are mostly uninhabited

    mayoría minoritaria — simple majority, relative majority

    mayoría relativa — simple majority, relative majority

    2)

    mayoría de edad — adulthood, majority

    cumplir o llegar a la mayoría de edad — to come of age

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    a) ( mayor parte) majority

    la mayoría de los especialistas — most of the experts, the majority of experts

    la gran mayoría de... — the great majority of...

    ser mayoría or estar en mayoría — to be in the majority

    b) (Pol) ( margen) majority
    * * *
    = majority, silent majority.
    Nota: La mayoría de las personas que al no participar en una actividad, sea cual sea (aunque en general se aplica al gobierno de un país), se considera que están de acuerdo con la situación.
    Ex. These headings, therefore, in addition to exhibiting a bias in favor of the majority, actively hinder access.
    Ex. Supported by a silent majority, the leaders can rule without giving the impression of being an oligarchy.
    ----
    * alcanzar la mayoría de edad = come of + age.
    * cubrir la mayoría de las necesidades = go + most of the way.
    * en la inmensa mayoría = overwhelmingly.
    * en la mayoría de = in the majority of.
    * en la mayoría de las veces = mostly, in most cases.
    * en la mayoría de los casos = most often, in most cases, in the majority of cases, mostly, under most circumstances.
    * en su mayoría = for the most part, mostly, much of it, in most respects.
    * estar en mayoría = be in the majority.
    * gobierno de la mayoría = majority rule.
    * la fuerza de la mayoría = strength in numbers.
    * la gran mayoría de = the vast majority of, the bulk of.
    * la mayoría con mucho = the vast majority of.
    * la mayoría de = the majority of, most + Nombre, the main bulk of.
    * la mayoria de la gente = most people, the majority of the people.
    * la mayoría de las personas = most people, the majority of the people.
    * la mayoría de las veces = most of the time, more often than not.
    * la mayoría del mundo = the majority of the world, most people, the majority of the people.
    * la mayoría del tiempo = most of the time.
    * más de la mayoría de los + Nombre = more than most + Nombre.
    * mayoría absoluta = absolute majority.
    * mayoría aplastante = overwhelming majority.
    * mayoría de edad = adulthood.
    * mayoría de, la = generality of, the.
    * mayoría étnica, la = majority culture, the.
    * mayoría moral, la = moral majority, the.
    * mayoría silenciosa = silent majority.
    * mayoría simple = simple majority.
    * opinión de la mayoría = majority opinion.
    * poseído por la mayoría = widely held.
    * presupuestos de la mayoría = majority assumptions.
    * ser la mayoría = be in the majority.
    * una gran mayoría de = a large proportion of.
    * votar por mayoría a = return + a majority for.
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    a) ( mayor parte) majority

    la mayoría de los especialistas — most of the experts, the majority of experts

    la gran mayoría de... — the great majority of...

    ser mayoría or estar en mayoría — to be in the majority

    b) (Pol) ( margen) majority
    * * *
    = majority, silent majority.
    Nota: La mayoría de las personas que al no participar en una actividad, sea cual sea (aunque en general se aplica al gobierno de un país), se considera que están de acuerdo con la situación.

    Ex: These headings, therefore, in addition to exhibiting a bias in favor of the majority, actively hinder access.

    Ex: Supported by a silent majority, the leaders can rule without giving the impression of being an oligarchy.
    * alcanzar la mayoría de edad = come of + age.
    * cubrir la mayoría de las necesidades = go + most of the way.
    * en la inmensa mayoría = overwhelmingly.
    * en la mayoría de = in the majority of.
    * en la mayoría de las veces = mostly, in most cases.
    * en la mayoría de los casos = most often, in most cases, in the majority of cases, mostly, under most circumstances.
    * en su mayoría = for the most part, mostly, much of it, in most respects.
    * estar en mayoría = be in the majority.
    * gobierno de la mayoría = majority rule.
    * la fuerza de la mayoría = strength in numbers.
    * la gran mayoría de = the vast majority of, the bulk of.
    * la mayoría con mucho = the vast majority of.
    * la mayoría de = the majority of, most + Nombre, the main bulk of.
    * la mayoria de la gente = most people, the majority of the people.
    * la mayoría de las personas = most people, the majority of the people.
    * la mayoría de las veces = most of the time, more often than not.
    * la mayoría del mundo = the majority of the world, most people, the majority of the people.
    * la mayoría del tiempo = most of the time.
    * más de la mayoría de los + Nombre = more than most + Nombre.
    * mayoría absoluta = absolute majority.
    * mayoría aplastante = overwhelming majority.
    * mayoría de edad = adulthood.
    * mayoría de, la = generality of, the.
    * mayoría étnica, la = majority culture, the.
    * mayoría moral, la = moral majority, the.
    * mayoría silenciosa = silent majority.
    * mayoría simple = simple majority.
    * opinión de la mayoría = majority opinion.
    * poseído por la mayoría = widely held.
    * presupuestos de la mayoría = majority assumptions.
    * ser la mayoría = be in the majority.
    * una gran mayoría de = a large proportion of.
    * votar por mayoría a = return + a majority for.

