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  • 1 constantemente

    adv.
    1 constantly, firmly, unalterably.
    2 evidently, undoubtedly.
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    1 constantly
    la gente entraba y salía constantemente people were constantly going in and out, people kept going in and out all the time
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    = consistently, constantly, steadily, continually, persistently, hourly, all the way through, day in and day out, permanently.
    Ex. Punctuation must be established and be adopted consistently.
    Ex. They point out that, 'The Library of Congress faces problems in the integration of new copy on a monumental scale, with the result that it is constantly revising its retrospective file'.
    Ex. Rather readers grow by fits and starts now rushing ahead, now lying fallow, and now moving steadily on.
    Ex. The real object of education is to leave a man in the condition of continually asking questions.
    Ex. The modern trend of persistently growing subscription prices to scientific journals is due to the tremendous increase in the manufacturing cost per page.
    Ex. Events such as the bloody confrontation in Tiananmen Square, political campaigns, military conflicts and other such events are becoming everyday occurrences that hourly revise global affairs and exert their influence on local circumstances.
    Ex. All the way through, the Jews are portrayed as bloodthirsty.
    Ex. People with diabetes have to do it every day, day in and day out.
    Ex. A modem is permanently wired, and converts digital messages which the terminal and computer understand into analogue messages capable of being transmitted down telephone lines.
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    * regañar constantemente = nag (at).
    * * *
    = consistently, constantly, steadily, continually, persistently, hourly, all the way through, day in and day out, permanently.

    Ex: Punctuation must be established and be adopted consistently.

    Ex: They point out that, 'The Library of Congress faces problems in the integration of new copy on a monumental scale, with the result that it is constantly revising its retrospective file'.
    Ex: Rather readers grow by fits and starts now rushing ahead, now lying fallow, and now moving steadily on.
    Ex: The real object of education is to leave a man in the condition of continually asking questions.
    Ex: The modern trend of persistently growing subscription prices to scientific journals is due to the tremendous increase in the manufacturing cost per page.
    Ex: Events such as the bloody confrontation in Tiananmen Square, political campaigns, military conflicts and other such events are becoming everyday occurrences that hourly revise global affairs and exert their influence on local circumstances.
    Ex: All the way through, the Jews are portrayed as bloodthirsty.
    Ex: People with diabetes have to do it every day, day in and day out.
    Ex: A modem is permanently wired, and converts digital messages which the terminal and computer understand into analogue messages capable of being transmitted down telephone lines.
    * regañar constantemente = nag (at).

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    constantly
    uno tiene que estar constantemente encima de él you have to be on top of him constantly o all the time
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    constantemente adverbio constantly
    ' constantemente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    rehuir
    English:
    carp
    - chip away
    - constantly
    - continually
    - forever
    - go on
    - oscillate
    - permanently
    - perpetually
    - keep
    - ply
    - stir
    - time
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    constantly
    * * *
    adv constantly
    * * *
    constantemente adv constantly

    Spanish-English dictionary > constantemente

  • 2 continuamente

    adv.
    1 continually.
    2 continuously, at all hours, around the clock, constantly.
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    1 continuously
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    ADV
    1) (=repetidamente) constantly, continually
    2) (=sin interrupción) constantly, continuously
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    adverbio (con frecuencia, repetidamente) continually, constantly; ( sin interrupción) continuously
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    = all the time, continuously, steadily, continually, persistently, hourly, all the way through, constantly.
    Ex. Improvements are, however being made all the time: the dividing line between microcomputer and minicomputer is already blurred.
    Ex. The format of the body of entry is the same as for catalog cards except that the fields are printed continuously instead of starting new lines.
    Ex. Rather readers grow by fits and starts now rushing ahead, now lying fallow, and now moving steadily on.
    Ex. The real object of education is to leave a man in the condition of continually asking questions.
    Ex. The modern trend of persistently growing subscription prices to scientific journals is due to the tremendous increase in the manufacturing cost per page.
    Ex. Events such as the bloody confrontation in Tiananmen Square, political campaigns, military conflicts and other such events are becoming everyday occurrences that hourly revise global affairs and exert their influence on local circumstances.
    Ex. All the way through, the Jews are portrayed as bloodthirsty.
    Ex. They point out that, 'The Library of Congress faces problems in the integration of new copy on a monumental scale, with the result that it is constantly revising its retrospective file'.
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    adverbio (con frecuencia, repetidamente) continually, constantly; ( sin interrupción) continuously
    * * *
    = all the time, continuously, steadily, continually, persistently, hourly, all the way through, constantly.

    Ex: Improvements are, however being made all the time: the dividing line between microcomputer and minicomputer is already blurred.

