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  • 1 autoedición

    sustantivo femenino

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > autoedición

  • 2 CTM (Ciencia, Tecnología y Medicina)

    = STM (Science, Technology and Medicine).
    Ex. Our mission has not changed but the perception of the project and its on-going implementation have as other seemingly competitive research initiatives entered the STM publishing arena.

    Spanish-English dictionary > CTM (Ciencia, Tecnología y Medicina)

  • 3 Cardbox

    Ex. Cardbox, distributed by Caxton Software Publishing Company, London, is a small data base management system that simulates a stack of index cards.
    * * *

    Ex: Cardbox, distributed by Caxton Software Publishing Company, London, is a small data base management system that simulates a stack of index cards.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Cardbox

  • 4 Enseñanza Politécnica a Distancia

    Ex. This article discusses the organisation of the proposed Open Polytechnic and the contribution of the Robert Maxwell publishing empire, as well as its implications for library resources.
    * * *

    Ex: This article discusses the organisation of the proposed Open Polytechnic and the contribution of the Robert Maxwell publishing empire, as well as its implications for library resources.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Enseñanza Politécnica a Distancia

  • 5 Entra en mi salón, dijo la araña...

    = Come into my parlour, said the spider...
    Ex. The article 'Come into my parlor, said the spider: World Wide Web and the Mosaic interface' offers some perspectives on Mosaic/WWW applications in electronic publishing.
    * * *
    = Come into my parlour, said the spider...

    Ex: The article 'Come into my parlor, said the spider: World Wide Web and the Mosaic interface' offers some perspectives on Mosaic/WWW applications in electronic publishing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Entra en mi salón, dijo la araña...

  • 6 Imperio Romano, el

    = Roman Empire, the
    Ex. As the Roman Empire declined in the West the libraries also declined, as did book publishing and acquisitions.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Imperio Romano, el

  • 7 Internet

    f.
    the Internet.
    está en Internet it's on the Internet
    m.
    Internet, The Web, World Wide Web.
    * * *
    [inter'ne]
    * * *
    = Internet, the.
    Nota: El conjunto de todas las redes interconectadas que utilizan los protocolos TCP/IP y que surgieron a partir de ARPANet al final de los 60 y principios de los 70.
    Ex. Internet brings a new generation of information services that are the thin edge of the wedge of a radically transformative change in how people will access information.
    ----
    * accesible a través de Internet = web-compliant.
    * accesible por Internet = Internet-accessible.
    * aparato para usar Internet = Internet appliance.
    * aprendizaje a través de Internet = virtual learning.
    * a través de Internet = Internet-based, Web-based, Web-supported.
    * basado en Internet = Internet-based.
    * bibliografía de recursos en Internet = webliography.
    * colgar Algo en Internet = put (out) + Nombre + on the web.
    * compañía en Internet = dot-com [dot.com].
    * con conocimiento en el uso de Internet = Internet-savvy.
    * creación de réplicas en Internet = mirroring.
    * directorio de Internet = Web directory.
    * edición en Internet = Web publishing.
    * en Internet = Internet-based, Web-based, Web-supported.
    * escaparse de los beneficios de Internet = fall through + the net.
    * Explorador de Internet = Internet Explorer.
    * herramienta de uso de Internet = Internet appliance.
    * navegación por Internet = surfing.
    * navegador de Internet = Web browser.
    * navegar por Internet = surf + the Internet.
    * novato de Internet = newbie.
    * OPAC accesible a través de Internet = WebPac.
    * poner Algo en Internet = put (out) + Nombre + on the web.
    * portal de Internet = Web portal, Internet portal, web-based research guide.
    * por toda la Internet = Internet-wide.
    * principiante de Internet = newbie.
    * programa de acceso a Internet = browser software.
    * proveedor de servicios de Internet = Internet provider.
    * Proveedor de Servicios de Internet (ISP) = ISP (Internet Service Provider).
    * publicación en Internet = Web publishing.
    * reglas de cortesía en Internet = netiquette.
    * relacionado con Internet = Internet-related.
    * retransmisión vía Internet = webcast [web cast], cybercast [cyber cast].
    * tienda de compras por Internet = online store.
    * usuario de Internet = Internet neighbour, netizen.
    * vendedor por Internet = e-tailer.
    * * *
    [inter'ne]
    * * *
    = Internet, the.
    Nota: El conjunto de todas las redes interconectadas que utilizan los protocolos TCP/IP y que surgieron a partir de ARPANet al final de los 60 y principios de los 70.

