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  • 1 PYME (Pequeña y Mediana Empresa)

    Ex. These access points will offer Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) an online catalogue of relevant information services.

    Spanish-English dictionary > PYME (Pequeña y Mediana Empresa)

  • 2 aferrarse a

    v.
    1 to cling to, to fasten upon, to fasten on, to fasten on to.
    María se aferró al marco de la ventMaría Mary clung to the window sill.
    2 to stick to.
    El chiquito se aferró a su madre The little boy stuck to his mother.
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    1 to clutch to, cling to
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    (v.) = cling to, fixate on, latch on to, stick fast to, hold to, cleave to, hold fast to
    Ex. It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.
    Ex. Many publishers seem fixated on the term 'acquisitions librarian' for promotional mailings.
    Ex. Educational establishments have latched on to the word 'information' and have employed it to encompass very different programmes of study.
    Ex. Until the appearance of the online catalogue, entire libraries had actually been 'frozen' for generations, stuck fast to their major commodity - books.
    Ex. This paper views librarians as tenaciously holding to a paper paradigm in an increasingly electronic environment.
    Ex. The government seems to spurn the architecture profession and there is a growing rift between architects who assert their utility and those who cleave to artistic prerogatives.
    Ex. In holding fast to a belief in health promotion, they resisted being coopted by a now discredited market system.
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    (v.) = cling to, fixate on, latch on to, stick fast to, hold to, cleave to, hold fast to

    Ex: It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.

    Ex: Many publishers seem fixated on the term 'acquisitions librarian' for promotional mailings.
    Ex: Educational establishments have latched on to the word 'information' and have employed it to encompass very different programmes of study.
    Ex: Until the appearance of the online catalogue, entire libraries had actually been 'frozen' for generations, stuck fast to their major commodity - books.
    Ex: This paper views librarians as tenaciously holding to a paper paradigm in an increasingly electronic environment.
    Ex: The government seems to spurn the architecture profession and there is a growing rift between architects who assert their utility and those who cleave to artistic prerogatives.
    Ex: In holding fast to a belief in health promotion, they resisted being coopted by a now discredited market system.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aferrarse a

  • 3 amenazador

    adj.
    threatening, menacing, ominous.
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    1 threatening, menacing
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    (f. - amenazadora)
    adj.
    menacing, threatening
    * * *
    - dora adjetivo, amenazante adjetivo threatening, menacing
    * * *
    = ominous, threatening, frowning, forbidding, looming, scary [scarier -comp., scariest -sup.], menacing, nasty looking, portentous.
    Ex. At first blush, nothing seemed particularly ominous about the formation of the ad hoc committee.
    Ex. It is easy to become carried away by the sheer size of the so-called 'information explosion' and to regard the growth of literature as a phenomenon as threatening to civilization as a virulent epidemic or the 'population explosion' in the third world.
    Ex. The impulse to learn is a ruling passion in very few people; in most of us it is so weak that a frowning aspect can discourage it.
    Ex. All those shelves full of books are forbidding, daunting.
    Ex. The automated catalogue became a spectre of looming change because the same electronic advances that made the online catalogue a reality promised even greater transformations = El catálogo automatizado se convirtió en un espectro del inminente cambio ya que los mismos avances electrónicos que hicieron realidad el catálogo en línea prometían transformaciones aún mayores.
    Ex. The very term 'outsourcing' is seen by many cataloguing departments as a scary word.
    Ex. This is a collection of articles on the theme: Books for children with murderous, shocking, menacing endings.
    Ex. The large and nasty-looking African Buffalo is highly dangerous to humans due to its unpredictable nature.
    Ex. Before me stretched the portentous menacing road of a new decade.
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    * avecinarse de un modo amenazador = loom + large on the horizon.
    * conducta amenazadora = threatening behaviour.
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    - dora adjetivo, amenazante adjetivo threatening, menacing
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    = ominous, threatening, frowning, forbidding, looming, scary [scarier -comp., scariest -sup.], menacing, nasty looking, portentous.

    Ex: At first blush, nothing seemed particularly ominous about the formation of the ad hoc committee.

    Ex: It is easy to become carried away by the sheer size of the so-called 'information explosion' and to regard the growth of literature as a phenomenon as threatening to civilization as a virulent epidemic or the 'population explosion' in the third world.
    Ex: The impulse to learn is a ruling passion in very few people; in most of us it is so weak that a frowning aspect can discourage it.
    Ex: All those shelves full of books are forbidding, daunting.
    Ex: The automated catalogue became a spectre of looming change because the same electronic advances that made the online catalogue a reality promised even greater transformations = El catálogo automatizado se convirtió en un espectro del inminente cambio ya que los mismos avances electrónicos que hicieron realidad el catálogo en línea prometían transformaciones aún mayores.
    Ex: The very term 'outsourcing' is seen by many cataloguing departments as a scary word.
    Ex: This is a collection of articles on the theme: Books for children with murderous, shocking, menacing endings.
    Ex: The large and nasty-looking African Buffalo is highly dangerous to humans due to its unpredictable nature.
    Ex: Before me stretched the portentous menacing road of a new decade.
    * avecinarse de un modo amenazador = loom + large on the horizon.
    * conducta amenazadora = threatening behaviour.

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    adj,
    amenazante adjective threatening, menacing
    * * *

    amenazador
    ◊ - dora, amenazante adjetivo

    threatening, menacing
    amenazador,-ora, amenazante adjetivo threatening, menacing

    ' amenazador' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    amenazadora
    - amenazante
    English:
    forbidding
    - menace
    - menacing
    - threatening
    - threateningly
    * * *
    amenazador, -ora adj
    threatening, menacing
    * * *
    adj threatening
    * * *
    : threatening, menacing

    Spanish-English dictionary > amenazador

  • 4 argumentar a favor de

    (v.) = put + the case for, present + case for, make + a case for
    Ex. A more moderate approach is found in the writings of Olding, who puts the case for multiple entry very concisely in a short pamphlet.
    Ex. An MP, a barrister, and a financial consultant present the case for charging Value Added Tax (VAT) on books.
    Ex. This point-by-point evaluation makes a fairly convincing case for the public access online catalogue.
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    (v.) = put + the case for, present + case for, make + a case for

    Ex: A more moderate approach is found in the writings of Olding, who puts the case for multiple entry very concisely in a short pamphlet.

    Ex: An MP, a barrister, and a financial consultant present the case for charging Value Added Tax (VAT) on books.
    Ex: This point-by-point evaluation makes a fairly convincing case for the public access online catalogue.

    Spanish-English dictionary > argumentar a favor de

  • 5 base de datos cruzada

    Ex. Also available is a cross data base for multifile searching (BRS/CROSS), online accounting, private data bases services and an online catalogue service.
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    Ex: Also available is a cross data base for multifile searching (BRS/CROSS), online accounting, private data bases services and an online catalogue service.

    Spanish-English dictionary > base de datos cruzada

  • 6 búsqueda de varios ficheros a la vez

    Ex. Also available is a cross data base for multifile searching (BRS/CROSS), online accounting, private data bases services and an online catalogue service.
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    Ex: Also available is a cross data base for multifile searching (BRS/CROSS), online accounting, private data bases services and an online catalogue service.