    Ex: The format of the body of entry is the same as for catalog cards except that the fields are printed continuously instead of starting new lines.
    Ex: Rather readers grow by fits and starts now rushing ahead, now lying fallow, and now moving steadily on.
    Ex: The real object of education is to leave a man in the condition of continually asking questions.
    Ex: The modern trend of persistently growing subscription prices to scientific journals is due to the tremendous increase in the manufacturing cost per page.
    Ex: Events such as the bloody confrontation in Tiananmen Square, political campaigns, military conflicts and other such events are becoming everyday occurrences that hourly revise global affairs and exert their influence on local circumstances.
    Ex: All the way through, the Jews are portrayed as bloodthirsty.
    Ex: They point out that, 'The Library of Congress faces problems in the integration of new copy on a monumental scale, with the result that it is constantly revising its retrospective file'.

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    1 (con frecuencia, repetidamente) continually, constantly
    el teléfono ha estado sonando continuamente the phone has been ringing continually o constantly o nonstop, the phone hasn't stopped ringing
    2 (sin interrupción) continuously
    hay que estar continuamente pendiente de él you have to be at his beck and call the whole time o all the time
    llovió continuamente durante cuatro días it rained continuously o constantly for four days
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    continuamente adverbio (con frecuencia, repetidamente) continually, constantly;
    ( sin interrupción) continuously
    continuamente adverbio continuously
    Recuerda que continuous significa que la acción es ininterrumpida (continuous sound, sonido continuo), mientras que continual hace referencia a una acción frecuente o repetida (his continual questions, sus continuas preguntas).
    ' continuamente' also found in these entries:
    English:
    continually
    - continuously
    - perpetually
    - steadily
    - keep
    - stream
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    1. [con repetición] continually;
    protesta continuamente she never stops complaining, she complains all the time
    2. [sin interrupción] continuously;
    la información es continuamente actualizada the information is constantly updated;
    los siguieron continuamente durante dos semanas they followed them continuously for two weeks
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    continuamente adv continually

    Spanish-English dictionary > continuamente

  • 3 desesperadamente

    adv.
    1 despairingly, hopelessly.
    2 desperately, furiously, madly.
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    1 desperately, frantically
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    ADV desperately, despairingly
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    adverbio <luchar/gritar> desperately; <mirar/suplicar> despairingly; < llorar> bitterly
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    = desperately, frantically.
    Ex. We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.
    Ex. Slake ran frantically to the safety of the subway once more.
    ----
    * aferrarse desesperadamente = hang on + for dear life, cling on + for dear life.
    * agarrarse desesperadamente = hang on + for dear life, cling on + for dear life.
    * deseando desesperadamente realizarse = crying to come out.
    * necesitar Algo desesperadamente = be in dire need (of), be in desperate need of.
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    adverbio <luchar/gritar> desperately; <mirar/suplicar> despairingly; < llorar> bitterly
    * * *
    = desperately, frantically.

    Ex: We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.

    Ex: Slake ran frantically to the safety of the subway once more.
    * aferrarse desesperadamente = hang on + for dear life, cling on + for dear life.
    * agarrarse desesperadamente = hang on + for dear life, cling on + for dear life.
    * deseando desesperadamente realizarse = crying to come out.
    * necesitar Algo desesperadamente = be in dire need (of), be in desperate need of.

    * * *
    ‹luchar› desperately; ‹mirar/suplicar› despairingly
    lloraba desesperadamente he was weeping bitterly
    golpeó a su puerta gritando desesperadamente she banged on his door shouting desperately
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    [falta de alternativa] desperately, in desperation; [sin esperanza] despairingly

    Spanish-English dictionary > desesperadamente

  • 4 fuera del alcance de las posibilidades de Alguien

    = beyond + Posesivo + powers
    Ex. We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.
    * * *
    = beyond + Posesivo + powers

    Ex: We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuera del alcance de las posibilidades de Alguien

  • 5 lugar privilegiado

    m.
    prime site.
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    Ex. We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.
    * * *

    Ex: We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lugar privilegiado

  • 6 lugar que nos corresponde

    Ex. We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.
    * * *

    Ex: We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lugar que nos corresponde

  • 7 perdurablemente

    adv.
    1 eternally, perpetually.
    2 enduringly, forever, eternally, evermore.
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    Ex. This beverage rehydrates the body more quickly and more durably than conventional sports drinks.
    * * *

    Ex: This beverage rehydrates the body more quickly and more durably than conventional sports drinks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perdurablemente

  • 8 perennemente

    adv.
    1 continually, perpetually.
    2 eternally, ceaselessly, for ever, forever.
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    Ex. The gap between God's finger and Adam's in Michelangelo's Creation of Adam (Vatican, Sistine Chapel) reflects Adam's terminally imperfect state.
    * * *

    Ex: The gap between God's finger and Adam's in Michelangelo's Creation of Adam (Vatican, Sistine Chapel) reflects Adam's terminally imperfect state.

