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  • 881 ausentarse

    pron.v.
    1 to go away.
    2 to absent oneself, to be absent, to be away, to fail to assist.
    Falta María Mary is absent.
    * * *
    1 (faltar) to be absent
    2 (irse) to leave
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VPR (=marcharse) to absent o.s. (de from)
    (=no acudir) to stay away (de from)
    * * *
    verbo pronominal (frml) to go away
    * * *
    Ex. Consideration of information issues was absent from most courses studied.
    * * *
    verbo pronominal (frml) to go away
    * * *

    Ex: Consideration of information issues was absent from most courses studied.

    * * *
    ausentarse [A1 ]
    ( frml); to go away
    se ausentó un mes de su domicilio he was away from home o he went away for a month
    pidió permiso para ausentarse un momento he asked to leave the room ( o class etc)
    con niños chicos uno no puede ausentarse ni un minuto if you have small children you can't leave them for a moment
    * * *

    ausentarse ( conjugate ausentarse) verbo pronominal (frml) to go away;
    pidió permiso para ausentarse un momento he asked to leave the room (o class etc)

    ausentarse verbo reflexivo to leave

    ' ausentarse' also found in these entries:
    English:
    absent
    - day
    * * *
    to go away;
    se ausentará durante el fin de semana she will be away for the weekend;
    se ausentó de su país durante varios años he lived abroad for several years;
    el trabajo lo obliga a ausentarse de su familia his work means he has to spend a lot of time away from his family
    * * *
    v/r leave, go away
    * * *
    1) : to leave, to go away
    2)
    ausentarse de : to stay away from
    * * *
    1. (no ir) to be off
    2. (estar fuera) to be away

    Spanish-English dictionary > ausentarse

  • 882 auspiciar

    v.
    1 to back.
    2 to patronize, to forward, to foster, to further.
    María le dio alas al amor Mary fostered the love.
    * * *
    1 (proteger) to protect
    2 (augurar) to augur
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=patrocinar) to back, sponsor
    2) LAm (=desear éxito a) to wish good luck to
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( patrocinar) <exposición/función> to back, sponsor
    b) (propiciar, facilitar) to foster, promote
    * * *
    = predict, sponsor, forecast.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado y participio forecast.
    Ex. Further, it is necessary to predict in avance the areas in which new subjects are likely to arise and to leave gaps accordingly; this forecasting is obviously difficult.
    Ex. Since 1980 it has offered access to data bases and data banks either wholly or partially sponsored by the Commission of the European Communities.
    Ex. It is little wonder that all players in the serials information chain -- publishers, subscriptions agents and librarians alike -- are taking a long hard look at what they are doing and attempting to forecast what the future might hold for them.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( patrocinar) <exposición/función> to back, sponsor
    b) (propiciar, facilitar) to foster, promote
    * * *
    = predict, sponsor, forecast.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado y participio forecast.

    Ex: Further, it is necessary to predict in avance the areas in which new subjects are likely to arise and to leave gaps accordingly; this forecasting is obviously difficult.

    Ex: Since 1980 it has offered access to data bases and data banks either wholly or partially sponsored by the Commission of the European Communities.
    Ex: It is little wonder that all players in the serials information chain -- publishers, subscriptions agents and librarians alike -- are taking a long hard look at what they are doing and attempting to forecast what the future might hold for them.

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    auspiciar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 (patrocinar) ‹programa/exposición/función› to back, sponsor
    2 (propiciar, facilitar) to foster, promote, create a favorable atmosphere for
    la patronal auspició el diálogo con los trabajadores the management fostered dialogue with the workers
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    auspiciar ( conjugate auspiciar) verbo transitivo
    a) ( patrocinar) ‹exposición/función to back, sponsor

    b) (propiciar, facilitar) to foster, promote

    auspiciar verbo transitivo
    1 (promover) to promote: esos hábitos auspician la aparición de epidemias, those habits create a ripe atmosphere for epidemics
    2 (predecir): nos auspició un futuro lleno de felicidad, he foresaw for us a future full of happiness
    * * *
    1. [apoyar, favorecer] to back, to support;
    una campaña auspiciada por las autoridades a campaign backed o supported by the authorities;
    una fundación auspiciada por la patronal italiana a foundation sponsored by Italian employers;
    un grupo que auspicia una política de tolerancia a group that advocates a policy of tolerance
    2. [pronosticar] to predict;
    auspiciar el futuro to predict the future
    * * *
    v/t sponsor
    * * *
    1) patrocinar: to sponsor
    2) fomentar: to foster, to promote

