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on your own

  • 1 a la obediencia

    • your money or your life
    • your own

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > a la obediencia

  • 2 a vuestra obediencia

    • your money or your life
    • your own

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > a vuestra obediencia

  • 3 tu propio

    adj.
    your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tu propio

  • 4 hacerse de

    v.
    1 to acquire, to buy, to get, to get hold of.
    María se hizo de un vestido blanco Mary acquired a white dress.
    2 to be made of.
    El adorno se hace de arcilla The ornament is made of clay.
    3 to pluck up, to pluck out.
    María se hizo de valor Mary plucked up courage.
    * * *
    = avail + Reflexivo + of, grab, buy in, snag, call + Nombre + Posesivo + own
    Ex. This paper deals with the advantages of optical publishing for information providers and traditional publishers, and how they can avail themselves of the technology.
    Ex. If we move fast, we can grab the space for the library.
    Ex. Yet the genuine stockholding bookseller is committed to holding good stocks of books for the customers' benefit which means that he does not aim simply at buying in the books with the quickest turnover.
    Ex. For sunny days, snag yourself a cute terry cloth hat and revel in the shade.
    Ex. This 12-room penthouse of the newly renovated Mark Hotel is up for sale but it will cost you a princely sum to call it your own.
    * * *
    = avail + Reflexivo + of, grab, buy in, snag, call + Nombre + Posesivo + own

    Ex: This paper deals with the advantages of optical publishing for information providers and traditional publishers, and how they can avail themselves of the technology.

    Ex: If we move fast, we can grab the space for the library.
    Ex: Yet the genuine stockholding bookseller is committed to holding good stocks of books for the customers' benefit which means that he does not aim simply at buying in the books with the quickest turnover.
    Ex: For sunny days, snag yourself a cute terry cloth hat and revel in the shade.
    Ex: This 12-room penthouse of the newly renovated Mark Hotel is up for sale but it will cost you a princely sum to call it your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerse de

  • 5 a nivel multicultural

    = multi-culturally [multiculturally]
    Ex. My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.
    * * *
    = multi-culturally [multiculturally]

    Ex: My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a nivel multicultural

  • 6 bonita suma

    Ex. This 12-room penthouse of the newly renovated Mark Hotel is up for sale but it will cost you a princely sum to call it your own.
    * * *

    Ex: This 12-room penthouse of the newly renovated Mark Hotel is up for sale but it will cost you a princely sum to call it your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bonita suma

  • 7 dar la murga

    familiar to be a pain in the neck
    * * *
    (v.) = be a pest
    Ex. My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.
    * * *
    (v.) = be a pest

    Ex: My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar la murga

  • 8 estar en venta

    Ex. This 12-room penthouse of the newly renovated Mark Hotel is up for sale but it will cost you a princely sum to call it your own.
    * * *

    Ex: This 12-room penthouse of the newly renovated Mark Hotel is up for sale but it will cost you a princely sum to call it your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar en venta

  • 9 multiculturalmente

    = multi-culturally [multiculturally].
    Ex. My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.
    * * *
    = multi-culturally [multiculturally].

    Ex: My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > multiculturalmente

  • 10 ser un engorro

    (v.) = be a pest
    Ex. My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.
    * * *
    (v.) = be a pest

    Ex: My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser un engorro

  • 11 ser un fastidio

    (v.) = be a pest
    Ex. My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.
    * * *
    (v.) = be a pest

    Ex: My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser un fastidio

  • 12 ser una molestia

    to be a nuisance
    * * *
    (v.) = be a pest
    Ex. My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.
    * * *
    (v.) = be a pest

    Ex: My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser una molestia

  • 13 suma importante

    Ex. This 12-room penthouse of the newly renovated Mark Hotel is up for sale but it will cost you a princely sum to call it your own.
    * * *

    Ex: This 12-room penthouse of the newly renovated Mark Hotel is up for sale but it will cost you a princely sum to call it your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > suma importante

  • 14 tener el corazón de un león

    (v.) = have + the heart of a lion
    Ex. My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + the heart of a lion

    Ex: My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener el corazón de un león

  • 15 tener la paciencia del santo Job

    (v.) = have + the patience of Job
    Ex. My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + the patience of Job

    Ex: My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener la paciencia del santo Job

  • 16 tener más paciencia que el santo Job

    (v.) = have + the patience of Job
    Ex. My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + the patience of Job

    Ex: My advice to young scientists: be a pest -- ask questions and don't be satisfied with all answers; have the heart of a lion; have the patience of Job; be multi-culturally competent; and the only correct route to success is your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener más paciencia que el santo Job

  • 17 ser tuyo

    v.
    to be yours, to be of yours, to be your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser tuyo

  • 18 uno tuyo

    pron.
    one of your own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > uno tuyo

  • 19 su propio

    adj.
    1 his own.
    2 your own.
    3 their own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > su propio

  • 20 uno suyo

    pron.
    1 one of your own.
    2 one of his own.

    Spanish-English dictionary > uno suyo

См. также в других словарях:

  • own-your-own — /ˈoʊn jər oʊn/ (say ohn yuhr ohn) noun a unit (def. 6). Abbrev.: o.y.o …   Australian English dictionary

  • Your Own Sweet Way — Your Own Sweet Way …   Википедия

  • Your Own Special Way — «Your Own Special Way» Canción de Genesis álbum Wind Wuthering Publicación 27 de septiembre de 1976 …   Wikipedia Español

  • your own sweet time — see ↑time, 1 • • • Main Entry: ↑sweet your (own) sweet time chiefly US informal ◇ If you do something in your (own) sweet time or you take your (own) sweet time about doing something, you do it slowly even though other people want you to do it… …   Useful english dictionary

  • your (own) sweet time — informal phrase if you take your own sweet time, or if you do something in your own sweet time, you take a long time to do it He certainly took his own sweet time getting here. Thesaurus: lazy or slow to actsynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • your own person — (your) own person not very much influenced by other people. Scott is his own person, and he does what he wants to do. Usage notes: also used with man or woman instead of person: Ben remains refreshingly his own man. Beth was her own woman, even… …   New idioms dictionary

  • your own man — (your) own man See: your own person …   New idioms dictionary

  • your own woman — (your) own woman See: your own person …   New idioms dictionary

  • your own worst enemy — (your) own worst enemy doing things yourself that prevent you from being liked or successful. As a young player, Michael was his own worst enemy, arguing with the coach and other players and generally being unpleasant. Usage notes: sometimes used …   New idioms dictionary

  • your (own) flesh and blood — your (ˌown) ˌflesh and ˈblood idiom a person that you are related to • You can t do that to your own flesh and blood! Main entry: ↑fleshidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • your own sweet way — phrase the way that you choose to do something, especially when this annoys other people He’s determined to do it his own sweet way. Thesaurus: not limited or restrictedsynonym Main entry: sweet …   Useful english dictionary

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