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  • 1 cibernovato

    cibernovato
    cibernovato (a) [θiβerno'βato, -a]
    Newbie masculino, Internetneuling masculino

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > cibernovato

  • 2 novato

    no'bato
    m
    ( femenino novata) adjetivo
    ————————
    ( femenino novata) sustantivo masculino y femenino
    novato
    novato , -a [no'βato, -a]
    sustantivo masculino, femenino
    (en sitio) Neuling masculino; (en actividad) Anfänger(in) masculino (femenino); informática Newbie masculino, Neuling masculino im Internet

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > novato

  • 3 Internet

    f.
    the Internet.
    está en Internet it's on the Internet
    m.
    Internet, The Web, World Wide Web.
    * * *
    [inter'ne]
    * * *
    = Internet, the.
    Nota: El conjunto de todas las redes interconectadas que utilizan los protocolos TCP/IP y que surgieron a partir de ARPANet al final de los 60 y principios de los 70.
    Ex. Internet brings a new generation of information services that are the thin edge of the wedge of a radically transformative change in how people will access information.
    ----
    * accesible a través de Internet = web-compliant.
    * accesible por Internet = Internet-accessible.
    * aparato para usar Internet = Internet appliance.
    * aprendizaje a través de Internet = virtual learning.
    * a través de Internet = Internet-based, Web-based, Web-supported.
    * basado en Internet = Internet-based.
    * bibliografía de recursos en Internet = webliography.
    * colgar Algo en Internet = put (out) + Nombre + on the web.
    * compañía en Internet = dot-com [dot.com].
    * con conocimiento en el uso de Internet = Internet-savvy.
    * creación de réplicas en Internet = mirroring.
    * directorio de Internet = Web directory.
    * edición en Internet = Web publishing.
    * en Internet = Internet-based, Web-based, Web-supported.
    * escaparse de los beneficios de Internet = fall through + the net.
    * Explorador de Internet = Internet Explorer.
    * herramienta de uso de Internet = Internet appliance.
    * navegación por Internet = surfing.
    * navegador de Internet = Web browser.
    * navegar por Internet = surf + the Internet.
    * novato de Internet = newbie.
    * OPAC accesible a través de Internet = WebPac.
    * poner Algo en Internet = put (out) + Nombre + on the web.
    * portal de Internet = Web portal, Internet portal, web-based research guide.
    * por toda la Internet = Internet-wide.
    * principiante de Internet = newbie.
    * programa de acceso a Internet = browser software.
    * proveedor de servicios de Internet = Internet provider.
    * Proveedor de Servicios de Internet (ISP) = ISP (Internet Service Provider).
    * publicación en Internet = Web publishing.
    * reglas de cortesía en Internet = netiquette.
    * relacionado con Internet = Internet-related.
    * retransmisión vía Internet = webcast [web cast], cybercast [cyber cast].
    * tienda de compras por Internet = online store.
    * usuario de Internet = Internet neighbour, netizen.
    * vendedor por Internet = e-tailer.
    * * *
    [inter'ne]
    * * *
    = Internet, the.
    Nota: El conjunto de todas las redes interconectadas que utilizan los protocolos TCP/IP y que surgieron a partir de ARPANet al final de los 60 y principios de los 70.

    Ex: Internet brings a new generation of information services that are the thin edge of the wedge of a radically transformative change in how people will access information.