    Spanish-English dictionary > auspiciar

  • 883 australiano

    adj.
    Australian, Aussie, Austral.
    m.
    1 Australian, Australian person, Aussie, Bruce.
    2 Australian, Austral, Australian language.
    * * *
    1 Australian
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (persona) Australian
    * * *
    (f. - australiana)
    noun adj.
    * * *
    australiano, -a
    ADJ SM / F Australian
    * * *
    - na adjetivo/masculino, femenino Australian
    * * *
    = Australian, Aussie, Oz.
    Ex. Australian libraries often charge for on-line services on a cost-recovery basis.
    Ex. I have nothing against Aussies but I do have something against parasites who steal off someone else's ideas.
    Ex. Unfortunately the Oz government is hell bent on turning a pointless argument into an economic disaster.
    ----
    * Asociación Australiana de Bibliotecarios y Documentalistas (ALIA) = Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).
    * Asociación de Archiveros Australianos = Australian Society of Archivists.
    * PADI (Preservación de Información Digital Australiana) = PADI (Preservation of Australian Digital Information).
    * * *
    - na adjetivo/masculino, femenino Australian
    * * *
    = Australian, Aussie, Oz.

    Ex: Australian libraries often charge for on-line services on a cost-recovery basis.

    Ex: I have nothing against Aussies but I do have something against parasites who steal off someone else's ideas.
    Ex: Unfortunately the Oz government is hell bent on turning a pointless argument into an economic disaster.
    * Asociación Australiana de Bibliotecarios y Documentalistas (ALIA) = Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA).
    * Asociación de Archiveros Australianos = Australian Society of Archivists.
    * PADI (Preservación de Información Digital Australiana) = PADI (Preservation of Australian Digital Information).

    * * *
    adj/m,f
    Australian
    * * *

    australiano
    ◊ -na adjetivo/ sustantivo masculino, femenino

    Australian
    australiano,-a adjetivo & sustantivo masculino y femenino Australian

    ' australiano' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aborigen
    - australiana
    - periquito
    English:
    aborigine
    - Australian
    - Aborigine
    * * *
    australiano, -a
    adj
    Australian
    nm,f
    Australian
    * * *
    I adj Australian
    II m, australiana f Australian
    * * *
    australiano, -na adj & n
    : Australian
    * * *
    australiano adj n Australian

    Spanish-English dictionary > australiano

  • 884 autoaprendizaje

    m.
    self-directed learning.
    un libro de autoaprendizaje a teach-yourself book
    * * *

    programa de autoaprendizaje — self-study programme, self-study program (EEUU)

    * * *
    = self-education, self-teaching, self-training, self-learning.
    Ex. This article defines information literacy as that which prepares people for lifelong self-education in a global, electronic environment which extends beyond the library.
    Ex. It is necessary to improve facilities and services to promote the habit of self-teaching through books.
    Ex. Today self-training documentation for data base use is almost as important as the information itself.
    Ex. An ideal library should have schemes which promote self-learning among individuals through effective utilisation of the available library facilities.
    ----
    * autoaprendizaje durante toda la vida = lifelong learning.
    * autoaprendizaje permanente = lifelong learning.
    * * *
    = self-education, self-teaching, self-training, self-learning.

    Ex: This article defines information literacy as that which prepares people for lifelong self-education in a global, electronic environment which extends beyond the library.

    Ex: It is necessary to improve facilities and services to promote the habit of self-teaching through books.
    Ex: Today self-training documentation for data base use is almost as important as the information itself.
    Ex: An ideal library should have schemes which promote self-learning among individuals through effective utilisation of the available library facilities.
    * autoaprendizaje durante toda la vida = lifelong learning.
    * autoaprendizaje permanente = lifelong learning.

