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  • 881 emprenderla(s) a golpes con

    (v.) = lam into, lay into
    Ex. The girl stared at him for a moment thunderstruck; then she lammed into the old horse with a stick she carried in place of a whip.
    Ex. How anyone can get a buzz from laying into someone is beyond me; it's not nice to see it happen - too many times have I seen people beaten up over nothing.
    * * *
    (v.) = lam into, lay into

    Ex: The girl stared at him for a moment thunderstruck; then she lammed into the old horse with a stick she carried in place of a whip.

    Ex: How anyone can get a buzz from laying into someone is beyond me; it's not nice to see it happen - too many times have I seen people beaten up over nothing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > emprenderla(s) a golpes con

  • 882 en algún lugar

    = somewhere, at some point
    Ex. Long sequences of entries under the keyword appear to be almost inevitable somewhere in the index.
    Ex. At some point this is going to become common in many, many libraries.
    * * *
    en algún lugar (de por ahí)

    Ex: Somewhere out there in the heartland someone is hunched over a typewriter at this moment attempting the ultimate definition.

    = somewhere, at some point

    Ex: Long sequences of entries under the keyword appear to be almost inevitable somewhere in the index.

    Ex: At some point this is going to become common in many, many libraries.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en algún lugar

  • 883 en algún momento

    = somewhere along the line, sometime, at sometime, at some point, at some point in time, at one time or another
    Ex. It is scarcely possible to imagine the answer to a question such as 'Why do they launch a ship by breaking a bottle of champagne over her bow?' being found without the consultation of a printed book somewhere along the line.
    Ex. Read some critical articles on it sometime.
    Ex. At sometime LC will close down its catalog.
    Ex. At some point this is going to become common in many, many libraries.
    Ex. However, for many libraries a quite different decision has to be faced at some point in time.
    Ex. Indigestion is a common condition that many people -- even kids -- have at one time or another.
    * * *
    = somewhere along the line, sometime, at sometime, at some point, at some point in time, at one time or another

    Ex: It is scarcely possible to imagine the answer to a question such as 'Why do they launch a ship by breaking a bottle of champagne over her bow?' being found without the consultation of a printed book somewhere along the line.

    Ex: Read some critical articles on it sometime.
    Ex: At sometime LC will close down its catalog.
    Ex: At some point this is going to become common in many, many libraries.
    Ex: However, for many libraries a quite different decision has to be faced at some point in time.
    Ex: Indigestion is a common condition that many people -- even kids -- have at one time or another.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en algún momento

  • 884 en aumento

    (adj.) = burgeoning, growing, increasing, mounting, rising, on the rise, heightening
    Ex. It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.
    Ex. Yet another variable factor is the growing presence of full text data bases.
    Ex. The final order on the shelves is the reverse of this, so that an order of increasing speciality is achieved.
    Ex. If the approach is not too blinkered, such situations, on the basis of mounting evidence, quickly lead to the realisation that technological solutions to information problems are at best partial.
    Ex. But the good times ran out and the world recession of the 1970s brought rising inflation, unemployment and increasing pressure for better social services.
    Ex. In the article 'Love is a many splendoured thing' a selection of 13 writers of romance, both new and veteran, all on the rise in their field, discuss their craft and the challenges of today's market.
    Ex. The rising tension over the Olympic torch relay is heightening concerns whether this summer's Games will be clouded by political rancor.
    * * *
    (adj.) = burgeoning, growing, increasing, mounting, rising, on the rise, heightening

    Ex: It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.

    Ex: Yet another variable factor is the growing presence of full text data bases.
    Ex: The final order on the shelves is the reverse of this, so that an order of increasing speciality is achieved.
    Ex: If the approach is not too blinkered, such situations, on the basis of mounting evidence, quickly lead to the realisation that technological solutions to information problems are at best partial.
    Ex: But the good times ran out and the world recession of the 1970s brought rising inflation, unemployment and increasing pressure for better social services.
    Ex: In the article 'Love is a many splendoured thing' a selection of 13 writers of romance, both new and veteran, all on the rise in their field, discuss their craft and the challenges of today's market.
    Ex: The rising tension over the Olympic torch relay is heightening concerns whether this summer's Games will be clouded by political rancor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en aumento

  • 885 en años anteriores

    = in prior years, in years past, in past years
    Ex. The analysis found substantial differences in price structure among regions, but less price differentiation based on quality than in prior years.
    Ex. But many shoppers said stores were not knocking down prices as much as in years past.
    Ex. Public libraries in the USA have experienced severe revenue shortages in past years, leading to reductions in services.
    * * *
    = in prior years, in years past, in past years

    Ex: The analysis found substantial differences in price structure among regions, but less price differentiation based on quality than in prior years.

