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  • 1 Albania

    1 Albania
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino Albania
    * * *
    Ex. The article is entitled 'A Balkan journey: an outreach exploration to Albania, Bulgaria and Macedonia'.
    ----
    * de Albania = Albanian.
    * * *
    femenino Albania
    * * *

    Ex: The article is entitled 'A Balkan journey: an outreach exploration to Albania, Bulgaria and Macedonia'.

    * de Albania = Albanian.

    * * *
    Albania
    * * *

    Albania sustantivo femenino
    Albania
    ' Albania' also found in these entries:
    English:
    Albania
    - go after
    - take
    * * *
    Albania
    * * *
    f Albania

    Spanish-English dictionary > Albania

  • 2 Antigüedad, la

    = Ancient World, the
    Ex. Bexley has a different but similar system, which contains 31 broad categories including Ancient World, Travel and Exploration, Paranormal and War.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Antigüedad, la

  • 3 Europa

    f.
    Europe.
    Europa Central Central Europe
    Europa del Este Eastern Europe
    Europa Occidental Western Europe
    * * *
    1 Europe
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino Europe
    * * *
    = Europe.
    Ex. The subdivision 'Discovery and Exploration' under geographic names reinforces the popularly held notion that the world outside Western Europe had no history -- and only a shaky hold on existence -- before it was 'discovered' by Western Europeans.
    ----
    * Centro de Europa = Mitteleurope.
    * con sede en Europa = European-based.
    * de Europa del Este = Eastern European.
    * de Europa Occidental = Western-European, West European.
    * del sur de Europa = Southern European.
    * Europa Central = Central Europe, Mitteleurope.
    * Europa Central del Este = East Central Europe.
    * Europa continental = continental Europe.
    * Europa del Este = Eastern Europe.
    * Europa del norte = northern Europe.
    * Europa del Sur = Southern Europe.
    * Europa occidental = Western Europe.
    * norte de Europa = northern Europe.
    * país de Europa del Este = Eastern European country.
    * partidario de Europa = Europeanist.
    * según el huso horario de Europa Central = CET (Central European Time).
    * SIGLE (Sistema de Información sobre Literatura Gris en Europa) = SIGLE (System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe).
    * * *
    femenino Europe
    * * *

    Ex: The subdivision 'Discovery and Exploration' under geographic names reinforces the popularly held notion that the world outside Western Europe had no history -- and only a shaky hold on existence -- before it was 'discovered' by Western Europeans.

    * Centro de Europa = Mitteleurope.
    * con sede en Europa = European-based.
    * de Europa del Este = Eastern European.
    * de Europa Occidental = Western-European, West European.
    * del sur de Europa = Southern European.
    * Europa Central = Central Europe, Mitteleurope.
    * Europa Central del Este = East Central Europe.
    * Europa continental = continental Europe.
    * Europa del Este = Eastern Europe.
    * Europa del norte = northern Europe.
    * Europa del Sur = Southern Europe.
    * Europa occidental = Western Europe.
    * norte de Europa = northern Europe.
    * país de Europa del Este = Eastern European country.
    * partidario de Europa = Europeanist.
    * según el huso horario de Europa Central = CET (Central European Time).
    * SIGLE (Sistema de Información sobre Literatura Gris en Europa) = SIGLE (System for Information on Grey Literature in Europe).

    * * *
    Europe
    Compuestos:
    Central Europe
    Western Europe
    Eastern Europe
    * * *

    Europa sustantivo femenino
    Europe
    Europa sustantivo femenino Europe
    ' Europa' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    darse
    - este
    - monetaria
    - monetario
    - teatro
    - consejo
    - dedo
    English:
    big
    - continent
    - Council of Europe
    - disastrous
    - Eastern Europe
    - elk
    - Europe
    - face
    - in
    - mode
    - original
    - throughout
    - Western Europe
    - wop
    - around
    - Central
    - continental
    - council
    - dot
    - eastern
    - elsewhere
    - one
    - qualify
    - shift
    - VE-Day
    - whole
    * * *
    1.
    Europe
    Europa Central Central Europe;
    Europa del Este Eastern Europe;
    Europa Occidental Western Europe;
    Europa Oriental Eastern Europe
    2. Mitol Europa
    * * *
    f Europe

    Spanish-English dictionary > Europa

  • 4 aerogeología cósmica

    Ex. The Scientific Research Institute of cosmic aerogeology has set up an automated information retrieval system on remote exploration.
    * * *

    Ex: The Scientific Research Institute of cosmic aerogeology has set up an automated information retrieval system on remote exploration.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aerogeología cósmica

  • 5 antigüedad

    f.
    1 antique, antique object, curio, relic.
    2 seniority, standing.
    3 antiquity, ancient history, ancient times, days of yore.
    4 length of service, duration of service.
    * * *
    1 (período) antiquity
    2 (en empleo) seniority
    3 (objeto) antique
    \
    en la antigüedad in olden days, in former times
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=época) antiquity

    los artistas de la antigüedad — the artists of antiquity, the artists of the ancient world

    alta antigüedad, remota antigüedad — high antiquity

    2) (=edad) antiquity, age; [en empleo] seniority
    3) (=objeto) antique
    * * *
    a) (de monumento, objeto) age
    b) ( en el trabajo) seniority
    c) la Antigüedad (Hist) antiquity
    d) antigüedades femenino plural antiques (pl)
    * * *
    = antiquity, seniority, ancient times, oldness, age.
    Ex. The line of command concept also had its origins in the armies of antiquity and medieval ages.
    Ex. Promotions are arrived at by seniority, written examinations, and oral interviews.
    Ex. Thus, libraries of ancient times stored clay tablets, papyrus rolls, parchment scrolls and so on.
    Ex. Subsequent lessons identify changing demographic and social characteristics of older people in the United States and determine criteria for judging ' oldness'.
    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.
    ----
    * antigüedades = antiques.
    * Antigüedad, la = Ancient World, the.
    * años de antigüedad = length of service.
    * clasificación por antigüedad = seniority ranking.
    * con más antigüedad = longest-serving.
    * desde la antigüedad = since ancient times.
    * en la antigüedad = in antiquity.
    * * *
    a) (de monumento, objeto) age
    b) ( en el trabajo) seniority
    c) la Antigüedad (Hist) antiquity
    d) antigüedades femenino plural antiques (pl)
    * * *
    la Antigüedad
    = Ancient World, the

    Ex: Bexley has a different but similar system, which contains 31 broad categories including Ancient World, Travel and Exploration, Paranormal and War.