    * * *
    self-directed learning;
    un libro de autoaprendizaje a teach-yourself book

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoaprendizaje

  • 885 autoaprendizaje durante toda la vida

    Ex. With the trend towards ' lifelong learning' in Japan, user demands are increasing and users require easier access to information.
    * * *

    Ex: With the trend towards ' lifelong learning' in Japan, user demands are increasing and users require easier access to information.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoaprendizaje durante toda la vida

  • 886 autoaprendizaje permanente

    Ex. With the trend towards ' lifelong learning' in Japan, user demands are increasing and users require easier access to information.
    * * *

    Ex: With the trend towards ' lifelong learning' in Japan, user demands are increasing and users require easier access to information.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoaprendizaje permanente

  • 887 autobús de dos pisos

    Ex. In the United Kingdom an 'information double-decker bus' is used, complete with information material and manned by a team of staff from the main library.
    * * *

    Ex: In the United Kingdom an 'information double-decker bus' is used, complete with information material and manned by a team of staff from the main library.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autobús de dos pisos

  • 888 autocensura

    f.
    1 self-censorship.
    2 self-censonship.
    * * *
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    Ex. Whether it be through government legislation, the lobbying of pressure groups, or the self-censorship of librarians themselves, the library profession has long resisted efforts to restrict access to information.
    * * *

    Ex: Whether it be through government legislation, the lobbying of pressure groups, or the self-censorship of librarians themselves, the library profession has long resisted efforts to restrict access to information.

    * * *
    self-censorship
    * * *
    self-censorship

    Spanish-English dictionary > autocensura

  • 889 autoconcesionario

    Ex. Car dealers can locate vehicles more in line with a customer's requirements using information retrieval techniques.
    * * *

    Ex: Car dealers can locate vehicles more in line with a customer's requirements using information retrieval techniques.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoconcesionario

  • 890 autoconsciente

    adj.
    self-aware, self-conscious.
    f. & m.
    self-aware person.
    * * *
    Ex. Information science must become both theoretically self-conscious and self-consciously based on a social ideology.
    * * *

    Ex: Information science must become both theoretically self-conscious and self-consciously based on a social ideology.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoconsciente

  • 891 autodeterminación

    f.
    self-determination.
    * * *
    1 self-determination
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino self-determination
    * * *
    Ex. Information work demands interactive, dynamic, flexible information services which can contribute towards greater self-determination and self-reliance.
    * * *
    femenino self-determination
    * * *

    Ex: Information work demands interactive, dynamic, flexible information services which can contribute towards greater self-determination and self-reliance.

    * * *
    self-determination
    * * *

    autodeterminación sustantivo femenino
    self-determination
    autodeterminación sustantivo femenino self-determination
    ' autodeterminación' also found in these entries:
    English:
    self-determination
    - self
    * * *
    self-determination;
    el derecho a la autodeterminación the right to self-determination
    * * *
    f self-determination
    * * *
    : self-determination

    Spanish-English dictionary > autodeterminación

  • 892 autodidacta

    adj.&f.
    self-educated, autodidactic, autodidactical, self-instructed.
    adj.&f.
    1 self-taught.
    2 self-educated, autodidactic, autodidactical, self-instructed.
    f. & m.
    self-taught person.
    * * *
    1 self-taught person
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ [persona] self-taught; [formación, método] autodidactic frm
    2.
    SMF autodidact, self-taught person
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo < método> autodidactic; < persona> self-taught
    II
    masculino y femenino self-taught person, autodidact (frml)
    * * *
    = self-instructing, self-taught, self-directed, self-learning, self-trained, self-made, self-instructional, self-learner.
    Ex. In the absence of sufficient staff to mount a supervised programme of microcomputer instructions, the library used existing, inexpensive, menu-making software to develop menu-driven, self-instructing access to disc operating commands, applications programs, and data files.
    Ex. Comparative librarianship is, therefore, at least in part a self-taught subject.
    Ex. Libraries can play an important role in self-directed learning and in improving adult reading skills = Las bibliotecas pueden desempeñar un importante papel en el aprendizaje autodidacta y en la mejora de las habilidades lectoras de los adultos.
    Ex. So it is important to continue to examine the possibilities of designing self-learning information retrieval systems.
    Ex. This article reports the positive experiences of a self-trained knitwear designer who successfully underwent distance learning, the only route for training that was open to her.
    Ex. Good writers can be self-made, and taught, as well as born.
    Ex. In the academic world, students are likely to make much increased use of self-instructional materials of various kinds as student numbers expand without a parallel increase in total university resources.
    Ex. This portal is particularly geared to educators, students and self-learners in developing countries.
    ----
    * para la formación autodidacta = self-instructional.
    * programa autodidacta = tutorial, tutorial program(me).
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo < método> autodidactic; < persona> self-taught
    II
    masculino y femenino self-taught person, autodidact (frml)
    * * *
    = self-instructing, self-taught, self-directed, self-learning, self-trained, self-made, self-instructional, self-learner.