    Spanish-English dictionary > perennemente

  • 9 permanentemente

    adv.
    permanently.
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    1 permanently
    * * *
    ADV (=perennemente) permanently; (=constantemente) constantly
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    adverbio permanently
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    = permanently, perpetually, chronically, for good, durably.
    Ex. A modem is permanently wired, and converts digital messages which the terminal and computer understand into analogue messages capable of being transmitted down telephone lines.
    Ex. We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.
    Ex. A problem central to the library profession is that libraries are chronically underfunded and understaffed.
    Ex. Libraries are beginning to recognize that customers have choices for their information needs nd that some of these choices are drawing customers away from the library in increasing numbers, and perhaps for good.
    Ex. This beverage rehydrates the body more quickly and more durably than conventional sports drinks.
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    * permanentemente los siete días de la semana = 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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    adverbio permanently
    * * *
    = permanently, perpetually, chronically, for good, durably.

    Ex: A modem is permanently wired, and converts digital messages which the terminal and computer understand into analogue messages capable of being transmitted down telephone lines.

    Ex: We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.
    Ex: A problem central to the library profession is that libraries are chronically underfunded and understaffed.
    Ex: Libraries are beginning to recognize that customers have choices for their information needs nd that some of these choices are drawing customers away from the library in increasing numbers, and perhaps for good.
    Ex: This beverage rehydrates the body more quickly and more durably than conventional sports drinks.
    * permanentemente los siete días de la semana = 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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    permanently
    * * *
    permanently
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    permanentemente adv permanently

    Spanish-English dictionary > permanentemente

  • 10 perpetuamente

    adv.
    perpetually, for ever.
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    1 perpetually
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    Ex. We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.
    * * *

    Ex: We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.

    * * *
    indefinitely
    lo suspendieron perpetuamente de su cargo they suspended him indefinitely from his post
    condenado perpetuamente al olvido condemned to perpetual oblivion

    Spanish-English dictionary > perpetuamente

  • 11 protestón

    m.
    1 grumbler, fussbudget, moaner.
    2 barrack-room lawyer.
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    1 familiar moaning
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 familiar moaner
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    protestón, -ona *
    1.
    ADJ whingeing pey *, perpetually moaning
    2.
    SM / F perpetual moaner, whinger pey *
    * * *
    - tona masculino, femenino (fam) grouch (colloq), moaner (BrE colloq)

    no seas protestónstop moaning o bellyaching (colloq)

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    = grouchy [grouchier -comp., grouchiest -sup.], fusspot, fussbudget.
    Ex. The book 'The Grouchy Ladybug' describes how a ladybug can be used to teach entomology, natural selection, comparative anatomy, food chains and symbiotic relationships.
    Ex. As for Steve, he traded his days as a bachelor for life with a fusspot.
    Ex. And they're playing an odd couple reminiscent of Neil Simon's classic pairing of a fussbudget and a slob.
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    - tona masculino, femenino (fam) grouch (colloq), moaner (BrE colloq)

    no seas protestónstop moaning o bellyaching (colloq)

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    = grouchy [grouchier -comp., grouchiest -sup.], fusspot, fussbudget.

    Ex: The book 'The Grouchy Ladybug' describes how a ladybug can be used to teach entomology, natural selection, comparative anatomy, food chains and symbiotic relationships.

    Ex: As for Steve, he traded his days as a bachelor for life with a fusspot.
    Ex: And they're playing an odd couple reminiscent of Neil Simon's classic pairing of a fussbudget and a slob.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    ( fam); grouch ( colloq), moaner ( BrE colloq)
    no seas protestón stop moaning o bellyaching ( colloq), don't be such a grouch o moaner
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    protestón,-ona sustantivo masculino y femenino moaner, grouch
    ' protestón' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    protestona
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    protestón, -ona Fam
    adj
    es muy protestón [que se queja] he's always complaining;
    [que refunfuña] he's always moaning
    nm,f
    [que se queja] complainer, awkward customer; [que refunfuña] grumbler, moaner
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    I adj grouchy
    II m, protestona f grouch

    Spanish-English dictionary > protestón

  • 12 rueda de la fortuna, la

    (n.) = wheel of fortune, the, fortune's wheel
    Ex. The continual cycle of change is represented by the wheel of fortune, in which good and evil, luck and ruin, harmony and discord perpetually wax and wane.
    Ex. Fortune's wheel first appears in classical antiquity as a metaphor for the vicissitudes of life for it raises the hopeful and abases the proud.

