Перевод: с испанского на все языки

no+hay+nada+como+un+buen+coñac!

  • 561 como dos gotas de agua

    like two peas in a pod
    * * *
    = as alike as two peas in a pod, like two peas in a pod
    Ex. The core questionnaire asked for data on birth weight, age at first spoken word, and whether the twins were as alike as two peas in a pod.
    Ex. They were like two peas in a pod but the only problem was that they did not like school and often played truant.
    * * *
    = as alike as two peas in a pod, like two peas in a pod

    Ex: The core questionnaire asked for data on birth weight, age at first spoken word, and whether the twins were as alike as two peas in a pod.

    Ex: They were like two peas in a pod but the only problem was that they did not like school and often played truant.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como dos gotas de agua

  • 562 como es debido

    (correctamente) right, properly 2 (como es merecido) deservedly
    lo recibieron con todos los honores, como era debido he was received with full honours, as was his due
    * * *
    Ex. 1982 has been designated, fittingly, the Year of Information Technology -- a recognition that we are now living in an information society.
    * * *

    Ex: 1982 has been designated, fittingly, the Year of Information Technology -- a recognition that we are now living in an information society.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como es debido

  • 563 como mucho

    adv.
    at the most, at the longest.
    * * *
    at the most
    * * *
    * * *
    = at best, at most, if at all, at the most, at the very latest
    Ex. Facet analysis in UDC is, at best, inconsistent.
    Ex. The genesis of this brave new world of solid state logic, in which bibliographic data are reduced to phantasmagoria on the faces of cathode-ray tubes (CRT), extends at most only three-quarters of a decade into the dim past.
    Ex. Local vendors offer, if at all, mainly western popular literature and newspapers.
    Ex. The chemical systems described must be based on a small number of elements and composed of molecules having 8 atoms at the most.
    Ex. To this end we shall continue to accept questionnaires until May 17th at the very latest.
    * * *
    = at best, at most, if at all, at the most, at the very latest

    Ex: Facet analysis in UDC is, at best, inconsistent.

    Ex: The genesis of this brave new world of solid state logic, in which bibliographic data are reduced to phantasmagoria on the faces of cathode-ray tubes (CRT), extends at most only three-quarters of a decade into the dim past.
    Ex: Local vendors offer, if at all, mainly western popular literature and newspapers.
    Ex: The chemical systems described must be based on a small number of elements and composed of molecules having 8 atoms at the most.
    Ex: To this end we shall continue to accept questionnaires until May 17th at the very latest.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como mucho

  • 564 como mínimo

    adv.
    at the very least.
    * * *
    at least
    * * *
    = at least, conservatively, at a minimum
    Ex. At least one reference or added entry is usually deemed to be necessary from each of the 'secondary' concepts in the preferred order.
    Ex. The audit report commented upon the inadequate storage facilities available to house the national collection, conservatively estimated at a value in excess of $200 million.
    Ex. At a minimum, programme budgets allow us the options of reviewing and revising priorities, and making room for 'new ideas'.
    * * *
    = at least, conservatively, at a minimum

    Ex: At least one reference or added entry is usually deemed to be necessary from each of the 'secondary' concepts in the preferred order.

    Ex: The audit report commented upon the inadequate storage facilities available to house the national collection, conservatively estimated at a value in excess of $200 million.
    Ex: At a minimum, programme budgets allow us the options of reviewing and revising priorities, and making room for 'new ideas'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como mínimo

  • 565 como por arte de magia

    as if by magic
    * * *
    = magically, into thin air
    Ex. Brain structures do not magically transfer information.
    Ex. Their debates have operated with a more fluid notion of power, which at times has become so fluid as to evaporate into thin air.
    * * *
    = magically, into thin air

    Ex: Brain structures do not magically transfer information.

    Ex: Their debates have operated with a more fluid notion of power, which at times has become so fluid as to evaporate into thin air.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como por arte de magia

  • 566 como resultado

    adv.
    as a result.
    * * *
    = in consequence, on this basis, on that basis, in doing so
    Ex. In consequence, libraries found that they had to classify a substantial proportion of their intake if they were using DC, but very much less if they used LC.
    Ex. On this basis innovative programmes would provide graduates with in-demand skills to complement the currently dominant model of technology-driven programmes.
    Ex. On that basis, consistency rose significantly, with 81% agreement among the three indexers = Como consecuencia, la coincidencia aumentó significativamente, obteniéndose una coincidencia del 81% entre los tres indizadores.
    Ex. The task of a modern information system is to describe such unformatted data automatically and in doing so, to support the user in storing and especially in retrieving natural language documents.
    * * *
    como resultado(de)

    Ex: As a consequence of this fact the bibliographic control of maps is usually quite good in most countries.