    Ex: But many shoppers said stores were not knocking down prices as much as in years past.
    Ex: Public libraries in the USA have experienced severe revenue shortages in past years, leading to reductions in services.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en años anteriores

  • 886 en desarrollo

    (n.) = evolving, under development
    Ex. One of the objectives is to produce a statement of the role of the Library in the evolving national information program over the next five to seven years.
    Ex. CDMARC Subjects is the 1st in a series of CD-ROM products under development in the Cataloguing Distribution Service of the Library of Congress.
    * * *
    (n.) = evolving, under development

    Ex: One of the objectives is to produce a statement of the role of the Library in the evolving national information program over the next five to seven years.

    Ex: CDMARC Subjects is the 1st in a series of CD-ROM products under development in the Cataloguing Distribution Service of the Library of Congress.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en desarrollo

  • 887 en el futuro

    = Número + Tiempo + ahead, down the road, in future, in time(s) to come, at + future date, in (the) years to come, at some future time, in the years to come, in the years ahead, in years to come, at some future point, in the future, for future reference, for the years to come
    Ex. The December issue is especially useful for its list of conferences planned up to ten years ahead.
    Ex. It's not an academic problem; it's not a problem for ten years down the road; it's a problem that people are struggling with now.
    Ex. Recently the Government have accepted the recommendation of a working party that in future libraries should be self renewing and finite.
    Ex. In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    Ex. In essence, an issues management group, within a corporation or other organization, attempts to identify technological or social issues likely to have positive or negative impact on the institution at some future date.
    Ex. Of course, we cannot tell in advance which particular subjects are likely to grow most in years to come.
    Ex. The number of libraries expected to acquire these workstations at some future time was also determined.
    Ex. It is certain that the technology will dominate the entire library scene in the years to come.
    Ex. Librarians and vendors will need each other in the years ahead and must learn how to do business with each other.
    Ex. The author considers the future plans and possible problem areas the library may have to face in years to come.
    Ex. While people dominate at this moment in time, they are altering their environment and, at some future point, will become extinct, giving way to dominance by another organism.
    Ex. So far this has only been adopted by four suppliers, but it has so many advantages for the user that it will surely become standard practice in the future.
    Ex. Call it what you want but for future reference it may be best to name it according to its function.
    Ex. In 1973 the Committee accepted cooperation in the Universal Bibliographic Control project as its main task for the years to come.
    * * *
    = Número + Tiempo + ahead, down the road, in future, in time(s) to come, at + future date, in (the) years to come, at some future time, in the years to come, in the years ahead, in years to come, at some future point, in the future, for future reference, for the years to come

    Ex: The December issue is especially useful for its list of conferences planned up to ten years ahead.

    Ex: It's not an academic problem; it's not a problem for ten years down the road; it's a problem that people are struggling with now.
    Ex: Recently the Government have accepted the recommendation of a working party that in future libraries should be self renewing and finite.
    Ex: In industrial societies even the poorest people acquire artefacts to embellish their surroundings; such 'bric-a-brac' may in some cases be the detritus of a previous age or a more affluent environment, and in some cases is destined to become 'collectable' in time to come.
    Ex: In essence, an issues management group, within a corporation or other organization, attempts to identify technological or social issues likely to have positive or negative impact on the institution at some future date.
    Ex: Of course, we cannot tell in advance which particular subjects are likely to grow most in years to come.
    Ex: The number of libraries expected to acquire these workstations at some future time was also determined.
    Ex: It is certain that the technology will dominate the entire library scene in the years to come.
    Ex: Librarians and vendors will need each other in the years ahead and must learn how to do business with each other.
    Ex: The author considers the future plans and possible problem areas the library may have to face in years to come.
    Ex: While people dominate at this moment in time, they are altering their environment and, at some future point, will become extinct, giving way to dominance by another organism.
    Ex: So far this has only been adopted by four suppliers, but it has so many advantages for the user that it will surely become standard practice in the future.
    Ex: Call it what you want but for future reference it may be best to name it according to its function.
    Ex: In 1973 the Committee accepted cooperation in the Universal Bibliographic Control project as its main task for the years to come.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el futuro

