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  • 741 en alerta roja

    Ex. We will be on red alert effective today, which means that we will place on stand-by at least 2,000 soldiers to prepare for any incident in the Labor Day holiday.
    * * *

    Ex: We will be on red alert effective today, which means that we will place on stand-by at least 2,000 soldiers to prepare for any incident in the Labor Day holiday.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en alerta roja

  • 742 en buenas manos

    in good hands
    * * *
    = in a safe place, in safekeeping
    Ex. Print this document and keep it in a safe place for future reference.
    Ex. She would hold it in safekeeping until they were both free of danger, healthy, and enjoying the life he had promised.
    * * *
    = in a safe place, in safekeeping

    Ex: Print this document and keep it in a safe place for future reference.

    Ex: She would hold it in safekeeping until they were both free of danger, healthy, and enjoying the life he had promised.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en buenas manos

  • 743 en cualquier otra parte

    = anywhere else, everywhere else
    Ex. The answer was that it could be imported but that it was often no more plentiful anywhere else in the institution than in SLIS.
    Ex. What bothers me is we are very quick as a people to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us.
    * * *
    = anywhere else, everywhere else

    Ex: The answer was that it could be imported but that it was often no more plentiful anywhere else in the institution than in SLIS.

    Ex: What bothers me is we are very quick as a people to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en cualquier otra parte

  • 744 en cualquier otro lugar

    = anywhere else, everywhere else
    Ex. The answer was that it could be imported but that it was often no more plentiful anywhere else in the institution than in SLIS.
    Ex. What bothers me is we are very quick as a people to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us.
    * * *
    = anywhere else, everywhere else

    Ex: The answer was that it could be imported but that it was often no more plentiful anywhere else in the institution than in SLIS.

    Ex: What bothers me is we are very quick as a people to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en cualquier otro lugar

  • 745 en cuanto a mí

    Ex. As for me, I sit, as the saying goes, between a rock and a hard place.
    * * *

    Ex: As for me, I sit, as the saying goes, between a rock and a hard place.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en cuanto a mí

  • 746 en diferente grado

    = differing, in varying measures
    Ex. Different devices for the organisation of knowledge place differing emphasis on the relative importance of these two objectives.
    Ex. Many of the public sector SLIS complained, in varying measures, of the inhibiting nature of accounting methods used by their paymasters.
    * * *
    = differing, in varying measures

    Ex: Different devices for the organisation of knowledge place differing emphasis on the relative importance of these two objectives.

    Ex: Many of the public sector SLIS complained, in varying measures, of the inhibiting nature of accounting methods used by their paymasters.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en diferente grado

  • 747 en diferente medida

    = differing, in varying measures
    Ex. Different devices for the organisation of knowledge place differing emphasis on the relative importance of these two objectives.
    Ex. Many of the public sector SLIS complained, in varying measures, of the inhibiting nature of accounting methods used by their paymasters.
    * * *
    = differing, in varying measures

    Ex: Different devices for the organisation of knowledge place differing emphasis on the relative importance of these two objectives.

    Ex: Many of the public sector SLIS complained, in varying measures, of the inhibiting nature of accounting methods used by their paymasters.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en diferente medida

  • 748 en distinta medida

    = differing, in varying measures
    Ex. Different devices for the organisation of knowledge place differing emphasis on the relative importance of these two objectives.
    Ex. Many of the public sector SLIS complained, in varying measures, of the inhibiting nature of accounting methods used by their paymasters.
    * * *
    = differing, in varying measures

    Ex: Different devices for the organisation of knowledge place differing emphasis on the relative importance of these two objectives.

    Ex: Many of the public sector SLIS complained, in varying measures, of the inhibiting nature of accounting methods used by their paymasters.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en distinta medida

  • 749 en distinto grado

    = in varying measures, differing, to varying degrees
    Ex. Many of the public sector SLIS complained, in varying measures, of the inhibiting nature of accounting methods used by their paymasters.
    Ex. Different devices for the organisation of knowledge place differing emphasis on the relative importance of these two objectives.
    Ex. Printed indexes that incorporate to varying degrees the principles of pre-coordinate indexing are to be found in abstracting and indexing journals, national bibliographies, and indexes to journals, to name but a few examples.
    * * *
    = in varying measures, differing, to varying degrees

    Ex: Many of the public sector SLIS complained, in varying measures, of the inhibiting nature of accounting methods used by their paymasters.

