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  • 141 desuso

    m.
    disuse.
    caer en desuso to become obsolete, to fall into disuse
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: desusar.
    * * *
    1 disuse
    eso está en desuso that's obsolete, that's outdated
    \
    caer en desuso to fall into disuse
    * * *

    caer en desuso — to fall into disuse, become obsolete

    * * *
    masculino disuse
    * * *
    = disfavour, disuse, desuetude.
    Ex. It seems a pity that the notation of these headings remains in disfavour.
    Ex. After a period of disuse at the beginning of the nineteenth century, Caslon roman was revived, and has been available ever since from Caslon's successors.
    Ex. After many years of desuetude, manual typewriters are gaining in popularity among writers.
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    * caer en desuso = fall into + disuse, fall out of + fashion, go out of + use, lapse, fall into + disfavour, die out, drop from + sight, go out of + favour, pass away, pass into + desuetude, sink into + desuetude, sink into + oblivion.
    * en desuso = obsolete, disused.
    * * *
    masculino disuse
    * * *
    = disfavour, disuse, desuetude.

    Ex: It seems a pity that the notation of these headings remains in disfavour.

    Ex: After a period of disuse at the beginning of the nineteenth century, Caslon roman was revived, and has been available ever since from Caslon's successors.
    Ex: After many years of desuetude, manual typewriters are gaining in popularity among writers.
    * caer en desuso = fall into + disuse, fall out of + fashion, go out of + use, lapse, fall into + disfavour, die out, drop from + sight, go out of + favour, pass away, pass into + desuetude, sink into + desuetude, sink into + oblivion.
    * en desuso = obsolete, disused.

    * * *
    disuse
    caer en desuso to fall into disuse
    una expresión/costumbre caída en desuso an expression/a custom which has fallen into disuse
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    desuso sustantivo masculino
    disuse;
    caer en desuso to fall into disuse

    desuso sustantivo masculino disuse
    ♦ Locuciones: caer en desuso, to fall into disuse
    en desuso, obsolete, outdated

    ' desuso' also found in these entries:
    English:
    die out
    - disuse
    - foe
    - gay
    - lapse
    - stewardess
    - use
    - victuals
    - dead
    - die
    - disused
    * * *
    desuso nm
    disuse;
    un término en desuso a term which is no longer in common use;
    una ley vigente, pero en desuso a law which is still on the statute books, but no longer enforced;
    caer en desuso to become obsolete, to fall into disuse;
    el sombrero fue cayendo en desuso people gradually stopped wearing hats
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    m disuse;
    caer en desuso fall into disuse
    * * *
    desuso nm
    : disuse, obsolescence
    caer en desuso: to fall into disuse

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  • 142 diccionario etimológico

    Ex. Etymological dictionaries show the origin of words and trace the development of meaning over the years.
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    Ex: Etymological dictionaries show the origin of words and trace the development of meaning over the years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > diccionario etimológico

  • 143 diferencia generacional

    Ex. This article considers the phenomenon of the generation gap as applied to users of the library who are over 65 years old.
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    Ex: This article considers the phenomenon of the generation gap as applied to users of the library who are over 65 years old.

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  • 144 diferir

    v.
    1 to postpone, to put off.
    2 to differ, to be different.
    diferir de alguien en algo to differ from somebody in something
    Ella difiere de los demás She differs from the rest.
    Ella difiere de la opinión general She disagrees on the general opinion.
    3 to defer, to put off, to postpone, to delay.
    El aparato difiere la señal The apparatus defers the signal.
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    Conjugation model [ HERVIR], like link=hervir hervir
    1 to defer, postpone, put off
    1 to differ, be different (de/entre, from)
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    1.
    verbo transitivo <reunión/acto> to postpone; < pago> to defer

    un cheque diferido — (RPl) a postdated check

    2.
    a) (frml) ( diferenciarse) to differ

    diferir de algoto differ o be different from something

    b) (frml) ( disentir) to disagree

    diferir de alguien — to disagree with somebody, be at odds with somebody

    * * *
    = be at variance, defer, differ, diverge, part + company, have + their differences, tell + a different story, disagree.
    Ex. I know that there ought to be someone to speak on behalf of Mr. Kilgour's point of view if it's at variance.
    Ex. If the fund has not yet been assigned, entering a 'no' automatically defers the order.
    Ex. A summary differs from an abstract in that it assumes that the reader will have the opportunity to peruse the accompanying text.
    Ex. However, once the multi-concept subject has been analysed into its component concepts the two systems diverge.
    Ex. One maxim is agreed upon by all, concepts 'important' for retrieval should be included in abstracts, but when specific criteria for their selection is devised, editors part company.
    Ex. While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    Ex. The more experienced physicians, however, told a different story about lifesaving practices in pediatrics.
    Ex. Although we may disagree about the fine detail, semantic relationships are the relationships between subjects, which are reasonably stable, and reflect the consensus of opinion concerning the connections between subjects.
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    * diferir en cantidad = differ in + degree.
    * diferir en cualidad = differ in + kind (from).
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <reunión/acto> to postpone; < pago> to defer

    un cheque diferido — (RPl) a postdated check

    2.
    a) (frml) ( diferenciarse) to differ

    diferir de algoto differ o be different from something

    b) (frml) ( disentir) to disagree

    diferir de alguien — to disagree with somebody, be at odds with somebody

    * * *
    = be at variance, defer, differ, diverge, part + company, have + their differences, tell + a different story, disagree.

    Ex: I know that there ought to be someone to speak on behalf of Mr. Kilgour's point of view if it's at variance.

    Ex: If the fund has not yet been assigned, entering a 'no' automatically defers the order.
    Ex: A summary differs from an abstract in that it assumes that the reader will have the opportunity to peruse the accompanying text.
    Ex: However, once the multi-concept subject has been analysed into its component concepts the two systems diverge.
    Ex: One maxim is agreed upon by all, concepts 'important' for retrieval should be included in abstracts, but when specific criteria for their selection is devised, editors part company.
    Ex: While Groome and the progressives have over the years had their differences with the mayor -- to put it mildly -- one thing they are in firm agreement about is that taxes have been pushed as far as they can be.
    Ex: The more experienced physicians, however, told a different story about lifesaving practices in pediatrics.
    Ex: Although we may disagree about the fine detail, semantic relationships are the relationships between subjects, which are reasonably stable, and reflect the consensus of opinion concerning the connections between subjects.
    * diferir en cantidad = differ in + degree.
    * diferir en cualidad = differ in + kind (from).

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    vt
    to postpone, put off
    los pagos serán diferidos hasta el 20 de mayo payments will be deferred o held over until 20th May
    un cheque diferido ( RPl); a postdated check
    ■ diferir
    vi
    1 ( frml) (diferenciarse) to differ diferir DE algo to differ o be different FROM sth
    su nuevo libro difiere bastante de los anteriores his new book differs considerably from his previous ones, his new book is quite different from his previous ones
    2 ( frml) (disentir) to disagree
    todos están de acuerdo pero yo difiero they're all in agreement but I disagree
    difieren en cómo aplicar la medida they disagree o differ on how the measure should be applied
    diferir DE algn to disagree WITH sb, be at odds WITH sb, be at variance WITH sb ( frml)
    en este aspecto diferimos de los demás in this respect we are at odds with o at variance with o we differ from the rest
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    vt
    [posponer] to postpone, to put off;
    el plazo de inscripción se difiere hasta el 5 de mayo the deadline for enrolment has been extended to 5 May
    vi
    1. [diferenciarse] to differ, to be different;
    diferir de algo/alguien (en algo) to differ from sth/sb (in sth);
    difería de su padre casi en todo he was different from his father in almost every way;
    difiere bastante de lo que entendemos por teatro it's rather different from what we understand by theatre
    2. [discrepar] to disagree, to differ;
    diferir de alguien en algo to disagree with o differ from sb on sth;
    difiero de ti en ese asunto I disagree with you on that issue;
    difiero de tu punto de vista I don't share your point of view
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    I v/t postpone
    II v/i differ (de from)
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    diferir {76} vt
    dilatar, posponer: to postpone, to put off
    : to differ

