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  • 921 compañía aérea

    f.
    airline, airline company.
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    (n.) = airline, airline carrier
    Ex. Because the system can be updated continuously, it is possible for an airline to make available information about the number of standby seats on any given flight at the time of asking.
    Ex. The arrival of cheap airline carriers in India has spiced up the whole affair.
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    (n.) = airline, airline carrier

    Ex: Because the system can be updated continuously, it is possible for an airline to make available information about the number of standby seats on any given flight at the time of asking.

    Ex: The arrival of cheap airline carriers in India has spiced up the whole affair.

    * * *
    airline

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  • 922 compañía dedicada a la información

    Ex. The author presents a view of portal sites as a radically different model from those currently embraced by traditional information companies.
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    Ex: The author presents a view of portal sites as a radically different model from those currently embraced by traditional information companies.

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  • 923 compañía discográfica

    f.
    record company.
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    (n.) = record company, record label, music company
    Ex. This article discusses the pressure for record companies and libraries to label pop music lyrics as 'explicit' and the range of content covered by this term.
    Ex. But now record labels have been decimated by the digital shift, and are rethinking their entire business model to survive.
    Ex. For Europeans, two and a half of the big four music companies are located right in their backyard.
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    (n.) = record company, record label, music company

    Ex: This article discusses the pressure for record companies and libraries to label pop music lyrics as 'explicit' and the range of content covered by this term.

    Ex: But now record labels have been decimated by the digital shift, and are rethinking their entire business model to survive.
    Ex: For Europeans, two and a half of the big four music companies are located right in their backyard.

    Spanish-English dictionary > compañía discográfica

  • 924 compañía2

    Nota: Asociación de compositores que surgió en el siglo XIX para realizar trabajos de composición en cooperación y dirigida por un 'capataz' (clickler) y cuyos miembros se denominaban 'compañeros' (companions). Véase ship para otras entradas acabadas con este sufijo.
    Ex. A companionship was a team of piecework compositors, led by one of their number, who co-operated in the setting of a book and submitted a single bill for the work, the proceeds of which were then divided amongst themselves.
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    * buena compañía = good company.
    * dos son compañía, tres multitud = two is a company, three is a crowd.
    * en buena compañía = in good company.
    * mala compañía = bad apple, rotten apple, damaged goods.
    * servicio de compañía = escort service.

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  • 925 compendiar

    v.
    1 to epitomize.
    2 to abridge (libro, historia).
    3 to summarize, to abridge, to sum up, to abbreviate.
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    1 to summarize, abridge, sum up
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    VT to abridge, condense, summarize
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    verbo transitivo to summarize
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    = abridge, encapsulate.
    Ex. Inevitably any abridgement poses the dilemma how to abridge, that is, what to leave out and what to include.
    Ex. The Manifesto encapsulates the principles and priorities of public libraries in widely varying contexts.
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    verbo transitivo to summarize
    * * *
    = abridge, encapsulate.

    Ex: Inevitably any abridgement poses the dilemma how to abridge, that is, what to leave out and what to include.

    Ex: The Manifesto encapsulates the principles and priorities of public libraries in widely varying contexts.

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    compendiar [A1 ]
    vt
    to summarize
    una versión compendiada de su obra a compendium of her work
    para compendiar el siglo XIX recomiendo la lectura de … for an overview o a summary of the nineteenth century I recommend you to read …
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    compendiar verbo transitivo to condense, abridge, summarize
    ' compendiar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    abridge
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    1. [cualidades, características] to epitomize
    2. [libro, historia] to abridge
    * * *
    v/t summarize
    * * *
    : to summarize, to condense

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  • 926 compendio

    m.
    1 compendium (libro).
    2 epitome, essence.
    3 abridgement, summary, abstract, compendium.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: compendiar.
    * * *
    1 summary, digest, précis, synopsis
    * * *
    SM (=tratado breve) compendium; (Univ, Téc) summary

    en compendio — briefly, in short

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    masculino ( libro) textbook, coursebook; ( resumen) summary, compendium (BrE)
    * * *
    = abridgement [abridgment], digest, compendium [compendiums/compendia, -pl.], epitome.
    Ex. An abridgement is usually taken to be a condensation that necessarily omits a number of secondary points.
    Ex. A digest should be a methodically arranged presentation of the main arguments in a document.
    Ex. This impressive work, which serves educated adults and serious students, intends to be a comprehensive, authoritative compendium of the world's most important knowledge and information.
    Ex. If we now ask why the problems arise, the answer is clear: not because they are epitomes, revisions or commentaries, but because in each case the document depends for its existence on another document.
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    * compendio de jurisprudencia = case law digest.
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    masculino ( libro) textbook, coursebook; ( resumen) summary, compendium (BrE)
    * * *
    = abridgement [abridgment], digest, compendium [compendiums/compendia, -pl.], epitome.

    Ex: An abridgement is usually taken to be a condensation that necessarily omits a number of secondary points.

    Ex: A digest should be a methodically arranged presentation of the main arguments in a document.
    Ex: This impressive work, which serves educated adults and serious students, intends to be a comprehensive, authoritative compendium of the world's most important knowledge and information.
    Ex: If we now ask why the problems arise, the answer is clear: not because they are epitomes, revisions or commentaries, but because in each case the document depends for its existence on another document.
    * compendio de jurisprudencia = case law digest.

    * * *
    1 (texto) textbook, coursebook
    compendio de historia universal a course in world history
    2 (resumen) summary
    * * *

    Del verbo compendiar: ( conjugate compendiar)

    compendio es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    compendió es:

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

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    compendio
    compendio sustantivo masculino ( libro) textbook, coursebook;
    ( resumen) summary, compendium (BrE)
    compendiar verbo transitivo to condense, abridge, summarize
    compendio sustantivo masculino synopsis, outline: este artículo es un compendio de disparates, this article is full of nonsense
    ' compendio' also found in these entries:
    English:
    compendium
    - digest
    * * *
    1. [libro] compendium;
    un compendio de gramática a short guide to grammar
    2. [síntesis] epitome, essence;
    esta muchacha es un compendio de virtudes this girl is a paragon of virtue, this girl is virtue itself
    * * *
    m summary
    * * *
    : summary

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  • 927 competencia lingüística

    Ex. Qualification requirements for area bibliographers, which include relevant language competence and area knowledge, could have restricted the number of library school programmes in the field.
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    Ex: Qualification requirements for area bibliographers, which include relevant language competence and area knowledge, could have restricted the number of library school programmes in the field.

    Spanish-English dictionary > competencia lingüística

  • 928 competir

    v.
    1 to compete.
    varios grupos compiten por la obtención del contrato several groups are competing for the contract
    nos es muy difícil competir con las importaciones chinas we find it very difficult to compete with Chinese imports
    Los soldados contienden en el campo The soldiers contend in the field.
    2 to compete against.
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    Conjugation model [ SERVIR], like link=servir servir
    1 to compete
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    verb
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    VI
    1) (=enfrentarse) to compete

    competir con o contra algo/algn — to compete with o against sth/sb

    son incapaces de competir con o contra gente más joven — they are incapable of competing with o against younger people

    competir en algo — to compete in sth

    competir en el mercado — (Com) to compete in the market

    competir por algo — to compete for sth

    2) (=compararse)

    competir con algo, no hay nada que pueda competir con un buen vino — you can't beat a good wine, nothing can compare with a good wine

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    verbo intransitivo
    a) (pugnar, luchar) to compete

    competir con or contra alguien (por algo) — to compete with o against somebody (for something)

    competir en algo: los dos modelos compiten en calidad — the two models rival each other in quality

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    = race, jostle.
    Ex. These companies have been racing to define the information superhighway for themselves, and to stake a claim in what they view as the economic engine of the information age.
    Ex. In the case of flax the Library of Congress does not provide an enumerated division and so books on flax spinning must jostle in alphabetic order with books on other aspects of flax = En el caso del lino la Biblioteca del Congreso no proporciona una división enumerada por lo que los libros sobre el hilado del lino deben competir en la ordenación alfabética con otros libros que tratan sobre diferentes aspectos del lino.
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    * competir con = compete (with), contend with, vie with.
    * competir en = play at.
    * competir por = scramble.
    * competir por acaparar la atención de Alguien = compete for + attention.
    * tener que competir con = face + competition from.
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    verbo intransitivo
    a) (pugnar, luchar) to compete

    competir con or contra alguien (por algo) — to compete with o against somebody (for something)

    competir en algo: los dos modelos compiten en calidad — the two models rival each other in quality

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    competir (con)
    (v.) = compete (with), contend with, vie with

    Ex: Cards will remain useful for small local and personal indexes but other options, in the form of microcomputers and their software are beginning to compete in this application.

    Ex: This variety of physical forms presents unhelpful complexities to a user, who may have to contend with computer print-out book form, conventionally printed indexes, microfiche and online indexes and catalogues, in even relatively simple searches.
    Ex: As new reference service programmes vie with existing ones for funding, these changing patterns have an impact on budgeting.