    Spanish-English dictionary > búsqueda de varios ficheros a la vez

  • 7 catálogo

    m.
    catalog, list, index, catalogue.
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    1 catalogue (US catalog)
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    noun m.
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    SM catalogue, catalog (EEUU)
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    masculino (Art, Com) catalog (AmE), catalogue (BrE)
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    = catalogue [catalog, -USA].
    Nota: Documento secundario que consiste en un conjunto de asientos catalográficos de los documentos de uno o varios fondos documentales, dispuestos según ciertas reglas que facilitan su recuperación.
    Ex. A catalogue is a list of the materials or items in a library, with the entries representing the items arranged in some systematic order.
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    * base de datos de registros de catálogo = catalogue record database.
    * catálogo abreviado = finding catalogue, finding list catalogue.
    * catálogo alfabético = alphabetical catalogue, alphabetico-specific catalogue, alphabetic catalogue.
    * catálogo alfabético de materias = alphabetical subject catalogue.
    * catálogo alfabético de palabras clave = keyword catalogue.
    * catálogo automatizado = automated catalogue, machine-readable catalogue, computerised catalogue, computer-based catalogue.
    * catálogo bibliográfico = bibliographic catalogue, library catalogue.
    * catálogo colectivo = union catalogue, union list.
    * Catálogo Colectivo Británico de Publicaciones Periódicas (BUCOP) = British Union Catalogue of Periodicals (BUCOP).
    * Catálogo Colectivo Nacional = National Union Catalog, NUC.
    * catálogo colectivo virtual = clump.
    * catálogo colocativo = collocative catalogue.
    * catálogo comentado = annotated catalogue.
    * catálogo comercial = trade catalogue, sales brochure.
    * catálogo comercial de compra por correo = mail order catalogue.
    * catálogo cronológico = chronological catalogue.
    * catálogo de acceso público en línea (OPAC) = OPAC (online public access catalogue).
    * catálogo de asiento único = unit entry catalogue.
    * catálogo de autores = author catalogue.
    * catálogo de autores y títulos = author/title catalogue.
    * catálogo de biblioteca = library catalogue.
    * catálogo de exposición = exhibit catalogue, exhibition catalogue.
    * catálogo de fichas = card catalogue, card index.
    * catálogo de hojas sueltas = sheaf catalogue.
    * catálogo de libros = booklist [book list].
    * catálogo de libros en venta = publication(s) list.
    * catálogo de listado de ordenador compuesto tipográficamente = typeset computer book form catalogue.
    * catálogo del sistema = system catalogue.
    * catálogo de materias = subject catalogue.
    * catálogo de microfichas = microfiche catalogue.
    * catálogo de microformas = microform catalogue.
    * catálogo de obras completas = back catalogue.
    * catálogo de obras editadas = back catalogue.
    * catálogo de obras musicales = music catalogue.
    * catálogo de publicaciones = publication(s) list.
    * catálogo de publicaciones periódicas = serials catalogue.
    * catálogo de títulos = title catalogue.
    * catálogo de títulos abreviados = short title catalogue.
    * Catálogo de Títulos Abreviados de Incunables = Incunable Short-title Catalogue (ISTC).
    * catálogo de títulos sin abreviar = long-title catalogue.
    * catálogo diccionario = dictionary catalogue, dictionary file, dictionary cataloguing.
    * catálogo directo = direct catalogue.
    * catálogo directo alfabético = alphabetico-direct catalogue.
    * catálogo distribuido = distributed catalogue.
    * catálogo electrónico = electronic catalogue, OPAC (online public access catalogue).
    * catálogo encuadernado en forma de listado de ordenador = computer book form catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de álbum = guard (book) catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de libro = bookform catalogue, book catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de libro encuadernado = bound book form catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de listado = computer print-out catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de listado de ordenador = computer book form catalogue.
    * catálogo en línea = online catalogue.
    * catálogo en microfilm = microfilm catalogue.
    * catálogo geográfico = geographical catalogue.
    * catálogo impreso = printed catalogue.
    * catálogo impreso en forma de libro = printed book catalogue.
    * catálogo inventario = inventory catalogue, accessions catalogue, accessions file.
    * catálogo local = local catalogue.
    * catálogo manual = manual catalogue.
    * catálogo matricial = matrix catalogue.
    * catálogo multimedia = all-media catalogue.
    * catálogo nacional = national catalogue.
    * catálogo onomástico = name catalogue, name file.
    * catálogo sistemático = classified catalogue, classified file.
    * catálogo sistemático alfabético = alphabetico-classed catalogue, alphabetico-classified catalogue.
    * catálogo sistemático de materias = classified subject catalogue.
    * catálogo topográfico = shelf list, shelflist, shelf list catalogue, shelf list file.
    * cerrar el catálogo = close + the catalogue.
    * colocar juntos en el catálogo = collocate.
    * compilar un catálogo = compile + catalogue.
    * confección del catálogo = catalogue production.
    * consultar el catálogo = consult + catalogue.
    * conversión retrospectiva de catálogos = retrospective catalogue conversion.
    * dejar de actualizar el catálogo = close down + catalogue.
    * gestión del catálogo = catalogue management.
    * las Reglas de Cutter para un Catálogo Diccionario = Cutter's Rules for a Dictionary Catalog.
    * mantenimiento del catálogo = catalogue maintenance.
    * módulo de catálogo de acceso público en línea = online public access catalogue module.
    * parecido a un catálogo = catalogue type.
    * red de catálogos = catalogue network.
    * registro de catálogo colectivo = joint record, joint catalogue record.
    * Reglas de la ALA para la Intercalación de Fichas de Catálogo = ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards.
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    masculino (Art, Com) catalog (AmE), catalogue (BrE)
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    = catalogue [catalog, -USA].
    Nota: Documento secundario que consiste en un conjunto de asientos catalográficos de los documentos de uno o varios fondos documentales, dispuestos según ciertas reglas que facilitan su recuperación.

    Ex: A catalogue is a list of the materials or items in a library, with the entries representing the items arranged in some systematic order.

    * base de datos de registros de catálogo = catalogue record database.
    * catálogo abreviado = finding catalogue, finding list catalogue.
    * catálogo alfabético = alphabetical catalogue, alphabetico-specific catalogue, alphabetic catalogue.
    * catálogo alfabético de materias = alphabetical subject catalogue.
    * catálogo alfabético de palabras clave = keyword catalogue.
    * catálogo automatizado = automated catalogue, machine-readable catalogue, computerised catalogue, computer-based catalogue.
    * catálogo bibliográfico = bibliographic catalogue, library catalogue.
    * catálogo colectivo = union catalogue, union list.
    * Catálogo Colectivo Británico de Publicaciones Periódicas (BUCOP) = British Union Catalogue of Periodicals (BUCOP).
    * Catálogo Colectivo Nacional = National Union Catalog, NUC.
    * catálogo colectivo virtual = clump.
    * catálogo colocativo = collocative catalogue.
    * catálogo comentado = annotated catalogue.
    * catálogo comercial = trade catalogue, sales brochure.
    * catálogo comercial de compra por correo = mail order catalogue.
    * catálogo cronológico = chronological catalogue.
    * catálogo de acceso público en línea (OPAC) = OPAC (online public access catalogue).
    * catálogo de asiento único = unit entry catalogue.
    * catálogo de autores = author catalogue.
    * catálogo de autores y títulos = author/title catalogue.
    * catálogo de biblioteca = library catalogue.
    * catálogo de exposición = exhibit catalogue, exhibition catalogue.
    * catálogo de fichas = card catalogue, card index.
    * catálogo de hojas sueltas = sheaf catalogue.
    * catálogo de libros = booklist [book list].
    * catálogo de libros en venta = publication(s) list.
    * catálogo de listado de ordenador compuesto tipográficamente = typeset computer book form catalogue.
    * catálogo del sistema = system catalogue.
    * catálogo de materias = subject catalogue.
    * catálogo de microfichas = microfiche catalogue.
    * catálogo de microformas = microform catalogue.
    * catálogo de obras completas = back catalogue.
    * catálogo de obras editadas = back catalogue.
    * catálogo de obras musicales = music catalogue.
    * catálogo de publicaciones = publication(s) list.
    * catálogo de publicaciones periódicas = serials catalogue.
    * catálogo de títulos = title catalogue.
    * catálogo de títulos abreviados = short title catalogue.
    * Catálogo de Títulos Abreviados de Incunables = Incunable Short-title Catalogue (ISTC).
    * catálogo de títulos sin abreviar = long-title catalogue.
    * catálogo diccionario = dictionary catalogue, dictionary file, dictionary cataloguing.
    * catálogo directo = direct catalogue.
    * catálogo directo alfabético = alphabetico-direct catalogue.
    * catálogo distribuido = distributed catalogue.
    * catálogo electrónico = electronic catalogue, OPAC (online public access catalogue).
    * catálogo encuadernado en forma de listado de ordenador = computer book form catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de álbum = guard (book) catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de libro = bookform catalogue, book catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de libro encuadernado = bound book form catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de listado = computer print-out catalogue.
    * catálogo en forma de listado de ordenador = computer book form catalogue.
    * catálogo en línea = online catalogue.
    * catálogo en microfilm = microfilm catalogue.
    * catálogo geográfico = geographical catalogue.
    * catálogo impreso = printed catalogue.
    * catálogo impreso en forma de libro = printed book catalogue.
    * catálogo inventario = inventory catalogue, accessions catalogue, accessions file.
    * catálogo local = local catalogue.
    * catálogo manual = manual catalogue.
    * catálogo matricial = matrix catalogue.
    * catálogo multimedia = all-media catalogue.
    * catálogo nacional = national catalogue.
    * catálogo onomástico = name catalogue, name file.
    * catálogo sistemático = classified catalogue, classified file.
    * catálogo sistemático alfabético = alphabetico-classed catalogue, alphabetico-classified catalogue.
    * catálogo sistemático de materias = classified subject catalogue.
    * catálogo topográfico = shelf list, shelflist, shelf list catalogue, shelf list file.
    * cerrar el catálogo = close + the catalogue.
    * colocar juntos en el catálogo = collocate.
    * compilar un catálogo = compile + catalogue.
    * confección del catálogo = catalogue production.
    * consultar el catálogo = consult + catalogue.
    * conversión retrospectiva de catálogos = retrospective catalogue conversion.
    * dejar de actualizar el catálogo = close down + catalogue.
    * gestión del catálogo = catalogue management.
    * las Reglas de Cutter para un Catálogo Diccionario = Cutter's Rules for a Dictionary Catalog.
    * mantenimiento del catálogo = catalogue maintenance.
    * módulo de catálogo de acceso público en línea = online public access catalogue module.
    * parecido a un catálogo = catalogue type.
    * red de catálogos = catalogue network.
    * registro de catálogo colectivo = joint record, joint catalogue record.
    * Reglas de la ALA para la Intercalación de Fichas de Catálogo = ALA Rules for Filing Catalog Cards.

