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  • 181 dato concreto

    (n.) = hard fact
    Ex. To speak of books as 'new products for the market' sounds crassly commercial, but is nevertheless a hard fact of book-trade life.
    * * *
    (n.) = hard fact

    Ex: To speak of books as 'new products for the market' sounds crassly commercial, but is nevertheless a hard fact of book-trade life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dato concreto

  • 182 de calidad

    = authoritative, qualitative, quality, well-made, high-end, quality assured, value-added
    Ex. Some authoritative texts on the subject are listed at the end of this chapter.
    Ex. Informative abstract present as much as possible of the quantitative or qualitative information contained in a document.
    Ex. This non-profit organisation was formed to promote quality library and information services.
    Ex. And there was a steady output in the later nineteenth century of well-made prize bindings in gilt-tooled calf, which were slickly produced by specialist firms.
    Ex. The system provides extensive map facilities which until now have been available only on high-end hypermedia systems like Intermedia.
    Ex. Do contact us to know how we may be able to help your business become more efficient by our quality assured products and solutions.
    Ex. Since then, SCI CD Edition has won accolades for its value-added features, sophistication, and flexibility.
    * * *
    = authoritative, qualitative, quality, well-made, high-end, quality assured, value-added

    Ex: Some authoritative texts on the subject are listed at the end of this chapter.

    Ex: Informative abstract present as much as possible of the quantitative or qualitative information contained in a document.
    Ex: This non-profit organisation was formed to promote quality library and information services.
    Ex: And there was a steady output in the later nineteenth century of well-made prize bindings in gilt-tooled calf, which were slickly produced by specialist firms.
    Ex: The system provides extensive map facilities which until now have been available only on high-end hypermedia systems like Intermedia.
    Ex: Do contact us to know how we may be able to help your business become more efficient by our quality assured products and solutions.
    Ex: Since then, SCI CD Edition has won accolades for its value-added features, sophistication, and flexibility.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de calidad

  • 183 de cualquier forma posible

    Ex. Retailers try to reach customers in any and all ways to sell products.
    * * *

    Ex: Retailers try to reach customers in any and all ways to sell products.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de cualquier forma posible

  • 184 de gran venta

    (adj.) = high selling
    Ex. Many high selling products eventually see a drop in sales and eventual discontinuation, usually after being superseded by a superior product.
    * * *
    (adj.) = high selling

    Ex: Many high selling products eventually see a drop in sales and eventual discontinuation, usually after being superseded by a superior product.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de gran venta

  • 185 de gran éxito comercial

    (adj.) = high selling
    Ex. Many high selling products eventually see a drop in sales and eventual discontinuation, usually after being superseded by a superior product.
    * * *
    (adj.) = high selling

    Ex: Many high selling products eventually see a drop in sales and eventual discontinuation, usually after being superseded by a superior product.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de gran éxito comercial

  • 186 de marca

    brand
    * * *
    (adj.) = branded
    Ex. This firm is engaged in the design, manufacturing, and sales distribution of branded women's apparel.
    * * *
    (adj.) = branded

    Ex: This firm is engaged in the design, manufacturing, and sales distribution of branded women's apparel.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de marca

  • 187 de puertas hacia dentro

    (adj.) = backroom
    Ex. For many years, we have used the new technology to tinker with the existing system, to achieve cost savings in the backroom processes, and to produce paper products more cheaply and rapidly.
    * * *
    (adj.) = backroom

    Ex: For many years, we have used the new technology to tinker with the existing system, to achieve cost savings in the backroom processes, and to produce paper products more cheaply and rapidly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de puertas hacia dentro

  • 188 de recesión

    (adj.) = recessionary
    Ex. During recessionary periods, the sale of technology based products becomes tremendously challenging.
    * * *
    (adj.) = recessionary

    Ex: During recessionary periods, the sale of technology based products becomes tremendously challenging.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de recesión

  • 189 de recesión económica

    (adj.) = recessionary
    Ex. During recessionary periods, the sale of technology based products becomes tremendously challenging.
    * * *
    (adj.) = recessionary

    Ex: During recessionary periods, the sale of technology based products becomes tremendously challenging.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de recesión económica

  • 190 de segunda categoría

    (adj.) = second-rate
    Ex. To date the library profession has been passive in its approach to new technology and has accepted the second-rate products it has been offered.
    * * *
    (adj.) = second-rate

    Ex: To date the library profession has been passive in its approach to new technology and has accepted the second-rate products it has been offered.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de segunda categoría

  • 191 de segunda clase

    (adj.) = second-rate
    Ex. To date the library profession has been passive in its approach to new technology and has accepted the second-rate products it has been offered.
    * * *
    (adj.) = second-rate