    Ex: In the absence of sufficient staff to mount a supervised programme of microcomputer instructions, the library used existing, inexpensive, menu-making software to develop menu-driven, self-instructing access to disc operating commands, applications programs, and data files.

    Ex: Comparative librarianship is, therefore, at least in part a self-taught subject.
    Ex: Libraries can play an important role in self-directed learning and in improving adult reading skills = Las bibliotecas pueden desempeñar un importante papel en el aprendizaje autodidacta y en la mejora de las habilidades lectoras de los adultos.
    Ex: So it is important to continue to examine the possibilities of designing self-learning information retrieval systems.
    Ex: This article reports the positive experiences of a self-trained knitwear designer who successfully underwent distance learning, the only route for training that was open to her.
    Ex: Good writers can be self-made, and taught, as well as born.
    Ex: In the academic world, students are likely to make much increased use of self-instructional materials of various kinds as student numbers expand without a parallel increase in total university resources.
    Ex: This portal is particularly geared to educators, students and self-learners in developing countries.
    * para la formación autodidacta = self-instructional.
    * programa autodidacta = tutorial, tutorial program(me).

    * * *
    ‹método› autodidactic; ‹persona› self-taught
    self-taught person, autodidact ( frml)
    * * *

    autodidacta sustantivo masculino y femenino
    self-taught person, autodidact (frml)
    autodidacto,-a adjetivo & sustantivo masculino y femenino self-taught
    ' autodidacta' also found in these entries:
    English:
    self-educated
    - self-taught
    - self
    * * *
    adj
    self-taught
    nmf
    self-taught person
    * * *
    I adj self-taught
    II m/f self-taught person
    * * *
    : self-taught

    Spanish-English dictionary > autodidacta

  • 893 autoevaluación

    f.
    self-assessment, self-evaluation.
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino self-assessment
    * * *
    = self-evaluation, self-study report, self-testing, self-appraisal, self-assessment.
    Ex. Lack of proper self-evaluation may explain both their callousness and their imprudence = La falta de una autoevaluación adecuada puede explicar su insensibilidad e imprudencia.
    Ex. She looked incredulously at the single photocopied page from the last self-study report.
    Ex. This system uses expert system architectural principles to generate an inexhaustible supply of accounting questions that can be used by students for self-study and self-testing.
    Ex. Reference group theory is based upon the principle that people take the standards of significant others as a basis for making self-appraisals, comparisons, and choices regarding need and use of information.
    Ex. The check-list is intended to be used for self-assessment for newly qualified librarians during the pre-registration period.
    * * *
    femenino self-assessment
    * * *
    = self-evaluation, self-study report, self-testing, self-appraisal, self-assessment.

    Ex: Lack of proper self-evaluation may explain both their callousness and their imprudence = La falta de una autoevaluación adecuada puede explicar su insensibilidad e imprudencia.

    Ex: She looked incredulously at the single photocopied page from the last self-study report.
    Ex: This system uses expert system architectural principles to generate an inexhaustible supply of accounting questions that can be used by students for self-study and self-testing.
    Ex: Reference group theory is based upon the principle that people take the standards of significant others as a basis for making self-appraisals, comparisons, and choices regarding need and use of information.
    Ex: The check-list is intended to be used for self-assessment for newly qualified librarians during the pre-registration period.

    * * *
    self-appraisal
    * * *
    self-assessment

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoevaluación

  • 894 autofinanciación

    f.
    self-financing, financing from reserves, internal financing.
    * * *
    1 self-financing
    * * *
    = self-funding [self funding].
    Nota: Nombre.
    Ex. Libraries are faced with the prospect of increasing information technology, extreme budget consciousness, and an increasing degree of self funding.
    * * *
    = self-funding [self funding].
    Nota: Nombre.

