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  • 1 armamento

    m.
    1 arms (armas).
    2 arming.
    3 armament, arms, weapons, armaments.
    * * *
    1 (acción) armament, arming
    1 (armas) armaments, arms
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Mil) armament

    armamentos — armaments, arms

    carrera 2)
    2) (Náut) fitting-out
    3) (Téc) framework
    * * *
    masculino armaments (pl)
    * * *
    = armoury [armory, -USA], weaponry, armament, munition, weapon, military hardware.
    Ex. Natural language indexing will certainly continue to be used as part of the retrieval armory in computer-based information systems.
    Ex. NACs see their role as champions of the inarticulate by either taking up their case or providing groups with the information weaponry to campaign for their rights.
    Ex. Power takes many forms -- wealth, armaments, civil authority etc., it is entropic, and in the community it exists in a basic equilibrium.
    Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex. Care must be exercised in seeing that these teaching aids do not become weapons to browbeat with.
    Ex. In effect we deputized him to maintain stability in the gulf and promised to sell Iran almost any military hardware the shah desired.
    ----
    * armamento bioquímico = bioweapon.
    * armamento letal = lethal weaponry.
    * armamento militar = military hardware.
    * armamento no letal = non-lethal weaponry.
    * armamento nuclear = nuclear weapons.
    * control del armamento = arms control.
    * * *
    masculino armaments (pl)
    * * *
    = armoury [armory, -USA], weaponry, armament, munition, weapon, military hardware.

    Ex: Natural language indexing will certainly continue to be used as part of the retrieval armory in computer-based information systems.

    Ex: NACs see their role as champions of the inarticulate by either taking up their case or providing groups with the information weaponry to campaign for their rights.
    Ex: Power takes many forms -- wealth, armaments, civil authority etc., it is entropic, and in the community it exists in a basic equilibrium.
    Ex: Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex: Care must be exercised in seeing that these teaching aids do not become weapons to browbeat with.
    Ex: In effect we deputized him to maintain stability in the gulf and promised to sell Iran almost any military hardware the shah desired.
    * armamento bioquímico = bioweapon.
    * armamento letal = lethal weaponry.
    * armamento militar = military hardware.
    * armamento no letal = non-lethal weaponry.
    * armamento nuclear = nuclear weapons.
    * control del armamento = arms control.

    * * *
    armaments (pl)
    * * *

    armamento sustantivo masculino
    armaments (pl)
    armamento sustantivo masculino armaments pl
    ' armamento' also found in these entries:
    English:
    armament
    - hard
    - weaponry
    * * *
    1. [armas] arms;
    armamento ligero/pesado light/heavy weaponry;
    el armamento nuclear de un país a country's nuclear arsenal
    2. [acción] arming
    * * *
    m armaments pl
    * * *
    : armament, arms pl, weaponry
    * * *
    armamento n arms

    Spanish-English dictionary > armamento

  • 2 artillería sin detonar

    Ex. Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.
    * * *

    Ex: Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.

    Spanish-English dictionary > artillería sin detonar

  • 3 basurero1

    1 = trash dump, dumping ground, rubbish dump.
    Ex. City workers carried out orders to burn some of the library books, while others were buried with the aid of a bulldozer; the remaining books were loaded on trucks and hauled away to trash dumps on the outskirts of the city.
    Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex. Nothing is left except debris and there remains nothing to salvage: only to bulldoze, clear and throw into rubbish dumps.

    Spanish-English dictionary > basurero1

  • 4 bomba clúster

    (n.) = cluster munition, cluster bomb
    Ex. Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.
    Ex. Because cluster bombs release many small unexploded bomblets over a wide area, they can kill or maim civilians long after a conflict has ended.
    * * *
    (n.) = cluster munition, cluster bomb

    Ex: Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.

    Ex: Because cluster bombs release many small unexploded bomblets over a wide area, they can kill or maim civilians long after a conflict has ended.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bomba clúster

  • 5 bomba de dispersión

    (n.) = cluster bomb, cluster munition
    Ex. Because cluster bombs release many small unexploded bomblets over a wide area, they can kill or maim civilians long after a conflict has ended.
    Ex. Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.
    * * *
    (n.) = cluster bomb, cluster munition

    Ex: Because cluster bombs release many small unexploded bomblets over a wide area, they can kill or maim civilians long after a conflict has ended.