    = race, jostle.

    Ex: These companies have been racing to define the information superhighway for themselves, and to stake a claim in what they view as the economic engine of the information age.

    Ex: In the case of flax the Library of Congress does not provide an enumerated division and so books on flax spinning must jostle in alphabetic order with books on other aspects of flax = En el caso del lino la Biblioteca del Congreso no proporciona una división enumerada por lo que los libros sobre el hilado del lino deben competir en la ordenación alfabética con otros libros que tratan sobre diferentes aspectos del lino.
    * competir con = compete (with), contend with, vie with.
    * competir en = play at.
    * competir por = scramble.
    * competir por acaparar la atención de Alguien = compete for + attention.
    * tener que competir con = face + competition from.

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    vi
    1 (pugnar, luchar) to compete competir CON algn to compete WITH sb
    no pueden competir con las cadenas de supermercados they can't compete with the supermarket chains
    competir CON/ CONTRA algn POR algo to compete WITH/ AGAINST sb FOR sth
    competíamos con Rospesa por el contrato we were competing with/against Rospesa for the contract
    competirán contra rivales europeos por esta copa they will be competing against teams from Europe for this trophy
    2 (estar al mismo nivel) competir EN algo:
    los dos modelos compiten en calidad y precio the two models rival each other in quality and price
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    competir ( conjugate competir) verbo intransitivo
    a) (pugnar, luchar) to compete;

    competir con or contra algn (por algo) to compete with o against sb (for sth)


    competir verbo intransitivo to compete [con, with o against] [en, in] [por, for]
    ' competir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desafiar
    - disputar
    - disputarse
    English:
    compete
    - contend
    - fight out
    - pit
    - race
    - rival
    - competition
    - eligible
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    1. [contender] to compete (con/por with/for);
    varios grupos compiten por la obtención del contrato several groups are competing for the contract;
    nos es muy difícil competir con las importaciones chinas we find it very difficult to compete with Chinese imports;
    exigen competir en pie de igualdad con otros países europeos they are demanding to compete on an equal footing with other European countries
    2. [igualar]
    competir (con) to be on a par (with);
    compiten en belleza they rival each other in beauty;
    un producto que puede competir con los importados a product that can compete with foreign imports
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    v/i compete ( con with)
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    competir {54} vi
    : to compete
    * * *
    competir vb to compete

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  • 929 complacer

    v.
    1 to please.
    me complace anunciar… I am pleased to announce…
    Su dedicación complace a Ricardo Her dedication pleases Richard.
    2 to be pleased by.
    Me complace tu esfuerzo I am pleased by your effort.
    3 to be pleased to, to be delighted to.
    Me complace ver que estás bien I am pleased to see you are fine.
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    Conjugation model [ PLACER], like link=placer placer
    1 (satisfacer) to satisfy, gratify, oblige
    ¿en qué puedo complacerle? what can I do for you?
    2 (agradar) to please
    3 formal to please, give pleasure
    me complace anunciar... it gives me great pleasure to announce...
    1 to take pleasure (en, in)
    los señores Solano se complacen en invitarle al enlace matrimonial de su hijo Mr and Mrs Solano have great pleasure in inviting you to their son's wedding
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    verb
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    1. VT
    1) [gen] to please; [+ cliente] to help, oblige; [+ jefe] to humour

    nos complace anunciarles... — we are pleased to announce...

    ¿en qué puedo complacerle? — (Com) frm can I help you?, what can I do for you?

    2) [+ deseo] to indulge, gratify
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to please

    me complace presentarles a... — (frml) it gives me great pleasure to welcome... (frml)

    2.
    complacerse v pron

    nos complacemos en anunciar la boda de... — (frml) we have great pleasure in announcing the marriage of... (frml)

    * * *
    = oblige, gratify, bring + pleasure, please, be happy to.
    Ex. In spite of their protestations to the contrary, most bosses prefer subordinates whom they get along with, who oblige happily when asked to undertake tasks.
    Ex. I was much impressed to hear Mr. Howard and especially gratified to hear him use the word standards.
    Ex. Despite its faults and inadequacies the public library brings pleasure to, and satisfies some of the needs of, millions the world over.
    Ex. By polar contrast the book for the mass culture reader, the 'consumer', simply aims to please.
    Ex. Maybe Juan and his merry companions would be happy to relegate us to the boiler room, or a janitor's closet!.
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    * complacer a Alguien = play to + Nombre.
    * complacerse = gloat.
    * complacerse (de) = be pleased (to).
    * difícil de complacer = choosy [choosey] [choosier -comp., choosiest -sup.].
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to please

    me complace presentarles a... — (frml) it gives me great pleasure to welcome... (frml)

    2.
    complacerse v pron

    nos complacemos en anunciar la boda de... — (frml) we have great pleasure in announcing the marriage of... (frml)

    * * *
    = oblige, gratify, bring + pleasure, please, be happy to.

    Ex: In spite of their protestations to the contrary, most bosses prefer subordinates whom they get along with, who oblige happily when asked to undertake tasks.

    Ex: I was much impressed to hear Mr. Howard and especially gratified to hear him use the word standards.
    Ex: Despite its faults and inadequacies the public library brings pleasure to, and satisfies some of the needs of, millions the world over.
    Ex: By polar contrast the book for the mass culture reader, the 'consumer', simply aims to please.
    Ex: Maybe Juan and his merry companions would be happy to relegate us to the boiler room, or a janitor's closet!.
    * complacer a Alguien = play to + Nombre.
    * complacerse = gloat.
    * complacerse (de) = be pleased (to).
    * difícil de complacer = choosy [choosey] [choosier -comp., choosiest -sup.].

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    complacer [E3 ]
    vt
    to please
    es difícil complacer a todos it's hard to please everyone
    nos complace comunicarle que … ( frml); we are pleased to inform you that …
    me complace presentarles a … ( frml); it gives me great pleasure to welcome … ( frml)
    complacerse EN algo to take pleasure IN sth
    se complace en ayudar a los demás he takes pleasure in helping others
    los señores Varela se complacen en anunciar el compromiso de … ( frml); Mr and Mrs Varela have great pleasure in announcing the engagement of … ( frml)
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    complacer ( conjugate complacer) verbo transitivo
    to please
    complacerse verbo pronominal complacerse en algo to take pleasure in sth
    complacer verbo transitivo frml to please: me complace anunciarles..., it gives me great pleasure to announce...
    ' complacer' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    gratificar
    - hueso
    - satisfacer
    English:
    accommodate
    - gratify
    - pander
    - please
    - eager
    - no
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    vt
    to please;
    me complace anunciar que… I am pleased to announce (that)…
    * * *
    v/t please
    * * *
    complacer {57} vt
    : to please
    * * *
    complacer vb to please

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  • 930 complementario

    adj.
    1 complementary, complemental, completing, supplemental.
    2 adjunct.
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    1 complementary
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    (f. - complementaria)
    adj.
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    1.
    ADJ [gen] complementary
    2.
    SM [en lotería] bonus number
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo
    1) <trabajos/personalidades> complementary; <ángulos/colores> complementary
    2) ( adicional) additional
    * * *
    = additional, follow-up, supplementary, supporting, fringe, supplemental, integrative.
    Ex. The note area is the part of the description where it is permitted to include any additional information which the cataloguer feels may be of value to the user.
    Ex. This order receives the same follow-up treatment as other orders in the files.
    Ex. The hierarchical relationships associated with selected index terms may be revealed by displaying related terms beneath such terms in a supplementary list in the thesaurus.
    Ex. However, it doesn't take very long before the supporting machine file attains greater importance than the manual catalog.
    Ex. Libraries must also attempt to draw in the public by promoting fringe activities such as art exhibitions, concerts, talks by writers, craft demonstrations and films.
    Ex. Supplemental information was gathered about each library from Bowker's American Library Directory.
    Ex. The CRG set about trying to define a series of integrative levels upon which it would be possible to base the main classes and their order for a new general classification scheme.
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    * actividad complementaria = follow-up activity.
    * complementario (de) = complementary (to).
    * de forma complementaria = complimentarily.
    * de modo complementario = complimentarily.
    * ejercicio complementario = follow-up activity.
    * exploración complementaria = diagnostic test.
    * ser complementario = be integral one to another.
    * ser complementario el uno del otro = be integral one to another.
    * ser complementarios = be integral one to another.
    * subtítulo y/o información complementaria sobre el título = other title information.
    * tarea complementaria = follow-up activity.
    * * *
    - ria adjetivo
    1) <trabajos/personalidades> complementary; <ángulos/colores> complementary
    2) ( adicional) additional
    * * *
    complementario(de)

    Ex: A full classification scheme, complementary to the thesaurus, is the most thorough means of indicating the relationships between the terms in a thesaurus.

    = additional, follow-up, supplementary, supporting, fringe, supplemental, integrative.

    Ex: The note area is the part of the description where it is permitted to include any additional information which the cataloguer feels may be of value to the user.

