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  • 541 hacerse oír

    v.
    to make oneself heard, to make oneself be heard.
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    (v.) = make + Reflexivo + heard, make + Posesivo + voice heard
    Ex. By shouting they may make themselves heard, but they also coarsen the quality of the sounds they produce, limiting the range and vocal color = Si gritan pueden hacerse oír, pero también embastecen la calidad de los sonidos que producen, limitando los rasgos de la voz y los tonos vocales.
    Ex. In the USA and Canada women in librarianship have organised themselves and made their voices heard.
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    (v.) = make + Reflexivo + heard, make + Posesivo + voice heard

    Ex: By shouting they may make themselves heard, but they also coarsen the quality of the sounds they produce, limiting the range and vocal color = Si gritan pueden hacerse oír, pero también embastecen la calidad de los sonidos que producen, limitando los rasgos de la voz y los tonos vocales.

    Ex: In the USA and Canada women in librarianship have organised themselves and made their voices heard.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerse oír

  • 542 hacerse responsable

    v.
    to become responsible, to hold oneself responsible, to carry the ball, to assume responsibility.
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    (v.) = assume + role
    Ex. By virtue of standing an easy first among the libraries of the region -- first in size of collection, first in financial support, and first in that mysterious quality known as 'excellence' -- Dorado was asked to assume the role.
    * * *
    (v.) = assume + role

    Ex: By virtue of standing an easy first among the libraries of the region -- first in size of collection, first in financial support, and first in that mysterious quality known as 'excellence' -- Dorado was asked to assume the role.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerse responsable

  • 543 hacerse ver

    (v.) = gain + exposure
    Ex. Authors gain exposure in their domain -- isn't it why one publishes? -- all the more so if it is through peer reviewing and what we hope will be a high quality conference.
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    (v.) = gain + exposure

    Ex: Authors gain exposure in their domain -- isn't it why one publishes? -- all the more so if it is through peer reviewing and what we hope will be a high quality conference.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerse ver

  • 544 hacerse visible

    (v.) = gain + exposure
    Ex. Authors gain exposure in their domain -- isn't it why one publishes? -- all the more so if it is through peer reviewing and what we hope will be a high quality conference.
    * * *
    (v.) = gain + exposure

    Ex: Authors gain exposure in their domain -- isn't it why one publishes? -- all the more so if it is through peer reviewing and what we hope will be a high quality conference.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerse visible

  • 545 hacia el este

    (adj.) = eastward(s), eastbound
    Ex. The dust clouds travel eastward, affecting air quality in China, Korea and Japan, and occasionally the continental United States.
    Ex. If you look at the tube map northbound is up, southbound is down, eastbound is right and westbound is left.
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    (adj.) = eastward(s), eastbound

    Ex: The dust clouds travel eastward, affecting air quality in China, Korea and Japan, and occasionally the continental United States.

    Ex: If you look at the tube map northbound is up, southbound is down, eastbound is right and westbound is left.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacia el este

  • 546 hastiado

    adj.
    weary, bored, blasé, tired.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: hastiar.
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    1→ link=hastiar hastiar
    1 disgusted (de, with), sick (de, of)
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    = sated, fed up, jaded, weary [wearier -comp., weariest -sup.].
    Ex. This article portrays archivists on the one hand as conscientious and orderly preservers of history, on the other as sated pragmatists who have lost their idealism.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Tough luck: To be a professional sport climber in America probably means you're broke, fed up and still no match for the foreign competition'.
    Ex. He is notorious for poking fun at those who advance jaded, esoteric ideas about the importance of studying classical languages.
    Ex. Humanity is returning to the downsized, reengineered, total quality management weary business world.
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    * hastiado de la recesión económica = recession-weary.
    * * *
    = sated, fed up, jaded, weary [wearier -comp., weariest -sup.].

    Ex: This article portrays archivists on the one hand as conscientious and orderly preservers of history, on the other as sated pragmatists who have lost their idealism.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Tough luck: To be a professional sport climber in America probably means you're broke, fed up and still no match for the foreign competition'.
    Ex: He is notorious for poking fun at those who advance jaded, esoteric ideas about the importance of studying classical languages.
    Ex: Humanity is returning to the downsized, reengineered, total quality management weary business world.
    * hastiado de la recesión económica = recession-weary.

    * * *

    Del verbo hastiar: ( conjugate hastiar)

    hastiado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    hastiado    
    hastiar
    hastiado,-a adjetivo sick, tired [de, of]
    hastiar verbo transitivo to bore, sicken, disgust
    ' hastiado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aburrida
    - aburrido
    - ahíta
    - ahíto
    - cansada
    - cansado
    - harta
    - harto
    - hastiada
    - hastiarse
    English:
    jaded

    Spanish-English dictionary > hastiado

  • 547 hecho por el autor

    = author-designated, author-prepared
    Ex. Citations, then, are explicit author-designated links between various items in the literature.
    Ex. The upshot has been that author-prepared abstracts vary considerably in quality.
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    = author-designated, author-prepared

    Ex: Citations, then, are explicit author-designated links between various items in the literature.

