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  • 381 costar un ojo de la cara

    familiar to cost an arm and a leg
    ————————
    to cost an arm and a leg
    * * *
    (v.) = cost + the earth, cost + an arm and a leg, cost + a pretty penny, cost + a fortune
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Athena: a Windows-based library system that does not cost the earth'.
    Ex. Mishaps can cost an arm and a leg without insurance cover.
    Ex. In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.
    Ex. Cheese on the other hand costs a fortune even if you make it yourself, unless you own a goat or a cow.
    * * *
    (v.) = cost + the earth, cost + an arm and a leg, cost + a pretty penny, cost + a fortune

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Athena: a Windows-based library system that does not cost the earth'.

    Ex: Mishaps can cost an arm and a leg without insurance cover.
    Ex: In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.
    Ex: Cheese on the other hand costs a fortune even if you make it yourself, unless you own a goat or a cow.

    Spanish-English dictionary > costar un ojo de la cara

  • 382 creación de servidor copia

    Ex. In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.
    * * *

    Ex: In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > creación de servidor copia

  • 383 creación de servidor espejo

    Ex. In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.
    * * *

    Ex: In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > creación de servidor espejo

  • 384 creación de servidor réplica

    Ex. In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.
    * * *

    Ex: In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > creación de servidor réplica

  • 385 creación de sitio espejo

    Ex. In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.
    * * *

    Ex: In particular, site mirroring can cost a pretty penny because it essentially duplicates a company's network architecture and needs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > creación de sitio espejo

  • 386 crear

    v.
    1 to create.
    me crea muchos problemas it gives me a lot of trouble, it causes me a lot of problems
    Picasso creó escuela Picasso's works have had a seminal influence
    Ricardo crea obras de arte Richard creates works of art.
    Ellas crean criaturas raras They create weird creatures.
    2 to invent.
    3 to found.
    4 to make, to make up.
    * * *
    1 (gen) to create
    2 (fundar) to found, establish; (partido) to set up
    3 (inventar) to invent
    1 to make, make for oneself
    2 (imaginarse) to imagine
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=hacer, producir) [+ obra, objeto, empleo] to create
    2) (=establecer) [+ comisión, comité, fondo, negocio, sistema] to set up; [+ asociación, cooperativa] to form, set up; [+ cargo, puesto] to create; [+ movimiento, organización] to create, establish, found

    ¿qué se necesita para crear una empresa? — what do you need in order to set up o start a business?

    aspiraban a crear un estado independientethey aimed to create o establish o found an independent state

    3) (=dar lugar a) [+ condiciones, clima, ambiente] to create; [+ problemas] to cause, create; [+ expectativas] to raise