    Ex: This order receives the same follow-up treatment as other orders in the files.
    Ex: The hierarchical relationships associated with selected index terms may be revealed by displaying related terms beneath such terms in a supplementary list in the thesaurus.
    Ex: However, it doesn't take very long before the supporting machine file attains greater importance than the manual catalog.
    Ex: Libraries must also attempt to draw in the public by promoting fringe activities such as art exhibitions, concerts, talks by writers, craft demonstrations and films.
    Ex: Supplemental information was gathered about each library from Bowker's American Library Directory.
    Ex: The CRG set about trying to define a series of integrative levels upon which it would be possible to base the main classes and their order for a new general classification scheme.
    * actividad complementaria = follow-up activity.
    * complementario (de) = complementary (to).
    * de forma complementaria = complimentarily.
    * de modo complementario = complimentarily.
    * ejercicio complementario = follow-up activity.
    * exploración complementaria = diagnostic test.
    * ser complementario = be integral one to another.
    * ser complementario el uno del otro = be integral one to another.
    * ser complementarios = be integral one to another.
    * subtítulo y/o información complementaria sobre el título = other title information.
    * tarea complementaria = follow-up activity.

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    A
    1 ‹trabajos/personalidades› complementary
    2 ( Mat) ‹ángulos/conjuntos› complementary
    3 ( Fís) ‹colores› complementary
    B (adicional) additional
    allí te pueden dar información complementaria they will be able to give you additional information there
    notas complementarias additional o supplementary notes
    * * *

    complementario
    ◊ - ria adjetivo

    a)personalidades/ángulos/colores complementary


    complementario,-a adjetivo complementary
    ' complementario' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    complementaria
    English:
    ancillary
    - complementary
    - further
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    complementario, -a
    adj
    1. [persona, cosa] complementary
    2. [ángulo] complementary
    3. [color] complementary
    nm
    Esp [en la lotería] = complementary number, Br ≈ bonus ball
    * * *
    adj complementary
    * * *
    : complementary

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  • 931 completamente

    adv.
    completely, totally.
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    1 completely
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    adv.
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    adverbio completely
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    = all the way, completely, entirely, in + Posesivo + entirety, fully, in full, outright, perfectly, purely, squarely, thoroughly, totally, wholly, right through, head and shoulder, roundly, utterly, wholeheartedly [whole-heartedly], altogether, go + the whole hog, the full monty, by a long way, hopelessly + Adjetivo, one hundred percent, flat out, to the hilt, heinously + Adjetivo.
    Ex. Becker takes the topic all the way back to the Coonskin Library and frontier days.
    Ex. A completely specific statement of document content would have to be the text of the document itself.
    Ex. Table 1 may be used anywhere in the schedules, entirely at the discretion of the classifier.
    Ex. Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
    Ex. Although this may seem an obvious statement, there are many instances when the searcher is not fully aware of what can or might be retrieved.
    Ex. Geographical divisions are sometimes given in full in the main schedule, and sometimes elsewhere as tables in classes.
    Ex. The author of an unpublished book normally had to sell it outright for whatever the publisher chose to pay in cash or in printed copies.
    Ex. This is a perfectly acceptable UDC class number but it does not conform to the citation order PME...ST.
    Ex. Indicative-informative abstracts are more common than either the purely indicative or the purely informative abstract.
    Ex. Surveillance licensing is one question which falls squarely into the 'free movement of goods' category and does not involve the harmonization of the laws of member states.
    Ex. Analytical cataloguing is valuable in respect of any type of media, but many of ideas have been tested most thoroughly in the context of monographs and serials.
    Ex. Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
    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. Next morning the heap, now damp right through, was set up on one end of the horse (later called the bank), a bench long enough to take two piles of paper end to end, and about as high as the coffin of the press.
    Ex. 'General recreation or leisure' stands out head and shoulders above all the other books borrowed from the library.
    Ex. The constant demand for a return to the previous situation, so roundly criticised by the committee, may soon be granted.
    Ex. We recount the parts which absorbed us utterly, which made us feel that the alternative world was more vivid, more 'real,' than our life outside the book.
    Ex. I agree whole-heartedly that the subject approach is used chiefly by the beginner, whether it is a historical researcher or a high school student who is looking for term paper material.
    Ex. Service in-depth abandons subject arrangement altogether, and seeks to arrange documents in categories according to their popularity.
    Ex. The article 'Patent information: going the whole hog' presents an overview of Derwent's products in the patent information field.
    Ex. The article ' The digital full monty?' forecasts that the world of information is likely to be dominated by global giants on the one hand and selective niche providers on the other.
    Ex. The best possible candidate, by a long way, is also one who is, for political reasons, a dark horse.
    Ex. Rumor has it that she 'tolerates' Mathilda Panopoulos, having tried many times to engage her in meaningful dialogue only to find her ' hopelessly set in her opinions'.
    Ex. Even if a runner does recover after pulling a muscle they will never be one hundred percent healed.
    Ex. The normally perky and intrepid Cristina is flat out crabby these days.
    Ex. Motorists are under the cosh, feel taxed to the hilt and face record prices at the pumps.
    Ex. What is truly and more heinously wrong though is that the architects of the financial disaster will likely go scot-free.
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    * afectar completamente = engulf.
    * arrasar completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * completamente + Adjetivo = altogether + Adjetivo, downright + Adjetivo, blissfully + Adjetivo.
    * completamente alemán = all-German.
    * completamente corrupto = rotten to the core.
    * completamente decidido a = dead set on.
    * completamente desarrollado = fully-developed.
    * completamente desnudo = stark naked.
    * completamente digital = all-digital.
    * completamente en vigor en = alive and well and living.
    * completamente equipado = with all mods and cons.
    * completamente europeo = all-European.
    * completamente resuelto a = dead set on.
    * completamente seco = bone dry.
    * demoler completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * derribar completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * derrotar completamente = trounce.
    * destrozar completamente = blow + Nombre + to bits.
    * destruido completamente por el fuego = burnt out.
    * destruir completamente = blow + Nombre + to bits.
    * detener completamente = bring to + a (grinding) halt.
    * detenerse completamente = grind to + a (screeching) halt, come to + a (dead) halt, come to + a shuddering halt.
    * estar completamente borracho = be drunk and incapable.
    * estar completamente de acuerdo con = agree + wholeheartedly with.
    * estar completamente equivocado = be way off.
    * introducirse completamente en = immerse + Reflexivo + in.
    * pagar completamente = pay up.
    * quedarse completamente atónito = You could have pushed + Nombre + over with a feather.
    * quemarse completamente = go up in + smoke.
    * romper completamente = break off.
    * romper completamente con = make + a clean break with.
    * ser algo completamente distinto = be nothing of the sort.
    * ser completamente diferente = be in a different league.
    * ser un caso completamente diferente = be in a league of its own.
    * vencer completamente = beat + soundly.
    * Verbo + completamente = quite + Verbo.
    * * *
    adverbio completely
    * * *
    = all the way, completely, entirely, in + Posesivo + entirety, fully, in full, outright, perfectly, purely, squarely, thoroughly, totally, wholly, right through, head and shoulder, roundly, utterly, wholeheartedly [whole-heartedly], altogether, go + the whole hog, the full monty, by a long way, hopelessly + Adjetivo, one hundred percent, flat out, to the hilt, heinously + Adjetivo.

    Ex: Becker takes the topic all the way back to the Coonskin Library and frontier days.