    = antiquity, seniority, ancient times, oldness, age.

    Ex: The line of command concept also had its origins in the armies of antiquity and medieval ages.

    Ex: Promotions are arrived at by seniority, written examinations, and oral interviews.
    Ex: Thus, libraries of ancient times stored clay tablets, papyrus rolls, parchment scrolls and so on.
    Ex: Subsequent lessons identify changing demographic and social characteristics of older people in the United States and determine criteria for judging ' oldness'.
    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.
    * antigüedades = antiques.
    * Antigüedad, la = Ancient World, the.
    * años de antigüedad = length of service.
    * clasificación por antigüedad = seniority ranking.
    * con más antigüedad = longest-serving.
    * desde la antigüedad = since ancient times.
    * en la antigüedad = in antiquity.

    * * *
    1 (de un monumento, un objeto) age
    esas ruinas tienen varios siglos de antigüedad those ruins are several centuries old
    2 (en el trabajo) seniority
    por orden de antigüedad according to seniority o length of service
    3
    la Antigüedad ( Hist) antiquity
    la Antigüedad Clásica Classical times
    4 antigüedades fpl antiques (pl)
    * * *

    antigüedad sustantivo femenino
    a) (de monumento, objeto) age;





    d) ( época):


    antigüedad sustantivo femenino
    1 (edad de un objeto) age
    2 (periodo histórico) antiquity
    en la antigüedad, in olden days, in former times
    3 (en un puesto de trabajo) seniority
    4 (objeto de valor por ser de otra época) antique
    tienda de antigüedades, antique shop
    ' antigüedad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    veteranía
    English:
    antique
    - antiquity
    - inhabit
    - senior
    - seniority
    - service
    - date
    * * *
    1. [edad] antiquity
    2. [veteranía] seniority;
    un plus de antigüedad a seniority bonus;
    un trabajador de veinte años de antigüedad a worker who has been with the company for twenty years
    antigüedad laboral seniority [in a post]
    3. Hist
    la Antigüedad (clásica) (Classical) Antiquity
    4. [objeto antiguo] antique;
    antigüedades [tienda] antique shop
    * * *
    f
    1 age
    2 en el trabajo length of service, seniority
    3
    :
    antigüedades pl antiques
    * * *
    1) : antiquity
    2) : seniority
    3) : age
    con siglos de antigüedad: centuries-old
    : antiques
    * * *
    2. (época) ancient times
    3. (objeto) antique

    Spanish-English dictionary > antigüedad

  • 6 aportado por el autor

    Ex. The exploration aims to view table of contents terminology in the context of functions served by other representations of subject information, including Library of Congress subject headings, work title terminology, and author-contributed front matter.
    * * *

    Ex: The exploration aims to view table of contents terminology in the context of functions served by other representations of subject information, including Library of Congress subject headings, work title terminology, and author-contributed front matter.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aportado por el autor

  • 7 balcánico

    adj.
    1 Balkan, pertaining to the Balkan States or their people.
    2 Balkan, pertaining to the Balkan Mountains.
    m.
    Balkan, inhabitant of the Balkan States or The Balkans.
    * * *
    1 Balkan
    * * *
    ADJ Balkan
    * * *
    = Balkan.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'A Balkan journey: an outreach exploration to Albania, Bulgaria and Macedonia'.
    ----
    * países balcánicos, los = Balkans, the.
    * * *

    Ex: The article is entitled 'A Balkan journey: an outreach exploration to Albania, Bulgaria and Macedonia'.

    * países balcánicos, los = Balkans, the.

    * * *
    Balkan
    los países balcánicos the Balkan states
    * * *
    balcánico, -a adj
    Balkan
    * * *
    adj Balkan
    * * *
    balcánico, -ca adj
    : Balkan

    Spanish-English dictionary > balcánico

  • 8 bibliografía de recursos en Internet

    (n.) = webliography
    Ex. This article a short webliography of starting points for further exploration of this subject area.
    * * *

    Ex: This article a short webliography of starting points for further exploration of this subject area.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bibliografía de recursos en Internet

  • 9 buceo

    m.
    (underwater) diving.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: bucear.
    * * *
    1 diving
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino underwater swimming, diving
    * * *
    = diving, scuba diving.
    Ex. Sitting on top of a launch rocket waiting for somebody to push a button and send you hurtling off into outer space is a doddle when compared with diving.
    Ex. Fiji is without doubt the best of the South Pacific destinations for both scuba diving and snorkelling.
    ----
    * buceo con gafas y tubo = snorkel(l)ing.
    * escuela de buceo = diving school, scuba diving school.
    * traje de buceo = wetsuit.
    * * *
    masculino underwater swimming, diving
    * * *
    = diving, scuba diving.

    Ex: Sitting on top of a launch rocket waiting for somebody to push a button and send you hurtling off into outer space is a doddle when compared with diving.

    Ex: Fiji is without doubt the best of the South Pacific destinations for both scuba diving and snorkelling.
    * buceo con gafas y tubo = snorkel(l)ing.
    * escuela de buceo = diving school, scuba diving school.
    * traje de buceo = wetsuit.

    * * *
    diving, underwater swimming
    Compuesto:
    deep-sea diving
    * * *

    Del verbo bucear: ( conjugate bucear)

    buceo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    buceó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    bucear    
    buceo
    bucear ( conjugate bucear) verbo intransitivo
    to swim underwater, to dive
    buceo sustantivo masculino
    underwater swimming, diving
    bucear vi (en aguas profundas) to dive
    (en la piscina) to swim under water
    buceo sustantivo masculino diving
    ' buceo' also found in these entries:
    English:
    diving
    - scuba
    - skin-diving
    - snorkel
    - deep
    - scuba diving
    - skin
    * * *
    buceo nm
    diving
    * * *
    m diving
    * * *
    buceo nm
    1) : diving, scuba diving
    2) : exploration, searching
    * * *
    buceo n diving

    Spanish-English dictionary > buceo

  • 10 casi fanático

    Ex. The shock of Sputnik precipitated a near-frantic concern about our technological complacency, sending the country into a crash program of science education and space exploration in order to regain a lost prestige.
    * * *

    Ex: The shock of Sputnik precipitated a near-frantic concern about our technological complacency, sending the country into a crash program of science education and space exploration in order to regain a lost prestige.