    el vacío creado por su muertethe gap left o created by her death

    4) liter (=nombrar) to make, appoint
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) <obra/modelo/tendencia> to create, < producto> to develop
    b) < sistema> to create, establish, set up; < institución> to set up, create; <comisión/fondo> to set up; < empleo> to create; < ciudad> to build
    2) <dificultades/problemas> to cause, create; <ambiente/clima> to create; <fama/prestigio> to bring; < reputación> to earn
    2.
    crearse v pron < problema> to create... for oneself
    * * *
    = design (for/to), construct, create, engender, establish, fashion, forge, form, invent, set up, compose, originate, bring into + being, mint, found, institute, come into + existence, mother, come up with.
    Ex. In lists designed for international use a symbolic notation instead of textual notes may be used.
    Ex. The objective in executing these three stages is to construct a document profile which reflects its subject = El propósito de llevar a cabo estas tres etapas es elaborar un perfil documental que refleje su materia.
    Ex. National agencies creating MARC records use national standards within their own country, and re-format records to UNIMARC for international exchange.
    Ex. In addition to problems with new subjects which lacked 'accepted' or established names, this guiding principle engendered inconsistency in the form of headings.
    Ex. The intention is to establish a general framework, and then to give exceptions or further explanation and examples for each area in turn.
    Ex. The preliminary discussions and proposals which led up to the AACR, did start out with an attempt to fashion an ideology, a philosophical context, for those rules.
    Ex. This article calls on libraries to forge a renewed national commitment to cooperate in the building of a national information network for scholarly communications.
    Ex. Formed in 1969, the first operational system was implemented in 1972-3.
    Ex. Frequently, but not always, this same process will have been attempted by the author when inventing the title, and this explains why the title is often a useful aid to indexing.
    Ex. By imposing a ban one is only likely to set up antagonism and frustration which will turn against the very thing we are trying to encourage.
    Ex. There have never been any attempts to compose a bibliography of US government documents relating to international law.
    Ex. In the 'office of the present', a document is usually produced by several people: someone, say an administrator or manager, who originates and checks it, a typist, who prepares the text, and a draughtsman or artist who prepares the diagrams.
    Ex. MARC was brought into being originally to facilitate the creation of LC catalogue cards.
    Ex. The article 'The newly minted MLS: what do we need to know today?' describes the skills which, ideally, every US library school graduate should possess at the end of the 1990s.
    Ex. The earliest community information service in Australia dates from as recently as 1958 when Citizens' Advice Bureaux, modelled on their British namesake, were founded in Perth = El primer servicio de información ciudadana de Australia es reciente y data de 1958 cuando se creó en Perth la Oficina de Información al Ciudadano, a imitación de su homónima británica.
    Ex. The librarians have instituted a series of campaigns, including displays and leaflets on specific issues, eg family income supplement, rent and rates rebates, and school grants.
    Ex. Some university libraries have been built up over the centuries; others have come into existence over the last 40 years.
    Ex. Necessity mothers invention, and certainly invention in the presentation of books mothers surprised interest.
    Ex. Derfer corroborated her: 'I'd be very proud of you if you could come up with the means to draft a model collection development policy'.
    ----
    * crear adicción = be addictive.
    * crear alianzas = form + alliances, make + alliances.
    * crear apoyo = build + support.
    * crear canales para = establish + channels for.
    * crear con gran destreza = craft.
    * crear consenso = forge + consensus.
    * crear demanda = make + demand.
    * crear de nuevo = recreate [re-create].
    * crear desconfianza = create + distrust.
    * crear desesperación = yield + despair.
    * crear falsas ilusiones = create + false illusions.
    * crear interés = build + interest.
    * crear la ilusión = generate + illusion.
    * crear lazos = build up + links.
    * crear lazos afectivos = bond.
    * crear posibilidades = open + window, create + possibilities.
    * crear problemas = make + waves, build up + problems, make + trouble.
    * crear prototipos = prototype.
    * crear relaciones = structure + relationships.
    * crearse = build up, hew.
    * crearse el prestigio de ser = establish + a record as.
    * crear servidor web = put up + web site.
    * crearse una identidad = forge + identity.
    * crearse una vida = build + life.
    * crear una alianza = forge + alliance.
    * crear una base = form + a basis.
    * crear una buena impresión en = make + a good impression on.
    * crear una coalición = forge + coalition.
    * crear una colección = build + collection.
    * crear un acuerdo = work out + agreement.
    * crear una familia = have + a family.
    * crear una ilusión = create + illusion.
    * crear una imagen = build + an image, create + image, summon up + image.
    * crear una injusticia = create + injustice.
    * crear una marca de identidad = branding.
    * crear una ocasión = create + opportunity.
    * crear una preocupación = create + concern.
    * crear una situación = create + a situation.
    * crear un clima = promote + climate.
    * crear un comité = set up + committee.
    * crear un entorno = create + an environment.
    * crear un equilibrio = establish + a balance.
    * crear un fondo común de conocimientos = pool + knowledge.
    * crear un fondo común de experiencias profesionales = pool + expertise.
    * crear un grupo = set up + group.
    * crear un índice = generate + index.
    * crear un mercado para = produce + a market for.
    * crear un perfil = compile + profile, formulate + profile.
    * crear un servidor web = open up + web site.
    * crear vínculos = build up + links.
    * crear vínculos afectivos = bond.
    * oposición + crear = opposition + line up.
    * que crea adicción = addictive.
    * que crea hábito = addictive.
    * volver a crear = recreate [re-create].
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) <obra/modelo/tendencia> to create, < producto> to develop
    b) < sistema> to create, establish, set up; < institución> to set up, create; <comisión/fondo> to set up; < empleo> to create; < ciudad> to build
    2) <dificultades/problemas> to cause, create; <ambiente/clima> to create; <fama/prestigio> to bring; < reputación> to earn
    2.
    crearse v pron < problema> to create... for oneself
    * * *
    = design (for/to), construct, create, engender, establish, fashion, forge, form, invent, set up, compose, originate, bring into + being, mint, found, institute, come into + existence, mother, come up with.

    Ex: In lists designed for international use a symbolic notation instead of textual notes may be used.