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  • 145 dilatado

    adj.
    dilated, enlarged, extensive, expanded.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: dilatar.
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    1→ link=dilatar dilatar
    1 dilated
    2 (vasto) vast, extensive, large
    3 FÍSICA expanded
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    ADJ
    1) [pupila] dilated
    2) (=extenso) [conocimiento] extensive; [período] long
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    - da adjetivo
    1) <pupila/conducto> dilated
    2) ( extenso)
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    * pupila dilatada = dilated pupil.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    1) <pupila/conducto> dilated
    2) ( extenso)
    * * *
    * pupila dilatada = dilated pupil.
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    A ‹pupila/conducto› dilated
    tiene el estómago muy dilatado his stomach is distended
    B
    (extenso): una dilatada trayectoria política a long political career
    cuenta con una dilatada experiencia profesional he has had extensive experience in the field
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    Del verbo dilatar: ( conjugate dilatar)

    dilatado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    dilatado    
    dilatar
    dilatado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ‹pupila/conducto dilated

    dilatado,-a adjetivo
    1 Fís dilated
    2 (amplio) long
    su dilatada experiencia, his extensive experience
    dilatar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 (un cuerpo) to expand
    2 (la pupila) to dilate
    3 (hacer durar) to prolong
    4 (retrasar, posponer) to postpone, put off

    ' dilatado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    dilatada
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    dilatado, -a adj
    1. [pupila, cuello del útero] dilated
    2. [extenso] extensive;
    tiene una dilatada experiencia como cirujano he has extensive experience as a surgeon;
    tras una dilatada estancia en Mallorca,… after a lengthy stay in Majorca,…;
    un dilatado historial de delitos an extensive o a lengthy criminal record;
    una dilatada trayectoria radiofónica many years' experience in radio
    * * *
    adj dilated

    Spanish-English dictionary > dilatado

  • 146 diligencia1

    Ex. The town of Wexler was hacked out of the wilderness, and for many years it stood alone in the forest, a halting place in the long stagecoach journey from eastern localities to the unknown West.
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    * asaltar una diligencia = rob + a stagecoach.
    * asalto a diligencia = stagecoach robbery.

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  • 147 disciplina1

    1 = area of endeavour [area of endeavor], discipline, field, subject area, subject field, area of study, knowledge domain, subject domain, discipline of knowledge, subject discipline, topic area.
    Ex. This becomes all the more significant as computers begin to affect virtually every other area of endeavor.
    Ex. A discipline is an area, or branch, of knowledge.
    Ex. An appreciation of alternative approaches is particularly important in this field where trends towards standardisation are the norm.
    Ex. Some schedules for some subject areas have now gone through several editions.
    Ex. Subject field to be covered must be determined by making explicit statements concerning the limits of topic coverage, and the depth in which various aspects of the subject are to be treated.
    Ex. Bowers has always placed great stress of his opinion that analytical bibliography is a subject which can be pursued as an entirely independent area of study for its own sake.
    Ex. Researchers gather and disseminate information outside their core knowledge domains through personal networks.
    Ex. However graphic design tend to focus on external aspects of representation that apply at a general level across a wide range of subject domains.
    Ex. The disciplines of knowledge are in some way concerned with the nature of human experience and belief.
    Ex. Respondents indicated that they needed to master several subject disciplines and a sizable vocabulary to understand the literature they use.
    Ex. This is the second revision of the topic areas in as many years.
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    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * curso que abarca varias disciplinas = umbrella course.
    * disciplina académica = academic discipline, academic field.
    * disciplina científica = scientific discipline.
    * disciplina de estudio = field of study.
    * dividido en disciplinas = discipline-oriented [discipline oriented].
    * en varias disciplinas = cross-domain.
    * específico de una disciplina = discipline-specific.
    * estructurado en disciplinas = discipline-oriented [discipline oriented].
    * información sobre una disciplina = discipline-oriented information.
    * jerga de una disciplina = subject jargon.
    * resumen hecho para una disciplina concreta = discipline-oriented abstract.
    * sistema de clasificación por disciplinas = discipline-oriented scheme.

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  • 148 discutir

    v.
    1 to argue.
    ha discutido con su hermano she's had an argument with her brother
    discuten por cualquier tontería they argue about the least little thing
    María arguye cada vez que sale Mary argues every time she's out.
    2 to discuss.
    discutir de o sobre algo to discuss something, to talk about something
    eso es mejor que lo discutas con tu padre you'd be better discussing that with your father
    3 to dispute.
    no te discuto que tengas razón I don't dispute that you're right
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    1 (examinar) to discuss
    2 (contender) to dispute, question, argue
    1 (examinar) to discuss (de, -)
    2 (contender) to argue
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    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=debatir) [+ plan, proyecto, idea] to discuss; [+ precio] to argue about
    2) (=contradecir) to question, challenge

    discutir a algn lo que está diciendoto question o challenge what sb is saying

    2. VI
    1) (=dialogar) to discuss, talk
    2) (=disputar) to argue (de, sobre about, over)

    ¡no discutas! — don't argue!

    discutir de política — to argue about politics, talk politics

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    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( debatir) <problema/asunto> to discuss; < proyecto de ley> to debate, discuss
    b) ( cuestionar) < derecho> to challenge, dispute

    todo lo que digo me lo discutehe questions o challenges everything I say

    2.
    discutir vi to argue, quarrel

    discutieron y no se han vuelto a hablarthey had an argument o a quarrel and haven't spoken to each other since

    * * *
    = argue, debate, discuss, dispute, talk over, spar, deliberate, bicker, quarrel, squabble, bring into + discussion.
    Ex. Cutter argued that when it could be established that the second term was definitely more significant then inversion of headings was acceptable.
    Ex. The reader is left to debate the relative merits of such a format - obviously its applications are limited.
    Ex. This review also illustrates some of the issues which cataloguers have discussed over the years, and demonstrates other solutions to standards in cataloguing than those embodied in modern cataloguing codes.
    Ex. Whatever viewpoint is taken, it is difficult to dispute the significance of AACR1.
    Ex. Let's try to talk this over calmly and coolly.
    Ex. Feaver remarked with the easy manner of familiars who are accustomed to sparring good-naturedly with each other that he certainly seemed to have picked up a great deal of miscellaneous information from that particular talk.
    Ex. Ethical principles are called into play when deliberating about values, particularly when values run into conflict.
    Ex. Chapter 4 presents solutions for when children fight, bicker, compete, namecall, and hit.
    Ex. But, firstly, the big German banks quarrelled among themselves over the division of the spoils.
    Ex. Let's not squabble about the fact that Bush actually eked out a razor-thin victory in the popular vote.
    Ex. Furthermore, this example brings into discussion the concept of a more complex relationship between the human senses and water in architecture.
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    * discutir, debatir, tratar = bring into + discussion.
    * discutir del asunto con = take + the matter + up with.
    * discutir sobre nimiedades = split + hairs.
    * discutir una cuestión = air + issue.
    * discutir una idea = float + concept.
    * evitar discutir una cuestión = circumvent + issue.
    * sin discutir = no arguments!, undiscussed.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( debatir) <problema/asunto> to discuss; < proyecto de ley> to debate, discuss
    b) ( cuestionar) < derecho> to challenge, dispute

    todo lo que digo me lo discutehe questions o challenges everything I say

    2.
    discutir vi to argue, quarrel

    discutieron y no se han vuelto a hablarthey had an argument o a quarrel and haven't spoken to each other since

    * * *
    = argue, debate, discuss, dispute, talk over, spar, deliberate, bicker, quarrel, squabble, bring into + discussion.

    Ex: Cutter argued that when it could be established that the second term was definitely more significant then inversion of headings was acceptable.