    Ex: Libraries are faced with the prospect of increasing information technology, extreme budget consciousness, and an increasing degree of self funding.

    * * *
    self-financing
    * * *
    self-financing
    * * *
    f self-financing

    Spanish-English dictionary > autofinanciación

  • 895 autoformación

    = self-teaching, self-training.
    Ex. It is necessary to improve facilities and services to promote the habit of self-teaching through books.
    Ex. Today self-training documentation for data base use is almost as important as the information itself.
    * * *
    = self-teaching, self-training.

    Ex: It is necessary to improve facilities and services to promote the habit of self-teaching through books.

    Ex: Today self-training documentation for data base use is almost as important as the information itself.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoformación

  • 896 autoinforme

    Ex. Self-reports are a key source of information in consumer research.
    * * *

    Ex: Self-reports are a key source of information in consumer research.

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoinforme

  • 897 automatización

    f.
    automation, automatization, mechanization, automatics.
    * * *
    1 automation
    * * *
    * * *
    = automation, computerisation [computerization, -USA], machine processing, electronification, computer operations.
    Ex. These institutes brought together some of the most influential people in the field to discuss the technological environment created by library automation in the 1970s.
    Ex. With computerisation the distinction between the types of catalogue has become less significant.
    Ex. The flexibilities possible with machine processing will, at some time in the undefined future, obviate most of the problems not addressed.
    Ex. This article reports possible future developments in the field of the electronification of information as envisaged by a developer of electronic writing aids for personal computers.
    Ex. The first of these is the transfer of the library's bibliographical records to computer operation, which will render the shelf arrangement far less important in the system envisaged.
    ----
    * automatización de bibliotecas = library automation.
    * automatización del hogar = home automation.
    * bibliotecario encargado de la automatización = systems librarian, library systems analyst.
    * programas de automatización de bibliotecas = library automation software.
    * proyecto de automatización = automation project.
    * Sección de Automatización y Documentac = Information Science and Automation Division (IASD).
    * semiautomatización = semi-automation.
    * sistema de automatización de bibliotecas = library automation system.
    * tecnología de la automatización = automation technology.
    * * *
    = automation, computerisation [computerization, -USA], machine processing, electronification, computer operations.

    Ex: These institutes brought together some of the most influential people in the field to discuss the technological environment created by library automation in the 1970s.

    Ex: With computerisation the distinction between the types of catalogue has become less significant.
    Ex: The flexibilities possible with machine processing will, at some time in the undefined future, obviate most of the problems not addressed.
    Ex: This article reports possible future developments in the field of the electronification of information as envisaged by a developer of electronic writing aids for personal computers.
    Ex: The first of these is the transfer of the library's bibliographical records to computer operation, which will render the shelf arrangement far less important in the system envisaged.
    * automatización de bibliotecas = library automation.
    * automatización del hogar = home automation.
    * bibliotecario encargado de la automatización = systems librarian, library systems analyst.
    * programas de automatización de bibliotecas = library automation software.
    * proyecto de automatización = automation project.
    * Sección de Automatización y Documentac = Information Science and Automation Division (IASD).
    * semiautomatización = semi-automation.
    * sistema de automatización de bibliotecas = library automation system.
    * tecnología de la automatización = automation technology.

    * * *
    automation
    * * *

     

    automatización sustantivo femenino automation
    ' automatización' also found in these entries:
    English:
    automation
    - robotization
    * * *
    automation
    * * *
    f automation
    * * *
    : automation