    * accesible a través de Internet = web-compliant.
    * accesible por Internet = Internet-accessible.
    * aparato para usar Internet = Internet appliance.
    * aprendizaje a través de Internet = virtual learning.
    * a través de Internet = Internet-based, Web-based, Web-supported.
    * basado en Internet = Internet-based.
    * bibliografía de recursos en Internet = webliography.
    * colgar Algo en Internet = put (out) + Nombre + on the web.
    * compañía en Internet = dot-com [dot.com].
    * con conocimiento en el uso de Internet = Internet-savvy.
    * creación de réplicas en Internet = mirroring.
    * directorio de Internet = Web directory.
    * edición en Internet = Web publishing.
    * en Internet = Internet-based, Web-based, Web-supported.
    * escaparse de los beneficios de Internet = fall through + the net.
    * Explorador de Internet = Internet Explorer.
    * herramienta de uso de Internet = Internet appliance.
    * navegación por Internet = surfing.
    * navegador de Internet = Web browser.
    * navegar por Internet = surf + the Internet.
    * novato de Internet = newbie.
    * OPAC accesible a través de Internet = WebPac.
    * poner Algo en Internet = put (out) + Nombre + on the web.
    * portal de Internet = Web portal, Internet portal, web-based research guide.
    * por toda la Internet = Internet-wide.
    * principiante de Internet = newbie.
    * programa de acceso a Internet = browser software.
    * proveedor de servicios de Internet = Internet provider.
    * Proveedor de Servicios de Internet (ISP) = ISP (Internet Service Provider).
    * publicación en Internet = Web publishing.
    * reglas de cortesía en Internet = netiquette.
    * relacionado con Internet = Internet-related.
    * retransmisión vía Internet = webcast [web cast], cybercast [cyber cast].
    * tienda de compras por Internet = online store.
    * usuario de Internet = Internet neighbour, netizen.
    * vendedor por Internet = e-tailer.

    * * *
    Internet, internet
    or
    Internet
    navegar por Internet to surf the Internet
    * * *

    Internet /inter'ne/ m (a veces f):

    Internet sustantivo femenino Inform Internet

    ' Internet' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conectar
    - navegante
    - internauta
    - ISP
    - proveedor
    - PSI
    English:
    bookmark
    - Internet
    - Internet server
    - net
    - ISP
    * * *
    Informát Internet;
    está en Internet it's on the Internet
    * * *
    f INFOR Internet;
    navegar por Internet surf the Net;
    en Internet on the Net
    * * *
    Internet n Internet

    Spanish-English dictionary > Internet

  • 4 encasillar

    v.
    1 to pigeonhole.
    Ellos encasillaron los mensajes They pigeonholed the messages.
    2 to put in a box, to enter into a grid (poner en casillas).
    3 to typecast, to stereotype, to pigeonhole, to type.
    Ellos encasillaron a la nueva They typecast the newbie.
    * * *
    1 (poner en casillas) to pigeonhole
    2 (clasificar) to classify, class
    3 (actor, actriz) to typecast
    1 figurado to limit oneself
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=poner en casillas) to pigeonhole, categorize; (=clasificar) to classify
    2) (Teat) to typecast
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to class, categorize, pigeonhole
    2.
    encasillarse v pron
    * * *
    = pigeonhole, box in.
    Ex. The information specialist can identify reference questions by subject area if the requests seem to fit into 1 of the 3 technologies; but he or she cannot pigeonhole requests which have blurred boundaries.
    Ex. What is important is that agencies face few barriers to disseminating information on the Web quickly rather than being boxed in by standardization requirements = Lo que es importante es que las agencias se encuentran pocas trabas para diseminar información en la web de una forma rápida más que verse restringidas por cuestiones de normalización.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to class, categorize, pigeonhole
    2.
    encasillarse v pron
    * * *
    = pigeonhole, box in.

    Ex: The information specialist can identify reference questions by subject area if the requests seem to fit into 1 of the 3 technologies; but he or she cannot pigeonhole requests which have blurred boundaries.

    Ex: What is important is that agencies face few barriers to disseminating information on the Web quickly rather than being boxed in by standardization requirements = Lo que es importante es que las agencias se encuentran pocas trabas para diseminar información en la web de una forma rápida más que verse restringidas por cuestiones de normalización.

