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  • 541 prestar atención

    v.
    to pay attention, to take notice, to give attention, to heed.
    María se fijó muy bien Mary paid attention very well.
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    to pay attention (a, to)
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    (n.) = follow up, heed, receive + attention, mind, devote + attention, pay + heed, take + notice, give + (some) thought to, follow through, look out for, lend + an ear, prick (up) + Posesivo + ears, Posesivo + antennas + go up
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex. Such variations also make it difficult for a cataloguer inserting a new heading for local use to discern the principles which should be heeded in the construction of such a heading.
    Ex. The formation of mould on paper and book-bindings is a long-standing problem, the nature of which has received little attention.
    Ex. They see people as marked by one particular attribute, cleverness, or kindness, or strictness, or being a good shot, and they mind whether things are right or wrong.
    Ex. The cataloger, by being relieved of the onerous clerical burden of reorganizing the catalog, is free to devote professional attention to making the catalog a more responsive and useful tool.
    Ex. Unless we believe we can do all this unaided, then we had better pay heed to literature.
    Ex. Successful displays depend on two main ingredients: selection from the vast number of possible titles; and attractive layout, so that people will take notice of the books and want to know more about them.
    Ex. I encourage the reader to give thought to the longer case studies that have appeared in the library press.
    Ex. The approach used is to follow through the decision making processes which underpin the successful introduction of any service.
    Ex. Panellists presented the criteria they adopted and features they looked out for when selecting a library automation system.
    Ex. Secondly, the teacher should just ' lend an ear' and not actively take part in the discussion.
    Ex. The dog sat at the bedside, now eyeing his master with a wistful look, and now pricking his ears, and uttering a low growl.
    Ex. As lesbians, our antennas went up, and we wondered why this guy wanted to know how many bedrooms we had.
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    (n.) = follow up, heed, receive + attention, mind, devote + attention, pay + heed, take + notice, give + (some) thought to, follow through, look out for, lend + an ear, prick (up) + Posesivo + ears, Posesivo + antennas + go up

    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.

    Ex: Such variations also make it difficult for a cataloguer inserting a new heading for local use to discern the principles which should be heeded in the construction of such a heading.
    Ex: The formation of mould on paper and book-bindings is a long-standing problem, the nature of which has received little attention.
    Ex: They see people as marked by one particular attribute, cleverness, or kindness, or strictness, or being a good shot, and they mind whether things are right or wrong.
    Ex: The cataloger, by being relieved of the onerous clerical burden of reorganizing the catalog, is free to devote professional attention to making the catalog a more responsive and useful tool.
    Ex: Unless we believe we can do all this unaided, then we had better pay heed to literature.
    Ex: Successful displays depend on two main ingredients: selection from the vast number of possible titles; and attractive layout, so that people will take notice of the books and want to know more about them.
    Ex: I encourage the reader to give thought to the longer case studies that have appeared in the library press.
    Ex: The approach used is to follow through the decision making processes which underpin the successful introduction of any service.
    Ex: Panellists presented the criteria they adopted and features they looked out for when selecting a library automation system.
    Ex: Secondly, the teacher should just ' lend an ear' and not actively take part in the discussion.
    Ex: The dog sat at the bedside, now eyeing his master with a wistful look, and now pricking his ears, and uttering a low growl.
    Ex: As lesbians, our antennas went up, and we wondered why this guy wanted to know how many bedrooms we had.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prestar atención

  • 542 prestar ayuda

    v.
    to give help, to give aid.
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    to help (a, -)
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    (v.) = provide + assistance, render + assistance, offer + guidance, offer + assistance, lend + a (helping) hand
    Ex. Its purpose is to provide advice and on-site salvage assistance to those organisations having documentary resources that are damaged in a natural or man-made disaster.
    Ex. There are obvious limits to the assistance which a librarian can undertake to render.
    Ex. These vital human needs may not feature prominently in the curriculum, and a society in moral disarray may offer insufficient guidance.
    Ex. These two functions of the library have often been at cross purposes to one another, because each has been associated with a conflicting view of the kind and amount of assistance to be offered to the reader.
    Ex. In a small shop the master would lend a hand with the work, certainly as a corrector and often as a compositor as well.
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    (v.) = provide + assistance, render + assistance, offer + guidance, offer + assistance, lend + a (helping) hand

    Ex: Its purpose is to provide advice and on-site salvage assistance to those organisations having documentary resources that are damaged in a natural or man-made disaster.