    Ex: Different devices for the organisation of knowledge place differing emphasis on the relative importance of these two objectives.
    Ex: Printed indexes that incorporate to varying degrees the principles of pre-coordinate indexing are to be found in abstracting and indexing journals, national bibliographies, and indexes to journals, to name but a few examples.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en distinto grado

  • 750 en el pasado

    = in the past, in past eras, at some point in the past, in years gone by, in days gone by, in former times
    Ex. In-house authority list record the headings that have been established for a given body or person in the past by that cataloguing or indexing agency.
    Ex. The needs of today's information users place demands on our information services far more acute than were normal in past eras.
    Ex. Some of the examples are incorrect according to the present schedules, but are found to have been correct at some point in the past.
    Ex. In years gone by there were warnings of the dangers of reading and listening to the radio.
    Ex. The lit-up computer screen is now our symbol of knowledge and power, omnipresent and omniscient as the eye of almighty God in days gone by.
    Ex. Because enumerative bibliography was not always the well organized craft it has now become many retrospective bibliographies produced in former times must be regarded with suspicion.
    * * *
    = in the past, in past eras, at some point in the past, in years gone by, in days gone by, in former times

    Ex: In-house authority list record the headings that have been established for a given body or person in the past by that cataloguing or indexing agency.

    Ex: The needs of today's information users place demands on our information services far more acute than were normal in past eras.
    Ex: Some of the examples are incorrect according to the present schedules, but are found to have been correct at some point in the past.
    Ex: In years gone by there were warnings of the dangers of reading and listening to the radio.
    Ex: The lit-up computer screen is now our symbol of knowledge and power, omnipresent and omniscient as the eye of almighty God in days gone by.
    Ex: Because enumerative bibliography was not always the well organized craft it has now become many retrospective bibliographies produced in former times must be regarded with suspicion.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el pasado

  • 751 en el resto

    Ex. What bothers me is we are very quick as a people to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us.
    * * *

    Ex: What bothers me is we are very quick as a people to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el resto

  • 752 en el ínterin

    meanwhile
    * * *
    = in the interim, in the intervening years, in the intervening period, ad interim
    Ex. But in the interim what do you do with things like citations in journal articles which should lead you to a record?.
    Ex. In the intervening years reference collections and reference services have changed greatly with the introduction of electronic media.
    Ex. The present survey involved contacting the same libraries and institutions in order to see what changes had taken place in the intervening period.
    Ex. Niklaus Meier assumes the Chief Financial Officer's responsibilities ad interim in addition to his current position as Chief Commercial Officer.
    * * *
    = in the interim, in the intervening years, in the intervening period, ad interim

    Ex: But in the interim what do you do with things like citations in journal articles which should lead you to a record?.

    Ex: In the intervening years reference collections and reference services have changed greatly with the introduction of electronic media.
    Ex: The present survey involved contacting the same libraries and institutions in order to see what changes had taken place in the intervening period.
    Ex: Niklaus Meier assumes the Chief Financial Officer's responsibilities ad interim in addition to his current position as Chief Commercial Officer.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el ínterin

  • 753 en este sentido

    = along these lines, in this connection, in this direction, in this sense, in this vein, in this spirit, in this regard, in this effort, in that spirit, on this score, to that effect
    Ex. Not so much has been done along these lines, beyond the bounds of arithmetic, as might be done, primarily because of the economics of the situation.
    Ex. In this connection, Ohmes and Jones of the Florida State University Library have offered some rather penetrating insights regarding what they call 'The Other Half of Cataloging'.
    Ex. However, its potential in this direction became evident, and in 1966 a catalogue card service was started.
    Ex. In other words, the elements of any single case may point to several concepts; in this sense, the cases are like icebergs -- more is hidden han appears on the surface.
    Ex. Except for a few library schools like that of the University of Botswana which is gradually attempting to adapt the curricula to the African environment, little has been done in this vein in the other library schools.
    Ex. The most important events which took place in this spirit are the following.
    Ex. In this regard, the traditional view of the library as a storehouse of materials cast a long shadow over future goals.
    Ex. One major element in this effort is developing and educating existing library staff.
    Ex. In that spirit, I offer the following breakdown of Internet and Web documents.
    Ex. Abstracting journals especially suffer on this score because the preparation and inclusion of abstracts is time-consuming.
    Ex. It was dangerous but NASA made provisions to that effect.
    * * *
    = along these lines, in this connection, in this direction, in this sense, in this vein, in this spirit, in this regard, in this effort, in that spirit, on this score, to that effect