    Ex: Internet brings a new generation of information services that are the thin edge of the wedge of a radically transformative change in how people will access information.

    * accesible a través de Internet = web-compliant.
    * accesible por Internet = Internet-accessible.
    * aparato para usar Internet = Internet appliance.
    * aprendizaje a través de Internet = virtual learning.
    * a través de Internet = Internet-based, Web-based, Web-supported.
    * basado en Internet = Internet-based.
    * bibliografía de recursos en Internet = webliography.
    * colgar Algo en Internet = put (out) + Nombre + on the web.
    * compañía en Internet = dot-com [dot.com].
    * con conocimiento en el uso de Internet = Internet-savvy.
    * creación de réplicas en Internet = mirroring.
    * directorio de Internet = Web directory.
    * edición en Internet = Web publishing.
    * en Internet = Internet-based, Web-based, Web-supported.
    * escaparse de los beneficios de Internet = fall through + the net.
    * Explorador de Internet = Internet Explorer.
    * herramienta de uso de Internet = Internet appliance.
    * navegación por Internet = surfing.
    * navegador de Internet = Web browser.
    * navegar por Internet = surf + the Internet.
    * novato de Internet = newbie.
    * OPAC accesible a través de Internet = WebPac.
    * poner Algo en Internet = put (out) + Nombre + on the web.
    * portal de Internet = Web portal, Internet portal, web-based research guide.
    * por toda la Internet = Internet-wide.
    * principiante de Internet = newbie.
    * programa de acceso a Internet = browser software.
    * proveedor de servicios de Internet = Internet provider.
    * Proveedor de Servicios de Internet (ISP) = ISP (Internet Service Provider).
    * publicación en Internet = Web publishing.
    * reglas de cortesía en Internet = netiquette.
    * relacionado con Internet = Internet-related.
    * retransmisión vía Internet = webcast [web cast], cybercast [cyber cast].
    * tienda de compras por Internet = online store.
    * usuario de Internet = Internet neighbour, netizen.
    * vendedor por Internet = e-tailer.

    * * *
    Internet, internet
    or
    Internet
    navegar por Internet to surf the Internet
    * * *

    Internet /inter'ne/ m (a veces f):

    Internet sustantivo femenino Inform Internet

    ' Internet' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conectar
    - navegante
    - internauta
    - ISP
    - proveedor
    - PSI
    English:
    bookmark
    - Internet
    - Internet server
    - net
    - ISP
    * * *
    Informát Internet;
    está en Internet it's on the Internet
    * * *
    f INFOR Internet;
    navegar por Internet surf the Net;
    en Internet on the Net
    * * *
    Internet n Internet

    Spanish-English dictionary > Internet

  • 8 Líbano

    m.
    Lebanon.
    * * *
    1 the Lebanon
    * * *
    SM
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. The publishing programmes of the 5 universities in Lebanon developed in distinct ways.
    * * *
    * * *

    Ex: The publishing programmes of the 5 universities in Lebanon developed in distinct ways.

    * * *
    m:
    ( Geog)
    tb el Líbano Lebanon, the Lebanon ( dated)
    * * *

    Líbano sustantivo masculino: tb


    ' Líbano' also found in these entries:
    English:
    Lebanon
    * * *
    el Líbano the Lebanon
    * * *
    m Lebanon

    Spanish-English dictionary > Líbano

  • 9 a gran escala

    = large scale [large-scale], massive, on a wide scale, high-volume, wide-scale, on a broad scale, in a big way, on a grand scale
    Ex. It is in the development of such large-scale services that problems are seen most acutely.
    Ex. When the use of all synonymous terms would result in a massive duplication of A/Z subject index entries 'see references' are employed.
    Ex. Moder technology allows us to link computers in different centres and to transmit information on a wide scale.
    Ex. Many households are still without telephone, let alone equipped with the wide-band cable needed for fast, high-volume electronic communication.
    Ex. Without the stimuli of cooperative agencies, many programmes such as wide-scale interlibrary loan would not have developed so rapidly.
    Ex. Due to advantages such as access to information on a broad scale, networking is being increasingly adopted in Latin America and in the Caribbean.
    Ex. The United Nations (UN), its various information offices and its sister agencies are shifting into electronic publishing in a big way.
    Ex. A 'toxic combination' of poverty and social injustice is killing people on a grand scale, a World Health Organisation report said Thursday.
    * * *
    = large scale [large-scale], massive, on a wide scale, high-volume, wide-scale, on a broad scale, in a big way, on a grand scale

    Ex: It is in the development of such large-scale services that problems are seen most acutely.