    Ex: There are obvious limits to the assistance which a librarian can undertake to render.
    Ex: These vital human needs may not feature prominently in the curriculum, and a society in moral disarray may offer insufficient guidance.
    Ex: These two functions of the library have often been at cross purposes to one another, because each has been associated with a conflicting view of the kind and amount of assistance to be offered to the reader.
    Ex: In a small shop the master would lend a hand with the work, certainly as a corrector and often as a compositor as well.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prestar ayuda

  • 543 prestar declaración

    v.
    to make a statement, to give evidence, to testify, to make a statement at court.
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    DERECHO to give evidence
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    (v.) = give + evidence
    Ex. MEPs, Commissioners, officials from the Council and the Commission, judges, advocates-general and others from the Court of Justice have all been invited to give evidence.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + evidence

    Ex: MEPs, Commissioners, officials from the Council and the Commission, judges, advocates-general and others from the Court of Justice have all been invited to give evidence.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prestar declaración

  • 544 prestar servicio

    to serve
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    (v.) = service
    Ex. The computer, located centrally, services one or more libraries which may be located some distance away.
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    (v.) = service

    Ex: The computer, located centrally, services one or more libraries which may be located some distance away.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prestar servicio

  • 545 protección legal

    f.
    legal protection.
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    Ex. Database suppliers argue that the present unevenness of the European legal protection setting creates an uncertain and risky environment which is not conductiveto investment.
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    Ex: Database suppliers argue that the present unevenness of the European legal protection setting creates an uncertain and risky environment which is not conductiveto investment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > protección legal

  • 546 proveedor de servicios de Internet

    Ex. The author examines the trials and tribulations that went into the making of Merit Network, Inc., Michigan's pioneering Internet provider.
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    Proveedor de Servicios de Internet (ISP)

    Ex: Our ISP (Internet Service Provider) went belly up 10 days ago and we have been unable to send & receive emails since.

    Ex: The author examines the trials and tribulations that went into the making of Merit Network, Inc., Michigan's pioneering Internet provider.

    Spanish-English dictionary > proveedor de servicios de Internet

  • 547 residencia legal

    Ex. Usually legal residence and tax residence are defined differently in law in that one can be an illegal alien and resident for tax purposes in the same country.
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    Ex: Usually legal residence and tax residence are defined differently in law in that one can be an illegal alien and resident for tax purposes in the same country.

    Spanish-English dictionary > residencia legal

  • 548 responsabilidad legal

    f.
    legal liability.
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    (n.) = liability, legal liability, legal responsibility
    Ex. The issue of liability for information given in response to enquiries, in fact, applies whether or not it is charged for.
    Ex. Libraries invite legal liability and potential lawsuits when students are left in charge.
    Ex. This article examines the position of special libraries in the context of legal responsibility and the provision of information.
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    (n.) = liability, legal liability, legal responsibility

    Ex: The issue of liability for information given in response to enquiries, in fact, applies whether or not it is charged for.

    Ex: Libraries invite legal liability and potential lawsuits when students are left in charge.
    Ex: This article examines the position of special libraries in the context of legal responsibility and the provision of information.

    Spanish-English dictionary > responsabilidad legal

  • 549 sea como sea

    in any case
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    = be that as it may, at all costs, at any cost, at any price, come hell or high water
    Ex. Be that as it may, the fact is that there are tens of millions of MARC records in the world.
    Ex. This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex. Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex. The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    Ex. Come hell or high water, I'm going to stick to my guns and make this happen.
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    = be that as it may, at all costs, at any cost, at any price, come hell or high water

    Ex: Be that as it may, the fact is that there are tens of millions of MARC records in the world.