    Spanish-English dictionary > automatización

  • 898 automatizado

    adj.
    automated, robot, intelligent, automatized.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: automatizar.
    * * *
    * * *
    - da adjetivo automated
    * * *
    = automated, computer-based, computer-held, computerised [computerized, -USA], machine assisted, machine-held, mechanised [mechanized, -USA], computer-stored, machine-based, computer-controlled, electronically based, computering, disintermediated, unmanned, machine-readable.
    Ex. These principles are being applied in an ever increasing variety of contexts, both manual and automated.
    Ex. It may well be that the computer-based environment of such systems may overcome many of the limitations of enumerative classification schemes in their traditional applications.
    Ex. For each term entering the vocabulary a record is constructed in a computer-held file.
    Ex. Printed title indexes which could be used as elementary subject indexes were one of the first products of computerised information retrieval systems.
    Ex. Her ALA activity includes having been Editor of Message from MARS, the occasional newsletter of the new RASD discussion group MARS, which stands for machine assisted Reference Service.
    Ex. Other indexes based on titles, both printed and machine-held, may provide access to words other than the first in a title.
    Ex. Mechanized systems offer a wide range of potential search strategies and searching aids.
    Ex. If a computer-stored controlled vocabulary is used, the assigned terms might be checked automatically and new or mistyped terms would be flagged (marked).
    Ex. The incorporation of such features into a system would permit us to create a machine-based catalog rather than a reference file of bibliographic records.
    Ex. LCSH has taken a further step forward with the use of computer-controlled typesetting.
    Ex. Librarians who have reservations about the spread of electronically based services are not Luddites.
    Ex. The 1980s have seen a significant increase in the quantity and breadth of offshore computering services -- those based in the developing countries.
    Ex. Database records are enhanced with links through to the full text of periodical articles, where these are available, or to the Library's disintermediated document delivery system where an online version of the article is not available.
    Ex. The 'strategic computing' plan announced by the United States in early 1984 envisages, among others, the use of intelligent robots (for example, to serve as ammunition loaders in tanks, or in unmanned reconnaissance and manipulating devices).
    Ex. 'Data base' is a term referring to machine-readable collections of information, whether numerical, representational or bibliographic.
    ----
    * método automatizado = computer-based method.
    * semiautomatizado = partially-automated, semi-automated.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo automated
    * * *
    = automated, computer-based, computer-held, computerised [computerized, -USA], machine assisted, machine-held, mechanised [mechanized, -USA], computer-stored, machine-based, computer-controlled, electronically based, computering, disintermediated, unmanned, machine-readable.

    Ex: These principles are being applied in an ever increasing variety of contexts, both manual and automated.

    Ex: It may well be that the computer-based environment of such systems may overcome many of the limitations of enumerative classification schemes in their traditional applications.
    Ex: For each term entering the vocabulary a record is constructed in a computer-held file.
    Ex: Printed title indexes which could be used as elementary subject indexes were one of the first products of computerised information retrieval systems.
    Ex: Her ALA activity includes having been Editor of Message from MARS, the occasional newsletter of the new RASD discussion group MARS, which stands for machine assisted Reference Service.
    Ex: Other indexes based on titles, both printed and machine-held, may provide access to words other than the first in a title.
    Ex: Mechanized systems offer a wide range of potential search strategies and searching aids.
    Ex: If a computer-stored controlled vocabulary is used, the assigned terms might be checked automatically and new or mistyped terms would be flagged (marked).
    Ex: The incorporation of such features into a system would permit us to create a machine-based catalog rather than a reference file of bibliographic records.
    Ex: LCSH has taken a further step forward with the use of computer-controlled typesetting.
    Ex: Librarians who have reservations about the spread of electronically based services are not Luddites.
    Ex: The 1980s have seen a significant increase in the quantity and breadth of offshore computering services -- those based in the developing countries.
    Ex: Database records are enhanced with links through to the full text of periodical articles, where these are available, or to the Library's disintermediated document delivery system where an online version of the article is not available.
    Ex: The 'strategic computing' plan announced by the United States in early 1984 envisages, among others, the use of intelligent robots (for example, to serve as ammunition loaders in tanks, or in unmanned reconnaissance and manipulating devices).
    Ex: 'Data base' is a term referring to machine-readable collections of information, whether numerical, representational or bibliographic.
    * método automatizado = computer-based method.
    * semiautomatizado = partially-automated, semi-automated.