    * * *
    encasillar [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 (actor) to typecast
    2 (personal) to categorize
    B (categorizar) to class, classify, categorize
    sus novelas se pueden encasillar dentro del género policial her novels can be classed o classified o categorized as detective fiction
    no me gusta que me encasillen dentro de ningún movimiento en particular I don't like to be pigeonholed o categorized as a member of any particular movement
    no quiso encasillarse dentro de ninguna tendencia he didn't want to be identified with any tendency, he didn't want to be classified o categorized as being part of any tendency
    * * *

    encasillar ( conjugate encasillar) verbo transitivo
    to class, categorize, pigeonhole
    encasillar verbo transitivo to pigeonhole: a ese actor lo encasillaron en papeles de seductor, they type-cast that actor as a seducer
    ' encasillar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    typecast
    - type
    * * *
    1. [clasificar] to classify, to pigeonhole ( como as);
    lo encasillaron como un provocador he was marked down o branded as an agitator
    2. [actor, actriz] to typecast;
    fue encasillada en papeles de mala she was typecast as a villain
    3. [poner en casillas] to put in a box, to enter into a grid
    * * *
    v/t
    1 class, classify
    2 ( estereotipar) pigeonhole
    * * *
    clasificar: to classify, to pigeonhole, to categorize

    Spanish-English dictionary > encasillar

  • 5 incipiente

    adj.
    1 incipient (inicial).
    una democracia incipiente a fledgling democracy
    una amistad incipiente a budding friendship
    2 commencing.
    f. & m.
    neophyte, novice, newbie.
    * * *
    1 incipient
    * * *
    * * *
    adjetivo (frml o liter) incipient (liter)
    * * *
    = burgeoning, emerging, nascent, inchoate, fledging, fledgling [fledgeling], incipient, developing, undeveloped, budding.
    Ex. It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.
    Ex. We have too much invested for us to assume any longer that we can, by sheer force of will, temper their influence on emerging standards.
    Ex. Later this strip is retyped into ordinary language, for in its nascent form it is intelligible only to the initiated.
    Ex. The library symbolises freedom for the reader to pursue his own desires, however inchoate.
    Ex. Venture capitalists funded fledging companies in the early days of information technology some of which went on to dominate the market.
    Ex. This article describes the experiences of a fledgling information system in dealing with a hurricane which wreaked devastation on some of the most remote areas of Hawaii = Este artículo describe las experiencias de un sistema de información nuevo al verse afectado por un huracán que devastó algunas de las zonas más remotas de Hawaii.
    Ex. They are also helpful in the revision of existing systems that show signs of incipient weakness.
    Ex. I can join a sporting club and combine developing skills with social activities.
    Ex. I would urge you most sincerely and strongly to think twice or three times before putting your shelflist into an undeveloped system.
    Ex. The current literature in knowledge management can be described as immature, yet budding.
    ----
    * barba incipiente = stubble, stubble beard.
    * barba incipiente de moda = designer stubble.
    * * *
    adjetivo (frml o liter) incipient (liter)
    * * *
    = burgeoning, emerging, nascent, inchoate, fledging, fledgling [fledgeling], incipient, developing, undeveloped, budding.

    Ex: It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.

    Ex: We have too much invested for us to assume any longer that we can, by sheer force of will, temper their influence on emerging standards.
    Ex: Later this strip is retyped into ordinary language, for in its nascent form it is intelligible only to the initiated.
    Ex: The library symbolises freedom for the reader to pursue his own desires, however inchoate.
    Ex: Venture capitalists funded fledging companies in the early days of information technology some of which went on to dominate the market.
    Ex: This article describes the experiences of a fledgling information system in dealing with a hurricane which wreaked devastation on some of the most remote areas of Hawaii = Este artículo describe las experiencias de un sistema de información nuevo al verse afectado por un huracán que devastó algunas de las zonas más remotas de Hawaii.
    Ex: They are also helpful in the revision of existing systems that show signs of incipient weakness.
    Ex: I can join a sporting club and combine developing skills with social activities.
    Ex: I would urge you most sincerely and strongly to think twice or three times before putting your shelflist into an undeveloped system.
    Ex: The current literature in knowledge management can be described as immature, yet budding.
    * barba incipiente = stubble, stubble beard.
    * barba incipiente de moda = designer stubble.