    * * *
    1 (mayor parte) majority
    la mayoría de los especialistas most of the experts, the majority of experts
    la inmensa mayoría de los españoles the great o vast majority of Spaniards
    los participantes, en su mayoría jóvenes, … the participants, most of them young, … o the majority of them young, …
    estar en mayoría to be in the majority
    2 ( Pol) (margen) majority
    Compuestos:
    absolute majority
    age of majority
    al alcanzar or llegar a la mayoría de edad on coming of age, on reaching the age of majority
    moral majority
    simple o ( BrE) relative majority
    consiguió una mayoría relativa he topped the poll o he achieved the highest number of votes
    silent majority
    simple majority
    * * *

     

    mayoría sustantivo femenino
    majority;
    la gran mayoría de … the great majority of …;

    ser mayoría or estar en mayoría to be in the majority;
    gobierno de la mayoría majority rule;
    mayoría absoluta/relativa absolute/simple majority;
    llegar a la mayoría de edad to come of age
    mayoría sustantivo femenino
    1 majority, most: la mayoría de los alumnos vive cerca, most of the students live nearby
    la mayoría de los españoles es escéptica, most Spaniards are sceptics
    una mayoría silenciosa, a silent majority
    2 Pol majority: el partido nacionalista ganó por mayoría, the nationalist party won by a majority
    mayoría absoluta/relativa/simple, absolute/relative/ simple majority
    La palabra majority es algo formal fuera del contexto político. Normalmente traducimos mayoría por most o most of. Most se emplea para indicar un concepto general (la mayoría de la gente, most people; la mayoría de los hombres, most men) y most of para referirse a un grupo reducido (la mayoría de mis amigos, most of my friends). ➣ Ver nota en majority

    ' mayoría' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    rebaño
    - refrendar
    - abrumador
    - alcanzar
    - amplio
    - aplastante
    - arrollador
    - generalidad
    - grande
    - holgado
    - no
    English:
    adulthood
    - age
    - bulk
    - clear
    - edition
    - elect
    - electorate
    - get on
    - great
    - majority
    - most
    - mostly
    - of
    - often
    - silent
    - sports
    - vast
    - vote
    * * *
    1. [mayor parte] majority;
    la mayoría de most of;
    la mayoría de las veces usually, most often;
    en su mayoría in the main
    mayoría absoluta absolute majority;
    mayoría cualificada qualified majority;
    mayoría relativa Br relative majority, US plurality;
    mayoría silenciosa silent majority;
    mayoría simple simple majority
    2. [edad adulta] mayoría de edad (age of) majority;
    la mayoría de edad democrática del país the country's democratic coming of age
    * * *
    f majority;
    mayoría de votos majority of votes;
    la mayoría de the majority of, most (of);
    en la mayoría de los casos in the majority of cases, in most cases;
    la mayoría de las veces most of the time
    * * *
    1) : majority
    2)
    en su mayoría : on the whole
    * * *
    mayoría n majority

