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  • 701 precio calculado según el tiempo empleado

    Ex. On-line gives the user frequent updates, but at the cost of time based charges and, in the case of direct access to CELEX, a complex command language = La conexión en línea permite las actualizaciones frecuentes, aunque a costa de precios calculados según el tiempo empleado y, en el caso del acceso directo a CELEX, un lenguaje de comandos complejo.
    * * *

    Ex: On-line gives the user frequent updates, but at the cost of time based charges and, in the case of direct access to CELEX, a complex command language = La conexión en línea permite las actualizaciones frecuentes, aunque a costa de precios calculados según el tiempo empleado y, en el caso del acceso directo a CELEX, un lenguaje de comandos complejo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > precio calculado según el tiempo empleado

  • 702 preparar el terreno

    figurado to pave the way, prepare the ground
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    (v.) = pave + the way (for/towards/to), set + the scene, clear + the path, smooth + the way, set + the stage, pave + the path (for/towards/to), pave + the path (for/towards/to), lay + the groundwork for, pave + the road (for/towards/to), clear + the way
    Ex. In the face of present priorities and staff commitments, the Library feels that it cannot undertake a comprehensive study of the subject heading system that would pave the way for a major restructuring of the system.
    Ex. Before we look at how libraries in Great Britain have responded to community information, first it is important to set the scene by examining in more detail some of these other information and advice services.
    Ex. All of this was intended to clear for the reader his/her path in the catalog, to obviate anything that might distract his/her attention or otherwise retard his/her progress, and to facilitate in every way possible his/her search in the catalog.
    Ex. Continued communication regarding procedures and results smooths the way for long-term understanding and willingness to participate = La comunicación permanente con respecto a procedimientos y resultados facilita el entendimiento a largo plazo y el deseo de participar.
    Ex. Microcomputers or telecomputers (the successor to the television) set the stage for an interactive environment that can banish the 'master-slave' architecture of television and its progeny, the culture of passivity.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The long and winding road: the FCC paves the path with good intentions'.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The long and winding road: the FCC paves the path with good intentions'.
    Ex. But if the groundwork for these accomplisments can be laid with patient, constructive efforts, that contribution is more important than presiding over the final act.
    Ex. Together, these technologies pave the road for the introduction of interactive television to fully exploit the benefits of the conversion to digital.
    Ex. Last night's decision by the Supreme Court has cleared the way for the government-backed transaction to take place immediately.
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    (v.) = pave + the way (for/towards/to), set + the scene, clear + the path, smooth + the way, set + the stage, pave + the path (for/towards/to), pave + the path (for/towards/to), lay + the groundwork for, pave + the road (for/towards/to), clear + the way

    Ex: In the face of present priorities and staff commitments, the Library feels that it cannot undertake a comprehensive study of the subject heading system that would pave the way for a major restructuring of the system.

    Ex: Before we look at how libraries in Great Britain have responded to community information, first it is important to set the scene by examining in more detail some of these other information and advice services.
    Ex: All of this was intended to clear for the reader his/her path in the catalog, to obviate anything that might distract his/her attention or otherwise retard his/her progress, and to facilitate in every way possible his/her search in the catalog.
    Ex: Continued communication regarding procedures and results smooths the way for long-term understanding and willingness to participate = La comunicación permanente con respecto a procedimientos y resultados facilita el entendimiento a largo plazo y el deseo de participar.
    Ex: Microcomputers or telecomputers (the successor to the television) set the stage for an interactive environment that can banish the 'master-slave' architecture of television and its progeny, the culture of passivity.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The long and winding road: the FCC paves the path with good intentions'.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The long and winding road: the FCC paves the path with good intentions'.
    Ex: But if the groundwork for these accomplisments can be laid with patient, constructive efforts, that contribution is more important than presiding over the final act.
    Ex: Together, these technologies pave the road for the introduction of interactive television to fully exploit the benefits of the conversion to digital.
    Ex: Last night's decision by the Supreme Court has cleared the way for the government-backed transaction to take place immediately.

