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  • 1 descriptor principal

    Ex. For example, the ERIC database has three subject fields: major descriptors (mj), minor descriptors (mn), and identifiers (id).
    * * *

    Ex: For example, the ERIC database has three subject fields: major descriptors (mj), minor descriptors (mn), and identifiers (id).

    Spanish-English dictionary > descriptor principal

  • 2 descriptor secundario

    Ex. For example, the ERIC database has three subject fields: major descriptors (mj), minor descriptors (mn), and identifiers (id).
    * * *

    Ex: For example, the ERIC database has three subject fields: major descriptors (mj), minor descriptors (mn), and identifiers (id).

    Spanish-English dictionary > descriptor secundario

  • 3 editio minor

    (lat.) (ou edición menor)
    editio minor, edición menor (edición reducida dun libro máis extenso)

    Diccionario Español-Gali > editio minor

  • 4 corea minor

    f.
    chorea minor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > corea minor

  • 5 epilepsia minor

    f.
    minor epilepsy, epilepsia minor, mild epilepsy, petit mal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > epilepsia minor

  • 6 justo minor

    m.
    justo minor, pelvis justo minor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > justo minor

  • 7 pectoralis minor

    m.
    pectoralis minor, chest muscle that stabilizes the scapula by drawing it inferiorly and anteriorly against the thoracic wall, musculus pectoralis minor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pectoralis minor

  • 8 rhomboideus minor

    m.
    rhomboideus minor, musculus rhomboideus minor, small back muscle that adducts and laterally rotates the scapula.

    Spanish-English dictionary > rhomboideus minor

  • 9 teres minor

    m.
    teres minor, musculus teres minor, shoulder muscle that laterally rotates the arm.

    Spanish-English dictionary > teres minor

  • 10 trocánter minor

    m.
    trochanter minor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > trocánter minor

  • 11 zygomaticus minor

    m.
    zygomaticus minor, zygomaticus minor muscle, face muscle that elevates and everts the upper lip, musculus zygomaticus minor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > zygomaticus minor

  • 12 corea minor.

    Diccionario médico español-ruso > corea minor.

  • 13 variola minor.

    Diccionario médico español-ruso > variola minor.

  • 14 descriptor

    m.
    1 describer, narrator.
    2 descriptor, describer.
    * * *
    = descriptor, descriptor term, epithet, index term, subject term, catchword, subject description, index word.
    Ex. Descriptors are terms which are acceptable for use in indexes to describe concepts.
    Ex. The MEDLINE thesaurus, available online and ondisc, provides a complete list of all descriptor terms (i.e. the controlled vocabulary used in the subject indexing of all Medline citations).
    Ex. He also allows Christian names accompanied by an epithet (Aunt Jane, for example) to be used as headings for the main entry.
    Ex. This access is achieved by organising the tools so that a user may search under a specific access point or heading or index term, for example, subject term, author, name, title, date.
    Ex. In alphabetical indexing languages, such as are embodied in thesauri and subject headings lists, subject terms are the alphabetical names of the subjects.
    Ex. These summaries are a valuable aid to classification by ensuring that the classifier finds the correct discipline rather than a catchword in the index.
    Ex. During searching the index user is expected to formulate headings in the same way, and hopefully to match his subject description with the indexer's description.
    Ex. The Permuterm index (as featured in Science, and Social Sciences Citation Indexes) is similar to a Double-KWIC index in that it provides for simple coordination of index words.
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    * búsqueda por descriptores = descriptor searching.
    * descriptor auxiliar = auxiliary descriptor.
    * descriptor compuesto = multi-word descriptor.
    * descriptor compuesto de varias palabras = multiple-word descriptor.
    * descriptor del contenido = content descriptor.
    * descriptor de materia = subject descriptor.
    * descriptor principal = major descriptor.
    * descriptor propuesto = candidate descriptor.
    * descriptor secundario = minor descriptor.
    * indización por descriptores = descriptor indexing.
    * lista de descriptores = index vocabulary, subject vocabulary.
    * materia representada por un solo descriptor = one-concept subject.
    * materia representada por varios descriptores = multi-concept subject.
    * no descriptor = non-descriptor.
    * * *
    = descriptor, descriptor term, epithet, index term, subject term, catchword, subject description, index word.

    Ex: Descriptors are terms which are acceptable for use in indexes to describe concepts.

