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  • 341 salir a la calle

    (v.) = go out, hit + the streets
    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.
    Ex. This highly anticipated follow-up album is due to hit the streets shortly, and not a minute too soon.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out, hit + the streets

    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.

    Ex: This highly anticipated follow-up album is due to hit the streets shortly, and not a minute too soon.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir a la calle

  • 342 salir a la calle en avalancha

    (v.) = spill (out) into + the streets
    Ex. Tens of thousands of immigrants spilled out into the streets in dozens of cities across the nation Monday in peaceful protests.
    * * *
    (v.) = spill (out) into + the streets

    Ex: Tens of thousands of immigrants spilled out into the streets in dozens of cities across the nation Monday in peaceful protests.

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  • 343 salir a la superficie

    (v.) = surface
    Ex. Power struggles are surfacing at major academic institutions across the USA.
    * * *
    (v.) = surface

    Ex: Power struggles are surfacing at major academic institutions across the USA.

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  • 344 salir a las mil maravillas

    (v.) = work + a treat, come up + a treat, go down + a treat
    Ex. It works a treat and handles the embedded CRLF perfectly.
    Ex. The window frames appeared to have not seen the light of day for over 50 years and were totally caked in dirt -- although with some elbow grease the window came up a treat.
    Ex. After only two days rehearsal we did a stormer of a gig from my point of view which went down a treat to a packed house.
    * * *
    (v.) = work + a treat, come up + a treat, go down + a treat

    Ex: It works a treat and handles the embedded CRLF perfectly.

    Ex: The window frames appeared to have not seen the light of day for over 50 years and were totally caked in dirt -- although with some elbow grease the window came up a treat.
    Ex: After only two days rehearsal we did a stormer of a gig from my point of view which went down a treat to a packed house.

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  • 345 salir a pasear 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.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir a pasear en coche

  • 346 salir a pedir de boca

    (v.) = come up + roses, go off without + a hitch
    Ex. The article 'Everything's coming up roses' provides an annotated list of selected books, information sources and software for those library users who wish to find information about rose gardening.
    Ex. Though she was sweating bullets, her show went off without a hitch.
    * * *
    (v.) = come up + roses, go off without + a hitch

    Ex: The article 'Everything's coming up roses' provides an annotated list of selected books, information sources and software for those library users who wish to find information about rose gardening.

    Ex: Though she was sweating bullets, her show went off without a hitch.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir a pedir de boca

  • 347 salir a toda prisa

    (v.) = make + a hasty exit
    Ex. The women will either look uncomfortable and make a hasty exit or will stand there with blank looks on their faces pretending not to have heard.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + a hasty exit

    Ex: The women will either look uncomfortable and make a hasty exit or will stand there with blank looks on their faces pretending not to have heard.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir a toda prisa

  • 348 salir a tomar una copa

    (v.) = go out for + a drink
    Ex. The most popular activities are either those involving little physical effort (eg, listening to records), looking after the house & garden, or gregarious activities like going out for a drink.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out for + a drink

    Ex: The most popular activities are either those involving little physical effort (eg, listening to records), looking after the house & garden, or gregarious activities like going out for a drink.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir a tomar una copa

  • 349 salir adelante a duras penas

    (v.) = eke out + a living, scratch (out) + a living, scrape + a living, eke out + an existence
    Ex. He represents not only hard-pressed immigrants and their plight but also everyone else eking out a living on the street corners of cities.
    Ex. David keeps at his pushcart, scratching out a living even in the dead of winter -- meanwhile, Rose secretly visits Sammy to watch out for him.
    Ex. A recent report finds that small business owners who employ five or less staff are, on average, barely scraping a living from all their effort.
    Ex. In thus eking out an existence, however, the washerwoman was very important for the survival of her family.
    * * *
    (v.) = eke out + a living, scratch (out) + a living, scrape + a living, eke out + an existence

    Ex: He represents not only hard-pressed immigrants and their plight but also everyone else eking out a living on the street corners of cities.

    Ex: David keeps at his pushcart, scratching out a living even in the dead of winter -- meanwhile, Rose secretly visits Sammy to watch out for him.
    Ex: A recent report finds that small business owners who employ five or less staff are, on average, barely scraping a living from all their effort.
    Ex: In thus eking out an existence, however, the washerwoman was very important for the survival of her family.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir adelante a duras penas

  • 350 salir adelante en la vida,

    (v.) = get on in + life
    Ex. He believed that, to get on in life, you just needed to work fairly hard and be a nice guy.
    * * *
    (v.) = get on in + life

    Ex: He believed that, to get on in life, you just needed to work fairly hard and be a nice guy.

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  • 351 salir adelante por uno mismo

    (v.) = pull + Reflexivo + up(wards) by + Posesivo + (own) bootstraps
    Ex. The idea was to induce people to pull themselves upward -- morally and intellectually -- by their bootstraps.
    * * *
    (v.) = pull + Reflexivo + up(wards) by + Posesivo + (own) bootstraps

    Ex: The idea was to induce people to pull themselves upward -- morally and intellectually -- by their bootstraps.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir adelante por uno mismo

  • 352 salir adelante sin la ayuda de nadie

    (v.) = pull + Reflexivo + up(wards) by + Posesivo + (own) bootstraps
    Ex. The idea was to induce people to pull themselves upward -- morally and intellectually -- by their bootstraps.
    * * *
    (v.) = pull + Reflexivo + up(wards) by + Posesivo + (own) bootstraps

    Ex: The idea was to induce people to pull themselves upward -- morally and intellectually -- by their bootstraps.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir adelante sin la ayuda de nadie

  • 353 salir airoso de

    (v.) = ride out
    Ex. Without any significant restructuring, the LIS programme in Iran will provide little in the way of riding out the rapid transition that the field is currently experiencing.
    * * *
    (v.) = ride out

    Ex: Without any significant restructuring, the LIS programme in Iran will provide little in the way of riding out the rapid transition that the field is currently experiencing.