    Spanish-English dictionary > preparar el terreno

  • 703 pérdida de tiempo

    = time wasting, wild goose chase, waste of time, time-consuming [time consuming], fool's errand
    Ex. The person seeking information needs to have all the necessary documentation before setting out, otherwise it could result in considerable expense and much time wasting.
    Ex. The article 'The Wild Goose Chase' is a review essay on Umberto Eco's book, The Search for the Perfect Language, tracing the evolution of the search for a perfect universal language from biblical times through the present.
    Ex. Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a ' waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una " pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".
    Ex. International consultation is bulky and time-consuming, and this makes revision a slow process.
    Ex. I'd like to explain that treating online poker as though it is a science based on mathematic principles is a fool's errand for most of us.
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    = time wasting, wild goose chase, waste of time, time-consuming [time consuming], fool's errand

    Ex: The person seeking information needs to have all the necessary documentation before setting out, otherwise it could result in considerable expense and much time wasting.

    Ex: The article 'The Wild Goose Chase' is a review essay on Umberto Eco's book, The Search for the Perfect Language, tracing the evolution of the search for a perfect universal language from biblical times through the present.
    Ex: Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a ' waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una " pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".
    Ex: International consultation is bulky and time-consuming, and this makes revision a slow process.
    Ex: I'd like to explain that treating online poker as though it is a science based on mathematic principles is a fool's errand for most of us.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pérdida de tiempo

  • 704 quedar mucho por conocer

    (n.) = there + be + a great deal yet to be learned, there + be + still a great deal to be learned
    Ex. There is a great deal yet to be learned about electronic mail reference service = Queda mucho por conocer sobre el servicio de referencia por correo electrónico.
    Ex. There is still a great deal to be learned about information, its use by people and the way people interact with machines before information technology can realize its full potential.
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    (n.) = there + be + a great deal yet to be learned, there + be + still a great deal to be learned

    Ex: There is a great deal yet to be learned about electronic mail reference service = Queda mucho por conocer sobre el servicio de referencia por correo electrónico.

    Ex: There is still a great deal to be learned about information, its use by people and the way people interact with machines before information technology can realize its full potential.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quedar mucho por conocer

  • 705 quedar mucho por saber

    (n.) = there + be + a great deal yet to be learned, there + be + still a great deal to be learned
    Ex. There is a great deal yet to be learned about electronic mail reference service = Queda mucho por conocer sobre el servicio de referencia por correo electrónico.
    Ex. There is still a great deal to be learned about information, its use by people and the way people interact with machines before information technology can realize its full potential.
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    (n.) = there + be + a great deal yet to be learned, there + be + still a great deal to be learned

    Ex: There is a great deal yet to be learned about electronic mail reference service = Queda mucho por conocer sobre el servicio de referencia por correo electrónico.

    Ex: There is still a great deal to be learned about information, its use by people and the way people interact with machines before information technology can realize its full potential.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quedar mucho por saber

  • 706 quien mucho abarca poco aprieta

    Jack of all trades, master of none
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    = bite off more than + Pronombre + can chew
    Ex. We should do our part, but we shouldn't bite off more than we can chew.
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    = bite off more than + Pronombre + can chew

    Ex: We should do our part, but we shouldn't bite off more than we can chew.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quien mucho abarca poco aprieta

  • 707 ser una pérdida de tiempo

    to be a waste of time
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    (v.) = be idle, beat + a dead horse, flog + a dead horse, fart + in the wind
    Ex. It would be idle to pretend that there have been no changes in the past twenty years.
    Ex. Despite all the written and spoken words, and the charge that to even raise the issue now is to beat a dead horse, there are, regrettably, a host of continuing problems in the area of fairness of headings.
    Ex. When Harries refuted the view that Africans were 'helpless cogs in the wheels of capitalist industrialization,' he was flogging a dead horse.
    Ex. Loving people is like farting in the wind; you don't actually accomplish anything, but you feel better.
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    (v.) = be idle, beat + a dead horse, flog + a dead horse, fart + in the wind

    Ex: It would be idle to pretend that there have been no changes in the past twenty years.

