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  • 821 simulado

    adj.
    simulated, counterfeit, phony, fictitious.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: simular.
    * * *
    1→ link=simular simular
    1 simulated
    * * *
    ADJ (=representado) simulated; (=fingido) feigned
    * * *
    Ex. For example, a model of an aircraft wing can be 'opened-up' on the screen to examine the buckling effects of the simulated loading on the wing's internal structure.
    * * *

    Ex: For example, a model of an aircraft wing can be 'opened-up' on the screen to examine the buckling effects of the simulated loading on the wing's internal structure.

    * * *
    simulated
    vuelo/ataque simulado flight/attack simulation
    * * *

    Del verbo simular: ( conjugate simular)

    simulado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    simulado    
    simular
    simular ( conjugate simular) verbo transitivo sentimiento to feign;
    accidente to fake;
    efecto/sonido to simulate
    simulado,-a adjetivo simulated, imitated, pretended
    simular vtr (aparentar, fingir) to feign, sham: simulaba estar enfermo, he feigned illness, simuló un accidente, he pretended to have an accident
    (un decorado) to represent
    (un vuelo, un sonido, un ataque) to simulate, sham
    ' simulado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    simulada
    English:
    apparent
    - make-believe
    - mock
    * * *
    simulado, -a adj
    1. [fingido] feigned;
    su tristeza era simulada he was only pretending to be sad
    2. [de prueba] simulated

    Spanish-English dictionary > simulado

  • 822 simular

    v.
    1 to feign.
    simular una enfermedad to pretend to have an illness
    simuló que no me había visto he pretended not to have seen me
    2 to simulate.
    Ella simula un ataque de nervios She simulates a nervous fit.
    3 to play-act, to play the part.
    Ella simula si Ricardo está cerca She puts on an act if Richard is nearby.
    4 to feign to, to pretend to.
    Ella simula enfermarse She feigns to get sick.
    * * *
    1 to simulate
    2 (fingir) to pretend
    * * *
    verb
    to feign, pretend
    * * *
    VT
    1) [+ ataque, robo] to simulate
    2) (=fingir) to feign, sham
    * * *
    verbo transitivo < sentimiento> to feign; < accidente> to fake; <efecto/sonido> to simulate
    * * *
    = simulate, mimic.
    Nota: Participio de presente mimicking, de pasado mimicked.
    Ex. Cardbox, distributed by Caxton Software Publishing Company, London, is a small data base management system that simulates a stack of index cards.
    Ex. These variations mimic the changes in air pressure at the microphone.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo < sentimiento> to feign; < accidente> to fake; <efecto/sonido> to simulate
    * * *
    = simulate, mimic.
    Nota: Participio de presente mimicking, de pasado mimicked.

    Ex: Cardbox, distributed by Caxton Software Publishing Company, London, is a small data base management system that simulates a stack of index cards.

    Ex: These variations mimic the changes in air pressure at the microphone.

    * * *
    simular [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹sentimiento› to feign
    simuló tristeza she feigned sadness, she pretended to be sad
    2 ‹accidente› to fake
    3 ‹efecto/sonido› to simulate
    * * *

    simular ( conjugate simular) verbo transitivo sentimiento to feign;
    accidente to fake;
    efecto/sonido to simulate
    simular vtr (aparentar, fingir) to feign, sham: simulaba estar enfermo, he feigned illness, simuló un accidente, he pretended to have an accident
    (un decorado) to represent
    (un vuelo, un sonido, un ataque) to simulate, sham
    ' simular' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    hacer
    - hacerse
    - pretender
    English:
    fake
    - sham
    - simulate
    * * *
    1. [aparentar] to feign;
    simular una enfermedad to pretend to have an illness;
    simuló que no me había visto he pretended not to have seen me
    2. [copiar, emular] to simulate
    * * *
    v/t simulate
    * * *
    1) : to simulate
    2) : to feign, to pretend
    * * *
    simular vb to simulate

    Spanish-English dictionary > simular

  • 823 sin atractivo

    adj.
    unattractive, unlovely, homely, unhandsome.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unattractive
    Ex. The simplest KWIC indexes are unattractive and tedious to scan owing to their physical format and typeface.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unattractive

    Ex: The simplest KWIC indexes are unattractive and tedious to scan owing to their physical format and typeface.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin atractivo

  • 824 sinvergüenza

    adj.
    shameless, barefaced, brazen, cynical.
    intj.
    you little beggar.
    f. & m.
    1 scoundrel, son of a gun, rogue, shyster.
    2 shameless person, shameless individual, cheeky devil, cheeky person.
    * * *
    1 (pícaro) shameless
    2 (descarado) cheeky
    1 (pícaro) rotter, swine, louse
    2 (descarado) cheeky devil
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ (=pillo) rotten; (=descarado) brazen, shameless
    2.
    SMF (=pillo) scoundrel, rogue; (=canalla) rotter *; (=insolente) cheeky devil

    ¡sinvergüenza! — hum you villain!

    * * *
    I
    a) ( canalla)
    b) (hum) ( pícaro) naughty
    II
    masculino y femenino
    a) ( canalla) swine (colloq), scoundrel (dated); (estafador, ladrón) crook (colloq)
    b) (hum) ( pícaro) rascal (hum), little devil o rascal (hum)
    * * *
    = scoundrel, shameless, shyster, rascal, scallywag [scalawag, -USA], rapscallion, thug, cad.
    Ex. Here came every sort of human ingredient -- sturdy homesteaders, skilled craftsmen, precious scoundrels.
    Ex. Another librarian described herself as 'a shameless, self-promoter'.
    Ex. When loss of physical and mental rigor is accompanied by financial problems, the retiree may reject himself and fall victim to the con man and shyster.
    Ex. And although they may pose themselves as very religious, they are simply rascals.
    Ex. In other words, we either have morons or thugs running the White House -- or perhaps one moron, one thug, and a smattering of scalawags in between.
    Ex. In all truth, it must be said that this howling, hissing, foot-scraping body of young rapscallions found some cause for complaint.
    Ex. Poole was a notorious gang leader & street thug, murdered by enemies of similar background.
    Ex. Not only that, but this cad has also convinced them she is losing her faculties.
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    I
    a) ( canalla)
    b) (hum) ( pícaro) naughty
    II
    masculino y femenino
    a) ( canalla) swine (colloq), scoundrel (dated); (estafador, ladrón) crook (colloq)
    b) (hum) ( pícaro) rascal (hum), little devil o rascal (hum)
    * * *
    = scoundrel, shameless, shyster, rascal, scallywag [scalawag, -USA], rapscallion, thug, cad.