    Spanish-English dictionary > casi fanático

  • 11 cautivar

    v.
    1 to capture.
    2 to captivate, to enchant.
    Su belleza cautivó a Pedro Her beauty captivated Peter.
    3 to be captivating.
    Tanta belleza cautiva So much beauty is captivating.
    4 to be delighted to.
    Me cautiva oír ópera I am delighted to listen to opera.
    5 to be delighted by.
    Me cautivan tus ocurrencias I am delighted by your remarks.
    * * *
    1 to take prisoner, capture
    2 figurado (atraer) to captivate, charm
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=hacer prisionero a) (Mil) to capture, take prisoner
    2) (=hechizar) to captivate
    * * *
    verbo transitivo ( atraer) to captivate
    * * *
    = captivate, enthral [enthrall, -USA], charm, mesmerise [mesmerize, -USA], beguile, enchant, capture + the imagination, bewitch, entrance, smite.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado smote, participio smitten. Usado comúnmente con este sentido la voz pasiva y seguido de la partícula with y también a veces by.
    Ex. This article suggests a number of titles which can be relied on to captivate the young reader and arouse enthusiasm for further exploration of the world of books.
    Ex. If one encounters a young patron who is an animal lover, the recommendation of a book such as Kipling's 'The Jungle Book' may enthrall him or her.
    Ex. We will see the mountains of lobster traps and the charming crooked streets and hazy seascapes that charmed painter Fitzhugh Lane.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Have librarians become mesmerised by information technology?'.
    Ex. Beguiling as the show is, it perhaps lacks major impact because it has taken elements from lacework and painting in such a way as to avoid the fundamental challenges of both.
    Ex. The article 'The power to enchant: puppets in the public library' describes the construction of a puppet theatre in a public library.
    Ex. This paper describes how a middle grade school teacher uses a core list of books to capture the imagination of his students and to encourage them to write honestly about their lives.
    Ex. In legend a potion is a concoction used to heal, bewitch or poison people, made by a magician, sorcerer or witch.
    Ex. Her husband is entranced with a woman who is manic-depressive.
    Ex. It's hard to imagine a red-blooded man anywhere in the world who could look at her and not be ' smitten' with her.
    ----
    * cautivar al mundo = make + a big noise in the world.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo ( atraer) to captivate
    * * *
    = captivate, enthral [enthrall, -USA], charm, mesmerise [mesmerize, -USA], beguile, enchant, capture + the imagination, bewitch, entrance, smite.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado smote, participio smitten. Usado comúnmente con este sentido la voz pasiva y seguido de la partícula with y también a veces by.

    Ex: This article suggests a number of titles which can be relied on to captivate the young reader and arouse enthusiasm for further exploration of the world of books.

    Ex: If one encounters a young patron who is an animal lover, the recommendation of a book such as Kipling's 'The Jungle Book' may enthrall him or her.
    Ex: We will see the mountains of lobster traps and the charming crooked streets and hazy seascapes that charmed painter Fitzhugh Lane.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Have librarians become mesmerised by information technology?'.
    Ex: Beguiling as the show is, it perhaps lacks major impact because it has taken elements from lacework and painting in such a way as to avoid the fundamental challenges of both.
    Ex: The article 'The power to enchant: puppets in the public library' describes the construction of a puppet theatre in a public library.
    Ex: This paper describes how a middle grade school teacher uses a core list of books to capture the imagination of his students and to encourage them to write honestly about their lives.
    Ex: In legend a potion is a concoction used to heal, bewitch or poison people, made by a magician, sorcerer or witch.
    Ex: Her husband is entranced with a woman who is manic-depressive.
    Ex: It's hard to imagine a red-blooded man anywhere in the world who could look at her and not be ' smitten' with her.
    * cautivar al mundo = make + a big noise in the world.

    * * *
    cautivar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 (atraer) to captivate
    lo cautivó con su sonrisa she captivated him with her smile, he was captivated by her smile
    2 ( ant) (hacer prisionero) to capture
    * * *

    cautivar ( conjugate cautivar) verbo transitivo ( atraer) to captivate
    cautivar verbo transitivo
    1 to capture, take prisoner
    2 figurado (fascinar) to captivate
    ' cautivar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    arrebatar
    - hechizar
    - magnetizar
    - subyugar
    - atraer
    - seducir
    English:
    wow
    - beguile
    - bewitch
    - captivate
    - charm
    - enchant
    - enthrall
    - mesmerize
    * * *
    1. [seducir] to captivate, to enchant;
    su simpatía me cautiva I find her friendly manner quite captivating
    2. [apresar] to capture
    * * *
    v/t fig
    captivate
    * * *
    hechizar: to captivate, to charm

    Spanish-English dictionary > cautivar

  • 12 desandar

    v.
    1 to go back over (camino).
    2 to retrace, to tread back, to backtrack, to go back over.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ ANDAR], like link=andar andar
    1 to go back over, retrace
    \
    desandar lo andado to retrace one's steps
    * * *
    VT

    desandar lo andado, desandar el camino — to retrace one's steps

    * * *
    verbo transitivo

    desandar lo andadoto go back to square one

    * * *
    Ex. This trek provides an opportunity to authentically retrace part of his route of exploration.
    ----
    * desandar lo andado = go back to + square one, go back on + Posesivo + steps, retrace + Posesivo + footsteps, retrace + Posesivo + steps.
    * desandar los pasos de = retrace + Posesivo + footsteps, retrace + Posesivo + steps.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo

    desandar lo andadoto go back to square one

    * * *

    Ex: This trek provides an opportunity to authentically retrace part of his route of exploration.

    * desandar lo andado = go back to + square one, go back on + Posesivo + steps, retrace + Posesivo + footsteps, retrace + Posesivo + steps.
    * desandar los pasos de = retrace + Posesivo + footsteps, retrace + Posesivo + steps.