    Ex: Despite all the written and spoken words, and the charge that to even raise the issue now is to beat a dead horse, there are, regrettably, a host of continuing problems in the area of fairness of headings.
    Ex: When Harries refuted the view that Africans were 'helpless cogs in the wheels of capitalist industrialization,' he was flogging a dead horse.
    Ex: Loving people is like farting in the wind; you don't actually accomplish anything, but you feel better.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser una pérdida de tiempo

  • 708 si el tiempo lo permite

    weather permitting
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    Ex. The daily star watch will begin with a planetarium show (held rain or shine) to be followed ( weather permitting) by viewing with a telescope.
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    Ex: The daily star watch will begin with a planetarium show (held rain or shine) to be followed ( weather permitting) by viewing with a telescope.

    Spanish-English dictionary > si el tiempo lo permite

  • 709 tarifa calculada según el tiempo empleado

    Ex. On-line gives the user frequent updates, but at the cost of time based charges and, in the case of direct access to CELEX, a complex command language = La conexión en línea permite las actualizaciones frecuentes, aunque a costa de precios calculados según el tiempo empleado y, en el caso del acceso directo a CELEX, un lenguaje de comandos complejo.
    * * *

    Ex: On-line gives the user frequent updates, but at the cost of time based charges and, in the case of direct access to CELEX, a complex command language = La conexión en línea permite las actualizaciones frecuentes, aunque a costa de precios calculados según el tiempo empleado y, en el caso del acceso directo a CELEX, un lenguaje de comandos complejo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tarifa calculada según el tiempo empleado

  • 710 tarifa calculada según el tiempo utilizado

    = time-based tariff, connect time based pricing
    Ex. This paper describes an experiment with a 2-part (time- and volume-based) tariff structure which is felt to have advantages over present time-based tariffs for searching within on-line information retrieval systems.
    Ex. A shift away from connect time based pricing to fixed rate pricing is inevitable = Es inevitable el abandono de las tarifas calculadas según el tiempo de conexión y se adopten las tarfijas planas.
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    = time-based tariff, connect time based pricing

    Ex: This paper describes an experiment with a 2-part (time- and volume-based) tariff structure which is felt to have advantages over present time-based tariffs for searching within on-line information retrieval systems.

    Ex: A shift away from connect time based pricing to fixed rate pricing is inevitable = Es inevitable el abandono de las tarifas calculadas según el tiempo de conexión y se adopten las tarfijas planas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tarifa calculada según el tiempo utilizado

  • 711 tarta

    f.
    cake (pastel).
    tarta de cumpleaños birthday cake
    tarta de manzana apple tart
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    1 flan, tart, pie
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=pastel) cake; [con base de hojaldre] tart
    2) (=gráfico) pie chart
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    femenino (Esp) cake
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    = cake, tart.
    Ex. Music from 1907 was played and a cake was shared with the public.
    Ex. They make and sell specialty pans for cheesecakes, bundts, quiches and tarts.
    ----
    * gráfica de tarta = pie chart.
    * gráfico de tarta = pie chart.
    * tarta de chocolate = chocolate cake.
    * tarta de fruta = shortcake.
    * tarta de manzana = apple pie.
    * tarta de queso = cheesecake.
    * * *
    femenino (Esp) cake
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    = cake, tart.

    Ex: Music from 1907 was played and a cake was shared with the public.

    Ex: They make and sell specialty pans for cheesecakes, bundts, quiches and tarts.
    * gráfica de tarta = pie chart.
    * gráfico de tarta = pie chart.
    * tarta de chocolate = chocolate cake.
    * tarta de fruta = shortcake.
    * tarta de manzana = apple pie.
    * tarta de queso = cheesecake.