    Ex: Here came every sort of human ingredient -- sturdy homesteaders, skilled craftsmen, precious scoundrels.

    Ex: Another librarian described herself as 'a shameless, self-promoter'.
    Ex: When loss of physical and mental rigor is accompanied by financial problems, the retiree may reject himself and fall victim to the con man and shyster.
    Ex: And although they may pose themselves as very religious, they are simply rascals.
    Ex: In other words, we either have morons or thugs running the White House -- or perhaps one moron, one thug, and a smattering of scalawags in between.
    Ex: In all truth, it must be said that this howling, hissing, foot-scraping body of young rapscallions found some cause for complaint.
    Ex: Poole was a notorious gang leader & street thug, murdered by enemies of similar background.
    Ex: Not only that, but this cad has also convinced them she is losing her faculties.

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    1
    (canalla): ¡qué hombre más sinvergüenza! what a swine! ( colloq)
    2 ( hum) ‹niño› (travieso) naughty
    1 (canalla) swine ( colloq), scoundrel ( dated); (estafador, ladrón) crook ( colloq)
    2 ( hum) (pícaro) rascal ( hum), little devil o rascal ( hum)
    * * *

    sinvergüenza adjetivo
    a) ( canalla):

    ¡qué tipo más sinvergüenza! what a swine! (colloq)

    b) (hum) ( pícaro) naughty

    ■ sustantivo masculino y femenino
    a) ( canalla) swine (colloq);

    (estafador, ladrón) crook (colloq)
    b) (hum) ( pícaro) rascal (hum)

    sinvergüenza
    I adjetivo
    1 pey (granuja, inmoral) shameless
    2 hum (pillo) cheeky: pero qué sinvergüenza eres, what a rogue you are
    II mf
    1 (inmoral, sin escrúpulos) crook
    2 (pillo, descarado) rogue
    ' sinvergüenza' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conchudo
    - redomada
    - redomado
    - atorrante
    - gandalla
    English:
    scoundrel
    - so-and-so
    - crook
    * * *
    adj
    1. [canalla] shameless
    2. [fresco, descarado] cheeky
    nmf
    1. [canalla] scoundrel;
    ser un sinvergüenza to be shameless
    2. [fresco, descarado] cheeky person;
    ser un sinvergüenza to be a cheeky rascal o so-and-so;
    ese sinvergüenza me ha quitado el bocadillo that cheeky rascal o so-and-so stole my sandwich
    * * *
    I adj shameless, unscrupulous
    II m/f swine;
    ¡qué sinvergüenza! ( descarado) what a nerve!
    * * *
    1) descarado: shameless, brazen, impudent
    2) travieso: naughty
    1) : rogue, scoundrel
    2) : brat, rascal
    * * *
    sinvergüenza n rogue

    Spanish-English dictionary > sinvergüenza

  • 825 siquiátrico2

    Ex. It is salutary to recall that there are in the hospitals of this country at this moment 184,000 patients in psychiatric units, and many thousands more attending associated out-patients departments.
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    * enfermedad siquiátrica = psychiatric illness.
    * hospital siquiátrico = mental hospital.
    * problema siquiátrico = psychiatric problem.
    * trastorno siquiátrico = psychiatric disorder.
    * tratamiento siquiátrico = psychiatric treatment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > siquiátrico2

  • 826 sistema de distribución

    Ex. The computer-based distribution systems offer one approach to reducing the physical size of records and to mechanizing their search and retrieval.
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    Ex: The computer-based distribution systems offer one approach to reducing the physical size of records and to mechanizing their search and retrieval.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sistema de distribución

  • 827 sistema penal

    m.
    criminal justice system.
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    (n.) = penal system
    Ex. The physical expansion of the penal system decreased the distance to prisons for some cities while increasing it for others.
    * * *

    Ex: The physical expansion of the penal system decreased the distance to prisons for some cities while increasing it for others.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sistema penal

  • 828 sistema penitenciario

    m.
    prison system, correctional regime.
    * * *
    (n.) = penal system
    Ex. The physical expansion of the penal system decreased the distance to prisons for some cities while increasing it for others.
    * * *

    Ex: The physical expansion of the penal system decreased the distance to prisons for some cities while increasing it for others.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sistema penitenciario

  • 829 sobrepasar

    v.
    1 to exceed.
    2 to surpass, to get beyond, to exceed, to top.
    Antonio sobrepasó los límites Anthony surpassed the limits.
    3 to overtake, to be overpassing, to move past, to overpass.
    El auto sobrepasó a Ricardo The car overtook Richard.
    * * *
    1 to exceed, surpass, be in excess of
    2 (competición) to beat
    * * *
    verb
    to surpass, exceed
    * * *
    1.
    VT [+ límite, esperanzas] to exceed; [+ rival, récord] to beat; [+ pista de aterrizaje] to overshoot
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <nivel/cantidad> to exceed, go above

    sobrepasar el límite de velocidadto exceed o go over o break the speed limit

    sobrepasó el tiempo permitido en 2 segundosshe went over o exceeded the time allowed by 2 seconds

    b) < persona> ( en capacidad) to outstrip; ( en altura) to overtake
    c) (Aviac) < pista> to overshoot
    2.
    sobrepasarse v pron
    a) ( excederse)
    b) ( propasarse) to go too far
    * * *
    = outrun [out-run], outweigh, surpass, go far beyond, extend + far beyond, go over, top, outbalance, overstep, go + past.
    Ex. But he was wiry and wily, too, and he could often out-run, track, back-track, double-back, and finally dodge unseen in the subway.
    Ex. It may be decided that the practical impediments to the distribution and assignment of such numbers outweigh their potential usefulness.
    Ex. The advantages of the system far surpass any disadvantages.
    Ex. These changes in the physical form of the catalog have implications which go far beyond changes in form or even in improvements in speed and convenience to the catalog user.
    Ex. We have seen that the relationships of the Publications Office with the institutions and other bodies of the European Communities may in theory, but do not yet in practice extend far beyond those with the six managing institutions.
    Ex. Unless corrective action is taken the library will go over the budgeted amount in that category.
    Ex. As public library circ declines, spending continues to top inflation.
    Ex. The large profits to be made in this field will outbalance the problems that may lie ahead.
    Ex. Permission is not sought when purchasing other categories of materials and so the board is overstepping its policy and fiscal authority and assuming management responsibilities.
    Ex. Unfortunately, its conclusions are completely pedestrian, rarely going past the fact that there were old people in England in the late Middle Ages.
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    * sobrepasar con creces = be well in excess of.
    * sobrepasar las posibilidades de Alguien = be beyond + Posesivo + capabilities.
    * sobrepasarse = overreach + Reflexivo.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <nivel/cantidad> to exceed, go above

    sobrepasar el límite de velocidadto exceed o go over o break the speed limit

    sobrepasó el tiempo permitido en 2 segundosshe went over o exceeded the time allowed by 2 seconds

    b) < persona> ( en capacidad) to outstrip; ( en altura) to overtake
    c) (Aviac) < pista> to overshoot
    2.
    sobrepasarse v pron
    a) ( excederse)
    b) ( propasarse) to go too far
    * * *
    = outrun [out-run], outweigh, surpass, go far beyond, extend + far beyond, go over, top, outbalance, overstep, go + past.