    Ex: A completely specific statement of document content would have to be the text of the document itself.
    Ex: Table 1 may be used anywhere in the schedules, entirely at the discretion of the classifier.
    Ex: Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
    Ex: Although this may seem an obvious statement, there are many instances when the searcher is not fully aware of what can or might be retrieved.
    Ex: Geographical divisions are sometimes given in full in the main schedule, and sometimes elsewhere as tables in classes.
    Ex: The author of an unpublished book normally had to sell it outright for whatever the publisher chose to pay in cash or in printed copies.
    Ex: This is a perfectly acceptable UDC class number but it does not conform to the citation order PME...ST.
    Ex: Indicative-informative abstracts are more common than either the purely indicative or the purely informative abstract.
    Ex: Surveillance licensing is one question which falls squarely into the 'free movement of goods' category and does not involve the harmonization of the laws of member states.
    Ex: Analytical cataloguing is valuable in respect of any type of media, but many of ideas have been tested most thoroughly in the context of monographs and serials.
    Ex: Clearly, the only totally adequate indication of the content of a document is the text of the document in its entirety.
    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: Next morning the heap, now damp right through, was set up on one end of the horse (later called the bank), a bench long enough to take two piles of paper end to end, and about as high as the coffin of the press.
    Ex: 'General recreation or leisure' stands out head and shoulders above all the other books borrowed from the library.
    Ex: The constant demand for a return to the previous situation, so roundly criticised by the committee, may soon be granted.
    Ex: We recount the parts which absorbed us utterly, which made us feel that the alternative world was more vivid, more 'real,' than our life outside the book.
    Ex: I agree whole-heartedly that the subject approach is used chiefly by the beginner, whether it is a historical researcher or a high school student who is looking for term paper material.
    Ex: Service in-depth abandons subject arrangement altogether, and seeks to arrange documents in categories according to their popularity.
    Ex: The article 'Patent information: going the whole hog' presents an overview of Derwent's products in the patent information field.
    Ex: The article ' The digital full monty?' forecasts that the world of information is likely to be dominated by global giants on the one hand and selective niche providers on the other.
    Ex: The best possible candidate, by a long way, is also one who is, for political reasons, a dark horse.
    Ex: Rumor has it that she 'tolerates' Mathilda Panopoulos, having tried many times to engage her in meaningful dialogue only to find her ' hopelessly set in her opinions'.
    Ex: Even if a runner does recover after pulling a muscle they will never be one hundred percent healed.
    Ex: The normally perky and intrepid Cristina is flat out crabby these days.
    Ex: Motorists are under the cosh, feel taxed to the hilt and face record prices at the pumps.
    Ex: What is truly and more heinously wrong though is that the architects of the financial disaster will likely go scot-free.
    * afectar completamente = engulf.
    * arrasar completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * completamente + Adjetivo = altogether + Adjetivo, downright + Adjetivo, blissfully + Adjetivo.
    * completamente alemán = all-German.
    * completamente corrupto = rotten to the core.
    * completamente decidido a = dead set on.
    * completamente desarrollado = fully-developed.
    * completamente desnudo = stark naked.
    * completamente digital = all-digital.
    * completamente en vigor en = alive and well and living.
    * completamente equipado = with all mods and cons.
    * completamente europeo = all-European.
    * completamente resuelto a = dead set on.
    * completamente seco = bone dry.
    * demoler completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * derribar completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * derrotar completamente = trounce.
    * destrozar completamente = blow + Nombre + to bits.
    * destruido completamente por el fuego = burnt out.
    * destruir completamente = blow + Nombre + to bits.
    * detener completamente = bring to + a (grinding) halt.
    * detenerse completamente = grind to + a (screeching) halt, come to + a (dead) halt, come to + a shuddering halt.
    * estar completamente borracho = be drunk and incapable.
    * estar completamente de acuerdo con = agree + wholeheartedly with.
    * estar completamente equivocado = be way off.
    * introducirse completamente en = immerse + Reflexivo + in.
    * pagar completamente = pay up.
    * quedarse completamente atónito = You could have pushed + Nombre + over with a feather.
    * quemarse completamente = go up in + smoke.
    * romper completamente = break off.
    * romper completamente con = make + a clean break with.
    * ser algo completamente distinto = be nothing of the sort.
    * ser completamente diferente = be in a different league.
    * ser un caso completamente diferente = be in a league of its own.
    * vencer completamente = beat + soundly.
    * Verbo + completamente = quite + Verbo.

    * * *
    completely
    está completamente loca she's completely insane
    están completamente borrachos they're blind drunk ( colloq)
    es completamente sordo he is stone deaf
    me parece completamente fuera de lugar I think it's totally out of place
    * * *
    completely, totally;
    estoy completamente seguro/lleno I'm completely sure/full;
    el plan fracasó completamente the plan was a total failure
    * * *
    adv completely, totally
    * * *
    : completely, totally
    * * *
    completamente adv completely
    es completamente normal it's completely normal / it's perfectly normal

    Spanish-English dictionary > completamente

  • 932 completar

    v.
    1 to complete.
    2 to fulfill, to fulfil.
    * * *
    1 (gen) to complete
    2 (acabar) to finish; (perfeccionar) to round off
    * * *
    verb
    to complete, finish
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=terminar) to complete, finish; (=perfeccionar) to finish off, round off; Méx to match
    2) [+ pérdida] to make good
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( terminar) to finish, complete
    2) (AmL) <cuestionario/impreso> to complete, fill out o in
    * * *
    = complete, fill onto, see through + to its completion, fill out, finish, work through, fill in, carry through to + completion, round off, round out.
    Ex. A summary at the end of a document is intended to complete the orientation of the reader, and to identify the significant ideas for the reader to remember.
    Ex. Fill these elements onto a paper form or on to some type of form via an online terminal.
    Ex. I would like to thank all those who at various times throughout the course of the project assisted so ably in seeing the work through to its completion.
    Ex. One of the things that the other two authors and I have done was to find out who filled out these sheets.
    Ex. Activities can be plotted to allow the librarian to determine the most expeditious route that can be taken to finish the event.
    Ex. Some theorists hold that one stage must be completely worked through before the next stage can be entered.
    Ex. The first is dry leafcasting, (a method to fill in missing parts with fibres by suction removal of dust and impregnation with a thermoplastic).
    Ex. The author discusses the development process which began with a concept, continued with the formulation of objectives, and has been carried through to completion.
    Ex. Klaus Ring will round off the plenary sessions with a lecture entitled: 'Are Internet and Print Products Interchangeable Reading Media?' = Klaus Ring culminará las sesiones plenarias el miércoles con una conferencia titulada: "¿Son los Productos Impresos y de Internet Soportes de Lectura Intercambiables?".
    Ex. The second phase of this study will round out the picture sketched by the survey results = La segunda fase de este estudio completará la visión esbozada por los resultados del cuestionario.
    ----
    * completar Algo = complete + the picture.
    * completar el ciclo = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle.
    * completar un cupo = meet + quota.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( terminar) to finish, complete
    2) (AmL) <cuestionario/impreso> to complete, fill out o in
    * * *
    = complete, fill onto, see through + to its completion, fill out, finish, work through, fill in, carry through to + completion, round off, round out.

    Ex: A summary at the end of a document is intended to complete the orientation of the reader, and to identify the significant ideas for the reader to remember.

    Ex: Fill these elements onto a paper form or on to some type of form via an online terminal.
    Ex: I would like to thank all those who at various times throughout the course of the project assisted so ably in seeing the work through to its completion.
    Ex: One of the things that the other two authors and I have done was to find out who filled out these sheets.
    Ex: Activities can be plotted to allow the librarian to determine the most expeditious route that can be taken to finish the event.
    Ex: Some theorists hold that one stage must be completely worked through before the next stage can be entered.
    Ex: The first is dry leafcasting, (a method to fill in missing parts with fibres by suction removal of dust and impregnation with a thermoplastic).
    Ex: The author discusses the development process which began with a concept, continued with the formulation of objectives, and has been carried through to completion.
    Ex: Klaus Ring will round off the plenary sessions with a lecture entitled: 'Are Internet and Print Products Interchangeable Reading Media?' = Klaus Ring culminará las sesiones plenarias el miércoles con una conferencia titulada: "¿Son los Productos Impresos y de Internet Soportes de Lectura Intercambiables?".
    Ex: The second phase of this study will round out the picture sketched by the survey results = La segunda fase de este estudio completará la visión esbozada por los resultados del cuestionario.
    * completar Algo = complete + the picture.
    * completar el ciclo = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle.
    * completar un cupo = meet + quota.

    * * *
    completar [A1 ]
    vt
    A (terminar) to finish, complete
    le faltan dos meses para completar sus estudios she'll be finishing o completing her course in two months
    con este cromo completo la colección this sticker completes my collection
    los fuegos artificiales completaron las fiestas the fireworks rounded off the festivities
    B ( AmL) (rellenar) to complete, fill out o in
    completar un formulario to fill out o in a form
    completar en letra de imprenta complete in block capitals
    * * *

     

    completar ( conjugate completar) verbo transitivo

    b) (AmL) ‹cuestionario/impreso to complete, fill out o in

    completar verbo transitivo to complete
    ' completar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acabar
    - evaluación
    English:
    complete
    - make
    - supplement
    * * *
    vt
    1. [acabar] to complete;
    completaron la reparación en dos horas they completed the repair in two hours;
    esta obra completa la trilogía this work completes the trilogy
    2. [impreso] to fill out o in
    * * *
    v/t complete
    * * *
    terminar: to complete, to finish
    * * *
    completar vb to complete

    Spanish-English dictionary > completar

  • 933 completo

    adj.
    1 complete, entire, integral, uncut.
    2 complete, total, exhaustive, out-and-out.
    3 complete, full-length, all-inclusive, all-round.
    4 complete, concluded, done, finished.
    5 square, hearty.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: completar.
    * * *
    1 (terminado) finished, completed
    2 (lleno) full
    \
    al completo full up, filled to capacity
    por completo completely
    * * *
    (f. - completa)
    adj.
    2) full
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=entero) [dieta] balanced; [colección] complete; [texto, informe] full, complete; [felicidad] complete, total; [panorama] full
    jornada 1), obra 2), b), pensión 3)
    2) (=lleno) full; [hotel] full, fully booked

    completo[en pensión, hostal] no vacancies; [en taquilla] sold out

    al completo: el tren está al completo — the train is full

    3) (=total) [éxito, fracaso] complete, total

    por completo[desaparecer, desconocer] completely

    su partido apoyaba por completo la iniciativa — his party fully supported the initiative, his party gave its full support to the initiative