    * * *
    ( Art, Com) catalog ( AmE), catalogue ( BrE)
    compra por catálogo mail-order shopping
    Compuesto:
    union catalog*
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    Del verbo catalogar: ( conjugate catalogar)

    catalogo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    catalogó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    catalogar    
    catálogo
    catalogar ( conjugate catalogar) verbo transitivo

    ( en una lista) to record, list

    catálogo sustantivo masculino (Art, Com) catalog (AmE), catalogue (BrE);

    catalogar verbo transitivo
    1 to catalogue, US catalog
    2 (calificar) to class, label: podemos catalogar de insatisfechas a este tipo de personas, that type of person is never satisfied, I'd say
    catálogo sustantivo masculino catalogue, US catalog

    ' catálogo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    repertorio
    - catalogar
    - constar
    - índice
    - venta
    English:
    catalog
    - catalogue
    - index
    - list
    - should
    - browse
    - mail
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    catalogue
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    m catalog, Br
    catalogue
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    : catalog
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    catálogo n catalogue

    Spanish-English dictionary > catálogo

  • 8 catálogo en línea

    Ex. Also available is a cross data base for multifile searching (BRS/CROSS), online accounting, private data bases services and an online catalogue service.
    * * *

    Ex: Also available is a cross data base for multifile searching (BRS/CROSS), online accounting, private data bases services and an online catalogue service.

    Spanish-English dictionary > catálogo en línea

  • 9 consultar un índice

    (v.) = search + index
    Ex. Still, however, it is necessary for users to leave the online catalogue and move to an entirely separate system to search the indexes.
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    (v.) = search + index

    Ex: Still, however, it is necessary for users to leave the online catalogue and move to an entirely separate system to search the indexes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > consultar un índice

  • 10 contabilidad

    f.
    1 accountancy (oficio).
    2 bookkeeping, accounting.
    llevar la contabilidad to do the accounts
    doble contabilidad double-entry bookkeeping
    contabilidad de costes cost accounting
    3 accounting department.
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    1 (profesión) accountancy; (carrera) accounting
    2 (de empresa etc) accounting, bookkeeping
    \
    llevar la contabilidad to keep the books
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    noun f.
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    SF (=práctica) accounting, book-keeping; (=profesión) accountancy

    Contabilidad — Accounts, Accounts Department

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    a) ( ciencia) accounting
    b) ( profesión) accountancy
    c) ( cuentas) accounts (pl), books (pl)
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    = accounting, fund accounting, book-keeping [bookkeeping], accountancy, booking record, financial control.
    Ex. Also available is a cross data base for multifile searching (BRS/CROSS), online accounting, private data bases services and an online catalogue service.
    Ex. The resulting organisational changes are discussed, as well as workflow adjustments from preorder searching and ordering to receiving and fund accounting.
    Ex. This article discusses the evolution of the standardisation of book-keeping from 1922.
    Ex. This article provides a profile of Albert Mullis, his training in accountancy and librarianship, posts he has held and contribution to librarianship.
    Ex. Many libraries may also be involved in maintaining booking records of one type or another: in college libraries these often relate to instructional films hired during term.
    Ex. These integrated systems use a single software architecture to manage the core processes of libraries including cataloguing, circulation, acquisitions, and financial control.
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    * análisis de contabilidad = financial analysis.
    * contabilidad de valores devengados = accrual accounting.
    * contabilidad por partida doble = double-entry book-keeping.
    * departamento de contabilidad = accounting department, accounting office.
    * empresa de contabilidad = accounting firm.
    * libro de contabilidad = ledger.
    * registro de contabilidad = financial record.
    * * *
    a) ( ciencia) accounting
    b) ( profesión) accountancy
    c) ( cuentas) accounts (pl), books (pl)
    * * *
    = accounting, fund accounting, book-keeping [bookkeeping], accountancy, booking record, financial control.

    Ex: Also available is a cross data base for multifile searching (BRS/CROSS), online accounting, private data bases services and an online catalogue service.

    Ex: The resulting organisational changes are discussed, as well as workflow adjustments from preorder searching and ordering to receiving and fund accounting.
    Ex: This article discusses the evolution of the standardisation of book-keeping from 1922.
    Ex: This article provides a profile of Albert Mullis, his training in accountancy and librarianship, posts he has held and contribution to librarianship.
    Ex: Many libraries may also be involved in maintaining booking records of one type or another: in college libraries these often relate to instructional films hired during term.
    Ex: These integrated systems use a single software architecture to manage the core processes of libraries including cataloguing, circulation, acquisitions, and financial control.
    * análisis de contabilidad = financial analysis.
    * contabilidad de valores devengados = accrual accounting.
    * contabilidad por partida doble = double-entry book-keeping.
    * departamento de contabilidad = accounting department, accounting office.
    * empresa de contabilidad = accounting firm.
    * libro de contabilidad = ledger.
    * registro de contabilidad = financial record.

    * * *
    1 (ciencia) accounting
    2 (profesión) accountancy
    3 (cuentas) accounts (pl), books (pl)
    lleva la contabilidad she does the accounts o the books
    Compuesto:
    creative accounting o accountancy
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    contabilidad sustantivo femenino


    c) ( cuentas) accounts (pl), books (pl);

    lleva la contabilidad she does the accounts o the books

    contabilidad sustantivo femenino Com
    1 (oficio) accountancy, accounting
    2 (departamento) accounts
    3 (de un negocio, empresa) accounts: lleva la contabilidad en la empresa de su padre, she does the books in her father's firm
    ' contabilidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    asiento
    - contabilizar
    - cuenta
    - haber
    - llevar
    - partida
    - rubro
    English:
    accountancy
    - book-keeping
    - cost accounting
    - entry
    - ledger
    - management accounting
    - account
    - bookkeeping
    * * *
    1. [oficio] accountancy
    2. [de persona, empresa] bookkeeping, accounting;
    llevar la contabilidad to do the accounts;
    doble contabilidad double-entry bookkeeping
    Fin contabilidad de costos o Esp costes cost accounting; Fin contabilidad de gestión management accounting
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    f accountancy;
    llevar la contabilidad do the accounts
    * * *
    1) : accounting, bookkeeping
    2) : accountancy
    * * *
    1. (ciencia) accountancy
    2. (cuentas) accounts

    Spanish-English dictionary > contabilidad

  • 11 copia impresa

    f.
    hard copy, printout.
    * * *
    (n.) = printout [print-out], print copy, print-off
    Ex. Libraries of the future will spend larger and larger portions of their budgets not on books, but to finance patrons' acquisitions of print-outs of desired documents located through the online catalogue.
    Ex. In the first phase of the project, print copies were delivered to UMI by vehicle.
    Ex. However, these 'libraries' also had a substantial number and apparently growing collection of materials from the U.S. and numerous website print-offs from anti-Castro groups.
    * * *
    (n.) = printout [print-out], print copy, print-off

    Ex: Libraries of the future will spend larger and larger portions of their budgets not on books, but to finance patrons' acquisitions of print-outs of desired documents located through the online catalogue.