    Ex: The reader is left to debate the relative merits of such a format - obviously its applications are limited.
    Ex: This review also illustrates some of the issues which cataloguers have discussed over the years, and demonstrates other solutions to standards in cataloguing than those embodied in modern cataloguing codes.
    Ex: Whatever viewpoint is taken, it is difficult to dispute the significance of AACR1.
    Ex: Let's try to talk this over calmly and coolly.
    Ex: Feaver remarked with the easy manner of familiars who are accustomed to sparring good-naturedly with each other that he certainly seemed to have picked up a great deal of miscellaneous information from that particular talk.
    Ex: Ethical principles are called into play when deliberating about values, particularly when values run into conflict.
    Ex: Chapter 4 presents solutions for when children fight, bicker, compete, namecall, and hit.
    Ex: But, firstly, the big German banks quarrelled among themselves over the division of the spoils.
    Ex: Let's not squabble about the fact that Bush actually eked out a razor-thin victory in the popular vote.
    Ex: Furthermore, this example brings into discussion the concept of a more complex relationship between the human senses and water in architecture.
    * discutir, debatir, tratar = bring into + discussion.
    * discutir del asunto con = take + the matter + up with.
    * discutir sobre nimiedades = split + hairs.
    * discutir una cuestión = air + issue.
    * discutir una idea = float + concept.
    * evitar discutir una cuestión = circumvent + issue.
    * sin discutir = no arguments!, undiscussed.

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    discutir [I1 ]
    vt
    1 (debatir) ‹problema/asunto› to discuss; ‹proyecto de ley› to debate, discuss
    discutieron el nuevo convenio they discussed the new agreement
    esto habrá que discutirlo con el jefe de ventas this will have to be discussed with the sales manager
    2 (cuestionar) ‹derecho› to challenge, dispute
    que es muy generoso no te lo discuto, pero … I don't deny o dispute that he's very generous, but …
    todo lo que digo me lo discute he questions o challenges o disputes everything I say
    mis órdenes no se discuten, se obedecen my orders are to be obeyed without question, my orders are not to be questioned
    ■ discutir
    vi
    to argue, quarrel
    se pasan el día discutiendo they spend all day arguing o quarreling
    no quiero discutir contigo I don't want to argue with you
    discutieron y no se han vuelto a hablar they had an argument o a quarrel and haven't spoken to each other since
    ¿por qué discutes de política con tu padre? why do you argue with your father about politics?
    discutir POR algo to argue ABOUT sth
    discuten por todo/por cualquier nimiedad they argue about everything/about the slightest little thing
    discutirle A algn to argue WITH sb
    ¡no me/le discutas! don't argue with me/her!
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    discutir ( conjugate discutir) verbo transitivo
    a) ( debatir) ‹problema/asunto to discuss;

    proyecto de ley to debate, discuss
    b) ( cuestionar) ‹derecho/afirmación to question, challenge

    verbo intransitivo
    to argue, quarrel;

    discutir por algo to argue about sth;
    discutirle a algn to argue with sb
    discutir
    I verbo intransitivo
    1 to argue [de/sobre, about]
    2 (regañar, reñir) to argue, have an argument
    II verbo transitivo
    1 (debatir, considerar) to discuss, talk about
    2 (rebatir, poner en cuestión) to challenge, question

    ' discutir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bregar
    - chocar
    - comentar
    - gana
    - hablar
    - menos
    - pelear
    - pelearse
    - tarifar
    - tratar
    - alegar
    - mucho
    - pleitear
    - reñir
    - reunión
    English:
    argue
    - argument
    - bicker
    - blue
    - debate
    - disagree
    - discuss
    - dispute
    - fall out
    - horn
    - occasion
    - point
    - quarrel
    - quibble
    - talk over
    - talk through
    - thrash out
    - use
    - pointless
    - spar
    - talk
    - thrash
    - wrangle
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    vi
    1. [hablar] to discuss;
    discutir de o [m5] sobre algo to discuss sth, to talk about sth;
    se pasan el día discutiendo de o [m5] sobre fútbol they spend the whole day talking about o discussing football
    2. [pelear] to argue (con/por with/about);
    ya han vuelto a discutir they've had another of their arguments;
    ha discutido con su hermano she's had an argument with her brother;
    discuten por cualquier tontería they argue about the least little thing
    vt
    1. [hablar sobre] to discuss;
    [debatir] to discuss, to debate;
    eso mejor que lo discutas con tu padre you'd be better discussing that with your father;
    el asunto será discutido en el parlamento the matter will be discussed in parliament
    2. [contradecir] to dispute;
    no te discuto que tengas razón I don't dispute that you're right;
    es un buen tipo, sí, eso nadie te lo discute he's a nice guy, sure, no one disputes that;
    no me discutas lo que te mando y obedece don't question what I tell you to do, just do it
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    I v/t discuss
    II v/i argue ( sobre about)
    * * *
    1) : to discuss
    2) : to dispute
    altercar: to argue, to quarrel
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    1. (reñir) to argue / to quarrel
    cuando llegué a casa, mis padres discutían when I got home, my parents were arguing
    2. (debatir, hablar) to discuss
    3. (cuestionar) to question

    Spanish-English dictionary > discutir

  • 149 disminuidos físicos, los

    (n.) = physically handicapped, the, physically disabled, the
    Ex. The needs of special clientele such as children and the physically handicapped must also be considered.
    Ex. The author examines how the physically disabled have been depicted over the years, from the association of disability with moral culpability to the more recent portrayal of the cripple as survivor and hero.

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  • 150 distinguible

    adj.
    distinguishable.
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    1 distinguishable
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    = dinstinguishable, distinguishable.
    Ex. Entries, if there is more than one displayed at one time, should be clearly distinguishable.
    Ex. Of more interest, perhaps, than the rankings themselves is the evidence of change in schools' prestige, and the distinguishable trends in this change, over 16 years.
    * * *
    = dinstinguishable, distinguishable.

    Ex: Entries, if there is more than one displayed at one time, should be clearly distinguishable.

    Ex: Of more interest, perhaps, than the rankings themselves is the evidence of change in schools' prestige, and the distinguishable trends in this change, over 16 years.

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    distinguishable
    * * *
    distinguishable, discernible;
    apenas era distinguible a lo lejos it could hardly be made out in the distance;
    es distinguible de su clase porque saca mejores notas she stands out from the rest of the class because she gets better marks
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    adj distinguishable

