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  • 121 con problemas visuales

    (adj.) = vision impaired
    Ex. The article 'Adaptive technology: a juggling act' describes the wide range of adaptive technology available to help blind and vision impaired students = El artículo "Tecnología adaptada a usuarios con necesidades especiales: juegos malabares" describe la gran variedad de adaptaciones tecnológicas para ayudar a los estudiantes ciegos y con problemas visuales.
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    Ex: The article 'Adaptive technology: a juggling act' describes the wide range of adaptive technology available to help blind and vision impaired students = El artículo "Tecnología adaptada a usuarios con necesidades especiales: juegos malabares" describe la gran variedad de adaptaciones tecnológicas para ayudar a los estudiantes ciegos y con problemas visuales.

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  • 122 dar problemas

    v.
    1 to give problems, to be acting up, to be playing up, to play up.
    El auto nuevo da problemas The new car gives problems.
    2 to create problems, to start trouble.
    El nuevo chico da problemas The new kid starts trouble.
    3 to cause problems, to give trouble, to bother, to cause problems to.
    Ella le da problemas a la escuela She causes the school problems.
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    to cause problems
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    (v.) = play up
    Ex. Each time it's been in the garage, it drives OK for about 10-15 miles, before starting to play up again.
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    (v.) = play up

    Ex: Each time it's been in the garage, it drives OK for about 10-15 miles, before starting to play up again.

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  • 123 de primer orden

    first-rate
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    (adj.) = world-class, blue chip [blue-chip], first-order [1st-order]
    Ex. The difference between success and failure in this environment can often be traced to the availability of world-class information.
    Ex. The model has been used extensively by blue chip companies in the UK.
    Ex. Ranganathan defines main class: 'any class enumerated in the first-order array of a scheme of classification of the universe of knowledge'.
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    (adj.) = world-class, blue chip [blue-chip], first-order [1st-order]

    Ex: The difference between success and failure in this environment can often be traced to the availability of world-class information.

    Ex: The model has been used extensively by blue chip companies in the UK.
    Ex: Ranganathan defines main class: 'any class enumerated in the first-order array of a scheme of classification of the universe of knowledge'.

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  • 124 del orden de

    of the order of, US on the order of
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    = by the order of + Expresión Numérica
    Ex. Therefore, there exists an opportunity to reduce toxic emissions by the order of 15 to 20% without substantial economic penalties.
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    = by the order of + Expresión Numérica

    Ex: Therefore, there exists an opportunity to reduce toxic emissions by the order of 15 to 20% without substantial economic penalties.

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  • 125 económico-técnico

    Ex. One of the key concepts that permeate the field is a concern with economic-technical rather than psychosocial aspects = Uno de los conceptos principales que típico de la disciplina es una preocupación por los aspectos económico-técnicos que por los sicosociales.
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    Ex: One of the key concepts that permeate the field is a concern with economic-technical rather than psychosocial aspects = Uno de los conceptos principales que típico de la disciplina es una preocupación por los aspectos económico-técnicos que por los sicosociales.

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  • 126 ejercicio económico

    m.
    fiscal year, financial year, trading year.
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    financial year, fiscal year
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    (n.) = business year, accounting year
    Ex. Results indicated 78 percent expected 1974 to be a better business year than 1973.
    Ex. Short-term plans, on the other hand, usually coincide with the accounting year.
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    (n.) = business year, accounting year

    Ex: Results indicated 78 percent expected 1974 to be a better business year than 1973.

    Ex: Short-term plans, on the other hand, usually coincide with the accounting year.

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  • 127 fuerzas del orden público

    police force sing
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    (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.

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  • 128 ingresar en una orden religiosa

    (v.) = join + religious order
    Ex. This article briefly discusses her early life and education, her career as reporter, teacher and librarian, her decision to join a religious order, and her working life until her retirement and death in 1982 = Este artículo habla brevemente de sus primeros años de vida y educación recibida, su carrera como periodista, profesora y biblioteca, su decisión de ingresar en una orden religiosa y su vida laboral hasta su jubilación y muerte en 1982.
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    (v.) = join + religious order

    Ex: This article briefly discusses her early life and education, her career as reporter, teacher and librarian, her decision to join a religious order, and her working life until her retirement and death in 1982 = Este artículo habla brevemente de sus primeros años de vida y educación recibida, su carrera como periodista, profesora y biblioteca, su decisión de ingresar en una orden religiosa y su vida laboral hasta su jubilación y muerte en 1982.