    Ex: To date the library profession has been passive in its approach to new technology and has accepted the second-rate products it has been offered.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de segunda clase

  • 192 de todas las formas posibles

    Ex. Retailers try to reach customers in any and all ways to sell products.
    * * *

    Ex: Retailers try to reach customers in any and all ways to sell products.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de todas las formas posibles

  • 193 de un nuevo modo

    Ex. Electronic publishing may bring about the possibility of organising products in a new way.
    * * *

    Ex: Electronic publishing may bring about the possibility of organising products in a new way.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un nuevo modo

  • 194 de una nueva forma

    Ex. Electronic publishing may bring about the possibility of organising products in a new way.
    * * *

    Ex: Electronic publishing may bring about the possibility of organising products in a new way.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de una nueva forma

  • 195 de una nueva manera

    Ex. Electronic publishing may bring about the possibility of organising products in a new way.
    * * *

    Ex: Electronic publishing may bring about the possibility of organising products in a new way.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de una nueva manera

  • 196 deberes

    m.pl.
    1 duties, obligations.
    2 homework, schoolwork, school assignment, school work.
    * * *
    1 (escolares) homework sing
    * * *
    (n.) = homework, school tasks, homework assignment, school work [schoolwork], class assignment, course assignment, student assignment
    Ex. When a schoolboy, coming to the library with nothing better than grades in mind, discovers incidentally the fascination of books that have nothing to do with his homework.
    Ex. In teaching session after teaching session, day after day, school tasks are administered through textbooks, instruction manuals, reference works, etc -- tomes teeming with problems for the pupils to solve.
    Ex. This is and information service available for IBM and Macintosh computers with a modem to help students with homework assignments.
    Ex. Most of them use the library for their school work, and the majority are not satisfied either with library collections or services.
    Ex. Class assignments may have to be redesigned if the full capabilities offered by multimedia instructional products are to be fully exploited.
    Ex. The author discusses the course assignments, teaching methods and materials, and the lessons learned from the experience.
    Ex. City librarians need to be notified about student assignments so that materials can be pulled from shelves and reserved for student use.
    * * *
    (n.) = homework, school tasks, homework assignment, school work [schoolwork], class assignment, course assignment, student assignment

    Ex: When a schoolboy, coming to the library with nothing better than grades in mind, discovers incidentally the fascination of books that have nothing to do with his homework.

    Ex: In teaching session after teaching session, day after day, school tasks are administered through textbooks, instruction manuals, reference works, etc -- tomes teeming with problems for the pupils to solve.
    Ex: This is and information service available for IBM and Macintosh computers with a modem to help students with homework assignments.
    Ex: Most of them use the library for their school work, and the majority are not satisfied either with library collections or services.
    Ex: Class assignments may have to be redesigned if the full capabilities offered by multimedia instructional products are to be fully exploited.
    Ex: The author discusses the course assignments, teaching methods and materials, and the lessons learned from the experience.
    Ex: City librarians need to be notified about student assignments so that materials can be pulled from shelves and reserved for student use.

    * * *
    deberes npl homework
    ¿ya has hecho los deberes? have you done your homework yet?

    Spanish-English dictionary > deberes

  • 197 debutar

    v.
    1 to make one's debut (actor, cantante).
    la obra debuta en Madrid el día 4 the play opens in Madrid on the fourth
    2 to debut, to make one's debut.
    * * *
    1 to make one's debut, make one's début
    * * *
    * * *
    verbo intransitivo to make one's debut
    * * *
    = make + Posesivo + debut, debut, premiere.
    Ex. Bowker's CD-ROM version of Books in Print made its debut at Tacoma Public library in Oct 86.
    Ex. The historic 200-year old encyclopaedia is cashing in on the current interests of its users -- recently it debuted a site of the Titanic.
    Ex. But subscription and sales of spin-off products turns out not to be the only financial model, so britannica.com (a free site sponsored by advertising) premiered last September.
    * * *
    verbo intransitivo to make one's debut
    * * *
    = make + Posesivo + debut, debut, premiere.

    Ex: Bowker's CD-ROM version of Books in Print made its debut at Tacoma Public library in Oct 86.

    Ex: The historic 200-year old encyclopaedia is cashing in on the current interests of its users -- recently it debuted a site of the Titanic.
    Ex: But subscription and sales of spin-off products turns out not to be the only financial model, so britannica.com (a free site sponsored by advertising) premiered last September.