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    ( Esp)
    cake
    Compuestos:
    birthday cake
    treacle tart
    cheesecake
    wedding cake
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    tarta sustantivo femenino (Esp) cake;
    ( de hojaldredescubierta) tart;
    (— cubierta) pie
    tarta sustantivo femenino tart
    (pastel) cake
    tarta de cumpleaños, birthday cake
    ' tarta' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    compartir
    - entera
    - entero
    - gráfica
    - gráfico
    - migaja
    - rellena
    - rellenar
    - relleno
    - repartir
    - tibia
    - tibio
    - empalagoso
    - moca
    - pala
    - partir
    English:
    blow out
    - cake
    - cheesecake
    - custard pie
    - delicious
    - flan
    - gateau
    - pie
    - roll out
    - tart
    - cheese
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    tarta nf
    1. [de bizcocho] cake
    tarta de cumpleaños birthday cake;
    tarta helada ice cream gâteau;
    tarta nupcial wedding cake;
    tarta de queso cheesecake;
    tarta al whisky = ice cream gâteau with whisky
    2. [con base de pasta dura] tart
    tarta de manzana apple tart;
    tarta de puerros leek tart;
    tarta de queso [salada] quiche
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    f cake; plana tart
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    tarta nf
    1) : tart
    2) : cake
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    1. (pastel) cake
    2. (con base de masa, hojaldre) tart / pie

    Spanish-English dictionary > tarta

  • 712 tener + Número + Período de Tiempo

    (v.) = be + Período de Tiempo + old
    Ex. Subscription orders must be at least two years old before they can be deleted.
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    (v.) = be + Período de Tiempo + old

    Ex: Subscription orders must be at least two years old before they can be deleted.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener + Número + Período de Tiempo

  • 713 tiempo agotado

    m.
    time-out, timeout.
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    Ex. Login is not possible due to session time out = La conexión no es posible debido a que se ha agotado el tiempo de la sesión.
    * * *

    Ex: Login is not possible due to session time out = La conexión no es posible debido a que se ha agotado el tiempo de la sesión.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tiempo agotado

  • 714 tiempo de carga

    (n.) = loading time
    Ex. She believes restrictions imposed by library management, such as logo requirements and a limit on loading time, curtail the creativity of teenagers = Piensa que las restricciones impuestas por la dirección, como por ejemplo que aparezca el lototipo de la biblioteca y la limitación del tiempo de carga de las páginas, coharta la creatividad de los adolescentes.
    * * *

    Ex: She believes restrictions imposed by library management, such as logo requirements and a limit on loading time, curtail the creativity of teenagers = Piensa que las restricciones impuestas por la dirección, como por ejemplo que aparezca el lototipo de la biblioteca y la limitación del tiempo de carga de las páginas, coharta la creatividad de los adolescentes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tiempo de carga

  • 715 tiempo libre

    m.
    spare time, time off, leisure, free time.
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    free time
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    spare time, free time
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    (n.) = leisure, leisure time, free time, idle hours, spare time
    Ex. We are too prone to be dummy people by day, and thinking, articulate individuals only in the safety of home and leisure.
    Ex. However, from the sixties, competition for the railway worker's leisure time from public libraries, service clubs and the humble television meant that many branch libraries fell into disuse.
    Ex. On the other hand, a prolonged sequence of interviews can be equally stressful, and 'free time' should be interspersed with the successive appointments.
    Ex. A little later in the same document, in a passage dealing in a rather smug way with the then infant county libraries we read that the purpose of such libraries should be to relieve the tedium of idle hours quite irrespective of intellectual profit or educational gain.
    Ex. This paper considers the lawsuit brought against a police officer in the Kent Constabulary, UK, who worked in his spare time for a debt collection agency and used the Police National Computer to retrieve information concerning the owner of a motor vehicle.
    * * *
    spare time, free time
    * * *
    (n.) = leisure, leisure time, free time, idle hours, spare time

    Ex: We are too prone to be dummy people by day, and thinking, articulate individuals only in the safety of home and leisure.