    * * *
    vt
    tuvo que desandar el camino recorrido he had to retrace his steps o go back the way he'd come
    desandar lo andado to go back to square one
    * * *
    [camino] to go back over;
    tuve que desandar 2 kilómetros I had to go back 2 kilometres;
    desandar lo andado to retrace one's steps;
    Fig to go back to square one
    * * *
    v/t
    :
    desandar el camino retrace one’s steps;
    desandar lo andado fig go back to square one
    * * *
    desandar {6} vt
    : to go back, to return to the starting point

    Spanish-English dictionary > desandar

  • 13 descubrimiento

    m.
    1 discovery.
    La cruda realidad The cruel [unmasked] reality...
    2 unveiling.
    3 uncovering.
    * * *
    1 discovery
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=hallazgo) [de país, invento, deportista] discovery
    2) [de conspiración, estafa] uncovering
    3) [de secreto] revelation
    4) [de estatua, placa] unveiling
    * * *
    1) (hallazgo, comprobación) discovery
    2) ( persona) discovery
    * * *
    = disclosure, discovering, discovery, research finding, unearthing, unfolding, unveiling, find, epiphany.
    Ex. The patent abstract is a concise statement of the technical disclosure of the patent and must emphasize that which is new in the context of the invention.
    Ex. This subdivision requires that DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION be further modified to specify who did the discovering; for example, AMERICA-DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION, SPANISH.
    Ex. If done effectively, displays can add interest and even excitement to the process of information discovery.
    Ex. These cases also serve as 'springboards' to more generalized discussions about issues, values, hypotheses, research findings, points of view, and so forth.
    Ex. This activity leads to the unearthing of information that smooths daily working in the library itself.
    Ex. Successive issues consulted together become a continuous narrative of the gradual unfolding of Community policy objectives.
    Ex. The unveiling of the mural took place during National Library Week.
    Ex. This article provides an interpretation of a major historical and archaeological find, the 1st Emperor of China's terra-cotta figures of warriors and horses.
    Ex. In this journal entry, Sarah describes her epiphany of simplicity: how she first came to realize that she wants less, not more.
    ----
    * de descubrimiento reciente = newly-discovered.
    * descubrimiento de datos = data mining.
    * descubrimiento de información en las bases de datos = knowledge discovery in databases (KDD).
    * descubrimiento de uno mismo = self-discovery.
    * hacer un descubrimiento = make + discovery.
    * redescubrimiento = rediscovery.
    * viaje de descubrimiento = voyage of discovery.
    * * *
    1) (hallazgo, comprobación) discovery
    2) ( persona) discovery
    * * *
    = disclosure, discovering, discovery, research finding, unearthing, unfolding, unveiling, find, epiphany.

    Ex: The patent abstract is a concise statement of the technical disclosure of the patent and must emphasize that which is new in the context of the invention.

    Ex: This subdivision requires that DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION be further modified to specify who did the discovering; for example, AMERICA-DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION, SPANISH.
    Ex: If done effectively, displays can add interest and even excitement to the process of information discovery.
    Ex: These cases also serve as 'springboards' to more generalized discussions about issues, values, hypotheses, research findings, points of view, and so forth.
    Ex: This activity leads to the unearthing of information that smooths daily working in the library itself.
    Ex: Successive issues consulted together become a continuous narrative of the gradual unfolding of Community policy objectives.
    Ex: The unveiling of the mural took place during National Library Week.
    Ex: This article provides an interpretation of a major historical and archaeological find, the 1st Emperor of China's terra-cotta figures of warriors and horses.
    Ex: In this journal entry, Sarah describes her epiphany of simplicity: how she first came to realize that she wants less, not more.
    * de descubrimiento reciente = newly-discovered.
    * descubrimiento de datos = data mining.
    * descubrimiento de información en las bases de datos = knowledge discovery in databases (KDD).
    * descubrimiento de uno mismo = self-discovery.
    * hacer un descubrimiento = make + discovery.
    * redescubrimiento = rediscovery.
    * viaje de descubrimiento = voyage of discovery.

    * * *
    A
    1 (hallazgo) discovery
    el descubrimiento de América/de la penicilina the discovery of America/of penicillin
    2 (de un artista, atleta) discovery
    3 (comprobación) discovery
    B (persona) discovery, find
    * * *

    descubrimiento sustantivo masculino
    discovery
    descubrimiento sustantivo masculino discovery
    ' descubrimiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    accidental
    - hallazgo
    - revelación
    - abrir
    English:
    detection
    - discovery
    - exposure
    - strike
    * * *
    1. [hallazgo] [de nuevas tierras, artista] discovery;
    este restaurante ha sido todo un descubrimiento this restaurant was a real find
    2. [avance técnico o científico] discovery;
    el descubrimiento de los agujeros negros the discovery of black holes;
    publicaron su descubrimiento en la revista “Nature” they published their discovery in “Nature”
    3. [de estatua, placa, busto] unveiling
    4. [de complot] uncovering;
    [de asesinos] detection
    * * *
    m
    1 de territorio, cura etc discovery
    2 ( revelación) revelation
    * * *
    : discovery
    * * *
    descubrimiento n discovery [pl. discoveries]

    Spanish-English dictionary > descubrimiento

  • 14 despertar entusiasmo

    (v.) = arouse + enthusiasm
    Ex. This article suggests a number of titles which can be relied on to captivate the young reader and arouse enthusiasm for further exploration of the world of books.
    * * *
    (v.) = arouse + enthusiasm

    Ex: This article suggests a number of titles which can be relied on to captivate the young reader and arouse enthusiasm for further exploration of the world of books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > despertar entusiasmo

  • 15 difusión de información

    (n.) = information provision, provision of information, dissemination of information
    Ex. He ended by calling for a national policy on information provision, more research into information needs and the effectiveness of current provision and an exploration of new ways to provide information.
    Ex. The World Health Organisation's document 'Health for all in year 2000' stresses prevention, which necessitates the public's active involvement and adequate provision of information for patients.
    Ex. The dissemination of information by local government is a multi-layered, complex operation.
    * * *
    (n.) = information provision, provision of information, dissemination of information

    Ex: He ended by calling for a national policy on information provision, more research into information needs and the effectiveness of current provision and an exploration of new ways to provide information.