    Ex: Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bomba de dispersión

  • 6 bomba de racimo

    (n.) = cluster munition, cluster bomb
    Ex. Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.
    Ex. Because cluster bombs release many small unexploded bomblets over a wide area, they can kill or maim civilians long after a conflict has ended.
    * * *
    (n.) = cluster munition, cluster bomb

    Ex: Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.

    Ex: Because cluster bombs release many small unexploded bomblets over a wide area, they can kill or maim civilians long after a conflict has ended.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bomba de racimo

  • 7 granada2

    2 = grenade.
    Ex. Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.
    ----
    * granada de mano = hand grenade.
    * lanzador de granadas = grenade launcher.

    Spanish-English dictionary > granada2

  • 8 inmaculado

    adj.
    1 spotless, pure, faultless, immaculate.
    2 immaculate, undefiled.
    * * *
    1 immaculate
    \
    la Inmaculada the Virgin Mary
    * * *
    (f. - inmaculada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=limpio) [baño, cocina] immaculate, spotless; [persona, ropa] immaculate; [honradez, reputación] impeccable
    2) (Rel)
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <presentación/vestido/superficie> immaculate

    la blancura inmaculada de la nieve — (liter) the pristine whiteness of the snow (liter)

    b) < fama> impeccable
    c) (ant) < mujer> chaste
    * * *
    = immaculate, pristine, unblemished, stainless.
    Ex. This article traces the life of Otto Rohse, his immaculate typography, imaginative and sensitive illustrations, and his private press.
    Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex. Many traditional treatments, on the other hand, have tended to glorify him portraying him as an unblemished hero.
    Ex. In this study of sapphism in the British novel, Moore often directs our attention to the periphery of sapphic romances, when an abjected body suffers on behalf of the stainless heroine.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <presentación/vestido/superficie> immaculate

    la blancura inmaculada de la nieve — (liter) the pristine whiteness of the snow (liter)

    b) < fama> impeccable
    c) (ant) < mujer> chaste
    * * *
    = immaculate, pristine, unblemished, stainless.

    Ex: This article traces the life of Otto Rohse, his immaculate typography, imaginative and sensitive illustrations, and his private press.

    Ex: Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex: Many traditional treatments, on the other hand, have tended to glorify him portraying him as an unblemished hero.
    Ex: In this study of sapphism in the British novel, Moore often directs our attention to the periphery of sapphic romances, when an abjected body suffers on behalf of the stainless heroine.

    * * *
    1 ‹presentación› impeccable, immaculate; ‹vestido› immaculate; ‹superficie› spotless
    la blancura inmaculada de la nieve ( liter); the pure o ( liter) pristine whiteness of the snow
    2 ‹fama› impeccable
    3 ( ant); ‹mujer› chaste
    Compuesto:
    feminine Immaculate Conception
    * * *

    inmaculado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a)presentación/vestido/superficie immaculate

    b) fama impeccable

    inmaculado,-a adjetivo immaculate
    ' inmaculado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    inmaculada
    English:
    pristine
    * * *
    inmaculado, -a adj
    1. [sin mancha] spotless;
    llevaba un inmaculado traje blanco he was wearing a spotless white suit
    2. [sin pecado] unblemished;
    el candidato tiene un pasado inmaculado the candidate has an unblemished past
    * * *
    adj immaculate
    * * *
    inmaculado, -da adj
    : immaculate, spotless