    * * *
    debutar [A1 ]
    vi
    to make one's debut
    debutó como actor en 1965 he made his acting debut in 1965
    * * *

    debutar ( conjugate debutar) verbo intransitivo
    to make one's debut
    debutar verbo intransitivo to make one's début
    * * *
    [actor, cantante] to make one's debut;
    debutó contra el Boca Juniors he made his debut against Boca Juniors;
    el equipo colombiano debutará mañana en el campeonato the Colombian team play their opening match in the championship tomorrow;
    la obra debuta en Madrid el día 4 the play opens in Madrid on the 4th
    * * *
    v/i make one’s debut
    * * *
    : to debut, to make a debut

    Spanish-English dictionary > debutar

  • 198 decaimiento

    m.
    1 gloominess (desaliento).
    2 depression, discouragement, decay, dejection.
    3 decrease, diminution.
    4 abaissement, languidness, acratia, abatement.
    * * *
    1 (debilidad) weakness, weakening
    2 (tristeza) sadness
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=decadencia) decline, decay
    2) (=empeoramiento) [de salud] weakening; [de ánimo] discouragement
    3) (Com) falling-off
    * * *
    masculino ( abatimiento) despondency
    * * *
    = decline, slackening.
    Ex. Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.
    Ex. Paper products in the field still outsell electronic versions, and no one foresees a slackening off of the book as the primary product.
    * * *
    masculino ( abatimiento) despondency
    * * *
    = decline, slackening.

    Ex: Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.

    Ex: Paper products in the field still outsell electronic versions, and no one foresees a slackening off of the book as the primary product.

    * * *
    1
    (abatimiento): tengo un decaimiento I feel run-down o low
    2 (disminución) decline
    un decaimiento del interés del público por estos artículos a decline o fall in public interest for these goods
    * * *
    1. [desaliento] gloominess
    2. [falta de fuerzas] weakness
    3. [decadencia] decline;
    un decaimiento de la actividad en el sector turístico a decline in business in the tourist sector
    * * *
    m decline; de salud deterioration;
    sufre un decaimiento she feels run down

    Spanish-English dictionary > decaimiento

  • 199 decir la última palabra

    to have the last word
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = hear + the final word, outface
    Ex. However, we have not heard the final word by any means for there are new products and improved examples of existing products coming along.
    Ex. Feaver was not about to be outfaced and she retaliated with the view that time management techniques run counter to the ideal balance of concern for production coupled with concern for people.
    * * *
    (v.) = hear + the final word, outface

    Ex: However, we have not heard the final word by any means for there are new products and improved examples of existing products coming along.

    Ex: Feaver was not about to be outfaced and she retaliated with the view that time management techniques run counter to the ideal balance of concern for production coupled with concern for people.

    Spanish-English dictionary > decir la última palabra

  • 200 declaración de intenciones

    (n.) = policy statement, statement of objectives, mission statement, purpose statement, letter of intent, declaration of intent, vision statement
    Ex. Despite carefully framed acquistions policy statements regarding fiction in actual fact libraries allocate only a small percentage of their meagre book funds to fiction.
    Ex. Such a statement of objectives may appear narrowly defined in its practices and yet, at the same time, rather sweeping in its assumptions.
    Ex. The mission statement is the statement made by a library concerning its provision and development of services and products.
    Ex. The author proposes a mission or purpose statement for each library, which explains why a library exists in a community.
    Ex. Following the issue of a letter of intent to major bodybuilders, the tender was drawn up requiring tenderers to submit a breakdown of costs.
    Ex. While it is a useful declaration of intent for primary library users, its lack of an external assessment instrument is an important shortcoming.
    Ex. A vision statement describes the ideal situation if the organization could fulfill its utmost wish.
    * * *
    (n.) = policy statement, statement of objectives, mission statement, purpose statement, letter of intent, declaration of intent, vision statement

    Ex: Despite carefully framed acquistions policy statements regarding fiction in actual fact libraries allocate only a small percentage of their meagre book funds to fiction.

    Ex: Such a statement of objectives may appear narrowly defined in its practices and yet, at the same time, rather sweeping in its assumptions.
    Ex: The mission statement is the statement made by a library concerning its provision and development of services and products.
    Ex: The author proposes a mission or purpose statement for each library, which explains why a library exists in a community.
    Ex: Following the issue of a letter of intent to major bodybuilders, the tender was drawn up requiring tenderers to submit a breakdown of costs.
    Ex: While it is a useful declaration of intent for primary library users, its lack of an external assessment instrument is an important shortcoming.
    Ex: A vision statement describes the ideal situation if the organization could fulfill its utmost wish.

    Spanish-English dictionary > declaración de intenciones

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