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  • 129 orden de caballería

    order of knighthood
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    (n.) = knighthood
    Ex. This story about the life of a knight's squire gives students an opportunity to learn the steps to knighthood and the ideals of chivalry.
    * * *
    (n.) = knighthood

    Ex: This story about the life of a knight's squire gives students an opportunity to learn the steps to knighthood and the ideals of chivalry.

    * * *
    HIST order of knighthood

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  • 130 orden de comparecencia

    summons
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    (n.) = subpoena, summons, judicial summons
    Ex. The subpoena process represents a legal obligation and duty of citinzenry and is becoming a fact of life in the operations of many libraries.
    Ex. The summons requires that the defendant file a response with the court or simply appear in person on an appointed day.
    Ex. The three have been jailed for more than two weeks while a fourth journalist went into hiding after receiving a judicial summons.
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    (n.) = subpoena, summons, judicial summons

    Ex: The subpoena process represents a legal obligation and duty of citinzenry and is becoming a fact of life in the operations of many libraries.

    Ex: The summons requires that the defendant file a response with the court or simply appear in person on an appointed day.
    Ex: The three have been jailed for more than two weeks while a fourth journalist went into hiding after receiving a judicial summons.

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  • 131 orden de detención

    arrest warrant
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    (n.) = arrest warrant, warrant for + Posesivo + arrest
    Ex. An arrest warrant, however, forced Guillermo Velarde, the union's radical leader, underground.
    Ex. Further warrants for his arrest were issued but he remained one step ahead of the police and died in Paris in 1900.
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    (n.) = arrest warrant, warrant for + Posesivo + arrest

    Ex: An arrest warrant, however, forced Guillermo Velarde, the union's radical leader, underground.

    Ex: Further warrants for his arrest were issued but he remained one step ahead of the police and died in Paris in 1900.

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  • 132 orden de precedencia

    order of precedence
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    Ex. This order of precedence -- the order in which we cite the facets -- is called the citation order.
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    Ex: This order of precedence -- the order in which we cite the facets -- is called the citation order.

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  • 133 orden de registro

    search warrant
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    Ex. School officials do not need to have a search warrant prior to searching a student, but may conduct a search on the basis of reasonable suspicion.
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    Ex: School officials do not need to have a search warrant prior to searching a student, but may conduct a search on the basis of reasonable suspicion.

    * * *
    JUR search warrant

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  • 134 orden del día

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    I II
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    (n.) = agenda
    Ex. The session on library and information services to people with disabilities addressed on agenda developed out of the feedback from various regional groups.
    * * *
    I II
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    (n.) = agenda

    Ex: The session on library and information services to people with disabilities addressed on agenda developed out of the feedback from various regional groups.

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    agenda

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  • 135 orden judicial

    f.
    court order, writ, mandate, warrant.
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    court order
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    (n.) = warrant, court order, writ
    Ex. The judge won't issue the warrant unless she has been convinced that there is probable cause for the search.
    Ex. In the absence of a court order, librarians must maintain confidentiality of user borrowing information.
    Ex. The most common modern writs are those, such as the summons, used to initiate an action.
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    (n.) = warrant, court order, writ

    Ex: The judge won't issue the warrant unless she has been convinced that there is probable cause for the search.

    Ex: In the absence of a court order, librarians must maintain confidentiality of user borrowing information.
    Ex: The most common modern writs are those, such as the summons, used to initiate an action.

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  • 136 orden público

    m.
    public order, law and order, policy of the law, public peace.
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    public order, the peace, law and order
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    public order; mantener el orden público to keep the peace; alterar el orden público to cause a breach of the peace
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    (n.) = public order
    Ex. The Public Order Act 1986 contains many of the more common public order offences such as riot, affray and threatening behaviour.
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    public order; mantener el orden público to keep the peace; alterar el orden público to cause a breach of the peace
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    Ex: The Public Order Act 1986 contains many of the more common public order offences such as riot, affray and threatening behaviour.