    Ex: When the use of all synonymous terms would result in a massive duplication of A/Z subject index entries 'see references' are employed.
    Ex: Moder technology allows us to link computers in different centres and to transmit information on a wide scale.
    Ex: Many households are still without telephone, let alone equipped with the wide-band cable needed for fast, high-volume electronic communication.
    Ex: Without the stimuli of cooperative agencies, many programmes such as wide-scale interlibrary loan would not have developed so rapidly.
    Ex: Due to advantages such as access to information on a broad scale, networking is being increasingly adopted in Latin America and in the Caribbean.
    Ex: The United Nations (UN), its various information offices and its sister agencies are shifting into electronic publishing in a big way.
    Ex: A 'toxic combination' of poverty and social injustice is killing people on a grand scale, a World Health Organisation report said Thursday.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a gran escala

  • 10 a la misma altura que

    Ex. The legal publishing market in Central and Eastern Europe is now considered by many to be in the same league as that of Western Europe.
    * * *

    Ex: The legal publishing market in Central and Eastern Europe is now considered by many to be in the same league as that of Western Europe.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a la misma altura que

  • 11 a lo grande

    on a grand scale, in a big way
    * * *
    *in style
    * * *
    = in a big way, big time, grandly, on a grand scale
    Ex. The United Nations (UN), its various information offices and its sister agencies are shifting into electronic publishing in a big way.
    Ex. They all enjoy doing their searches and find it a big time saver.
    Ex. I am convinced that China can hold this Olymipics game peacefully and grandly.
    Ex. A 'toxic combination' of poverty and social injustice is killing people on a grand scale, a World Health Organisation report said Thursday.
    * * *
    = in a big way, big time, grandly, on a grand scale

    Ex: The United Nations (UN), its various information offices and its sister agencies are shifting into electronic publishing in a big way.

    Ex: They all enjoy doing their searches and find it a big time saver.
    Ex: I am convinced that China can hold this Olymipics game peacefully and grandly.
    Ex: A 'toxic combination' of poverty and social injustice is killing people on a grand scale, a World Health Organisation report said Thursday.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a lo grande

  • 12 abocado al fracaso

    = failing, doomed
    Ex. Rejuvenation of listless, stagnant, or failing library operations is possible through renewal methods dependent on strengthening the communication function.
    Ex. Unlike in 1990 when the genre seemed doomed, it has become an increasingly robust and acceptable segment of American publishing.
    * * *
    = failing, doomed

    Ex: Rejuvenation of listless, stagnant, or failing library operations is possible through renewal methods dependent on strengthening the communication function.

    Ex: Unlike in 1990 when the genre seemed doomed, it has become an increasingly robust and acceptable segment of American publishing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abocado al fracaso

  • 13 abrir nuevos caminos

    (v.) = break + new ground, push + Nombre + into new latitudes, break + ground, blaze + trail
    Ex. In this category too there are examples of SLIS participation in ventures breaking new ground.
    Ex. She sat a long time on the couch, confused, questioning, pushing her thoughts into new latitudes.
    Ex. This framework breaks ground in integration of natural language with interactive computer graphics.
    Ex. The article ' Blazing trails in Kentucky wilderness' discusses three stages of the history of case law digest publishing in Kentucky.
    * * *
    (v.) = break + new ground, push + Nombre + into new latitudes, break + ground, blaze + trail

    Ex: In this category too there are examples of SLIS participation in ventures breaking new ground.