    Ex: But he was wiry and wily, too, and he could often out-run, track, back-track, double-back, and finally dodge unseen in the subway.

    Ex: It may be decided that the practical impediments to the distribution and assignment of such numbers outweigh their potential usefulness.
    Ex: The advantages of the system far surpass any disadvantages.
    Ex: These changes in the physical form of the catalog have implications which go far beyond changes in form or even in improvements in speed and convenience to the catalog user.
    Ex: We have seen that the relationships of the Publications Office with the institutions and other bodies of the European Communities may in theory, but do not yet in practice extend far beyond those with the six managing institutions.
    Ex: Unless corrective action is taken the library will go over the budgeted amount in that category.
    Ex: As public library circ declines, spending continues to top inflation.
    Ex: The large profits to be made in this field will outbalance the problems that may lie ahead.
    Ex: Permission is not sought when purchasing other categories of materials and so the board is overstepping its policy and fiscal authority and assuming management responsibilities.
    Ex: Unfortunately, its conclusions are completely pedestrian, rarely going past the fact that there were old people in England in the late Middle Ages.
    * sobrepasar con creces = be well in excess of.
    * sobrepasar las posibilidades de Alguien = be beyond + Posesivo + capabilities.
    * sobrepasarse = overreach + Reflexivo.

    * * *
    sobrepasar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹nivel/cantidad› to exceed, go above
    sobrepasar el límite de velocidad to exceed o go over o break the speed limit
    sobrepasaron los límites establecidos por las autoridades they went beyond o exceeded the limits set by the authorities
    sobrepasó el tiempo permitido en 2 segundos she went over o exceeded the time allowed by 2 seconds
    en marzo las entradas sobrepasaron $100.000 income in March topped o exceeded $100,000
    sobrepasar la barrera del sonido to break the sound barrier
    2 ‹persona› (en capacidad) to outstrip; (en altura) to overtake
    3 ( Aviac) ‹pista› to overshoot
    1
    (excederse): me he sobrepasado en los gastos I've overspent
    2 (propasarse) to go too far
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    sobrepasar ( conjugate sobrepasar) verbo transitivo
    a)nivel/cantidad to exceed, go above;

    sobrepasar el límite de velocidad to exceed o go over the speed limit


    ( en altura) to overtake
    sobrepasar verbo transitivo
    1 (un límite, una cantidad) to exceed: no debemos sobrepasar ciertos límites, we must not go beyond certain limits
    2 (aventajar) to be ahead of: te sobrepasa en altura, he's already taller than you
    ' sobrepasar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adelantar
    - pasar
    - rebasar
    - traspasar
    English:
    exceed
    - out
    - over
    - pass
    - transgress
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    vt
    1. [exceder] to exceed;
    su sueldo no sobrepasa el de sus compañeros his pay is no higher than that of his colleagues;
    sobrepasó la barrera del sonido it broke the sound barrier;
    en este caso, la realidad sobrepasa a la ficción in this instance, reality is stranger than fiction
    2. [aventajar]
    me sobrepasa en altura he's taller than me;
    lo sobrepasa en inteligencia she's more intelligent than he is
    * * *
    v/t exceed, surpass;
    me sobrepasa en altura he is taller than me
    * * *
    : to exceed, to surpass
    * * *
    1. (cantidad, límite) to exceed
    2. (récord) to beat [pt. beat; pp. beaten]

    Spanish-English dictionary > sobrepasar

  • 830 sobreponer

    v.
    1 to put on top (poner encima).
    2 to superimpose, to superpose.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ PONER], like link=poner poner (pp sobrepuesto,-a)
    1 to put on top (en, of), superimpose (en, on)
    1 figurado (al dolor etc) to overcome (a, -)
    2 figurado (animarse) to pull oneself together
    * * *
    ( pp sobrepuesto)
    1. VT
    1) (=poner encima de) to put on top (en of)
    superimpose (en on)
    2) (=añadir) to add (en to)
    3) (=anteponer)
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to superimpose
    2.

    sobreponerse A algo — to get over something, recover from something

    * * *
    = caption, superadd.
    Ex. Later, slide reference numbers are captioned onto the video recording at each point where a slide used so that the physical slide itself can be easily found by viewers of the tape.
    Ex. Locke claimed that God superadded various powers to matter, including motion, the perfections of peach trees and elephants, and gravity.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to superimpose
    2.

    sobreponerse A algo — to get over something, recover from something

    * * *
    = caption, superadd.

    Ex: Later, slide reference numbers are captioned onto the video recording at each point where a slide used so that the physical slide itself can be easily found by viewers of the tape.

    Ex: Locke claimed that God superadded various powers to matter, including motion, the perfections of peach trees and elephants, and gravity.

    * * *
    vt
    to superimpose
    1 (recuperarse) to pull oneself together sobreponerse A algo to get over sth, recover FROM sth
    todavía no se ha sobrepuesto a aquella desgracia he still hasn't got(ten) over o recovered from his misfortune
    2 ( Chi) ‹abrigo/chaqueta› to wrap … around one's shoulders
    * * *

    sobreponer verbo transitivo (superponer) to superimpose
    ' sobreponer' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    sobrepuesto
    English:
    superimpose
    * * *
    vt
    1. [poner encima] to put on top
    2. [anteponer]
    sobreponer algo a algo to put sth before sth
    * * *
    <part sobrepuesto> v/t superimpose
    * * *
    sobreponer {60} vt
    1) superponer: to superimpose
    2) anteponer: to put first, to give priority to

    Spanish-English dictionary > sobreponer

  • 831 sociabilidad

    f.
    sociability.
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    1 sociability
    * * *
    SF [de persona] sociability; [de animal] gregariousness; [de reunión] conviviality
    * * *
    a) ( cualidad) sociability
    b) (Ur) ( vida social) socializing
    * * *
    = sociability, gregariousness, conviviality, congeniality.
    Ex. The concise Oxford dictionary defines 'phatic' as 'used to convey general sociability rather than to communicate specific meaning'.
    Ex. Global networks have created a situation where physical solitude can be combine with global gregariousness and the individual is more responsible for education and information gathering = Las redes mundiales han creado una situación donde la solitud física puede combinarse con la sociabilidad mundial y el individuo es más responsable de su educación y de la recogida de información.
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex. He impressed many voters with his congeniality and his call for lower taxes to try to stimulate the economy.
    * * *
    a) ( cualidad) sociability
    b) (Ur) ( vida social) socializing
    * * *
    = sociability, gregariousness, conviviality, congeniality.