    Spanish-English dictionary > inmaculado

  • 9 munición

    f.
    munition, ammunition, bullet, ammo.
    * * *
    1 ammunition, munitions plural
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (tb: municiones) (=balas) ammunition, munitions pl ; (=pertrechos) stores pl, supplies pl

    municiones de boca — provisions, rations

    2) (Mil)

    de municiónarmy antes de s, service antes de s

    3) CAm uniform
    * * *
    a) ( carga) tb

    municiones — ammunition, munitions (pl)

    b) ( pertrechos) supplies
    c) (Chi) ( perdigón) pellet
    * * *
    = munition, ammunition, ammo.
    Nota: Abreviatura de ammunition.
    Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex. In pre-World War II days, shrapnel was regarded as the most efficient type of ammunition against troops in the open.
    Ex. Officers noted that the slain man's gun and ammo were missing.
    ----
    * armarse de munición = arm + Reflexivo + with ammunition.
    * disparar cartuchos vacíos, disparar munición de fogueo = fire + blanks.
    * munición cargada = live ammunition, live munition.
    * munición de verdad = live ammunition, live munition.
    * * *
    a) ( carga) tb

    municiones — ammunition, munitions (pl)

    b) ( pertrechos) supplies
    c) (Chi) ( perdigón) pellet
    * * *
    = munition, ammunition, ammo.
    Nota: Abreviatura de ammunition.

    Ex: Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.

    Ex: In pre-World War II days, shrapnel was regarded as the most efficient type of ammunition against troops in the open.
    Ex: Officers noted that the slain man's gun and ammo were missing.
    * armarse de munición = arm + Reflexivo + with ammunition.
    * disparar cartuchos vacíos, disparar munición de fogueo = fire + blanks.
    * munición cargada = live ammunition, live munition.
    * munición de verdad = live ammunition, live munition.

    * * *
    1 (carga) tb
    municiones ammunition, munitions (pl)
    2 ( Mil) (aprovisionamiento) supplying
    3 ( Chi) (perdigón) pellet
    Compuesto:
    provisions (pl)
    * * *

    munición sustantivo femenino ( carga) tb

    munición sustantivo femenino ammunition

    ' munición' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    metralla
    English:
    ammo
    - ammunition
    * * *
    ammunition;
    municiones ammunition;
    Fig
    el escándalo sirvió de munición para atacar al gobierno the scandal gave them ammunition to attack the government
    * * *
    f ammunition
    * * *
    munición n ammunition

    Spanish-English dictionary > munición

  • 10 munición cargada

    (n.) = live ammunition, live munition
    Ex. Soldiers are being told they cannot train with live ammunition unless they are due to go to Afghanistan, according to reports.
    Ex. 'The use of live munitions must also not cause collateral damage to property or lives of innocent members of the public,' Anupong said.
    * * *
    (n.) = live ammunition, live munition

    Ex: Soldiers are being told they cannot train with live ammunition unless they are due to go to Afghanistan, according to reports.

    Ex: 'The use of live munitions must also not cause collateral damage to property or lives of innocent members of the public,' Anupong said.

    Spanish-English dictionary > munición cargada

  • 11 munición de verdad

    (n.) = live ammunition, live munition
    Ex. Soldiers are being told they cannot train with live ammunition unless they are due to go to Afghanistan, according to reports.
    Ex. 'The use of live munitions must also not cause collateral damage to property or lives of innocent members of the public,' Anupong said.
    * * *
    (n.) = live ammunition, live munition

    Ex: Soldiers are being told they cannot train with live ammunition unless they are due to go to Afghanistan, according to reports.

    Ex: 'The use of live munitions must also not cause collateral damage to property or lives of innocent members of the public,' Anupong said.

    Spanish-English dictionary > munición de verdad

  • 12 original

    adj.
    1 original (nuevo, primero).
    2 eccentric, different (raro).
    m.
    original.
    * * *
    1 (gen) original
    1 original
    \
    en el original in the original
    ser original de (procedente de, nacido en) from
    * * *
    noun m. adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=inicial) [idea, documento, idioma] original; [edición] first
    pecado 1)
    2) (=novedoso) original
    3) (=raro) unusual, original; (=extravagante) eccentric

    él siempre tiene que ser tan originaliró he always has to be so different

    4) (=creativo) original
    5) (=procedente)

    ser original de[planta, animal] to be native to

    2. SM
    1) (=modelo) original
    2) (Tip) (tb: original de imprenta) manuscript, original, copy
    * * *
    I
    1) (primero, no copiado) original
    2) <artista/enfoque> original

    tú siempre tan original! — (iró) you always have to be different!