    * * *
    automated
    * * *

    Del verbo automatizar: ( conjugate automatizar)

    automatizado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    automatizado    
    automatizar
    automatizado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    automated
    automatizar ( conjugate automatizar) verbo transitivo
    to automate

    * * *
    automatizado, -a adj
    automated

    Spanish-English dictionary > automatizado

  • 899 automóvil

    adj.
    automotive, self-driven, self-propelled, self-propelling.
    m.
    automobile, auto, car, motor car.
    * * *
    1 automobile, car
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=autopropulsado) self-propelled
    2) car antes de s, automobile antes de s (EEUU)
    2.
    SM car, automobile (EEUU)

    ir en automóvil — to drive, go by car, travel by car

    automóvil de choque — bumper car, dodgem (Brit)

    automóvil de importación — imported car, foreign car

    * * *
    I
    adjetivo motor (before n)
    II
    masculino car, automobile (AmE)

    la industria del automóvilthe car o motor industry

    * * *
    = automobile, car, motor car, motor vehicle.
    Ex. It was a dozen years later that the first central electric power station was built; a decade was to pass before the automobile was invented, and nearly three decades before the first airplane flew.
    Ex. Benchmarks are the times taken to carry out a set of standard operations and they are comparable to the government fuel consumption figures for cars.
    Ex. The phenomena studied by disciplines may be either concrete entities, such as adolescent, motor car, dog or diamond or abstract ideas such as love, beauty or hate.
    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.
    ----
    * cementerio de automóviles = scrapyard.
    * concesionario de automóviles = car dealer.
    * fabricante de automóviles = automaker, carmaker.
    * industria del automóvil, la = automobile industry, the, automotive industry, the, motor trade, the, motor industry, the.
    * ingeniería del automóvil = automotive engineering, car engineering.
    * planta de automóviles = automotive plant.
    * reparación de automóviles = auto repair.
    * seguro de automóvil = automobile insurance.
    * servicio de atención al cliente en su propio automóvil = drive-through (drive-thru).
    * sobre el automóvil = automotive.
    * transbordador de automóviles = car ferry.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo motor (before n)
    II
    masculino car, automobile (AmE)

    la industria del automóvilthe car o motor industry

    * * *
    = automobile, car, motor car, motor vehicle.

    Ex: It was a dozen years later that the first central electric power station was built; a decade was to pass before the automobile was invented, and nearly three decades before the first airplane flew.

    Ex: Benchmarks are the times taken to carry out a set of standard operations and they are comparable to the government fuel consumption figures for cars.
    Ex: The phenomena studied by disciplines may be either concrete entities, such as adolescent, motor car, dog or diamond or abstract ideas such as love, beauty or hate.
    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.
    * cementerio de automóviles = scrapyard.
    * concesionario de automóviles = car dealer.
    * fabricante de automóviles = automaker, carmaker.
    * industria del automóvil, la = automobile industry, the, automotive industry, the, motor trade, the, motor industry, the.
    * ingeniería del automóvil = automotive engineering, car engineering.
    * planta de automóviles = automotive plant.
    * reparación de automóviles = auto repair.
    * seguro de automóvil = automobile insurance.
    * servicio de atención al cliente en su propio automóvil = drive-through (drive-thru).
    * sobre el automóvil = automotive.
    * transbordador de automóviles = car ferry.

    * * *
    motor ( before n)
    car, automobile ( AmE)
    la industria del automóvil the car o motor o ( AmE) automobile industry
    Compuesto:
    automobile club
    * * *

    automóvil sustantivo masculino
    car, automobile (AmE)
    automóvil sustantivo masculino car
    ' automóvil' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    averiada
    - averiado
    - foco
    - guiar
    - limusina
    - manejar
    - pitada
    - repostar
    - salón
    - sedán
    - tartana
    - volante
    - volcar
    - abordar
    - capota
    - carrocería
    - jalar
    - turbo
    English:
    AA
    - automobile
    - evolution
    - motor-car
    - wheel-clamp
    - car
    - drive-in
    - motor
    * * *
    adj
    un vehículo automóvil a motor vehicle
    nm
    car, US automobile;
    automóvil club automobile association o club
    * * *
    m car, automobile
    * * *
    : automobile
    * * *
    automóvil n car

    Spanish-English dictionary > automóvil

  • 900 autopista

    f.
    1 motorway (British), freeway (United States).
    autopista de información information superhighway
    2 highway, roadway, expressway, freeway.
    * * *
    1 motorway, US highway
    * * *
    noun f.
    highway, freeway
    * * *
    SF motorway, freeway (EEUU)

    autopista de peaje — toll road, turnpike (EEUU)

    autopista perimetral — ring road, bypass

    * * *
    femenino expressway (AmE), motorway (BrE)

    autopista de peaje or (Méx) de cuota — turnpike (road) (AmE), toll motorway (BrE)

