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  • 1 privado

    pri'bađo
    adj
    ( femenino privada) adjetivo
    privado1
    privado1 [pri'βaðo]
    ————————
    privado2
    privado2 , -a [pri'βaðo, -a]
    num1num (reunión, fiesta) privat; (sesión) nicht öffentlich
    num2num (personal, confidencial) privat; vida privada Privatleben neutro; en el trabajo es insoportable, pero en privado... bei der Arbeit ist er/sie unerträglich, aber privat...; quisiera hablar en privado contigo ich möchte mit dir unter vier Augen sprechen
    num3num (falto) privado de... ohne...; privado de flexibilidad (cosa) ungeschmeidig; (persona) unflexibel; privado de inteligencia beschränkt; privado de la libertad inhaftiert; privado de medios mittellos

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > privado

  • 2 privado

    adj.
    1 private, confidential, personal, privy.
    Este es un asunto privado This is private business.
    2 private, restricted, restricted-access.
    3 reserved.
    4 unconscious, fainted.
    5 sound asleep, asleep, sleeping, fast asleep.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: privar.
    * * *
    1→ link=privar privar
    1 private
    \
    en privado in private
    * * *
    (f. - privada)
    adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) [club, colegio, avión] private
    2) LAm (=alocado) mad, senseless
    3) Caribe (=débil) weak, faint
    2. SM
    1)

    en privado — privately, in private

    2) (Pol) (=favorito) favourite, favorite (EEUU), protégé; ( Hist) royal favourite, chief minister
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <reunión/vida> private
    b) (Col, Méx) ( desmayado) unconscious
    c) (Méx) <teléfono/número> unlisted (AmE), ex-directory (BrE)
    * * *
    = personal, private, confidential, privately run.
    Ex. Cards will remain useful for small local and personal indexes but other options, in the form of microcomputers and their software are beginning to compete in this application.
    Ex. SWALCAP supports a network arrangement of remote terminals and minicomputers linked to the central computer via private lines.
    Ex. There is also a large amount of information that is kept secret: not merely cloak-and-dagger state secrets, but vast quantities of confidential technical and commercial data.
    Ex. It is a project that has been incubating since he lost the space for his privately run museum in Gloucester docks two years ago.
    ----
    * ámbito privado, el = private sector, the.
    * archivo privado = private archives.
    * biblioteca privada = private library.
    * ceremonia privada = private ceremony.
    * detective privado = private eye.
    * empresa privada = private firm.
    * en privado = privately, a word in + Posesivo + ear, in private, behind closed doors.
    * entidad privada = private institution.
    * espacio privado = personal space, territorial space, personal space territory.
    * financiado con fondos privados = privately supported [privately-supported], privately funded, privately financed.
    * finca privada = private estate.
    * información privada = private information.
    * investigador privado = private eye, private detective.
    * invitación a inauguración privada = private view card (PVC).
    * mantener en privado = be out of the public eye.
    * no tener vida privada = like being in a (gold)fish bowl.
    * Posesivo + partes privadas = Posesivo + crown jewels, Posesivo + family jewels, Posesivo + privates.
    * propiedad privada = private estate.
    * red privada = peer-to-peer network.
    * red privada virtual (VPN) = virtual private network (VPN).
    * sector privado, el = private sector, the, profit sector, the.
    * sociedad privada = private society.
    * universidad privada = private university.
    * urbanización privada = private estate.
    * vida privada = private life.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <reunión/vida> private
    b) (Col, Méx) ( desmayado) unconscious
    c) (Méx) <teléfono/número> unlisted (AmE), ex-directory (BrE)
    * * *
    = personal, private, confidential, privately run.

    Ex: Cards will remain useful for small local and personal indexes but other options, in the form of microcomputers and their software are beginning to compete in this application.

