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  • 641 en circuitos de segundo orden

    Ex. It was intended that the service should fill the gap in the provinces created by the vast concentration of on-line activity in the metropolis.
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    Ex: It was intended that the service should fill the gap in the provinces created by the vast concentration of on-line activity in the metropolis.

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  • 642 en cualquier orden

    Ex. The search statement 'TAX W/5 SAVING' searches the terms within five words of each other but either way round.
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    Ex: The search statement 'TAX W/5 SAVING' searches the terms within five words of each other but either way round.

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  • 643 en el mismo orden que

    Ex. The output files were always named in sequence starting on 1, not necessarily in sync with the image file names.
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    Ex: The output files were always named in sequence starting on 1, not necessarily in sync with the image file names.

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  • 644 en el orden del día

    Ex. Rules that make it easier for municipal governments to offer wireless broadband will be on the agenda.
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    Ex: Rules that make it easier for municipal governments to offer wireless broadband will be on the agenda.

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  • 645 en orden

    (adj.) = tidy [tidier -comp., tidiest -sup.]
    Ex. Their duty is to come in before school each morning and check that the book checking system is in order and that the library is tidy and presentable.
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    (adj.) = tidy [tidier -comp., tidiest -sup.]

    Ex: Their duty is to come in before school each morning and check that the book checking system is in order and that the library is tidy and presentable.

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  • 646 en orden de importancia

    = in rank order, in order
    Ex. The system then prints out the titles in rank order, with the user responding to show his estimation of relevance.
    Ex. In the overall ranking the main sources, in order, were statistical information, personal contacts, newspapers and trade journal, grey literature, and conventional literature; the various kinds of secondary information service all ranked lower.
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    = in rank order, in order

    Ex: The system then prints out the titles in rank order, with the user responding to show his estimation of relevance.

    Ex: In the overall ranking the main sources, in order, were statistical information, personal contacts, newspapers and trade journal, grey literature, and conventional literature; the various kinds of secondary information service all ranked lower.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en orden de importancia

  • 647 en orden jerárquico

    Ex. The first takes the list of search terms, which the user is asked to rank in order of importance, and uses them as the basis of a weighted term search producing output in ranked order.
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    Ex: The first takes the list of search terms, which the user is asked to rank in order of importance, and uses them as the basis of a weighted term search producing output in ranked order.

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  • 648 en otro orden de cosas

    = on another topic, as for, as for, as regards, meanwhile, on another matter, on another note, on other matters
    Ex. On another topic, how much trust and confidence do you have at this time in your mayor and city council, when it comes to handling city problems?.
    Ex. As for the future, the technology already exists for interfacing head-end computers on cable television systems with online catalog computers so that television sets can be employed to access catalogs.
    Ex. As for the future, the technology already exists for interfacing head-end computers on cable television systems with online catalog computers so that television sets can be employed to access catalogs.
    Ex. Practice as regards integration varies considerably.
    Ex. Meanwhile in 1951, the Library Association reconstituted its Catalogue Code Revision Committee and started discussion.
    Ex. On another matter, in many cases it is cheaper to pay workers for overtime than it is to hire more people.
    Ex. On another note, if a child is bilingual, it is very difficult to make him fluent in both languages.
    Ex. On other matters, it appears that our server was down again this morning.
    * * *
    = on another topic, as for, as for, as regards, meanwhile, on another matter, on another note, on other matters

    Ex: On another topic, how much trust and confidence do you have at this time in your mayor and city council, when it comes to handling city problems?.

    Ex: As for the future, the technology already exists for interfacing head-end computers on cable television systems with online catalog computers so that television sets can be employed to access catalogs.
    Ex: As for the future, the technology already exists for interfacing head-end computers on cable television systems with online catalog computers so that television sets can be employed to access catalogs.
    Ex: Practice as regards integration varies considerably.
    Ex: Meanwhile in 1951, the Library Association reconstituted its Catalogue Code Revision Committee and started discussion.
    Ex: On another matter, in many cases it is cheaper to pay workers for overtime than it is to hire more people.
    Ex: On another note, if a child is bilingual, it is very difficult to make him fluent in both languages.
    Ex: On other matters, it appears that our server was down again this morning.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en otro orden de cosas