    Ex: This article presents a decalogue of a librarian's faults: a library for the benefit of librarians; a library for the benefit of the management; a drive to obtain new technology at all costs; egotism of departments; egotism of libraries; dictatorship instead of management; working 'in silence'; putting on blinkers; laissez-faire; and wasteful use of time, people and resources.
    Ex: Illegal work practices aimed at achieving economic success at any cost were widespread.
    Ex: The new law would scrap the existing anti-scalping law and allow tickets to be resold at any price.
    Ex: Come hell or high water, I'm going to stick to my guns and make this happen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sea como sea

  • 550 sentirse como en casa

    to feel at home
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    (v.) = feel + at home, feel like + home (away) from home
    Ex. The writer goes out of her way to make her meaning plain, and to achieve a level of language and simplicity of structure she assumes most of her intended readers will feel at home with.
    Ex. The apartment was full of character and it really felt like home away from home.
    * * *
    (v.) = feel + at home, feel like + home (away) from home

    Ex: The writer goes out of her way to make her meaning plain, and to achieve a level of language and simplicity of structure she assumes most of her intended readers will feel at home with.

    Ex: The apartment was full of character and it really felt like home away from home.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sentirse como en casa

  • 551 separación legal

    f.
    legal separation, limited divorce.
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    = separation from bed and board, a mensa et thoro
    Ex. Under classical canon law, a judicial separation `from bed and board' (a mensa et thoro) can be secured for adultery and heresy.
    Ex. Under classical canon law, a judicial separation `from bed and board' ( a mensa et thoro) can be secured for adultery and heresy.
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    = separation from bed and board, a mensa et thoro

    Ex: Under classical canon law, a judicial separation `from bed and board' (a mensa et thoro) can be secured for adultery and heresy.

    Ex: Under classical canon law, a judicial separation `from bed and board' ( a mensa et thoro) can be secured for adultery and heresy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > separación legal

  • 552 servicios mínimos

    masculino plural minimum o skeleton service
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    Ex. There will be a skeleton staff to ensure that services like power and refuse removal are maintained throughout the festive season holidays.
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    masculino plural minimum o skeleton service
    * * *

    Ex: There will be a skeleton staff to ensure that services like power and refuse removal are maintained throughout the festive season holidays.

    * * *
    skeleton service sg

    Spanish-English dictionary > servicios mínimos

  • 553 servicios sociales

    masculino plural social services (pl)
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    (n.) = human services, welfare services
    Ex. Information technology applications in human services will become increasingly integrated = Cada vez más las aplicaciones de la tecnología de la información se integrarán en los servicios sociales.
    Ex. The political focus in South Africa centres on the issue of its underdeveloped population, facets of which are income, housing, education and welfare services.
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    masculino plural social services (pl)
    * * *
    (n.) = human services, welfare services

    Ex: Information technology applications in human services will become increasingly integrated = Cada vez más las aplicaciones de la tecnología de la información se integrarán en los servicios sociales.

    Ex: The political focus in South Africa centres on the issue of its underdeveloped population, facets of which are income, housing, education and welfare services.

    Spanish-English dictionary > servicios sociales

  • 554 sistema legal, el

    (n.) = legal system, the
    Ex. It is concluded that although people idealize the legal system & would like to have faith in it as it now stands, they also see the system as inherently unfair.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sistema legal, el

  • 555 tal como

    conj.
    just as, just like.
    prep.
    same as, like, as, such as.
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    (ejemplos) such as 2 (de la misma manera) just as
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    = such as, such + Nombre + as, just as
    Ex. Indicative abstracts abound in phrases such as 'is discussed' or 'has been surveyed', but do not record the outcome of the discussion or survey.
    Ex. The construction of the hypothesis should be limited to such considerations as whether the subject heading list is designed to serve the general public or the scientific community, the adult or the juvenile user.
    Ex. Anything to demonize the West is ok in their book, just as it was during the cold war.
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    = such as, such + Nombre + as, just as

    Ex: Indicative abstracts abound in phrases such as 'is discussed' or 'has been surveyed', but do not record the outcome of the discussion or survey.

    Ex: The construction of the hypothesis should be limited to such considerations as whether the subject heading list is designed to serve the general public or the scientific community, the adult or the juvenile user.
    Ex: Anything to demonize the West is ok in their book, just as it was during the cold war.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tal como

  • 556 tan pronto como

    as soon as
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    = as soon as, just as soon as, no sooner... than
    Ex. It is essential that the central agency is able to provide records for new documents as soon as a librarian receives the document.
    Ex. The needs of business assured the advent of mass-produced arithmetical machines just as soon as production methods were sufficiently advanced.
    Ex. No sooner had the announcement been made by NASA than the astronomers were invited to join the company to continue their research.
    * * *
    = as soon as, just as soon as, no sooner... than

    Ex: It is essential that the central agency is able to provide records for new documents as soon as a librarian receives the document.