    = in consequence, on this basis, on that basis, in doing so

    Ex: In consequence, libraries found that they had to classify a substantial proportion of their intake if they were using DC, but very much less if they used LC.

    Ex: On this basis innovative programmes would provide graduates with in-demand skills to complement the currently dominant model of technology-driven programmes.
    Ex: On that basis, consistency rose significantly, with 81% agreement among the three indexers = Como consecuencia, la coincidencia aumentó significativamente, obteniéndose una coincidencia del 81% entre los tres indizadores.
    Ex: The task of a modern information system is to describe such unformatted data automatically and in doing so, to support the user in storing and especially in retrieving natural language documents.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como resultado

  • 567 como si

    conj.
    as if, as though.
    * * *
    as if
    * * *
    Ex. All these influences are at work before a child goes to school, yet until quite recently we have behaved as though good teaching in good schools was enough to compensate for the disabilities of verbally impoverished children.
    * * *
    como si (se tratase de)

    Ex: When the volumes have independent bibliographic descriptions, this information should be entered as if for a regular bibliographic work.

    Ex: All these influences are at work before a child goes to school, yet until quite recently we have behaved as though good teaching in good schools was enough to compensate for the disabilities of verbally impoverished children.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como si

  • 568 como si dijéramos

    so to speak, as it were
    * * *
    Ex. Putting books on show is a way of making recommendations by, as it were, remote control.
    * * *

    Ex: Putting books on show is a way of making recommendations by, as it were, remote control.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como si dijéramos

  • 569 como si tal cosa

    as if nothing had happened
    ————————
    just like that
    * * *
    = be right as rain, unfazed, just like that
    Ex. Essentially this novel is about being right as rain for nearly a whole lifetime in a country full of light and sun, and tremendous goodwill.
    Ex. Polish Prime Minister said his country was unfazed by Russian threats to point missiles at a planned US missile shield site in Poland.
    Ex. All I have to say is nothing happens just like that overnight, it takes time and exhausting waiting.
    * * *
    = be right as rain, unfazed, just like that

    Ex: Essentially this novel is about being right as rain for nearly a whole lifetime in a country full of light and sun, and tremendous goodwill.

    Ex: Polish Prime Minister said his country was unfazed by Russian threats to point missiles at a planned US missile shield site in Poland.
    Ex: All I have to say is nothing happens just like that overnight, it takes time and exhausting waiting.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como si tal cosa

  • 570 como siempre

    adv.
    as always, as usual, as ever, as per usual.
    * * *
    as usual
    * * *
    Ex. As always, our members are ready to speak out clearly if the Cuban authorities dare to seize any of the uncensored books being sent to Cuba by President Carter.
    * * *

    Ex: As always, our members are ready to speak out clearly if the Cuban authorities dare to seize any of the uncensored books being sent to Cuba by President Carter.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como siempre

  • 571 como sigue

    adv.
    as follows.
    * * *
    as follows
    * * *
    Ex. The main conditions of authorship can be categorised as follows.
    * * *

    Ex: The main conditions of authorship can be categorised as follows.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como sigue

  • 572 como tal

    adv.
    as such.
    * * *
    as such
    * * *
    = as such, in this capacity, qua
    Ex. As such, indexing is the major activity supporting all aspects of information retrieval.
    Ex. The National Library of Australia is the only library in the country with a large collection of overseas documents and in this capacity holds exhibitions of these materials.
    Ex. Such a concept came as a great surprise to many information educators who rather dismissively regarded the information qua information field of activity as being too limited.
    * * *
    = as such, in this capacity, qua

    Ex: As such, indexing is the major activity supporting all aspects of information retrieval.

    Ex: The National Library of Australia is the only library in the country with a large collection of overseas documents and in this capacity holds exhibitions of these materials.
    Ex: Such a concept came as a great surprise to many information educators who rather dismissively regarded the information qua information field of activity as being too limited.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como tal

  • 573 como un descosido

    familiar (con exceso) like wild, too much
    * * *
    = like a lunatic, like a madman, as one possessed
    Ex. It's time to start leading by example and not going around like a lunatic all the time, loosing my cool, raving, saying things in the heat of the moment I don't mean.
    Ex. He was 'driving like a madman' moments before he was involved in a car crash with a lorry, according to an eyewitness.
    Ex. It was then that Steven himself began behaving like a wild beast, as one possessed, having gone totally berserk.
    * * *
    = like a lunatic, like a madman, as one possessed

    Ex: It's time to start leading by example and not going around like a lunatic all the time, loosing my cool, raving, saying things in the heat of the moment I don't mean.