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  • 151 distribuir

    v.
    to distribute.
    distribuyen comida entre los pobres they give out food to the poor, they distribute food among the poor
    distribuir las tareas to divide up o share out the tasks
    Ella distribuyó las provisiones She distributed the provisions.
    Ellos distribuyeron los volantes They distributed=handed out the fliers.
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    Conjugation model [ HUIR], like link=huir huir
    1 (repartir) to distribute
    2 (correo) to deliver; (trabajo) to share, allot; (agua, gas, etc) to supply
    3 (un piso) to lay out
    4 (colocar) to arrange, place
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    verb
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    1. VT
    1) (=repartir) [+ víveres, mercancía, película] to distribute; [+ correo] to deliver; [+ trabajo, tarea] to allocate; [+ folletos] [en buzones] to distribute; [en mano] to hand out
    2) (=entregar) [+ premios] to give out; [+ dividendos] to pay
    3) (Téc) [+ carga] to stow, arrange; [+ peso] to distribute equally
    4) (Arquit) to plan, lay out
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <dinero/víveres/panfletos> to hand out, distribute; < ganancias> to distribute; < tareas> to allocate, assign; <carga/peso> to distribute, spread
    b) <producto/película> to distribute
    c) canal/conducto < agua> to distribute
    d) (disponer, dividir)
    2.
    distribuirse v pron (refl) to divide up
    * * *
    = allot, circulate, disperse, distribute, hand (over), host, scatter, spread (over/throughout), propagate out to, hand out, apportion, dispense, pass out, sequence, spread out, lay out, cascade, space out.
    Ex. Money is allotted with the library fund subfunction.
    Ex. The discussions, debates, submissions and decisions of conferences are often printed and circulated to delegates and made available to other interested parties.
    Ex. For example, Recreation, previously dispersed over several main classes, is now brought together as a new main class, and Space Science has been added between Astronomy and the Earth Sciences.
    Ex. A bulletin will be a printed list, or set list for consultation on a VDU, which is published and distributed to a number of users on a specific subject area, say, building products or cancer research.
    Ex. Eventually, teachers should be able to ' hand the chalk over to the students' and take a back seat.
    Ex. Most computer bureaux which host the factual data bases have their own world-wide networks.
    Ex. Similar and closely related subjects are likely to be scattered under different keywords.
    Ex. This should illustrate rather dramatically how failure to adopt a single well-defined form of name could spread entries throughout the alphabet.
    Ex. We must develop and study intelligent interfaces that propagate out to the information universe and report back to us.
    Ex. An aggressive approach is made to publicity, with posters and leaflets distributed widely, visits to local shops, post offices, doctors surgeries etc, to drum up business, and the use of volunteers to hand out leaflets at street corners = Se inicia una campaña de publicidad enérgica, distribuyendo de forma general folletos y pósteres, visitando las tiendas, oficinas de correos y consultorías médicas de la localidad, etc., para promocionar el negocio, además de utilizar voluntarios para distribuir prospectos por las esquinas de las calles.
    Ex. However, procedures for apportioning collection budgets have not been designed specifically for the school context.
    Ex. This paper describes the role of the federal government in dispensing aid to public libraries as part of the combat against the Great Depression of the 1930s.
    Ex. At the Closing Session Danish flags were suddenly produced and passed out among the crowd who began waving them enthusiastically.
    Ex. The coefficients of eigenvectors associated with the largest eigenvalue provide the basis for sequencing atoms which are ordered according to the relative magnitudes of the coefficients.
    Ex. For instance, in reproduction of Renoir's work under the subject IMPRESSIONISM, Renoir's works would not stand together in the catalog but be spread out according to their titles.
    Ex. There should be plenty of space to lay out all the books attractively and for people to move about without feeling too crowded.
    Ex. This project is designed to provide a network of practising librarians with a programme in educational methods and skills which can then be disseminated, or ' cascaded', to a wider network of professional colleagues.
    Ex. The results of a study suggest that people remember more high school material when learning occurs spaced out over several years.
    ----
    * distribuir aleatoriamente = randomise [randomize, -USA].
    * distribuir de un modo escalonado = lay out in + stages.
    * distribuir de un modo planificado = zone.
    * distribuir el trabajo = spread + the load.
    * distribuir la responsabilidad = spread + the load.
    * distribuirse = spread over.
    * distribuir un cuestionario = circulate + questionnaire.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <dinero/víveres/panfletos> to hand out, distribute; < ganancias> to distribute; < tareas> to allocate, assign; <carga/peso> to distribute, spread
    b) <producto/película> to distribute
    c) canal/conducto < agua> to distribute
    d) (disponer, dividir)
    2.
    distribuirse v pron (refl) to divide up
    * * *
    = allot, circulate, disperse, distribute, hand (over), host, scatter, spread (over/throughout), propagate out to, hand out, apportion, dispense, pass out, sequence, spread out, lay out, cascade, space out.

    Ex: Money is allotted with the library fund subfunction.

    Ex: The discussions, debates, submissions and decisions of conferences are often printed and circulated to delegates and made available to other interested parties.
    Ex: For example, Recreation, previously dispersed over several main classes, is now brought together as a new main class, and Space Science has been added between Astronomy and the Earth Sciences.
    Ex: A bulletin will be a printed list, or set list for consultation on a VDU, which is published and distributed to a number of users on a specific subject area, say, building products or cancer research.
    Ex: Eventually, teachers should be able to ' hand the chalk over to the students' and take a back seat.
    Ex: Most computer bureaux which host the factual data bases have their own world-wide networks.
    Ex: Similar and closely related subjects are likely to be scattered under different keywords.
    Ex: This should illustrate rather dramatically how failure to adopt a single well-defined form of name could spread entries throughout the alphabet.
    Ex: We must develop and study intelligent interfaces that propagate out to the information universe and report back to us.
    Ex: An aggressive approach is made to publicity, with posters and leaflets distributed widely, visits to local shops, post offices, doctors surgeries etc, to drum up business, and the use of volunteers to hand out leaflets at street corners = Se inicia una campaña de publicidad enérgica, distribuyendo de forma general folletos y pósteres, visitando las tiendas, oficinas de correos y consultorías médicas de la localidad, etc., para promocionar el negocio, además de utilizar voluntarios para distribuir prospectos por las esquinas de las calles.
    Ex: However, procedures for apportioning collection budgets have not been designed specifically for the school context.
    Ex: This paper describes the role of the federal government in dispensing aid to public libraries as part of the combat against the Great Depression of the 1930s.
    Ex: At the Closing Session Danish flags were suddenly produced and passed out among the crowd who began waving them enthusiastically.
    Ex: The coefficients of eigenvectors associated with the largest eigenvalue provide the basis for sequencing atoms which are ordered according to the relative magnitudes of the coefficients.
    Ex: For instance, in reproduction of Renoir's work under the subject IMPRESSIONISM, Renoir's works would not stand together in the catalog but be spread out according to their titles.
    Ex: There should be plenty of space to lay out all the books attractively and for people to move about without feeling too crowded.
    Ex: This project is designed to provide a network of practising librarians with a programme in educational methods and skills which can then be disseminated, or ' cascaded', to a wider network of professional colleagues.
    Ex: The results of a study suggest that people remember more high school material when learning occurs spaced out over several years.
    * distribuir aleatoriamente = randomise [randomize, -USA].
    * distribuir de un modo escalonado = lay out in + stages.
    * distribuir de un modo planificado = zone.
    * distribuir el trabajo = spread + the load.
    * distribuir la responsabilidad = spread + the load.
    * distribuirse = spread over.
    * distribuir un cuestionario = circulate + questionnaire.

    * * *
    vt
    1 (repartir) ‹dinero/víveres/panfletos› to hand out, distribute; ‹ganancias› to distribute; ‹tareas› to allocate, assign; ‹carga/peso› to distribute, spread
    un país donde la riqueza está muy mal distribuida a country where wealth is very unevenly distributed
    2 ‹producto/película› to distribute
    3 «canal/conducto» ‹agua› to distribute
    4
    (disponer, dividir): las habitaciones están muy bien distribuidas the rooms are very well laid out o arranged
    los distribuyeron en tres grupos they divided them into three groups
    ( refl) to divide up
    * * *

     

    Multiple Entries:
    distribuir    
    distribuir algo
    distribuir ( conjugate distribuir) verbo transitivo
    a)dinero/víveres/panfletos to hand out, distribute;

    ganancias to distribute;
    tareas to allocate, assign;
    carga/peso to distribute, spread
    b)producto/película to distribute

    c) [canal/conducto] ‹ agua to distribute


    e) ( dividir) to divide … up;


    distribuirse verbo pronominal ( refl) to divide up
    distribuir verbo transitivo
    1 (repartir productos) to distribute: ¿quién distribuye esta revista en España?, who distributes this magazine in Spain?
    2 (dar la parte correspondiente) to share out: voy a distribuir las pocas patatas que quedan, I'll divide up the few potatoes left
    3 (poner varias cosas en un sitio adecuado) to arrange: ¿qué te parece cómo he distribuido los muebles?, how do you like my furniture arrangement?
    ' distribuir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    escalonar
    - repartir
    English:
    distribute
    - dole out
    - give out
    - hand round
    - issue
    - pass out
    - syndicate
    - deal
    - give
    - hand
    - share
    * * *
    vt
    1. [repartir] [dinero, alimentos, medicamentos] to distribute, to hand out;
    [carga, trabajo] to spread; [pastel, ganancias] to divide up; [correo] to deliver;
    distribuyen comida entre los pobres they give out food to the poor, they distribute food among the poor;
    distribuir propaganda por los buzones to deliver advertising leaflets through Br letter boxes o US mailboxes;
    distribuir la riqueza más justamente to share out o distribute wealth more justly;
    distribuir el trabajo/las tareas to divide up o share out the work/the tasks;
    trata de distribuir bien tu tiempo try to manage your time carefully
    2. Com [mercancías, productos, películas] to distribute;
    una empresa que distribuye material de papelería a firm distributing stationery materials
    3. [disponer]
    una casa muy bien distribuida a house with a very nice layout;
    nos distribuyeron en grupos de cinco they divided o split us into groups of five;
    distribuyó los libros por temas she arranged the books by topic
    * * *
    v/t
    1 distribute; beneficio share out
    2
    :
    distribuir en grupos divide into groups
    * * *
    distribuir {41} vt
    : to distribute
    * * *
    1. (en general) to distribute
    hay que distribuir la riqueza, el saber y el poder we must distribute wealth, knowledge and power
    2. (trabajo) to share out

    Spanish-English dictionary > distribuir

  • 152 draconiano

    adj.
    Draconian, Draconic.
    * * *
    1 Draconian, harsh, drastic
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. Now this may sound somewhat Draconian as an approach to the problem, but I really do believe, and I have studied this and thought about it very carefully for many years, that this is the only answer, that anything else is just an amelioration of the problem and is building up problems for the future.
    ----
    * ley draconiana = draconian law.
    * medida draconiana = draconian measure.
    * * *

    Ex: Now this may sound somewhat Draconian as an approach to the problem, but I really do believe, and I have studied this and thought about it very carefully for many years, that this is the only answer, that anything else is just an amelioration of the problem and is building up problems for the future.