    Ex: She sat a long time on the couch, confused, questioning, pushing her thoughts into new latitudes.
    Ex: This framework breaks ground in integration of natural language with interactive computer graphics.
    Ex: The article ' Blazing trails in Kentucky wilderness' discusses three stages of the history of case law digest publishing in Kentucky.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abrir nuevos caminos

  • 14 aburrimiento

    m.
    1 boredom.
    2 boring thing, annoyance.
    * * *
    1 boredom
    \
    ¡menudo aburrimiento! how boring!, what a bore!
    ser un aburrimiento to be a bore
    * * *
    noun m.
    boredom, tedium
    * * *
    SM boredom, tedium

    ¡qué aburrimiento! — what a bore!

    * * *
    a) ( estado) boredom
    * * *
    = boredom, doldrums.
    Ex. However, if you take tasks 5, 6 and 7 you would be looking for somebody who is physically fit, who is numerate and literate and perhaps has a high boredom threshold.
    Ex. The article 'Publishing in Russia - the heady doldrums of change' lists inflation; piracy; bribery; and lack of organization as the main drawbacks of the new Russian publishing industry.
    * * *
    a) ( estado) boredom
    * * *
    = boredom, doldrums.

    Ex: However, if you take tasks 5, 6 and 7 you would be looking for somebody who is physically fit, who is numerate and literate and perhaps has a high boredom threshold.

    Ex: The article 'Publishing in Russia - the heady doldrums of change' lists inflation; piracy; bribery; and lack of organization as the main drawbacks of the new Russian publishing industry.

    * * *
    1 (estado) boredom
    2
    (cosa aburrida): ¡qué aburrimiento! what a bore!, what a drag! ( colloq)
    * * *

    aburrimiento sustantivo masculino


    ¡qué aburrimiento! what a bore!

    aburrimiento sustantivo masculino boredom: ¡qué aburrimiento!, what a bore!
    ' aburrimiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cansada
    - cansado
    - fastidio
    - pesadez
    - prometerse
    - quintaesencia
    - morir
    - paliza
    English:
    boredom
    - pants
    - tediousness
    - tedium
    - bore
    * * *
    boredom;
    hasta el aburrimiento to the point of boredom;
    ¡qué aburrimiento!, ¡vámonos! this is so boring!, let's leave!;
    ¡qué aburrimiento de película! what a boring film!
    * * *
    m boredom
    * * *
    : boredom, weariness
    * * *
    aburrimiento n boredom

    Spanish-English dictionary > aburrimiento

  • 15 abusivamente

    adv.
    abusively, improperly.
    * * *
    1 improperly
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. Publishers charge extortionately while paying nothing to authors and these are increasingly bypassing publishers by publishing on the Web.
    * * *

    Ex: Publishers charge extortionately while paying nothing to authors and these are increasingly bypassing publishers by publishing on the Web.

    * * *
    improperly

    Spanish-English dictionary > abusivamente

  • 16 acatamiento

    m.
    1 compliance.
    2 observance, observation, obedience, respect.
    * * *
    1 (respeto) respect
    2 (de la ley) observance
    * * *
    SM [de ley] observance (de of)
    compliance (de with) (=respeto) respect (a for)
    * * *
    masculino ( de orden) observance
    * * *
    = acquiescence, obedience.
    Ex. After decades of inertia and acquiescence, academic researchers are beginning to offer alternatives to the highly inefficient and unfair system of journal publishing in academia.
    Ex. This article reviews the prospects and limitations of several of these strategies for explaining cooperation and obedience to social norms.
    * * *
    masculino ( de orden) observance
    * * *
    = acquiescence, obedience.

    Ex: After decades of inertia and acquiescence, academic researchers are beginning to offer alternatives to the highly inefficient and unfair system of journal publishing in academia.

    Ex: This article reviews the prospects and limitations of several of these strategies for explaining cooperation and obedience to social norms.