    Ex: In the first phase of the project, print copies were delivered to UMI by vehicle.
    Ex: However, these 'libraries' also had a substantial number and apparently growing collection of materials from the U.S. and numerous website print-offs from anti-Castro groups.

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  • 12 defender

    v.
    1 to defend.
    defender los intereses de alguien to defend somebody's interests
    defendió su teoría con sólidos argumentos he supported his theory with sound arguments
    Elsa defiende su posición Elsa defends her position.
    Elsa defiende los derechos humanos Elsa defends human rights.
    2 to protect (proteger) (del frío, calor).
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ ENTENDER], like link=entender entender
    1 (gen) to defend (contra/de, against)
    2 (mantener una opinión, afirmación) to defend, uphold; (respaldar a alguien) to stand up for, support
    3 (proteger) to protect (contra/de, against/from)
    4 DERECHO (algo) to argue, plead; (a alguien) to defend
    1 (espabilarse) to manage, get by, get along
    ¿qué tal se defiende en inglés? how does she get by in English?, what's her English like?
    \
    defender una causa DERECHO to argue a case
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1.
    VT (Mil) [+ país, territorio, intereses] to defend; [+ causa, ideas] to defend, champion; (Jur) to defend

    el Real Madrid defiende el título de campeón — Real Madrid are defending the championship title, Real Madrid are the defending champions

    defiendo la tesis doctoral el mes que vieneI'm having a viva on o (EEUU) I'm defending my doctoral thesis next month

    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( proteger) <guarnición/nación> to defend, protect; < persona> to defend

    siempre defiende a su hermanahe always defends o stands up for his sister

    defender a alguien de algo/alguien — to defend somebody against something/somebody

    b) < intereses> to protect, defend; <derechos/título> to defend
    c) (Der) to defend
    d) <idea/teoría/opinión> to defend, uphold; <causa/ideal> to champion, defend

    defender la tesis — ≈to defend one's dissertation ( in US), ≈to have a viva on one's thesis ( in UK)

    2.
    defenderse v pron
    a) (refl) ( contra una agresión) to defend o protect oneself; (Der) to defend oneself

    defenderse de algo/alguien — to defend oneself against something/somebody

    b) (fam) ( arreglárselas) to get by (colloq)
    * * *
    = advocate, argue, argue + in favour of, be + Posesivo + contention, contend, defend, espouse, maintain, make + apology, make + a case for, plead for, put + the case for, uphold, crusade for, preach, preach, champion, speak up for, speak up for, articulate + the case for, present + case for, mount + defence, strike + a blow for, raise + the flag of, come down in + favour of, stick up for, stand by, rally (a)round, rally behind, stand for.
    Ex. In order to understand the citation order that PRECIS indexing advocates it is necessary to examine the function of the operators more closely.
    Ex. Cutter argued that when it could be established that the second term was definitely more significant then inversion of headings was acceptable.
    Ex. Despite the present financial straits of developing countries, she argues in favour of long-term plan for the acquisition of relevant rare book material.
    Ex. It is our contention that an understanding of such basic principles is fundamental to an appreciation of the many and varied contexts that the individual is likely to encounter.
    Ex. The author contends that it is possible to view the search conducted with the aid of a series of menus as having strong similarities with the search through the hierarchy of a enumerative classification scheme.
    Ex. A respondent is a candidate for a degree who, in an academic disputation, defends or opposes a thesis proposed by the praeses (q.v.); also called the defendant.
    Ex. Most respondents espoused the latter view as an appropriate response to IT developments to date.
    Ex. They maintain, in an article written for Library Resources and Technical Services (LRTS) 'that automated cataloging systems have addressed only half of the problems of maintaining a library catalog'.
    Ex. My perspective, for which I make no apology, is that of someone who works daily with the nitty-gritty of cataloging, as many of you do.
    Ex. This point-by-point evaluation makes a fairly convincing case for the public access online catalogue.
    Ex. I would plead for more standardization, not less, because I think whatever we do is going to be imperfect.
    Ex. A more moderate approach is found in the writings of Olding, who puts the case for multiple entry very concisely in a short pamphlet.
    Ex. It's about time that we go back to these principles and make sure that the quality of cataloging is upheld.
    Ex. There are also dedicated individuals within government who have found a niche from which to crusade for school libraries.
    Ex. A major failing of the information industry is that its members tend to preach to one another whereas what they should be doing is talking to everyone else outside the information industry.
    Ex. A major failing of the information industry is that its members tend to preach to one another whereas what they should be doing is talking to everyone else outside the information industry.
    Ex. In particular he championed free photoduplication of library materials as a natural extension of library services to patrons at a distance.
    Ex. Many people voiced fears that volunteers would be used to take over paid jobs from the workforce, but others spoke up for volunteers saying that in many cases they had created extra jobs for the permanent staff.
    Ex. Many people voiced fears that volunteers would be used to take over paid jobs from the workforce, but others spoke up for volunteers saying that in many cases they had created extra jobs for the permanent staff.
    Ex. Moreover, in addition to quantitative measures, qualitative indicators of benefits should be considered so as to present a complete picture when articulating the case for a library's total positive impact.
    Ex. An MP, a barrister, and a financial consultant present the case for charging Value Added Tax (VAT) on books.
    Ex. The author mounts a spirited defence of the National Library of Australia future collecting priorities.
    Ex. In an effort to save US culture, strike a blow for reading, and correct well intentioned but misguided notions about the Internet making libraries obsolete, offers ten reasons why the Internet is no substitute for a library..
    Ex. The Augustinian order kept his theological tradition, and raised the flag of the Augustinian thought before and after the German reformer.
    Ex. The author comes down in favour of adding notes to cataloguing records on the grounds that the educational purpose that they are intended to serve is clear.
    Ex. He states that he has always admired Woody Allen, explaining that when he first saw his films he was happy to see that someone was sticking up for the little guy.
    Ex. It's hard to believe she stands by a man who gets his kicks out of beating her black and blue everynight.
    Ex. I recalled how bereft we felt when we lost our son and how friends and neighbours rallied round and offered a shoulder to cry on.
    Ex. The second group, who rallied behind McCarthy, was composed of students and intellectuals who were vociferous against the war.
    Ex. I will stand for your rights as my forefathers did before me!.
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    * defender a = put + a word in for.
    * defender a Alguien = stand up for.
    * defender Algo = argue + Posesivo + corner.
    * defender el fuerte = hold + the fortress.
    * defender el honor de Uno = defend + Posesivo + honour.
    * defender enérgicamente = be vociferous about/in.
    * defender la causa de = further + the cause of.
    * defender la necesidad = articulate + the need.
    * defender la necesidad de = support + the case for.
    * defender lo indenfensible = defend + the indefensible.
    * defender los derechos de Uno = stand up for + Posesivo + rights.
    * defender los intereses = defend + interests, lobby for + interests.
    * defender los intereses de = go to + bat for, bat for.
    * defender los principios de Uno = stand up for + Posesivo + principles.
    * defender + Posesivo + argumento = support + Posesivo + case, buttress + Posesivo + case.
    * defender + Posesivo + caso = take up + Posesivo + case.
    * defender + Posesivo + causa = advance + Posesivo + cause.
    * defender + Posesivo + idea = support + Posesivo + case.
    * defender + Posesivo + postura = argue + Posesivo + case.
    * defenderse = bite back, stand up, strike back, fight back, fight for + Posesivo + life.
    * defenderse de ataques = ward off + attacks.
    * defenderse por uno mismo = fend for + Reflexivo.
    * defender una causa = promote + cause, support + cause, champion + cause.
    * defender una idea = champion + idea.
    * defender un argumento = support + view.
    * defender un opinión = support + view.
    * saber defenderse = hold + Posesivo + own.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( proteger) <guarnición/nación> to defend, protect; < persona> to defend

    siempre defiende a su hermanahe always defends o stands up for his sister

    defender a alguien de algo/alguien — to defend somebody against something/somebody

    b) < intereses> to protect, defend; <derechos/título> to defend
    c) (Der) to defend
    d) <idea/teoría/opinión> to defend, uphold; <causa/ideal> to champion, defend

    defender la tesis — ≈to defend one's dissertation ( in US), ≈to have a viva on one's thesis ( in UK)