    Ex: The concise Oxford dictionary defines 'phatic' as 'used to convey general sociability rather than to communicate specific meaning'.

    Ex: Global networks have created a situation where physical solitude can be combine with global gregariousness and the individual is more responsible for education and information gathering = Las redes mundiales han creado una situación donde la solitud física puede combinarse con la sociabilidad mundial y el individuo es más responsable de su educación y de la recogida de información.
    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex: He impressed many voters with his congeniality and his call for lower taxes to try to stimulate the economy.

    * * *
    1 (cualidad) sociability
    2 (Ur) (vida social) socializing
    hacer sociabilidad to socialize
    * * *

    sociabilidad sustantivo femenino sociability
    ' sociabilidad' also found in these entries:
    English:
    sociability
    * * *
    1. [simpatía] sociability
    2. Urug [vida social] socializing;
    hacer sociabilidad [charlar] to chat;
    [alternar] to socialize
    * * *
    f sociability
    * * *
    : sociability

    Spanish-English dictionary > sociabilidad

  • 832 sociable

    adj.
    sociable.
    * * *
    1 sociable, friendly
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ [persona] sociable, friendly; [animal] social, gregarious; [reunión] convivial
    * * *
    adjetivo sociable
    * * *
    = convivial, gregarious, sociable, affable.
    Ex. Conversely, the faculty and administrators, free from obstacles and frustrations, are able to see the library as the convivial institution.
    Ex. The most popular activities are either those involving little physical effort (eg, listening to records), looking after the house & garden, or gregarious activities like going out for a drink.
    Ex. Public libraries have traditionally been places where information can be gathered and exchanged in a sociable atmosphere.
    Ex. After practice, however, the usually affable Jackson looked to be in a fog as he prepared to walk to his locker.
    * * *
    adjetivo sociable
    * * *
    = convivial, gregarious, sociable, affable.

    Ex: Conversely, the faculty and administrators, free from obstacles and frustrations, are able to see the library as the convivial institution.

    Ex: The most popular activities are either those involving little physical effort (eg, listening to records), looking after the house & garden, or gregarious activities like going out for a drink.
    Ex: Public libraries have traditionally been places where information can be gathered and exchanged in a sociable atmosphere.
    Ex: After practice, however, the usually affable Jackson looked to be in a fog as he prepared to walk to his locker.

    * * *
    ‹persona/carácter› sociable; ‹reunión› friendly, convivial
    * * *

    sociable adjetivo
    sociable
    sociable adjetivo sociable, friendly
    ' sociable' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    expansiva
    - expansivo
    English:
    gregarious
    - mix
    - mixer
    - sociable
    - unsociable
    - antisocial
    - keep
    - out
    * * *
    sociable
    * * *
    adj sociable
    * * *
    : sociable
    * * *
    sociable adj sociable

    Spanish-English dictionary > sociable

  • 833 social

    adj.
    social.
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    1 social
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    adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=de la sociedad) social
    2) (Com, Econ) company antes de s, company's

    acuerdo social, pacto social — wages agreement

    paz social — industrial harmony, agreement between employers and unions

    2.
    SMPL (Escol) * social studies
    * * *
    1)
    a) <problemas/clase/lucha> social
    b) <reunión/compromiso> social
    2) (Fin) company (before n)
    * * *
    = social, societal, socialising [socializing, -USA], socialised [socialized, -USA], gregarious.
    Ex. She has been a vital and energetic voice in the movement to increase the sensitivity and responsibility of libraries to social issues, as well as a first-rate cataloger.
    Ex. A major concern of the journal will be the business, economic, legal, societal and technological relationships between information technology and information resource management.
    Ex. Thus teachers especially, because they have a captive audience, find themselves along with parents and a child's peers, one of a triumvirate of main socializing agents in a child's life.
    Ex. The client is rational and socialized and to a large extent determines self-destiny.
    Ex. The most popular activities are either those involving little physical effort (eg, listening to records), looking after the house & garden, or gregarious activities like going out for a drink.
    ----
    * acontecimiento social = community event, social.
    * actividad social = social activity.
    * acto social = networking event.
    * adaptación social = social adjustment.
    * agitación social = social upheaval.
    * aislamiento social = social isolation.
    * ansiedad social = social anxiety.
    * aprovechada de la asistencia social = welfare queen.
    * armonía social = social harmony.
    * asistencia social = social relief, welfare.
    * asistencia social para los mayores = elderly care, elder care [eldercare].
    * asistente social de barrio = community worker.
    * ayuda social = welfare benefits.
    * bienestar social = social welfare, welfare.
    * cambio social = social change, societal change.
    * capa social más distinguida, la = crust, the.
    * capital social = social capital.
    * causa social = social cause.
    * centro de asistencia social = welfare facility.
    * centro social = community centre, community hall.
    * centro social para veteranos de guerra = Veterans' centre.
    * ciencias sociales = social sciences, soft sciences, the.
    * club social = civic club.
    * cohesión social = social cohesion.
    * comentario social = social commentary.
    * complejo recreativo y social = leisure centre.
    * comportamiento social = social graces.
    * compromiso social = social engagement.
    * concertación social = social harmony.
    * conciencia social = social consciousness.
    * condiciones sociales = walks (of/in) life.
    * condición social = station in life.
    * conflictividad social = social unrest.
    * conflicto social = social conflict.
    * contrato social = social contract.
    * con una orientación social = socially-oriented.
    * convención social = social convention.
    * crítica social = social commentary.
    * cuestión social = social issue, societal issue.
    * cultura social = social culture.
    * debate social = public discourse.
    * derechos sociales = social rights.
    * descontento social = civil unrest, social unrest.
    * de una clase social superior = above + Posesivo + class.
    * diferencia social = social gap.
    * dimensión social = social dimension.
    * distancia social = social distance.
    * encuentro social = networking event.
    * enfermedad social = social disease.
    * entramado social, el = social web, the.
    * entre grupos sociales = intergroup.
    * equiparación social = social levelling.
    * escoria social de raza blanca = white trash.
    * espacio social = social space.
    * estatus social = class standing.
    * estratificación social = social stratification.
    * etiquetado social = social tagging.
    * evento social = social.
    * exclusión social = social exclusion.
    * fobia social = social anxiety.
    * grupo social = community group, social group.
    * hacer vida social = socialise [socialize, -USA].
    * inadaptación social = social maladjustment.
    * inadaptado social = social misfit.
    * incompetente social = geek, nerd, nerdy [nerdier -comp., nerdiest -sup.], geeky [geekier -comp., geekiest -sup.].
    * incorporación social = social inclusion.
    * Indice de Citas de las Ciencias Sociales (SSCI) = Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI).
    * inepto social = nerdy [nerdier -comp., nerdiest -sup.], nerd, geek, geeky [geekier -comp., geekiest -sup.].
    * influencia social = social influence.
    * injusticia social = social injustice.
    * inserción social = social insertion.
    * interacción social = social interaction.
    * malestar social = civil unrest, social malaise, social unrest.
    * marginación social = social exclusion.
    * marginado social = social outcast.
    * mediación social = social mediation.
    * medios de comunicación social = mass media.
    * mejora social = social improvement.
    * memoria social = social memory.
    * nivelación social = social levelling.
    * política social = social policy.
    * posición social = social standing.
    * práctica social = meme.
    * presión social = social pressure.
    * prestación social sustitut = community service.
    * profesión de vocación social = caring profession.
    * programa social = social program(me).
    * progreso social = social progress.
    * promoción social = social advancement.
    * rechazado social = social outcast.
    * redes sociales = social networking.
    * reintegración social = social reintegration.
    * reunión social = social gathering.
    * riesgo social = social risk.
    * salón social = community room, drop-in lounge, community hall.
    * sátira social = social satire.
    * seguridad social = social security.
    * Seguridad Social Británica = National Health Service (NHS).
    * seguro social = social insurance.
    * servicio social = social service.
    * servicio social sustitutorio = community service.
    * servicios sociales = human services.
    * sistema social = social system.
    * social demócrata = social democratic.
    * tejido social, el = social web, the, fabric of society, the.
    * tendencia social = social trend.
    * urbanización de viviendas sociales = council estate.
    * velada social = social evening.
    * vivienda social = council tenancy, council house.
    * web social, la = social web, the.
    * * *
    1)
    a) <problemas/clase/lucha> social
    b) <reunión/compromiso> social
    2) (Fin) company (before n)
    * * *
    = social, societal, socialising [socializing, -USA], socialised [socialized, -USA], gregarious.