    Ex: The objective in executing these three stages is to construct a document profile which reflects its subject = El propósito de llevar a cabo estas tres etapas es elaborar un perfil documental que refleje su materia.
    Ex: National agencies creating MARC records use national standards within their own country, and re-format records to UNIMARC for international exchange.
    Ex: In addition to problems with new subjects which lacked 'accepted' or established names, this guiding principle engendered inconsistency in the form of headings.
    Ex: The intention is to establish a general framework, and then to give exceptions or further explanation and examples for each area in turn.
    Ex: The preliminary discussions and proposals which led up to the AACR, did start out with an attempt to fashion an ideology, a philosophical context, for those rules.
    Ex: This article calls on libraries to forge a renewed national commitment to cooperate in the building of a national information network for scholarly communications.
    Ex: Formed in 1969, the first operational system was implemented in 1972-3.
    Ex: Frequently, but not always, this same process will have been attempted by the author when inventing the title, and this explains why the title is often a useful aid to indexing.
    Ex: By imposing a ban one is only likely to set up antagonism and frustration which will turn against the very thing we are trying to encourage.
    Ex: There have never been any attempts to compose a bibliography of US government documents relating to international law.
    Ex: In the 'office of the present', a document is usually produced by several people: someone, say an administrator or manager, who originates and checks it, a typist, who prepares the text, and a draughtsman or artist who prepares the diagrams.
    Ex: MARC was brought into being originally to facilitate the creation of LC catalogue cards.
    Ex: The article 'The newly minted MLS: what do we need to know today?' describes the skills which, ideally, every US library school graduate should possess at the end of the 1990s.
    Ex: The earliest community information service in Australia dates from as recently as 1958 when Citizens' Advice Bureaux, modelled on their British namesake, were founded in Perth = El primer servicio de información ciudadana de Australia es reciente y data de 1958 cuando se creó en Perth la Oficina de Información al Ciudadano, a imitación de su homónima británica.
    Ex: The librarians have instituted a series of campaigns, including displays and leaflets on specific issues, eg family income supplement, rent and rates rebates, and school grants.
    Ex: Some university libraries have been built up over the centuries; others have come into existence over the last 40 years.
    Ex: Necessity mothers invention, and certainly invention in the presentation of books mothers surprised interest.
    Ex: Derfer corroborated her: 'I'd be very proud of you if you could come up with the means to draft a model collection development policy'.
    * crear adicción = be addictive.
    * crear alianzas = form + alliances, make + alliances.
    * crear apoyo = build + support.
    * crear canales para = establish + channels for.
    * crear con gran destreza = craft.
    * crear consenso = forge + consensus.
    * crear demanda = make + demand.
    * crear de nuevo = recreate [re-create].
    * crear desconfianza = create + distrust.
    * crear desesperación = yield + despair.
    * crear falsas ilusiones = create + false illusions.
    * crear interés = build + interest.
    * crear la ilusión = generate + illusion.
    * crear lazos = build up + links.
    * crear lazos afectivos = bond.
    * crear posibilidades = open + window, create + possibilities.
    * crear problemas = make + waves, build up + problems, make + trouble.
    * crear prototipos = prototype.
    * crear relaciones = structure + relationships.
    * crearse = build up, hew.
    * crearse el prestigio de ser = establish + a record as.
    * crear servidor web = put up + web site.
    * crearse una identidad = forge + identity.
    * crearse una vida = build + life.
    * crear una alianza = forge + alliance.
    * crear una base = form + a basis.
    * crear una buena impresión en = make + a good impression on.
    * crear una coalición = forge + coalition.
    * crear una colección = build + collection.
    * crear un acuerdo = work out + agreement.
    * crear una familia = have + a family.
    * crear una ilusión = create + illusion.
    * crear una imagen = build + an image, create + image, summon up + image.
    * crear una injusticia = create + injustice.
    * crear una marca de identidad = branding.
    * crear una ocasión = create + opportunity.
    * crear una preocupación = create + concern.
    * crear una situación = create + a situation.
    * crear un clima = promote + climate.
    * crear un comité = set up + committee.
    * crear un entorno = create + an environment.
    * crear un equilibrio = establish + a balance.
    * crear un fondo común de conocimientos = pool + knowledge.
    * crear un fondo común de experiencias profesionales = pool + expertise.
    * crear un grupo = set up + group.
    * crear un índice = generate + index.
    * crear un mercado para = produce + a market for.
    * crear un perfil = compile + profile, formulate + profile.
    * crear un servidor web = open up + web site.
    * crear vínculos = build up + links.
    * crear vínculos afectivos = bond.
    * oposición + crear = opposition + line up.
    * que crea adicción = addictive.
    * que crea hábito = addictive.
    * volver a crear = recreate [re-create].

    * * *
    crear [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹obra/modelo› to create; ‹tendencia› to create
    crear una nueva imagen para el producto to create a new image for the product
    crearon un producto revolucionario they developed o created a revolutionary product
    2 ‹sistema› to create, establish, set up; ‹institución› to set up, create; ‹comisión/fondo› to set up; ‹empleo› to create
    crearon una ciudad en pleno desierto they built a city in the middle of the desert
    B ‹dificultades/problemas› to cause, create; ‹ambiente/clima› to create; ‹fama/prestigio› to bring; ‹reputación› to earn
    su arrogancia le creó muchas enemistades his arrogance made him many enemies
    no quiero crear falsas expectativas en mis alumnos I don't want to raise false hopes among my students, I don't want to give my students false hopes
    se crea muchas dificultades he creates o makes a lot of problems for himself
    ¿para qué te creas más trabajo? why make more work for yourself?
    será difícil llenar el vacío creado con su desaparición it will be difficult to fill the gap left by his death
    * * *

     

    crear ( conjugate crear) verbo transitivo
    to create;
    producto to develop;
    institución/comisión/fondo to set up;
    fama/prestigio to bring;
    reputación to earn;
    crea muchos problemas it causes o creates a lot of problems;

    no quiero crear falsas expectativas I don't want to raise false hopes
    crearse verbo pronominal ‹ problemato create … for oneself;

    enemigos to make
    crear verbo transitivo to create
    ' crear' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    falsificar
    - hacer
    - ilusionar
    - infundio
    - rompecabezas
    - constituir
    - formar
    - meter
    English:
    boat
    - bonding
    - create
    - fashion
    - never-never land
    - rapport
    - stage
    - afoot
    - develop
    - devise
    - disrupt
    - establish
    - illusion
    - set
    - you
    * * *
    vt
    1. [hacer, producir, originar] to create;
    crear empleo/riqueza to create jobs/wealth;
    han creado un nuevo ministerio para él they have created a new ministry for him;
    me crea muchos problemas it gives me a lot of trouble, it causes me a lot of problems;
    Picasso creó escuela Picasso's works have had a seminal influence
    2. [inventar] to invent;
    [poema, sinfonía] to compose, to write; [cuadro] to paint
    3. [fundar] to found
    * * *
    v/t create; empresa set up
    * * *
    crear vt
    1) : to create, to cause
    2) : to originate
    * * *
    crear vb
    1. (en general) to create
    2. (comité, empresa, etc) to set up

    Spanish-English dictionary > crear

  • 387 crear un entorno

    (v.) = create + an environment
    Ex. Advances in computer and network technologies have created an environment in which the fundamental nature of publishing is changing.
    * * *
    (v.) = create + an environment

    Ex: Advances in computer and network technologies have created an environment in which the fundamental nature of publishing is changing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > crear un entorno