    Spanish-English dictionary > mayoría

  • 7 rígido

    adj.
    1 rigid, inflexible, stiff.
    2 rigid, inflexible, austere, hard.
    3 drawn tight.
    * * *
    1 (duro) rigid, stiff
    2 figurado (severo) strict, firm, inflexible
    * * *
    (f. - rígida)
    adj.
    rigid, stiff
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=tieso) rigid, stiff

    quedarse rígido[gen] to go rigid; [de frío] to get stiff, get stiff with cold

    2) [actitud] rigid, inflexible
    3) [moralmente] strict, harsh
    4) [expresión] wooden, expressionless
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) < material> rigid, stiff
    b) <educación/dieta> strict; <regla/horario> inflexible; < carácter> inflexible, unbending; < actitud> rigid, inflexible; <moral/principios> strict
    * * *
    = hard and fast, rigid, stiff [stiffer -comp., stiffest -sup.], stringent, hidebound, inelastic, ironclad [iron-clad].
    Ex. There is no hard and fast answer to this question.
    Ex. While reading linguists I came to the conclusion that the majority opinion among linguists was that the prescriptive approach to grammar was too rigid; it established artificial barriers to communication.
    Ex. Ironically, however, the internal organisation walls librarians have built to categorise materials by format remain stiff and solid.
    Ex. When a library outgrows its second automated circulation system it sets stringent functional, performance and growth specifications and builds from scratch.
    Ex. This difference between these two types of libraries we shall be well advised to observe though we should not be too hidebound as to the means by which we may secure the end.
    Ex. Problems include: high cost of paper and printing supplies; high capital investment required; small and inelastic markets; low literacy = Los problemas incluyen: alto coste del papel y del material de papelería, gran inversión de capital, mercados pequeños y poco flexibles y bajo nivel de alfabetización.
    Ex. A review of the research shows that there are no clear and ironclad answers.
    ----
    * norma rígida = hard and fast rule, ironclad rule, steadfast rule.
    * ponerse rígido = stiffen.
    * regla rígida = hard and fast rule, ironclad rule, steadfast rule.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) < material> rigid, stiff
    b) <educación/dieta> strict; <regla/horario> inflexible; < carácter> inflexible, unbending; < actitud> rigid, inflexible; <moral/principios> strict
    * * *
    = hard and fast, rigid, stiff [stiffer -comp., stiffest -sup.], stringent, hidebound, inelastic, ironclad [iron-clad].

    Ex: There is no hard and fast answer to this question.

    Ex: While reading linguists I came to the conclusion that the majority opinion among linguists was that the prescriptive approach to grammar was too rigid; it established artificial barriers to communication.
    Ex: Ironically, however, the internal organisation walls librarians have built to categorise materials by format remain stiff and solid.
    Ex: When a library outgrows its second automated circulation system it sets stringent functional, performance and growth specifications and builds from scratch.
    Ex: This difference between these two types of libraries we shall be well advised to observe though we should not be too hidebound as to the means by which we may secure the end.
    Ex: Problems include: high cost of paper and printing supplies; high capital investment required; small and inelastic markets; low literacy = Los problemas incluyen: alto coste del papel y del material de papelería, gran inversión de capital, mercados pequeños y poco flexibles y bajo nivel de alfabetización.
    Ex: A review of the research shows that there are no clear and ironclad answers.
    * norma rígida = hard and fast rule, ironclad rule, steadfast rule.
    * ponerse rígido = stiffen.
    * regla rígida = hard and fast rule, ironclad rule, steadfast rule.

    * * *
    rígido -da
    A ‹material› rigid, stiff
    B ‹educación/dieta› strict; ‹regla› inflexible; ‹carácter› inflexible, unbending; ‹actitud› rigid, inflexible; ‹moral/principios› strict
    tiene un horario muy rígido her timetable is very inflexible
    * * *

    rígido
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a) material rigid, stiff

    b)educación/dieta strict;

    regla/horario/carácter inflexible;
    actitud rigid, inflexible;
    moral/principios strict
    rígido,-a adjetivo
    1 (un material) rigid
    Anat stiff
    2 (inflexible: persona) strict, intolerant
    un profesor muy rígido, a very strict teacher (: horario, costumbre) inflexible
    ' rígido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    agarrotarse
    - rígida
    - tiesa
    - tieso
    - trampolín
    English:
    hard-and-fast
    - officious
    - rigid
    - stiff
    - wooden
    - fixed
    - grip
    - inflexible
    - rigor mortis
    - tighten
    * * *
    rígido, -a adj
    1. [objeto, material] rigid;
    [tela] stiff
    2. [pierna, brazo] stiff;
    pon el brazo rígido tense your arm, hold your arm stiff
    3. [rostro] stony
    4. [severo, inflexible] [normas] strict, harsh;
    [carácter] inflexible; [horario] strict
    * * *
    adj
    1 material rigid
    2 carácter inflexible; fig
    strict
    * * *
    rígido, -da adj
    1) : rigid, stiff
    2) : strict
    rígidamente adv
    * * *
    rígido adj
    1. (tieso) rigid / stiff
    2. (severo) strict

    Spanish-English dictionary > rígido

  • 8 ser de la opinión de que

    (v.) = be of the opinion that, be of the view that
    Ex. Some considered the rules over-complicated and fussy, whereas others were of the opinion that more detail was required.
    Ex. The majority of respondents were of the view that their programmes now comprehend broader interests than might be suggested by the term 'librarianship'.
    * * *
    (v.) = be of the opinion that, be of the view that

    Ex: Some considered the rules over-complicated and fussy, whereas others were of the opinion that more detail was required.