    Ex: The World Health Organisation's document 'Health for all in year 2000' stresses prevention, which necessitates the public's active involvement and adequate provision of information for patients.
    Ex: The dissemination of information by local government is a multi-layered, complex operation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > difusión de información

  • 16 débil

    adj.
    1 weak, dim, faint, feeble.
    Toda esa situación pinta mal This whole situation looks bad.
    2 atonic.
    * * *
    1 (persona) weak, feeble
    2 (ruido) faint; (luz) dim, feeble
    1 weak person
    1 the weak
    \
    débil mental mentally retarded person, mentally deficient person
    * * *
    adj.
    1) weak
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) [persona] [gen] weak; [extremadamente] feeble; [por mala salud o avanzada edad] frail

    se encuentra un poco débil de salud — his health is rather frail, he is in rather poor health

    2) [carácter] weak; [esfuerzo] feeble, half-hearted
    3) (=poco intenso) [voz, ruido] faint; [luz] dim
    2.
    SMF
    económicamente
    * * *
    a) < persona> ( físicamente) weak; ( falto de - firmeza) soft; (- voluntad) weak; <economía/ejército/gobierno> weak
    b) <sonido/voz> faint; < moneda> weak; < argumento> weak; < excusa> feeble, lame; < luz> dim, faint
    c) <sílaba/vocal> unstressed, weak
    * * *
    = powerless, flimsy [flimsier -comp., flimsiest -sup.], shaky [shakier -comp., shakiest -sup.], weak [weaker -comp., weakest -sup.], fragile, spineless, feeble, effete, faint, frail, feckless, thin [thinner -comp., thinnest -sup.], weakling, runt, nesh, weedy [weedier -comp., weediest -sup.], boneless.
    Ex. In a world divided by ideology, by trade barriers, by military threats and nuclear fears, we librarians are not powerless.
    Ex. Many paperbacks actually stand up to this usage better than the flimsy hardback covers now being produced.
    Ex. The subdivision 'Discovery and Exploration' under geographic names reinforces the popularly held notion that the world outside Western Europe had no history -- and only a shaky hold on existence -- before it was 'discovered' by Western Europeans.
    Ex. Problems arise from weak or outmoded structuring of subjects in the schedules of DC.
    Ex. The material which carries the message is fragile.
    Ex. To call a supervisor ' spineless' is to tag him as weak and therefore unfair to his really good employees.
    Ex. Mearns warns us, 'Recollection is treacherous; it is usually too broad or too narrow for another's use; and what is more serious, it is frequently undependable and worn and feeble'.
    Ex. Some teachers argue against book clubs, claiming that they bring together only a certain kind of avid reader, the literary equivalent of the religiously effete and over-pious.
    Ex. As more and more copies are produced, so the amount of dye on the master is reduced layer by layer until the image on the copy paper becomes quite faint.
    Ex. Previous research has demonstrated that frail elderly living in subsidized high-rise apartments have greater unmet needs than elderly who reside in traditional community housing.
    Ex. The author wrings sick humor from its feckless heroes' forlorn attempts to escape from a drug habit that they do not really enjoy any longer.
    Ex. Although it may be a bit thin in its use of standard academic sources of information, it is exceedingly strong on insider information and personal interviews.
    Ex. According to Safire, when a slice a cake was put before him Putin said 'Sweets are for weaklings and children'.
    Ex. Under the same regimens of treatment the number of runts produced varied from none to as much as 80 per cent of the litter.
    Ex. Usually, half of us would sleep on the ground outside and the other half would go for the nesh option of sleeping in a tent or hut.
    Ex. Shock as boofy blokes beat weedy intellectual in popularity contest.
    Ex. By running away he shows who he is -- a boneless coward who never engaged in direct confrontation with the enemy.
    ----
    * alto y débil = spindly [spindlier -comp., spindliest -sup.].
    * débil de salud = poor health.
    * débiles, los = little guy, the.
    * en el momento más débil de Alguien = at + Posesivo + weakest.
    * eslabón débil = weak link.
    * hacerse el débil = sandbagging.
    * luz débil = glimmer.
    * más débil de la camada, el = runt of the litter, the.
    * más débil del grupo, el = runt of the litter, the.
    * punto débil = blind spot, weak link.
    * punto débil, el = chink in the armour, the.
    * ser el contrincante más débil = punch above + Posesivo + weight.
    * ser el punto más débil de Alguien = be at + Posesivo + weakest.
    * * *
    a) < persona> ( físicamente) weak; ( falto de - firmeza) soft; (- voluntad) weak; <economía/ejército/gobierno> weak
    b) <sonido/voz> faint; < moneda> weak; < argumento> weak; < excusa> feeble, lame; < luz> dim, faint
    c) <sílaba/vocal> unstressed, weak
    * * *
    = powerless, flimsy [flimsier -comp., flimsiest -sup.], shaky [shakier -comp., shakiest -sup.], weak [weaker -comp., weakest -sup.], fragile, spineless, feeble, effete, faint, frail, feckless, thin [thinner -comp., thinnest -sup.], weakling, runt, nesh, weedy [weedier -comp., weediest -sup.], boneless.

    Ex: In a world divided by ideology, by trade barriers, by military threats and nuclear fears, we librarians are not powerless.