    Ex: SWALCAP supports a network arrangement of remote terminals and minicomputers linked to the central computer via private lines.
    Ex: There is also a large amount of information that is kept secret: not merely cloak-and-dagger state secrets, but vast quantities of confidential technical and commercial data.
    Ex: It is a project that has been incubating since he lost the space for his privately run museum in Gloucester docks two years ago.
    * ámbito privado, el = private sector, the.
    * archivo privado = private archives.
    * biblioteca privada = private library.
    * ceremonia privada = private ceremony.
    * detective privado = private eye.
    * empresa privada = private firm.
    * en privado = privately, a word in + Posesivo + ear, in private, behind closed doors.
    * entidad privada = private institution.
    * espacio privado = personal space, territorial space, personal space territory.
    * financiado con fondos privados = privately supported [privately-supported], privately funded, privately financed.
    * finca privada = private estate.
    * información privada = private information.
    * investigador privado = private eye, private detective.
    * invitación a inauguración privada = private view card (PVC).
    * mantener en privado = be out of the public eye.
    * no tener vida privada = like being in a (gold)fish bowl.
    * Posesivo + partes privadas = Posesivo + crown jewels, Posesivo + family jewels, Posesivo + privates.
    * propiedad privada = private estate.
    * red privada = peer-to-peer network.
    * red privada virtual (VPN) = virtual private network (VPN).
    * sector privado, el = private sector, the, profit sector, the.
    * sociedad privada = private society.
    * universidad privada = private university.
    * urbanización privada = private estate.
    * vida privada = private life.

    * * *
    privado -da
    1 ‹reunión/fiesta› private
    vida privada private life
    en privado in private
    2 (Col, Méx) (desmayado) unconscious
    3 ( Méx) ‹teléfono/número› unlisted ( AmE), ex-directory ( BrE)
    * * *

    Del verbo privar: ( conjugate privar)

    privado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    privado    
    privar
    privado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a)reunión/vida private;


    b) (Col, Méx) ( desmayado) unconscious

    c) (Méx) ‹teléfono/número unlisted (AmE), ex-directory (BrE)

    privar ( conjugate privar) verbo transitivo
    1 privado a algn DE algo ‹de derecho/libertad› to deprive sb of sth
    2 (Col, Méx) ( dejar inconsciente) to knock … unconscious
    privarse verbo pronominal
    1 privadose DE algo ‹de lujos/placeres› to deprive oneself of sth
    2 (Col, Méx) ( desmayarse) to lose consciousness, pass out
    privado,-a adj (personal) private: siempre está metiéndose en la vida privada de los demás, he's always sticking his nose into the private lives of others
    (secreto, reservado) private, confidential
    (no público) una clínica privada, a private clinic
    ♦ Locuciones: en privado, in private: los problemas familiares se discuten en privado, family issues should be discussed in private
    privar
    I vt
    1 (despojar) to deprive [de, of]
    2 fam (gustar mucho) me priva la fruta, I love fruit
    II vi argot (beber) to booze
    ' privado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    colegio
    - coto
    - detective
    - particular
    - privada
    - rincón
    - sabueso
    - sector
    - estudiar
    - intimidad
    English:
    celebrate
    - clinic
    - in
    - personal
    - prep school
    - private
    - privately
    - Pte.
    - public school
    - enterprise
    - ex-directory
    - finishing
    - investigator
    - preparatory
    - public
    * * *
    privado, -a
    adj
    private;
    en privado in private
    nm
    Am [despacho] private office
    * * *
    I partprivar
    II adj private;
    en privado in private
    * * *
    privado, -da adj
    : private
    privadamente adv
    * * *
    privado adj private

    Spanish-English dictionary > privado

  • 3 capital privado

    El diccionario Español-ruso económico > capital privado

  • 4 privado

    частный, неофициальный; конфиденциальный; закрытый; лишенный (чего-либо)
    * * *
    adj
    1) частный; личный
    - en privado

    El diccionario Español-ruso jurídico > privado

  • 5 confidencial

    kɔmfiđen'θǐal
    adj
    adjetivo
    confidencial
    confidencial [ko98780C67ɱ98780C67fiðeṇ'θjal]
    vertraulich

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > confidencial

  • 6 en el trabajo es insoportable, pero en privado...

    en el trabajo es insoportable, pero en privado...
    bei der Arbeit ist er/sie unerträglich, aber privat...

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > en el trabajo es insoportable, pero en privado...

  • 7 está privado por esa chica

    está privado por esa chica
    er hat an diesem Mädchen einen Narren gefressen

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > está privado por esa chica

  • 8 privado de flexibilidad

    privado de flexibilidad
    (cosa) ungeschmeidig

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > privado de flexibilidad

  • 9 privado de inteligencia

    privado de inteligencia
    beschränkt

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > privado de inteligencia

  • 10 privado de la libertad

    privado de la libertad
    inhaftiert

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > privado de la libertad

  • 11 privado de medios

    privado de medios
    mittellos

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > privado de medios

  • 12 privado de...

    privado de...
    ohne...