    Ex: The majority of respondents were of the view that their programmes now comprehend broader interests than might be suggested by the term 'librarianship'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser de la opinión de que

  • 9 IMHO (En Mi Modesta Opinión)

    Nota: En Internet, siglas que se utilizan en los mensajes electrónicos para indicar que el escritor sólo expresa su opinión y que puede haber quien no opine lo mismo.
    Ex. IMHO (In My Humble Opinion) is a shorthand appended to a comment written in an online forum to indicate that the writer is aware that they are expressing a debatable view.

    Spanish-English dictionary > IMHO (En Mi Modesta Opinión)

  • 10 artículo de opinión

    (n.) = discussion article, discussion paper, opinion article, feature article, opinion piece, op-ed
    Ex. Indicative abstracts are more appropriate representations of discussion and review articles, books and, in some circumstances, conference proceedings, reports without conclusions, essays and bibliographies.
    Ex. The UKLDS or the UK Library Database System is a proposal from the Cooperative Automation Group (CAG) which was first disseminated in a discussion paper published in 1982.
    Ex. This opinion article presents a view of the scope for artificial intelligence in information retrieval.
    Ex. The author reviews some of the periodicals that contain an increasing number of feature articles about the Internet.
    Ex. This is not a rigorous statistical investigation, but an opinion piece offered to encourage other librarians to address this problem.
    Ex. If the president wanted to speak directly to people in advance of the G-20 summit in London, he could do so by sending an op-ed to the world's top papers.
    * * *
    (n.) = discussion article, discussion paper, opinion article, feature article, opinion piece, op-ed

    Ex: Indicative abstracts are more appropriate representations of discussion and review articles, books and, in some circumstances, conference proceedings, reports without conclusions, essays and bibliographies.

    Ex: The UKLDS or the UK Library Database System is a proposal from the Cooperative Automation Group (CAG) which was first disseminated in a discussion paper published in 1982.
    Ex: This opinion article presents a view of the scope for artificial intelligence in information retrieval.
    Ex: The author reviews some of the periodicals that contain an increasing number of feature articles about the Internet.
    Ex: This is not a rigorous statistical investigation, but an opinion piece offered to encourage other librarians to address this problem.
    Ex: If the president wanted to speak directly to people in advance of the G-20 summit in London, he could do so by sending an op-ed to the world's top papers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > artículo de opinión

  • 11 cambiar de opinión

    to change one's mind
    * * *
    (v.) = change + Posesivo + mind, change + feet, change + Posesivo + tune
    Ex. The latter reasons may be further subdivided into those operations in which we expect that we shall have reasonable provocation to change our minds.
    Ex. These people usually do not realize that it often takes greater strength of character and heroic self-discipline to refrain from changing feet every time one opens one's mouth.
    Ex. Then a few weeks ago, we noted that he had shockingly changed his tune, right about the time that the market was hitting new highs.
    * * *
    (v.) = change + Posesivo + mind, change + feet, change + Posesivo + tune

    Ex: The latter reasons may be further subdivided into those operations in which we expect that we shall have reasonable provocation to change our minds.

    Ex: These people usually do not realize that it often takes greater strength of character and heroic self-discipline to refrain from changing feet every time one opens one's mouth.
    Ex: Then a few weeks ago, we noted that he had shockingly changed his tune, right about the time that the market was hitting new highs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar de opinión

  • 12 dar la opinión sobre

    (v.) = give + opinion on
    Ex. This article gives some opinions on 3 main areas for reform in the library and information service of research institutes.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + opinion on

    Ex: This article gives some opinions on 3 main areas for reform in the library and information service of research institutes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar la opinión sobre