    4) (=terminado)
    5) (=bien hecho)

    este libro es pequeño, pero bastante completo — this book is small, but quite comprehensive

    6) (=polifacético) [actor, deportista] all-round
    2.
    SM Chile hot dog ( with salad)
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo
    1)
    a) ( entero) complete
    b) (total, absoluto) complete, total
    c) ( exhaustivo) < explicación> detailed; <obra/diccionario> comprehensive; <tesis/ensayo> thorough
    d) <deportista/actor> complete, very versatile
    2) ( lleno) full

    completo — ( en hostal) no vacancies; ( en taquilla) sold out

    II
    masculino (Chi) hot dog (with all the trimmings)
    * * *
    = complete, comprehensive, entire, exhaustive, full [fuller -comp., fullest -sup.], full-blown, full-bodied, full-featured, full-fledged, full-length, full-scale, full-service, thorough, total, well-rounded, end to end, supine, enriched, all-round, whole, utter, all-inclusive, fully formed, fully featured, the works!, unmitigaged, fully blown.
    Ex. The main entry is the complete catalogue record of the document.
    Ex. One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
    Ex. Plainly such representative sections may not be present in many documents, but sometimes an extract from the results, conclusions or recommendations of a document may serve to identify the key issues covered by the entire document.
    Ex. The enumeration of isolates should be exhaustive or complete for the subject area.
    Ex. Since recall goes up as precision goes down, it is clearly not possible to achieve in general a system which gives full recall at the same time as full precision.
    Ex. Reference transactions can range from the ready-reference, or short-answer question, to the full-blown research inquiry to establish methodology.
    Ex. By adulthood the child's literary consciousness has grown into a full-bodied appreciation of the work of the great imaginative writers.
    Ex. The EPIC service is a full-featured on-line reference system that provides subject access, and keyword and Boolean searching to a variety of databases.
    Ex. Once the functional and informal network seeks to widen its influence, it becomes a full-fledged institution.
    Ex. Plays and music performances put on by staff and children require less arduous preparation than a full-length public performance.
    Ex. Obviously, staff will have to be instructed in the use of the new system, be it word processing or a full-scale circulation system.
    Ex. In other words, they want us to start from scratch and come up with a plan for a full-service center, which might then be used as a model for the other regional centers.
    Ex. Timely and thorough planning is essential.
    Ex. This situation requires a very skilled information worker if total disaster is to be avoided.
    Ex. This has produced the matriarchal system in society on the one hand, and well-rounded libraries organized under the slogan 'Libraries are for wallowing in' on the other.
    Ex. Next morning the heap, now damp right through, was set up on one end of the horse (later called the bank), a bench long enough to take two piles of paper end to end, and about as high as the coffin of the press.
    Ex. 'I was saying that we shouldn't have a supine acceptance for temporary limitations'.
    Ex. Union Catalogues may also decide that they need more enriched records because of specific needs.
    Ex. The finest and most influential of these French italics were the work of Robert Granjon, an artist of the stature of his countryman and near-contemporary Garamont and one of the greatest all-round type designers of any period.
    Ex. One of them will take instructions and data from a whole roomful of girls armed with simple keyboard punches.
    Ex. There is little to be said for this grudging acceptance or utter rejection of pseudonyms.
    Ex. It is not an all-inclusive listing of materials on this topic.
    Ex. The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
    Ex. The technology has matured sufficiently that it's now cheap and relatively easy to set up a fully featured repository in quite a short time.
    Ex. Whole cities laid to waste, heroes falling in battle, death of gods, the works!.
    Ex. Only Bush could take a horrible situation and create an unmitigated disaster.
    Ex. This time it's a hairline fracture rather than a fully blown break of a metatarsal, however the result is the same.
    ----
    * alojamiento en régimen de pensión completa = full-board accommodation.
    * a tiempo completo = full-time.
    * base de datos completa = full-provision database.
    * base de datos de texto completo = full text database.
    * catalogación completa = full cataloguing.
    * catálogo de obras completas = back catalogue.
    * curso a tiempo completo = full-time course.
    * de forma completa = in full.
    * de página completa = full-page.
    * de pantalla completa = full-screen.
    * detenerse por completo = come to + a standstill, be at a standstill.
    * dominar por completo = sweep + the board.
    * edición completa = full edition.
    * el + Nombre + más completo = the + Nombre + to end all + Nombre.
    * estar al completo = overbook.
    * fuego + destruir por completo = fire + gut.
    * información de texto completo = full-text information.
    * letra cuya impresión en papel no está completa = broken letter.
    * nombre completo = full name.
    * obras completas = collected works.
    * pagar por completo = pay off.
    * pantalla de información completa = full information display, full information screen.
    * pararse por completo = come to + a standstill, be at a standstill.
    * pensión completa = food and board, bed and board, full board, full-board accommodation.
    * por completo = fully.
    * ser completo = be all inclusive.
    * texto completo = full text.
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo
    1)
    a) ( entero) complete
    b) (total, absoluto) complete, total
    c) ( exhaustivo) < explicación> detailed; <obra/diccionario> comprehensive; <tesis/ensayo> thorough
    d) <deportista/actor> complete, very versatile
    2) ( lleno) full

    completo — ( en hostal) no vacancies; ( en taquilla) sold out

    II
    masculino (Chi) hot dog (with all the trimmings)
    * * *
    = complete, comprehensive, entire, exhaustive, full [fuller -comp., fullest -sup.], full-blown, full-bodied, full-featured, full-fledged, full-length, full-scale, full-service, thorough, total, well-rounded, end to end, supine, enriched, all-round, whole, utter, all-inclusive, fully formed, fully featured, the works!, unmitigaged, fully blown.

    Ex: The main entry is the complete catalogue record of the document.

    Ex: One of the factors to consider in the selection of a data base is whether the data base is comprehensive or not.
    Ex: Plainly such representative sections may not be present in many documents, but sometimes an extract from the results, conclusions or recommendations of a document may serve to identify the key issues covered by the entire document.
    Ex: The enumeration of isolates should be exhaustive or complete for the subject area.
    Ex: Since recall goes up as precision goes down, it is clearly not possible to achieve in general a system which gives full recall at the same time as full precision.
    Ex: Reference transactions can range from the ready-reference, or short-answer question, to the full-blown research inquiry to establish methodology.
    Ex: By adulthood the child's literary consciousness has grown into a full-bodied appreciation of the work of the great imaginative writers.
    Ex: The EPIC service is a full-featured on-line reference system that provides subject access, and keyword and Boolean searching to a variety of databases.
    Ex: Once the functional and informal network seeks to widen its influence, it becomes a full-fledged institution.
    Ex: Plays and music performances put on by staff and children require less arduous preparation than a full-length public performance.
    Ex: Obviously, staff will have to be instructed in the use of the new system, be it word processing or a full-scale circulation system.
    Ex: In other words, they want us to start from scratch and come up with a plan for a full-service center, which might then be used as a model for the other regional centers.
    Ex: Timely and thorough planning is essential.
    Ex: This situation requires a very skilled information worker if total disaster is to be avoided.
    Ex: This has produced the matriarchal system in society on the one hand, and well-rounded libraries organized under the slogan 'Libraries are for wallowing in' on the other.
    Ex: Next morning the heap, now damp right through, was set up on one end of the horse (later called the bank), a bench long enough to take two piles of paper end to end, and about as high as the coffin of the press.
    Ex: 'I was saying that we shouldn't have a supine acceptance for temporary limitations'.
    Ex: Union Catalogues may also decide that they need more enriched records because of specific needs.
    Ex: The finest and most influential of these French italics were the work of Robert Granjon, an artist of the stature of his countryman and near-contemporary Garamont and one of the greatest all-round type designers of any period.
    Ex: One of them will take instructions and data from a whole roomful of girls armed with simple keyboard punches.
    Ex: There is little to be said for this grudging acceptance or utter rejection of pseudonyms.
    Ex: It is not an all-inclusive listing of materials on this topic.
    Ex: The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
    Ex: The technology has matured sufficiently that it's now cheap and relatively easy to set up a fully featured repository in quite a short time.
    Ex: Whole cities laid to waste, heroes falling in battle, death of gods, the works!.
    Ex: Only Bush could take a horrible situation and create an unmitigated disaster.
    Ex: This time it's a hairline fracture rather than a fully blown break of a metatarsal, however the result is the same.
    * alojamiento en régimen de pensión completa = full-board accommodation.
    * a tiempo completo = full-time.
    * base de datos completa = full-provision database.
    * base de datos de texto completo = full text database.
    * catalogación completa = full cataloguing.
    * catálogo de obras completas = back catalogue.
    * curso a tiempo completo = full-time course.
    * de forma completa = in full.
    * de página completa = full-page.
    * de pantalla completa = full-screen.
    * detenerse por completo = come to + a standstill, be at a standstill.
    * dominar por completo = sweep + the board.
    * edición completa = full edition.
    * el + Nombre + más completo = the + Nombre + to end all + Nombre.
    * estar al completo = overbook.
    * fuego + destruir por completo = fire + gut.
    * información de texto completo = full-text information.
    * letra cuya impresión en papel no está completa = broken letter.
    * nombre completo = full name.
    * obras completas = collected works.
    * pagar por completo = pay off.
    * pantalla de información completa = full information display, full information screen.
    * pararse por completo = come to + a standstill, be at a standstill.
    * pensión completa = food and board, bed and board, full board, full-board accommodation.
    * por completo = fully.
    * ser completo = be all inclusive.
    * texto completo = full text.