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  • 354 salir ampollas

    (v.) = blister
    Ex. In the morning my shower started to splurt out boiling water, scalding my head so badly it has blistered.
    * * *
    (v.) = blister

    Ex: In the morning my shower started to splurt out boiling water, scalding my head so badly it has blistered.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir ampollas

  • 355 salir apresuradamente

    v.
    to leave hastily, to breeze off, to rush off, to bustle off.
    * * *
    (v.) = dash off, shoot off
    Ex. One at a time a bird lands, picks out a fat sunflower seed and then dashes off.
    Ex. The witness said that the cockpit of the ill-fated Boeing 737 shot off 'like a meteorite' when the plane hit the ground on its belly.
    * * *
    (v.) = dash off, shoot off

    Ex: One at a time a bird lands, picks out a fat sunflower seed and then dashes off.

    Ex: The witness said that the cockpit of the ill-fated Boeing 737 shot off 'like a meteorite' when the plane hit the ground on its belly
    .

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir apresuradamente

  • 356 salir bien

    v.
    1 to come out all right, to go right, to have success, to make out OK.
    Los planes claros salen bien Clear plans come out all right.
    2 to get good results, to be benefited by it.
    Me salió bien I got good results.
    3 to come out OK.
    Me salió bien la foto My picture came out OK.
    4 to have good luck with, to get good results with.
    Me salió bien el negocio I had good luck with the deal.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + well
    Ex. The move went well and only took 6 of the 10 days and 320 of the 500 volunteers scheduled.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + well

    Ex: The move went well and only took 6 of the 10 days and 320 of the 500 volunteers scheduled.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir bien

  • 357 salir bien al final

    (v.) = turn out + right in the end
    Ex. We can, of course, ignore the problem and hope that it all turns out right in the end after all, that is what we are doing now.
    * * *
    (v.) = turn out + right in the end

    Ex: We can, of course, ignore the problem and hope that it all turns out right in the end after all, that is what we are doing now.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir bien al final

  • 358 salir bramando

    (v.) = roar out of
    Ex. Across the street, an American tank roared out of the monumental gates of the Defense Ministry, untouched by the looters presumably because they knew that the ministry, at least, would be under close guard by American troops.
    * * *

    Ex: Across the street, an American tank roared out of the monumental gates of the Defense Ministry, untouched by the looters presumably because they knew that the ministry, at least, would be under close guard by American troops.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir bramando

  • 359 salir con estupideces

    (v.) = talk + nonsense
    Ex. Money is not the root of all evil but too much money can make you talk nonsense.
    * * *
    (v.) = talk + nonsense

    Ex: Money is not the root of all evil but too much money can make you talk nonsense.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir con estupideces

  • 360 salir corriendo

    v.
    to run out, to beat a hasty retreat, to charge off, to burst out.
    * * *
    (v.) = leg it, run off, run away, bolt, make + a bolt for, dash off, take off, shoot off, take off + running, take to + Posesivo + heels
    Ex. The book ' Legging it' overviews trends in male and female dress from the Middle Ages to the present, concentrating on leg coverings: breeches, trousers, stockings'.
    Ex. She ran off to take out the appropriate protection order against Mr. Pants, considering his intent to kill her.
    Ex. Street boys like Slake, a dodger used to running away, do not, even when they are myopic and dreamers, allow themselves to bump into lampposts.
    Ex. These are some of the shots I took before the heavens opened and we bolted for the car.
    Ex. Most birds, faced with a predator, will make a bolt for safety, even if it means abandoning any eggs or chicks in its nest.
    Ex. One at a time a bird lands, picks out a fat sunflower seed and then dashes off.
    Ex. No, he was not one to take off like a deer at the first warning of certain dangers.
    Ex. The witness said that the cockpit of the ill-fated Boeing 737 shot off 'like a meteorite' when the plane hit the ground on its belly.
    Ex. But luckily the animals were all fairly timid and with a holler they would take off running.
    Ex. When the lad heard it he got frightened, and took to his heels as though he were running a race.
    * * *
    (v.) = leg it, run off, run away, bolt, make + a bolt for, dash off, take off, shoot off, take off + running, take to + Posesivo + heels

    Ex: The book ' Legging it' overviews trends in male and female dress from the Middle Ages to the present, concentrating on leg coverings: breeches, trousers, stockings'.

    Ex: She ran off to take out the appropriate protection order against Mr. Pants, considering his intent to kill her.
    Ex: Street boys like Slake, a dodger used to running away, do not, even when they are myopic and dreamers, allow themselves to bump into lampposts.
    Ex: These are some of the shots I took before the heavens opened and we bolted for the car.
    Ex: Most birds, faced with a predator, will make a bolt for safety, even if it means abandoning any eggs or chicks in its nest.
    Ex: One at a time a bird lands, picks out a fat sunflower seed and then dashes off.
    Ex: No, he was not one to take off like a deer at the first warning of certain dangers.
    Ex: The witness said that the cockpit of the ill-fated Boeing 737 shot off 'like a meteorite' when the plane hit the ground on its belly
    .
    Ex: But luckily the animals were all fairly timid and with a holler they would take off running.
    Ex: When the lad heard it he got frightened, and took to his heels as though he were running a race.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir corriendo

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