    Ex: Not so much has been done along these lines, beyond the bounds of arithmetic, as might be done, primarily because of the economics of the situation.

    Ex: In this connection, Ohmes and Jones of the Florida State University Library have offered some rather penetrating insights regarding what they call 'The Other Half of Cataloging'.
    Ex: However, its potential in this direction became evident, and in 1966 a catalogue card service was started.
    Ex: In other words, the elements of any single case may point to several concepts; in this sense, the cases are like icebergs -- more is hidden han appears on the surface.
    Ex: Except for a few library schools like that of the University of Botswana which is gradually attempting to adapt the curricula to the African environment, little has been done in this vein in the other library schools.
    Ex: The most important events which took place in this spirit are the following.
    Ex: In this regard, the traditional view of the library as a storehouse of materials cast a long shadow over future goals.
    Ex: One major element in this effort is developing and educating existing library staff.
    Ex: In that spirit, I offer the following breakdown of Internet and Web documents.
    Ex: Abstracting journals especially suffer on this score because the preparation and inclusion of abstracts is time-consuming.
    Ex: It was dangerous but NASA made provisions to that effect.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en este sentido

  • 754 en gran medida

    = broadly, by and large, extensively, greatly, heavily, largely, to a considerable extent, to a high degree, to a large extent, tremendously, vastly, very much, keenly, in no small way, to any great degree, in many ways, in large part, in large measure, in no small measure, to a great extent, to a large degree, to a great degree
    Ex. These can be broadly categorised into the following two groups.
    Ex. This has been the case with newspapers which by and large have changed very little over the past century.
    Ex. Fiction classifications are used extensively in public libraries.
    Ex. The computer can greatly assist in thesaurus compilation and updating.
    Ex. Regular overhaul of guiding is important, especially for the new user who may rely heavily upon it.
    Ex. The reason for its popularity was largely that it was based upon a principle of conformity in essentials, and freedom in details.
    Ex. If the report is to a considerable extent in the words of the reporter then entry will be made under the heading for the reporter.
    Ex. UDC recognizes, to a high degree, the value of synthesis in classification.
    Ex. Variations in the extent of the description between a set of entries account to a large extent for the distinction between main, added and unit entries.
    Ex. The importance of the practicum in the curriculum has ebbed and flowed tremendously throughout the history of library education.
    Ex. And with the advent of computers, we have vastly accelerated the pace at which we are proceeding.
    Ex. She is still very much a children's book borrower with a smattering of titles taken from the applied sciences, which in Susan's case meant books on cookery and needlework.
    Ex. Those of us who deal with cooperatively produced catalogs and buy MARC tapes from a vendor will certainly feel the effects of all this keenly.
    Ex. His excellent rapport with Congress was in no small way responsible for the progress made by LC during his administration.
    Ex. Consumer advice centres were not used to any great degree by the working classes or those groups most at risk as consumers -- the elderly, divorced, widowed and separated.
    Ex. In many ways, the order in DC is poor, separating language (400) from literature (800), and history (900) from the other social sciences (300) = En muchos sentidos, el orden de la CD es pobre al separar la lengua (400) de la literatura (800) y la historia (900) de las otras ciencias sociales (300).
    Ex. Only journals published in the USA and devoted exclusively or in large part to the literature of social gerontology are described here.
    Ex. Despite their weight of numbers, nurses have not been accorded a pre-eminent place in hospitals, and in large measure they continue to rely on medical libraries for their information needs.
    Ex. Although it may have taken a little while to find its feet, this collection is now a most significant resource in its own right, due in no small measure by the stimulation provided by Victorian historians.
    Ex. To a great extent, these are self-explanatory reasons.
    Ex. To a large degree, the image an institution creates is determined by the leader who is the directing force of that institution.
    Ex. To a great degree, it is the faculty that make the Stanford psychology program so reputable.
    * * *
    = broadly, by and large, extensively, greatly, heavily, largely, to a considerable extent, to a high degree, to a large extent, tremendously, vastly, very much, keenly, in no small way, to any great degree, in many ways, in large part, in large measure, in no small measure, to a great extent, to a large degree, to a great degree

    Ex: These can be broadly categorised into the following two groups.