    Ex: The MEDLINE thesaurus, available online and ondisc, provides a complete list of all descriptor terms (i.e. the controlled vocabulary used in the subject indexing of all Medline citations).
    Ex: He also allows Christian names accompanied by an epithet (Aunt Jane, for example) to be used as headings for the main entry.
    Ex: This access is achieved by organising the tools so that a user may search under a specific access point or heading or index term, for example, subject term, author, name, title, date.
    Ex: In alphabetical indexing languages, such as are embodied in thesauri and subject headings lists, subject terms are the alphabetical names of the subjects.
    Ex: These summaries are a valuable aid to classification by ensuring that the classifier finds the correct discipline rather than a catchword in the index.
    Ex: During searching the index user is expected to formulate headings in the same way, and hopefully to match his subject description with the indexer's description.
    Ex: The Permuterm index (as featured in Science, and Social Sciences Citation Indexes) is similar to a Double-KWIC index in that it provides for simple coordination of index words.
    * búsqueda por descriptores = descriptor searching.
    * descriptor auxiliar = auxiliary descriptor.
    * descriptor compuesto = multi-word descriptor.
    * descriptor compuesto de varias palabras = multiple-word descriptor.
    * descriptor del contenido = content descriptor.
    * descriptor de materia = subject descriptor.
    * descriptor principal = major descriptor.
    * descriptor propuesto = candidate descriptor.
    * descriptor secundario = minor descriptor.
    * indización por descriptores = descriptor indexing.
    * lista de descriptores = index vocabulary, subject vocabulary.
    * materia representada por un solo descriptor = one-concept subject.
    * materia representada por varios descriptores = multi-concept subject.
    * no descriptor = non-descriptor.

    * * *
    ( Inf) descriptor
    * * *
    m INFOR descriptor

    Spanish-English dictionary > descriptor

  • 15 Asia

    1 Asia
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF Asia
    * * *
    femenino‡ Asia
    * * *
    = Asia.
    Ex. We need, for example, at least another acquisition center in South Asia.
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    * Asia Austral = Australasia.
    * Asia Central = Central Asia.
    * Asia oriental = East Asia.
    * ASTINFO (Red Regional para el Intercambio de Información y Experiencias de l = ASTINFO (Regional Network for the Exchange of Information and Experience in Science and Technology in Asia and the Pacific).
    * sur de Asia = South Asia.
    * * *
    femenino‡ Asia
    * * *
    = Asia.

    Ex: We need, for example, at least another acquisition center in South Asia.

    * Asia Austral = Australasia.
    * Asia Central = Central Asia.
    * Asia oriental = East Asia.
    * ASTINFO (Red Regional para el Intercambio de Información y Experiencias de l = ASTINFO (Regional Network for the Exchange of Information and Experience in Science and Technology in Asia and the Pacific).
    * sur de Asia = South Asia.

    * * *
    f‡
    Asia
    Compuesto:
    Asia Minor
    * * *

    Del verbo asir: ( conjugate asir)

    asía es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) imperfecto indicativo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperfecto indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    Asia    
    asir
    Asia feminine noun taking masculine article in the singular
    Asia
    asir ( conjugate asir) verbo transitivo (liter) to seize, grasp;
    asia a algn de or por algo:
    la asió de un brazo he seized o grasped her arm

    asirse verbo pronominal (liter) asiase de or a algo: se asió a la cuerda she grabbed (hold of) o seized the rope;
    caminaban asidos de la mano they walked hand in hand
    Asia sustantivo femenino Asia
    Asia Menor, Asia Minor
    asir verbo transitivo to grasp, seize

    ' Asia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    Turquía
    English:
    Asia
    - Asia Minor
    - elk
    - orient
    - South-East Asia
    - Asian
    * * *
    Asia n
    Asia
    Asia Menor Asia Minor
    * * *
    f Asia

    Spanish-English dictionary > Asia

  • 16 C

    f.
    c, letter c.
    * * *
    C
    1 ( Celsius) Celsius; (símbolo) C
    ————————
    C
    1 ( centígrado) centigrade; (símbolo) C
    * * *
    I
    =c [θe]
    esp LAm [se] SF (=letra) C, c II
    ABR
    = centígrado C
    * * *
    I
    c femenino ( read as [se] or (Esp) [θe]) the letter C, c
    II
    masculino (= centígrado or Celsius) C, Centigrade, Celsius
    * * *
    ----
    * C + T (Ciencia y Tecnología) = S & T (Science and Technology).
    * hepatitis C = hepatitis C.
    * vitamina C = vitamin C.
    * * *
    I
    c femenino ( read as [se] or (Esp) [θe]) the letter C, c
    II
    masculino (= centígrado or Celsius) C, Centigrade, Celsius
    * * *
    * C + T (Ciencia y Tecnología) = S & T (Science and Technology).
    * hepatitis C = hepatitis C.
    * vitamina C = vitamin C.
    * * *
    C, c
    ( read as /se/ or ( Esp) /θe/)
    B (= centígrado or Celsius) C, Centigrade, Celsius
    * * *

    C sustantivo masculino (centígrado or Celsius) C, Centigrade, Celsius
    C,
    c sustantivo femenino ( read as /se/ or (Esp) /θe/) the letter C, c