    Ex: She has been a vital and energetic voice in the movement to increase the sensitivity and responsibility of libraries to social issues, as well as a first-rate cataloger.

    Ex: A major concern of the journal will be the business, economic, legal, societal and technological relationships between information technology and information resource management.
    Ex: Thus teachers especially, because they have a captive audience, find themselves along with parents and a child's peers, one of a triumvirate of main socializing agents in a child's life.
    Ex: The client is rational and socialized and to a large extent determines self-destiny.
    Ex: The most popular activities are either those involving little physical effort (eg, listening to records), looking after the house & garden, or gregarious activities like going out for a drink.
    * acontecimiento social = community event, social.
    * actividad social = social activity.
    * acto social = networking event.
    * adaptación social = social adjustment.
    * agitación social = social upheaval.
    * aislamiento social = social isolation.
    * ansiedad social = social anxiety.
    * aprovechada de la asistencia social = welfare queen.
    * armonía social = social harmony.
    * asistencia social = social relief, welfare.
    * asistencia social para los mayores = elderly care, elder care [eldercare].
    * asistente social de barrio = community worker.
    * ayuda social = welfare benefits.
    * bienestar social = social welfare, welfare.
    * cambio social = social change, societal change.
    * capa social más distinguida, la = crust, the.
    * capital social = social capital.
    * causa social = social cause.
    * centro de asistencia social = welfare facility.
    * centro social = community centre, community hall.
    * centro social para veteranos de guerra = Veterans' centre.
    * ciencias sociales = social sciences, soft sciences, the.
    * club social = civic club.
    * cohesión social = social cohesion.
    * comentario social = social commentary.
    * complejo recreativo y social = leisure centre.
    * comportamiento social = social graces.
    * compromiso social = social engagement.
    * concertación social = social harmony.
    * conciencia social = social consciousness.
    * condiciones sociales = walks (of/in) life.
    * condición social = station in life.
    * conflictividad social = social unrest.
    * conflicto social = social conflict.
    * contrato social = social contract.
    * con una orientación social = socially-oriented.
    * convención social = social convention.
    * crítica social = social commentary.
    * cuestión social = social issue, societal issue.
    * cultura social = social culture.
    * debate social = public discourse.
    * derechos sociales = social rights.
    * descontento social = civil unrest, social unrest.
    * de una clase social superior = above + Posesivo + class.
    * diferencia social = social gap.
    * dimensión social = social dimension.
    * distancia social = social distance.
    * encuentro social = networking event.
    * enfermedad social = social disease.
    * entramado social, el = social web, the.
    * entre grupos sociales = intergroup.
    * equiparación social = social levelling.
    * escoria social de raza blanca = white trash.
    * espacio social = social space.
    * estatus social = class standing.
    * estratificación social = social stratification.
    * etiquetado social = social tagging.
    * evento social = social.
    * exclusión social = social exclusion.
    * fobia social = social anxiety.
    * grupo social = community group, social group.
    * hacer vida social = socialise [socialize, -USA].
    * inadaptación social = social maladjustment.
    * inadaptado social = social misfit.
    * incompetente social = geek, nerd, nerdy [nerdier -comp., nerdiest -sup.], geeky [geekier -comp., geekiest -sup.].
    * incorporación social = social inclusion.
    * Indice de Citas de las Ciencias Sociales (SSCI) = Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI).
    * inepto social = nerdy [nerdier -comp., nerdiest -sup.], nerd, geek, geeky [geekier -comp., geekiest -sup.].
    * influencia social = social influence.
    * injusticia social = social injustice.
    * inserción social = social insertion.
    * interacción social = social interaction.
    * malestar social = civil unrest, social malaise, social unrest.
    * marginación social = social exclusion.
    * marginado social = social outcast.
    * mediación social = social mediation.
    * medios de comunicación social = mass media.
    * mejora social = social improvement.
    * memoria social = social memory.
    * nivelación social = social levelling.
    * política social = social policy.
    * posición social = social standing.
    * práctica social = meme.
    * presión social = social pressure.
    * prestación social sustitut = community service.
    * profesión de vocación social = caring profession.
    * programa social = social program(me).
    * progreso social = social progress.
    * promoción social = social advancement.
    * rechazado social = social outcast.
    * redes sociales = social networking.
    * reintegración social = social reintegration.
    * reunión social = social gathering.
    * riesgo social = social risk.
    * salón social = community room, drop-in lounge, community hall.
    * sátira social = social satire.
    * seguridad social = social security.
    * Seguridad Social Británica = National Health Service (NHS).
    * seguro social = social insurance.
    * servicio social = social service.
    * servicio social sustitutorio = community service.
    * servicios sociales = human services.
    * sistema social = social system.
    * social demócrata = social democratic.
    * tejido social, el = social web, the, fabric of society, the.
    * tendencia social = social trend.
    * urbanización de viviendas sociales = council estate.
    * velada social = social evening.
    * vivienda social = council tenancy, council house.
    * web social, la = social web, the.