    * ley draconiana = draconian law.
    * medida draconiana = draconian measure.

    * * *
    draconian
    * * *

    draconiano,-a adjetivo severe, drastic, Draconian, cruel
    ' draconiano' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    draconiana
    * * *
    draconiano, -a adj
    [severo, cruel] draconian
    * * *
    adj draconian;
    medidas draconianas draconian measures

    Spanish-English dictionary > draconiano

  • 153 durante + Expresión Temporal

    = for + Expresión Temporal, over + Expresión Temporal
    Ex. The ISDS has now been in operation for over ten years.
    Ex. The United States Labor Department, over the past year or more, has diligently worked on removing both age and sex reference from their official occupational titles in accordance with federal law.
    * * *
    = for + Expresión Temporal, over + Expresión Temporal

    Ex: The ISDS has now been in operation for over ten years.

    Ex: The United States Labor Department, over the past year or more, has diligently worked on removing both age and sex reference from their official occupational titles in accordance with federal law.

    Spanish-English dictionary > durante + Expresión Temporal

  • 154 eludir

    v.
    1 to avoid.
    eludir a la prensa to avoid the press
    Elude sus responsabilidades a menudo He often avoids his responsibilities.
    2 to elude, to be out of the grasp of, to be out of someone's grasp, to get out of someone's grasp.
    El significado de esto elude a Ricardo The significance of this eludes Richard.
    * * *
    1 (responsabilidad, justicia, etc) to evade
    2 (pregunta) to avoid, evade; (persona) to avoid
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=evitar) [+ problema, responsabilidad] to evade; [+ control, vigilancia] to dodge; [+ pago, impuesto] to avoid

    no eludas mis preguntasdon't evade o avoid my questions

    2) [+ persona] to avoid
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) <problema/compromiso/pago> to evade, avoid
    b) < persona> to avoid
    * * *
    = bypass [by-pass], dodge, elude, escape, evade, deflect, parry, baulk [balk, -USA], fend off, steer + clear of, give + Nombre + a wide berth, duck out of, steer away from.
    Ex. She repeatedly bypassed the catalog because she was an inveterate fiction reader and approached the A section of the fiction shelf expecting to find Sholom Aleichem under ALEICHEM.
    Ex. But he was wiry and wily, too, and he could often out-run, track, back-track, double-back, and finally dodge unseen in the subway.
    Ex. The definition of a 'work' has eluded cataloguers for many years, and AACR2 has not found a solution.
    Ex. Other words may be included in a stop-wordlist for some applications, but escape inclusion in other circumstances.
    Ex. Wastage is sometimes defined as material which temporarily or permanently has evaded the usual lending procedures due to misplacement, damage, non-registration, theft or non-returns.
    Ex. Questions such as 'Can I help you?' on the part of the librarian are easily deflected by a hasty, perhaps automatic and ill-considered, 'Oh, no thanks' by the user.
    Ex. 'What if we got the other departments to pay for their own services and materials?' she parried, seeing a faint ray of hope in the idea.
    Ex. While many scholars concede that military interventions are sometimes permissible, they balk when it comes to deciding whether they are ever a moral duty.
    Ex. During the rutting season, they are used to fend off other males in an attempt to gather a harem of females to breed with.
    Ex. This entire target market has steered clear of the public library.
    Ex. Under the new law, motorists must give 'a wide berth' to stationary emergency vehicles displaying blue, red, or amber emergency warning lights.
    Ex. There's no polite way to duck out of a dinner party.
    Ex. This article gives guidance for steering away from some of the more obvious pitfalls when buying software.
    ----
    * agacharse para eludir = duck out of + harm's way.
    * eludir la necesidad de = bypass + the need (for).
    * eludir responsabilidad = pass + the buck.
    * eludirse = duck away.
    * eludir una cuestión = dodge + issue.
    * eludir una obligación = duck + an obligation.
    * eludir una oposición = negotiate + resistance.
    * eludir una responsabilidad = shirk + responsibility.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) <problema/compromiso/pago> to evade, avoid
    b) < persona> to avoid
    * * *
    = bypass [by-pass], dodge, elude, escape, evade, deflect, parry, baulk [balk, -USA], fend off, steer + clear of, give + Nombre + a wide berth, duck out of, steer away from.

    Ex: She repeatedly bypassed the catalog because she was an inveterate fiction reader and approached the A section of the fiction shelf expecting to find Sholom Aleichem under ALEICHEM.

    Ex: But he was wiry and wily, too, and he could often out-run, track, back-track, double-back, and finally dodge unseen in the subway.
    Ex: The definition of a 'work' has eluded cataloguers for many years, and AACR2 has not found a solution.
    Ex: Other words may be included in a stop-wordlist for some applications, but escape inclusion in other circumstances.
    Ex: Wastage is sometimes defined as material which temporarily or permanently has evaded the usual lending procedures due to misplacement, damage, non-registration, theft or non-returns.
    Ex: Questions such as 'Can I help you?' on the part of the librarian are easily deflected by a hasty, perhaps automatic and ill-considered, 'Oh, no thanks' by the user.
    Ex: 'What if we got the other departments to pay for their own services and materials?' she parried, seeing a faint ray of hope in the idea.
    Ex: While many scholars concede that military interventions are sometimes permissible, they balk when it comes to deciding whether they are ever a moral duty.
    Ex: During the rutting season, they are used to fend off other males in an attempt to gather a harem of females to breed with.
    Ex: This entire target market has steered clear of the public library.
    Ex: Under the new law, motorists must give 'a wide berth' to stationary emergency vehicles displaying blue, red, or amber emergency warning lights.
    Ex: There's no polite way to duck out of a dinner party.
    Ex: This article gives guidance for steering away from some of the more obvious pitfalls when buying software.
    * agacharse para eludir = duck out of + harm's way.
    * eludir la necesidad de = bypass + the need (for).
    * eludir responsabilidad = pass + the buck.
    * eludirse = duck away.
    * eludir una cuestión = dodge + issue.
    * eludir una obligación = duck + an obligation.
    * eludir una oposición = negotiate + resistance.
    * eludir una responsabilidad = shirk + responsibility.

    * * *
    eludir [I1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹problema› to evade, avoid, dodge; ‹pago› to avoid, evade
    un compromiso que no puedes eludir an obligation which you can't evade o duck
    eludió la persecución de la policía she escaped from o she avoided capture by her police pursuers
    me eludió la mirada she avoided my gaze, she avoided looking me in the eye
    2 ‹persona› to avoid
    me ha estado eludiendo toda la semana she's been avoiding o dodging me all week
    consiguió eludir a los periodistas he managed to avoid o elude the reporters
    * * *

    eludir ( conjugate eludir) verbo transitivo
    a)problema/compromiso/pago to evade, avoid

    b) persona to avoid

    eludir verbo transitivo to avoid
    ' eludir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    capear
    - desentenderse
    - evitar
    English:
    avoid
    - dodge
    - duck
    - elude
    - evade
    - fend off
    - skirt
    - berth
    - bypass
    - divert
    - fend
    - get
    - parry
    - shirk
    - side
    * * *
    eludir vt
    1. [evitar] [compromiso, responsabilidad] to avoid, to evade;
    [problema, dificultad, tema] to avoid; [pregunta] to evade, to avoid, to dodge;
    eludir el pago de una deuda to avoid paying a debt;
    eludir al fisco to avoid paying taxes;
    eludir el servicio militar to avoid o get out of doing military service;
    eludió hacer declaraciones he avoided making any statement;
    eludió su mirada she avoided his eyes
    2. [perseguidores]
    eludir a to avoid, to evade;
    consiguió eludir a la policía he managed to avoid the police;
    Der
    * * *
    v/t evade, avoid
    * * *
    eludir vt
    evadir: to evade, to avoid, to elude
    * * *
    eludir vb to avoid