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > privado de...

  • 13 quisiera hablar en privado contigo

    quisiera hablar en privado contigo
    ich möchte mit dir unter vier Augen sprechen

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > quisiera hablar en privado contigo

  • 14 base de datos con información confidencial

    Ex. 'Aerospace Online' is a network of aerospace intelligence databases providing current, historical and forecast information on the aerospace/defence industry = "Aerospace Online" es una red de bases de datos con información confidencial sobre el espacio que ofrece información actual, histórica y de pronóstico sobre la industria aeroespacial y de defensa.
    * * *

    Ex: 'Aerospace Online' is a network of aerospace intelligence databases providing current, historical and forecast information on the aerospace/defence industry = "Aerospace Online" es una red de bases de datos con información confidencial sobre el espacio que ofrece información actual, histórica y de pronóstico sobre la industria aeroespacial y de defensa.

    Spanish-English dictionary > base de datos con información confidencial

  • 15 confidencial

    adj.
    confidential.
    * * *
    1 confidential
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    * * *
    adjetivo confidential
    * * *
    = confidential, q.t., classified, sensitive, undisclosed, unrevealed, hush-hush.
    Ex. There is also a large amount of information that is kept secret: not merely cloak-and-dagger state secrets, but vast quantities of confidential technical and commercial data.
    Ex. 'I probably shouldn't tell you this,' he said confidentially, 'but you'll find out sooner or later; in the meantime, it's strictly q.t.; Jay's in trouble'.
    Ex. The Clipper chip is used to encrypt communications which are not classified.
    Ex. However, the Internet is perceived as an unsafe medium for the valuable and sensitive information in business transactions.
    Ex. These records reveal facts about individuals and business entities that the parties concerned might prefer undisclosed.
    Ex. More than half the paintings in the exhibition represented groups of people watching interesting spectacles, some of which were unrevealed.
    Ex. Several hundred women die every year in the United States from hospital-acquired infections, but it's so hush-hush here that we rarely hear about them.
    ----
    * abuso de información confidencial = insider trading, insider dealing.
    * información confidencial = inside information, confidential information, insider information.
    * tener acceso a información confidencial = be on the inside.
    * * *
    adjetivo confidential
    * * *
    = confidential, q.t., classified, sensitive, undisclosed, unrevealed, hush-hush.

    Ex: There is also a large amount of information that is kept secret: not merely cloak-and-dagger state secrets, but vast quantities of confidential technical and commercial data.

    Ex: 'I probably shouldn't tell you this,' he said confidentially, 'but you'll find out sooner or later; in the meantime, it's strictly q.t.; Jay's in trouble'.
    Ex: The Clipper chip is used to encrypt communications which are not classified.
    Ex: However, the Internet is perceived as an unsafe medium for the valuable and sensitive information in business transactions.
    Ex: These records reveal facts about individuals and business entities that the parties concerned might prefer undisclosed.
    Ex: More than half the paintings in the exhibition represented groups of people watching interesting spectacles, some of which were unrevealed.
    Ex: Several hundred women die every year in the United States from hospital-acquired infections, but it's so hush-hush here that we rarely hear about them.
    * abuso de información confidencial = insider trading, insider dealing.
    * información confidencial = inside information, confidential information, insider information.
    * tener acceso a información confidencial = be on the inside.

    * * *
    confidential
    * * *

    confidencial adjetivo
    confidential
    confidencial adjetivo confidential
    ' confidencial' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    secreto
    English:
    confidential
    - hush-hush
    - private
    - privileged
    - secret
    - insider
    - restricted
    * * *
    confidential
    * * *
    adj confidential
    * * *
    : confidential

    Spanish-English dictionary > confidencial

  • 16 detective privado

    f. & m.
    private detective, bloodhound, detective, plainclothes man.
    * * *
    private detective, private eye
    * * *
    (n.) = private eye, private detective, private detective
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Pioneers, passionate ladies and private eyes: dime novels, series books and paperbacks.
    Ex. Chandler's legendary private detective Phillip Marlowe is brought moodily to life in a film that epitomises the very soul of film noir.
    Ex. Chandler's legendary private detective Phillip Marlowe is brought moodily to life in a film that epitomises the very soul of film noir.
    * * *
    (n.) = private eye, private detective, private detective

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Pioneers, passionate ladies and private eyes: dime novels, series books and paperbacks.