    * * *
    A
    1 ‹cambio/problemas› social; ‹clase/lucha› social
    las reivindicaciones sociales de los trabajadores the workers' demands for improvements in social conditions
    2 ‹reunión/compromiso› social
    notas sociales or agenda social ( Period) society column/pages
    B ( Fin) company ( before n) capital2 (↑ capital (2)), razón, sede
    ( Esp)
    undercover police officer
    * * *

     

    social adjetivo
    social
    social adjetivo
    1 social
    2 Fin capital social, share capital
    domicilio social, registered address
    ' social' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    agitación
    - alta
    - ambiente
    - argot
    - arribista
    - asistencia
    - asistente
    - beneficio
    - capital
    - cartilla
    - casta
    - círculo
    - clase
    - condición
    - conflictividad
    - convulsión
    - cotizar
    - cotización
    - entorno
    - específica
    - específico
    - estratificación
    - extracción
    - FSE
    - humildad
    - humilde
    - imponerse
    - INSERSO
    - insumisa
    - insumiso
    - malestar
    - movimiento
    - nivel
    - orientarse
    - rango
    - retirarse
    - seguridad
    - señor
    - situarse
    - socialdemócrata
    - SS
    - tertuliana
    - tertuliano
    - tratar
    - trepa
    - advenedizo
    - aportar
    - aporte
    - bien
    - bienestar
    English:
    antisocial
    - atmosphere
    - benefit
    - caring professions
    - civil
    - class
    - climber
    - community centre
    - dinner
    - enhance
    - health service
    - inbred
    - institution
    - Ivy League
    - ladder
    - lounge
    - misfit
    - National Insurance
    - NHS
    - pecking order
    - position
    - rise
    - rising
    - share capital
    - skill
    - social
    - social climber
    - Social Democrat
    - social insurance
    - social sciences
    - social security
    - social services
    - social welfare
    - social worker
    - socialize
    - socializing
    - standing
    - station
    - unrest
    - village hall
    - visitor
    - walk
    - welfare
    - welfare centre
    - welfare worker
    - ASBO
    - barbecue
    - bee
    - claim
    - code
    * * *
    social adj
    1. [clase, organización, lucha] social
    2. [vida, actividad] social
    3. Econ
    capital social share capital;
    sede social headquarters, head office
    * * *
    adj social
    * * *
    social adj
    : social
    socialmente adv
    * * *
    social adj social

    Spanish-English dictionary > social

  • 834 sociedad de beneficiencia

    (n.) = friendly society, provident society, mutual benefit society
    Ex. The origins of this institution -- part trade union, part friendly society, and part social club -- are obscure, but chapels were well established by the mid sixteenth century in the larger continental shops.
    Ex. Wilson thought that most of these objectives were unattainable by provident societies, since they were governed by people of various religious denominations.
    Ex. Most mutual benefit societies formed to provide financial assistance for members who were unable to work because of illness, funeral and burial expenses, pensions for widows and orphans, and low-interest loans.
    * * *
    (n.) = friendly society, provident society, mutual benefit society

    Ex: The origins of this institution -- part trade union, part friendly society, and part social club -- are obscure, but chapels were well established by the mid sixteenth century in the larger continental shops.

    Ex: Wilson thought that most of these objectives were unattainable by provident societies, since they were governed by people of various religious denominations.
    Ex: Most mutual benefit societies formed to provide financial assistance for members who were unable to work because of illness, funeral and burial expenses, pensions for widows and orphans, and low-interest loans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sociedad de beneficiencia

  • 835 sociedad de seguros mutuos

    (n.) = provident society, mutual benefit society
    Ex. Wilson thought that most of these objectives were unattainable by provident societies, since they were governed by people of various religious denominations.
    Ex. Most mutual benefit societies formed to provide financial assistance for members who were unable to work because of illness, funeral and burial expenses, pensions for widows and orphans, and low-interest loans.
    * * *
    (n.) = provident society, mutual benefit society

    Ex: Wilson thought that most of these objectives were unattainable by provident societies, since they were governed by people of various religious denominations.

    Ex: Most mutual benefit societies formed to provide financial assistance for members who were unable to work because of illness, funeral and burial expenses, pensions for widows and orphans, and low-interest loans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sociedad de seguros mutuos

  • 836 sociedad de socorros mutuos

    (n.) = friendly society, provident society, mutual benefit society
    Ex. The origins of this institution -- part trade union, part friendly society, and part social club -- are obscure, but chapels were well established by the mid sixteenth century in the larger continental shops.
    Ex. Wilson thought that most of these objectives were unattainable by provident societies, since they were governed by people of various religious denominations.
    Ex. Most mutual benefit societies formed to provide financial assistance for members who were unable to work because of illness, funeral and burial expenses, pensions for widows and orphans, and low-interest loans.
    * * *
    (n.) = friendly society, provident society, mutual benefit society

    Ex: The origins of this institution -- part trade union, part friendly society, and part social club -- are obscure, but chapels were well established by the mid sixteenth century in the larger continental shops.