    II
    masculino original

    un original de Dalí — a Dalí original, an original Dalí

    * * *
    = creative, manuscript, master, master copy, original, original document, master, raw, pristine, founding, unedited.
    Ex. His definitive article, 'Backlog to Frontlog,' Library Journal (September 15, 1969), was indicative of his creative and simple, yet effective and economical solutions to traditional library problems.
    Ex. A manuscript is a writing made by hand (including musical scores), typescripts, and inscriptions on clay tablets, stone, etc.
    Ex. The great significance of a fully developed network will be that it will relieve libraries of the necessity of maintaining their own copies of the master data base.
    Ex. Normally, before a manuscript is printed or duplicated in multiple copies the editor will be provided with printer's proofs or a master copy.
    Ex. Here entry is made under the original author of an edition that has been revised, enlarged, updated, condensed, and so on by another person.
    Ex. An abstract is a concise and accurate representation of the contents of a document, in a style similar to that of the original document.
    Ex. The supply would need to be replenished when the multiple copies had been used, so a master would be kept - usually for offset litho reproduction or for cutting a stencil on an electronic scanner.
    Ex. Vegetable fibres in their raw state contain the necessary strands of cellulose which can be converted into paper.
    Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex. The founding missions have being found increasingly ill-suited for the demands of the marketplace.
    Ex. This bank of data represented a valuable source of unedited views about users' perceptions, thoughts and attitudes about libraries and electronic resources.
    ----
    * base de datos en estado original = raw database.
    * edición original = original edition.
    * error del original = sic.
    * estar hecho con la mismas dimensiones que el original = be to scale.
    * original de una obra de arte = art original.
    * original listo para reproducir = camera-ready copy.
    * pecado original, el = original sin, the.
    * poco original = unoriginal.
    * título original = original title.
    * * *
    I
    1) (primero, no copiado) original
    2) <artista/enfoque> original

    tú siempre tan original! — (iró) you always have to be different!

    II
    masculino original

    un original de Dalí — a Dalí original, an original Dalí

    * * *
    = creative, manuscript, master, master copy, original, original document, master, raw, pristine, founding, unedited.

    Ex: His definitive article, 'Backlog to Frontlog,' Library Journal (September 15, 1969), was indicative of his creative and simple, yet effective and economical solutions to traditional library problems.

    Ex: A manuscript is a writing made by hand (including musical scores), typescripts, and inscriptions on clay tablets, stone, etc.
    Ex: The great significance of a fully developed network will be that it will relieve libraries of the necessity of maintaining their own copies of the master data base.
    Ex: Normally, before a manuscript is printed or duplicated in multiple copies the editor will be provided with printer's proofs or a master copy.
    Ex: Here entry is made under the original author of an edition that has been revised, enlarged, updated, condensed, and so on by another person.
    Ex: An abstract is a concise and accurate representation of the contents of a document, in a style similar to that of the original document.
    Ex: The supply would need to be replenished when the multiple copies had been used, so a master would be kept - usually for offset litho reproduction or for cutting a stencil on an electronic scanner.
    Ex: Vegetable fibres in their raw state contain the necessary strands of cellulose which can be converted into paper.
    Ex: Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex: The founding missions have being found increasingly ill-suited for the demands of the marketplace.
    Ex: This bank of data represented a valuable source of unedited views about users' perceptions, thoughts and attitudes about libraries and electronic resources.
    * base de datos en estado original = raw database.
    * edición original = original edition.
    * error del original = sic.
    * estar hecho con la mismas dimensiones que el original = be to scale.
    * original de una obra de arte = art original.
    * original listo para reproducir = camera-ready copy.
    * pecado original, el = original sin, the.
    * poco original = unoriginal.
    * título original = original title.