    * * *
    = freeway, turnpike, motorway, express way, expressway, highway.
    Ex. The freeway signs in the country don't say motor trucks, they say trucks.
    Ex. Tomás Hernández drove cautiously in the torrential rain, trying not to swerve on the slick pavement of the turnpike.
    Ex. In many respects packet-switching is analogous to the motorway or freeway networks in which packets are like trucks sharing a busy route but ultimately going to different destinations = En muchos sentidos, la conmutación de paquetes es similar a una red de autopistas en donde los paquetes son como camiones que comparten una ruta muy transitada pero que en última instancia se dirigen a destinos diferentes.
    Ex. Passengers in taxis must pay tolls in case of using an express way.
    Ex. Like the early days of the railroad & expressways, politicians scramble to be the first to put the information highway in their neighborhood or nation.
    Ex. Having entered the next state and a highway off the turnpike, he was amazed by the extraordinary flatness of the land, especially in contrast to the hilly terrain he had grown up with back home.
    ----
    * autopista de comunicación = communication(s) highway.
    * autopista de la información = information highway.
    * autopista de peaje = tollway.
    * autopista electrónica, la = electronic highway, the.
    * servicios de autopista = highway facilities.
    * * *
    femenino expressway (AmE), motorway (BrE)

    autopista de peaje or (Méx) de cuota — turnpike (road) (AmE), toll motorway (BrE)

    * * *
    = freeway, turnpike, motorway, express way, expressway, highway.

    Ex: The freeway signs in the country don't say motor trucks, they say trucks.

    Ex: Tomás Hernández drove cautiously in the torrential rain, trying not to swerve on the slick pavement of the turnpike.
    Ex: In many respects packet-switching is analogous to the motorway or freeway networks in which packets are like trucks sharing a busy route but ultimately going to different destinations = En muchos sentidos, la conmutación de paquetes es similar a una red de autopistas en donde los paquetes son como camiones que comparten una ruta muy transitada pero que en última instancia se dirigen a destinos diferentes.
    Ex: Passengers in taxis must pay tolls in case of using an express way.
    Ex: Like the early days of the railroad & expressways, politicians scramble to be the first to put the information highway in their neighborhood or nation.
    Ex: Having entered the next state and a highway off the turnpike, he was amazed by the extraordinary flatness of the land, especially in contrast to the hilly terrain he had grown up with back home.
    * autopista de comunicación = communication(s) highway.
    * autopista de la información = information highway.
    * autopista de peaje = tollway.
    * autopista electrónica, la = electronic highway, the.
    * servicios de autopista = highway facilities.

    * * *
    expressway ( AmE), freeway ( AmE), motorway ( BrE)
    autopista de peaje or ( Méx) de cuota turnpike (road) ( AmE), tollway ( AmE), toll motorway ( BrE)
    Compuestos:
    ( Inf) data superhighway
    ( Inf) information highway
    * * *

     

    autopista sustantivo femenino
    expressway (AmE), motorway (BrE);
    autopista de peaje or (Méx) de cuota turnpike (road) (AmE), toll motorway (BrE);

    autopista f GB motorway, US highway

    ' autopista' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    arcén
    - desembocar
    - peaje
    - salida
    - tomar
    - tramo
    - banquina
    - calzada
    - ir
    English:
    bypass
    - congested
    - exit
    - freeway
    - highway
    - information superhighway
    - interchange
    - motorway
    - service area
    - speed along
    - throughway
    - turnpike
    - U-turn
    - data
    - express
    - free
    - information
    - M
    - speed
    - superhighway
    - through
    - thru
    - turn
    * * *
    Br motorway, US freeway Méx autopista de cuota Br toll motorway, US turnpike; Informát autopista(s) de la información information superhighway;
    autopista de peaje Br toll motorway, US turnpike
    * * *
    f freeway, Br
    motorway
    * * *
    : expressway, highway
    * * *
    autopista n motorway

    Spanish-English dictionary > autopista

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