    Ex: Wilson thought that most of these objectives were unattainable by provident societies, since they were governed by people of various religious denominations.
    Ex: Most mutual benefit societies formed to provide financial assistance for members who were unable to work because of illness, funeral and burial expenses, pensions for widows and orphans, and low-interest loans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sociedad de socorros mutuos

  • 837 sofocar

    v.
    1 to suffocate, to stifle.
    El criminal sofoca a Ricardo The criminal suffocates Richard.
    2 to put out, to smother (incendio).
    3 to suppress, to quell.
    Miguel sofoca su ira Mike quells his anger.
    4 to mortify.
    5 to quench, to extinguish, to put out.
    Elsa sofocó el fuego Elsa quenched the fire.
    6 to embarrass, to make nervous.
    Su actitud sofocó a Ricardo Her attitude embarrassed Richard.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ SACAR], like link=sacar sacar
    1 (ahogar) to suffocate, stifle, smother
    2 figurado (abochornar) to make blush
    3 figurado (incendio) to put out, extinguish; (rebelión) to suppress, put down
    1 (de calor etc) to suffocate
    3 familiar (enfadarse) to get upset, get angry
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=ahogar) [calor] to stifle; [fuego, humo] to suffocate
    2) (=apagar) [+ incendio] to smother, put out; [+ rebelión] to crush, put down; [+ epidemia] to stamp out
    3) (=enojar) to anger, upset
    4) (=avergonzar) to embarrass
    5) (=sonrojar) to make... blush
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo < fuego> to smother, put out; <motín/revolución> to stifle, put down
    2.
    sofocarse v pron ( acalorarse) to get upset o (colloq) worked up
    * * *
    = smother, quench, quell, strangle, snuff out, stifle, stamp out, weigh down.
    Ex. This article outlines the preparatory stages and describes some of the problems presented by the physical conditions in a city of tents either drenched by rain or smothered by dust = Este artículo esboza las etapas preparatorias y describe algunos de los problemas que presentan las condiciones físicas de una gran cantidad de tiendas de campaña empapadas por la lluvia o cubiertas por el polvo.
    Ex. By such mutual assistance, the wits and endeavours of the world may no longer be as so many scattered coals, or firebrands, which, for want of union are soon quenched, whereas, being but laid together, they would have yielded a comfortable light and heat.
    Ex. The something that had ached in Zach Ponderal all week and which he thought he had finally quelled, started aching again.
    Ex. Self-effacing nervousness causes the epiglottis to tighten, strangling the words in the throat and stiffening the diaphragm so that it is like pulled-out elastic unable to propel anything.
    Ex. The producer did a 'hatchet job' on the film, substantially dumbing down the project and snuffing out any subtlety or nuance.
    Ex. Excessive emphasis on the need to exact payment will stifle the flow of information.
    Ex. The existence of the Internet and World Wide Web has made it almost impossible to stamp out crimes committed by hackers.
    Ex. The passages describing the environment, though lushly written, are inclined to weigh down the narrative thrust of the novel.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo < fuego> to smother, put out; <motín/revolución> to stifle, put down
    2.
    sofocarse v pron ( acalorarse) to get upset o (colloq) worked up
    * * *
    = smother, quench, quell, strangle, snuff out, stifle, stamp out, weigh down.

    Ex: This article outlines the preparatory stages and describes some of the problems presented by the physical conditions in a city of tents either drenched by rain or smothered by dust = Este artículo esboza las etapas preparatorias y describe algunos de los problemas que presentan las condiciones físicas de una gran cantidad de tiendas de campaña empapadas por la lluvia o cubiertas por el polvo.

    Ex: By such mutual assistance, the wits and endeavours of the world may no longer be as so many scattered coals, or firebrands, which, for want of union are soon quenched, whereas, being but laid together, they would have yielded a comfortable light and heat.
    Ex: The something that had ached in Zach Ponderal all week and which he thought he had finally quelled, started aching again.
    Ex: Self-effacing nervousness causes the epiglottis to tighten, strangling the words in the throat and stiffening the diaphragm so that it is like pulled-out elastic unable to propel anything.
    Ex: The producer did a 'hatchet job' on the film, substantially dumbing down the project and snuffing out any subtlety or nuance.
    Ex: Excessive emphasis on the need to exact payment will stifle the flow of information.
    Ex: The existence of the Internet and World Wide Web has made it almost impossible to stamp out crimes committed by hackers.
    Ex: The passages describing the environment, though lushly written, are inclined to weigh down the narrative thrust of the novel.

    * * *
    sofocar [A2 ]
    vt
    ‹fuego› to smother, put out; ‹motín/revolución› to stifle, put down
    este calor me sofoca this heat is suffocating o stifling
    1 ( fam) (acalorarse) to get upset o ( colloq) worked up
    2 ( fam) (avergonzarse) to get embarrassed:
    3 (por el calor) to suffocate
    4 (por un esfuerzo) to get out of breath
    * * *

    sofocar ( conjugate sofocar) verbo transitivo fuego to smother, put out;
    motín/revolución to stifle, put down
    sofocarse verbo pronominal ( acalorarse) to get upset o (colloq) worked up
    sofocar verbo transitivo
    1 (un incendio) to extinguish, smother: los bomberos sofocaron las llamas, the firemen smothered the flames
    (una rebelión) to put out: el ejército sofocó la revuelta, the army crushed the rebellion
    (una protesta) to stifle: los antidisturbios sofocaron la manifestación, the riot police brought the protest under control
    (un grito, ruido) to muffle, stifle
    (un sentimiento) to control
    2 (asfixiar) to suffocate
    3 (abochornar) to embarrass
    ' sofocar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    damp
    - put down
    - smother
    - stamp out
    - stifle
    - douse
    - over
    - put
    - quash
    - quell
    - quench
    - stamp
    - suppress
    * * *
    vt
    1. [ahogar, abrasar] to suffocate, to stifle
    2. [incendio] to put out, to smother
    3. [rebelión] to suppress, to quell
    4. [agobiar] [con trabajo] to overburden
    5. [avergonzar] to embarrass
    * * *
    v/t
    1 suffocate
    2 incendio put out
    * * *
    sofocar {72} vt
    1) ahogar: to suffocate, to smother
    2) extinguir: to extinguish, to put out (a fire)
    3) aplastar: to crush, to put down
    sofocar una rebelión: to crush a rebellion
    * * *
    1. (apagar) to put out [pt. & pp. put]
    2. (ahogar) to suffocate

    Spanish-English dictionary > sofocar

  • 838 somática

    Ex. ABMP is a professional massage association representing massage, bodywork, somatics practitioners, and estheticians.
    * * *

    Ex: ABMP is a professional massage association representing massage, bodywork, somatics practitioners, and estheticians.

    * * *

    somático,-a adjetivo somatic, physical

    Spanish-English dictionary > somática

  • 839 somático

    adj.
    somatic, body, corporeal, of the body.
    * * *
    1 somatic
    * * *
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo somatic
    * * *
    Ex. Research has also found that the fair skinned Eurocentric model is the somatic norm for advertising.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo somatic
    * * *

    Ex: Research has also found that the fair skinned Eurocentric model is the somatic norm for advertising.