    Ex: Many paperbacks actually stand up to this usage better than the flimsy hardback covers now being produced.
    Ex: The subdivision 'Discovery and Exploration' under geographic names reinforces the popularly held notion that the world outside Western Europe had no history -- and only a shaky hold on existence -- before it was 'discovered' by Western Europeans.
    Ex: Problems arise from weak or outmoded structuring of subjects in the schedules of DC.
    Ex: The material which carries the message is fragile.
    Ex: To call a supervisor ' spineless' is to tag him as weak and therefore unfair to his really good employees.
    Ex: Mearns warns us, 'Recollection is treacherous; it is usually too broad or too narrow for another's use; and what is more serious, it is frequently undependable and worn and feeble'.
    Ex: Some teachers argue against book clubs, claiming that they bring together only a certain kind of avid reader, the literary equivalent of the religiously effete and over-pious.
    Ex: As more and more copies are produced, so the amount of dye on the master is reduced layer by layer until the image on the copy paper becomes quite faint.
    Ex: Previous research has demonstrated that frail elderly living in subsidized high-rise apartments have greater unmet needs than elderly who reside in traditional community housing.
    Ex: The author wrings sick humor from its feckless heroes' forlorn attempts to escape from a drug habit that they do not really enjoy any longer.
    Ex: Although it may be a bit thin in its use of standard academic sources of information, it is exceedingly strong on insider information and personal interviews.
    Ex: According to Safire, when a slice a cake was put before him Putin said 'Sweets are for weaklings and children'.
    Ex: Under the same regimens of treatment the number of runts produced varied from none to as much as 80 per cent of the litter.
    Ex: Usually, half of us would sleep on the ground outside and the other half would go for the nesh option of sleeping in a tent or hut.
    Ex: Shock as boofy blokes beat weedy intellectual in popularity contest.
    Ex: By running away he shows who he is -- a boneless coward who never engaged in direct confrontation with the enemy.
    * alto y débil = spindly [spindlier -comp., spindliest -sup.].
    * débil de salud = poor health.
    * débiles, los = little guy, the.
    * en el momento más débil de Alguien = at + Posesivo + weakest.
    * eslabón débil = weak link.
    * hacerse el débil = sandbagging.
    * luz débil = glimmer.
    * más débil de la camada, el = runt of the litter, the.
    * más débil del grupo, el = runt of the litter, the.
    * punto débil = blind spot, weak link.
    * punto débil, el = chink in the armour, the.
    * ser el contrincante más débil = punch above + Posesivo + weight.
    * ser el punto más débil de Alguien = be at + Posesivo + weakest.

    * * *
    1 ‹persona› (físicamente) weak; (falto defirmeza) soft; (— voluntad) weak; ‹economía/ejército/gobierno› weak
    es de complexión débil she has a very weak constitution
    aún está débil he's still weak
    es muy débil de carácter he has a very weak character
    2 ‹sonido/voz› faint; ‹moneda› weak; ‹corriente› weak; ‹argumento› weak; ‹excusa› feeble, lame
    da una luz muy débil it gives out a very dim o feeble o weak light
    3 ( Ling) ‹sílaba/vocal› unstressed, weak
    los débiles the weak
    es un débil mental ( fam); he's soft in the head ( colloq)
    eres un debilucho ( fam); you're a wimp ( colloq)
    los económicamente débiles ( frml); those on low incomes
    * * *

     

    débil adjetivo
    a)persona/economía/gobierno weak

    b)sonido/voz faint;

    moneda/argumento weak;
    excusa feeble, lame;
    luz dim, faint;
    sílaba/vocal unstressed, weak
    débil
    I adj (fuerza, salud) weak, feeble: el argumento era muy débil, his reasoning was flawed
    es muy débil de carácter, she is very weak
    es muy débil con sus alumnos, he is lenient with his students o he is over-indulgent with his students
    (intensidad de luz o sonido) faint
    punto débil, weak spot
    II mf
    1 weak person: el fuerte oprime al débil, the powerful opress the weak
    2 (blandengue) wimp: eres una débil, no aguantas nada el calor, don't be such a wimp, it's not even hot
    ' débil' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    A
    - alicaída
    - alicaído
    - flaca
    - flaco
    - flojear
    - goteo
    - talón
    - tenue
    - blando
    - flojo
    - lánguido
    - pelele
    - sexo
    English:
    A
    - an
    - anaemic
    - and
    - as
    - be
    - chink
    - dim
    - do
    - failing
    - faint
    - feather
    - feeble
    - frail
    - from
    - infirm
    - limp
    - link
    - shaky
    - shall
    - should
    - tenuous
    - than
    - that
    - them
    - thin
    - to
    - weak
    - were
    - what
    - whatever
    - wimp
    - wimpish
    - would
    - you
    - your
    - yourself
    - fragile
    - glimmer
    - hole
    - low
    - muted
    - run
    - spindly
    - spineless
    - weakly
    - weakness
    * * *
    adj
    1. [persona] [sin fuerzas] weak;
    [condescendiente] lax, lenient;
    de constitución débil prone to illness, sickly;
    débil de carácter of weak character
    2. [voz, sonido] faint;
    [luz] dim, faint;
    una débil mejoría a slight improvement;
    una débil brisa movía las cortinas a slight breeze moved the curtains
    3. [país, gobierno, moneda] weak;
    [argumento, teoría] weak, lame
    4. [sílaba] unstressed
    5. [vocal] weak [i, u]
    nmf
    weak person;
    ser un débil to be weak;
    una enfermedad que ataca a los más débiles a disease which attacks the weakest o most vulnerable
    * * *
    adj weak
    * * *
    débil adj
    : weak, feeble
    débilmente adv
    * * *
    débil adj
    1. (en general) weak
    2. (ruido) faint
    3. (luz) dim [comp. dimmer; superl. dimmest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > débil

  • 17 emperatriz

    f.
    1 empress.
    2 Emperatriz.
    * * *
    1 empress
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino empress
    * * *
    = empress [emperor, -masc.].
    Ex. The collection includes literature on ideas of the late 19th century, the exploration of the African continent, Indian antiques and a collection of biographies of Roman emperors and empresses.
    * * *
    femenino empress
    * * *
    = empress [emperor, -masc.].

    Ex: The collection includes literature on ideas of the late 19th century, the exploration of the African continent, Indian antiques and a collection of biographies of Roman emperors and empresses.