    Spanish-English dictionary > eludir

  • 155 empaste dental

    m.
    dental filling.
    * * *
    Ex. Dental fillings may last many years; however, eventually all fillings need to be replaced.
    * * *

    Ex: Dental fillings may last many years; however, eventually all fillings need to be replaced.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empaste dental

  • 156 en el mismo número de años

    Ex. This is the second revision of the topic areas in as many years.
    * * *

    Ex: This is the second revision of the topic areas in as many years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el mismo número de años

  • 157 entusiasmo

    m.
    enthusiasm.
    despertar entusiasmo (en alguien) to arouse (somebody's) enthusiasm
    aplaudieron con entusiasmo they applauded enthusiastically
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: entusiasmar.
    * * *
    1 enthusiasm
    \
    con entusiasmo keenly, enthusiastically
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *

    con entusiasmo(=con apasionamiento) enthusiastically; (=con interés) keenly

    * * *
    masculino enthusiasm
    * * *
    = enthusiasm, zeal, zealousness, keenness, zest, elan, eagerness.
    Ex. Enthusiasm in a searcher, of course, all are agreed on: 'he must delight in the chase for its own sake'.
    Ex. One is to believe, for instance, that the public library movement began in a passion of liberal and humanitarian zeal, and yet public libraries were generally cold, rigidly inflexible, and elitist institutions from the beginning.
    Ex. Unless there is reason to believe that the author himself ordered these changes; they have no authority since they are merely the result of the carelessness, or zealousness, of the compositor.
    Ex. The conviction that books are important and a keenness to share them with others are fundamental qualities in any librarian = La convicción de que los libros son importantes y el entusiasmo por compartirlos con otros son cualidades fundamentales en cualquier bibliotecario.
    Ex. In the humanistic perspective, the concern is with potential, unique capabilities, and dignity -- with a dash of joy to add zest.
    Ex. It is a perky love story filmed with wonderful elan in black and white.
    Ex. The sense of alienation that had evolved over 50 years has gradually given way to a spirit of teamwork and eagerness to learn.
    ----
    * acabarse el entusiasmo = run out of + steam.
    * acoger con entusiasmo = greet + warmly.
    * apagar el entusiasmo = dampen + Posesivo + ardor.
    * asintiendo con entusiasmo = in eager assent.
    * cobrar nuevo entusiasmo = develop + renewed enthusiasm.
    * con entusiasmo = eagerly, enthusiastically, rhapsodically, wholeheartedly [whole-heartedly].
    * con entusiasmo en los ojos = bright-eyed.
    * con poco entusiasmo = half-heartedly.
    * despertar el entusiasmo = work up + an enthusiasm.
    * despertar el entusiasmo = capture + the imagination.
    * despertar entusiasmo = arouse + enthusiasm.
    * enfriar el entusiasmo = dampen + Posesivo + excitement, dampen + Posesivo + enthusiasm.
    * hablar con entusiasmo = gush about.
    * hacer perder el entusiasmo = dampen + Posesivo + enthusiasm.
    * lleno de entusiasmo = enthusiastic.
    * perder el entusiasmo = lose + heart.
    * perder entusiasmo = lose + enthusiasm.
    * rebosante de energía y lleno de entusiasmo = all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.
    * recobrar entusiasmo = develop + renewed enthusiasm.
    * sentir entusiasmo por = be enamoured of/with.
    * sin entusiasmo = half-hearted [halfhearted].
    * * *
    masculino enthusiasm
    * * *
    = enthusiasm, zeal, zealousness, keenness, zest, elan, eagerness.

    Ex: Enthusiasm in a searcher, of course, all are agreed on: 'he must delight in the chase for its own sake'.

    Ex: One is to believe, for instance, that the public library movement began in a passion of liberal and humanitarian zeal, and yet public libraries were generally cold, rigidly inflexible, and elitist institutions from the beginning.
    Ex: Unless there is reason to believe that the author himself ordered these changes; they have no authority since they are merely the result of the carelessness, or zealousness, of the compositor.
    Ex: The conviction that books are important and a keenness to share them with others are fundamental qualities in any librarian = La convicción de que los libros son importantes y el entusiasmo por compartirlos con otros son cualidades fundamentales en cualquier bibliotecario.
    Ex: In the humanistic perspective, the concern is with potential, unique capabilities, and dignity -- with a dash of joy to add zest.
    Ex: It is a perky love story filmed with wonderful elan in black and white.
    Ex: The sense of alienation that had evolved over 50 years has gradually given way to a spirit of teamwork and eagerness to learn.
    * acabarse el entusiasmo = run out of + steam.
    * acoger con entusiasmo = greet + warmly.
    * apagar el entusiasmo = dampen + Posesivo + ardor.
    * asintiendo con entusiasmo = in eager assent.
    * cobrar nuevo entusiasmo = develop + renewed enthusiasm.
    * con entusiasmo = eagerly, enthusiastically, rhapsodically, wholeheartedly [whole-heartedly].
    * con entusiasmo en los ojos = bright-eyed.
    * con poco entusiasmo = half-heartedly.
    * despertar el entusiasmo = work up + an enthusiasm.
    * despertar el entusiasmo = capture + the imagination.
    * despertar entusiasmo = arouse + enthusiasm.
    * enfriar el entusiasmo = dampen + Posesivo + excitement, dampen + Posesivo + enthusiasm.
    * hablar con entusiasmo = gush about.
    * hacer perder el entusiasmo = dampen + Posesivo + enthusiasm.
    * lleno de entusiasmo = enthusiastic.
    * perder el entusiasmo = lose + heart.
    * perder entusiasmo = lose + enthusiasm.
    * rebosante de energía y lleno de entusiasmo = all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed.
    * recobrar entusiasmo = develop + renewed enthusiasm.
    * sentir entusiasmo por = be enamoured of/with.
    * sin entusiasmo = half-hearted [halfhearted].

    * * *
    enthusiasm
    mostró or manifestó gran entusiasmo por la propuesta she showed great enthusiasm for the proposal, she was very enthusiastic about the proposal
    ha despertado gran entusiasmo it has aroused great enthusiasm
    trabaja con gran entusiasmo he works enthusiastically
    * * *

    Del verbo entusiasmar: ( conjugate entusiasmar)

    entusiasmo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    entusiasmó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    entusiasmar    
    entusiasmo
    entusiasmar ( conjugate entusiasmar) verbo transitivo ( apasionar):

    no me entusiasma mucho la idea I'm not very enthusiastic about the idea
    entusiasmarse verbo pronominal entusiasmose con algo to get excited o enthusiastic about sth
    entusiasmo sustantivo masculino
    enthusiasm
    entusiasmar verbo transitivo
    1 (animar) to fill with enthusiasm
    2 (gustar mucho) to delight: le entusiasman las películas del oeste, she loves westerns
    entusiasmo sustantivo masculino enthusiasm
    ♦ Locuciones: con entusiasmo, enthusiastically

    ' entusiasmo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    borrachera
    - delirio
    - enfriamiento
    - enfriarse
    - compensar
    - comunicar
    - desbordante
    - desgana
    - enfriar
    - excitación
    - extinguir
    - furor
    - languidecer
    - loco
    - rebosar
    English:
    catching
    - clap
    - dampen
    - enthusiasm
    - enthusiastic
    - enthusiastically
    - fire
    - gush
    - gusto
    - half-heartedly
    - half-heartedness
    - jaded
    - jump at
    - keeness
    - lap up
    - misplaced
    - rapturously
    - unenthusiastically
    - wholehearted
    - wholeheartedly
    - wild
    - zeal
    - zest
    - zestfully
    - bubble
    - eagerly
    - excited
    - excitement
    - over-
    * * *
    enthusiasm;
    aplaudieron con entusiasmo they clapped enthusiastically;
    despertar entusiasmo (en alguien) to arouse (sb's) enthusiasm;
    la noticia despertó un enorme entusiasmo the news aroused great excitement;
    pone mucho entusiasmo en todo lo que hace she puts a lot of enthusiasm into everything she does
    * * *
    m enthusiasm
    * * *
    : enthusiasm
    * * *
    entusiasmo n enthusiasm