    * * *
    completo1 -ta
    A
    esta baraja no está completa this deck isn't complete, there's a card/there are some cards missing from this deck
    las obras completas de Neruda the complete works of Neruda
    la serie completa the whole series
    la gama más completa the fullest o most complete range
    2 (total, absoluto) complete, total
    no hay felicidad completa there's no such thing as complete happiness
    por completo completely
    lo olvidé por completo I completely forgot about it, I forgot all about it
    3
    (exhaustivo): una explicación muy completa a very full o detailed explanation
    uno de los diccionarios más completos one of the most comprehensive dictionaries
    un trabajo muy completo a very thorough piece of work
    4 ‹deportista/actor› complete, very versatile
    B (lleno) full
    el tren iba completo the train was full
    el hotel está completo the hotel is full o fully booked
    [ S ] completo (en un hostal) no vacancies; (en una taquilla) sold out
    ( Chi)
    * * *

     

    Del verbo completar: ( conjugate completar)

    completo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    completó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    completar    
    completo
    completar ( conjugate completar) verbo transitivo

    b) (AmL) ‹cuestionario/impreso to complete, fill out o in

    completo
    ◊ -ta adjetivo

    1


    b) (total, absoluto) complete, total;



    obra/diccionario comprehensive;
    tesis/ensayo thorough
    d)deportista/actor complete, very versatile

    2 ( lleno) ‹vagón/hotel full;
    ( on signs) completo ( en hostal) no vacancies;
    ( en taquilla) sold out
    completar verbo transitivo to complete
    completo,-a adjetivo
    1 (entero, total) complete
    2 (lleno) full
    3 (versátil) versatile, complete
    4 (exhaustivo) comprehensive
    ♦ Locuciones: al completo, full up o to capacity
    por completo, completely
    ' completo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    absoluta
    - absoluto
    - acabada
    - acabado
    - calcinar
    - completa
    - entera
    - entero
    - íntegra
    - íntegro
    - parcial
    - plena
    - pleno
    - radical
    - tiempo
    - toda
    - todo
    - alimento
    - integral
    - trabajar
    - trabajo
    English:
    book up
    - clam up
    - clean
    - collected
    - complete
    - completely
    - dedication
    - entirely
    - envelop
    - forge
    - full
    - full-time
    - groundwork
    - outright
    - slip
    - stranglehold
    - strength
    - utter
    - all
    - book
    - capacity
    - comprehensive
    - reversal
    - strict
    - uncut
    * * *
    completo, -a
    adj
    1. [entero] complete;
    nombre completo full name;
    las obras completas de un autor the complete works of an author;
    vino toda la familia al completo the entire family came
    2. [lleno] full;
    [en cartel] [hotel] no vacancies; [aparcamiento] full; [en taquilla] sold out
    el vagón está o [m5] va completo the Br carriage o US car is full;
    todos los hoteles de la ciudad están al completo all the hotels in town are full
    3. [perfecto] complete;
    un deportista muy completo an all-round athlete o Br sportsman;
    un espectáculo muy completo a very well-rounded production
    4. [rotundo] complete;
    un completo silencio complete o total silence;
    fue un completo éxito/fracaso it was a complete success/a complete o total failure;
    es un completo caballero he's an absolute o the complete gentleman;
    es un completo mentiroso he's a complete liar
    5. CSur [café, té, chocolate] = served with toast, butter, cakes and pastries
    nm
    Chile = hot dog with all the trimmings
    por completo loc adv
    completely;
    han desaparecido por completo they have completely disappeared;
    se dedica por completo a la música she devotes herself full-time to music
    * * *
    adj complete; autobús, teatro full;
    por completo completely;
    al completo whole, entire
    * * *
    completo, -ta adj
    1) : complete
    2) : perfect, absolute
    3) : full, detailed
    * * *
    1. (entero) complete
    2. (lleno) full

    Spanish-English dictionary > completo

  • 934 complicado

    adj.
    1 complicated, complex, confusing, complicate.
    2 complicated.
    3 in a delicate condition.
    4 involved.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: complicar.
    * * *
    1→ link=complicar complicar
    1 (gen) complicated, complex
    2 (carácter) complex
    3 (implicado) involved
    * * *
    (f. - complicada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ (=complejo) complicated, complex; (Med) [fractura] compound; [estilo] elaborate; [persona] complex; [método] complicated, involved; (Jur) involved, implicated
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <problema/sistema/situación> complicated, complex
    b) < carácter> complex; < persona> complicated
    c) ( rebuscado)

    no seas tan complicado!don't make life o things difficult for yourself!

    d) <diseño/adorno> elaborate
    * * *
    = confusing, elaborate, intricate, involved, taxing, tricky [trickier -comp., trickiest -sup.], complicated, knotted, tangled.
    Ex. The nature of the compilation of the code led to rather little consensus, and many alternative rules, which together made the code rather confusing.
    Ex. These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
    Ex. The terminology, much of it being either newly coined or adapted to suit the purpose at hand, is sometimes rather intricate.
    Ex. There are also wide ranges of interpretation concerning title entry; for example, one of the exceptions is long titles that are involved and nondistinctive-a thoroughly subjective judgment must be made here.
    Ex. It is difficult to remember the special interests of more than a few people, and hence rather taxing to provide SDI manually to more than a handful of users.
    Ex. Bertrand Russell has written a great deal of sense about the tricky problem of individual liberty and achievement and its relationship to government control.
    Ex. Libraries should only refer users to other information agencies when complicated, specialized, or technical expertise is required.
    Ex. Its intricately knotted narrative begins in 1900 with the sequence of events leading to Oscar Wilde's deathbed conversion.
    Ex. Now, let me express to you, you have, in a manner of speaking, created quite a tangled ball of yarn in this situation.
    ----
    * de aspecto complicado = complicated-looking.
    * demasiado complicado = overcomplicated [over-complicated].
    * ¡En qué lío cada vez más complicado nos metemos al mentir! = O what a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive!.
    * fractura complicada = compound fracture.
    * las cosas son más complicadas de lo que parecen = there's more to it than meets the eye.
    * más complicado de lo que parece = more than meets the eye.
    * poco complicado = uncomplicated, uncomplicatedly.
    * supercomplicado = hyper-complicated.
    * trabajo complicado = major exercise.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <problema/sistema/situación> complicated, complex
    b) < carácter> complex; < persona> complicated
    c) ( rebuscado)

    no seas tan complicado!don't make life o things difficult for yourself!

    d) <diseño/adorno> elaborate
    * * *
    = confusing, elaborate, intricate, involved, taxing, tricky [trickier -comp., trickiest -sup.], complicated, knotted, tangled.

    Ex: The nature of the compilation of the code led to rather little consensus, and many alternative rules, which together made the code rather confusing.

    Ex: These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
    Ex: The terminology, much of it being either newly coined or adapted to suit the purpose at hand, is sometimes rather intricate.
    Ex: There are also wide ranges of interpretation concerning title entry; for example, one of the exceptions is long titles that are involved and nondistinctive-a thoroughly subjective judgment must be made here.
    Ex: It is difficult to remember the special interests of more than a few people, and hence rather taxing to provide SDI manually to more than a handful of users.
    Ex: Bertrand Russell has written a great deal of sense about the tricky problem of individual liberty and achievement and its relationship to government control.
    Ex: Libraries should only refer users to other information agencies when complicated, specialized, or technical expertise is required.
    Ex: Its intricately knotted narrative begins in 1900 with the sequence of events leading to Oscar Wilde's deathbed conversion.
    Ex: Now, let me express to you, you have, in a manner of speaking, created quite a tangled ball of yarn in this situation.
    * de aspecto complicado = complicated-looking.
    * demasiado complicado = overcomplicated [over-complicated].
    * ¡En qué lío cada vez más complicado nos metemos al mentir! = O what a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive!.
    * fractura complicada = compound fracture.
    * las cosas son más complicadas de lo que parecen = there's more to it than meets the eye.
    * más complicado de lo que parece = more than meets the eye.
    * poco complicado = uncomplicated, uncomplicatedly.
    * supercomplicado = hyper-complicated.
    * trabajo complicado = major exercise.