    2.
    defenderse v pron
    a) (refl) ( contra una agresión) to defend o protect oneself; (Der) to defend oneself

    defenderse de algo/alguien — to defend oneself against something/somebody

    b) (fam) ( arreglárselas) to get by (colloq)
    * * *
    = advocate, argue, argue + in favour of, be + Posesivo + contention, contend, defend, espouse, maintain, make + apology, make + a case for, plead for, put + the case for, uphold, crusade for, preach, preach, champion, speak up for, speak up for, articulate + the case for, present + case for, mount + defence, strike + a blow for, raise + the flag of, come down in + favour of, stick up for, stand by, rally (a)round, rally behind, stand for.

    Ex: In order to understand the citation order that PRECIS indexing advocates it is necessary to examine the function of the operators more closely.

    Ex: Cutter argued that when it could be established that the second term was definitely more significant then inversion of headings was acceptable.
    Ex: Despite the present financial straits of developing countries, she argues in favour of long-term plan for the acquisition of relevant rare book material.
    Ex: It is our contention that an understanding of such basic principles is fundamental to an appreciation of the many and varied contexts that the individual is likely to encounter.
    Ex: The author contends that it is possible to view the search conducted with the aid of a series of menus as having strong similarities with the search through the hierarchy of a enumerative classification scheme.
    Ex: A respondent is a candidate for a degree who, in an academic disputation, defends or opposes a thesis proposed by the praeses (q.v.); also called the defendant.
    Ex: Most respondents espoused the latter view as an appropriate response to IT developments to date.
    Ex: They maintain, in an article written for Library Resources and Technical Services (LRTS) 'that automated cataloging systems have addressed only half of the problems of maintaining a library catalog'.
    Ex: My perspective, for which I make no apology, is that of someone who works daily with the nitty-gritty of cataloging, as many of you do.
    Ex: This point-by-point evaluation makes a fairly convincing case for the public access online catalogue.
    Ex: I would plead for more standardization, not less, because I think whatever we do is going to be imperfect.
    Ex: A more moderate approach is found in the writings of Olding, who puts the case for multiple entry very concisely in a short pamphlet.
    Ex: It's about time that we go back to these principles and make sure that the quality of cataloging is upheld.
    Ex: There are also dedicated individuals within government who have found a niche from which to crusade for school libraries.
    Ex: A major failing of the information industry is that its members tend to preach to one another whereas what they should be doing is talking to everyone else outside the information industry.
    Ex: A major failing of the information industry is that its members tend to preach to one another whereas what they should be doing is talking to everyone else outside the information industry.
    Ex: In particular he championed free photoduplication of library materials as a natural extension of library services to patrons at a distance.
    Ex: Many people voiced fears that volunteers would be used to take over paid jobs from the workforce, but others spoke up for volunteers saying that in many cases they had created extra jobs for the permanent staff.
    Ex: Many people voiced fears that volunteers would be used to take over paid jobs from the workforce, but others spoke up for volunteers saying that in many cases they had created extra jobs for the permanent staff.
    Ex: Moreover, in addition to quantitative measures, qualitative indicators of benefits should be considered so as to present a complete picture when articulating the case for a library's total positive impact.
    Ex: An MP, a barrister, and a financial consultant present the case for charging Value Added Tax (VAT) on books.
    Ex: The author mounts a spirited defence of the National Library of Australia future collecting priorities.
    Ex: In an effort to save US culture, strike a blow for reading, and correct well intentioned but misguided notions about the Internet making libraries obsolete, offers ten reasons why the Internet is no substitute for a library..
    Ex: The Augustinian order kept his theological tradition, and raised the flag of the Augustinian thought before and after the German reformer.
    Ex: The author comes down in favour of adding notes to cataloguing records on the grounds that the educational purpose that they are intended to serve is clear.
    Ex: He states that he has always admired Woody Allen, explaining that when he first saw his films he was happy to see that someone was sticking up for the little guy.
    Ex: It's hard to believe she stands by a man who gets his kicks out of beating her black and blue everynight.
    Ex: I recalled how bereft we felt when we lost our son and how friends and neighbours rallied round and offered a shoulder to cry on.
    Ex: The second group, who rallied behind McCarthy, was composed of students and intellectuals who were vociferous against the war.
    Ex: I will stand for your rights as my forefathers did before me!.
    * defender a = put + a word in for.
    * defender a Alguien = stand up for.
    * defender Algo = argue + Posesivo + corner.
    * defender el fuerte = hold + the fortress.
    * defender el honor de Uno = defend + Posesivo + honour.
    * defender enérgicamente = be vociferous about/in.
    * defender la causa de = further + the cause of.
    * defender la necesidad = articulate + the need.
    * defender la necesidad de = support + the case for.
    * defender lo indenfensible = defend + the indefensible.
    * defender los derechos de Uno = stand up for + Posesivo + rights.
    * defender los intereses = defend + interests, lobby for + interests.
    * defender los intereses de = go to + bat for, bat for.
    * defender los principios de Uno = stand up for + Posesivo + principles.
    * defender + Posesivo + argumento = support + Posesivo + case, buttress + Posesivo + case.
    * defender + Posesivo + caso = take up + Posesivo + case.
    * defender + Posesivo + causa = advance + Posesivo + cause.
    * defender + Posesivo + idea = support + Posesivo + case.
    * defender + Posesivo + postura = argue + Posesivo + case.
    * defenderse = bite back, stand up, strike back, fight back, fight for + Posesivo + life.
    * defenderse de ataques = ward off + attacks.
    * defenderse por uno mismo = fend for + Reflexivo.
    * defender una causa = promote + cause, support + cause, champion + cause.
    * defender una idea = champion + idea.
    * defender un argumento = support + view.
    * defender un opinión = support + view.
    * saber defenderse = hold + Posesivo + own.

    * * *
    defender [E8 ]
    vt
    1 (proteger) ‹guarnición/nación› to defend, protect; ‹persona› to defend
    siempre defiende a su hermana he always defends o protects o stands up for his sister
    defender a algn DE algo/algn to defend sb AGAINST sth/sb
    la defendió de las acusaciones/de sus atacantes he defended her against the accusations/against her attackers
    2 ‹intereses› to protect, defend; ‹derechos› to defend; ‹título› to defend
    3 ( Der) ‹caso› to defend; ‹acusado/cliente› to defend
    4 ‹idea/teoría/opinión› to defend, uphold; ‹causa/ideal› to champion, defend
    defender la tesis ≈ to defend one's dissertation ( in US), ≈ to have a viva on one's thesis ( in UK)
    1 ( refl) (contra una agresión) to defend o protect oneself; ( Der) to defend oneself defenderse DE algo/algn to defend oneself AGAINST sth/sb
    2 ( fam) (arreglárselas) to get by ( colloq)
    me defiendo bastante bien en francés I can get by quite well in French
    ¿sabes jugar al tenis? — bueno, me defiendo can you play tennis? — well, I'm not too bad ( colloq)
    * * *

     

    defender ( conjugate defender) verbo transitivo
    to defend;
    intereses to protect;
    defender a algo/algn de algo/algn to defend sth/sb against sth/sb
    defenderse verbo pronominal
    a) ( refl) ( contra una agresión) to defend o protect oneself;