    * * *
    ( frml o liter)
    1 ‹barba/bigote› incipient ( liter)
    2 ‹mejoría/síntoma› incipient ( frml)
    una incipiente amistad a newly found friendship
    esta incipiente democracia this incipient o infant democracy
    * * *

    incipiente adjetivo incipient, budding
    ' incipiente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    naciente
    English:
    incipient
    * * *
    1. [calvicie] incipient;
    lucía una barba incipiente [de joven] he was starting to get a beard;
    [sin afeitar] his chin was covered in stubble
    2. [inicial] incipient;
    [democracia] fledgling; [amistad, talento] budding
    * * *
    adj incipient
    * * *
    : incipient

    Spanish-English dictionary > incipiente

  • 6 novato

    adj.
    1 newcomer, amateurish, freshman, abecedarian.
    2 amateurish.
    m.
    1 novice, babe in the woods, fledgling, first-timer.
    2 raw recruit.
    * * *
    1 (persona) inexperienced, green
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (principiante) novice, beginner
    2 (universidad) fresher (US freshman)
    * * *
    (f. - novata)
    noun
    * * *
    novato, -a
    1.
    ADJ raw, green
    2.
    SM / F beginner, tyro
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo inexperienced, new
    II
    - ta masculino, femenino novice, beginner
    * * *
    = idiot, novice, first-timer, green hand, rookie, greenhorn.
    Ex. Dykstra, M., 'PRECIS: a primer', published in 1985, offers the long-awaited ' idiot's guide' to PRECIS indexing.
    Ex. 'Not one of us on the board has had to interview anyone for a library position,' he said, 'so we're novices at this!'.
    Ex. The article has the title 'Penmanship: impressions of a first-timer'.
    Ex. I'm a green hand on the library/information field and I would like to know what's the meaning of information nowadays.
    Ex. The second case involved a complaint by a woman claiming that she had been raped by Boston Celtics rookie, Marcus Smith, just after he broke off their three month relationship.
    Ex. Dismounting a horse like a greenhorn can be embarrassing, and more important, dangerous.
    ----
    * novato de Internet = newbie.
    * novatos, los = uninitiated, the.
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo inexperienced, new
    II
    - ta masculino, femenino novice, beginner
    * * *
    = idiot, novice, first-timer, green hand, rookie, greenhorn.

    Ex: Dykstra, M., 'PRECIS: a primer', published in 1985, offers the long-awaited ' idiot's guide' to PRECIS indexing.

    Ex: 'Not one of us on the board has had to interview anyone for a library position,' he said, 'so we're novices at this!'.
    Ex: The article has the title 'Penmanship: impressions of a first-timer'.
    Ex: I'm a green hand on the library/information field and I would like to know what's the meaning of information nowadays.
    Ex: The second case involved a complaint by a woman claiming that she had been raped by Boston Celtics rookie, Marcus Smith, just after he broke off their three month relationship.
    Ex: Dismounting a horse like a greenhorn can be embarrassing, and more important, dangerous.
    * novato de Internet = newbie.
    * novatos, los = uninitiated, the.

    * * *
    novato1 -ta
    inexperienced, new
    novato2 -ta
    masculine, feminine
    novice, beginner, rookie ( AmE colloq)
    yo también soy novato en estas lides ( hum); I'm new to this game too ( colloq)
    * * *

    novato
    ◊ -ta adjetivo

    inexperienced, new
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    novice, beginner
    novato,-a
    I adjetivo inexperienced
    familiar green
    II m,f (principiante) novice, beginner