    Ex: This has been the case with newspapers which by and large have changed very little over the past century.
    Ex: Fiction classifications are used extensively in public libraries.
    Ex: The computer can greatly assist in thesaurus compilation and updating.
    Ex: Regular overhaul of guiding is important, especially for the new user who may rely heavily upon it.
    Ex: The reason for its popularity was largely that it was based upon a principle of conformity in essentials, and freedom in details.
    Ex: If the report is to a considerable extent in the words of the reporter then entry will be made under the heading for the reporter.
    Ex: UDC recognizes, to a high degree, the value of synthesis in classification.
    Ex: Variations in the extent of the description between a set of entries account to a large extent for the distinction between main, added and unit entries.
    Ex: The importance of the practicum in the curriculum has ebbed and flowed tremendously throughout the history of library education.
    Ex: And with the advent of computers, we have vastly accelerated the pace at which we are proceeding.
    Ex: She is still very much a children's book borrower with a smattering of titles taken from the applied sciences, which in Susan's case meant books on cookery and needlework.
    Ex: Those of us who deal with cooperatively produced catalogs and buy MARC tapes from a vendor will certainly feel the effects of all this keenly.
    Ex: His excellent rapport with Congress was in no small way responsible for the progress made by LC during his administration.
    Ex: Consumer advice centres were not used to any great degree by the working classes or those groups most at risk as consumers -- the elderly, divorced, widowed and separated.
    Ex: In many ways, the order in DC is poor, separating language (400) from literature (800), and history (900) from the other social sciences (300) = En muchos sentidos, el orden de la CD es pobre al separar la lengua (400) de la literatura (800) y la historia (900) de las otras ciencias sociales (300).
    Ex: Only journals published in the USA and devoted exclusively or in large part to the literature of social gerontology are described here.
    Ex: Despite their weight of numbers, nurses have not been accorded a pre-eminent place in hospitals, and in large measure they continue to rely on medical libraries for their information needs.
    Ex: Although it may have taken a little while to find its feet, this collection is now a most significant resource in its own right, due in no small measure by the stimulation provided by Victorian historians.
    Ex: To a great extent, these are self-explanatory reasons.
    Ex: To a large degree, the image an institution creates is determined by the leader who is the directing force of that institution.
    Ex: To a great degree, it is the faculty that make the Stanford psychology program so reputable.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en gran medida

  • 755 en gran parte

    = largely, in large part, in large measure, for the most part, to a great extent, to a great degree
    Ex. The reason for its popularity was largely that it was based upon a principle of conformity in essentials, and freedom in details.
    Ex. Only journals published in the USA and devoted exclusively or in large part to the literature of social gerontology are described here.
    Ex. Despite their weight of numbers, nurses have not been accorded a pre-eminent place in hospitals, and in large measure they continue to rely on medical libraries for their information needs.
    Ex. Only one fact holds true in all catalog worlds: library users -- despite their great personal differences and interests -- are, for the most part, expected to negotiate their own way through whatever catalog is presented to them.
    Ex. To a great extent, these are self-explanatory reasons.
    Ex. To a great degree, it is the faculty that make the Stanford psychology program so reputable.
    * * *
    = largely, in large part, in large measure, for the most part, to a great extent, to a great degree

    Ex: The reason for its popularity was largely that it was based upon a principle of conformity in essentials, and freedom in details.