  • 888 en el pasado

    = in the past, in past eras, at some point in the past, in years gone by, in days gone by, in former times
    Ex. In-house authority list record the headings that have been established for a given body or person in the past by that cataloguing or indexing agency.
    Ex. The needs of today's information users place demands on our information services far more acute than were normal in past eras.
    Ex. Some of the examples are incorrect according to the present schedules, but are found to have been correct at some point in the past.
    Ex. In years gone by there were warnings of the dangers of reading and listening to the radio.
    Ex. The lit-up computer screen is now our symbol of knowledge and power, omnipresent and omniscient as the eye of almighty God in days gone by.
    Ex. Because enumerative bibliography was not always the well organized craft it has now become many retrospective bibliographies produced in former times must be regarded with suspicion.
    * * *
    = in the past, in past eras, at some point in the past, in years gone by, in days gone by, in former times

    Ex: In-house authority list record the headings that have been established for a given body or person in the past by that cataloguing or indexing agency.

    Ex: The needs of today's information users place demands on our information services far more acute than were normal in past eras.
    Ex: Some of the examples are incorrect according to the present schedules, but are found to have been correct at some point in the past.
    Ex: In years gone by there were warnings of the dangers of reading and listening to the radio.
    Ex: The lit-up computer screen is now our symbol of knowledge and power, omnipresent and omniscient as the eye of almighty God in days gone by.
    Ex: Because enumerative bibliography was not always the well organized craft it has now become many retrospective bibliographies produced in former times must be regarded with suspicion.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el pasado

  • 889 en el propio cortijo

    (adj.) = on-farm
    Ex. Over the last 50 years on-farm mechanization has increased resulting in a decrease in the employed farm labour force.
    * * *
    (adj.) = on-farm

    Ex: Over the last 50 years on-farm mechanization has increased resulting in a decrease in the employed farm labour force.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el propio cortijo

  • 890 en el transcurso de

    = throughout the course of, throughout the course of, in the course of, during the course of, over the course of, throughout
    Ex. I would like to thank all those who at various times throughout the course of the project assisted so ably in seeing the work through to its completion.
    Ex. I would like to thank all those who at various times throughout the course of the project assisted so ably in seeing the work through to its completion.
    Ex. Neither are the latter group, in the course of their professional activities, likely to feel that the treatment of information as a priceable commodity compromises a principle fundamental to their professional ethic.
    Ex. During the course of the academic year it is likely that students and particularly their lecturers will need more information than is provided in the general introductions referred to in the previous paragraph.
    Ex. Over the course of the next 20 years libraries will be undergoing significant retooling so that they can move beyond their traditional roles.
    Ex. Throughout this chapter the term 'document' is used to refer to any item which might be found in a library or information center or data base.
    * * *
    = throughout the course of, throughout the course of, in the course of, during the course of, over the course of, throughout

    Ex: I would like to thank all those who at various times throughout the course of the project assisted so ably in seeing the work through to its completion.

    Ex: I would like to thank all those who at various times throughout the course of the project assisted so ably in seeing the work through to its completion.
    Ex: Neither are the latter group, in the course of their professional activities, likely to feel that the treatment of information as a priceable commodity compromises a principle fundamental to their professional ethic.
    Ex: During the course of the academic year it is likely that students and particularly their lecturers will need more information than is provided in the general introductions referred to in the previous paragraph.
    Ex: Over the course of the next 20 years libraries will be undergoing significant retooling so that they can move beyond their traditional roles.
    Ex: Throughout this chapter the term 'document' is used to refer to any item which might be found in a library or information center or data base.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el transcurso de

  • 891 en el transcurso de algunos años

    Ex. While the economy is a 'shambles' and likely to stay that way for some time, he remains optimistic there will eventually be a recovery over a period of years.
    * * *

    Ex: While the economy is a 'shambles' and likely to stay that way for some time, he remains optimistic there will eventually be a recovery over a period of years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el transcurso de algunos años

