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  • 1 líder

    m.
    1 leader, guide, honcho.
    2 front man.
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    1 leader
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    1. noun mf. 2. adj.
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    1.
    ADJ INV top, leading, foremost

    marca líder — leading brand, brand leader

    2.
    SMF (Pol) leader; (Dep) leader, league leader, top club
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    I
    masculino y femenino
    1)
    a) (Dep, Pol) leader
    b) (Com) leader
    2) (como adj) <equipo/marca/empresa> leading (before n)
    II
    lideresa masculino, femenino (Méx) (Dep, Pol) leader
    * * *
    = leading, leader, lead, pacemaker, pacesetter [pace-setter], leading figure, front runner, torchbearer [torch bearer], leading edge, kingpin, rainmaker, number one, opinion-maker, driver, bellwether.
    Ex. In addition to her reputation as a leading expert in information control, Phyllis Richmond is another of ISAD's official reviewers of the AACR2's draft.
    Ex. The proud mother, as a result, had been a leader in the fight to establish a program for the 'gifted and talented' in the public school system.
    Ex. The United Nations declared 1990 as International Literacy Year (ILY) with Unesco designated as the lead agency for ILY.
    Ex. The first computerized cataloguing network, the pacemaker for those that were to follow, was OCLC.
    Ex. This article traces the history of collection development from the 1870s, noting the early influence of pacesetter libraries.
    Ex. The history of this map collection began with donations by members of the Academy and other leading figures in the country.
    Ex. As such this is one of the front runners of the next generation of library management systems.
    Ex. The mission of college libraries in India is to shoulder the responsibilities of a torch bearer.
    Ex. The museum has used leading edge digital imaging technology to overcome problems of preservation and access.
    Ex. Adam Urbanski is kingpin of a new breed of union leaders who want to be partners, not adversaries, in the school improvement crusade.
    Ex. Rather than rainmakers, the electorate increasingly views politicians as scapegoats for economic consequences.
    Ex. Eyestrain is the number one complaint of computer users.
    Ex. Peers and adults who are admired, for whatever reasons, tend to be copied and followed, and a wise teacher will try to draw in to the book environment those adults and children who are opinion-makers and trend-setters.
    Ex. The realization that knowledge and information provide the fundamental drivers of economic growth is beginning to permeate economic and management thinking.
    Ex. Scientists have long suspected amphibians are good bellwethers for impending alterations in biodiversity during rapid climate change.
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    * líder actual, el = defending champion.
    * líder civil = civilian leader.
    * líder de la comunidad = community leader.
    * líder del mercado = market leader.
    * líder del pensamiento = leader of thought.
    * líder de opinión = opinion leader.
    * líder espiritual = spiritual leader.
    * líder militar = military leader, military leader.
    * líder mundial = world leader.
    * líder político = political leader.
    * líder religioso = religious leader.
    * líder sindicalista = union leader.
    * líder social = community leader.
    * mantenerse líder = stay + ahead of the pack.
    * ser líder en = take + the lead in + Gerundio.
    * sin líder = leaderless.
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    I
    masculino y femenino
    1)
    a) (Dep, Pol) leader
    b) (Com) leader
    2) (como adj) <equipo/marca/empresa> leading (before n)
    II
    lideresa masculino, femenino (Méx) (Dep, Pol) leader
    * * *
    = leading, leader, lead, pacemaker, pacesetter [pace-setter], leading figure, front runner, torchbearer [torch bearer], leading edge, kingpin, rainmaker, number one, opinion-maker, driver, bellwether.

    Ex: In addition to her reputation as a leading expert in information control, Phyllis Richmond is another of ISAD's official reviewers of the AACR2's draft.

