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  • 321 evitar que + salir

    (v.) = keep + Nombre + in
    Ex. Many farmers and ranchers construct barbed-wire fences on their property to keep livestock in and unwelcome guests out.
    * * *
    (v.) = keep + Nombre + in

    Ex: Many farmers and ranchers construct barbed-wire fences on their property to keep livestock in and unwelcome guests out.

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  • 322 ganar cuando todo parece estar perdido

    Ex. The article is entitled ' Victory from the jaws of defeat: a tribute to the Newark Public Library'.
    * * *

    Ex: The article is entitled ' Victory from the jaws of defeat: a tribute to the Newark Public Library'.

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  • 323 imposibilitado para salir de casa

    (n.) = housebound [house-bound], homebound [home-bound]
    Ex. The needs of readers housebound by physical disability, or made immobile by increasing age, are met by a supply of reading material from a van delivery service.
    Ex. The library extends its traditional services to those homebound due to illness or handicaps through its community services librarian.
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    (n.) = housebound [house-bound], homebound [home-bound]

    Ex: The needs of readers housebound by physical disability, or made immobile by increasing age, are met by a supply of reading material from a van delivery service.

    Ex: The library extends its traditional services to those homebound due to illness or handicaps through its community services librarian.

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  • 324 invitar a Alguien a salir

    (v.) = ask + Nombre + out
    Ex. The problem is compounded by the fact that his boss, my second-removed boss, the director of the library, has asked me out.
    * * *
    (v.) = ask + Nombre + out

    Ex: The problem is compounded by the fact that his boss, my second-removed boss, the director of the library, has asked me out.

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  • 325 invitar a salir

    (v.) = take + Nombre + out
    Ex. I sometimes take them out to eat and always use my own car.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + Nombre + out

    Ex: I sometimes take them out to eat and always use my own car.

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  • 326 no salir mal parado por

    = be none the worse for (that), be none the worse for wear
    Ex. The author concludes that although many of the innovations discussed did not survive, the schools were none the worse for their experimentation.
    Ex. He even has found a fish's stomach with puncture holes caused by eating a catfish, and the fish was still none the worse for wear.
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    = be none the worse for (that), be none the worse for wear

    Ex: The author concludes that although many of the innovations discussed did not survive, the schools were none the worse for their experimentation.

    Ex: He even has found a fish's stomach with puncture holes caused by eating a catfish, and the fish was still none the worse for wear.

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  • 327 obligar a salir

    (v.) = drive out + with a pitchfork, push out
    Ex. It seems that classification is like nature: if you drive her out with a pitchfork, she will soon find her way back.
    Ex. There is today culture of all sorts at all levels (high culture, middle-brow culture and mass culture) and there is no evidence to show that the one sort pushes out the other.
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    (v.) = drive out + with a pitchfork, push out

    Ex: It seems that classification is like nature: if you drive her out with a pitchfork, she will soon find her way back.

    Ex: There is today culture of all sorts at all levels (high culture, middle-brow culture and mass culture) and there is no evidence to show that the one sort pushes out the other.

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  • 328 obligar a salir de

    (v.) = force from
    Ex. The economically told chronicle of Slake's adventures is an eloquent study of poverty, of fear, and finally of hope as circumstances converge to force Slake from his temporary limbo.
    * * *
    (v.) = force from

    Ex: The economically told chronicle of Slake's adventures is an eloquent study of poverty, of fear, and finally of hope as circumstances converge to force Slake from his temporary limbo.

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  • 329 para cuando

    adv.
    when, at what date.
    * * *
    Ex. The saved document list may actually contain fewer documents than were reported back because, by the time the list is saved, duplicates are removed.
    * * *

    Ex: The saved document list may actually contain fewer documents than were reported back because, by the time the list is saved, duplicates are removed.

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  • 330 personas que no pueden salir de casa

    (n.) = homebound, the
    Ex. The system incorporates a mail service to the homebound.
    * * *
    (n.) = homebound, the

    Ex: The system incorporates a mail service to the homebound.

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  • 331 que puede salir en préstamo

    (adj.) = loanable
    Ex. At any given level of demand, fewer loanable copies of an item are needed if provision is made on a national rather than a regional basis.
    * * *
    (adj.) = loanable

    Ex: At any given level of demand, fewer loanable copies of an item are needed if provision is made on a national rather than a regional basis.