    C, c sustantivo femenino (letra) C, c

    'C' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    a. C.
    - c.c.
    - chaquetón
    - concreta
    - concreto
    - d. C
    - do
    - hacer
    - nota
    - sesear
    - seseo
    - a. de C.
    - ándele
    - arrumbar
    - c/
    - cámara
    - cañón
    - casa
    - caudillo
    - ce
    - cenicienta
    - cercano
    - ciencia
    - círculo
    - ciudad
    - colegio
    - comisión
    - comunidad
    - congreso
    - cono
    - conquista
    - consejo
    - correo
    - corte
    - creación
    - creador
    - cruz
    - cta.
    - curso
    - C.V.
    - d. de C.
    - s.
    English:
    ad
    - BC
    - C
    - Co
    - district
    - limited
    - macaroni
    - maccaroni
    - Rd
    - St
    - vacant
    - abdication
    - abomination
    - absence
    - abuse
    - a/c
    - A/C
    - acceptance
    - accession
    - accident
    - accommodation
    - accompaniment
    - accomplishment
    - accord
    - achievement
    - acid
    - acquaintance
    - acquisition
    - acrylic
    - action
    - activity
    - AD
    - adaptation
    - addiction
    - addition
    - address
    - adjournment
    - adjustment
    - administration
    - admission
    - adoption
    - advance
    - advantage
    - adversity
    - affinity
    - affliction
    - age
    - agent
    - aggression
    - agony
    * * *
    C1 nf
    [número romano] C
    C2
    1. (abrev de Celsius o centígrado) C
    2. Esp (abrev de carretera comarcal) minor road, Br ≈ B road
    3. (abrev de caballo) [en notación de ajedrez] N, Kt
    C, c [θe] nf
    [letra] C, c
    * * *
    C
    abr
    1 (= centígrado) C (= centigrade)
    2 (= compañía) Co. (= company)
    3 c (= calle) St. (= street)
    4 (= capítulo) ch. (= chapter)
    * * *
    c nf
    : third letter of the Spanish alphabet

    Spanish-English dictionary > C

  • 17 abocado a

    = fated to, set on
    Ex. Macintosh seems fated to play a minor supporting role both in business and libraries.
    Ex. ALA membership seems set on self-destruction if its demand for total involvement and 100% democracy continues.
    * * *
    = fated to, set on

    Ex: Macintosh seems fated to play a minor supporting role both in business and libraries.

    Ex: ALA membership seems set on self-destruction if its demand for total involvement and 100% democracy continues.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abocado a

  • 18 accesorios

    m.pl.
    accessories, implements, fixings, accouterments.
    * * *
    (n.) = fixtures and fittings, peripheral equipment, props, bathroom accessories, bathroom fittings
    Ex. The form of these terms, whether descriptors or non-descriptors, is usually one of the following: two words linked by 'and' or '&', e.g. fixtures and fittings.
    Ex. Peripheral equipment such as barcode wands, desensitizers, and book stamps should be within easy reach of the operator.
    Ex. The exhibition was a retrospective and featured clippings from pornographic magazines, props from past performances (including syringes, chains, tampons, meat cleavers, and Vaseline), and press cuttings.
    Ex. The best bathroom accessories are those that you can wash or change on a whim.
    Ex. Sometimes second-hand materials, such as doors, windows and bathroom fittings are not only much cheaper but also of better quality.
    * * *
    (n.) = fixtures and fittings, peripheral equipment, props, bathroom accessories, bathroom fittings

    Ex: The form of these terms, whether descriptors or non-descriptors, is usually one of the following: two words linked by 'and' or '&', e.g. fixtures and fittings.

    Ex: Peripheral equipment such as barcode wands, desensitizers, and book stamps should be within easy reach of the operator.
    Ex: The exhibition was a retrospective and featured clippings from pornographic magazines, props from past performances (including syringes, chains, tampons, meat cleavers, and Vaseline), and press cuttings.
    Ex: The best bathroom accessories are those that you can wash or change on a whim.
    Ex: Sometimes second-hand materials, such as doors, windows and bathroom fittings are not only much cheaper but also of better quality.

    Spanish-English dictionary > accesorios

  • 19 aclarar un malentendido

    (v.) = clear up + misunderstanding
    Ex. The library staff involved in the day to day running of the library may be called upon quite often to fix certain minor faults or clear up problems and misunderstandings on the part of the user.
    * * *
    (v.) = clear up + misunderstanding

    Ex: The library staff involved in the day to day running of the library may be called upon quite often to fix certain minor faults or clear up problems and misunderstandings on the part of the user.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aclarar un malentendido

  • 20 aclarar un problema

    (v.) = clear up + problem
    Ex. The library staff involved in the day to day running of the library may be called upon quite often to fix certain minor faults or clear up problems and misunderstandings on the part of the user.
    * * *
    (v.) = clear up + problem

    Ex: The library staff involved in the day to day running of the library may be called upon quite often to fix certain minor faults or clear up problems and misunderstandings on the part of the user.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aclarar un problema

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