    Spanish-English dictionary > entusiasmo

  • 158 esfuerzo

    m.
    1 effort.
    hacer esfuerzos, hacer un esfuerzo to make an effort, to try hard
    estoy haciendo esfuerzos por no llorar I'm trying hard not to cry
    haz un último esfuerzo, ya verás como ahora lo consigues make one last attempt, you'll do it this time!
    sin esfuerzo effortlessly
    2 strain.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: esforzar.
    * * *
    1 effort, endeavour (US endeavor)
    2 (valor) courage, spirit
    \
    hacer un esfuerzo (físico) to make an effort, exert oneself 2 (moral) to try hard, strive
    sin esfuerzo effortlessly
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) [de fuerza física, intelectual] effort

    sin esfuerzo — effortlessly, without strain

    no hizo el más mínimo esfuerzo por agradar — he made absolutely no effort at all to be nice, he didn't make the slightest effort to be nice

    2) (=vigor) spirit, vigour, vigor (EEUU)
    3) (Mec) stress
    * * *
    masculino effort
    * * *
    = endeavour [endeavor, -USA], labour [labor, -USA], leg work, struggle, effort, toil, elbow grease.
    Ex. Eventually, it came to be recognized that the Classification Research Group's endeavours might be pertinent to the problem of alphabetical indexing.
    Ex. An editor is a person who prepares for publication an item not his own and whose labour may be limited to the preparation of the item for the manufacturer.
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS may replace the typewriter, the catalog card, and much leg work, but it cannot replace the decision-making capabilities of the library staff.
    Ex. The struggle to make the library an integral part of the educational process is a long-standing one which has yet to be resolved.
    Ex. For example, with such a system a change of the heading AEROPLANES -- ASSISTED TAKE-OFF in figure 7 would without further effort be reflected in the six associated cross-reference records.
    Ex. Furthermore, the computer can be used, and is already being used, to eliminate drudgery, busywork, and useless toil in library systems.
    Ex. The window frames appeared to have not seen the light of day for over 50 years and were totally caked in dirt -- although with some elbow grease the window came up a treat.
    ----
    * ahorro de esfuerzo = savings in energy, savings in effort.
    * aumentar el esfuerzo = increase + effort.
    * aunar esfuerzos = join + forces, coordinate + efforts, join + hands, pool + efforts, pull together.
    * compartir esfuerzos = share + efforts.
    * concentrar el esfuerzo = concentrate + effort, direct + effort, direct + energy, concentrate + Posesivo + energy.
    * concentrar el esfuerzo en = divert + effort into.
    * con mucho esfuerzo = painfully.
    * conseguir con esfuerzo = mine.
    * consumir esfuerzo = take up + energy.
    * coordinar esfuerzos = coordinate + efforts.
    * dedicación de esfuerzo = expenditure of effort.
    * dedicar el tiempo y el esfuerzo = take + the time and effort.
    * dedicar esfuerzo = expend + effort, spend + effort, devote + energy, give + effort.
    * dedicar todo el esfuerzo del mundo a = put + Posesivo + heart into.
    * demandar mucho esfuerzo por parte de Alguien = tax + Posesivo + imagination.
    * dirigir el esfuerzo = direct + effort, direct + energy.
    * duplicidad de esfuerzos = duplication of effort.
    * empezar a sudar por el esfuerzo = work up + a sweat, work up + a lather.
    * en + Posesivo + esfuerzo de = in + Posesivo + quest for/to.
    * entrar hambre después del esfuerzo = work up + an appetite.
    * entrar sed después del esfuerzo = work up + a thirst.
    * en un esfuerzo por = in an effort to.
    * esfuerzo cognitivo = cognitive overhead.
    * esfuerzo común = concerted effort.
    * esfuerzo conjunto = team effort.
    * esfuerzo de equipo = team effort.
    * esfuerzo denodado = strenuous effort.
    * esfuerzo físico = physical effort.
    * esfuerzo físico humano = human power.
    * esfuerzo + fracasar = effort + founder.
    * esfuerzo + hacer sudar = work up + a sweat, work up + a lather.
    * esfuerzo heroico = all out effort.
    * esfuerzo humano = human energy.
    * esfuerzo intelectual = cognitive overhead, intellectual effort.
    * esfuerzo inútil = wasted energy.
    * esfuerzo mental = cognitive overhead, mental effort.
    * esfuerzo sobrehumano = Herculean effort, Herculanian effort.
    * exigir esfuerzo = take + effort.
    * frustrar el esfuerzo = frustrate + effort.
    * ganar a Alguien sin apenas hacer ningún esfuerzo = beat + Nombre + hands down, win + hands down.
    * hacer Algo con mucho esfuerzo = plod (along/through).
    * hacer el esfuerzo necesario = pull + Posesivo + (own) weight.
    * hacer el último esfuerzo = go + the last mile, go + the extra mile.
    * hacer grandes esfuerzos por = take + (great) pains to.
    * hacer un esfuerzo = make + effort.
    * hacer un gran esfuerzo = go out of + Posesivo + way to + Infinitivo.
    * invertir esfuerzo intelectual en = invest + Posesivo + thoughts in.
    * justificar el esfuerzo = justify + the effort.
    * llevar tiempo y esfuerzo = take + time and effort.
    * merecer la pena el esfuerzo = repay + effort.
    * mucho esfuerzo = hard work.
    * necesitar esfuerzo = take + effort.
    * no concentrar el esfuerzo = spread + Nombre + thinly.
    * poner esfuerzo = give + effort.
    * propulsado con el esfuerzo físico humano = human-powered.
    * realizar esfuerzo = exert + effort.
    * realizar un esfuerzo = put forth + effort, make + effort.
    * realizar un esfuerzo común = make + a concerted effort.
    * redirigir el esfuerzo = refocus + effort.
    * redirigir un esfuerzo = divert + impetus.
    * redoblar esfuerzos = redouble + efforts.
    * reducir el esfuerzo = reduce + effort.
    * reorientar el esfuerzo = refocus + effort.
    * sin esfuerzo = effortless, effortlessly.
    * sin esfuerzo alguno = effortlessly.
    * sin ningún esfuerzo = effortlessly.
    * sin ningún esfuerzo mental = thought-free.
    * tener hambre después del esfuerzo = work up + an appetite.
    * tener sed después del esfuerzo = work up + a thirst.
    * tirar dinero y esfuerzo por la borda = be money and effort down the drain.
    * trabajo y esfuerzo = toil and trouble.
    * unir esfuerzos = join + hands.
    * vehículo propulsado por el esfuerzo físico humano = human-powered vehicle.
    * * *
    masculino effort
    * * *
    = endeavour [endeavor, -USA], labour [labor, -USA], leg work, struggle, effort, toil, elbow grease.

    Ex: Eventually, it came to be recognized that the Classification Research Group's endeavours might be pertinent to the problem of alphabetical indexing.