    * * *
    empress
    * * *

    emperatriz sustantivo femenino
    empress
    emperatriz sustantivo femenino empress
    ' emperatriz' also found in these entries:
    English:
    empress
    * * *
    empress
    * * *
    f empress
    * * *
    emperatriz nf, pl - trices : empress
    * * *
    emperatriz n empress [pl. empresses]

    Spanish-English dictionary > emperatriz

  • 18 en el caso de

    = for, in association with, in the case of, in the event of, in case of, in the context of
    Ex. For newly created authority entries the date recorded is the date the entry was created.
    Ex. Notices conveying, for example, the essential elements of the catalogue are likely to be especially important in association with microfilm or card catalogues.
    Ex. The same thing happended in the case of the British refusal to go along with the American compromises in the last revision.
    Ex. In the event of a serious accident (a fire, deliberate destruction, or a computer error) nothing will happen to the records vital to the operation of the library.
    Ex. The induction course will give all the necessary employment details relating to such matters as the amount of leave entitlement, insurance stoppages, what to do in case of sickness, etc..
    Ex. The exploration aims to view table of contents terminology in the context of functions served by other representations of subject information, including Library of Congress subject headings, work title terminology, and author-contributed front matter.
    * * *
    = for, in association with, in the case of, in the event of, in case of, in the context of

    Ex: For newly created authority entries the date recorded is the date the entry was created.

    Ex: Notices conveying, for example, the essential elements of the catalogue are likely to be especially important in association with microfilm or card catalogues.
    Ex: The same thing happended in the case of the British refusal to go along with the American compromises in the last revision.
    Ex: In the event of a serious accident (a fire, deliberate destruction, or a computer error) nothing will happen to the records vital to the operation of the library.
    Ex: The induction course will give all the necessary employment details relating to such matters as the amount of leave entitlement, insurance stoppages, what to do in case of sickness, etc..
    Ex: The exploration aims to view table of contents terminology in the context of functions served by other representations of subject information, including Library of Congress subject headings, work title terminology, and author-contributed front matter.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el caso de

  • 19 en relación con

    = in association with, in conjunction with, in connection with, in relation to, in respect of, in terms of, in the way of, relating to, relative to, vis à vis, with reference to, with regard(s) to, apropos of, as it relates to, in the context of, for purposes of, on the matter of, re, regarding, apropos to, in reference to, concerning, in keeping with
    Ex. Notices conveying, for example, the essential elements of the catalogue are likely to be especially important in association with microfilm or card catalogues.
    Ex. Rules for any given class must be used in conjunction with the schedules for that class.
    Ex. There is an index to the schedules, but this has been criticised in connection with the size of the entry vocabulary.
    Ex. It is easiest to discuss the criteria for effective schedules in relation to the treatment of specific subjects.
    Ex. It is perhaps fortunate that the array of terms that are used to describe indexes is a little more restricted than the variety of terms used in respect of catalogues.
    Ex. And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
    Ex. Indeed, the changes are so rapid and so diverse, our plans for the future must also include what is presently possible in the way of information dissemination.
    Ex. Recommendations relating to analytical cataloguing practices concern themselves primarily with the way in which the part of a document or work to be accessed is described.
    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. The information note following the explanatory heading provides guidance to the user of the catalogue vis à vis the conventions used in formulating uniform headings.
    Ex. General points have been illustrated with reference to the cataloguing of books.
    Ex. KWOC or Keyword Out of Context indexes are intended to improve upon KWIC indexes, with regards to layout and presentation.
    Ex. After a few tangential remarks apropos of nothing, Carmichael left, a considerably less anxious person.
    Ex. This article reviews the mission of the ALA's Committee on Accreditation (COA) and examines its role as it relates to the education of librarians qualified to work with children and young people.
    Ex. The exploration aims to view table of contents terminology in the context of functions served by other representations of subject information, including Library of Congress subject headings, work title terminology, and author-contributed front matter.
    Ex. This article discusses the advantages to libraries of computer technology for purposes of bibliographic control and on-line access.
    Ex. Again, on the matter of the sources already consulted by the enquirer, the implication is not that he is unreliable or deceitful, but that in looking up the Encyclopedia Americana he may not be aware of the existence of the index.
    Ex. This reawakening brought a determination to help make atomic energy a positive factor for humanity but things have gone from bad to worse re genuine disarmament.
    Ex. In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex. Thus, self-presentation becomes a dynamic conception of people structuring their relations apropos to their life-space, rather than a theory of how to win friends and influence people.
    Ex. We now know enough in reference to the prevention and cure of communicable diseases so that the average human life might be lengthened by a third.
    Ex. Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.
    Ex. This revised chapter modified the code in keeping with the recently agreed ISBD(M), and proposed a slightly different description for monographs.
    * * *
    = in association with, in conjunction with, in connection with, in relation to, in respect of, in terms of, in the way of, relating to, relative to, vis à vis, with reference to, with regard(s) to, apropos of, as it relates to, in the context of, for purposes of, on the matter of, re, regarding, apropos to, in reference to, concerning, in keeping with

    Ex: Notices conveying, for example, the essential elements of the catalogue are likely to be especially important in association with microfilm or card catalogues.

    Ex: Rules for any given class must be used in conjunction with the schedules for that class.
    Ex: There is an index to the schedules, but this has been criticised in connection with the size of the entry vocabulary.
    Ex: It is easiest to discuss the criteria for effective schedules in relation to the treatment of specific subjects.
    Ex: It is perhaps fortunate that the array of terms that are used to describe indexes is a little more restricted than the variety of terms used in respect of catalogues.
    Ex: And we have all of the ingredients for the creation of an atmosphere in which the proponents of expediency could couch their arguments in terms of cost effectiveness.
    Ex: Indeed, the changes are so rapid and so diverse, our plans for the future must also include what is presently possible in the way of information dissemination.
    Ex: Recommendations relating to analytical cataloguing practices concern themselves primarily with the way in which the part of a document or work to be accessed is described.
    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: The information note following the explanatory heading provides guidance to the user of the catalogue vis à vis the conventions used in formulating uniform headings.
    Ex: General points have been illustrated with reference to the cataloguing of books.
    Ex: KWOC or Keyword Out of Context indexes are intended to improve upon KWIC indexes, with regards to layout and presentation.
    Ex: After a few tangential remarks apropos of nothing, Carmichael left, a considerably less anxious person.
    Ex: This article reviews the mission of the ALA's Committee on Accreditation (COA) and examines its role as it relates to the education of librarians qualified to work with children and young people.
    Ex: The exploration aims to view table of contents terminology in the context of functions served by other representations of subject information, including Library of Congress subject headings, work title terminology, and author-contributed front matter.
    Ex: This article discusses the advantages to libraries of computer technology for purposes of bibliographic control and on-line access.
    Ex: Again, on the matter of the sources already consulted by the enquirer, the implication is not that he is unreliable or deceitful, but that in looking up the Encyclopedia Americana he may not be aware of the existence of the index.
    Ex: This reawakening brought a determination to help make atomic energy a positive factor for humanity but things have gone from bad to worse re genuine disarmament.
    Ex: In major enumerative schemes synthesis is often controlled by careful instructions regarding citation order.
    Ex: Thus, self-presentation becomes a dynamic conception of people structuring their relations apropos to their life-space, rather than a theory of how to win friends and influence people.
    Ex: We now know enough in reference to the prevention and cure of communicable diseases so that the average human life might be lengthened by a third.
    Ex: Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.
    Ex: This revised chapter modified the code in keeping with the recently agreed ISBD(M), and proposed a slightly different description for monographs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en relación con