    Ex: However, from the sixties, competition for the railway worker's leisure time from public libraries, service clubs and the humble television meant that many branch libraries fell into disuse.
    Ex: On the other hand, a prolonged sequence of interviews can be equally stressful, and 'free time' should be interspersed with the successive appointments.
    Ex: A little later in the same document, in a passage dealing in a rather smug way with the then infant county libraries we read that the purpose of such libraries should be to relieve the tedium of idle hours quite irrespective of intellectual profit or educational gain.
    Ex: This paper considers the lawsuit brought against a police officer in the Kent Constabulary, UK, who worked in his spare time for a debt collection agency and used the Police National Computer to retrieve information concerning the owner of a motor vehicle.

    * * *
    spare time, free time

    Spanish-English dictionary > tiempo libre

  • 716 tiempo muerto

    m.
    dead time, downtime, idle time, time-out.
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    = downtime, time out
    Ex. A log in which equipment ' downtime' is noted will provide documentation useful for the justification of replacements or the arrangement of suitable maintenance schedules.
    Ex. Login is not possible due to session time out = La conexión no es posible debido a que se ha agotado el tiempo de la sesión.
    * * *
    * * *
    = downtime, time out

    Ex: A log in which equipment ' downtime' is noted will provide documentation useful for the justification of replacements or the arrangement of suitable maintenance schedules.

    Ex: Login is not possible due to session time out = La conexión no es posible debido a que se ha agotado el tiempo de la sesión.

    * * *
    DEP time-out

    Spanish-English dictionary > tiempo muerto

  • 717 tomar tiempo

    v.
    1 to take time, to consume time.
    Toma tiempo It takes time.
    2 to take time to, to take years to.
    Toma tiempo hacerla cambiar It takes time to make her change.
    3 to take time to.
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    (v.) = take + time, take + long
    Ex. The drawbacks of this form are its limited flexibility, and the time taken in maintenance.
    Ex. A longer abstract can help in the finer points of selection, but will take longer to write and also longer to scan.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + time, take + long

    Ex: The drawbacks of this form are its limited flexibility, and the time taken in maintenance.

    Ex: A longer abstract can help in the finer points of selection, but will take longer to write and also longer to scan.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tomar tiempo

  • 718 tomarse + Tiempo + de excedencia

    (v.) = take + Tiempo + off from work, take + Tiempo + off
    Ex. This article recounts the experience of a director of public libraries in the USA who took a year off from work.
    Ex. The author offers suggestions for taking a year off through library job exchanges and study programmes in foreign countries.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + Tiempo + off from work, take + Tiempo + off

    Ex: This article recounts the experience of a director of public libraries in the USA who took a year off from work.

    Ex: The author offers suggestions for taking a year off through library job exchanges and study programmes in foreign countries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tomarse + Tiempo + de excedencia

  • 719 trabajador a tiempo parcial

    (n.) = part-timer
    Ex. France has the same problem which the US and other places do: student aides and part-timers and other non-professionals increasingly perform many library functions, including 'answering the fones...'.
    * * *
    (n.) = part-timer

    Ex: France has the same problem which the US and other places do: student aides and part-timers and other non-professionals increasingly perform many library functions, including 'answering the fones...'.

    * * *
    part-time worker, part-timer

    Spanish-English dictionary > trabajador a tiempo parcial

  • 720 trabajo a tiempo parcial

    (n.) = part-time work, part-time employment, part-time job
    Ex. Non-traditional career patterns include part-time work; job share, flexitime, freelance and services by consultants and information brokers.
    Ex. Job sharing, as a form of permanent part-time employment was also included in the study.
    Ex. A `typical' reader could well be a young wife, say in her early thirties, with two young children and perhaps a part-time job in an office, but this is an example only, there is no stereotype.
    * * *
    (n.) = part-time work, part-time employment, part-time job

    Ex: Non-traditional career patterns include part-time work; job share, flexitime, freelance and services by consultants and information brokers.

    Ex: Job sharing, as a form of permanent part-time employment was also included in the study.
    Ex: A `typical' reader could well be a young wife, say in her early thirties, with two young children and perhaps a part-time job in an office, but this is an example only, there is no stereotype.

    * * *
    part-time work;

    Spanish-English dictionary > trabajo a tiempo parcial

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