  • 892 en gran medida

    = broadly, by and large, extensively, greatly, heavily, largely, to a considerable extent, to a high degree, to a large extent, tremendously, vastly, very much, keenly, in no small way, to any great degree, in many ways, in large part, in large measure, in no small measure, to a great extent, to a large degree, to a great degree
    Ex. These can be broadly categorised into the following two groups.
    Ex. This has been the case with newspapers which by and large have changed very little over the past century.
    Ex. Fiction classifications are used extensively in public libraries.
    Ex. The computer can greatly assist in thesaurus compilation and updating.
    Ex. Regular overhaul of guiding is important, especially for the new user who may rely heavily upon it.
    Ex. The reason for its popularity was largely that it was based upon a principle of conformity in essentials, and freedom in details.
    Ex. If the report is to a considerable extent in the words of the reporter then entry will be made under the heading for the reporter.
    Ex. UDC recognizes, to a high degree, the value of synthesis in classification.
    Ex. Variations in the extent of the description between a set of entries account to a large extent for the distinction between main, added and unit entries.
    Ex. The importance of the practicum in the curriculum has ebbed and flowed tremendously throughout the history of library education.
    Ex. And with the advent of computers, we have vastly accelerated the pace at which we are proceeding.
    Ex. She is still very much a children's book borrower with a smattering of titles taken from the applied sciences, which in Susan's case meant books on cookery and needlework.
    Ex. Those of us who deal with cooperatively produced catalogs and buy MARC tapes from a vendor will certainly feel the effects of all this keenly.
    Ex. His excellent rapport with Congress was in no small way responsible for the progress made by LC during his administration.
    Ex. Consumer advice centres were not used to any great degree by the working classes or those groups most at risk as consumers -- the elderly, divorced, widowed and separated.
    Ex. In many ways, the order in DC is poor, separating language (400) from literature (800), and history (900) from the other social sciences (300) = En muchos sentidos, el orden de la CD es pobre al separar la lengua (400) de la literatura (800) y la historia (900) de las otras ciencias sociales (300).
    Ex. Only journals published in the USA and devoted exclusively or in large part to the literature of social gerontology are described here.
    Ex. Despite their weight of numbers, nurses have not been accorded a pre-eminent place in hospitals, and in large measure they continue to rely on medical libraries for their information needs.
    Ex. Although it may have taken a little while to find its feet, this collection is now a most significant resource in its own right, due in no small measure by the stimulation provided by Victorian historians.
    Ex. To a great extent, these are self-explanatory reasons.
    Ex. To a large degree, the image an institution creates is determined by the leader who is the directing force of that institution.
    Ex. To a great degree, it is the faculty that make the Stanford psychology program so reputable.
    * * *
    = broadly, by and large, extensively, greatly, heavily, largely, to a considerable extent, to a high degree, to a large extent, tremendously, vastly, very much, keenly, in no small way, to any great degree, in many ways, in large part, in large measure, in no small measure, to a great extent, to a large degree, to a great degree

    Ex: These can be broadly categorised into the following two groups.

    Ex: This has been the case with newspapers which by and large have changed very little over the past century.
    Ex: Fiction classifications are used extensively in public libraries.
    Ex: The computer can greatly assist in thesaurus compilation and updating.
    Ex: Regular overhaul of guiding is important, especially for the new user who may rely heavily upon it.
    Ex: The reason for its popularity was largely that it was based upon a principle of conformity in essentials, and freedom in details.
    Ex: If the report is to a considerable extent in the words of the reporter then entry will be made under the heading for the reporter.
    Ex: UDC recognizes, to a high degree, the value of synthesis in classification.
    Ex: Variations in the extent of the description between a set of entries account to a large extent for the distinction between main, added and unit entries.
    Ex: The importance of the practicum in the curriculum has ebbed and flowed tremendously throughout the history of library education.
    Ex: And with the advent of computers, we have vastly accelerated the pace at which we are proceeding.
    Ex: She is still very much a children's book borrower with a smattering of titles taken from the applied sciences, which in Susan's case meant books on cookery and needlework.
    Ex: Those of us who deal with cooperatively produced catalogs and buy MARC tapes from a vendor will certainly feel the effects of all this keenly.
    Ex: His excellent rapport with Congress was in no small way responsible for the progress made by LC during his administration.
    Ex: Consumer advice centres were not used to any great degree by the working classes or those groups most at risk as consumers -- the elderly, divorced, widowed and separated.
    Ex: In many ways, the order in DC is poor, separating language (400) from literature (800), and history (900) from the other social sciences (300) = En muchos sentidos, el orden de la CD es pobre al separar la lengua (400) de la literatura (800) y la historia (900) de las otras ciencias sociales (300).
    Ex: Only journals published in the USA and devoted exclusively or in large part to the literature of social gerontology are described here.
    Ex: Despite their weight of numbers, nurses have not been accorded a pre-eminent place in hospitals, and in large measure they continue to rely on medical libraries for their information needs.
    Ex: Although it may have taken a little while to find its feet, this collection is now a most significant resource in its own right, due in no small measure by the stimulation provided by Victorian historians.
    Ex: To a great extent, these are self-explanatory reasons.
    Ex: To a large degree, the image an institution creates is determined by the leader who is the directing force of that institution.
    Ex: To a great degree, it is the faculty that make the Stanford psychology program so reputable.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en gran medida