    (Der) to defend oneself;
    defenderse de algo/algn to defend oneself against sth/sb
    b) (fam) ( arreglárselas) to get by (colloq);


    defender verbo transitivo to defend [contra, against] [de, from]
    ' defender' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    defensa
    - defensor
    - defensora
    - muerte
    - resguardar
    - uña
    - unirse
    - valedor
    - valedora
    - defienda
    English:
    argue
    - defend
    - defender
    - guard
    - leg
    - plead
    - speak up
    - stand up
    - stick up for
    - uphold
    - advocate
    - champion
    - speak
    - stand
    - stick
    * * *
    vt
    1. [país, ideas] to defend;
    [amigo] to stand up for; Dep [contrario, delantero] to mark;
    defender a alguien de algo to defend sb from o against sth;
    defender los derechos/intereses de alguien to defend sb's rights/interests;
    defendió su teoría con sólidos argumentos he supported his theory with sound arguments;
    defender la tesis [en universidad] Br ≈ to have one's viva, US ≈ to defend one's dissertation;
    Dep
    defender el título to defend the title;
    defender algo a capa y espada to defend sth tooth and nail
    2. [reo, acusado] to defend
    3. [proteger] [del frío, calor] to protect (de against)
    vi
    Dep to mark;
    defender al hombre to mark man for man, to man-mark;
    defender en zona to use a zone defence
    * * *
    I v/t
    1 defend (de against)
    2 en fútbol mark
    II v/i en fútbol mark
    * * *
    defender {56} vt
    : to defend, to protect
    * * *
    1. (en general) to defend
    2. (proteger) to protect

    Spanish-English dictionary > defender

  • 13 dejarse llevar

    v.
    1 to get carried away, to be moved, to be carried away, to be carried away with emotion.
    Ellos se dejaron llevar por la ira They got carried away with anger.
    2 to let oneself be led without resistance, to go without resistance.
    El chico se dejó llevar a la casa The kid let himself be led without...
    3 to sway.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + carried away by, drift along, drift, coast along, go with + the flow, let + go, go along with + the flow
    Ex. It is easy to become carried away by the sheer size of the so-called 'information explosion' and to regard the growth of literature as a phenomenon as threatening to civilization as a virulent epidemic or the 'population explosion' in the third world.
    Ex. The group of employees seems to ' drift along'.
    Ex. Now that libraries have been catapulted out of the ice age by the online catalogue, they cannot afford to drift through the strong, variable winds of technological change.
    Ex. Unless more of us refuse to be content to coast along, living off the fat of the land and leaving others to pay the tab, there is no guarantee that America will be a better place for our children than it was for us.
    Ex. The author takes this case as a model to illustrate how academic libraries can go with the flow instead of being swept upstream.
    Ex. To be the life and soul of a party or social gathering requires you to come out of your shell and let go.
    Ex. Finally, we have someone who is not just folding his arms and going along with the flow.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + carried away by, drift along, drift, coast along, go with + the flow, let + go, go along with + the flow

    Ex: It is easy to become carried away by the sheer size of the so-called 'information explosion' and to regard the growth of literature as a phenomenon as threatening to civilization as a virulent epidemic or the 'population explosion' in the third world.

    Ex: The group of employees seems to ' drift along'.
    Ex: Now that libraries have been catapulted out of the ice age by the online catalogue, they cannot afford to drift through the strong, variable winds of technological change.
    Ex: Unless more of us refuse to be content to coast along, living off the fat of the land and leaving others to pay the tab, there is no guarantee that America will be a better place for our children than it was for us.
    Ex: The author takes this case as a model to illustrate how academic libraries can go with the flow instead of being swept upstream.
    Ex: To be the life and soul of a party or social gathering requires you to come out of your shell and let go.
    Ex: Finally, we have someone who is not just folding his arms and going along with the flow.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejarse llevar

  • 14 deslizarse

    1 (gen) to slide; (sobre agua) to glide
    2 (salir) to slip out (de, of); (entrar) to slip (en, into)
    3 (fluir) to flow, run
    4 (transcurrir) to go by, fly
    * * *
    VPR
    1) (=resbalarse) to slide

    el coche se deslizó unos metrosthe car slid o slipped forward a few metres

    2) (=avanzar) [serpiente] to slither; [barco] to glide, slip

    el tren se desliza a 300km/h — the train glides along at 300km/h

    3) frm [secreto] to slip out; [error] to slip in, creep in
    * * *
    (v.) = slither, drift, skid, glide
    Ex. 'Trouble slithering underfoot in the Garden of Eden?', the librarian shook his head sheepishly.
    Ex. Now that libraries have been catapulted out of the ice age by the online catalogue, they cannot afford to drift through the strong, variable winds of technological change.
    Ex. As a result of the snow they skidded across the road into a lorry.
    Ex. 'Ciao!' I shouted to the gondoliers as they glided past, their passengers waving up to me as I stood on the balcony of my room.
    * * *
    (v.) = slither, drift, skid, glide

    Ex: 'Trouble slithering underfoot in the Garden of Eden?', the librarian shook his head sheepishly.

    Ex: Now that libraries have been catapulted out of the ice age by the online catalogue, they cannot afford to drift through the strong, variable winds of technological change.
    Ex: As a result of the snow they skidded across the road into a lorry.
    Ex: 'Ciao!' I shouted to the gondoliers as they glided past, their passengers waving up to me as I stood on the balcony of my room.

    * * *

    ■deslizarse verbo reflexivo
    1 (sobre una superficie) to slide
    2 (un río, una corriente) to flow: las lágrimas se deslizaban por su mejilla, tears flowed down her cheeks
    3 (en un lugar, silenciosamente) to glide: se deslizó en la oficina y consultó los informes reservados, she slipped into the office and went through the confidential reports
    ' deslizarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    escabullirse
    - deslizar
    - escurrir
    English:
    glide
    - slide
    - slip in
    - slip into
    - slither
    - coast
    - roll
    - skid
    * * *
    vpr
    1. [resbalar] to slide;
    deslizarse por to slide along;
    el barco se deslizaba por la superficie the boat glided along the surface;
    los esquiadores se deslizaban por la nieve the skiers slid across the snow;
    los niños se deslizaron por el tobogán the children slid down the chute;
    el agua se desliza mansamente río abajo the water flows gently downriver
    2. [escabullirse] to slip;
    una lagartija se deslizó entre las rocas a lizard slipped in between the rocks;
    para entrar/salir tuvo que deslizarse sin que lo viera el portero to get in/out he had to slip past the porter without being seen
    3. [sujeto: error]
    deslizarse en to creep into
    4. [sujeto: tiempo, vida] to slip away o by
    * * *
    v/r
    1 slide;
    deslizarse sobre el hielo slide over the ice
    2
    :
    se me ha deslizado un error I’ve slipped up
    * * *
    vr
    1) : to slide, to glide
    2) : to slip away
    * * *
    1. (moverse) to slide [pt. & pp. slid]
    2. (escurrirse) to slip [pt. & pp. slipped]

    Spanish-English dictionary > deslizarse

  • 15 desplazarse lentamente

    (v.) = drift
    Ex. Now that libraries have been catapulted out of the ice age by the online catalogue, they cannot afford to drift through the strong, variable winds of technological change.
    * * *
    (v.) = drift

    Ex: Now that libraries have been catapulted out of the ice age by the online catalogue, they cannot afford to drift through the strong, variable winds of technological change.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desplazarse lentamente

  • 16 detallado

    adj.
    detailed, itemized, minute, blow-by-blow.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: detallar.
    * * *
    1→ link=detallar detallar
    1 detailed, thorough
    * * *
    (f. - detallada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ [informe, relato] detailed; [declaración] circumstantial; [conocimiento] detailed, intimate
    * * *
    - da adjetivo <factura/cuenta> itemized, detailed; <estudio/descripción> detailed
    * * *
    = careful, detailed, diligent, elaborate, elaborated, in-depth [in depth], point-by-point, scripted, step by step, thorough, meticulous, painstaking, stage by stage, fine-grained, blow-by-blow.
    Ex. The format of the description in an analytical entry requires careful consideration.
    Ex. However, many indexing systems have evolved over the last century, and have their roots in a time when detailed specification of subjects was unnecessary.
    Ex. If the scholar can get at only one a week by diligent search, his syntheses are not likely to keep up with the current scene.
    Ex. These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
    Ex. An explanatory reference is an elaborated 'see' or 'see also' reference that explains the circumstances under which the headings involved should be consulted.
    Ex. She organized the library's program of in-depth seminars on how to use the library for faculty in the social sciences and humanities.
    Ex. This point-by-point evaluation makes a fairly convincing case for the public access online catalogue.
    Ex. A program consisting of readings, improvised scenes, and scripted extracts from the author's work is the kind of project I have in mind.
    Ex. The VDU gives step by step instructions for those not familiar with search procedures.
    Ex. Timely and thorough planning is essential.
    Ex. Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.
    Ex. He uses a well-known simile in saying that 'the most painstaking examination of innumerable single trees will not tell us much about the nature of the forest'.
    Ex. The author outlines a stage by stage on-line search strategy to help find pairs of journals that are logically and scientifically related.
    Ex. Both simple and fine-grained policies can be written to permit or deny access to this type of repository.
    Ex. Sometimes the major threads of his argument get lost in blow-by-blow accounts of political debates that go nowhere.
    ----
    * conocimiento detallado = intimate knowledge.
    * entrevista detallada = in-depth interview.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo <factura/cuenta> itemized, detailed; <estudio/descripción> detailed
    * * *
    = careful, detailed, diligent, elaborate, elaborated, in-depth [in depth], point-by-point, scripted, step by step, thorough, meticulous, painstaking, stage by stage, fine-grained, blow-by-blow.