    Ex: Chandler's legendary private detective Phillip Marlowe is brought moodily to life in a film that epitomises the very soul of film noir.
    Ex: Chandler's legendary private detective Phillip Marlowe is brought moodily to life in a film that epitomises the very soul of film noir.

    * * *
    private detective

    Spanish-English dictionary > detective privado

  • 17 en privado

    in private
    * * *
    = privately, a word in + Posesivo + ear, in private, behind closed doors
    Ex. Pressmen sometimes employed boys privately by the week to take printed sheets off the tympan, and thus speed up their rate of work = Los impresores algunas veces empleaban por su cuenta y por semanas a chicos aprendices para retirar del tímpano los pliegos impresos y así acelerar su ritmo de trabajo.
    Ex. The article ' Word in your ear: a techno assisted revival of an ancient art' discusses the substantial market for talking or audiobooks in the UK and the USA.
    Ex. This need can be influenced by only offering criticism in private but by giving praise in public.
    Ex. Committee meetings are normally held behind closed doors but, occasionally, a committee will decide to hold a public hearing on a given topic.
    * * *
    = privately, a word in + Posesivo + ear, in private, behind closed doors

    Ex: Pressmen sometimes employed boys privately by the week to take printed sheets off the tympan, and thus speed up their rate of work = Los impresores algunas veces empleaban por su cuenta y por semanas a chicos aprendices para retirar del tímpano los pliegos impresos y así acelerar su ritmo de trabajo.

    Ex: The article ' Word in your ear: a techno assisted revival of an ancient art' discusses the substantial market for talking or audiobooks in the UK and the USA.
    Ex: This need can be influenced by only offering criticism in private but by giving praise in public.
    Ex: Committee meetings are normally held behind closed doors but, occasionally, a committee will decide to hold a public hearing on a given topic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en privado

  • 18 investigador privado

    m.
    private investigator, inquiry agent, plain-clothes man, private detective.
    * * *
    private investigator
    * * *
    (n.) = private eye, private detective
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Pioneers, passionate ladies and private eyes: dime novels, series books and paperbacks.
    Ex. Chandler's legendary private detective Phillip Marlowe is brought moodily to life in a film that epitomises the very soul of film noir.
    * * *
    (n.) = private eye, private detective

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Pioneers, passionate ladies and private eyes: dime novels, series books and paperbacks.

    Ex: Chandler's legendary private detective Phillip Marlowe is brought moodily to life in a film that epitomises the very soul of film noir.

    * * *
    private investigator

    Spanish-English dictionary > investigador privado

  • 19 sector privado

    m.
    private sector, private enterprise.
    * * *
    Ex. Just as libraries can exist alongside bookshops and video rental shops, so there is room for both libraries and private enterprise in the computer area.
    * * *
    el sector privado
    = private sector, the, profit sector, the

    Ex: Since the Reagan administration began its war on waste in 1981, farmers and other citizens have had not alternative to buying their information from the private sector at far steeper prices.

    Ex: This article describes a questionnaire survey of special librarians in the profit and not-for-profit sector to determine their use of interactive communications technology.

    Ex: Just as libraries can exist alongside bookshops and video rental shops, so there is room for both libraries and private enterprise in the computer area.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sector privado

  • 20 colegio privado / colegio de pago

    colegio privado / colegio de pago
    public school, US private school

    Spanish-English dictionary > colegio privado / colegio de pago

См. также в других словарях:

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  • privado — {{#}}{{LM P31671}}{{〓}} {{SynP32433}} {{[}}privado{{]}}, {{[}}privada{{]}} ‹pri·va·do, da› {{《}}▍ adj.{{》}} {{<}}1{{>}} Que pertenece o está reservado a una sola persona o a un número limitado y escogido de personas: • una fiesta privada.{{○}}… …   Diccionario de uso del español actual con sinónimos y antónimos

  • confidencial — adjetivo reservado, secreto. * * * Sinónimos: ■ reservado, secreto, íntimo, personal, privado, particular Antónimos: ■ público …   Diccionario de sinónimos y antónimos

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