    * * *
    A
    1 (primero, inicial) ‹texto› original
    en su forma original in its original form
    2 (no copiado) original
    es un Hockney original it's an original Hockney
    B (novedoso) ‹artista/novela/enfoque› original
    ¡tú siempre tan original! ( iró); you always have to be different!
    C
    (de un país, una región): el maíz es original de América corn originated in o originally came from America, corn is native to America
    original
    un original de Dalí a Dalí original, an original Dalí
    mándale el original y archiva la copia send her the original and file the copy
    lo leyó en el original she read it in the original French ( o Spanish etc)
    Compuesto:
    original, manuscript
    * * *

     

    original adjetivo / noun masculine
    original
    original
    I adjetivo original
    II mf original: tengo que entregar el original a la imprenta, I have to give the original to the printer's
    ' original' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    m.s.
    - novedosa
    - novedoso
    - originaria
    - originario
    - pecado
    - primitiva
    - primitivo
    - promotor
    - promotora
    - retornar
    - subtítulo
    - versión
    - vista
    - visto
    - VO
    - subtitular
    English:
    arrange
    - beat down
    - close
    - creative
    - derivative
    - first
    - individual
    - master
    - novel
    - original
    - originally
    - sell back
    - unconventional
    - unusual
    - different
    - line
    - secondary
    - stick
    - unoriginal
    * * *
    adj
    1. [nuevo, primero] original;
    el texto original the original text;
    en versión original in the original version
    2. [no imitación] original;
    este es original y esta la copia this is original and this is the copy;
    un Velázquez original an original Velázquez
    3. [inusual] original;
    esa corbata es muy original that's a very original o unusual tie
    4. [raro] different, eccentric;
    tú siempre tan original you always have to be different
    5. [procedente]
    ser original de [persona] to be a native of;
    [animal, planta] to be native to
    nm
    1. [primera versión] original;
    hay que entregar tres copias y el original you have to give them the original and three copies;
    leer algo en el original to read sth in the original
    2. [manuscrito] manuscript
    * * *
    m/adj original
    * * *
    original adj & nm
    : original
    * * *
    original adj n original

    Spanish-English dictionary > original

  • 13 pertrechos

    m.pl.
    1 supplies and ammunition (military).
    2 gear (utensilios).
    3 implements, materials, tools, equipment.
    4 military supplies, military equipment.
    * * *
    1 equipment sing
    2 MILITAR military equipment sing
    * * *
    noun m. plural
    * * *
    SMPL
    1) (=útiles) gear sing
    2) (Mil) [gen] supplies and stores; (=provisiones) provisions; (=munición) munitions
    * * *
    masculino plural
    a) (Mil) military equipment, military supplies (pl)
    b) (equipo, utensilios) tackle, gear
    * * *
    = gear.
    Ex. The library is now the greatest treasure house of whaling fact and lore in the world with its collection of logbooks, maps, photographs, manuscripts and whaling gear = Ahora la biblioteca ahora es la mayor fuente inagotable del mundo de datos y tradiciones sobre la caza de ballenas con su colección de diarios de navegación, mapas, fotografías, manuscritos y herramientas para la caza de ballenas.
    ----
    * pertrechos de pesca = fishing tackle, fishing gear, fishing equipment, angling equipment.
    * pertrechos de viaje = travelgear.
    * * *
    masculino plural
    a) (Mil) military equipment, military supplies (pl)
    b) (equipo, utensilios) tackle, gear
    * * *
    = gear.

    Ex: The library is now the greatest treasure house of whaling fact and lore in the world with its collection of logbooks, maps, photographs, manuscripts and whaling gear = Ahora la biblioteca ahora es la mayor fuente inagotable del mundo de datos y tradiciones sobre la caza de ballenas con su colección de diarios de navegación, mapas, fotografías, manuscritos y herramientas para la caza de ballenas.

    * pertrechos de pesca = fishing tackle, fishing gear, fishing equipment, angling equipment.
    * pertrechos de viaje = travelgear.