    ' novato' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    novata
    - nueva
    - nuevo
    - notar
    English:
    absolute
    - freshman
    - green
    - greenhorn
    - novice
    - rookie
    - inexperienced
    - raw
    * * *
    novato, -a
    adj
    inexperienced
    nm,f
    novice, beginner
    * * *
    I adj inexperienced
    II m, novata f beginner, rookie fam
    * * *
    novato, -ta adj
    : inexperienced, new
    novato, -ta n
    : beginner, novice
    * * *
    novato n beginner

    Spanish-English dictionary > novato

  • 7 novato de Internet

    (n.) = newbie
    Ex. The article has the title 'Things that go bump in the night: net newbies are maturing -- and making things scary for the traditionals'.
    * * *
    (n.) = newbie

    Ex: The article has the title 'Things that go bump in the night: net newbies are maturing -- and making things scary for the traditionals'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > novato de Internet

  • 8 principiante

    adj.
    1 beginning.
    2 lead-off.
    f. & m.
    beginner, fledgling, first-timer, starter.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 beginner
    * * *
    noun mf.
    beginner, novice
    * * *
    principiante, -a
    1.
    ADJ [actor, fotógrafo, jugador] inexperienced
    2.
    SM / F (=novato) beginner, novice; (=aprendiz) learner
    * * *
    I

    es un conductor principiante — he's a learner driver, he's learning to drive

    II
    masculino y femenino beginner
    * * *
    = beginner, entrant, novice, emergent, tyro, cadet, rookie, greenhorn.
    Ex. It is useful for a beginner in a library or a beginner in a particular field, a scholar who comes from one field to another or a user who wants to find the latest information.
    Ex. In general it is felt that it would be more useful for entrants to the library profession to have a wider academic background.
    Ex. 'Not one of us on the board has had to interview anyone for a library position,' he said, 'so we're novices at this!'.
    Ex. Books for emergent readers should facilitate the acquisition of these concepts.
    Ex. It is useful if OPAC's menus cater for both the tyro and the experienced user.
    Ex. This listing of historically important manuscripts and documents was prepared for the use of cadets, faculty, and outside scholars.
    Ex. The second case involved a complaint by a woman claiming that she had been raped by Boston Celtics rookie, Marcus Smith, just after he broke off their three month relationship.
    Ex. Dismounting a horse like a greenhorn can be embarrassing, and more important, dangerous.
    ----
    * actriz principiante = starlet.
    * guía para principiantes = beginners' guide.
    * principiante de Internet = newbie.
    * principiantes, los = uninitiated, the.
    * suerte del principiante, la = beginner's luck.
    * * *
    I

    es un conductor principiante — he's a learner driver, he's learning to drive

    II
    masculino y femenino beginner
    * * *
    = beginner, entrant, novice, emergent, tyro, cadet, rookie, greenhorn.

    Ex: It is useful for a beginner in a library or a beginner in a particular field, a scholar who comes from one field to another or a user who wants to find the latest information.

    Ex: In general it is felt that it would be more useful for entrants to the library profession to have a wider academic background.
    Ex: 'Not one of us on the board has had to interview anyone for a library position,' he said, 'so we're novices at this!'.
    Ex: Books for emergent readers should facilitate the acquisition of these concepts.
    Ex: It is useful if OPAC's menus cater for both the tyro and the experienced user.
    Ex: This listing of historically important manuscripts and documents was prepared for the use of cadets, faculty, and outside scholars.
    Ex: The second case involved a complaint by a woman claiming that she had been raped by Boston Celtics rookie, Marcus Smith, just after he broke off their three month relationship.
    Ex: Dismounting a horse like a greenhorn can be embarrassing, and more important, dangerous.
    * actriz principiante = starlet.
    * guía para principiantes = beginners' guide.
    * principiante de Internet = newbie.
    * principiantes, los = uninitiated, the.
    * suerte del principiante, la = beginner's luck.

