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  • 441 para toda la empresa

    (adj.) = company-wide, enterprise-wide
    Ex. This is the approach used to design a new online company-wide information system to describe business procedures and processes.
    Ex. The author considers the issue of enterprise-wide agreements in which companies, universities, or library systems buy or license electronic content for their entire organization.
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    (adj.) = company-wide, enterprise-wide

    Ex: This is the approach used to design a new online company-wide information system to describe business procedures and processes.

    Ex: The author considers the issue of enterprise-wide agreements in which companies, universities, or library systems buy or license electronic content for their entire organization.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para toda la empresa

  • 442 para toda la industria

    (adj.) = industry-wide
    Ex. The project set as its primary goal the development of an industry-wide standard for the preparation of electronic manuscripts.
    * * *
    (adj.) = industry-wide

    Ex: The project set as its primary goal the development of an industry-wide standard for the preparation of electronic manuscripts.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para toda la industria

  • 443 para toda la universidad

    (adj.) = university-wide
    Ex. As part of a university-wide programme of total quality improvement, the library conducts ongoing assessment activities.
    * * *

    Ex: As part of a university-wide programme of total quality improvement, the library conducts ongoing assessment activities.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para toda la universidad

  • 444 para toda la vida

    = lifelong [life-long], for life
    Ex. That is, his pupils might very well have been enjoying themselves, but he was not necessarily educating them into lifelong literary readers.
    Ex. Some children find themselves put off books for life.
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    = lifelong [life-long], for life

    Ex: That is, his pupils might very well have been enjoying themselves, but he was not necessarily educating them into lifelong literary readers.

    Ex: Some children find themselves put off books for life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > para toda la vida

  • 445 pasado accidentado

    (n.) = chequered history, chequered past
    Ex. The concept of corporate authorship has had a more chequered history.
    Ex. As a result of this chequered past telepathy is now largely discredited and regarded by many in science as mere pseudoscience.
    * * *
    (n.) = chequered history, chequered past

    Ex: The concept of corporate authorship has had a more chequered history.

    Ex: As a result of this chequered past telepathy is now largely discredited and regarded by many in science as mere pseudoscience.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado accidentado

  • 446 pasado actual, el

    (n.) = living past, the
    Ex. He is famous for his works of lyrical beauty and ethical depth, which exalt everyday miracles and the living past.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado actual, el

  • 447 pasado delictivo

    Ex. This reality show explores the long-time friendship between two women, one of whom has had a mysterious criminal past which returns to haunt her.
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    Ex: This reality show explores the long-time friendship between two women, one of whom has had a mysterious criminal past which returns to haunt her.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado delictivo

  • 448 pasado el mejor momento de Alguien

    = past + Posesivo + prime
    Ex. The trustee was generally male, 'past his prime', white, Protestant, well educated, wealthy, a member of the social elite, and usually a member of a profession or a business executive.
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    = past + Posesivo + prime

    Ex: The trustee was generally male, 'past his prime', white, Protestant, well educated, wealthy, a member of the social elite, and usually a member of a profession or a business executive.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado el mejor momento de Alguien

  • 449 pasado ficticio

    Ex. Besotted with an imaginary past that never was, the Department of National Heritage has proved unable to provide the national lead that was expected.
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    Ex: Besotted with an imaginary past that never was, the Department of National Heritage has proved unable to provide the national lead that was expected.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado ficticio

  • 450 pasado imaginario

    Ex. Besotted with an imaginary past that never was, the Department of National Heritage has proved unable to provide the national lead that was expected.
    * * *

    Ex: Besotted with an imaginary past that never was, the Department of National Heritage has proved unable to provide the national lead that was expected.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado imaginario

  • 451 pasado irregular

    (n.) = chequered history, chequered past
    Ex. The concept of corporate authorship has had a more chequered history.
    Ex. As a result of this chequered past telepathy is now largely discredited and regarded by many in science as mere pseudoscience.
    * * *
    (n.) = chequered history, chequered past

    Ex: The concept of corporate authorship has had a more chequered history.

    Ex: As a result of this chequered past telepathy is now largely discredited and regarded by many in science as mere pseudoscience.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado irregular

  • 452 pasado lejano, el

    = distant past, the
    Ex. How should restitution be made across generations for grievous harms suffered in the distant past?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado lejano, el

  • 453 pasado reciente, el

    = recent past, the
    Ex. The recent past has been the golden age of vast expenditure on library buildings and resources.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado reciente, el

  • 454 pasado turbulento

    (n.) = chequered history, chequered past
    Ex. The concept of corporate authorship has had a more chequered history.
    Ex. As a result of this chequered past telepathy is now largely discredited and regarded by many in science as mere pseudoscience.
    * * *
    (n.) = chequered history, chequered past

    Ex: The concept of corporate authorship has had a more chequered history.

    Ex: As a result of this chequered past telepathy is now largely discredited and regarded by many in science as mere pseudoscience.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado turbulento

  • 455 pasado un punto

    = beyond a certain point, beyond a point
    Ex. A self-renewing library is a library of limited size in which beyond a certain point materials should be reduced at a rate related to the rate of acquisition.
    Ex. Doing projects has its drawbacks and its limitations, beyond a point.
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    = beyond a certain point, beyond a point

    Ex: A self-renewing library is a library of limited size in which beyond a certain point materials should be reduced at a rate related to the rate of acquisition.

    Ex: Doing projects has its drawbacks and its limitations, beyond a point.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado un punto

  • 456 pasado, el

    (n.) = past, the, yesteryear
    Ex. While the reading habits of the elite form the leading edge of intellectual thought, the vast majority of humanity have had, in the past as well as the present, different habits and aims.
    Ex. Ferreting out amazing treasures from yesteryear, antique dealers buy, sell or trade in a wide range of collectables.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasado, el

  • 457 pasar a toda velocidad

    (v.) = whiz
    Ex. Scientist say that the mystery object from space that whizzed close by Earth yesterday was quite possibly an alien probe sent from another planet to study Earth.
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    (v.) = whiz

    Ex: Scientist say that the mystery object from space that whizzed close by Earth yesterday was quite possibly an alien probe sent from another planet to study Earth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasar a toda velocidad

  • 458 pasar la noche

    (v.) = spend + the night, stay overnight
    Ex. Dinner will be served in the boma at the Lodge, where you will again spend the night.
    Ex. This is a guide to haunted places you can visit or stay overnight in.
    * * *
    (v.) = spend + the night, stay overnight

    Ex: Dinner will be served in the boma at the Lodge, where you will again spend the night.

    Ex: This is a guide to haunted places you can visit or stay overnight in.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasar la noche

  • 459 pensar en el pasado

    (v.) = look back
    Ex. In the long run, electronic uinformation technology will very likely have important effects, but many of the changes will be so gradual as to be unnoticeable to those experiencing them until they look back.
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    (v.) = look back

    Ex: In the long run, electronic uinformation technology will very likely have important effects, but many of the changes will be so gradual as to be unnoticeable to those experiencing them until they look back.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pensar en el pasado

  • 460 perder (toda/la) esperanza

    (v.) = abandon + (all) hope
    Ex. He described cynicism as abandoning all hope that social change and progress is possible.
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    (v.) = abandon + (all) hope

    Ex: He described cynicism as abandoning all hope that social change and progress is possible.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perder (toda/la) esperanza

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