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  • 481 derecho2

    2 = entitlement, law, right.
    Ex. Community education is another form of outreach that aims to educate the public about the availability of services that can help them, about their entitlement to benefits, or about their rights under the law.
    Ex. The social sciences class, 300, subsumes Economics, Politics, Law and Education.
    Ex. Access to information is a fundamental right of citizenship, in fact, the fourth right, following in the footsteps of civil rights, political rights and social rights.
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    * bibliografía de derecho = legal bibliography.
    * biblioteca de derecho = law library.
    * bibliotecario de biblioteca de derecho = law librarian.
    * biblioteconomía para las bibliotecas de derecho = law librarianship.
    * carta de derechos = charter of rights.
    * carta de derechos humanos = charter of human rights.
    * colección de derecho = law collection.
    * colección de libros de derecho en una prisión = prison law library.
    * conceder el derecho al voto = enfranchise.
    * con derecho a voto = eligible to vote.
    * con derecho de autor = copyright-protected.
    * con derechos de autor = copyrightable, royalty-paid.
    * con pleno derecho = with full rights.
    * conseguir el derecho para = win + the right to.
    * dar derecho a = entitle to.
    * Declaración de Derechos = Bill of Rights.
    * Declaración de los Derechos del Usuario = Library Bill of Rights.
    * de derecho = de jure [iure].
    * de derecho pero no de hecho = in name only.
    * defender los derechos de Uno = stand up for + Posesivo + rights.
    * defensor de los derechos de los animales = animal rights campaigner.
    * defensor de los derechos de los animales = animal rights activist.
    * defensor de los derechos de los ciudadanos = citizen activist.
    * defensor de los derechos humanos = human rights activist, human rights campaigner.
    * de pleno derecho = in + Posesivo + own right, rightful.
    * derecho administrativo = administrative law.
    * derecho a independizarse, el = right to secede, the.
    * derecho a la lectura = right to read.
    * derecho a la libertad de expresión = right to free speech, right of free speech.
    * derecho a la muerte = right to die.
    * derecho a la privacidad = privacy right.
    * derecho a la vida = right to live.
    * derecho a leer = right to read.
    * derecho al veto = veto power.
    * derecho al voto = suffrage, voting rights, right to vote, the.
    * derecho a vivir = right to live.
    * derecho a votar = suffrage, voting rights, right to vote, the.
    * derecho a voto = voting rights, suffrage, right to vote, the.
    * derecho básico = natural right, basic right.
    * derecho canónico = canon law.
    * derecho civil = civil law.
    * derecho comunitario = Community law.
    * derecho constitucional = constitutional right, constitutional law.
    * derecho consuetudinario = common law.
    * derecho de acceso = access right.
    * derecho de acceso a la información = right of access to information.
    * derecho de alquiler = rental right.
    * derecho de autor de la Corona = Crown copyright.
    * derecho de grabación de ondas sonoras o televisivas = off-air recording right.
    * derecho de la comunidad = community right.
    * derecho del consumidor = consumer law.
    * derecho del individuo = individual's right.
    * derecho del trabajo = employment law.
    * derecho de nacimiento = birthright.
    * derecho de paso = the right of way, right of entry.
    * derecho de patentes = patent law.
    * derecho de préstamo = lending right.
    * derecho de reproducción = reprographic right.
    * derecho de retención = lien.
    * derecho de servidumbre = easement.
    * derecho de sucesión = inheritance law.
    * derecho de voto = suffrage, voting rights, right to vote, the.
    * derecho divino = divine right, divine law.
    * derecho eclesiástico = ecclesiastical law.
    * derecho eterno = eternal right.
    * derecho exclusivo = exclusive right.
    * derecho humano = human right.
    * derecho inalienable = inalienable right, birthright, unalienable right.
    * derecho internacional = international law.
    * derecho laboral = employment law.
    * derecho legal = legal right.
    * derecho medioambiental = environmental law.
    * derecho natural = natural right, natural law.
    * derecho penal = criminal law, penal law.
    * derecho preferente de compra = preemption [pre-emption].
    * derecho público = civic right, public law.
    * derechos = rights.
    * derechos afines = neighbouring rights.
    * derechos cívicos = civil rights.
    * derechos civiles = civil rights, civil liberties.
    * derechos de aduana = customs duties.
    * derechos de amarre = moorage.
    * derechos de atraque = moorage.
    * derechos de autor = copyright, royalty [royalties, -pl.].
    * derechos de la mujer = women's rights.
    * derechos de la propiedad intelectual = intellectual property rights.
    * derechos del ciudadano = civil liberties.
    * derechos del consumidor = consumer rights [consumers' rights].
    * derechos de licencia = licensing rights.
    * derechos de los animales = animal rights.
    * derechos democráticos = democratic rights.
    * derechos de patente = patent rights.
    * derechos de propiedad = property rights.
    * derechos de reproducción = reproduction rights.
    * derechos en materia de procreación = reproductive rights.
    * derechos humanos específicos de la mujer = human rights of women.
    * derechos individuales = individual rights.
    * derecho soberano = sovereign right.
    * derecho sobre el préstamo al público (PLR) = public lending right (PLR).
    * derechos políticos = political rights.
    * derechos reproductivos = reproductive rights.
    * derechos sociales = social rights.
    * ejercer un derecho = exercise + right.
    * estado de derecho = rule of law.
    * facultad de derecho = law school.
    * hacer valer sus derechos = assert + Posesivo + rights.
    * igualdad de derechos = equal rights, equality of rights.
    * individualización de los derechos = individualisation of rights.
    * infracción del derecho de autor = copyright infringement.
    * infringir un derecho = infringe + right, violate + right.
    * instrucción sobre los derechos de los ciudadanos = community education.
    * ley de derechos de autor = copyright law.
    * Ley del Derecho a la Privacidad = privacy law, privacy protection law, Privacy Act.
    * libre de derechos de autor = royalty-free.
    * libro de derecho = law book.
    * luchar por los derechos = campaign for + rights.
    * material protegido por el derecho de autor = copyright material, copyrighted material.
    * mención de derecho de autor = statement of copyright.
    * movimiento en defensa de los derechos de la mujer = women's rights movement.
    * movimiento en defensa de los derechos de los animales = animal rights movement.
    * movimiento por los derechos civiles = civil rights movement.
    * obra amparada por el derecho de autor = copyright work.
    * obtener el derecho para = win + the right to.
    * oficina de derechos de autor = copyright office.
    * pagar derechos reales = pay + royalty.
    * propietario de los derechos de autor = rightholder.
    * protegido por el derecho de autor = copyrighted, copyright-protected.
    * reclamar el derecho a Algo = stake + Posesivo + claim.
    * reivindicar el derecho de Uno = stake + Posesivo + claim.
    * reservados todos los derechos = all rights reserved.
    * reservarse el derecho de = reserve + the right to.
    * respetar un derecho = respect + right.
    * sociedad de gestión de derechos de autor = copyright collective, copyright collecting society, copyright collecting agency.
    * tarifa de derechos de autor = royalty charge.
    * tener derecho a = be entitled to, have + a right to, entitle to, have + the right to, have + a say in.
    * tener derecho a expresar + Posesivo + opinión = be entitled to + Posesivo + own opinion.
    * tener derecho de paso = have + the right of way.
    * tener el derecho de = have + the right to.
    * titular del derecho = payee entitled.
    * titular del derecho de autor = rights-holder [rightsholder], copyright holder.
    * titular de los derechos de autor = rights-owner.
    * todos los derechos reservados = all rights reserved.
    * violación del derecho de la gente a + Nombre = invasion of people's right to + Nombre.
    * violación de los derechos humanos = violation of human rights, human rights abuse.
    * violar los derechos = invade + rights.
    * violar un derecho = infringe + right, violate + right.

    Spanish-English dictionary > derecho2

  • 482 derechos civiles

    m.pl.
    civil rights, civil liberty, political liberty.
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    civil rights
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    (n.) = civil rights, civil liberties
    Ex. Access to information is a fundamental right of citizenship, in fact, the fourth right, following in the footsteps of civil rights, political rights and social rights.
    Ex. He is one of America's foremost defenders of civil liberties.
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    (n.) = civil rights, civil liberties

    Ex: Access to information is a fundamental right of citizenship, in fact, the fourth right, following in the footsteps of civil rights, political rights and social rights.

    Ex: He is one of America's foremost defenders of civil liberties.