    Ex: An editor is a person who prepares for publication an item not his own and whose labour may be limited to the preparation of the item for the manufacturer.
    Ex: DOBIS/LIBIS may replace the typewriter, the catalog card, and much leg work, but it cannot replace the decision-making capabilities of the library staff.
    Ex: The struggle to make the library an integral part of the educational process is a long-standing one which has yet to be resolved.
    Ex: For example, with such a system a change of the heading AEROPLANES -- ASSISTED TAKE-OFF in figure 7 would without further effort be reflected in the six associated cross-reference records.
    Ex: Furthermore, the computer can be used, and is already being used, to eliminate drudgery, busywork, and useless toil in library systems.
    Ex: The window frames appeared to have not seen the light of day for over 50 years and were totally caked in dirt -- although with some elbow grease the window came up a treat.
    * ahorro de esfuerzo = savings in energy, savings in effort.
    * aumentar el esfuerzo = increase + effort.
    * aunar esfuerzos = join + forces, coordinate + efforts, join + hands, pool + efforts, pull together.
    * compartir esfuerzos = share + efforts.
    * concentrar el esfuerzo = concentrate + effort, direct + effort, direct + energy, concentrate + Posesivo + energy.
    * concentrar el esfuerzo en = divert + effort into.
    * con mucho esfuerzo = painfully.
    * conseguir con esfuerzo = mine.
    * consumir esfuerzo = take up + energy.
    * coordinar esfuerzos = coordinate + efforts.
    * dedicación de esfuerzo = expenditure of effort.
    * dedicar el tiempo y el esfuerzo = take + the time and effort.
    * dedicar esfuerzo = expend + effort, spend + effort, devote + energy, give + effort.
    * dedicar todo el esfuerzo del mundo a = put + Posesivo + heart into.
    * demandar mucho esfuerzo por parte de Alguien = tax + Posesivo + imagination.
    * dirigir el esfuerzo = direct + effort, direct + energy.
    * duplicidad de esfuerzos = duplication of effort.
    * empezar a sudar por el esfuerzo = work up + a sweat, work up + a lather.
    * en + Posesivo + esfuerzo de = in + Posesivo + quest for/to.
    * entrar hambre después del esfuerzo = work up + an appetite.
    * entrar sed después del esfuerzo = work up + a thirst.
    * en un esfuerzo por = in an effort to.
    * esfuerzo cognitivo = cognitive overhead.
    * esfuerzo común = concerted effort.
    * esfuerzo conjunto = team effort.
    * esfuerzo de equipo = team effort.
    * esfuerzo denodado = strenuous effort.
    * esfuerzo físico = physical effort.
    * esfuerzo físico humano = human power.
    * esfuerzo + fracasar = effort + founder.
    * esfuerzo + hacer sudar = work up + a sweat, work up + a lather.
    * esfuerzo heroico = all out effort.
    * esfuerzo humano = human energy.
    * esfuerzo intelectual = cognitive overhead, intellectual effort.
    * esfuerzo inútil = wasted energy.
    * esfuerzo mental = cognitive overhead, mental effort.
    * esfuerzo sobrehumano = Herculean effort, Herculanian effort.
    * exigir esfuerzo = take + effort.
    * frustrar el esfuerzo = frustrate + effort.
    * ganar a Alguien sin apenas hacer ningún esfuerzo = beat + Nombre + hands down, win + hands down.
    * hacer Algo con mucho esfuerzo = plod (along/through).
    * hacer el esfuerzo necesario = pull + Posesivo + (own) weight.
    * hacer el último esfuerzo = go + the last mile, go + the extra mile.
    * hacer grandes esfuerzos por = take + (great) pains to.
    * hacer un esfuerzo = make + effort.
    * hacer un gran esfuerzo = go out of + Posesivo + way to + Infinitivo.
    * invertir esfuerzo intelectual en = invest + Posesivo + thoughts in.
    * justificar el esfuerzo = justify + the effort.
    * llevar tiempo y esfuerzo = take + time and effort.
    * merecer la pena el esfuerzo = repay + effort.
    * mucho esfuerzo = hard work.
    * necesitar esfuerzo = take + effort.
    * no concentrar el esfuerzo = spread + Nombre + thinly.
    * poner esfuerzo = give + effort.
    * propulsado con el esfuerzo físico humano = human-powered.
    * realizar esfuerzo = exert + effort.
    * realizar un esfuerzo = put forth + effort, make + effort.
    * realizar un esfuerzo común = make + a concerted effort.
    * redirigir el esfuerzo = refocus + effort.
    * redirigir un esfuerzo = divert + impetus.
    * redoblar esfuerzos = redouble + efforts.
    * reducir el esfuerzo = reduce + effort.
    * reorientar el esfuerzo = refocus + effort.
    * sin esfuerzo = effortless, effortlessly.
    * sin esfuerzo alguno = effortlessly.
    * sin ningún esfuerzo = effortlessly.
    * sin ningún esfuerzo mental = thought-free.
    * tener hambre después del esfuerzo = work up + an appetite.
    * tener sed después del esfuerzo = work up + a thirst.
    * tirar dinero y esfuerzo por la borda = be money and effort down the drain.
    * trabajo y esfuerzo = toil and trouble.
    * unir esfuerzos = join + hands.
    * vehículo propulsado por el esfuerzo físico humano = human-powered vehicle.

    * * *
    por lo menos hizo el esfuerzo de ser amable at least he made an effort o tried to be friendly
    hay que hacer un esfuerzo de imaginación you have to use your imagination
    me costó muchos esfuerzos convencerlo it took a lot of effort to persuade him, I had a lot of trouble persuading him
    conseguía todo lo que quería sin esfuerzo she got everything she wanted quite effortlessly o without any effort
    2 ( Fís) effort
    * * *

     

    Del verbo esforzar: ( conjugate esforzar)

    esfuerzo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    esforzar    
    esfuerzo
    esforzar ( conjugate esforzar) verbo transitivovoz/vista to strain
    esforzarse verbo pronominal:

    tienes que esfuerzote más you'll have to work harder;
    esfuerzose por o en hacer algo to strive to do sth
    esfuerzo sustantivo masculino
    effort;
    hizo el esfuerzo de ser amable he made an effort o tried to be friendly
    esforzar vtr (la vista, un músculo) to strain
    esfuerzo sustantivo masculino effort
    hacer un esfuerzo, to make an effort
    ♦ Locuciones: sin esfuerzo, effortlessly

    ' esfuerzo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conquista
    - considerable
    - cuajar
    - desesperada
    - desesperado
    - difícil
    - economía
    - emplear
    - entregarse
    - facilidad
    - gratificar
    - hacer
    - inversión
    - invertir
    - lucir
    - lucha
    - mérito
    - molestarse
    - molestia
    - mucha
    - mucho
    - obra
    - paliza
    - para
    - penosa
    - penoso
    - premiar
    - premio
    - producto
    - renovar
    - rentable
    - rota
    - roto
    - sprint
    - sudor
    - titánica
    - titánico
    - trabajo
    - tute
    - baldío
    - común
    - conjunto
    - consagrar
    - costar
    - demasiado
    - desplegar
    - empeño
    - estéril
    - hazaña
    - intenso
    English:
    all-out
    - challenging
    - concerted
    - conscious
    - effort
    - effortless
    - endeavor
    - endeavour
    - exert
    - exertion
    - extraordinary
    - hard-won
    - heave
    - incessant
    - last-ditch
    - level
    - obstinate
    - out
    - puff
    - push
    - shatter
    - spurt
    - strain
    - strenuous
    - successful
    - sustain
    - swing
    - trouble
    - try
    - unsuccessful
    - vain
    - waste
    - work
    - worth
    * * *
    [físico, intelectual] effort;
    cualquier movimiento cuesta o [m5] supone un terrible esfuerzo any movement requires a huge effort;
    no hagas ningún esfuerzo, que el médico ha recomendado reposo don't exert yourself, the doctor has recommended rest;
    hacer esfuerzos, hacer un esfuerzo to make an effort, to try hard;
    estoy haciendo esfuerzos por no llorar I'm trying hard not to cry;
    hizo un esfuerzo por agradar he made an effort to be pleasant;
    haz un último esfuerzo, ya verás como ahora lo consigues make one last attempt, you'll do it this time!;
    sin esfuerzo effortlessly
    * * *
    m effort;
    hacer un esfuerzo make an effort;
    sin esfuerzo effortlessly
    * * *
    1) : effort
    2) ánimo, vigor: spirit, vigor
    3)
    sin esfuerzo : effortlessly
    * * *
    esfuerzo n effort

    Spanish-English dictionary > esfuerzo

  • 159 espacir

    Ex. The results of a study suggest that people remember more high school material when learning occurs spaced out over several years.
    * * *

    Ex: The results of a study suggest that people remember more high school material when learning occurs spaced out over several years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > espacir

  • 160 espuma de poliuretano

    Ex. Rigid polyurethane foams have been used as insulating material in home appliances such as refrigerators and freezers for many years.
    * * *

    Ex: Rigid polyurethane foams have been used as insulating material in home appliances such as refrigerators and freezers for many years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > espuma de poliuretano

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