  • 388 criticar

    v.
    1 to criticize.
    Su padre criticó su vestimenta Her father criticized her clothes.
    María critica cuando siente envidia Mary criticizes when she feels envy.
    El profesor criticó su proceder The teacher criticized his behavior.
    2 to review (enjuiciar) (literatura, arte).
    3 to gossip.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ SACAR], like link=sacar sacar
    1 to criticize
    1 (murmurar) to gossip
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=censurar) to criticize
    2) (=hablar mal)

    siempre está criticando a la gente — he's always criticizing people, he's always finding fault with people

    3) (Arte, Literat, Teat) [+ libro, obra] to review
    2.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) (atacar, censurar) to criticize
    b) (Art, Espec, Lit) <libro/película> to review
    2.
    criticar vi to gossip, backbite
    * * *
    = come under + criticism, condemn, criticise [criticize, -USA], decry, find + fault with, put down, take + Nombre + to task, deprecate, castigate, speak against, chide, censure, berate, critique, bash, raise + criticism, come under + attack, pick on, go to + bat against, chastise, carp, damn, recreminate, reprove, reproach, single out for + criticism, slam, take + a swat at, chew + Nombre + up, roast, give + Nombre + a good roasting.
    Ex. In the 2nd period, 1912-1933, the methods and direction of the movement came under criticism from socialists and educationalists, and a heated debate ensued.
    Ex. It must, however, also be considered as a major source of the 'subject index illusion' so trenchantly condemned by Bliss, as mentioned below.
    Ex. AACR2 has been criticised on the grounds that it does not identify the cataloguing unit to which the rules refer.
    Ex. Dick decried the feeling among some scholarly publishers that there is no link between scholarly researchers, publishers, and the library.
    Ex. I will add that since I have been working with the access LC provides to materials on women, a basic fault that I have found with LC subject cataloging is the absence of specificity.
    Ex. 'Specifically, I'm told you delight in putting down the professional'.
    Ex. I am frequently taken to task as someone who would try to destroy the integrity of certain catalogs on the West Coast.
    Ex. In these instances, it is important to avoid putting one's colleagues in another unit on the defensive or deprecating another unit to a patron.
    Ex. In his report, one of the few really inspiring documents to have come out of librarianship, McColvin castigated the standards of cataloguing and classification he found.
    Ex. As a result public libraries came into disrepute and even today authorities speak against them.
    Ex. Some authors of papers lament the lack of a philosophy and gently chide librarians for the 'simplicity of their pragmatism'.
    Ex. This agreement must build in incentives to participating libraries as well as methods of censuring those participants which do not fulfil their obligations to the other participating libraries in the network = Este acuerdo debe incorporar incentivos para las bibliotecas participantes así cómo la forma de llamarle la atención a aquellos participantes que no cumplan sus obligaciones con las otras bibliotecas de la red.
    Ex. Unfortunately, many of the writers are simply berating the current situation, holding to rather ancient models of mass culture.
    Ex. This paper critiques the jurisprudential assumptions upon which legal resources are created, materials are collected, and research practices are justified.
    Ex. Newspapers took advantage of the accident to attack or ' bash' the nuclear industry or nuclear power in general.
    Ex. The author raises some criticisms of the international standard ISO 2709.
    Ex. This bipartite approach has recently come under heavy attack.
    Ex. By the way, here I have stolen a phrase from the Library of Congress, not to pick on this wonderful institution, but because its mission statement resonates with a number of individuals like me, who work in research libraries.
    Ex. The article has the title 'The minority press goes to bat against segregated baseball'.
    Ex. The profession should cease practising the amateurism for which it chastises employers who have untrained persons trying to function as librarians.
    Ex. You who carped that the 007 films had devolved into a catalog of fresh gadgets and stale puns, eat crow.
    Ex. The play is damned by the critics but packs in the crowds and the producers may be upset by the adverse criticisms but they can, as the saying goes, cry all the way to the bank.
    Ex. Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote: 'Experience informs us that the first defense of weak minds is to recriminate'.
    Ex. The person reproving his friend must understand that before he can reprove someone else, he must first reprove himself.
    Ex. The Governor, it is learnt, sternly reproached the party for putting the public to inconvenience for the last two days.
    Ex. Though what exactly constitutes moral decay is debatable, one group traditionally has been singled out for criticism, namely young people.
    Ex. Britain's top cop was today slammed for leaving three white detectives 'hanging out to dry' after they were wrongly accused of racism.
    Ex. I get pretty tired of ignorant people taking swats at the Catholic religion for 'worshiping statues'.
    Ex. A war of words went up when Jewish zealots redacted out this or that word or phrase in order to deny Joshua, and the Christians chewed them up for it.
    Ex. The critics, however, roasted her for playing a tragic French heroine with a flat Midwestern accent.
    Ex. What impressed me was that the rest of the board gave him a good roasting for wasting peoples time.
    ----
    * criticar a = fulminate about, level + criticism at.
    * criticar a Alguien a sus espaldas = cut + Nombre + up + behind + Posesivo + back.
    * criticar duramente = tear + Nombre + to shreds, slate, flail away at.
    * criticar las ideas de Alguien = trample on + Posesivo + ideas.
    * ser criticado = come under + fire.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) (atacar, censurar) to criticize
    b) (Art, Espec, Lit) <libro/película> to review
    2.
    criticar vi to gossip, backbite
    * * *
    = come under + criticism, condemn, criticise [criticize, -USA], decry, find + fault with, put down, take + Nombre + to task, deprecate, castigate, speak against, chide, censure, berate, critique, bash, raise + criticism, come under + attack, pick on, go to + bat against, chastise, carp, damn, recreminate, reprove, reproach, single out for + criticism, slam, take + a swat at, chew + Nombre + up, roast, give + Nombre + a good roasting.