    Ex: The format of the description in an analytical entry requires careful consideration.

    Ex: However, many indexing systems have evolved over the last century, and have their roots in a time when detailed specification of subjects was unnecessary.
    Ex: If the scholar can get at only one a week by diligent search, his syntheses are not likely to keep up with the current scene.
    Ex: These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
    Ex: An explanatory reference is an elaborated 'see' or 'see also' reference that explains the circumstances under which the headings involved should be consulted.
    Ex: She organized the library's program of in-depth seminars on how to use the library for faculty in the social sciences and humanities.
    Ex: This point-by-point evaluation makes a fairly convincing case for the public access online catalogue.
    Ex: A program consisting of readings, improvised scenes, and scripted extracts from the author's work is the kind of project I have in mind.
    Ex: The VDU gives step by step instructions for those not familiar with search procedures.
    Ex: Timely and thorough planning is essential.
    Ex: Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.
    Ex: He uses a well-known simile in saying that 'the most painstaking examination of innumerable single trees will not tell us much about the nature of the forest'.
    Ex: The author outlines a stage by stage on-line search strategy to help find pairs of journals that are logically and scientifically related.
    Ex: Both simple and fine-grained policies can be written to permit or deny access to this type of repository.
    Ex: Sometimes the major threads of his argument get lost in blow-by-blow accounts of political debates that go nowhere.
    * conocimiento detallado = intimate knowledge.
    * entrevista detallada = in-depth interview.

    * * *
    ‹factura/cuenta› itemized, detailed; ‹estudio/descripción› detailed
    * * *

    Del verbo detallar: ( conjugate detallar)

    detallado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    detallado    
    detallar
    detallado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ‹factura/cuenta itemized;


    estudio/descripción detailed
    detallar ( conjugate detallar) verbo transitivo
    to detail
    detallado,-a adjetivo detailed, thorough: le vamos a hacer un examen detallado, we're going to give him a thorough examination
    detallar verbo transitivo to give the details of, list
    ' detallado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    detallada
    - minuciosa
    - minucioso
    - presupuesto
    - puntual
    English:
    detailed
    - elaborate
    - full
    - step
    * * *
    detallado, -a adj
    1. [análisis, descripción, estudio] detailed
    2. [factura, cuenta] itemized
    * * *
    adj detailed
    * * *
    detallado adj detailed

    Spanish-English dictionary > detallado

  • 17 documento impreso

    (n.) = printout [print-out], paper document, print-off
    Ex. Libraries of the future will spend larger and larger portions of their budgets not on books, but to finance patrons' acquisitions of print-outs of desired documents located through the online catalogue.
    Ex. The organisation and retrieval of paper documents are discussed in the light of new perspectives opened up by optical discs, hypertext and artificial intelligence.
    Ex. However, these 'libraries' also had a substantial number and apparently growing collection of materials from the U.S. and numerous website print-offs from anti-Castro groups.
    * * *
    (n.) = printout [print-out], paper document, print-off

    Ex: Libraries of the future will spend larger and larger portions of their budgets not on books, but to finance patrons' acquisitions of print-outs of desired documents located through the online catalogue.

    Ex: The organisation and retrieval of paper documents are discussed in the light of new perspectives opened up by optical discs, hypertext and artificial intelligence.
    Ex: However, these 'libraries' also had a substantial number and apparently growing collection of materials from the U.S. and numerous website print-offs from anti-Castro groups.

    Spanish-English dictionary > documento impreso

  • 18 empresa1

    1 = business [businesses, -pl.], commercial firm, company, corporation, firm, business enterprise, outfit, business interest, business firm, industrial firm, commercial enterprise, operating company.
    Ex. To a small or mid-sized business, information is critical for effective planning, growth and development.
    Ex. Difficulties over access to these can arise when research project has been financed by a scientific organization or commercial firm who have an interest in maintaining security.
    Ex. Among the companies offering 'Mice' are Microsoft, Vision and Apple, but more are anticipated.
    Ex. The main form of knowledge transfer and the basis for decision making within corporations has not been a paper, a document or a detailed report, but a set of overhead slides and the discussions around them.
    Ex. The European Development Fund finances projects in overseas countries for which European-based firms can supply equipment and know-how.
    Ex. The 'Books at work' project in Kalmar in southern Sweden is the result of collaboration between trade unions, business enterprises and the public library.
    Ex. The author compares the advantages and disadvantages of buying from the larger established companies and smaller outfits.
    Ex. As an example, the University of Hawaii libraries have installed an online catalogue on which they will hang a special assortment of databases that are needed by Hawaii and Pacific business interests.
    Ex. Collection and preservation of records is an expensive pursuit and the task of persuading cost conscious business firms that they ought to preserve their records is an unenviable one.
    Ex. In libraries serving industrial firms, for example, the cost of not finding information may be high; this is why 'hard headed businessmen' add to their overheads by paying for extensive library services.
    Ex. Some commercial enterprises subsidise satellite communications for academic institutions.
    Ex. In the future, these files will be made readily accessible to other Glaxo operating companies through the use of computers.
    ----
    * a cuenta de la empresa = at company expense.
    * administración de empresas = business administration.
    * admnistrador de empresa = firm administrator.
    * archivo de empresa = business archives.
    * biblioteca de empresa = commercial library, industrial library, corporate library, company library, business library.
    * bibliotecario de empresa = industrial librarian.
    * comida de empresa = company dinner.
    * como las empresas = business-like.
    * conglomerado de empresas = conglomerate.
    * contratación de personal cualificado de otras empresas = lateral hiring.
    * curso mixto de clases y práctica en la empresa = sandwich course.
    * dejar la empresa = jump + ship.
    * de la propia empresa = company-owned.
    * de toda la empresa = systemwide.
    * director de empresa = company director.
    * directorio de empresas en base de datos = corporate directory database, company directory database.
    * documentación de empresas = business record.
    * empresa afiliada = sister company.
    * empresa comercial = commercial agency, commercial vendor, commercial business, business firm.
    * empresa con solera = established player.
    * empresa consolidada = established player.
    * empresa constructora = property developer.
    * empresa consumada = established player.
    * empresa de búsqueda personalizada de ejecutivos = headhunter.
    * empresa de cobro de deudas = debt collection agency.
    * empresa de contabilidad = accounting firm.
    * empresa dedicada a la venta por correo = mail order company.
    * empresa dedicada al desarrollo de productos = product developer.
    * empresa dedicada a los sondeos de opinión = polling firm, polling agency.
    * empresa dedicada al proceso del cereal = corn processor.
    * empresa de grandes derroches = high roller.
    * empresa de investigación = research firm.
    * empresa de la limpieza = cleaning firm.
    * empresa de liempza = cleaning business.
    * empresa de limpieza = janitorial business.
    * empresa de medios de comunicación = media company.
    * empresa de mudanzas = mover.
    * empresa de nuestro grupo = sister company, sister organisation.
    * empresa de nueva creación = this sort of thing, startup [start-up].
    * empresa de ordenadores = computer company.
    * empresa de reparto de paquetes = package delivery company.
    * empresa de seguridad = security firm.
    * empresa de servicios = service organisation, service agency, service company.
    * empresa de servicios de información = information broker, broker, information broking.
    * empresa de servicio social = social utility.
    * empresa de servicios públicos = public utility, utility company.
    * empresa de solera = established player.
    * empresa de telecomunicaciones = computer bureau.
    * empresa de trabajo = industrial affiliation.
    * empresa de un grupo = operating company.
    * empresa de viajes = travel company.
    * empresa en la que sólo pueden trabajar empleados que pertenezcan a un sindic = close shop.
    * empresa farmacéutica = drug company.
    * empresa filial = subsidiary company.
    * empresa hipotecaria = mortgage company.
    * empresa industrial = industrial firm.
    * empresa organizadora de congresos = conference organiser.
    * empresa privada = private vendor, private company, private business, private firm.
    * empresa pública = civilian employer, public firm.
    * empresas americanas, las = corporate America.
    * empresa sindicada = union shop.
    * empresa televisiva = television company.
    * empresa transportadora = shipper, shipping agent.
    * en toda la empresa = company-wide, systemwide.
    * específico de las empresas = company-specific.
    * fusión de empresas = consolidation.
    * gasto de empresa = business expense.
    * gestión de empresas = business management.
    * grupo de empresas = business group.
    * guardería de la empresa = workplace crêche.
    * información sobre empresas = business intelligence.
    * intranet de empresa = corporate intranet.
    * libro de empresa = organisation manual.
    * mercado de la empresa = corporate market.
    * mundo de la empresa = business world.
    * mundo de la empresa, el = corporate world, the.
    * mundo de las empresas = business environment.
    * página web de empresa = business site, corporate site.
    * para toda la empresa = company-wide, enterprise-wide.
    * partícipe en la empresa = corporate insider.
    * patrocinado por la propia empresa = company-sponsored.
    * pequeña empresa = small business.
    * persona de la propia empresa = insider.
    * programa de prácticas en la empresa = internship program(me), internship.
    * programa mixto de clases y práctica en la empresa = sandwich programme.
    * propiedad de la empresa = company-owned.
    * PYME (Pequeña y Mediana Empresa) = SME (Small and Medium Sized Enterprise).
    * que afecta a toda la empresa = enterprise-wide.
    * sitio web de empresa = business site, corporate site.
    * trabajador cualificado contratado de otra empresa = lateral hire.
    * ya parte de la empresa = on board.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empresa1