    * * *
    somatic
    * * *

    somático,-a adjetivo somatic, physical
    ' somático' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    somática
    * * *
    somático, -a adj
    somatic

    Spanish-English dictionary > somático

  • 840 sonido

    m.
    sound.
    sonido vocálico vowel sound
    * * *
    1 sound
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino sound
    * * *
    = sound, ringing, audio, ring, bleeping sound, chime.
    Nota: De timbre, campana, reloj, móvil o similar.
    Ex. A carrier is a physical medium in which data, sound, images, etc., are stored.
    Ex. The mere ringing of the telephone and the necessary conversation on it create a considerable level of noise.
    Ex. There is also a further dilemma concerning formats such as film and audio which have tended to receive a lower profile in the library world (too awkward, too cluttered with copyright restrictions, too technically instable).
    Ex. Pricing is a difficult concept for librarians since we hear no clear ring of the cash register, but it is also problematic for retailers.
    Ex. At some pelican crossings there is a bleeping sound to indicate to blind or partially-sighted people when the steady green figure is showing.
    Ex. After hearing the chimes, dial your ten-digit customer identification number.
    ----
    * a la velocidad del sonido = at the speed of sound.
    * amplificador de sonido = audio amplifier.
    * barrera del sonido = sound barrier.
    * calidad del sonido = sound quality.
    * canal de sonido = sound channel.
    * cartucho de sonido = sound cartridge.
    * casete para grabación de sonido = sound cassette.
    * CD de sonido = audio CD, CD-audio.
    * cinta de sonido = tape, phonotape.
    * colección de sonido = sound collection.
    * emitir un sonido = emit + sound.
    * equipo de sonido = sound system, hi-fi system.
    * fichero de sonido = audio file, sound file.
    * fichero de sonido simultáneo = streaming audio.
    * gesticular palabras con la boca sin emitir sonido = mouth.
    * imágenes y sonidos = sights and sounds.
    * ingeniero de sonido = sound engineer.
    * romper la barrera del sonido = break + the sound barrier.
    * sintetizador de sonidos = sound synthesiser.
    * sistema de sonido cuadrafónico = quadrophonic system.
    * sonido alto = loud noise.
    * sonido cuadrofónico = surround sound.
    * sonido de llamada = ringtone.
    * sonido envolvente = surround sound.
    * sonido estéreo = stereo sound.
    * sonido estereofónico = stereo sound, stereophonic sound.
    * sonido silábico = syllabic sound.
    * sonido vocálico = vowel sound, vocalic sound, vowel-like sound.
    * tarjeta de sonido = sound card.
    * técnico de sonido = sound technician.
    * transposición de los sonidos = slip of the tongue, spoonerism.
    * velocidad del sonido, la = speed of sound, the.
    * vídeo con sonido = audio video.
    * * *
    masculino sound
    * * *
    = sound, ringing, audio, ring, bleeping sound, chime.
    Nota: De timbre, campana, reloj, móvil o similar.

    Ex: A carrier is a physical medium in which data, sound, images, etc., are stored.

    Ex: The mere ringing of the telephone and the necessary conversation on it create a considerable level of noise.
    Ex: There is also a further dilemma concerning formats such as film and audio which have tended to receive a lower profile in the library world (too awkward, too cluttered with copyright restrictions, too technically instable).
    Ex: Pricing is a difficult concept for librarians since we hear no clear ring of the cash register, but it is also problematic for retailers.
    Ex: At some pelican crossings there is a bleeping sound to indicate to blind or partially-sighted people when the steady green figure is showing.
    Ex: After hearing the chimes, dial your ten-digit customer identification number.
    * a la velocidad del sonido = at the speed of sound.
    * amplificador de sonido = audio amplifier.
    * barrera del sonido = sound barrier.
    * calidad del sonido = sound quality.
    * canal de sonido = sound channel.
    * cartucho de sonido = sound cartridge.
    * casete para grabación de sonido = sound cassette.
    * CD de sonido = audio CD, CD-audio.
    * cinta de sonido = tape, phonotape.
    * colección de sonido = sound collection.
    * emitir un sonido = emit + sound.
    * equipo de sonido = sound system, hi-fi system.
    * fichero de sonido = audio file, sound file.
    * fichero de sonido simultáneo = streaming audio.
    * gesticular palabras con la boca sin emitir sonido = mouth.
    * imágenes y sonidos = sights and sounds.
    * ingeniero de sonido = sound engineer.
    * romper la barrera del sonido = break + the sound barrier.
    * sintetizador de sonidos = sound synthesiser.
    * sistema de sonido cuadrafónico = quadrophonic system.
    * sonido alto = loud noise.
    * sonido cuadrofónico = surround sound.
    * sonido de llamada = ringtone.
    * sonido envolvente = surround sound.
    * sonido estéreo = stereo sound.
    * sonido estereofónico = stereo sound, stereophonic sound.
    * sonido silábico = syllabic sound.
    * sonido vocálico = vowel sound, vocalic sound, vowel-like sound.
    * tarjeta de sonido = sound card.
    * técnico de sonido = sound technician.
    * transposición de los sonidos = slip of the tongue, spoonerism.
    * velocidad del sonido, la = speed of sound, the.
    * vídeo con sonido = audio video.

    * * *
    sound
    Compuesto:
    quadraphonic sound
    * * *

     

    sonido sustantivo masculino
    sound
    sonido sustantivo masculino sound
    equipo de sonido, sound equipment
    ' sonido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aguda
    - agudo
    - alta
    - alto
    - barrera
    - bramido
    - chillón
    - chillona
    - conservar
    - continuamente
    - débil
    - deliciosa
    - delicioso
    - deslucir
    - digital
    - emitir
    - filtro
    - graznido
    - hueca
    - hueco
    - oír
    - paso
    - registrar
    - reproducción
    - reproducir
    - resonancia
    - risa
    - rumor
    - simular
    - son
    - sorda
    - sordo
    - suavizar
    - tarjeta
    - timbre
    - trallazo
    - traspasar
    - triquitraque
    - volumen
    - voz
    - agudeza
    - amortiguar
    - apagado
    - áspero
    - bip
    - claridad
    - claro
    - continuo
    - crac
    - debilitar
    English:
    absorb
    - amplify
    - audio
    - background
    - bang
    - boohoo
    - boom
    - brassy
    - burr
    - buzz
    - carry
    - chink
    - clang
    - clank
    - clash
    - click
    - come through
    - convey
    - crew
    - deaden
    - deepen
    - detect
    - die away
    - dull
    - emit
    - equalizer
    - fade
    - faint
    - harsh
    - hear
    - hi-fi
    - hollow
    - inarticulate
    - jangle
    - knock
    - mellow
    - mixer
    - muffle
    - muffled
    - muted
    - obtrusive
    - odd-sounding
    - penetrating
    - piercing
    - playback
    - pow
    - puff
    - record
    - recorded
    - ring
    * * *
    sonido nm
    sound
    * * *
    m sound
    * * *
    sonido nm
    : sound
    * * *
    sonido n sound

    Spanish-English dictionary > sonido

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