    Ex: In the 2nd period, 1912-1933, the methods and direction of the movement came under criticism from socialists and educationalists, and a heated debate ensued.

    Ex: It must, however, also be considered as a major source of the 'subject index illusion' so trenchantly condemned by Bliss, as mentioned below.
    Ex: AACR2 has been criticised on the grounds that it does not identify the cataloguing unit to which the rules refer.
    Ex: Dick decried the feeling among some scholarly publishers that there is no link between scholarly researchers, publishers, and the library.
    Ex: I will add that since I have been working with the access LC provides to materials on women, a basic fault that I have found with LC subject cataloging is the absence of specificity.
    Ex: 'Specifically, I'm told you delight in putting down the professional'.
    Ex: I am frequently taken to task as someone who would try to destroy the integrity of certain catalogs on the West Coast.
    Ex: In these instances, it is important to avoid putting one's colleagues in another unit on the defensive or deprecating another unit to a patron.
    Ex: In his report, one of the few really inspiring documents to have come out of librarianship, McColvin castigated the standards of cataloguing and classification he found.
    Ex: As a result public libraries came into disrepute and even today authorities speak against them.
    Ex: Some authors of papers lament the lack of a philosophy and gently chide librarians for the 'simplicity of their pragmatism'.
    Ex: This agreement must build in incentives to participating libraries as well as methods of censuring those participants which do not fulfil their obligations to the other participating libraries in the network = Este acuerdo debe incorporar incentivos para las bibliotecas participantes así cómo la forma de llamarle la atención a aquellos participantes que no cumplan sus obligaciones con las otras bibliotecas de la red.
    Ex: Unfortunately, many of the writers are simply berating the current situation, holding to rather ancient models of mass culture.
    Ex: This paper critiques the jurisprudential assumptions upon which legal resources are created, materials are collected, and research practices are justified.
    Ex: Newspapers took advantage of the accident to attack or ' bash' the nuclear industry or nuclear power in general.
    Ex: The author raises some criticisms of the international standard ISO 2709.
    Ex: This bipartite approach has recently come under heavy attack.
    Ex: By the way, here I have stolen a phrase from the Library of Congress, not to pick on this wonderful institution, but because its mission statement resonates with a number of individuals like me, who work in research libraries.
    Ex: The article has the title 'The minority press goes to bat against segregated baseball'.
    Ex: The profession should cease practising the amateurism for which it chastises employers who have untrained persons trying to function as librarians.
    Ex: You who carped that the 007 films had devolved into a catalog of fresh gadgets and stale puns, eat crow.
    Ex: The play is damned by the critics but packs in the crowds and the producers may be upset by the adverse criticisms but they can, as the saying goes, cry all the way to the bank.
    Ex: Samuel Taylor Coleridge wrote: 'Experience informs us that the first defense of weak minds is to recriminate'.
    Ex: The person reproving his friend must understand that before he can reprove someone else, he must first reprove himself.
    Ex: The Governor, it is learnt, sternly reproached the party for putting the public to inconvenience for the last two days.
    Ex: Though what exactly constitutes moral decay is debatable, one group traditionally has been singled out for criticism, namely young people.
    Ex: Britain's top cop was today slammed for leaving three white detectives 'hanging out to dry' after they were wrongly accused of racism.
    Ex: I get pretty tired of ignorant people taking swats at the Catholic religion for 'worshiping statues'.
    Ex: A war of words went up when Jewish zealots redacted out this or that word or phrase in order to deny Joshua, and the Christians chewed them up for it.
    Ex: The critics, however, roasted her for playing a tragic French heroine with a flat Midwestern accent.
    Ex: What impressed me was that the rest of the board gave him a good roasting for wasting peoples time.
    * criticar a = fulminate about, level + criticism at.
    * criticar a Alguien a sus espaldas = cut + Nombre + up + behind + Posesivo + back.
    * criticar duramente = tear + Nombre + to shreds, slate, flail away at.
    * criticar las ideas de Alguien = trample on + Posesivo + ideas.
    * ser criticado = come under + fire.

    * * *
    criticar [A2 ]
    vt
    1 (atacar) to criticize
    una postura que fue muy criticada por los ecologistas a position which came in for fierce criticism from o which was fiercely criticized by ecologists
    criticó duramente a los especuladores he strongly attacked o criticized the speculators
    un proyecto muy criticado a plan which has been heavily criticized o which has come in for a lot of criticism
    2 (hablar mal de) to criticize
    tú no hace falta que la critiques porque eres igual de egoísta que ella you're in no position to criticize o ( colloq) you can't talk, you're just as selfish as she is
    3 ( Art, Espec, Lit) ‹libro/película› to review
    ■ criticar
    vi
    to gossip, backbite
    * * *