    Spanish-English dictionary > derechos civiles

  • 483 derechos cívicos

    (n.) = civil rights
    Ex. Access to information is a fundamental right of citizenship, in fact, the fourth right, following in the footsteps of civil rights, political rights and social rights.
    * * *

    Ex: Access to information is a fundamental right of citizenship, in fact, the fourth right, following in the footsteps of civil rights, political rights and social rights.

    * * *
    civil rights

    Spanish-English dictionary > derechos cívicos

  • 484 derechos políticos

    m.pl.
    political rights.
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    Ex. Access to information is a fundamental right of citizenship, in fact, the fourth right, following in the footsteps of civil rights, political rights and social rights.
    * * *

    Ex: Access to information is a fundamental right of citizenship, in fact, the fourth right, following in the footsteps of civil rights, political rights and social rights.

    Spanish-English dictionary > derechos políticos

  • 485 derechos sociales

    Ex. Access to information is a fundamental right of citizenship, in fact, the fourth right, following in the footsteps of civil rights, political rights and social rights.
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    Ex: Access to information is a fundamental right of citizenship, in fact, the fourth right, following in the footsteps of civil rights, political rights and social rights.

    Spanish-English dictionary > derechos sociales

  • 486 derribar

    v.
    1 to knock down, to demolish.
    Ella derribó la puerta She knocked down the door.
    2 to overthrow.
    El pueblo derribó al tirano The country overthrew the tyrant.
    3 to down, to bring down.
    Ella derriba las paredes She downs the walls.
    4 to blow down, to blow over.
    5 to crush.
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    1 (demoler) to pull down, demolish, knock down
    derribar un edificio to demolish a building, knock down a building
    3 (avión, enemigo) to shoot down, bring down
    4 (una puerta) to batter down
    5 figurado (gobierno) to overthrow; (ministro) to topple
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    verb
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    1. VT
    1) (=derrumbar) [+ edificio] to knock down, pull down; [+ puerta] to batter down; [+ barrera] to tear down

    el huracán derribó varias casasthe hurricane blew down o brought down a number of houses

    2) [+ persona] to knock down; (Boxeo) to floor
    3) (Aer) to shoot down, bring down
    4) (Caza) to shoot, bag
    5) [+ gobierno] to bring down, topple
    6) [+ pasión] to subdue
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) <edificio/muro> to demolish, knock down; < puerta> to break down
    b) < avión> to shoot down, bring down
    c) < persona> to floor, knock... down; < novillo> to knock... over
    d) viento to bring down
    e) < gobierno> to overthrow, topple
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    = knock out, tear down, smash, pull down, topple, bulldoze, knock down, fell, raze, lay + Nombre + low.
    Ex. Two years ago Hurricane Hugo nearly knocked out Charleston.
    Ex. A group opposing the incumbent alderman decided that the board's feasibility study amounted to a covert plan to tear down the house that served as the library and erect an ugly building.
    Ex. The library was badly vandalised and the intruders overturned 10 large bookcases, tore paintings down, emptied catalogues, and smashed intercoms, chairs, tables and windows.
    Ex. Evacuation of the building was followed by a recovery process which included covering stacks with plastic, locating damaged books, pulling down water-soaked ceiling tiles and removing computer terminals.
    Ex. The latest opinion polls show that 48 percent of Americans would back the use of armed force to topple Saddam Hussein.
    Ex. Nothing is left except debris and there remains nothing to salvage: only to bulldoze, clear and throw into rubbish dumps.
    Ex. Your note attempts to knock down an assertion not made.
    Ex. In this study, thirty-four-year-old chestnut trees were felled, measured and weighed to evaluate their aboveground biomass.
    Ex. The motel, which was built in 1953, will be razed to make way for a parking lot.
    Ex. She suffered frequent flare-ups of widespread inflammation that would lay her low for days on end.
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    * derribar a Alguien de un golpe = knock + Nombre + to the ground, knock + Nombre + to the floor.
    * derribar completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * derribar una barrera = topple + barrier.
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    verbo transitivo
    a) <edificio/muro> to demolish, knock down; < puerta> to break down
    b) < avión> to shoot down, bring down
    c) < persona> to floor, knock... down; < novillo> to knock... over
    d) viento to bring down
    e) < gobierno> to overthrow, topple
    * * *
    = knock out, tear down, smash, pull down, topple, bulldoze, knock down, fell, raze, lay + Nombre + low.

    Ex: Two years ago Hurricane Hugo nearly knocked out Charleston.

    Ex: A group opposing the incumbent alderman decided that the board's feasibility study amounted to a covert plan to tear down the house that served as the library and erect an ugly building.
    Ex: The library was badly vandalised and the intruders overturned 10 large bookcases, tore paintings down, emptied catalogues, and smashed intercoms, chairs, tables and windows.
    Ex: Evacuation of the building was followed by a recovery process which included covering stacks with plastic, locating damaged books, pulling down water-soaked ceiling tiles and removing computer terminals.
    Ex: The latest opinion polls show that 48 percent of Americans would back the use of armed force to topple Saddam Hussein.
    Ex: Nothing is left except debris and there remains nothing to salvage: only to bulldoze, clear and throw into rubbish dumps.
    Ex: Your note attempts to knock down an assertion not made.
    Ex: In this study, thirty-four-year-old chestnut trees were felled, measured and weighed to evaluate their aboveground biomass.
    Ex: The motel, which was built in 1953, will be razed to make way for a parking lot.
    Ex: She suffered frequent flare-ups of widespread inflammation that would lay her low for days on end.
    * derribar a Alguien de un golpe = knock + Nombre + to the ground, knock + Nombre + to the floor.
    * derribar completamente = raze + Nombre + to the ground.
    * derribar una barrera = topple + barrier.

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    derribar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹edificio/muro› to demolish, knock down, pull down; ‹puerta› to break down
    2 ‹avión› to shoot down, bring down, down ( colloq)
    3 ‹persona› to floor, knock … down, lay … out ( colloq); ‹novillo› to knock … over
    4 «viento» to bring down
    el viento derribó varios árboles the wind brought down several trees
    5 ‹gobierno› to overthrow
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    Multiple Entries:
    derribar    
    derribar algo
    derribar ( conjugate derribar) verbo transitivo
    a)edificio/muro to demolish, knock down;

    puerta to break down

    c) persona to floor, knock … down;

    novilloto knock … over


    derribar verbo transitivo
    1 (un edificio) to pull down
    (a una persona) to knock down
    (un avión) to shoot down
    2 (un gobierno) to bring down
    ' derribar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abatir
    - echar
    - tirar
    - botar
    English:
    blow down
    - blow over
    - bowl over
    - break down
    - bring down
    - bulldoze
    - demolish
    - fell
    - floor
    - kick down
    - knock down
    - pull down
    - shoot down
    - tear down
    - bowl
    - bring
    - down
    - knock
    - shoot
    - topple
    - unseat
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    1. [construcción, edificio, muro, pared] to knock down, to demolish;
    [puerta] to break down, to smash down;
    derribó el castillo de naipes she knocked down the house of cards
    2. [árbol] [sujeto: leñador] to cut down, to fell;
    [sujeto: viento, tormenta] to uproot
    3. [avión, jugador, res] to bring down;
    [púgil, luchador] to knock down, to floor; [jinete] to unseat
    4. [gobierno, gobernante] to overthrow
    5. [en equitación] [obstáculo] to knock over o down
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    v/t
    1 edificio, persona knock down
    2 avión shoot down
    3 POL bring down
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    1) demoler, derrumbar: to demolish, to knock down
    2) : to shoot down, to bring down (an airplane)
    3) derrocar: to overthrow
    * * *
    1. (edificio) to demolish / to pull down
    2. (persona) to knock down

    Spanish-English dictionary > derribar

  • 487 derrocar

    v.
    1 to topple, to overthrow (gobierno).
    2 to unseat, to tumble, to bring down, to buck.
    El pueblo derribó al tirano The country overthrew the tyrant.
    3 to demolish, to knock down.
    4 to throw over a precipice, to hurl from the top.
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    Conjugation model [ SACAR], like link=sacar sacar
    1 (demoler) to pull down, demolish, knock down
    2 (gobierno) to overthrow, bring down; (ministro) to oust from office, topple
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    verb
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    1. VT
    1) (Pol) [+ gobierno] to overthrow, topple; [+ ministro] to oust
    2) [+ edificio] to knock down, demolish
    3) (=despeñar) to hurl down
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to overthrow, topple
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    = oust, overthrow, topple, dethrone.
    Ex. These sources which form the basis of the intellectual selection of terms may be augmented by or ousted by the machine selection of terms.
    Ex. The result was that by the close of the 1940s new interests were developing which were destined to overthrow the preeminence of microfilm as a documentation concern.
    Ex. The latest opinion polls show that 48 percent of Americans would back the use of armed force to topple Saddam Hussein.
    Ex. Farming dethroned as leading industry -- after some 10,000 years the plurality of working humans no longer are engaged in farming, but rather the delivery of services.
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    * derrocar al gobierno = topple + the government.
    * derrocar el gobierno = bring down + the government.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo to overthrow, topple
    * * *
    = oust, overthrow, topple, dethrone.