    * * *
    1 ‹problema/historia/situación› complicated, complex; ‹sistema› complicated, complex, involved
    2 ‹carácter› complex; ‹persona› complicated
    3
    (rebuscado): ¡no seas tan complicado! don't make life difficult for yourself!, don't make things so complicated!
    4 ‹diseño› elaborate, complex, intricate; ‹adorno› elaborate
    * * *

     

    Del verbo complicar: ( conjugate complicar)

    complicado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    complicado    
    complicar
    complicado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a)problema/sistema/situación complicated, complex

    b) carácter complex;

    persona complicated
    c)diseño/adorno elaborate

    complicar ( conjugate complicar) verbo transitivo
    a)situación/problema/asunto to complicate, make … complicated

    b) ( implicar) ‹ persona to involve, get … involved

    complicarse verbo pronominal
    a) [situación/problema/asunto] to get complicated;

    [ enfermedad]:

    See Also→ vida 2
    b) ( implicarse) complicadose en algo to get involved in sth

    complicado,-a adjetivo
    1 (complejo) complicated
    2 (implicado) involved
    complicar verbo transitivo
    1 (dificultar) to complicate, make difficult
    2 (implicar) to involve [en, in]: no me compliques en tus asuntos, don't involve me in your affairs
    ' complicado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    accidentada
    - accidentado
    - avispero
    - bizantina
    - bizantino
    - complicada
    - designar
    - fregado
    - más
    - puñetera
    - puñetero
    - rebuscada
    - rebuscado
    - enmarañado
    -
    English:
    can
    - complicated
    - compound
    - convoluted
    - elaborate
    - intricate
    - involved
    - rocky
    - tangled
    - thicken
    - wrestle
    - meet
    - taxing
    - uncomplicated
    * * *
    complicado, -a adj
    1. [situación, problema] complicated
    2. [sistema, procedimiento] complicated
    3. [carácter] complex;
    es un niño muy complicado he's a very complex child
    * * *
    adj complicated
    * * *
    complicado, -da adj
    : complicated
    * * *
    complicado adj complicated / complex

    Spanish-English dictionary > complicado

  • 935 complicar

    v.
    to complicate.
    complicarle la vida a alguien to cause somebody a lot of trouble
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ SACAR], like link=sacar sacar
    1 (gen) to complicate, make complicated
    2 (implicar) to involve (en, in)
    1 (gen) to make difficult for oneself
    2 (implicarse) to get involved (en, in)
    \
    complicarse la vida to make life difficult for oneself, make things hard for oneself
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [gen] to complicate
    2) (Jur) to involve, implicate (en in)
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) <situación/problema/asunto> to complicate, make... complicated; vida 1) a)
    2) ( implicar) < persona> to involve, get... involved
    2.
    complicarse v pron
    1) situación/problema/asunto to get complicated; enfermedad

    se le complicó con un problema respiratorio — he developed respiratory complications; vida 1) a)

    * * *
    = compound, tangle.
    Ex. This heterogeneity of object, function, and relation is compounded by imprecision due to indirectness of access and to indefiniteness of need.
    Ex. The more unsuccessful she was the more bitter she became, and the more tangled in the web drawn about her by her husband and children.
    ----
    * complicar las cosas = make + things complex, add + salt to the wound, add + salt to injury, add + insult to injury, rub + salt in the wound.
    * complicar la situación = cloud + the issue, confuse + the issue.
    * complicarse = thicken.
    * complicarse las cosas = be hung up on.
    * complicarse la vida = ask for + trouble.
    * complicar un problema = compound + problem.
    * para complicar aun más las cosas = to add to the confusion.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) <situación/problema/asunto> to complicate, make... complicated; vida 1) a)
    2) ( implicar) < persona> to involve, get... involved
    2.
    complicarse v pron
    1) situación/problema/asunto to get complicated; enfermedad

    se le complicó con un problema respiratorio — he developed respiratory complications; vida 1) a)

    * * *
    = compound, tangle.

    Ex: This heterogeneity of object, function, and relation is compounded by imprecision due to indirectness of access and to indefiniteness of need.

    Ex: The more unsuccessful she was the more bitter she became, and the more tangled in the web drawn about her by her husband and children.
    * complicar las cosas = make + things complex, add + salt to the wound, add + salt to injury, add + insult to injury, rub + salt in the wound.
    * complicar la situación = cloud + the issue, confuse + the issue.
    * complicarse = thicken.
    * complicarse las cosas = be hung up on.
    * complicarse la vida = ask for + trouble.
    * complicar un problema = compound + problem.
    * para complicar aun más las cosas = to add to the confusion.

    * * *
    complicar [A2 ]
    vt
    A ‹situación/problema/asunto› to complicate, make … complicated
    no me compliques la vida don't make life difficult for me
    B (implicar) ‹persona› to involve, get … involved
    no me quieras complicar a mí en esa componenda don't try to get me mixed up o involved in that shady deal
    A «situación/problema/asunto» to get complicated
    no era grave pero se le complicó con un problema respiratorio it wasn't serious but he developed respiratory complications
    B (implicarse) complicarse EN algo to get involved IN sth, to get involved WITH sth ( AmE)
    * * *

    Multiple Entries:
    complicar    
    complicar algo
    complicar ( conjugate complicar) verbo transitivo
    a)situación/problema/asunto to complicate, make … complicated

    b) ( implicar) ‹ persona to involve, get … involved

    complicarse verbo pronominal
    a) [situación/problema/asunto] to get complicated;

    [ enfermedad]:

    See Also→ vida 2
    b) ( implicarse) complicarse en algo to get involved in sth

    complicar verbo transitivo
    1 (dificultar) to complicate, make difficult
    2 (implicar) to involve [en, in]: no me compliques en tus asuntos, don't involve me in your affairs
    ' complicar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    complicate
    - confuse
    * * *
    vt
    1. [dificultar] to complicate;
    esas declaraciones complican la obtención de un acuerdo that statement will make it more difficult to reach an agreement;
    complicarle la vida a alguien to make life difficult for sb
    2. [comprometer]
    complicar a alguien (en) to involve sb (in)
    * * *
    v/t
    1 complicate
    2
    :
    complicar a alguien en algo involve s.o. in sth
    * * *
    complicar {72} vt
    1) : to complicate
    2) : to involve
    * * *

    Spanish-English dictionary > complicar

  • 936 componente

    adj.
    component, constituent.
    m.
    component (gen) & ( electricity and electronics).
    * * *
    1 component, constituent
    1 (pieza) component, constituent; (ingrediente) ingredient
    2 (miembro) member
    \
    * * *
    noun m.
    component, constituent
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ [gen] component, constituent
    2. SM
    1) (=miembro) member
    2) (=parte) (Quím) component; (Mec) part, component; (Culin) ingredient

    componentes lógicos — (Inform) software

    3) (Meteo)
    * * *
    I
    a) ( de sustancia) constituent (part), component (part); (de equipo, comisión) member
    b) (Tec) component
    II
    femenino (Fís) component
    * * *
    = component, constituent, element, ingredient, building block, token.
    Ex. The primary components in this area are place of publication, publisher's name and date of publication (that is, the date of edition).
    Ex. A kit is an item containing two or more categories of material, no one of which is identifiable as the predominant constituent of the item; also designated multimedia item.
    Ex. In order to support these three elements it is important to have some organisation which takes responsibility for revision and publication.
    Ex. Typically a patent abstract is informative, and includes in the case of a mixture, its ingredients.
    Ex. This article seeks to explain why current on-line products have, despite tremendous capitalisation, not yet achieved satisfactory returns, but have provided the necessary building blocks towards future products.
    Ex. In this case the data is the number of types, not tokens.
    ----
    * ajuste de la componente estacional = seasonal adjustment.
    * análisis de componentes principales = principal component(s) analysis.
    * componente alfa = alpha-component.
    * componente clave = key element, building block.
    * componente eléctrico = electrical part.
    * componente mecánico = mechanical part.
    * componentes del marketing, los = marketing mix, the.
    * * *
    I
    a) ( de sustancia) constituent (part), component (part); (de equipo, comisión) member
    b) (Tec) component
    II
    femenino (Fís) component
    * * *
    = component, constituent, element, ingredient, building block, token.

    Ex: The primary components in this area are place of publication, publisher's name and date of publication (that is, the date of edition).

    Ex: A kit is an item containing two or more categories of material, no one of which is identifiable as the predominant constituent of the item; also designated multimedia item.
    Ex: In order to support these three elements it is important to have some organisation which takes responsibility for revision and publication.
    Ex: Typically a patent abstract is informative, and includes in the case of a mixture, its ingredients.
    Ex: This article seeks to explain why current on-line products have, despite tremendous capitalisation, not yet achieved satisfactory returns, but have provided the necessary building blocks towards future products.
    Ex: In this case the data is the number of types, not tokens.
    * ajuste de la componente estacional = seasonal adjustment.
    * análisis de componentes principales = principal component(s) analysis.
    * componente alfa = alpha-component.
    * componente clave = key element, building block.
    * componente eléctrico = electrical part.
    * componente mecánico = mechanical part.
    * componentes del marketing, los = marketing mix, the.