     

    criticar ( conjugate criticar) verbo transitivo

    b) (Art, Espec, Lit) ‹libro/película to review

    verbo intransitivo
    to gossip, backbite
    criticar
    I verbo transitivo to criticize
    II verbo intransitivo (murmurar) to gossip
    ' criticar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    censurar
    - dedicarse
    - desollar
    - despellejar
    - tralla
    - vapulear
    - arremeter
    - murmurar
    - rajar
    - sino
    English:
    attack
    - carp
    - critical
    - criticize
    - fault
    - knock
    - pan
    - pick on
    - run down
    - slam
    - slate
    - get
    - run
    * * *
    1. [censurar] to criticize
    2. [enjuiciar] [literatura, arte] to review
    * * *
    v/t criticize
    * * *
    criticar {72} vt
    : to criticize
    * * *
    1. (en general) to criticize
    2. (cotillear) to gossip

    Spanish-English dictionary > criticar

  • 389 cronograma2

    2 = timeline [time line], time scale [timescale], time frame [timeframe], schedule.
    Ex. This article describes a city-wide communications network, looks behind the scenes at how it was developed, and summarises what was learned from creating the system on a tight timeline.
    Ex. An appendix outlines the timescale of the whole project.
    Ex. This not only gives the decision maker an idea of the time frame involved but also aids in identifying potential weaknesses.
    Ex. The head librarian had set up a timetable of activities for her in advance and topics and schedules for the courses she would teach at the library school.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cronograma2

  • 390 cronología

    f.
    1 chronology, description and record of past times, time history, chronography.
    2 chronology, science of classifying and recording past events.
    * * *
    1 chronology
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino chronology
    * * *
    = chronology, timeline [time line].
    Ex. This article provides a chronology of key developments in the evolution of standards for archival description = Este artículo presenta una cronología de los avances más importantes en la evolución de las normas para la descripción de documentos de archivo.
    Ex. This article describes a city-wide communications network, looks behind the scenes at how it was developed, and summarises what was learned from creating the system on a tight timeline.
    * * *
    femenino chronology
    * * *
    = chronology, timeline [time line].

    Ex: This article provides a chronology of key developments in the evolution of standards for archival description = Este artículo presenta una cronología de los avances más importantes en la evolución de las normas para la descripción de documentos de archivo.

    Ex: This article describes a city-wide communications network, looks behind the scenes at how it was developed, and summarises what was learned from creating the system on a tight timeline.

    * * *
    chronology
    * * *

    cronología sustantivo femenino
    chronology
    cronología sustantivo femenino chronology
    ' cronología' also found in these entries:
    English:
    chronology
    * * *
    chronology
    * * *
    f chronology
    * * *
    : chronology

    Spanish-English dictionary > cronología

  • 391 cuestión económica

    (n.) = economic issue, financial issue
    Ex. Economic issues are of paramount importance, with the network's potential for public use and benefit being secondary.
    Ex. Financial issues are royalties, pricing, publisher priorities, and vendor policies on depth of coverage.
    * * *
    (n.) = economic issue, financial issue

    Ex: Economic issues are of paramount importance, with the network's potential for public use and benefit being secondary.

    Ex: Financial issues are royalties, pricing, publisher priorities, and vendor policies on depth of coverage.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuestión económica

  • 392 cumplir con una obligación

    (v.) = live up to + Posesivo + obligation, fulfil + obligation, honour + obligation
    Ex. Danish libraries must include video in their services if they wish to live up to their obligation as regards giving users the possibility of personal enrichment = Las bibliotecas danesas deben incluir el vídeo en sus servicios si desean cumplir con su oblicación de dar a los usuarios la posibilidad del enriquecimiento personal.
    Ex. This agreement must build in incentives to participating libraries as well as methods of censuring those participants which do not fulfil their obligations to the other participating libraries in the network = Este acuerdo debe incorporar incentivos para las bibliotecas participantes así cómo la forma de llamarle la atención a aquellos participantes que no cumplan sus obligaciones con las otras bibliotecas de la red.
    Ex. According to the market regulator, the traders would be required to mandatorily honour the obligation of delivering the shares at the time of settlement.
    * * *
    (v.) = live up to + Posesivo + obligation, fulfil + obligation, honour + obligation

    Ex: Danish libraries must include video in their services if they wish to live up to their obligation as regards giving users the possibility of personal enrichment = Las bibliotecas danesas deben incluir el vídeo en sus servicios si desean cumplir con su oblicación de dar a los usuarios la posibilidad del enriquecimiento personal.

    Ex: This agreement must build in incentives to participating libraries as well as methods of censuring those participants which do not fulfil their obligations to the other participating libraries in the network = Este acuerdo debe incorporar incentivos para las bibliotecas participantes así cómo la forma de llamarle la atención a aquellos participantes que no cumplan sus obligaciones con las otras bibliotecas de la red.
    Ex: According to the market regulator, the traders would be required to mandatorily honour the obligation of delivering the shares at the time of settlement.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cumplir con una obligación

  • 393 círculo

    m.
    1 circle, round, gyre.
    2 circle of people, clan, clique, circle.
    3 ring, circle, closed round enclosure, arena.
    4 cycle, circle, orbit.
    5 circlet, circle.
    * * *
    1 (gen) circle
    2 (asociación) club, circle
    1 (ambientes) circles
    \
    círculo familiar family circle
    círculo polar antártico Antarctic Circle
    círculo polar ártico Arctic Circle
    círculo vicioso figurado vicious circle
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=circunferencia) circle