    * * *
    1 ( Mil) military equipment, military supplies (pl), materiel
    2 (equipo, utensilios) tackle, gear
    * * *
    1. [de ejército] supplies and ammunition
    2. [utensilios] gear
    * * *
    mpl MIL equipment sg
    * * *
    : equipment, gear

    Spanish-English dictionary > pertrechos

  • 14 polvorín

    m.
    1 gunpowder arsenal, powder keg, munitions dump, powder magazine.
    2 very fine gunpowder.
    3 pressure cooker.
    * * *
    1 (arsenal) gunpowder magazine
    2 figurado (lugar) powder keg
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Mil) (=almacén) arsenal; (=pólvora) fine powder
    2) (=situación peligrosa) powder keg
    3) Cono Sur (=insecto) gnat
    4) Cono Sur, Méx = polvorilla
    5) And, Caribe (=polvareda) cloud of dust
    * * *
    a) ( almacén de explosivos) magazine
    b) (lugar, país peligroso) powder keg
    * * *
    Ex. This 18th century powder magazine was discovered in the 20th century after spending about 200 years underground.
    * * *
    a) ( almacén de explosivos) magazine
    b) (lugar, país peligroso) powder keg
    * * *

    Ex: This 18th century powder magazine was discovered in the 20th century after spending about 200 years underground.

    * * *
    A
    2 (lugar, país peligroso) powder keg
    3 (frasco) powder flask
    B ( fam)
    1
    (persona enojadiza): es un polvorín he/she has a very short fuse
    2 (persona activa) ball o bundle of energy
    * * *

    polvorín sustantivo masculino

    b) (lugar, país peligroso) powder keg

    polvorín sustantivo masculino Mil powder magazine
    * * *
    1. [almacén] munitions dump
    2. Fam [lugar, situación] powder keg
    * * *
    m
    1 almacén magazine
    2 fig
    powder keg
    * * *
    polvorín nm, pl - rines : magazine, storehouse (for explosives)

    Spanish-English dictionary > polvorín

  • 15 primitivo

    adj.
    1 primitive, primal, aboriginal, original.
    2 primitive, gut, primary.
    3 primitive, crude, lacking refinement.
    m.
    1 primitive.
    2 Primitivo.
    * * *
    1 HISTORIA primitive
    2 (original) original
    * * *
    (f. - primitiva)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [arte, pueblo] primitive; (=salvaje) uncivilized
    2) (=original) first, original
    3) [color] primary
    4) (Econ) [acción] ordinary
    * * *
    - va adjetivo
    2) ( original) original
    3) (Art) primitive
    * * *
    = primitive, uncivilised [uncivilized, -USA], barbaric, raw, pristine, primordial.
    Ex. Primitive war dances, fertility rites, hunting games are all rituals human beings develop in their corporate as well as their private lives.
    Ex. It was on the tip of his tongue to say: 'Must you speak to me in this uncivilized fashion?' But he discreetly forbore.
    Ex. The novel is a crude barbaric mixture of verse and prose, poetry and realism, crammed with ghosts, corpses, maniacs all very unlike Racine.
    Ex. Vegetable fibres in their raw state contain the necessary strands of cellulose which can be converted into paper.
    Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex. The author examines key passages in the 1941 Nietzsche lectures where Heidegger appears to flirt with the possibility of a more primordial sense of existence.
    ----
    * hombre primitivo, el = early man.
    * impulso primitivo = primitive urge.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo
    2) ( original) original
    3) (Art) primitive
    * * *
    = primitive, uncivilised [uncivilized, -USA], barbaric, raw, pristine, primordial.

    Ex: Primitive war dances, fertility rites, hunting games are all rituals human beings develop in their corporate as well as their private lives.

    Ex: It was on the tip of his tongue to say: 'Must you speak to me in this uncivilized fashion?' But he discreetly forbore.
    Ex: The novel is a crude barbaric mixture of verse and prose, poetry and realism, crammed with ghosts, corpses, maniacs all very unlike Racine.
    Ex: Vegetable fibres in their raw state contain the necessary strands of cellulose which can be converted into paper.
    Ex: Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex: The author examines key passages in the 1941 Nietzsche lectures where Heidegger appears to flirt with the possibility of a more primordial sense of existence.
    * hombre primitivo, el = early man.
    * impulso primitivo = primitive urge.