  • 13 dar una opinión

    (v.) = offer + opinion
    Ex. The author offers the opinion that this trend goes against accepted wisdom in the industry.
    * * *
    (v.) = offer + opinion

    Ex: The author offers the opinion that this trend goes against accepted wisdom in the industry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar una opinión

  • 14 de acuerdo con + Posesivo + opinión

    = in + Posesivo + view, in + Posesivo + opinion
    Ex. In her view, it is high time for the plays by this versatile and prolific dramatist to begin elbowing their way into the American repertoire.
    Ex. In my opinion this approach is incorrect, and the use of computers to perpetuate outdated systems is a perversion of technology.
    * * *
    = in + Posesivo + view, in + Posesivo + opinion

    Ex: In her view, it is high time for the plays by this versatile and prolific dramatist to begin elbowing their way into the American repertoire.

    Ex: In my opinion this approach is incorrect, and the use of computers to perpetuate outdated systems is a perversion of technology.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de acuerdo con + Posesivo + opinión

  • 15 diferencia de opinión (sobre)

    Ex. Continuing differences of opinion on such matters as the Community budget and the Common Agricultural Policy have stimulated the interest of academics and produced a market for their publications.

    Spanish-English dictionary > diferencia de opinión (sobre)

  • 16 diferencias de opinión

    Ex. The chief similarity between them is seen to be their moral significance as repositories of books on all subjects and shades of opinion which have been banned or censored.
    * * *

    Ex: The chief similarity between them is seen to be their moral significance as repositories of books on all subjects and shades of opinion which have been banned or censored.

    Spanish-English dictionary > diferencias de opinión

  • 17 divergencia de opinión

    Ex. There are divergences of opinion within the library profession about the proper division of labour between professional and clerical staff.
    * * *

    Ex: There are divergences of opinion within the library profession about the proper division of labour between professional and clerical staff.

    Spanish-English dictionary > divergencia de opinión

  • 18 empresa dedicada a los sondeos de opinión

    (n.) = polling firm, polling agency
    Ex. This is a full-text collection of public opinion surveys that have been conducted by major US polling firms since the 1940s.
    Ex. The state premier polling agency has provided access to New Jersey public opinion data via the web.
    * * *
    (n.) = polling firm, polling agency

    Ex: This is a full-text collection of public opinion surveys that have been conducted by major US polling firms since the 1940s.

    Ex: The state premier polling agency has provided access to New Jersey public opinion data via the web.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empresa dedicada a los sondeos de opinión

  • 19 en la opinión de

    Ex. These bureaucratic organisations contribute to a social malaise, symptomatic, in the opinion of many workers, of a general social crisis which will accelerate in the decades ahead.
    * * *

    Ex: These bureaucratic organisations contribute to a social malaise, symptomatic, in the opinion of many workers, of a general social crisis which will accelerate in the decades ahead.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la opinión de

  • 20 en mi opinión

    = to my mind, in my opinion, to the best of my knowledge, in my view, to my knowledge, in my books
    Ex. Armstrong Sperry's 'Call It Courage' is now some years old but still to my mind an attractive and alive book.
    Ex. This attack is directed against a particular heresy; one which is widespread, but it is in my opinion none the less damnable.
    Ex. For another thing, to the best of my knowledge IQ tests do not differentiate between different kinds of giftedness.
    Ex. The problem can only be solved by analogy; in my view, the regulations on communication to the public should be applied mutatis mutandis.
    Ex. No public library user has benefited much, to my knowledge, from information expressing centimeter sizes for spines.
    Ex. In my books they did the right thing by bringing the problem up as early as they could, the failing was FIA's inability to act on this early enough to do something constructive about it.
    * * *
    = to my mind, in my opinion, to the best of my knowledge, in my view, to my knowledge, in my books

    Ex: Armstrong Sperry's 'Call It Courage' is now some years old but still to my mind an attractive and alive book.

    Ex: This attack is directed against a particular heresy; one which is widespread, but it is in my opinion none the less damnable.
    Ex: For another thing, to the best of my knowledge IQ tests do not differentiate between different kinds of giftedness.
    Ex: The problem can only be solved by analogy; in my view, the regulations on communication to the public should be applied mutatis mutandis.
    Ex: No public library user has benefited much, to my knowledge, from information expressing centimeter sizes for spines.
    Ex: In my books they did the right thing by bringing the problem up as early as they could, the failing was FIA's inability to act on this early enough to do something constructive about it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en mi opinión

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