  • 893 en la propia finca

    (adj.) = on-farm
    Ex. Over the last 50 years on-farm mechanization has increased resulting in a decrease in the employed farm labour force.
    * * *
    (adj.) = on-farm

    Ex: Over the last 50 years on-farm mechanization has increased resulting in a decrease in the employed farm labour force.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la propia finca

  • 894 en la propia granja

    (adj.) = on-farm
    Ex. Over the last 50 years on-farm mechanization has increased resulting in a decrease in the employed farm labour force.
    * * *
    (adj.) = on-farm

    Ex: Over the last 50 years on-farm mechanization has increased resulting in a decrease in the employed farm labour force.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la propia granja

  • 895 en los años que siguieron

    Ex. The establishment of the local situs intangibles tax in 1931 in Ohio and its use for sole support of public libraries led to various problems over the ensuing years.
    * * *

    Ex: The establishment of the local situs intangibles tax in 1931 in Ohio and its use for sole support of public libraries led to various problems over the ensuing years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en los años que siguieron

  • 896 en los últimos + Expresión Temporal

    = over the past + Expresión Temporal
    Ex. Over the past two to three years the numbers of full text data bases and data banks has started to escalate considerably.
    * * *
    = over the past + Expresión Temporal

    Ex: Over the past two to three years the numbers of full text data bases and data banks has started to escalate considerably.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en los últimos + Expresión Temporal

  • 897 en los últimos + Tiempo

    = in the past + Tiempo
    Ex. In the past 20 years many important changes have occurred in libraries and information centres and job advertisements are indicators of change in the information world.
    * * *
    = in the past + Tiempo

    Ex: In the past 20 years many important changes have occurred in libraries and information centres and job advertisements are indicators of change in the information world.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en los últimos + Tiempo

  • 898 en los últimos años

    = in recent years, over the recent past, in the last few years
    Ex. In recent years, there has been a growing concern about deprivation in rural areas.
    Ex. Developed libraries can quote a whole series of discrete services built up over the recent past, which somehow need to be integrated.
    Ex. Much has been written in the last few years about the so-called strategic role of information in the enterprise.
    * * *
    = in recent years, over the recent past, in the last few years

    Ex: In recent years, there has been a growing concern about deprivation in rural areas.

    Ex: Developed libraries can quote a whole series of discrete services built up over the recent past, which somehow need to be integrated.
    Ex: Much has been written in the last few years about the so-called strategic role of information in the enterprise.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en los últimos años

  • 899 en manos del enemigo

    = at the hands of enemies, at the hands of the enemy
    Ex. However, the stela remained unfinished when he died two years later under mysterious circumstances at the hands of enemies.
    Ex. Many who were wounded and still alive when this was going on a suffered a horrible death at the hands of the enemy.
    * * *
    = at the hands of enemies, at the hands of the enemy

    Ex: However, the stela remained unfinished when he died two years later under mysterious circumstances at the hands of enemies.

    Ex: Many who were wounded and still alive when this was going on a suffered a horrible death at the hands of the enemy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en manos del enemigo

  • 900 en manos enemigas

    = at the hands of enemies, at the hands of the enemy
    Ex. However, the stela remained unfinished when he died two years later under mysterious circumstances at the hands of enemies.
    Ex. Many who were wounded and still alive when this was going on a suffered a horrible death at the hands of the enemy.
    * * *
    = at the hands of enemies, at the hands of the enemy

    Ex: However, the stela remained unfinished when he died two years later under mysterious circumstances at the hands of enemies.

    Ex: Many who were wounded and still alive when this was going on a suffered a horrible death at the hands of the enemy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en manos enemigas

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