    * * *
    es un conductor principiante he's a learner driver, he's learning to drive
    beginner
    se matriculó en un curso para principiantes she enrolled in a beginners' course
    a veces comete errores de principiante sometimes he makes really basic mistakes
    * * *

    principiante sustantivo masculino y femenino
    beginner;

    principiante mf beginner

    ' principiante' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    incurrir
    - novata
    - novatada
    - novato
    - señor
    English:
    beginner
    - novice
    - rank
    * * *
    principiante, -a
    adj
    inexperienced;
    se pone nervioso con los conductores principiantes he gets nervous with inexperienced drivers;
    para ser principiante, no lo hace mal he's not bad for a beginner
    nm,f
    beginner;
    ha cometido un error de principiante he's made a really basic mistake
    * * *
    I adj inexperienced
    II m/f beginner
    * * *
    : beginning
    : beginner, novice
    * * *
    principiante n beginner

    Spanish-English dictionary > principiante

  • 9 principiante de Internet

    (n.) = newbie
    Ex. The article has the title 'Things that go bump in the night: net newbies are maturing -- and making things scary for the traditionals'.
    * * *
    (n.) = newbie

    Ex: The article has the title 'Things that go bump in the night: net newbies are maturing -- and making things scary for the traditionals'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > principiante de Internet

  • 10 neocastelense

    • newbie
    • newcomer

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > neocastelense

  • 11 neozelandés

    • New Yorker
    • newbie

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > neozelandés

  • 12 novato

    • abecedarian
    • abecedary
    • amateurish
    • babe in the woods
    • callow
    • fledgling
    • green grass
    • green hand
    • green hands
    • inexpensive fipple flute
    • inexperienced lawyer
    • New Zealand
    • newbie
    • newborn
    • novice
    • raw hand
    • rookie

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > novato

См. также в других словарях:

  • Newbie — Newbie …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • newbie — UK US /ˈnjuːbi/ US  /ˈnuːbi/ noun [C] INFORMAL WORKPLACE ► someone who has just started doing an activity or job: »The guide helps newbies understand the phone system …   Financial and business terms

  • newbie — (n.) newcomer, new person to an existing situation, by 1969, from NEW (Cf. new) with dim. or derogatory suffix. Perhaps originally U.S. military slang. Cf. NOOB (Cf. noob). Middle English had newing a new thing (early 15c.); new was used as a… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Newbie — Ein Neuling ist eine Person, die sich in ein Sachgebiet einarbeitet oder neu in eine Gemeinschaft aufgenommen wird und sich noch nicht so gut auskennt, wie Personen die schon länger damit Kontakt haben; andere Ausdrücke sind „Anfänger“ und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Newbie — For the Wikipedia behavioral guideline, see WP:NEWBIES. Not to be confused with Newby (disambiguation). Noob redirects here. For the Mortal Kombat character, see Noob Saibot. Newbie or noob is a slang term for a novice or newcomer, or somebody… …   Wikipedia

  • Newbie — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Noob (homonymie). Newbie (prononcé [ˈnjuːbɪ] en anglais britannique, ou [ …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Newbie — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar …   Wikipedia Español

  • newbie — n. A new or inexperienced user, especially one who is ignorant of netiquette and other online proprieties. Example Citation: There is nothing inherently bad about being an inexperienced user. It s only when the inexperienced ignore those rules… …   New words

  • Newbie — New|bie 〈[nju:bı] m. 6; EDV〉 neuer, unerfahrener Teilnehmer im Internet [zu engl. new „neu“] * * * New|bie [ nju:bi ], der; [s], s [engl. newbie, zu: new = neu] (Jargon): Anfänger(in), Neuling (in Bezug auf Computerprogramme, Internet, Newsgroups …   Universal-Lexikon

  • newbie — UK [ˈnjuːbɪ] / US [ˈnubɪ] noun [countable] Word forms newbie : singular newbie plural newbies computing someone who has just started to use the Internet …   English dictionary

  • Newbie — Generalmente, el término informal newbie se aplica a un principiante que ingresa a un campo de actividad complejo o sistemático. Específicamente se le aplica un principiante que se adentra a un campo de la computación, aunque últimamente la… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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