    Ex: The proud mother, as a result, had been a leader in the fight to establish a program for the 'gifted and talented' in the public school system.
    Ex: The United Nations declared 1990 as International Literacy Year (ILY) with Unesco designated as the lead agency for ILY.
    Ex: The first computerized cataloguing network, the pacemaker for those that were to follow, was OCLC.
    Ex: This article traces the history of collection development from the 1870s, noting the early influence of pacesetter libraries.
    Ex: The history of this map collection began with donations by members of the Academy and other leading figures in the country.
    Ex: As such this is one of the front runners of the next generation of library management systems.
    Ex: The mission of college libraries in India is to shoulder the responsibilities of a torch bearer.
    Ex: The museum has used leading edge digital imaging technology to overcome problems of preservation and access.
    Ex: Adam Urbanski is kingpin of a new breed of union leaders who want to be partners, not adversaries, in the school improvement crusade.
    Ex: Rather than rainmakers, the electorate increasingly views politicians as scapegoats for economic consequences.
    Ex: Eyestrain is the number one complaint of computer users.
    Ex: Peers and adults who are admired, for whatever reasons, tend to be copied and followed, and a wise teacher will try to draw in to the book environment those adults and children who are opinion-makers and trend-setters.
    Ex: The realization that knowledge and information provide the fundamental drivers of economic growth is beginning to permeate economic and management thinking.
    Ex: Scientists have long suspected amphibians are good bellwethers for impending alterations in biodiversity during rapid climate change.
    * líder actual, el = defending champion.
    * líder civil = civilian leader.
    * líder de la comunidad = community leader.
    * líder del mercado = market leader.
    * líder del pensamiento = leader of thought.
    * líder de opinión = opinion leader.
    * líder espiritual = spiritual leader.
    * líder militar = military leader, military leader.
    * líder mundial = world leader.
    * líder político = political leader.
    * líder religioso = religious leader.
    * líder sindicalista = union leader.
    * líder social = community leader.
    * mantenerse líder = stay + ahead of the pack.
    * ser líder en = take + the lead in + Gerundio.
    * sin líder = leaderless.

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    A
    1 (de un partido, país) leader
    el Valencia es líder con 48 puntos Valencia leads the division with 48 points, Valencia is the leader with 48 points
    3 ( Com) leader
    Compuestos:
    leader of the opposition
    labor* leader ( AmE), trade union leader ( BrE)
    B ( como adj) ‹equipo/marca/empresa› leading ( before n)
    masculine, feminine
    ( Méx) ( Dep, Pol) leader
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    líder 1 sustantivo masculino y femenino
    a) (Com, Dep, Pol) leader

    b) ( como adj) ‹equipo/marca/empresa leading ( before n)

    líder 2
    lideresa sustantivo masculino, femenino (Méx) (Dep, Pol) leader

    líder
    I mf leader: es el líder de la oposición, he's the opposition leader
    II adjetivo leading, top: el equipo líder es el Estudiantes, Estudiantes is the top team

    ' líder' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acéfala
    - acéfalo
    - cabeza
    - comecocos
    - imán
    - interpelar
    - jefa
    - jefe
    - nata
    - nato
    - caudillo
    - destronar
    - indiscutible
    English:
    born
    - ethical
    - lead
    - leader
    - natural
    - pacemaker
    - stand down
    - chief
    - leading
    - pace
    - then
    * * *
    adj
    leading;
    el equipo líder the leading team;
    la empresa es líder en el sector it is the leading company in the industry
    nmf
    1. [de partido político, país] leader;
    un líder sindical a union boss o leader
    Pol el líder de la oposición the leader of the opposition
    2. [de clasificación, mercado] leader;
    el Deportivo es el líder de la liga Deportivo are top of the league o are the current league leaders
    * * *
    I m/f leader
    II adj leading
    * * *
    líder adj
    : leading, foremost
    líder nmf
    : leader
    * * *
    líder n leader