    Spanish-English dictionary > rueda de la fortuna, la

  • 13 urgentemente

    adv.
    urgently.
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    1 urgently
    * * *
    * * *
    = in a hurry, urgently, desperately, as a matter of urgency.
    Ex. Unfortunately, the basic problem was to get the file cleaned up in a hurry, and nobody was particularly concerned with research.
    Ex. It is becoming urgently necessary for all information agencies to develop the closest co-operation to avoid wasting their resources through needless duplication and friction.
    Ex. We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.
    Ex. Piracy should be tackled as a matter of urgency.
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    * llevar al hospital urgentemente = rush + Nombre + to hospital.
    * necesitar Algo urgentemente = be in dire need (of), be in desperate need of.
    * necesitar urgentemente = cry out for, sorely + need.
    * que se necesita urgentemente = sorely needed.
    * * *
    = in a hurry, urgently, desperately, as a matter of urgency.

    Ex: Unfortunately, the basic problem was to get the file cleaned up in a hurry, and nobody was particularly concerned with research.

    Ex: It is becoming urgently necessary for all information agencies to develop the closest co-operation to avoid wasting their resources through needless duplication and friction.
    Ex: We desperately want a place in the sun, yet the place we ought to occupy seems perpetually beyond our powers to focus.
    Ex: Piracy should be tackled as a matter of urgency.
    * llevar al hospital urgentemente = rush + Nombre + to hospital.
    * necesitar Algo urgentemente = be in dire need (of), be in desperate need of.
    * necesitar urgentemente = cry out for, sorely + need.
    * que se necesita urgentemente = sorely needed.

    * * *
    urgently
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    urgently
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    urgentemente adv urgently

    Spanish-English dictionary > urgentemente

  • 14 rueda de la fortuna

    wheel of fortune
    * * *
    la rueda de la fortuna
    (n.) = wheel of fortune, the, fortune's wheel

    Ex: The continual cycle of change is represented by the wheel of fortune, in which good and evil, luck and ruin, harmony and discord perpetually wax and wane.

    Ex: Fortune's wheel first appears in classical antiquity as a metaphor for the vicissitudes of life for it raises the hopeful and abases the proud.

    Spanish-English dictionary > rueda de la fortuna

  • 15 fideicomiso perpetuo

    • perpetual motion
    • perpetually

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > fideicomiso perpetuo

  • 16 fideicomiso vitalicio

    • perpetual motion
    • perpetually

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > fideicomiso vitalicio

  • 17 información ad perpetuam

    • deposition ad perpetuam rei memoriam
    • perpetually
    • perpetuation

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > información ad perpetuam

  • 18 perpetuación de una prueba testimonial

    • perpetually
    • perpetuation

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > perpetuación de una prueba testimonial

  • 19 registro de testimonio antes del juicio

    • perpetually
    • perpetuation

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > registro de testimonio antes del juicio

См. также в других словарях:

  • Perpetually — Per*pet u*al*ly, adv. In a perpetual manner; constantly; continually. [1913 Webster] The Bible and Common Prayer Book in the vulgar tongue, being perpetually read in churches, have proved a kind of standard for language. Swift. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • perpetually — index invariably Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • perpetually — perpetual ► ADJECTIVE 1) never ending or changing. 2) occurring repeatedly; seemingly continual. DERIVATIVES perpetually adverb. ORIGIN Latin perpetualis, from perpetuus continuing throughout …   English terms dictionary

  • perpetually — adverb 1. everlastingly; for all time rays...streaming perpetually from the sun Stuart Chase • Derived from adjective: ↑perpetual 2. without interruption the world is constantly changing • Syn: ↑constantly, ↑always, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • perpetually — adverb see perpetual …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • perpetually — See perpetual. * * * …   Universalium

  • perpetually — adverb Seeming to never end; endlessly; constantly …   Wiktionary

  • perpetually — Synonyms and related words: abidingly, ad infinitum, always, at all times, ceaselessly, changelessly, constantly, continually, continuously, daily, daily and hourly, day after day, day and night, endlessly, enduringly, eternally, ever, ever and… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • perpetually — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. enduringly, unceasingly, permanently; see forever 1 , 2 …   English dictionary for students

  • perpetually — pÉ™(r) petʃʊəlɪ adv. eternally; everlastingly; unceasingly …   English contemporary dictionary

  • perpetually — adv 1. everlastingly, eternally, sempi ternally, never endingly; immortally, undyingly, deathlessly, timelessly, agelessly, infinitely, datelessly; permanently, perdurably, indelibly; in perpetuity, always, Latin, in saecula saeculorum; lastingly …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

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