    * * *
    ‹elemento› component ( before n), constituent ( before n)
    1 (de una sustancia) constituent, constituent part, component, component part; (de un equipo, una comisión) member
    2 ( Tec) component
    ( Fís) component
    * * *

    componente sustantivo masculino

    (de equipo, comisión) member
    b) (Tec) component

    componente
    I adjetivo component
    II mf (de un grupo, equipo) member
    III m (elemento, pieza) component
    (ingrediente) ingredient
    ' componente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    resistencia
    English:
    component
    - constituent
    - element
    - ingredient
    * * *
    adj
    component, constituent
    nm
    1. [pieza] component
    2. [de sustancia] constituent
    3. Gram component
    nmf
    [persona] member
    nf
    viento de componente este/sur easterly/southerly wind
    * * *
    m component;
    componentes de automóviles vehicle parts o components
    * * *
    componente adj & nm
    : component, constituent

    Spanish-English dictionary > componente

  • 937 componer1

    1 = make up, compose, make, fall under.
    Ex. Each volume is make up of several issues which appear in the next lower level.
    Ex. There have never been any attempts to compose a bibliography of US government documents relating to international law.
    Ex. This concept comes mainly from the military, where a designated number of troops make a squad, a platoon, a regiment, etc..
    Ex. It is the type of compound that is of primary importance to researchers in chemistry, not the total sum of individual compounds that fall under it.
    ----
    * componer(se) de = be composed of, comprise (of), consist of, make out of.

    Spanish-English dictionary > componer1

  • 938 componerse de

    v.
    1 to consist of, to be made out of, to break down into.
    2 to consist of.
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = be composed of, comprise (of), consist of, make out of
    Ex. Records are composed of a number of fields.
    Ex. The first edition comprised basic classes analysed into facets, using the colon as the notational device for synthesis.
    Ex. The scheme consists of twenty-one classes published in thirty-one separately published schedules.
    Ex. This brings us back to the fact that books are made out of other books; that there is a family tree to which each book belongs.
    * * *
    (v.) = be composed of, comprise (of), consist of, make out of

    Ex: Records are composed of a number of fields.

    Ex: The first edition comprised basic classes analysed into facets, using the colon as the notational device for synthesis.
    Ex: The scheme consists of twenty-one classes published in thirty-one separately published schedules.
    Ex: This brings us back to the fact that books are made out of other books; that there is a family tree to which each book belongs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > componerse de

  • 939 comportamiento lingüístico

    Ex. The field of computational linguistics is exciting insomuch as it permits linguists of different stripes to model language behaviour.
    * * *

    Ex: The field of computational linguistics is exciting insomuch as it permits linguists of different stripes to model language behaviour.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comportamiento lingüístico

  • 940 composición

    f.
    1 composition, work, piece, opus.
    2 composition, article, essay, paper.
    3 make-up, constitution, conformation, formation.
    4 setting-up.
    * * *
    1 (gen) composition
    2 (acuerdo) agreement
    3 (arreglo) arrangement
    4 (en impresión) setting, composition
    \
    hacer composición de lugar (decidirse) to make a plan of action 2 (formarse una idea) to get a picture of a situation
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (Mús, Quím, Arte) composition
    2) (Educ) essay
    3)

    composición de lugar — stocktaking, inventory

    4) (Tip) typesetting
    5) [de desacuerdo] settlement; [de personas] reconciliation

    composición procesal — (Jur) out-of-court settlement

    6) (=arreglo) arrangement
    * * *
    1)
    a) (de grupo, equipo) composition, makeup
    b) ( de sustancia) composition
    2) (Art, Fot, Mús) composition; (Educ) ( redacción) composition

    hacerse una composición de lugar: para que te hagas una composición de composición, la cocina es alargada just to give you an idea, the kitchen is long and narrow; se hizo una composición de composición y decidió irse — he took stock of the situation and decided to leave

    * * *
    = composition, essay, make, setting, writing, make-up [makeup], constitution.
    Ex. In particular, a title that consists solely of the name(s) of type(s) of composition requires the following elements in addition to the statement of the medium of performance: serial number, opus number or thematic index number, key.
    Ex. In a journal most formal items including articles, essays, discussions and reviews can be expected to be accompanied by an abstract.
    Ex. Typically a patent abstract is informative, and includes in the case of an article, its method of making or manufacture.
    Ex. A companionship was a team of piecework compositors, led by one of their number, who co-operated in the setting of a book and submitted a single bill for the work, the proceeds of which were then divided amongst themselves.
    Ex. This is a project for collaboration in formal report writing based on current social theories of writing.
    Ex. Account also had to be taken of the disparate make-up and wide age-spread of a reader community which consists of Commission officials and trainees plus diverse visitors from outside.
    Ex. The chemical constitution of these materials is described and their deterioration characteristics explained.
    ----
    * composición de canciones = songwriting [song-writing].
    * composición de imágenes = image setting.
    * composición demográfica = demographic composition.
    * composición musical = musical composition.
    * composición musical manida = war horse.
    * composición original = creative writing.
    * composición por confrontación de ideas = brain-writing.
    * composición tipográfica = typesetting [type-setting].
    * composición tipográfica automatizada = computerised typesetting.
    * composición tipográfica por ordenador = computer typesetting.
    * sala de composición = composing room.
    * taller de trabajo sobre composición = writing workshop.
    * técnicas de composición escrita = writing skills.
    * * *
    1)
    a) (de grupo, equipo) composition, makeup
    b) ( de sustancia) composition
    2) (Art, Fot, Mús) composition; (Educ) ( redacción) composition

    hacerse una composición de lugar: para que te hagas una composición de composición, la cocina es alargada just to give you an idea, the kitchen is long and narrow; se hizo una composición de composición y decidió irse — he took stock of the situation and decided to leave

    * * *
    = composition, essay, make, setting, writing, make-up [makeup], constitution.

    Ex: In particular, a title that consists solely of the name(s) of type(s) of composition requires the following elements in addition to the statement of the medium of performance: serial number, opus number or thematic index number, key.

    Ex: In a journal most formal items including articles, essays, discussions and reviews can be expected to be accompanied by an abstract.
    Ex: Typically a patent abstract is informative, and includes in the case of an article, its method of making or manufacture.
    Ex: A companionship was a team of piecework compositors, led by one of their number, who co-operated in the setting of a book and submitted a single bill for the work, the proceeds of which were then divided amongst themselves.
    Ex: This is a project for collaboration in formal report writing based on current social theories of writing.
    Ex: Account also had to be taken of the disparate make-up and wide age-spread of a reader community which consists of Commission officials and trainees plus diverse visitors from outside.
    Ex: The chemical constitution of these materials is described and their deterioration characteristics explained.
    * composición de canciones = songwriting [song-writing].
    * composición de imágenes = image setting.
    * composición demográfica = demographic composition.
    * composición musical = musical composition.
    * composición musical manida = war horse.
    * composición original = creative writing.
    * composición por confrontación de ideas = brain-writing.
    * composición tipográfica = typesetting [type-setting].
    * composición tipográfica automatizada = computerised typesetting.
    * composición tipográfica por ordenador = computer typesetting.
    * sala de composición = composing room.
    * taller de trabajo sobre composición = writing workshop.
    * técnicas de composición escrita = writing skills.

    * * *
    A
    1 (de un grupo, equipo) composition, makeup
    la actual composición de la junta the present composition o makeup of the board
    2 (de una sustancia) composition
    B
    1 (obra) composition, work
    2 ( Mús) (disciplina) composition
    3 (ejercicio) composition
    4 ( Art, Fot) composition
    hacerse una composición de lugar: para que te hagas una composición de composición, la cocina es la cuarta parte de ésta just to give you an idea o to help you picture it, the kitchen is a quarter of the size of this one
    se hizo una composición de composición y decidió irse he took stock of o sized up the situation and decided to leave
    Compuesto:
    typesetting
    * * *

     

    composición sustantivo femenino
    composition
    composición sustantivo femenino composition
    ' composición' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    concierto
    - ser
    - movimiento
    - tarantela
    - baile
    - consistir
    - coro
    - de
    - dúo
    - falla
    - redactar
    - tema
    - terreno
    English:
    composition
    - layout
    - make-up
    - sketch
    - typesetting
    - essay
    - sum
    * * *
    1. [de sustancia, producto] composition
    composición química chemical composition
    2. [de equipo, comité] composition, make-up
    3. [obra literaria] work;
    [obra musical] composition, work composición musical composition;
    composición poética poetic composition, poem
    4. [técnica musical] composition
    5. [redacción] essay, composition ( sobre on)
    6. [en fotografía, pintura] composition;
    hacerse una composición de lugar to size up the situation;
    no me hago una composición de lugar, ¿cómo es la casa? I can't quite visualize it, what's the house like?
    7. Ling compounding, combination
    8. [en imprenta] typesetting
    * * *
    f composition
    * * *
    1) obra: composition, work
    2) : makeup, arrangement
    * * *
    composición n composition

    Spanish-English dictionary > composición

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