    círculo de giro, círculo de viraje — turning circle

    2) (=grupo) circle
    3) (=club) club
    4) (=campo) scope, compass, extent
    * * *
    1)
    a) (Mat) circle
    b) ( circunferencia) circle
    2)
    a) ( grupo) circle
    b) (ambiente, esfera) circle
    * * *
    = circle, ring, loop.
    Ex. The sets of documents indexed under the two index terms A and B are each represented by a circle.
    Ex. This is a sort of microform measles appearing as minute reddish rings.
    Ex. Let us empower ourselves to bring those persons who cannot read, or those with a low level of literacy, or those who have been locked out of the information cycle, into the literacy loop.
    ----
    * círculo académico = educational circle, academic circle.
    * círculo cerrado de gente = clique.
    * círculo concéntrico = concentric circle.
    * círculo de amigos = circle of friends.
    * círculo de artistas = artists' circle.
    * círculo de expertos = network.
    * círculo de lectores = book club, readership.
    * círculo de personas afines e influyentes = network.
    * círculo de poder = circle of power.
    * círculo de usuarios = circle of users.
    * círculo literario = literary circle.
    * círculo ovalado = oval.
    * círculo polar ártico, el = Arctic Circle, the.
    * Círculo Polar, el = Polar Circle, the.
    * círculo profesional = network.
    * círculos de Euler = Euler circles.
    * círculo vicioso = vicious circle.
    * convertirse en un círculo vicioso = become + circular.
    * cuadrar el círculo = square + the circle.
    * en los círculos bibliotecarios = in library circles.
    * intentar lograr la cuadratura del círculo = square + the circle.
    * marcar con un círculo = encircle, circle.
    * poner un círculo alrededor = circle.
    * rodear con un círculo = encircle, circle.
    * salir del círculo = break out of + circle.
    * señalar con un círculo = circle.
    * ser como un círculo = wrap around.
    * trazar un círculo alrededor = circle.
    * * *
    1)
    a) (Mat) circle
    b) ( circunferencia) circle
    2)
    a) ( grupo) circle
    b) (ambiente, esfera) circle
    * * *
    = circle, ring, loop.

    Ex: The sets of documents indexed under the two index terms A and B are each represented by a circle.

    Ex: This is a sort of microform measles appearing as minute reddish rings.
    Ex: Let us empower ourselves to bring those persons who cannot read, or those with a low level of literacy, or those who have been locked out of the information cycle, into the literacy loop.
    * círculo académico = educational circle, academic circle.
    * círculo cerrado de gente = clique.
    * círculo concéntrico = concentric circle.
    * círculo de amigos = circle of friends.
    * círculo de artistas = artists' circle.
    * círculo de expertos = network.
    * círculo de lectores = book club, readership.
    * círculo de personas afines e influyentes = network.
    * círculo de poder = circle of power.
    * círculo de usuarios = circle of users.
    * círculo literario = literary circle.
    * círculo ovalado = oval.
    * círculo polar ártico, el = Arctic Circle, the.
    * Círculo Polar, el = Polar Circle, the.
    * círculo profesional = network.
    * círculos de Euler = Euler circles.
    * círculo vicioso = vicious circle.
    * convertirse en un círculo vicioso = become + circular.
    * cuadrar el círculo = square + the circle.
    * en los círculos bibliotecarios = in library circles.
    * intentar lograr la cuadratura del círculo = square + the circle.
    * marcar con un círculo = encircle, circle.
    * poner un círculo alrededor = circle.
    * rodear con un círculo = encircle, circle.
    * salir del círculo = break out of + circle.
    * señalar con un círculo = circle.
    * ser como un círculo = wrap around.
    * trazar un círculo alrededor = circle.

    * * *
    A
    1 ( Mat) circle
    coloca las mesas en círculo arrange the tables in a circle
    Compuestos:
    turning circle
    turning circle
    great circle
    Antarctic Circle
    Arctic Circle
    vicious circle
    B
    1 (grupo) circle
    2 (ambiente, esfera) circle
    en (los) círculos teatrales in theatrical circles
    3
    (asociación): el círculo francés the French Society o Club
    círculo de Bellas Artes Fine Arts Association o Society
    * * *

    Del verbo circular: ( conjugate circular)

    circulo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    circuló es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    circular    
    círculo
    circular 1 adjetivo
    circular;

    ■ sustantivo femenino
    circular
    circular 2 ( conjugate circular) verbo intransitivo
    a) [sangre/savia] to circulate, flow;

    [agua/corriente] to flow
    b) [transeúnte/peatón] to walk;

    ( referido al tráfico):

    c) [autobús/tren] ( estar de servicio) to run, operate

    d) [dinero/billete/sello] to be in circulation

    e) [noticia/rumor/memo] to circulate, go around

    verbo transitivo
    to circulate
    círculo sustantivo masculino


    en (los) círculos teatrales in theatrical circles;
    Ccírculo Polar Antártico/Ártico Antarctic/Arctic Circle;
    círculo vicioso vicious circle