    * * *
    (de una ley, orden): el acatamiento de las leyes compliance with the laws
    dictó una orden para su inmediato acatamiento he issued an order to be carried out o implemented immediately
    * * *

    acatamiento sustantivo masculino
    1 respect
    2 (de las normas) observance
    * * *
    compliance (de with)
    * * *
    m compliance (de with)
    * * *
    : compliance, observance

    Spanish-English dictionary > acatamiento

  • 17 acceso abierto

    Ex. Open access (OA) publishing is growing in importance, and, in parallel, the role of institutional repositories (IRs) has come to the forefront of discussion within the library community.
    * * *

    Ex: Open access (OA) publishing is growing in importance, and, in parallel, the role of institutional repositories (IRs) has come to the forefront of discussion within the library community.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acceso abierto

  • 18 aceptación pasiva

    (n.) = acquiescence
    Ex. After decades of inertia and acquiescence, academic researchers are beginning to offer alternatives to the highly inefficient and unfair system of journal publishing in academia.
    * * *

    Ex: After decades of inertia and acquiescence, academic researchers are beginning to offer alternatives to the highly inefficient and unfair system of journal publishing in academia.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aceptación pasiva

  • 19 aclamado internacionalmente

    (adj.) = internationally-hailed, internationally acclaimed
    Ex. This is an internationally-hailed premier magazine of the computing field covering both established and emerging areas of computer technology = Ésta es una revista de primera calidad aclamada internacionalmente del campo de la computación que trata tanto de áreas tradicionales como de áreas emergentes de la tecnología informática.
    Ex. Electronic publishing in library settings is a fairly new phenomenon that has grown in importance, partly due to internationally acclaimed examples in this field.
    * * *
    (adj.) = internationally-hailed, internationally acclaimed

    Ex: This is an internationally-hailed premier magazine of the computing field covering both established and emerging areas of computer technology = Ésta es una revista de primera calidad aclamada internacionalmente del campo de la computación que trata tanto de áreas tradicionales como de áreas emergentes de la tecnología informática.

    Ex: Electronic publishing in library settings is a fairly new phenomenon that has grown in importance, partly due to internationally acclaimed examples in this field.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aclamado internacionalmente

  • 20 acosar

    v.
    1 to pursue relentlessly.
    2 to harass.
    3 to besiege, to irritate, to nag, to accost.
    El policía persigue a Ricardo The policeman persecutes=harasses Richard.
    * * *
    1 to pursue, chase
    \
    acosar a preguntas to bombard with questions
    * * *
    verb
    to harass, hound
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=atosigar) to hound, harass

    ser acosado sexualmente — to suffer (from) sexual harassment, be sexually harassed

    2) (=perseguir) to pursue relentlessly; [+ animal] to urge on
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) < persona> to hound

    me acosaron con preguntasthey plagued o bombarded me with questions

    b) < presa> to hound, pursue relentlessly
    * * *
    = plague, press upon, bait, besiege, harass, bully, dog, persecute, hound, nag (at), pelt, pressurise [pressurize, -USA], importune, pester, nobble, stalk, bedevil, bear down on, harry.
    Ex. Title indexes have always been plagued by the absence of terminology control.
    Ex. For example, the latter are unlikely to engage themselves in conservation issues as these now press upon the professional consciousness of librarians.
    Ex. I guess Ms Lipow should be admired for coming into the lion's den and baiting it, but I find some of her arguments facile and superficial.
    Ex. Concurrently, libraries are besieged with greater demands from the academic community for access to and instruction in electronic information resources such as the Internet.
    Ex. I have reason to believe that my boss, the head of reference, has been sexually harassing me.
    Ex. The director returned to his paperwork, nothing in his heart but hot shame at having permitted himself to be bullied into submission by this disagreeable public official.
    Ex. The title of the article is 'Sweeping away the problems that dog the industry?'.
    Ex. Why does the ALA ignore, deny or cover up the actions of the only government in the world which persecutes people for the alleged crime of opening uncensored libraries?.
    Ex. Jefferson, like Clinton, was hounded by reports of adultery and cowardice in wartime.
    Ex. This a book that I had admired but that had nagged at me for years.
    Ex. Every day, Internet users are pelted with spam, hoaxes, urban legends, and scams - in other words, untrustworthy data.
    Ex. Shearer also made an arse of himself by perpetuating the myth of the noble English sportsman who never dives or pressurises referees.
    Ex. He was a shiftless, good-for-nothing man and his shrewish wife was constantly importuning him.
    Ex. And there are those whom I have pestered from time to time over the past four years, and who have patiently answered my importunity.
    Ex. He was the best striker I ever saw, certainly before the injuries that nobbled him twice.
    Ex. So Hutchins arranges her drawings in such a way that as your eye travels leftwards across the page you see the fox who is stalking the hen and trying to catch her.
    Ex. The article has the title 'Piracy, crooked printers, inflation bedevil Russian publishing'.
    Ex. And here was the war, implacably bearing down on us.
    Ex. They stayed there for the winter, and spent the succeeding three summers harrying the coasts of Ireland and Scotland, after which they returned to Norway.
    ----
    * acosar a Alguien con preguntas = pepper + Nombre + with questions.
    * problema + acosar = problem + dog.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) < persona> to hound