    Ex: He was 'driving like a madman' moments before he was involved in a car crash with a lorry, according to an eyewitness.
    Ex: It was then that Steven himself began behaving like a wild beast, as one possessed, having gone totally berserk.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como un descosido

  • 574 como un loco

    like mad
    * * *
    = like crazy, like mad, like a lunatic, madly, like a madman
    Ex. We have no idea what will capture people's imagination and work, but all we can do in any period of great change is experiment like crazy.
    Ex. With hundreds of bait fish swarming your spot -- feeding like mad -- the game fish get extremely excited and start to move into the area to feed on the bait fish.
    Ex. It's time to start leading by example and not going around like a lunatic all the time, loosing my cool, raving, saying things in the heat of the moment I don't mean.
    Ex. The only way to stop them behaving madly is to have nuclear states as the opposition.
    Ex. He was 'driving like a madman' moments before he was involved in a car crash with a lorry, according to an eyewitness.
    * * *
    = like crazy, like mad, like a lunatic, madly, like a madman

    Ex: We have no idea what will capture people's imagination and work, but all we can do in any period of great change is experiment like crazy.

    Ex: With hundreds of bait fish swarming your spot -- feeding like mad -- the game fish get extremely excited and start to move into the area to feed on the bait fish.
    Ex: It's time to start leading by example and not going around like a lunatic all the time, loosing my cool, raving, saying things in the heat of the moment I don't mean.
    Ex: The only way to stop them behaving madly is to have nuclear states as the opposition.
    Ex: He was 'driving like a madman' moments before he was involved in a car crash with a lorry, according to an eyewitness.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como un loco

  • 575 como un reguero de pólvora

    figurado like wildfire
    * * *
    Ex. Distance learning is sweeping through higher education like wildfire, and it is simultaneously capturing the interests of libraries and librarians.
    * * *

    Ex: Distance learning is sweeping through higher education like wildfire, and it is simultaneously capturing the interests of libraries and librarians.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como un reguero de pólvora

  • 576 como un reloj

    figurado like clockwork
    * * *
    * * *
    = as regular as clockwork, like clockwork
    Ex. He doesn't really have a passion for writing anymore, but he keeps going, knocking out books regular as clockwork to keep that steady paycheck coming in.
    Ex. It ran like clockwork and there no complaints from anyone.
    * * *
    = as regular as clockwork, like clockwork

    Ex: He doesn't really have a passion for writing anymore, but he keeps going, knocking out books regular as clockwork to keep that steady paycheck coming in.

    Ex: It ran like clockwork and there no complaints from anyone.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como un reloj

  • 577 como un relámpago

    figurado as quick as a flash
    * * *
    as quick as lightning, in a flash
    * * *
    = like greased lightning, like the clappers
    Ex. The idea came to her in a flash like greased lightning.
    Ex. At one point her leg and arm stopped shaking but her eye was going like the clappers.
    * * *
    = like greased lightning, like the clappers

    Ex: The idea came to her in a flash like greased lightning.

    Ex: At one point her leg and arm stopped shaking but her eye was going like the clappers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como un relámpago

  • 578 como una balsa de aceite

    (mar) like a millpond 2 figurado very peaceful
    * * *
    = like a millpond, calm like a millpond
    Ex. In 1986, the political scene, too, was like a millpond.
    Ex. At other times, the sea was calm like a millpond.
    * * *
    = like a millpond, calm like a millpond

    Ex: In 1986, the political scene, too, was like a millpond.

    Ex: At other times, the sea was calm like a millpond.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como una balsa de aceite

  • 579 como último recurso

    as a last resort
    * * *
    = as a last resort, in the last resort
    Ex. Many use the service only as a last resort (there is a modest charge for it), when they themselves have searched in vain but feel in their bones that the library has it.
    Ex. Heaney noted that 'in the first place and in the last resort, libraries are for dear life also'.
    * * *
    = as a last resort, in the last resort

    Ex: Many use the service only as a last resort (there is a modest charge for it), when they themselves have searched in vain but feel in their bones that the library has it.

    Ex: Heaney noted that 'in the first place and in the last resort, libraries are for dear life also'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como último recurso

  • 580 considerar como

    v.
    to regard as, to account as, to consider as, to deem as.
    Silvia considera a Ricardo como un hermano Silvia regards Ricardo as a brother.
    * * *
    (v.) = class
    Ex. 30 million Americans are classed as functionally illiterate.
    * * *
    (v.) = class

    Ex: 30 million Americans are classed as functionally illiterate.

    Spanish-English dictionary > considerar como


Поделиться ссылкой на выделенное

Прямая ссылка:
Нажмите правой клавишей мыши и выберите «Копировать ссылку»

Мы используем куки для наилучшего представления нашего сайта. Продолжая использовать данный сайт, вы соглашаетесь с этим.