    círculo de Bellas Artes Fine Arts Association o Society

    circular
    I adj (con forma de círculo) circular
    II f (notificación) circular
    III verbo intransitivo
    1 (la sangre) to circulate
    (un líquido, el aire) to flow
    2 (tren, autobús) to run: los coches circulaban a gran velocidad, the cars were being driven very fast
    (un peatón) to walk: peatón, circule por la izquierda, (en letrero) pedestrians, keep left
    3 fig (difundirse un rumor) to go round
    (moneda) to be in circulation
    círculo sustantivo masculino
    1 Geom circle
    2 (social) circle
    su círculo de amigos, her friends
    ' círculo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    circular
    - intimidad
    - polar
    - redondel
    - viciosa
    - vicioso
    - ámbito
    - corro
    - en
    - formar
    - medio
    - periferia
    - rosca
    English:
    Arctic Circle
    - catch 22
    - circle
    - ring
    - shape
    - vicious circle
    - Antarctic
    - Arctic
    - bee
    - round
    - vicious
    * * *
    1. [figura] circle;
    pusieron las sillas en círculo they put the chairs in a circle
    Dep círculo central centre circle;
    círculo polar polar circle;
    el Círculo Polar Antártico the Antarctic Circle;
    el Círculo Polar Ártico the Arctic Circle;
    círculo vicioso vicious circle
    2. [grupo de personas] circle;
    invitó a todo el círculo de sus amistades she invited all her friends;
    círculos económicos/políticos economic/political circles
    círculo de lectores book club
    3. [asociación] club, association;
    Círculo de Empresarios businessmen's association
    * * *
    m
    1 MAT circle
    2
    :
    en círculos artísticos in artistic circles
    * * *
    1) : circle
    2) : club, group
    * * *
    círculo n circle

    Spanish-English dictionary > círculo

  • 394 círculo de expertos

    (n.) = network
    Ex. Some of the barriers faced by women seeking senior international appointments are: glass ceiling; trailing spouse; career vs. long term relationship and children; lack of mentors; tokenism; and exclusion from networks.
    * * *
    (n.) = network

    Ex: Some of the barriers faced by women seeking senior international appointments are: glass ceiling; trailing spouse; career vs. long term relationship and children; lack of mentors; tokenism; and exclusion from networks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > círculo de expertos

  • 395 círculo de personas afines e influyentes

    (n.) = network
    Ex. Some of the barriers faced by women seeking senior international appointments are: glass ceiling; trailing spouse; career vs. long term relationship and children; lack of mentors; tokenism; and exclusion from networks.
    * * *
    (n.) = network

    Ex: Some of the barriers faced by women seeking senior international appointments are: glass ceiling; trailing spouse; career vs. long term relationship and children; lack of mentors; tokenism; and exclusion from networks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > círculo de personas afines e influyentes

  • 396 círculo profesional

    (n.) = network
    Ex. Some of the barriers faced by women seeking senior international appointments are: glass ceiling; trailing spouse; career vs. long term relationship and children; lack of mentors; tokenism; and exclusion from networks.
    * * *
    (n.) = network

    Ex: Some of the barriers faced by women seeking senior international appointments are: glass ceiling; trailing spouse; career vs. long term relationship and children; lack of mentors; tokenism; and exclusion from networks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > círculo profesional

  • 397 córtex visual

    m.
    visual cortex.
    * * *
    Ex. The cortical network that supports reading seems to comprise components of the visual cortex of both hemispheres before it lateralizes to the left hemisphere.
    * * *

    Ex: The cortical network that supports reading seems to comprise components of the visual cortex of both hemispheres before it lateralizes to the left hemisphere.

    Spanish-English dictionary > córtex visual

  • 398 dar forma

    (v.) = become + cast, give + shape, shape, mould [mold, -USA], inform
    Ex. Any action that is repeated frequently become cast into a pattern which can be reproduced with an economy of effort which, ipso facto, is apprehended by its performer as a pattern.
    Ex. If his decision is to ask about his need, then it becomes necessary to give it a sharper intellectual shape, to describe it in words, and to formulate it as a question.
    Ex. A dynamic information centre has to satisfy 2 types of enquiry -- single requests for information and enquiries on standing order -- each contributing to and shaping the information network.
    Ex. For storytelling and reading aloud are performance arts: They involve a script (even when the words are improvised on the spot), an interpreter (the teller or reader), and an audience, and as in all performances, the audience plays a part in molding the finished work.
    Ex. In so far as it embodies moral intelligence and psychic insight it may inform the moral will, be 'the soul of our moral being'.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + cast, give + shape, shape, mould [mold, -USA], inform

    Ex: Any action that is repeated frequently become cast into a pattern which can be reproduced with an economy of effort which, ipso facto, is apprehended by its performer as a pattern.

    Ex: If his decision is to ask about his need, then it becomes necessary to give it a sharper intellectual shape, to describe it in words, and to formulate it as a question.
    Ex: A dynamic information centre has to satisfy 2 types of enquiry -- single requests for information and enquiries on standing order -- each contributing to and shaping the information network.
    Ex: For storytelling and reading aloud are performance arts: They involve a script (even when the words are improvised on the spot), an interpreter (the teller or reader), and an audience, and as in all performances, the audience plays a part in molding the finished work.
    Ex: In so far as it embodies moral intelligence and psychic insight it may inform the moral will, be 'the soul of our moral being'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar forma

  • 399 dar la enhorabuena

    (v.) = give + congratulations
    Ex. Particular congratulations are also given to the 73 public libraries which have joined the Scottish Library Network.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + congratulations

    Ex: Particular congratulations are also given to the 73 public libraries which have joined the Scottish Library Network.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar la enhorabuena

  • 400 dar pereza

    v.
    to feel lazy about.
    Me dio pereza mi tarea I felt lazy about my homework.
    Me dio pereza I felt lazy.
    * * *
    = can't/couldn't be bothered
    Ex. Consider for example, a teacher who doesn't change his password (ever!) or can't be bothered to log out, all the firewalls and antivirus programs in the world will not protect a school's network.
    * * *
    = can't/couldn't be bothered

    Ex: Consider for example, a teacher who doesn't change his password (ever!) or can't be bothered to log out, all the firewalls and antivirus programs in the world will not protect a school's network.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar pereza

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