    Spanish-English dictionary > líder

  • 2 pionero

    adj.
    1 pioneer, pioneering.
    2 trendsetting.
    m.
    pioneer, pathfinder, bellwether, trailblazer.
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    1 pioneering
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 pioneer
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    1. (f. - pionera)
    adj.
    2. (f. - pionera)
    noun
    * * *
    pionero, -a
    1.
    2.
    SM / F pioneer
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    I
    - ra adjetivo pioneering (before n)
    II
    - ra masculino, femenino pioneer
    * * *
    = pioneer, pioneering, trail blazer [trail-blazer/trailblazer], pacemaker, pathfinder, ground-breaking [ground breaking], pacesetter [pace-setter], bellwether.
    Ex. Mr. Bierman was a pioneer in his use of the MARC (Machine-Readable-Cataloging) records distributed by the Library of Congress.
    Ex. His pioneering work has resulted in the single most powerful automated bibliographical control system in libraries today.
    Ex. There is a new profession of trail blazers, those who find delight in the task of establishing useful trails through the enourmous mass of records.
    Ex. The first computerized cataloguing network, the pacemaker for those that were to follow, was OCLC.
    Ex. These maps serve as pathfinders for future research in the focus area = Estos mapas sirven como guías para investigaciones futuras sobre el tema de interés.
    Ex. Trustees will have to consider the conditions of membership in online networks and, in some instances, may need to hammer out ground breaking agreements to govern operations.
    Ex. This article traces the history of collection development from the 1870s, noting the early influence of pacesetter libraries.
    Ex. Scientists have long suspected amphibians are good bellwethers for impending alterations in biodiversity during rapid climate change.
    * * *
    I
    - ra adjetivo pioneering (before n)
    II
    - ra masculino, femenino pioneer
    * * *
    = pioneer, pioneering, trail blazer [trail-blazer/trailblazer], pacemaker, pathfinder, ground-breaking [ground breaking], pacesetter [pace-setter], bellwether.

    Ex: Mr. Bierman was a pioneer in his use of the MARC (Machine-Readable-Cataloging) records distributed by the Library of Congress.

    Ex: His pioneering work has resulted in the single most powerful automated bibliographical control system in libraries today.
    Ex: There is a new profession of trail blazers, those who find delight in the task of establishing useful trails through the enourmous mass of records.
    Ex: The first computerized cataloguing network, the pacemaker for those that were to follow, was OCLC.
    Ex: These maps serve as pathfinders for future research in the focus area = Estos mapas sirven como guías para investigaciones futuras sobre el tema de interés.
    Ex: Trustees will have to consider the conditions of membership in online networks and, in some instances, may need to hammer out ground breaking agreements to govern operations.
    Ex: This article traces the history of collection development from the 1870s, noting the early influence of pacesetter libraries.
    Ex: Scientists have long suspected amphibians are good bellwethers for impending alterations in biodiversity during rapid climate change.

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    pionero1 -ra
    pioneering ( before n)
    pionero2 -ra
    masculine, feminine
    pioneer
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    pionero
    ◊ -ra adjetivo

    pioneering ( before n)
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    pioneer
    pionero,-a sustantivo masculino y femenino pioneer

    ' pionero' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    pionera
    English:
    pioneer
    * * *
    pionero, -a
    adj
    pioneer, pioneering
    nm,f
    pioneer
    * * *
    I adj pioneering
    II m, pionera f tb fig
    pioneer
    * * *
    pionero, -ra adj
    : pioneering
    pionero, -ra n
    : pioneer
    * * *
    pionero n pioneer