    Ex: These sources which form the basis of the intellectual selection of terms may be augmented by or ousted by the machine selection of terms.

    Ex: The result was that by the close of the 1940s new interests were developing which were destined to overthrow the preeminence of microfilm as a documentation concern.
    Ex: The latest opinion polls show that 48 percent of Americans would back the use of armed force to topple Saddam Hussein.
    Ex: Farming dethroned as leading industry -- after some 10,000 years the plurality of working humans no longer are engaged in farming, but rather the delivery of services.
    * derrocar al gobierno = topple + the government.
    * derrocar el gobierno = bring down + the government.

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    derrocar [A2 ]
    vt
    to overthrow, topple
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    derrocar ( conjugate derrocar) verbo transitivo
    to overthrow, topple
    derrocar verbo transitivo Pol to overthrow, bring down: los militares derrocaron el gobierno, the army overthrew the government
    ' derrocar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conspirar
    English:
    overthrow
    - topple
    - bring
    - depose
    - oust
    - over
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    [gobierno] to topple, to overthrow; [rey] to overthrow
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    v/t POL overthrow
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    derrocar {72} vt
    derribar: to overthrow, to topple

    Spanish-English dictionary > derrocar

  • 488 desaforado

    adj.
    1 excessive, desperate, out of control.
    2 lawless.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: desaforar.
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    1 (exagerado) huge, enormous, terrible
    2 (escandaloso) outrageous
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    ADJ [comportamiento] outrageous; [persona] lawless, disorderly; [grito] ear-splitting

    es un desaforado — he's a violent sort, he's dangerously excitable

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    I
    - da adjetivo < ambición> unbridled, boundless; < grito> terrible
    II
    - da masculino, femenino

    como un desaforado< correr> hell for leather; < gritar> at the top of one's voice

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    = raging, intemperate, riotous, outrageous, excessive, desperate, out-of-control, wild [wilder -comp., wildest -sup.], ardent.
    Ex. This problem is unlikely to be solved during a period of raging inflation and cutbacks in education spending = Es poco probable que este problema se resuelva durante un período de inflación disparada y recortes en los gastos en la educación.
    Ex. From hermeneutics to the most intemperate positivism, the real challenge is that of conceiving a general methodology.
    Ex. I'd like to see the full force of the law brought down on these people who are involved in this riotous behaviour.
    Ex. There must be few other ways of leaving oneself so vulnerable to the slings and arrows of outrageous (or outraged) critics.
    Ex. Excessive emphasis on the need to exact payment will stifle the flow of information.
    Ex. Compassion shadowed the trustee's face -- she could see he was desperate -- and compassion was in her voice as she answered: 'All right, I'll go over this afternoon'.
    Ex. This article discusses the out-of-control situation of federal paperwork and the consequent burdens it places on the US public and business sector.
    Ex. The letter sent Tomas Hernandez into a frenzy of conflicting reactions: ecstatic jubilation and ego-tripping, wild speculation and outrageous fantasy, compounded by confusion and indirection.
    Ex. Significantly, however, Panizzi's rules did not prove as viable as did his ideology, and they were promptly and materially changed and recast by his most ardent admirers and followers.
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    I
    - da adjetivo < ambición> unbridled, boundless; < grito> terrible
    II
    - da masculino, femenino

    como un desaforado< correr> hell for leather; < gritar> at the top of one's voice

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    = raging, intemperate, riotous, outrageous, excessive, desperate, out-of-control, wild [wilder -comp., wildest -sup.], ardent.

    Ex: This problem is unlikely to be solved during a period of raging inflation and cutbacks in education spending = Es poco probable que este problema se resuelva durante un período de inflación disparada y recortes en los gastos en la educación.

    Ex: From hermeneutics to the most intemperate positivism, the real challenge is that of conceiving a general methodology.
    Ex: I'd like to see the full force of the law brought down on these people who are involved in this riotous behaviour.
    Ex: There must be few other ways of leaving oneself so vulnerable to the slings and arrows of outrageous (or outraged) critics.
    Ex: Excessive emphasis on the need to exact payment will stifle the flow of information.
    Ex: Compassion shadowed the trustee's face -- she could see he was desperate -- and compassion was in her voice as she answered: 'All right, I'll go over this afternoon'.
    Ex: This article discusses the out-of-control situation of federal paperwork and the consequent burdens it places on the US public and business sector.
    Ex: The letter sent Tomas Hernandez into a frenzy of conflicting reactions: ecstatic jubilation and ego-tripping, wild speculation and outrageous fantasy, compounded by confusion and indirection.
    Ex: Significantly, however, Panizzi's rules did not prove as viable as did his ideology, and they were promptly and materially changed and recast by his most ardent admirers and followers.

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    1 ‹fiesta› riotous, wild; ‹ambición› unbridled, boundless; ‹grito› terrible
    2 ‹partidario/nacionalista› ardent, fervent
    masculine, feminine
    se puso a comer como un desaforado he started eating as if he hadn't eaten in a week
    corrieron como desaforados they ran hell for leather o like crazy ( colloq)
    gritaba como un desaforado he was shouting at the top of his voice o like a madman, he was shouting his head off ( colloq)
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    Del verbo desaforar: ( conjugate desaforar)

    desaforado es:

    el participio

    desaforado
    ◊ -da sustantivo masculino, femenino: como un desaforado ‹ correr hell for leather;


    gritar at the top of one's voice
    ' desaforado' also found in these entries:
    English:
    wild
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    desaforado, -a
    adj
    [gritos, baile, carrera] wild; [ambición, codicia, deseo] unbridled, wild; [celebración, fiesta] wild; [comilona, borrachera] enormous, gargantuan
    nm,f
    los hinchas gritaban como desaforados the fans screamed wildly;
    bailaba/comía como un desaforado he danced/ate like a man possessed
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    adj
    1 ambición boundless
    2 grito ear-splitting

    Spanish-English dictionary > desaforado

  • 489 desagrado

    m.
    displeasure.
    con desagrado reluctantly
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: desagradar.
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    1 displeasure, discontent
    \
    con desagrado reluctantly
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    SM
    1) (=disgusto) displeasure
    2) (=descontento) dissatisfaction
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    masculino displeasure
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    = displeasure, distaste.
    Ex. They were printed in France, but their printers and publishers used this doubtless transparent device to evade the displeasure of the authorities.
    Ex. Some detractors cite political reasons for this, for example the apparent scarcity of public funds and taxpayers' distaste for anything 'governmental'.
    * * *
    masculino displeasure
    * * *
    = displeasure, distaste.

    Ex: They were printed in France, but their printers and publishers used this doubtless transparent device to evade the displeasure of the authorities.

    Ex: Some detractors cite political reasons for this, for example the apparent scarcity of public funds and taxpayers' distaste for anything 'governmental'.

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    displeasure
    mostró su desagrado he showed his displeasure
    lo hizo con desagrado she did it reluctantly o unwillingly
    puso cara de desagrado she didn't look (at all) pleased o happy, she looked displeased
    * * *

    Del verbo desagradar: ( conjugate desagradar)

    desagrado es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    desagradó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    desagradar    
    desagrado
    desagradar ( conjugate desagradar) verbo transitivo:
    me desagrada el calor/tener que decírselo I don't like the heat/having to tell her

    desagrado sustantivo masculino
    displeasure;
    lo hizo con desagrado she did it reluctantly o unwillingly
    desagradar verbo intransitivo to displease
    desagrado sustantivo masculino displeasure

    ' desagrado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    repeler
    - revolver
    - saber
    English:
    displeasure
    - distaste
    * * *
    displeasure, disapproval;
    todos mostramos nuestro desagrado we all showed our displeasure;
    una mueca de desagrado a look of disapproval;
    con desagrado reluctantly;
    levantó el trapo mugriento con desagrado she lifted the filthy cloth with distaste
    * * *
    m displeasure
    * * *
    1) : displeasure
    2)
    con desagrado : reluctantly

    Spanish-English dictionary > desagrado

  • 490 desanimarse

    1 to be discouraged, be disheartened, lose heart
    * * *
    VPR to get discouraged, lose heart

    no hay que desanimarse — we must not lose heart, we must keep our spirits up

    * * *
    (v.) = lose + heart
    Ex. The result is that many political scientists have lost heart.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + heart

    Ex: The result is that many political scientists have lost heart.