    * * *
    A ‹pueblo/costumbres› primitive; ‹instalaciones/métodos› primitive
    los hombres primitivos primitive o early man
    trabajan en condiciones primitivas they work in primitive conditions
    B (original) original
    el texto primitivo the original text
    C ( Art) primitive
    * * *

    primitivo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    primitive
    primitivo,-a adjetivo
    1 (civilización, cultura) primitive
    2 (estado originario) original
    la estructura primitiva de la casa, the original structure of the house
    3 (grosero) rude, coarse

    ' primitivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    primitiva
    - primario
    - salvaje
    English:
    crude
    - early
    - first
    - primaeval
    - primitive
    - barbaric
    * * *
    primitivo, -a adj
    1. [arcaico, rudimentario] primitive
    2. [original] original
    3. Arte primitivist
    * * *
    adj
    1 ( prehistórico, rudimentario) primitive
    2 ( original) original
    * * *
    primitivo, -va adj
    1) : primitive
    2) original: original
    * * *
    primitivo adj primitive

    Spanish-English dictionary > primitivo

  • 16 pristino

    adj.
    pristine, primeval, original.
    * * *
    1 (primitivo) original
    2 (puro) pristine
    * * *
    ADJ pristine, original
    * * *
    - na adjetivo pristine
    * * *
    Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    * * *
    - na adjetivo pristine
    * * *

    Ex: Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.

    * * *
    1 ( liter) (original) pristine, original
    2 (inmaculado) pristine
    * * *
    prístino, -a adj
    Formal pristine, original
    * * *
    adj pristine
    * * *
    prístino, -na adj
    : pristine

    Spanish-English dictionary > pristino

  • 17 proyectil

    m.
    projectile, missile.
    * * *
    1 projectile, missile
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=arma) projectile, missile

    proyectil de iluminación — flare, rocket

    2) (Mil) [de cañón] shell; [con cohete] missile
    * * *
    masculino projectile, missile
    * * *
    = missile, projectile, artillery shell, mortar shell, round.
    Ex. Anything 'visual,' for example the space ships, missiles and other ingredients of computer games are 'drawn' in this way = Cualquier cosa "visual" como, por ejemplo, las naves espaciales, los misiles y otros componentes los juegos de ordenador se "dibuja" de esta manera.
    Ex. This volume contains a group of papers that analyze projectile technology from diverse viewpoints.
    Ex. Calculation of the ballistics of artillery shells and the transmission and decoding of messages are among the first recorded uses of these technologies.
    Ex. Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.
    Ex. Shotguns mainly fire two kinds of rounds, regular buckshots and slugs.
    ----
    * arma paralizadora mediante proyectil = stun gun.
    * arma paralizadora sin proyectil = taser.
    * * *
    masculino projectile, missile
    * * *
    = missile, projectile, artillery shell, mortar shell, round.

    Ex: Anything 'visual,' for example the space ships, missiles and other ingredients of computer games are 'drawn' in this way = Cualquier cosa "visual" como, por ejemplo, las naves espaciales, los misiles y otros componentes los juegos de ordenador se "dibuja" de esta manera.

    Ex: This volume contains a group of papers that analyze projectile technology from diverse viewpoints.
    Ex: Calculation of the ballistics of artillery shells and the transmission and decoding of messages are among the first recorded uses of these technologies.
    Ex: Children were more likely to be injured by unexploded ordnance (which includes grenades, bombs, mortar shells, and cluster munitions), whereas adults were injured mostly by landmines.
    Ex: Shotguns mainly fire two kinds of rounds, regular buckshots and slugs.
    * arma paralizadora mediante proyectil = stun gun.
    * arma paralizadora sin proyectil = taser.

    * * *
    projectile, missile
    * * *

    proyectil sustantivo masculino
    projectile, missile
    proyectil sustantivo masculino missile, projectile
    ' proyectil' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bala
    - disparar
    - obús
    - trayectoria
    - alojar
    - calibre
    - recorrido
    English:
    course
    - dart
    - flight
    - missile
    - projectile
    - shell
    - shoot
    * * *
    projectile, missile
    proyectil dirigido guided missile;
    proyectil teledirigido guided missile
    * * *
    m missile
    * * *
    : projectile, missile

    Spanish-English dictionary > proyectil

  • 18 sin detonar

    (adj.) = unexploded
    Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unexploded

    Ex: Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin detonar

  • 19 sin explotar

    (adj.) = untapped, unexploded
    Ex. Archivists who do have such material in their charge are the keepers of a largely untapped source of historical material which offers a different and balancing perspective on history.
    Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    * * *
    (adj.) = untapped, unexploded

    Ex: Archivists who do have such material in their charge are the keepers of a largely untapped source of historical material which offers a different and balancing perspective on history.