    Ex: The needs of business assured the advent of mass-produced arithmetical machines just as soon as production methods were sufficiently advanced.
    Ex: No sooner had the announcement been made by NASA than the astronomers were invited to join the company to continue their research.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tan pronto como

  • 557 temblar como una hoja

    to shake like a leaf
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    (v.) = shake like + a leaf, tremble like + a leaf
    Ex. 15 minutes later she was eating her breakfast like nothing ever happened, but I was shaking like a leaf.
    Ex. During the wedding ceremony he trembled like a leaf, and made the wrong responses to the clergyman.
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    (v.) = shake like + a leaf, tremble like + a leaf

    Ex: 15 minutes later she was eating her breakfast like nothing ever happened, but I was shaking like a leaf.

    Ex: During the wedding ceremony he trembled like a leaf, and made the wrong responses to the clergyman.

    Spanish-English dictionary > temblar como una hoja

  • 558 tutor legal

    m.
    legal guardian.
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    Ex. Thousands of children in California need legal guardians because their parents have died, abandoned them or are otherwise unable to care for them.
    * * *

    Ex: Thousands of children in California need legal guardians because their parents have died, abandoned them or are otherwise unable to care for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tutor legal

  • 559 vacío legal

    m.
    legal loophole, loophole.
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    (n.) = loophole, legal void
    Ex. Problems in compiling these include loopholes in the legal deposit law, material which is not printed (leaflets, posters, speeches), exempted material, and excluded material.
    Ex. However, in the ruling, the judge warned of a 'serious legal void' in the prosecution of digital crimes.
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    (n.) = loophole, legal void

    Ex: Problems in compiling these include loopholes in the legal deposit law, material which is not printed (leaflets, posters, speeches), exempted material, and excluded material.

    Ex: However, in the ruling, the judge warned of a 'serious legal void' in the prosecution of digital crimes.

    * * *
    (legal) loophole

    Spanish-English dictionary > vacío legal

  • 560 venir como anillo al dedo

    to be just what somebody needed, suit somebody fine
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    (v.) = be (right) up + Posesivo + alley, be + Posesivo + cup of tea, be right as rain, fit + the bill, be just the thing, be just the ticket, be just the job
    Ex. For them enough is never enough, and any kind of scam is right up their alley.
    Ex. As far as the younger generation is concerned, media is more their cup of tea than journalism.
    Ex. Essentially this novel is about being right as rain for nearly a whole lifetime in a country full of light and sun, and tremendous goodwill.
    Ex. Some individuals think making resources simply electronic fits the bill, while others feel a digital library is far loftier than this.
    Ex. What's obsolete in one department could be just the thing for another, and hand-me-down computers are becoming the next stop in sophisticated inventory management.
    Ex. Relaxing, joking and just being around guys and gals who are good-hearted people was just the ticket we needed.
    Ex. She came up with a detail from a recent painting which was just the job, and we agreed terms relatively quickly.
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    (v.) = be (right) up + Posesivo + alley, be + Posesivo + cup of tea, be right as rain, fit + the bill, be just the thing, be just the ticket, be just the job

    Ex: For them enough is never enough, and any kind of scam is right up their alley.

    Ex: As far as the younger generation is concerned, media is more their cup of tea than journalism.
    Ex: Essentially this novel is about being right as rain for nearly a whole lifetime in a country full of light and sun, and tremendous goodwill.
    Ex: Some individuals think making resources simply electronic fits the bill, while others feel a digital library is far loftier than this.
    Ex: What's obsolete in one department could be just the thing for another, and hand-me-down computers are becoming the next stop in sophisticated inventory management.
    Ex: Relaxing, joking and just being around guys and gals who are good-hearted people was just the ticket we needed.
    Ex: She came up with a detail from a recent painting which was just the job, and we agreed terms relatively quickly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > venir como anillo al dedo

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