  • 20 español

    adj.
    Spanish.
    m.
    1 Spanish, Spanish language.
    2 Spaniard.
    3 Dago.
    * * *
    1 Spanish
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (persona) Spaniard
    1 (idioma) Spanish, Castilian
    ————————
    1 (idioma) Spanish, Castilian
    * * *
    (f. - española)
    noun adj.
    * * *
    español, -a
    1.
    2.
    SM / F Spaniard

    los españoles — the Spaniards, the Spanish

    3.
    SM (Ling) Spanish
    * * *
    I
    - ñola adjetivo Spanish
    II
    - ñola masculino, femenino
    1) ( persona) (m) Spaniard, Spanish man; (f) Spaniard, Spanish woman

    los españoles — the Spanish, Spaniards, Spanish people

    2) español masculino ( idioma) Spanish
    * * *
    = Spanish, Spaniard.
    Ex. This subdivision requires that DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION be further modified to specify who did the discovering; for example, AMERICA-DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION, Spanish.
    Ex. By the 1920s a small number of Spaniards had settled in Chicago, attracted to the area by jobs in steel mills and other industries.
    * * *
    I
    - ñola adjetivo Spanish
    II
    - ñola masculino, femenino
    1) ( persona) (m) Spaniard, Spanish man; (f) Spaniard, Spanish woman

    los españoles — the Spanish, Spaniards, Spanish people

    2) español masculino ( idioma) Spanish
    * * *
    = Spanish, Spaniard.

    Ex: This subdivision requires that DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION be further modified to specify who did the discovering; for example, AMERICA-DISCOVERY AND EXPLORATION, Spanish.

    Ex: By the 1920s a small number of Spaniards had settled in Chicago, attracted to the area by jobs in steel mills and other industries.

    * * *
    Spanish
    masculine, feminine
    1 ( masculine) Spaniard, Spanish man; ( feminine) Spaniard, Spanish woman
    los españoles the Spanish, Spaniards, Spanish people
    2
    * * *

     

    español 1
    ◊ - ñola adjetivo

    Spanish
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino ( persona) (m) Spaniard, Spanish man;

    (f) Spaniard, Spanish woman;

    español 2 sustantivo masculino ( idioma) Spanish
    español,-a
    I adjetivo Spanish
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino Spaniard
    los españoles, the Spanish
    III m (idioma) Spanish

    ' español' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    A
    - abordar
    - AVE
    - bar
    - dedo
    - ELE
    - española
    - estanca
    - estanco
    - gracia
    - gustar
    - hablada
    - hablado
    - heredera
    - heredero
    - hispana
    - hispano
    - levante
    - página
    - pulir
    - realmente
    - spanglish
    - castellano
    - cuenta
    - gallego
    - gente
    - hispanismo
    - latino
    - traducción
    English:
    A
    - actually
    - agree
    - both
    - consulate
    - conversational
    - do
    - fuck
    - her
    - his
    - it
    - monitor
    - pair
    - piece
    - polish up
    - small
    - soil
    - Spanglish
    - Spaniard
    - Spanish
    - the
    - into
    - on
    * * *
    español, -ola
    adj
    Spanish
    nm,f
    [persona] Spaniard;
    los españoles the Spanish, Spaniards
    nm
    [lengua] Spanish español peninsular peninsular Spanish
    * * *
    I adj Spanish
    II m idioma Spanish
    III m, española f Spaniard;
    los españoles the Spanish
    * * *
    español, - ñola adj
    : Spanish
    : Spaniard
    castellano: Spanish (language)
    * * *
    español1 adj Spanish
    1. (idioma) Spanish
    2. (person) Spaniard

    Spanish-English dictionary > español

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  • List of oil exploration and production companies — This is a list of selected petroleum (crude oil) exploration and production companies in alphabetical order. This list does not included companies involved in refining and marketing only. Contents 1 Africa 2 Americas 3 Asia 4 …   Wikipedia

  • Oil Refineries Ltd — Oil Refineries Ltd. Type Public Traded as TASE:  …   Wikipedia

  • Oil Patch Hotline — is a semi weekly newsletter about the oil and gas production industry in North Dakota, Montana, and Wyoming. It is published in Williston, North Dakota. Publication began in 1978 as the domestic oil industry flourished with rising energy prices.… …   Wikipedia

  • Oil reserves — Proven Oil Reserves, as published by the CIA Factbook, 2009 The total estimated amount of oil in an oil reservoir, including both producible and non producible oil, is called oil in place. However, because of reservoir characteristics and… …   Wikipedia

  • Oil in China — China’s growing population and their ideology affects their oil situation. It highlights the current set up of the government, their relationship with surrounding states, and steps they are taking to play a positive role in the worldwide… …   Wikipedia

  • exploration — noun 1 of a place ADJECTIVE ▪ energy (esp. AmE), gas, mineral, oil, petroleum ▪ polar ▪ space ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • Oil industry of Kuwait — Kuwait s oil industry is the largest industry in the country, accounting nearly half of the country s GDP. Kuwait has a proven crude oil reserves of 104 billion barrels (15 km³) [ [https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the world… …   Wikipedia

  • Oil gusher — An oil gusher (or just gusher ; also sometimes called a wild well ) is an uncapped oil well connected to a reservoir of petroleum oil that is under high pressure. The oil can shoot 200 feet (60 m) or higher into the air.… …   Wikipedia

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