    Ex: Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin explotar

  • 20 vertedero

    m.
    1 rubbish tip or dump(of trash) (British), garbage dump (United States).
    2 drain, spillway.
    3 dumping place, dump yard, garbage dump, refuse tip.
    * * *
    1 rubbish dump, rubbish tip
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) [de basura] rubbish tip, garbage dump (EEUU)
    3) ( Cono Sur) (=pendiente) slope, hillside
    * * *
    1) ( para basura) dump
    2) ( desagüe) outlet
    * * *
    = dumping ground, rubbish dump, landfill, landfill site.
    Ex. Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.
    Ex. Nothing is left except debris and there remains nothing to salvage: only to bulldoze, clear and throw into rubbish dumps.
    Ex. Republicans are so empty-headed, they wouldn't make a good landfill.
    Ex. Much waste is still deposited in landfill sites around the world with material that can produce biogas for industry or dometic use.
    ----
    * vertedero de basura = landfill site.
    * vertedero de basuras = garbage dump.
    * vertedero de escombros = landfill site, landfill.
    * * *
    1) ( para basura) dump
    2) ( desagüe) outlet
    * * *
    = dumping ground, rubbish dump, landfill, landfill site.

    Ex: Although national parks are perceived as pristine areas, many are dumping grounds for hazardous materials - everything from industrial toxins to unexploded munitions.

    Ex: Nothing is left except debris and there remains nothing to salvage: only to bulldoze, clear and throw into rubbish dumps.
    Ex: Republicans are so empty-headed, they wouldn't make a good landfill.
    Ex: Much waste is still deposited in landfill sites around the world with material that can produce biogas for industry or dometic use.
    * vertedero de basura = landfill site.
    * vertedero de basuras = garbage dump.
    * vertedero de escombros = landfill site, landfill.

    * * *
    un vertedero de residuos nucleares a dumping site for nuclear waste
    B (desagüe) outlet
    * * *

    vertedero sustantivo masculino
    1 ( para basura) dump;

    2 ( desagüe) outlet
    vertedero sustantivo masculino tip, rubbish dump
    ' vertedero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    basurero
    English:
    dump
    - dumping
    - garbage dump
    - refuse dump
    - rubbish dump
    - tip
    - garbage
    * * *
    1. [de basuras] Br rubbish tip o dump, US garbage dump
    2. [de pantano] drain, spillway
    * * *
    m dump, tip
    * * *
    1) : garbage dump
    2) desagüe: drain, outlet
    * * *
    vertedero n tip / dump

    Spanish-English dictionary > vertedero

См. также в других словарях:

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  • munitions — index bomb, weapons Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • munitions — n. f. pl. Approvisionnement pour les armes à feu (cartouches, obus, grenades, etc.) …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • munitions — *armament, matériel, arms, ordnance, artillery, ammunition …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • munitions — [n] ammunition ammo*, armament, arsenal, bombs, bullets, explosives, grenades, gunpowder, missiles, shells, torpedos, weapons; concepts 498,500 …   New thesaurus

  • munitions — ► PLURAL NOUN ▪ military weapons, ammunition, equipment, and stores. ORIGIN Latin, fortification , from munire fortify …   English terms dictionary

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  • munitions — [[t]mjuːnɪ̱ʃ(ə)nz[/t]] N PLURAL Munitions are military equipment and supplies, especially bombs, shells, and guns. ...the shortage of men and munitions. ...a munitions factory …   English dictionary

  • munitions — šaudmuo statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Karinių operacijų metu naudojamas parengtas įtaisas, užtaisytas sprogstamosiomis medžiagomis, išmetamuoju užtaisu, pirotechniniais elementais ir sprogdikliais arba branduolinėmis, biologinėmis ar… …   NATO terminų aiškinamasis žodynas

  • munitions — noun Munitions is used before these nouns: ↑factory …   Collocations dictionary

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