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  • 137 por orden de

    by order of
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    (adj.) = mandated
    Ex. Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.
    * * *
    (adj.) = mandated

    Ex: Sleepiness continues to be a significant issue among medical residents despite recently mandated reductions in resident work hours.

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  • 138 sin orden ni concierto

    any old how
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    = higgledy-piggledy, without rhyme or reason
    Ex. A decision has to be made about whether the books will be displayed higgledy-piggledy or according to a plan.
    Ex. Many disliked the movement, which was abstract and appeared to be without rhyme or reason.
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    = higgledy-piggledy, without rhyme or reason

    Ex: A decision has to be made about whether the books will be displayed higgledy-piggledy or according to a plan.

    Ex: Many disliked the movement, which was abstract and appeared to be without rhyme or reason.

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  • 139 sin problemas

    adj.
    1 without problems.
    2 trouble-free, carefree.
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    = smoothly, smooth [smoother -comp., smoothest -sup.], problem-free, trouble free [trouble-free], without a hitch, unproblematically, carefree, without difficulty, in good standing
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS can take over much of the housekeeping work necessary for a smoothly functioning library = DOBIS/LIBIS puede encargarse de la mayor parte del trabajo de gestión administrativa para que la biblioteca funcione sin problemas.
    Ex. Some librarians anxious to make the transfer from the children's to the adult department as smooth as possible, often create a 'young adults' fiction section within the children's department.
    Ex. The operational system chosen should allow problem-free transfer from one generation to another.
    Ex. It is anticipated that the replacement bindings usedwill give centuries of trouble free service.
    Ex. Should files follow the 8.3 standard or can long file names be used without a hitch?.
    Ex. In this context television and radio appear as unproblematically and meaningfully available for anyone and everyone.
    Ex. Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex. As it happened, the snowfall was moderate and all the rest of us worked all day and got home without difficulty.
    Ex. Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.
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    = smoothly, smooth [smoother -comp., smoothest -sup.], problem-free, trouble free [trouble-free], without a hitch, unproblematically, carefree, without difficulty, in good standing

    Ex: DOBIS/LIBIS can take over much of the housekeeping work necessary for a smoothly functioning library = DOBIS/LIBIS puede encargarse de la mayor parte del trabajo de gestión administrativa para que la biblioteca funcione sin problemas.

    Ex: Some librarians anxious to make the transfer from the children's to the adult department as smooth as possible, often create a 'young adults' fiction section within the children's department.
    Ex: The operational system chosen should allow problem-free transfer from one generation to another.
    Ex: It is anticipated that the replacement bindings usedwill give centuries of trouble free service.
    Ex: Should files follow the 8.3 standard or can long file names be used without a hitch?.
    Ex: In this context television and radio appear as unproblematically and meaningfully available for anyone and everyone.
    Ex: Alcohol in moderation is effective in reducing stress and may increase overall affective expression, happiness, euphoria, conviviality, & carefree feelings.
    Ex: As it happened, the snowfall was moderate and all the rest of us worked all day and got home without difficulty.
    Ex: Nominators must be paid-up members in good standing for the year of the election.

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  • 140 tener problemas con

    to have trouble with
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    (v.) = fall + foul of, run + afoul of problems, run + afoul of, fall + afoul of
    Ex. The author attempts to unravel the mystery of how Microsoft came to fall foul of the Department of Justice.
    Ex. While being a crusader against government spending, Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn has run afoul of problems in her personal finances.
    Ex. Unfortunately for them, this approach runs afoul of Iraqi tribal customs since they are, reportedly, endogamous with respect to tribe.
    Ex. As some of her prophecies came true, she fell afoul of the authorities and was arrested by the Holy Order.
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    (v.) = fall + foul of, run + afoul of problems, run + afoul of, fall + afoul of

    Ex: The author attempts to unravel the mystery of how Microsoft came to fall foul of the Department of Justice.

    Ex: While being a crusader against government spending, Congresswoman Marsha Blackburn has run afoul of problems in her personal finances.
    Ex: Unfortunately for them, this approach runs afoul of Iraqi tribal customs since they are, reportedly, endogamous with respect to tribe.
    Ex: As some of her prophecies came true, she fell afoul of the authorities and was arrested by the Holy Order.

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