    * * *

    ■desanimarse verbo reflexivo to lose heart, get discouraged
    ' desanimarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desanimar
    English:
    heart
    * * *
    vpr
    to get downhearted o discouraged;
    no te desanimes don't lose heart, don't be discouraged
    * * *
    v/r become discouraged o
    disheartened
    * * *
    vr
    * * *
    desanimarse vb to lose heart [pt. & pp. lost]

    Spanish-English dictionary > desanimarse

  • 491 desaparecer

    v.
    1 to disappear.
    me ha desaparecido la pluma my pen has disappeared
    será mejor que desaparezcas de escena durante una temporada you'd better make yourself scarce for a while
    desaparecer de la faz de la tierra to vanish from the face of the earth
    ¡desaparece de mi vista ahora mismo! get out of my sight this minute!
    La tristeza desaparece al amanecer Sadness disappears at dawn.
    Sus dudas desaparecieron His doubts disappeared.
    2 to go missing.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ AGRADECER], like link=agradecer agradecer
    1 (dejar de estar) to disappear
    \
    desaparecer del mapa figurado to vanish off the face of the earth
    hacer desaparecer to cause to disappear, hide 2 (quitar) to get rid of
    * * *
    verb
    to disappear, vanish
    * * *
    1. VI
    1) [persona, objeto] to disappear, go missing

    ¡desaparece de mi vista! — get out of my sight!

    mapa
    2) [mancha, olor, síntoma] to disappear, go (away)
    3) euf (=morir) to pass away
    2.
    VT LAm (Pol) to disappear

    desaparecieron a los disidentes — they disappeared the dissidents, the dissidents were disappeared

    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo
    a) ( de lugar) to disappear
    b) dolor/síntoma/cicatriz to disappear, go; costumbre to disappear, die out; mancha to come out
    c) ( de la vista) to disappear

    desapareció entre la muchedumbrehe disappeared o vanished into the crowd

    desaparece de mi vista — (fam) get out of my sight

    2.
    desaparecerse v pron (Andes) to disappear
    * * *
    = disappear, disband, fade (away/out), fall into + obscurity, vanish, die out, evaporate, go away, dissolve, pass on, go + missing, sweep away, slip through + the cracks, swallow up, slip from + the scene, go out of + existence, go + the way of the dodo, follow + the dodo, go + the way of the horseless carriage, go + the way of the dinosaur(s), blow away, wither away, drop from + sight, pass away, fizzle out, efface, fade into + obscurity, fade into + oblivion, go + forever, peter out, skulk off, sneak off, sneak away, go into + hiding, wear off, be all gone.
    Ex. This feature, portability, can be a mixed blessing-things which can be moved have a habit of disappearing.
    Ex. With the completion of the draft in 1983, the Working Group on an International Authority System was officially disbanded.
    Ex. Trails that are not frequently followed are prone to fade, items are not fully permanent, memory is transitory.
    Ex. The acid rain literature illustrated the 1st paradigm, where journals from the unadjusted literature were thrust forward in the adjusted literature, and no unadjusted journal fell into obscurity.
    Ex. She seized her sweater and purse and vanished.
    Ex. These changes accelerated through much of the nineteenth century, with the older material such as the chivalric romance dying out about the 1960s.
    Ex. It is pointless to create interest if it is then allowed to evaporate because the books cannot be obtained.
    Ex. Not surprisingly, the girls went away embarrassed, and the mother, if she was any better informed, was certainly none the wiser.
    Ex. He adjusted himself comfortably in the chair, overlapped his legs, and blew a smoke ring that dissolved two feet above her head.
    Ex. Further, it is true in nature that organisms are born, grow and mature, decline and pass on.
    Ex. This article describes the consequences of a burglary of a during which the desktop system, computer, image setter, and a FAX machine went missing.
    Ex. Librarians should ensure that the principles they stand for are not swept away on a tide of technological jingoism.
    Ex. The author discusses the factors which have led to early adolescent services slipping through the cracks.
    Ex. The growing complexity of computing environments requires creative solutions to prevent the gain in productivity promised by computing advances from being swallowed up by the necessity of moving information from one environment to another.
    Ex. With their numbers and their prices, serials in the paper format are as a spring fog slipping from the scene.
    Ex. The volunteer fire companies went out of existence, as did their library associations.
    Ex. Today, all of the early independents have gone the way of the dodo = En la actualidad, todas las empresas independientes originales han desaparecido.
    Ex. It has the choice: to follow the dodo or to rise again like the phoenix.
    Ex. When databases of information (particularly in full text) first became available on the Internet, many users felt that thesauri and subject classifications were no longer needed and would go the way of horseless carriages.
    Ex. The library will have to learn to cope with new technology and even larger amounts of material if it wishes to avoid going the way of the dinosaur.
    Ex. Its prediction that, with the passing of years, the taint of scandal will blow away, looks over-optimistic.
    Ex. He concludes that public libraries will wither away, together with the rights of the individual member of the public to information.
    Ex. The older material, such as the chivalric romances, dropped from sight.
    Ex. These tools are useable for analytical studies of how technologies emerge, mature and pass away.
    Ex. Over the weekend, she started three articles and each one fizzled out for lack of inspiration.
    Ex. The beauty, the aliveness, the creativity, the passion that made her lovable and gave her life meaning has been effaced.
    Ex. But he may be put under house arrest, a dire fate for a man who is terrified of fading into obscurity.
    Ex. The music industry as we know it is slowly fading into oblivion.
    Ex. Those were the good old days and now they have gone forever.
    Ex. Press demands for information soon petered out but enquiries from the general public continued for many months.
    Ex. Good attendance with 21 people there though a few skulked off without paying!.
    Ex. One of the great joys in life is sneaking off.
    Ex. So I decided to take my chances and sneak away quietly on a day when Fabiola had a group meeting at her lab.
    Ex. The three have been jailed for more than two weeks while a fourth journalist went into hiding after receiving a judicial summons.
    Ex. We're all familiar with the idea of novelty value and how it wears off with time.
    Ex. The hall is quiet, the band has packed up, and the munchies are all gone.
    ----
    * aparecer y desaparecer = come and go.
    * barreras + desaparecer = boundaries + dissolve.
    * desaparecer de la faz de la tierra = vanish from + the face of the earth, disappear from + the face of the earth.
    * desaparecer en el horizonte cabalgando al atardecer = ride off + into the sunset.
    * desaparecer en la distancia = disappear in + the distance.
    * desaparecer gradualmente = fade into + the sunset.
    * desaparecer las diferencias = blur + distinctions, blur + the lines between, blur + the boundaries between.
    * desaparecer poco a poco = fade into + the sunset.
    * desaparecer sin dejar huella = evaporate into + thin air, vanish into + thin air, disappear into + thin air, disappear without + a trace, disappear into + the blue, vanish into + the blue.
    * desaparecer sin dejar rastro = evaporate into + thin air, vanish into + thin air, disappear into + thin air, disappear without + a trace, disappear into + the blue, vanish into + the blue.
    * desear fuertemente que Algo desaparezca = will + Nombre + away.
    * estar desapareciendo = be on the way out.
    * hacer desaparecer = eradicate, dispel, banish.
    * hacer desaparecer un mito = dispel + myth.
    * hacer mucho tiempo que Algo ha desaparecido = be long gone.
    * límites + desaparecer = boundaries + crumble.
    * problema + desaparecer = problem + go away.
    * que no desaparece = lingering.
    * viejas costumbres nunca desaparecen, las = old ways never die, the.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo
    a) ( de lugar) to disappear
    b) dolor/síntoma/cicatriz to disappear, go; costumbre to disappear, die out; mancha to come out
    c) ( de la vista) to disappear

    desapareció entre la muchedumbrehe disappeared o vanished into the crowd

    desaparece de mi vista — (fam) get out of my sight

    2.
    desaparecerse v pron (Andes) to disappear
    * * *
    = disappear, disband, fade (away/out), fall into + obscurity, vanish, die out, evaporate, go away, dissolve, pass on, go + missing, sweep away, slip through + the cracks, swallow up, slip from + the scene, go out of + existence, go + the way of the dodo, follow + the dodo, go + the way of the horseless carriage, go + the way of the dinosaur(s), blow away, wither away, drop from + sight, pass away, fizzle out, efface, fade into + obscurity, fade into + oblivion, go + forever, peter out, skulk off, sneak off, sneak away, go into + hiding, wear off, be all gone.