    Ex: The upshot has been that author-prepared abstracts vary considerably in quality.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hecho por el autor

  • 548 herramienta para profesionales

    (n.) = specialist tool, professional tool
    Ex. Modern cars and vans require specialist tools and electronic devices to ensure the correct maintenance and corrective action is applied.
    Ex. To be successful you need professional tools, top quality supplies and also the knowledge of how to use them.
    * * *
    (n.) = specialist tool, professional tool

    Ex: Modern cars and vans require specialist tools and electronic devices to ensure the correct maintenance and corrective action is applied.

    Ex: To be successful you need professional tools, top quality supplies and also the knowledge of how to use them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > herramienta para profesionales

  • 549 herramienta profesional

    (n.) = specialist tool, professional tool
    Ex. Modern cars and vans require specialist tools and electronic devices to ensure the correct maintenance and corrective action is applied.
    Ex. To be successful you need professional tools, top quality supplies and also the knowledge of how to use them.
    * * *
    (n.) = specialist tool, professional tool

    Ex: Modern cars and vans require specialist tools and electronic devices to ensure the correct maintenance and corrective action is applied.

    Ex: To be successful you need professional tools, top quality supplies and also the knowledge of how to use them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > herramienta profesional

  • 550 hervir1

    1 = boil, stew.
    Ex. Some success was achieved in 1851 by boiling straw in caustic soda and mixing it with rag stock, but the resulting paper was still of poor quality and was little used by printers.
    Ex. Drying and stewing fruit was a picnic compared to the elaborate rituals involved in the preparation and preservation of meat.
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    * hervir a fuego lento = simmer.
    * hervir agua = boil + water.
    * tetera para hervir agua = kettle.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hervir1

  • 551 hogar de convalecencia

    (n.) = convalescence home, convalescent home
    Ex. When WWII broke out her large home became a convalescence home for wounded soldiers.
    Ex. This convalescent home provides high quality rest, recuperation and respite care for adults of all ages and from all walks of life.
    * * *
    (n.) = convalescence home, convalescent home

    Ex: When WWII broke out her large home became a convalescence home for wounded soldiers.

    Ex: This convalescent home provides high quality rest, recuperation and respite care for adults of all ages and from all walks of life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hogar de convalecencia

  • 552 hogar de reposo

    (n.) = convalescence home, convalescent home
    Ex. When WWII broke out her large home became a convalescence home for wounded soldiers.
    Ex. This convalescent home provides high quality rest, recuperation and respite care for adults of all ages and from all walks of life.
    * * *
    (n.) = convalescence home, convalescent home

    Ex: When WWII broke out her large home became a convalescence home for wounded soldiers.

    Ex: This convalescent home provides high quality rest, recuperation and respite care for adults of all ages and from all walks of life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hogar de reposo

  • 553 homofonía

    f.
    homophony.
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    1 homophony
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    Nota: Característica de una palabra que tiene la misma forma fonética que otra pero que varía en el significado.
    Ex. Homophony is the quality of two or more terms having the same phonic form but independent meanings.
    * * *
    Nota: Característica de una palabra que tiene la misma forma fonética que otra pero que varía en el significado.

    Ex: Homophony is the quality of two or more terms having the same phonic form but independent meanings.

    * * *
    Ling homophony

    Spanish-English dictionary > homofonía

  • 554 homografía

    f.
    homography.
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    Nota: Característica de una palabra que tiene la misma representación gráfica que otra pero varía en significado.
    Ex. Homography is the quality of two or more terms having the same graphic form but independent meanings.
    * * *
    Nota: Característica de una palabra que tiene la misma representación gráfica que otra pero varía en significado.

    Ex: Homography is the quality of two or more terms having the same graphic form but independent meanings.

    * * *
    Ling homography

    Spanish-English dictionary > homografía

  • 555 homonimia

    f.
    homonymy.
    * * *
    = homonymity, homonymy.
    Nota: Característica de dos o más términos que tienen la misma forma gráfica o fónica pero significados independientes.
    Ex. Homonymy is the quality of two or more terms having the same graphic or phonic form but independent meanings.
    Ex. Homonymy is the quality of two or more terms having the same graphic or phonic form but independent meanings.
    * * *
    = homonymity, homonymy.
    Nota: Característica de dos o más términos que tienen la misma forma gráfica o fónica pero significados independientes.

    Ex: Homonymy is the quality of two or more terms having the same graphic or phonic form but independent meanings.

    Ex: Homonymy is the quality of two or more terms having the same graphic or phonic form but independent meanings.