    Ex: Only journals published in the USA and devoted exclusively or in large part to the literature of social gerontology are described here.
    Ex: Despite their weight of numbers, nurses have not been accorded a pre-eminent place in hospitals, and in large measure they continue to rely on medical libraries for their information needs.
    Ex: Only one fact holds true in all catalog worlds: library users -- despite their great personal differences and interests -- are, for the most part, expected to negotiate their own way through whatever catalog is presented to them.
    Ex: To a great extent, these are self-explanatory reasons.
    Ex: To a great degree, it is the faculty that make the Stanford psychology program so reputable.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en gran parte

  • 756 en la acera

    (adj.) = kerbside [curbside, -USA], curbside [kerbside, -UK]
    Ex. These boxes should be placed out on the kerbside by 8am on collection days.
    Ex. To be sure recycling is collected, place containers at curbside before 7 a.m..
    * * *
    (adj.) = kerbside [curbside, -USA], curbside [kerbside, -UK]

    Ex: These boxes should be placed out on the kerbside by 8am on collection days.

    Ex: To be sure recycling is collected, place containers at curbside before 7 a.m..

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la acera

  • 757 en lo demás

    Ex. What bothers me is we are very quick as a people to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us.
    * * *

    Ex: What bothers me is we are very quick as a people to recognize racism everywhere else except the one place that truly affects all of us.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en lo demás

  • 758 en lugar de

    instead of
    * * *
    * * *
    = as opposed to, in place of, instead of, rather than, in lieu of
    Ex. This command types the information immediately at the user's terminal, as opposed to the PRINT command generating offline prints which are subsequently mailed to the user.
    Ex. For example, the accession number might be used in place of the call number until the bibliographic information can be entered.
    Ex. It had three novel features: relative location, instead of the more usual fixed location.
    Ex. Also, title entries were ordered by grammatical arrangement, rather than in natural word order.
    Ex. The bibliography cannot be used in lieu of a library's own catalogue as it would contain entries for many books not in a particular library's own stock.
    * * *
    = as opposed to, in place of, instead of, rather than, in lieu of

    Ex: This command types the information immediately at the user's terminal, as opposed to the PRINT command generating offline prints which are subsequently mailed to the user.

    Ex: For example, the accession number might be used in place of the call number until the bibliographic information can be entered.
    Ex: It had three novel features: relative location, instead of the more usual fixed location.
    Ex: Also, title entries were ordered by grammatical arrangement, rather than in natural word order.
    Ex: The bibliography cannot be used in lieu of a library's own catalogue as it would contain entries for many books not in a particular library's own stock.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en lugar de

  • 759 en menor cantidad

    (adj.) = less copiously
    Ex. Wood letter was also produced in Europe but less copiously than in the United States, where later technical advances included die-stamping in place of pantographic copying, and wood letter with veneered and enamelled faces.
    * * *

    Ex: Wood letter was also produced in Europe but less copiously than in the United States, where later technical advances included die-stamping in place of pantographic copying, and wood letter with veneered and enamelled faces.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en menor cantidad

  • 760 en otra categoría

    Ex. For others, like Ernest Hemingway, alcohol was a way to place the mind on a different plane after writing all day at a desk.
    * * *

    Ex: For others, like Ernest Hemingway, alcohol was a way to place the mind on a different plane after writing all day at a desk.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en otra categoría

См. также в других словарях:

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  • place in the sun — phrasal : favorable position or status : advantage, eminence the laborer … toiling for a place in the sun A.R.Williams Italian fiction has found its place in the sun T.G.Bergin * * * place in the sun, a favorable position; as favorable a position …   Useful english dictionary

  • place in the sun —    If you have your place in the sun, you find wealth, happiness or whatever you are looking for in life.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    If you find a place in the sun, you reach a position which provides you with wealth and happiness,… …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

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  • Place in the sun — A place in the sun was a phrase coined by William II, German Emperor on June 18, 1901, to refer to Germany s colonial empire. [Hart (1920), p.95] It became more widely used to refer to the German desire, as a new nation, to be treated with… …   Wikipedia

  • place in the sun — location where the sun shines, desirable place …   English contemporary dictionary

  • place in the sun — noun a) A favorable position. b) Recognition, fame …   Wiktionary

  • place in the sun — idi a favorable position; prominence …   From formal English to slang

  • A Place in the Sun (TV series) — A Place in the Sun is a British FreeForm/Channel 4 daytime lifestyle programme about buying property abroad. It most often focuses on places in southern Europe, but in recent years has also featured a number of places in other areas of the world …   Wikipedia

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