    Ex: This feature, portability, can be a mixed blessing-things which can be moved have a habit of disappearing.

    Ex: With the completion of the draft in 1983, the Working Group on an International Authority System was officially disbanded.
    Ex: Trails that are not frequently followed are prone to fade, items are not fully permanent, memory is transitory.
    Ex: The acid rain literature illustrated the 1st paradigm, where journals from the unadjusted literature were thrust forward in the adjusted literature, and no unadjusted journal fell into obscurity.
    Ex: She seized her sweater and purse and vanished.
    Ex: These changes accelerated through much of the nineteenth century, with the older material such as the chivalric romance dying out about the 1960s.
    Ex: It is pointless to create interest if it is then allowed to evaporate because the books cannot be obtained.
    Ex: Not surprisingly, the girls went away embarrassed, and the mother, if she was any better informed, was certainly none the wiser.
    Ex: He adjusted himself comfortably in the chair, overlapped his legs, and blew a smoke ring that dissolved two feet above her head.
    Ex: Further, it is true in nature that organisms are born, grow and mature, decline and pass on.
    Ex: This article describes the consequences of a burglary of a during which the desktop system, computer, image setter, and a FAX machine went missing.
    Ex: Librarians should ensure that the principles they stand for are not swept away on a tide of technological jingoism.
    Ex: The author discusses the factors which have led to early adolescent services slipping through the cracks.
    Ex: The growing complexity of computing environments requires creative solutions to prevent the gain in productivity promised by computing advances from being swallowed up by the necessity of moving information from one environment to another.
    Ex: With their numbers and their prices, serials in the paper format are as a spring fog slipping from the scene.
    Ex: The volunteer fire companies went out of existence, as did their library associations.
    Ex: Today, all of the early independents have gone the way of the dodo = En la actualidad, todas las empresas independientes originales han desaparecido.
    Ex: It has the choice: to follow the dodo or to rise again like the phoenix.
    Ex: When databases of information (particularly in full text) first became available on the Internet, many users felt that thesauri and subject classifications were no longer needed and would go the way of horseless carriages.
    Ex: The library will have to learn to cope with new technology and even larger amounts of material if it wishes to avoid going the way of the dinosaur.
    Ex: Its prediction that, with the passing of years, the taint of scandal will blow away, looks over-optimistic.
    Ex: He concludes that public libraries will wither away, together with the rights of the individual member of the public to information.
    Ex: The older material, such as the chivalric romances, dropped from sight.
    Ex: These tools are useable for analytical studies of how technologies emerge, mature and pass away.
    Ex: Over the weekend, she started three articles and each one fizzled out for lack of inspiration.
    Ex: The beauty, the aliveness, the creativity, the passion that made her lovable and gave her life meaning has been effaced.
    Ex: But he may be put under house arrest, a dire fate for a man who is terrified of fading into obscurity.
    Ex: The music industry as we know it is slowly fading into oblivion.
    Ex: Those were the good old days and now they have gone forever.
    Ex: Press demands for information soon petered out but enquiries from the general public continued for many months.
    Ex: Good attendance with 21 people there though a few skulked off without paying!.
    Ex: One of the great joys in life is sneaking off.
    Ex: So I decided to take my chances and sneak away quietly on a day when Fabiola had a group meeting at her lab.
    Ex: The three have been jailed for more than two weeks while a fourth journalist went into hiding after receiving a judicial summons.
    Ex: We're all familiar with the idea of novelty value and how it wears off with time.
    Ex: The hall is quiet, the band has packed up, and the munchies are all gone.
    * aparecer y desaparecer = come and go.
    * barreras + desaparecer = boundaries + dissolve.
    * desaparecer de la faz de la tierra = vanish from + the face of the earth, disappear from + the face of the earth.
    * desaparecer en el horizonte cabalgando al atardecer = ride off + into the sunset.
    * desaparecer en la distancia = disappear in + the distance.
    * desaparecer gradualmente = fade into + the sunset.
    * desaparecer las diferencias = blur + distinctions, blur + the lines between, blur + the boundaries between.
    * desaparecer poco a poco = fade into + the sunset.
    * desaparecer sin dejar huella = evaporate into + thin air, vanish into + thin air, disappear into + thin air, disappear without + a trace, disappear into + the blue, vanish into + the blue.
    * desaparecer sin dejar rastro = evaporate into + thin air, vanish into + thin air, disappear into + thin air, disappear without + a trace, disappear into + the blue, vanish into + the blue.
    * desear fuertemente que Algo desaparezca = will + Nombre + away.
    * estar desapareciendo = be on the way out.
    * hacer desaparecer = eradicate, dispel, banish.
    * hacer desaparecer un mito = dispel + myth.
    * hacer mucho tiempo que Algo ha desaparecido = be long gone.
    * límites + desaparecer = boundaries + crumble.
    * problema + desaparecer = problem + go away.
    * que no desaparece = lingering.
    * viejas costumbres nunca desaparecen, las = old ways never die, the.

    * * *
    vi
    1 (de un lugar) to disappear
    desapareció sin dejar huella he disappeared o vanished without trace, he did a vanishing trick o a disappearing act ( hum)
    hizo desaparecer el sombrero ante sus ojos he made the hat disappear o vanish before their very eyes
    en esta oficina las cosas tienden a desaparecer things tend to disappear o go missing in this office
    2 «dolor/síntoma» to disappear; «cicatriz» to disappear, go; «costumbre» to disappear, die out
    lo dejé en remojo y la mancha desapareció I left it to soak and the stain came out
    tenía que hacer desaparecer las pruebas he had to get rid of the evidence
    3 (de la vista) to disappear
    el sol desapareció detrás de una nube the sun disappeared o went behind a cloud
    el ladrón desapareció entre la muchedumbre the thief disappeared o vanished into the crowd
    desaparece de mi vista antes de que te pegue ( fam); get out of my sight before I wallop you ( colloq)
    1 (de un lugar) to disappear
    se desaparecieron mis gafas my glasses have disappeared
    2 (de la vista) to disappear
    * * *

     

    desaparecer ( conjugate desaparecer) verbo intransitivo [persona/objeto] to disappear;
    [dolor/síntoma/cicatriz] to disappear, go;
    [ costumbre] to disappear, die out;
    [ mancha] to come out
    desaparecerse verbo pronominal (Andes) to disappear
    desaparecer verbo intransitivo to disappear: me ha desaparecido la cartera, I can't find my wallet
    el sol desapareció detrás de las nubes, the sun vanished behind the clouds
    ♦ Locuciones: desaparecer del mapa/de la faz de la tierra, to vanish off the face of the earth
    ' desaparecer' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    confundirse
    - disipar
    - escabullirse
    - lance
    - magia
    - mapa
    - obliterar
    - perderse
    - volar
    - volatilizarse
    - camino
    - comer
    - ir
    - pasar
    - quitar
    - sacar
    English:
    disappear
    - dissipate
    - linger
    - lost
    - magic away
    - melt away
    - sink away
    - trace
    - vanish
    - face
    - melt
    - missing
    * * *
    vi
    1. [de la vista] to disappear (de from);
    desapareció tras las colinas it dropped out of sight behind the hills;
    me ha desaparecido la pluma my pen has disappeared;
    hizo desaparecer una paloma y un conejo he made a dove and a rabbit vanish;
    será mejor que desaparezcas de escena durante una temporada you'd better make yourself scarce for a while;
    desaparecer de la faz de la tierra to vanish from the face of the earth;
    ¡desaparece de mi vista ahora mismo! get out of my sight this minute!
    2. [dolor, síntomas, mancha] to disappear, to go;
    [cicatriz] to disappear; [sarpullido] to clear up
    3. [en guerra, accidente] to go missing, to disappear;
    muchos desaparecieron durante la represión many people disappeared during the crackdown
    vt
    Am [persona] = to detain extrajudicially during political repression and possibly kill
    * * *
    I v/i disappear, vanish
    II v/t L.Am.
    disappear fam, make disappear
    * * *
    desaparecer {53} vt
    : to cause to disappear
    : to disappear, to vanish
    * * *
    desaparecer vb to disappear