    * * *
    homonymity, homonymy
    * * *
    homonymy

    Spanish-English dictionary > homonimia

  • 556 hora de comer

    lunch time, dinner time
    * * *
    (n.) = mealtime [meal time]
    Ex. Comments were made on the starting time of the conference, mealtimes, the quality of speakers and the subject of next conference.
    * * *
    (n.) = mealtime [meal time]

    Ex: Comments were made on the starting time of the conference, mealtimes, the quality of speakers and the subject of next conference.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hora de comer

  • 557 hora de comienzo

    (n.) = starting time, start time
    Ex. Comments were made on the starting time of the conference, mealtimes, the quality of speakers and the subject of next conference.
    Ex. Reservations are held for 20 minutes after the slated event start time.
    * * *
    (n.) = starting time, start time

    Ex: Comments were made on the starting time of the conference, mealtimes, the quality of speakers and the subject of next conference.

    Ex: Reservations are held for 20 minutes after the slated event start time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hora de comienzo

  • 558 hora de la comida

    (n.) = mealtime [meal time]
    Ex. Comments were made on the starting time of the conference, mealtimes, the quality of speakers and the subject of next conference.
    * * *
    (n.) = mealtime [meal time]

    Ex: Comments were made on the starting time of the conference, mealtimes, the quality of speakers and the subject of next conference.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hora de la comida

  • 559 horario comercial

    (tienda) opening hours plural 2 (empresa) business hours plural
    * * *
    = shopping hours, business hours
    Ex. The author discusses the effects of the reform of the Sunday shopping hours on national shopping habits.
    Ex. In order to improve the quality of library services it is essential to provide suitable equipment and premises and to determine suitable library business hours.
    * * *
    = shopping hours, business hours

    Ex: The author discusses the effects of the reform of the Sunday shopping hours on national shopping habits.

    Ex: In order to improve the quality of library services it is essential to provide suitable equipment and premises and to determine suitable library business hours.

    * * *
    business hours pl

    Spanish-English dictionary > horario comercial

  • 560 horas de apertura

    Ex. In order to improve the quality of library services it is essential to provide suitable equipment and premises and to determine suitable library business hours.
    * * *

    Ex: In order to improve the quality of library services it is essential to provide suitable equipment and premises and to determine suitable library business hours.

    Spanish-English dictionary > horas de apertura

См. также в других словарях:

  • mediocre — I adjective acceptable, adequate, all right, average, banal, colorless, common, commonplace, decent, everyday, fair, fairish, good enough, inconsequential, indifferent, inferior, inglorious, insignificant, lesser, lifeless, low class, low grade,… …   Law dictionary

  • mediocre — me di*o cre (m[=e] d[i^]*[=o] k[ e]r), a. [F. m[ e]diocre, L. mediocris, fr. medius middle. See {Mid}.] Of a middle quality; of but a moderate or low degree of excellence; indifferent; ordinary. A very mediocre poet. Pope. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • mediocre — [adj] average, commonplace characterless, colorless, common, conventional, decent, dull, fair, fairish, fair to middling*, humdrum*, indifferent, inferior, insignificant, intermediate, mainstream, mean, medium, middling, moderate, no great… …   New thesaurus

  • mediocre — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ of only average or fairly low quality. ORIGIN Latin mediocris of middle height or degree (literally somewhat rugged or mountainous ), from medius middle + ocris rugged mountain …   English terms dictionary

  • mediocre — me·di·o·cre (mē′dē ō’kər) adj. ▸ Of ordinary or undistinguished quality. See Synonyms at AVERAGE(Cf. ↑average). ╂ [French médiocre, from Latin mediocris : medius, middle; see medhyo + ocris, a rugged mountain; see ak .] Word History: Belying the… …   Word Histories

  • mediocre — [[t]mi͟ːdio͟ʊkə(r)[/t]] ADJ GRADED (disapproval) If you describe something as mediocre, you mean that it is of average quality but you think it should be better. His school record was mediocre. ...mediocre music. Syn: second rate …   English dictionary

  • mediocre — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. average, ordinary, standard; see common 1 , dull 4 , fair 2 . II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. fair, okay, ordinary, middling, soso, okay, passable, tolerable, run of the mill, garden variety, *fair to middling, second… …   English dictionary for students

  • mediocre — adjective /ˈmiː.diːˌəʊ.kə/ Ordinary: not extraordinary; not special, exceptional, or great; of medium quality; Im pretty good at tennis but only mediocre at racquetball. Syn: middling …   Wiktionary

  • mediocre — me|di|o|cre [ ,midi oukər ] adjective average or below average in quality: a mediocre performance …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • mediocre — [ˌmi:dɪ əʊkə] adjective of only average quality. Derivatives mediocrely adverb Origin C16: from Fr. médiocre, from L. mediocris of middle height or degree , lit. somewhat mountainous …   English new terms dictionary

  • mediocre — UK [ˌmiːdɪˈəʊkə(r)] / US [ˌmɪdɪˈoʊkər] adjective average or below average in quality, ability, or achievement a mediocre performance …   English dictionary


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