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  • 761 problemas con el alcohol

    Ex. Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
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    Ex: Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).

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  • 762 problemas con la bebida

    Ex. Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
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    Ex: Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).

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  • 763 problemas con la vista

    Ex. Elderly users of libraries encounter problems of unfamiliarity with the library set up, poor eyesight and poor hearing.
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    Ex: Elderly users of libraries encounter problems of unfamiliarity with the library set up, poor eyesight and poor hearing.

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  • 764 problemas de la vida

    (n.) = life problems [life-problems]
    Ex. Reading literature is a game-playing activity in which we 'try out' various possible solutions to life-problems and see how they might be worked out before having to tackle them in reality.
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    (n.) = life problems [life-problems]

    Ex: Reading literature is a game-playing activity in which we 'try out' various possible solutions to life-problems and see how they might be worked out before having to tackle them in reality.

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  • 765 problemas de lectura

    Ex. Easy-to-read books for people with reading difficulties have been published in Sweden for the last 15 years.
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    Ex: Easy-to-read books for people with reading difficulties have been published in Sweden for the last 15 years.

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  • 766 problemas de oído

    (n.) = poor hearing
    Ex. Elderly users of libraries encounter problems of unfamiliarity with the library set up, poor eyesight and poor hearing.
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    Ex: Elderly users of libraries encounter problems of unfamiliarity with the library set up, poor eyesight and poor hearing.

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  • 767 problemas del crecimiento

    Ex. Information technology is in a period of dynamic growth, accompanied by all the growing pains and uncertainties which characterize the 'adolescent phase' of a young subject.
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    Ex: Information technology is in a period of dynamic growth, accompanied by all the growing pains and uncertainties which characterize the 'adolescent phase' of a young subject.

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  • 768 problemas dentales

    Ex. Children of poor families more frequently demonstrated dental disease; skin, tonsil, and ear infections; and poor school performance.
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    Ex: Children of poor families more frequently demonstrated dental disease; skin, tonsil, and ear infections; and poor school performance.

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  • 769 problemas familiares

    Ex. This library serves a population displaying all the familiar features of low income, family social and financial crises, juvenile delinquency, and landlord/tenant problems.
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    Ex: This library serves a population displaying all the familiar features of low income, family social and financial crises, juvenile delinquency, and landlord/tenant problems.

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  • 770 problemas inherentes al crecimiento

    Ex. Information technology is in a period of dynamic growth, accompanied by all the growing pains and uncertainties which characterize the 'adolescent phase' of a young subject.
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    Ex: Information technology is in a period of dynamic growth, accompanied by all the growing pains and uncertainties which characterize the 'adolescent phase' of a young subject.

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  • 771 problemas iniciales

    m.pl.
    1 growing pains.
    2 teething troubles, teething problems.
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    = teething problems, teething troubles, growing pains
    Ex. This article describes the installation of the terminal, teething problems, staff training, searching on-line, and selection of staff for training.
    Ex. This article describes how the library is coping with cataloguing given the speed with which it has grown, teething troubles with new software, backlogs, and funding and staffing cuts.
    Ex. Information technology is in a period of dynamic growth, accompanied by all the growing pains and uncertainties which characterize the 'adolescent phase' of a young subject.
    * * *
    = teething problems, teething troubles, growing pains

    Ex: This article describes the installation of the terminal, teething problems, staff training, searching on-line, and selection of staff for training.

    Ex: This article describes how the library is coping with cataloguing given the speed with which it has grown, teething troubles with new software, backlogs, and funding and staffing cuts.
    Ex: Information technology is in a period of dynamic growth, accompanied by all the growing pains and uncertainties which characterize the 'adolescent phase' of a young subject.

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  • 772 problemas sociales

    m.pl.
    social disturbances.
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    Ex. This library serves a population displaying all the familiar features of low income, family social and financial crises, juvenile delinquency, and landlord/tenant problems.
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    Ex: This library serves a population displaying all the familiar features of low income, family social and financial crises, juvenile delinquency, and landlord/tenant problems.

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  • 773 problemas visuales

    Ex. Information access for people with a visual impairment can be facilitated through the provision of alternative format materials.
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    Ex: Information access for people with a visual impairment can be facilitated through the provision of alternative format materials.

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  • 774 punto del orden del día

    (n.) = agenda item
    Ex. After the election of a new president, government executives have two opportunities to propose agenda items to the new administration.
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    Ex: After the election of a new president, government executives have two opportunities to propose agenda items to the new administration.

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  • 775 recorte económico

    (n.) = axe [ax, -USA]
    Ex. Following in the footsteps of Beeching's axe which put paid to the branch-line era of the railways, many rural bus routes have now been threatened by rising petrol costs.
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    (n.) = axe [ax, -USA]

    Ex: Following in the footsteps of Beeching's axe which put paid to the branch-line era of the railways, many rural bus routes have now been threatened by rising petrol costs.

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  • 776 resolución de problemas

    (n.) = problem solving [problem-solving]
    Ex. Its objective is to assist individuals who need help in their personal problem-solving.
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    (n.) = problem solving [problem-solving]

    Ex: Its objective is to assist individuals who need help in their personal problem-solving.

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  • 777 resolver los problemas

    (v.) = iron out + the bugs
    Ex. An interesting compromise is to use a Uniterm system to start with, transferring to peek-a-boo when, using an inelegant but expressive phrase, the 'bugs' have been ironed out.
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    (v.) = iron out + the bugs

    Ex: An interesting compromise is to use a Uniterm system to start with, transferring to peek-a-boo when, using an inelegant but expressive phrase, the 'bugs' have been ironed out.

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  • 778 respaldo económico

    m.
    financial backing, financial support.
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    Ex. This is partly because the 40-year civil war has developed into a war of attrition, with ransom money from kidnapping providing much of the financial backing.
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    Ex: This is partly because the 40-year civil war has developed into a war of attrition, with ransom money from kidnapping providing much of the financial backing.

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  • 779 riesgo económico

    Ex. Some of the financial risks must be removed from the publisher and distributed among the other participants in the publishing process.
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    Ex: Some of the financial risks must be removed from the publisher and distributed among the other participants in the publishing process.

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  • 780 ser del orden de + Número

    (v.) = be of the order of + Número
    Ex. It was found that interlending traffic was of the order of 300,000 requests in 1985, with a fill rate of 80% and a median turnaround time of 10 days for 1st requests.
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    (v.) = be of the order of + Número

    Ex: It was found that interlending traffic was of the order of 300,000 requests in 1985, with a fill rate of 80% and a median turnaround time of 10 days for 1st requests.

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