    Spanish-English dictionary > desaparecer

  • 492 desarrollarse

    1 (crecer) to develop
    2 (transcurrir) to take place
    * * *
    * * *
    VPR
    1) (=madurar) [adolescente] to develop, reach puberty; [planta, animal] to develop, reach maturity; [país] to develop
    2) (=ocurrir) [suceso, reunión] to take place; [trama] to unfold, develop
    3) (=desenrollarse) [algo enrollado] to unroll; [algo plegado] to unfold, open (out)
    * * *
    (v.) = proceed, grow, build up, burgeon, unfold, grow up, come up, shape up
    Ex. Instructions should be clear and unambiguous, and they should proceed in a logical manner.
    Ex. No true reader can be expected to grow on a diet of prescribed texts only regardless of how well chosen they are.
    Ex. The third thing I'm perturbed about is this general atmosphere of negativism which seems to be building up.
    Ex. The other principal omission from UNESCO's 1950 listing was report literature -- a field of published record which has burgeoned in the last thirty years = La otra omisión principal de la lista de 1950 de la UNESCO fueron los informes, un área que se ha desarrollado en los últimos treinta años.
    Ex. Research in any scientific field can never be neutral: the process is initially motivated by the researcher's own questioning of perceived realities, and unfolds in a particular historical moment, subject to the social, political and ideological influences of that context.
    Ex. In the 1920s and 30s factory libraries grew up in all types of industries, particularly textile industries, but their size and quality varied.
    Ex. Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.
    Ex. A major war may be shaping up over videotex advertising between cable television operators and the telephone companies.
    * * *
    (v.) = proceed, grow, build up, burgeon, unfold, grow up, come up, shape up

    Ex: Instructions should be clear and unambiguous, and they should proceed in a logical manner.

    Ex: No true reader can be expected to grow on a diet of prescribed texts only regardless of how well chosen they are.
    Ex: The third thing I'm perturbed about is this general atmosphere of negativism which seems to be building up.
    Ex: The other principal omission from UNESCO's 1950 listing was report literature -- a field of published record which has burgeoned in the last thirty years = La otra omisión principal de la lista de 1950 de la UNESCO fueron los informes, un área que se ha desarrollado en los últimos treinta años.
    Ex: Research in any scientific field can never be neutral: the process is initially motivated by the researcher's own questioning of perceived realities, and unfolds in a particular historical moment, subject to the social, political and ideological influences of that context.
    Ex: In the 1920s and 30s factory libraries grew up in all types of industries, particularly textile industries, but their size and quality varied.
    Ex: Do you feel that we should stay with our old number-crunching, inefficient system or switch to voice transmission, which seems to be coming up fairly fast?.
    Ex: A major war may be shaping up over videotex advertising between cable television operators and the telephone companies.

    * * *

    ■desarrollarse verbo reflexivo
    1 (crecer una persona, enfermedad, etc) to develop
    2 (suceder, tener lugar) to take place: el espectáculo se desarrolló en un parque público, the show took place in a park
    ' desarrollarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    evolucionar
    - desarrollar
    - formar
    - ir
    English:
    develop
    - evolve
    - progress
    - shape up
    - smoothly
    - unfold
    - grow
    - mature
    - shape
    * * *
    vpr
    1. [crecer, mejorar] to develop;
    la proteína es imprescindible para desarrollarse protein is essential for development o growth
    2. [suceder] [reunión, encuentro, manifestación] to take place;
    [película, obra, novela] to be set;
    la manifestación se desarrolló sin incidentes the demonstration went off without incident;
    la acción de la novela se desarrolla en el siglo XIX the novel is set in the 19th century
    3. [evolucionar] to develop;
    ¿cómo se desarrollarán los acontecimientos? how will events develop?
    * * *
    v/r
    1 develop, evolve
    2 ( ocurrir) take place
    * * *
    vr
    : to take place
    * * *
    1. (en general) to develop
    2. (suceder) to take place [pt. took; pp. taken] / to go off

    Spanish-English dictionary > desarrollarse

  • 493 desarticular

    v.
    1 to dislocate (huesos).
    2 to disarticulate, to disjoint, to unhinge.
    Ricardo desarticuló la estantería Richard disarticulated the shelves.
    3 to dismember, to bust up.
    La policía desarticuló a los rebeldes The police busted the rebels up.
    4 to disorganize.
    La policía desarticuló la fiesta The police disorganized the party.
    * * *
    1 MEDICINA to disarticulate, put out of joint, dislocate
    2 (un mecanismo) to take to pieces
    3 figurado (organización, banda, plan, etc) to break up, dismantle
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=desarmar) [+ máquina, reloj] to take apart, take to pieces; [+ pandilla] to break up
    2) [+ codo, rodilla] to dislocate
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) < organización> to dismantle, break up; < conspiración> to foil, thwart
    2) <artefacto/mecanismo> to take... to pieces, dismantle
    * * *
    = dismember, spoil, dismantle, break up, foil, thwart.
    Ex. Books can seldom be disbound for the benefit of bibliographers (although it is worth remembering that they sometimes have to be rebound, when they are completely dismembered), but we can now see through printing ink by means of betaradiography.
    Ex. But if set-off did occur and threatened to set back and spoil subsequent impressions of the first forme, the tympan cloth could be rubbed over with lye to clean it.
    Ex. The reader has to reserve books on display and wait till the entire display is dismantled.
    Ex. Subarrangement at entry terms can break up long sequences of entries listed under the same keyword.
    Ex. The author considers the incidence of arson in US libraries and some ways of foiling arsonists through constant vigilance and observation of library users.
    Ex. A public library's design can go far in either reinforcing or thwarting the intimacy of reading and in determining its success -- functionally, aesthetically and financially.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1) < organización> to dismantle, break up; < conspiración> to foil, thwart
    2) <artefacto/mecanismo> to take... to pieces, dismantle
    * * *
    = dismember, spoil, dismantle, break up, foil, thwart.

    Ex: Books can seldom be disbound for the benefit of bibliographers (although it is worth remembering that they sometimes have to be rebound, when they are completely dismembered), but we can now see through printing ink by means of betaradiography.

    Ex: But if set-off did occur and threatened to set back and spoil subsequent impressions of the first forme, the tympan cloth could be rubbed over with lye to clean it.
    Ex: The reader has to reserve books on display and wait till the entire display is dismantled.
    Ex: Subarrangement at entry terms can break up long sequences of entries listed under the same keyword.
    Ex: The author considers the incidence of arson in US libraries and some ways of foiling arsonists through constant vigilance and observation of library users.
    Ex: A public library's design can go far in either reinforcing or thwarting the intimacy of reading and in determining its success -- functionally, aesthetically and financially.

    * * *
    vt
    A ‹banda› to break up, dismantle; ‹conspiración› to foil, thwart
    B
    1 ‹hombro/dedo› to dislocate
    2 ‹artefacto/mecanismo› to take … to pieces, dismantle
    «hombro/dedo» to get dislocated
    * * *

    desarticular verbo transitivo to dismantle
    desarticular una red de narcotráfico, to break up a ring of drug traffickers
    ' desarticular' also found in these entries:
    English:
    smash
    - break
    * * *
    vt
    1. [huesos, miembros] to dislocate
    2. [organización, banda] to break up;
    [plan] to foil
    3. [máquina, artefacto] to take apart, to dismantle
    See also the pronominal verb desarticularse
    * * *
    v/t
    1 banda criminal break up
    2 MED dislocate
    * * *
    1) dislocar: to dislocate
    2) : to break up, to dismantle

    Spanish-English dictionary > desarticular

  • 494 desastibilizador

    Ex. These two fondly remembered programs often presented speculative and unsettling political visions of American society.
    * * *

    Ex: These two fondly remembered programs often presented speculative and unsettling political visions of American society.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desastibilizador

  • 495 descomunal

    adj.
    tremendous, enormous.
    * * *
    1 huge, enormous
    * * *
    adj.
    1) enormous, giant, huge
    * * *
    ADJ huge, enormous
    * * *
    adjetivo <estatura/fuerza/suma> enormous, colossal; < apetito> huge, colossal
    * * *
    = ginormous, humongous [humungous], mammoth, colossal, show-stopping [showstopping], monstrous, a monster of a, larger-than-life, titanic, sky-high, gianormous.
    Nota: Formado por la combinación de giant y enormous.
    Ex. They have a ginormous share of the market!.
    Ex. The word ' humongous' first darted onto the linguistic stage only about 1968 but hit the big time almost immediately and has been with us ever since.
    Ex. The only problem is the mammoth task of interfiling new cards, especially in catalogues where there are large numbers of new or amended entries.
    Ex. University libraries have a problem in theft of books which is running at a colossal rate.
    Ex. But such tools can be the difference between a system slowdown and a show-stopping disaster.
    Ex. Bogardus privately resolved that nothing would induce her to assent to this monstrous possibility.
    Ex. Hurricane Rita became a monster of a storm as it gathered strength over the Gulf of Mexico.
    Ex. Significant political events often summon forth larger-than-life figures and the inevitable clash of titans.
    Ex. He wrote about the titanic struggle of human physical and moral forces to be freed from this material world.
    Ex. Many young people are still marrying in spite of trends that are witnessing sky-high divorce rates.
    Ex. The upside, and its a gianormous upside, is that there is so much variety.
    ----
    * estupidez descomunal = nonsense on stilts.
    * * *
    adjetivo <estatura/fuerza/suma> enormous, colossal; < apetito> huge, colossal
    * * *
    = ginormous, humongous [humungous], mammoth, colossal, show-stopping [showstopping], monstrous, a monster of a, larger-than-life, titanic, sky-high, gianormous.
    Nota: Formado por la combinación de giant y enormous.