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  • 332 salir a

    v.
    1 to go out to.
    María salió a comer Mary went out to eat.
    María sale al patio Mary goes out to the yard.
    2 to go out to, to come out to, to go off to.
    María salió a comer Mary went out to eat.
    3 to lead into, to run into.
    Esta calle sale a la plaza This street leads into the square.
    4 to flow into.
    Los ríos salen al mar Rivers flow into the sea.
    5 to come up for.
    La pregunta salió a discusión hoy The question came up for discussion today.
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    * * *
    (v.) = propagate out to, crash to, be out to
    Ex. We must develop and study intelligent interfaces that propagate out to the information universe and report back to us.
    Ex. On occasion the use of this program has caused Windows to crash to DOS.
    Ex. If the reference head is out to lunch, the exception to the lending policy must be handled by the new librarian.
    * * *
    (v.) = propagate out to, crash to, be out to

    Ex: We must develop and study intelligent interfaces that propagate out to the information universe and report back to us.

    Ex: On occasion the use of this program has caused Windows to crash to DOS.
    Ex: If the reference head is out to lunch, the exception to the lending policy must be handled by the new librarian.

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  • 333 salir a borbotones

    (v.) = gush out, spurt
    Ex. For example, after a fire hydrant has been observed and described, children are addressed as follows: 'What would it feel like to be a fire hydrant? Try it and show how the water gushes out'.
    Ex. Her compositions were combinations of objects and hidden containers of pigment that spurted their contents when struck by bullets.
    * * *
    (v.) = gush out, spurt

    Ex: For example, after a fire hydrant has been observed and described, children are addressed as follows: 'What would it feel like to be a fire hydrant? Try it and show how the water gushes out'.

    Ex: Her compositions were combinations of objects and hidden containers of pigment that spurted their contents when struck by bullets.

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  • 334 salir a comer

    (v.) = eat out
    Ex. If you consider eating out a couple times a week a necessity rather than a lark, you aren't cut out for living on a shoestring.
    * * *
    (v.) = eat out

    Ex: If you consider eating out a couple times a week a necessity rather than a lark, you aren't cut out for living on a shoestring.

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  • 335 salir a dar un paseo

    (v.) = go out for + a walk
    Ex. She only went out for a walk but ended up staying out till sundown.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out for + a walk

    Ex: She only went out for a walk but ended up staying out till sundown.

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  • 336 salir a dar una vuelta

    (v.) = go out
    Ex. They decided one day to take it upon themselves without his knowledge to go out and solicit funds from some of the large corn processors and farm equipment manufacturers.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out

    Ex: They decided one day to take it upon themselves without his knowledge to go out and solicit funds from some of the large corn processors and farm equipment manufacturers.

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  • 337 salir a dar una vuelta en coche

    (v.) = go out for + a drive
    Ex. There was a time when even in cities it was regarded as a evidence of complete moral depravity for a man to go out for a drive on Sunday.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out for + a drive

    Ex: There was a time when even in cities it was regarded as a evidence of complete moral depravity for a man to go out for a drive on Sunday.

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  • 338 salir a echarse un cigarro

    (v.) = go out for + a smoke
    Ex. Those who are 'perfectionists' in such things will want to drive you crazy worrying about 'what if two people go out together' or 'it won't be accurate because some users go out for a smoke and then come right back in' or 'what about kids who run in and out' and so forth.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out for + a smoke

    Ex: Those who are 'perfectionists' in such things will want to drive you crazy worrying about 'what if two people go out together' or 'it won't be accurate because some users go out for a smoke and then come right back in' or 'what about kids who run in and out' and so forth.

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  • 339 salir a fumarse un cigarro

    (v.) = go out for + a smoke
    Ex. Those who are 'perfectionists' in such things will want to drive you crazy worrying about 'what if two people go out together' or 'it won't be accurate because some users go out for a smoke and then come right back in' or 'what about kids who run in and out' and so forth.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out for + a smoke

    Ex: Those who are 'perfectionists' in such things will want to drive you crazy worrying about 'what if two people go out together' or 'it won't be accurate because some users go out for a smoke and then come right back in' or 'what about kids who run in and out' and so forth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir a fumarse un cigarro

  • 340 salir a hurtadillas

    (v.) = steal away
    Ex. He had merely stolen away as inconspicuously as possible.
    * * *
    (v.) = steal away

    Ex: He had merely stolen away as inconspicuously as possible.

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