  • 649 en un estado sin problemas y sin tener nada urgente que hacer

    Ex. The article ' Sitting pretty: infants, toddlers, & lapsits' outlines the procedures followed at San Francisco public library to help parents introduce their babies to appropriate literature.
    * * *

    Ex: The article ' Sitting pretty: infants, toddlers, & lapsits' outlines the procedures followed at San Francisco public library to help parents introduce their babies to appropriate literature.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en un estado sin problemas y sin tener nada urgente que hacer

  • 650 encontrarse con problemas

    (v.) = run into + trouble
    Ex. Unless the librarian is alert enough to detect this, either immediately or during the subsequent conversation, he will run into trouble.
    * * *
    (v.) = run into + trouble

    Ex: Unless the librarian is alert enough to detect this, either immediately or during the subsequent conversation, he will run into trouble.

    Spanish-English dictionary > encontrarse con problemas

  • 651 estar a la orden del día

    Ex. Now that financial stringencies were the order of the day, libraries had to compete with the more pressing needs of other programme areas, like education, social services, and housing, for dwindling resources.
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    Ex: Now that financial stringencies were the order of the day, libraries had to compete with the more pressing needs of other programme areas, like education, social services, and housing, for dwindling resources.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar a la orden del día

  • 652 estar lleno de problemas

    (v.) = bristle with + problems
    Ex. The vast majority of management problems, even those which seem at first glance to be wholly planning or organizing or controlling problems, usually turn out to be bristling with ticklish human relations problems.
    * * *
    (v.) = bristle with + problems

    Ex: The vast majority of management problems, even those which seem at first glance to be wholly planning or organizing or controlling problems, usually turn out to be bristling with ticklish human relations problems.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar lleno de problemas

  • 653 estatus económico

    Ex. The determination of Cypriot provenances for amphorae and roof tiles provide important evidence regarding the economic status of Cyprus at that time.
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    Ex: The determination of Cypriot provenances for amphorae and roof tiles provide important evidence regarding the economic status of Cyprus at that time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estatus económico

  • 654 evitar problemas

    (v.) = stay out of + trouble
    Ex. This article examines the nature of the complaints and provides a list of tips for staying out of trouble.
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    (v.) = stay out of + trouble

    Ex: This article examines the nature of the complaints and provides a list of tips for staying out of trouble.

    Spanish-English dictionary > evitar problemas

  • 655 falto de orden

    (adj.) = unordered
    Ex. Experience has shown that the vastness of this as yet unordered field holds many pitfalls for the unwary librarian and researcher.
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    (adj.) = unordered

    Ex: Experience has shown that the vastness of this as yet unordered field holds many pitfalls for the unwary librarian and researcher.

    Spanish-English dictionary > falto de orden

  • 656 fondo económico

    (n.) = funds
    Ex. For some time there have been insufficient funds to support the central management of the scheme.
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    (n.) = funds

    Ex: For some time there have been insufficient funds to support the central management of the scheme.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fondo económico

  • 657 fuerzas del orden

    (n.) = police force
    Ex. The friendly-sounding British bobbies, created in 1829, were the first professional police force, copied by cities around the world.
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    Ex: The friendly-sounding British bobbies, created in 1829, were the first professional police force, copied by cities around the world.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuerzas del orden

  • 658 historiador económico

    Ex. Previous economic historians have, by and large, studiously ignored the British slave trade.
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    Ex: Previous economic historians have, by and large, studiously ignored the British slave trade.

    Spanish-English dictionary > historiador económico

  • 659 hotel económico

    m.
    economy hotel, budget hotel.
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    (n.) = budget hotel
    Ex. But there are also excellent budget hotels in London to be found if you know where to look.
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    Ex: But there are also excellent budget hotels in London to be found if you know where to look.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hotel económico

  • 660 impacto económico

    m.
    economic impact.
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    Ex. Its economic impact has been a disappointment & is totally incommensurate with the size of the investment.
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    Ex: Its economic impact has been a disappointment & is totally incommensurate with the size of the investment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > impacto económico

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