    Spanish-English dictionary > pionero

  • 3 vanguardista

    adj.
    avant-garde.
    f. & m.
    1 member of the avant-garde.
    2 forefronter, groundbreaker, member of the avant-garde, trendsetter.
    * * *
    1 avant-garde
    1 avant-gardist
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ [moda, estilo] avant-garde; [tecnología] revolutionary
    2.
    * * *
    adjetivo avant-garde
    * * *
    = front-liner, progressive, avant-garde, progressive, ground-breaking [ground breaking], pacesetter [pace-setter], paratrooper, forward-looking.
    Ex. He was profiled in April, 1972 as the Wilson Library Bulletin front-liner.
    Ex. These young professionals are committed to making Junctionville a dynamic and progressive place to live.
    Ex. There is the work of the very competent and literate novelist who is not avant-garde or the current darling of the critics, but is certainly regarded as a professional and imaginative writer.
    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. Trustees will have to consider the conditions of membership in online networks and, in some instances, may need to hammer out ground breaking agreements to govern operations.
    Ex. This article traces the history of collection development from the 1870s, noting the early influence of pacesetter libraries.
    Ex. The author urges law librarians to think of themselves as paratroopers, creating new relationships within the law school as technology changes.
    Ex. The 26-volume Compton's Encyclopedia intends to be 'an innovative, forward-looking reference work for young people'.
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    * ser vanguardista = break + new ground, break + ground.
    * * *
    adjetivo avant-garde
    * * *
    = front-liner, progressive, avant-garde, progressive, ground-breaking [ground breaking], pacesetter [pace-setter], paratrooper, forward-looking.

    Ex: He was profiled in April, 1972 as the Wilson Library Bulletin front-liner.

    Ex: These young professionals are committed to making Junctionville a dynamic and progressive place to live.
    Ex: There is the work of the very competent and literate novelist who is not avant-garde or the current darling of the critics, but is certainly regarded as a professional and imaginative writer.
    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: Trustees will have to consider the conditions of membership in online networks and, in some instances, may need to hammer out ground breaking agreements to govern operations.
    Ex: This article traces the history of collection development from the 1870s, noting the early influence of pacesetter libraries.
    Ex: The author urges law librarians to think of themselves as paratroopers, creating new relationships within the law school as technology changes.
    Ex: The 26-volume Compton's Encyclopedia intends to be 'an innovative, forward-looking reference work for young people'.
    * ser vanguardista = break + new ground, break + ground.

    * * *
    avant-garde, modernist
    avant-gardist, modernist
    * * *

    vanguardista adjetivo
    avant-garde
    vanguardista
    I adjetivo avant-garde
    el movimiento vanguardista, the avant-garde movement
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino member of the avant-garde
    ' vanguardista' also found in these entries:
    English:
    avant-garde
    * * *
    adj
    avant-garde
    nmf
    member of the avant-garde
    * * *
    I adj avant-garde, modernist
    II m/f avant-gardist, modernist

    Spanish-English dictionary > vanguardista

См. также в других словарях:

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  • pacesetter — index pioneer Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • pacesetter — [n] pacemaker bellwether, forerunner, leader, pacer, pioneer; concepts 347,354 …   New thesaurus

  • pacesetter — [pās′set΄ər] n. PACEMAKER (sense 1) …   English World dictionary

  • pacesetter — [[t]pe͟ɪssetə(r)[/t]] pacesetters also pace setter 1) N COUNT A pacesetter is someone who is in the lead during part of a race or competition and therefore decides the speed or standard of the race or competition for that time. Real s victory… …   English dictionary

  • pacesetter — pace|set|ter [ˈpeıs setə US ər] n also pacemaker 1.) a person or team that is winning in a competition, and that others have to try to defeat ▪ That left him three strokes behind the pacesetter, Parry. 2.) a person or company that is considered… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pacesetter — UK [ˈpeɪsˌsetə(r)] / US [ˈpeɪsˌsetər] noun [countable] Word forms pacesetter : singular pacesetter plural pacesetters a company, style, idea etc that is so successful that other people copy it or are influenced by it …   English dictionary

  • pacesetter — noun (C) 1 a team that is ahead of others in a competition 2 someone or something that sets an example for others: Industry is the pacesetter of modern life. 3 someone who runs at the front at the beginning of a race and sets the speed at which… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • pacesetter — noun 1. a leading instance in its field the new policy will be a pacesetter in community relations • Syn: ↑pacemaker • Hypernyms: ↑exemplar, ↑example, ↑model, ↑good example 2. a horse used to set the pac …   Useful english dictionary


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