    Ex: They have a ginormous share of the market!.

    Ex: The word ' humongous' first darted onto the linguistic stage only about 1968 but hit the big time almost immediately and has been with us ever since.
    Ex: The only problem is the mammoth task of interfiling new cards, especially in catalogues where there are large numbers of new or amended entries.
    Ex: University libraries have a problem in theft of books which is running at a colossal rate.
    Ex: But such tools can be the difference between a system slowdown and a show-stopping disaster.
    Ex: Bogardus privately resolved that nothing would induce her to assent to this monstrous possibility.
    Ex: Hurricane Rita became a monster of a storm as it gathered strength over the Gulf of Mexico.
    Ex: Significant political events often summon forth larger-than-life figures and the inevitable clash of titans.
    Ex: He wrote about the titanic struggle of human physical and moral forces to be freed from this material world.
    Ex: Many young people are still marrying in spite of trends that are witnessing sky-high divorce rates.
    Ex: The upside, and its a gianormous upside, is that there is so much variety.
    * estupidez descomunal = nonsense on stilts.

    * * *
    ‹estatura/fuerza/suma› enormous, colossal; ‹apetito› huge, colossal
    un hombre de un tamaño descomunal an enormous man, a giant of a man
    * * *

    descomunal adjetivo huge, massive
    ' descomunal' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    estrepitosa
    - estrepitoso
    * * *
    enormous, tremendous;
    un descomunal edificio a huge o an enormous building;
    era un tipo descomunal he was a huge guy;
    tengo un hambre descomunal I'm absolutely starving;
    tuvieron una bronca descomunal they had a tremendous argument
    * * *
    adj huge, enormous
    * * *
    1) enorme: enormous, huge
    2) extraordinario: extraordinary

    Spanish-English dictionary > descomunal

  • 496 descontento

    adj.
    discontent, sad, discontented, displeased.
    m.
    dissatisfaction, discontentment, unhappiness, discontent.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: descontentar.
    * * *
    1 displeased, unhappy, dissatisfied, discontented
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 malcontent
    1 discontent, dissatisfaction
    ————————
    1 discontent, dissatisfaction
    * * *
    1. (f. - descontenta)
    adj.
    2. noun m.
    * * *
    descontento, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) (=insatisfecho) dissatisfied, discontented (de with)
    2) (=disgustado) disgruntled (de about, at)
    2.
    SM / F Méx malcontent
    3. SM
    1) (=insatisfacción) dissatisfaction
    2) (=disgusto) disgruntlement
    3) (Pol) discontent, unrest
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo [estar] dissatisfied

    descontento con algo/alguien — unhappy o dissatisfied with something/somebody

    II
    masculino discontent
    * * *
    = dissatisfied, discontent, dissatisfaction, irritation, disgruntled, unrest, disaffected, disaffection, restlessness.
    Ex. If you are dissatisfied with your responses, go back and revise such parts of the text as you think fit.
    Ex. No one complained about Duff to her, and she decided not to probe for discontents.
    Ex. During her tenure as head of the EPA library, she dealt with the dissatisfaction with the national treatment of U.S. documents in a most constructive manner, by establishing the Government Documents Round Table (GODORT).
    Ex. Datto felt a wave of irritation engulf him, but he persevered, keeping his voice steady.
    Ex. The director of our public library hired as a page the daughter of a friend, who turned out to be unreliable and untrustworthy, and as a consequence had to handle a disgruntled head of circulation.
    Ex. The subjects referred to recur frequently in the writings of the 'socially committed' -- drugs, sex, racism, student unrest, riots, scandals in government, conservation, the role of women in society are among them.
    Ex. Disaffected and literally unliterary pubescent readers were expected to be hooked by his high-flown style.
    Ex. Further, there is evidence of publisher, author, and library user disaffection with the law of copyright.
    Ex. A five- to ten-fold increase of the soporific dose resulted in restlessness and disorientation instead of sleep.
    ----
    * descontento entre los trabajadores = industrial unrest.
    * descontento político = political unrest.
    * descontento social = civil unrest, social unrest.
    * estar descontento con = express + dissatisfaction with.
    * sentirse descontento con = experience + dissatisfaction with.
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo [estar] dissatisfied

    descontento con algo/alguien — unhappy o dissatisfied with something/somebody

    II
    masculino discontent
    * * *
    = dissatisfied, discontent, dissatisfaction, irritation, disgruntled, unrest, disaffected, disaffection, restlessness.

    Ex: If you are dissatisfied with your responses, go back and revise such parts of the text as you think fit.

    Ex: No one complained about Duff to her, and she decided not to probe for discontents.
    Ex: During her tenure as head of the EPA library, she dealt with the dissatisfaction with the national treatment of U.S. documents in a most constructive manner, by establishing the Government Documents Round Table (GODORT).
    Ex: Datto felt a wave of irritation engulf him, but he persevered, keeping his voice steady.
    Ex: The director of our public library hired as a page the daughter of a friend, who turned out to be unreliable and untrustworthy, and as a consequence had to handle a disgruntled head of circulation.
    Ex: The subjects referred to recur frequently in the writings of the 'socially committed' -- drugs, sex, racism, student unrest, riots, scandals in government, conservation, the role of women in society are among them.
    Ex: Disaffected and literally unliterary pubescent readers were expected to be hooked by his high-flown style.
    Ex: Further, there is evidence of publisher, author, and library user disaffection with the law of copyright.
    Ex: A five- to ten-fold increase of the soporific dose resulted in restlessness and disorientation instead of sleep.
    * descontento entre los trabajadores = industrial unrest.
    * descontento político = political unrest.
    * descontento social = civil unrest, social unrest.
    * estar descontento con = express + dissatisfaction with.
    * sentirse descontento con = experience + dissatisfaction with.

    * * *
    [ ESTAR] dissatisfied descontento CON algo/algn unhappy WITH sth/sb, dissatisfied WITH sth/sb
    estoy descontento con los resultados I'm unhappy o dissatisfied with the results, I'm not at all happy with the results
    quedó descontento con lo que le di he wasn't satisfied o happy with what I gave him
    discontent
    manifestaron su descontento they made known their discontent o dissatisfaction, they let it be known that they were dissatisfied o unhappy
    * * *

    Del verbo descontentar: ( conjugate descontentar)

    descontento es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    descontentó es:

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

    descontento 1
    ◊ -ta adjetivo [estar] dissatisfied;

    descontento con algo/algn unhappy o dissatisfied with sth/sb
    descontento 2 sustantivo masculino
    discontent
    descontento,-a
    I adjetivo unhappy, dissatisfied [con, with]
    II sustantivo masculino dissatisfaction

    ' descontento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    agitación
    - conflictividad
    - descontenta
    - disimulado
    - insatisfecho
    English:
    discontent
    - discontented
    - dissatisfaction
    - dissatisfied
    - grunt
    - undercurrent
    - undertone
    - unhappiness
    - unhappy
    - unrest
    - disgruntled
    - frustrated
    * * *
    descontento, -a
    adj
    unhappy, dissatisfied;
    estar descontento con algo/alguien to be dissatisfied o unhappy with sth/sb;
    dijo estar descontento con la decisión de los tribunales he said he was unhappy with the court's decision
    nm
    dissatisfaction;
    los sindicatos expresaron su descontento con la nueva ley the unions expressed their dissatisfaction with the new law;
    entre la población cundió el descontento discontent was spreading among the population
    * * *
    I adj dissatisfied
    II m dissatisfaction
    * * *
    descontento, -ta adj
    : discontented, dissatisfied
    : discontent, dissatisfaction
    * * *
    descontento adj unhappy [comp. unhappier; superl. unhappiest] / dissatisfied

    Spanish-English dictionary > descontento

  • 497 descontento político

    Ex. The rigours of the climate and the effects of war and political unrest have ravaged the cultural heritage..
    * * *

    Ex: The rigours of the climate and the effects of war and political unrest have ravaged the cultural heritage..