  • 19 espectro

    m.
    1 spectrum (physics).
    2 specter, ghost (fantasma).
    * * *
    1 FÍSICA spectrum
    2 (fantasma) spectre (US specter), ghost, apparition
    4 (conjunto, serie) range
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Fís) spectrum

    de amplio espectro — wide-ranging, covering a broad spectrum

    2) (=fantasma) spectre, specter (EEUU), ghost
    * * *
    1) (Fís) spectrum; ( gama) spectrum
    2) ( fantasma) specter*, ghost; ( amenaza) specter*
    * * *
    = spectrum [spectra, -pl.], spectre [specter, -USA], wraith, spook, phantasm, phantom.
    Ex. As one respondent from this end of the information spectrum put it, 'Context is all in the information world'.
    Ex. The automated catalogue became a spectre of looming change because the same electronic advances that made the online catalogue a reality promised even greater transformations = El catálogo automatizado se convirtió en un espectro del inminente cambio ya que los mismos avances electrónicos que hicieron realidad el catálogo en línea prometían transformaciones aún mayores.
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Wraiths, revenants and ritual in medieval culture'.
    Ex. The article 'Ghosts, spooks and spectres' looks briefly at some of the ways in which public librarians have been portrayed in popular fiction.
    Ex. Fourniret is a dangerous man obnubilated by the phantasm of virginity.
    Ex. The phantoms of the book's name are those sensed by amputees who have vividfeeling, even pain, in limbs they know are gone.
    ----
    * cubrir todo el espectro = run + the gamut.
    * espectro político, el = political spectrum, the.
    * un amplio espectro de = a broad band of, a broad spectrum of, a wide band of.
    * un gran espectro de = a wide band of.
    * * *
    1) (Fís) spectrum; ( gama) spectrum
    2) ( fantasma) specter*, ghost; ( amenaza) specter*
    * * *
    = spectrum [spectra, -pl.], spectre [specter, -USA], wraith, spook, phantasm, phantom.

    Ex: As one respondent from this end of the information spectrum put it, 'Context is all in the information world'.

    Ex: The automated catalogue became a spectre of looming change because the same electronic advances that made the online catalogue a reality promised even greater transformations = El catálogo automatizado se convirtió en un espectro del inminente cambio ya que los mismos avances electrónicos que hicieron realidad el catálogo en línea prometían transformaciones aún mayores.
    Ex: The article is entitled ' Wraiths, revenants and ritual in medieval culture'.
    Ex: The article 'Ghosts, spooks and spectres' looks briefly at some of the ways in which public librarians have been portrayed in popular fiction.
    Ex: Fourniret is a dangerous man obnubilated by the phantasm of virginity.
    Ex: The phantoms of the book's name are those sensed by amputees who have vividfeeling, even pain, in limbs they know are gone.
    * cubrir todo el espectro = run + the gamut.
    * espectro político, el = political spectrum, the.
    * un amplio espectro de = a broad band of, a broad spectrum of, a wide band of.
    * un gran espectro de = a wide band of.

    * * *
    A
    1 ( Fís) spectrum
    2 (gama) spectrum
    el espectro político the political spectrum
    un antibiótico de amplio espectro a broad-spectrum antibiotic
    un amplio espectro de colores a wide range o broad spectrum of colors
    B
    1 (fantasma) specter*, ghost, wraith ( liter)
    2 (amenaza) specter*
    el espectro de la muerte/del hambre the specter of death/of famine
    * * *

    espectro sustantivo masculino
    1 ( gama) spectrum
    2 ( fantasma) specter( conjugate specter), ghost;
    ( amenaza) specter( conjugate specter)
    espectro sustantivo masculino
    1 Fís spectrum
    2 (espíritu, aparición) spectre, US specter
    3 (gama) range
    antibióticos de amplio espectro, broad-spectrum antibiotics
    ' espectro' also found in these entries:
    English:
    specter
    - spectre
    - spectrum
    * * *
    1. Fís spectrum
    espectro luminoso light spectrum;
    espectro solar solar spectrum;
    espectro visible visible spectrum
    2. [gama, abanico] spectrum;
    el espectro político the political spectrum;
    un antibiótico de amplio espectro a broad-spectrum antibiotic
    3. [fantasma] spectre, ghost
    4. [de hambre, guerra] spectre
    * * *
    m
    1 FÍS spectrum;
    un amplio espectro fig a wide range, a broad spectrum
    2 ( fantasma) ghost;
    el espectro de la guerra the specter o Br spectre of war
    * * *
    1) : ghost, specter
    2) : spectrum

    Spanish-English dictionary > espectro

  • 20 fantasma1

    1 = ghost, spectre [specter, -USA], wraith, spook, phantasm, phantom.
    Ex. Some authors, of course, object to their work being subjected to compulsory dissection for exams in the traditional deadly manner and like Bernard Shaw, they swear to haunt anyone who so mistreats them (Shaw's ghost must be busy these days).
    Ex. The automated catalogue became a spectre of looming change because the same electronic advances that made the online catalogue a reality promised even greater transformations = El catálogo automatizado se convirtió en un espectro del inminente cambio ya que los mismos avances electrónicos que hicieron realidad el catálogo en línea prometían transformaciones aún mayores.
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Wraiths, revenants and ritual in medieval culture'.
    Ex. The article 'Ghosts, spooks and spectres' looks briefly at some of the ways in which public librarians have been portrayed in popular fiction.
    Ex. Fourniret is a dangerous man obnubilated by the phantasm of virginity.
    Ex. The phantoms of the book's name are those sensed by amputees who have vividfeeling, even pain, in limbs they know are gone.
    ----
    * cazar fantasmas = chase + phantoms, grasp at + shadows.
    * perseguir fantasmas = chase + phantoms, grasp at + shadows.
    * pueblo fantasma = ghost town.
    * ver un fantasma = see + a ghost.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fantasma1

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