    Spanish-English dictionary > descontento político

  • 498 descontrolado

    adj.
    uncontrolled, compulsive, out of bounds, out of hand.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: descontrolarse.
    * * *
    1→ link=descontrolarse descontrolarse
    1 uncontrolled, out of control
    2 familiar figurado out of control, wild
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=sin control) uncontrolled

    elementos descontrolados — wild elements; (Pol) rebellious factions

    2) LAm (=perturbado) upset, irritated
    * * *
    - da adjetivo to be out of control

    una multitud descontrolada invadió el campo — a crowd, out of control, invaded the pitch

    * * *
    = untethered, freewheeling [free-wheeling], unchecked, uncontrolled, unbridled, runaway, unmonitored, unrestricted, riotous.
    Ex. 'Out of the secretarial world it comes, the prime example of the untethered query, bobbing uselessly about till one can tell what caused it to be launched'.
    Ex. Yet it is argued that these fluctuations do not justify either precipitous journal cancellations or free-wheeling additions to the collection.
    Ex. The volume of published material tends to grow unchecked, and academic libraries are expected to provide a ready market for it.
    Ex. Publishers are right to be concerned about uncontrolled republication.
    Ex. Unbridled photocopying will lead to the imminent demise of the communications skein.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'How to control a runaway state documents collection'.
    Ex. The causes were an unmonitored rise in heat and humidity from an air cooling system that continuously circulated hot moist air from the outside.
    Ex. Although the library community advocates unrestricted access to resources for all, professional practices illustrate that librarians restrict access for youth.
    Ex. I'd like to see the full force of the law brought down on these people who are involved in this riotous behaviour.
    ----
    * crecimiento urbano descontrolado = suburban sprawl.
    * de un modo descontrolado = uncontrollably.
    * expansión urbana descontrolada = urban sprawl, suburban sprawl.
    * gasto descontrolado = runaway spending.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo to be out of control

    una multitud descontrolada invadió el campo — a crowd, out of control, invaded the pitch

    * * *
    = untethered, freewheeling [free-wheeling], unchecked, uncontrolled, unbridled, runaway, unmonitored, unrestricted, riotous.

    Ex: 'Out of the secretarial world it comes, the prime example of the untethered query, bobbing uselessly about till one can tell what caused it to be launched'.

    Ex: Yet it is argued that these fluctuations do not justify either precipitous journal cancellations or free-wheeling additions to the collection.
    Ex: The volume of published material tends to grow unchecked, and academic libraries are expected to provide a ready market for it.
    Ex: Publishers are right to be concerned about uncontrolled republication.
    Ex: Unbridled photocopying will lead to the imminent demise of the communications skein.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'How to control a runaway state documents collection'.
    Ex: The causes were an unmonitored rise in heat and humidity from an air cooling system that continuously circulated hot moist air from the outside.
    Ex: Although the library community advocates unrestricted access to resources for all, professional practices illustrate that librarians restrict access for youth.
    Ex: I'd like to see the full force of the law brought down on these people who are involved in this riotous behaviour.
    * crecimiento urbano descontrolado = suburban sprawl.
    * de un modo descontrolado = uncontrollably.
    * expansión urbana descontrolada = urban sprawl, suburban sprawl.
    * gasto descontrolado = runaway spending.

    * * *
    1 ‹crecimiento/uso› uncontrolled
    el descontrolado mercado de la propiedad the uncontrolled property market
    el fuego descontrolado arrasó bosques enteros the fire got out of control and swept through whole forests
    2 ‹emoción/sentimiento› uncontrolled
    3 ‹persona› out of control
    elements descontrolados uncontrolled elements
    el marido descontrolado mató a la esposa the husband lost control and killed his wife
    totalmente descontrolado por los nervios se puso a gritar totally overcome by nerves, he began to shout
    * * *

    Del verbo descontrolarse: ( conjugate descontrolarse)

    descontrolado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    descontrolado    
    descontrolarse
    descontrolado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    out of control
    descontrolarse ( conjugate descontrolarse) verbo pronominal
    to get out of control
    ■descontrolarse verbo reflexivo to lose control

    ' descontrolado' also found in these entries:
    English:
    control
    - riotous
    * * *
    descontrolado, -a
    adj
    [automóvil, inflación] runaway; [persona] out of control;
    tengo a la clase descontrolada I can't keep order in my class;
    el tren circulaba descontrolado the train was running out of control;
    estar descontrolado to be out of control
    nm,f
    un grupo de descontrolados interrumpió la reunión a rowdy group disrupted the meeting
    * * *
    adj out of control

    Spanish-English dictionary > descontrolado

  • 499 descorazonarse

    1 to lose heart, get discouraged
    * * *
    VPR to get discouraged, lose heart
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + heart
    Ex. The result is that many political scientists have lost heart.
    * * *
    (v.) = lose + heart

    Ex: The result is that many political scientists have lost heart.

    * * *
    vpr
    to be discouraged, to lose heart
    * * *
    v/r get discouraged

    Spanish-English dictionary > descorazonarse

  • 500 desembolso

    m.
    1 payment.
    desembolso inicial down payment
    2 expenditure, defrayment, expense, cost.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: desembolsar.
    * * *
    1 (entrega de dinero) payment; (plazo) instalment (US installment)
    2 (gasto) expense, outlay, expenditure
    \
    desembolso inicial down payment
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=pago) payment
    2) (=gastos) outlay, expenditure
    * * *
    masculino expenditure; ( gasto inicial) outlay
    * * *
    = disbursal, disbursement, outlay, expense.
    Ex. Through collective barganining, political bodies can influence the appointments of individuals or the disbursal of funds within the library.
    Ex. There are no arrangement fees and there is no formal commitment until contract signature, which is normally shortly before the date of each disbursement.
    Ex. Educative work must continue to be publicised and libraries must make greater outlays of funds and staff.
    Ex. At an earlier stage, the Library of Congress had decided to retain certain pre-AACR headings, in order to avoid the expense of extensive recataloguing.
    ----
    * desembolso de capital = capital outlay.
    * desembolso económico = financial outlay.
    * gastos que no suponen un gran desembolso de dinero = out-of-pocket costs.
    * * *
    masculino expenditure; ( gasto inicial) outlay
    * * *
    = disbursal, disbursement, outlay, expense.

    Ex: Through collective barganining, political bodies can influence the appointments of individuals or the disbursal of funds within the library.

    Ex: There are no arrangement fees and there is no formal commitment until contract signature, which is normally shortly before the date of each disbursement.
    Ex: Educative work must continue to be publicised and libraries must make greater outlays of funds and staff.
    Ex: At an earlier stage, the Library of Congress had decided to retain certain pre-AACR headings, in order to avoid the expense of extensive recataloguing.
    * desembolso de capital = capital outlay.
    * desembolso económico = financial outlay.
    * gastos que no suponen un gran desembolso de dinero = out-of-pocket costs.

    * * *
    outlay
    un desembolso inicial de 15 millones an initial outlay of 15 million
    no estoy en condiciones de hacer ese desembolso I can't afford to pay out that sort of money
    * * *

    Del verbo desembolsar: ( conjugate desembolsar)

    desembolso es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    desembolsó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    desembolsar    
    desembolso
    desembolsar ( conjugate desembolsar) verbo transitivo
    to spend, pay out
    desembolso sustantivo masculino
    expenditure;
    ( gasto inicial) outlay
    desembolsar verbo transitivo to pay out
    desembolso sustantivo masculino expenditure, payment
    un desembolso inicial de diez mil pesetas, an initial outlay of ten thousand pesetas
    ' desembolso' also found in these entries:
    English:
    disbursement
    - expenditure
    - outlay
    - out
    * * *
    payment;
    hacer un desembolso de un millón de pesos to pay (out) a million pesos
    desembolso inicial down payment
    * * *
    m expenditure, outlay
    * * *
    pago: disbursement, payment

    Spanish-English dictionary > desembolso

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