    me acosaron con preguntasthey plagued o bombarded me with questions

    b) < presa> to hound, pursue relentlessly
    * * *
    = plague, press upon, bait, besiege, harass, bully, dog, persecute, hound, nag (at), pelt, pressurise [pressurize, -USA], importune, pester, nobble, stalk, bedevil, bear down on, harry.

    Ex: Title indexes have always been plagued by the absence of terminology control.

    Ex: For example, the latter are unlikely to engage themselves in conservation issues as these now press upon the professional consciousness of librarians.
    Ex: I guess Ms Lipow should be admired for coming into the lion's den and baiting it, but I find some of her arguments facile and superficial.
    Ex: Concurrently, libraries are besieged with greater demands from the academic community for access to and instruction in electronic information resources such as the Internet.
    Ex: I have reason to believe that my boss, the head of reference, has been sexually harassing me.
    Ex: The director returned to his paperwork, nothing in his heart but hot shame at having permitted himself to be bullied into submission by this disagreeable public official.
    Ex: The title of the article is 'Sweeping away the problems that dog the industry?'.
    Ex: Why does the ALA ignore, deny or cover up the actions of the only government in the world which persecutes people for the alleged crime of opening uncensored libraries?.
    Ex: Jefferson, like Clinton, was hounded by reports of adultery and cowardice in wartime.
    Ex: This a book that I had admired but that had nagged at me for years.
    Ex: Every day, Internet users are pelted with spam, hoaxes, urban legends, and scams - in other words, untrustworthy data.
    Ex: Shearer also made an arse of himself by perpetuating the myth of the noble English sportsman who never dives or pressurises referees.
    Ex: He was a shiftless, good-for-nothing man and his shrewish wife was constantly importuning him.
    Ex: And there are those whom I have pestered from time to time over the past four years, and who have patiently answered my importunity.
    Ex: He was the best striker I ever saw, certainly before the injuries that nobbled him twice.
    Ex: So Hutchins arranges her drawings in such a way that as your eye travels leftwards across the page you see the fox who is stalking the hen and trying to catch her.
    Ex: The article has the title 'Piracy, crooked printers, inflation bedevil Russian publishing'.
    Ex: And here was the war, implacably bearing down on us.
    Ex: They stayed there for the winter, and spent the succeeding three summers harrying the coasts of Ireland and Scotland, after which they returned to Norway.
    * acosar a Alguien con preguntas = pepper + Nombre + with questions.
    * problema + acosar = problem + dog.

    * * *
    acosar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹persona› to hound
    lo acosan sus acreedores his creditors are hounding him o are after him
    un compañero que la acosaba sexualmente a colleague who was sexually harassing her
    se ven acosados por el hambre y las enfermedades they are beset by hunger and disease
    me acosaron con preguntas sobre su paradero they plagued o bombarded me with questions regarding his whereabouts
    2 ‹presa› to hound, pursue relentlessly
    * * *

     

    acosar ( conjugate acosar) verbo transitivo
    a) persona to hound;

    ( sexualmente) to harass;
    me acosaron con preguntas they plagued o bombarded me with questions


    acosar verbo transitivo
    1 to harass
    2 fig (asediar) to pester: la oposición acosó al Presidente del Gobierno con sus preguntas, the opposition pestered the Prime Minister with questions
    ' acosar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    arrinconar
    - asediar
    - hostigar
    English:
    assault
    - beset
    - harass
    - hound
    - mob
    - molest
    - persecute
    - plague
    - ply
    - stalk
    - bait
    - goad
    - harry
    - worry
    * * *
    acosar, Méx acosijar vt
    1. [perseguir] to pursue relentlessly
    2. [hostigar] to harass;
    lo acosaron a o [m5] con preguntas they fired questions at him;
    fue acosada sexualmente en el trabajo she was sexually harassed at work
    * * *
    v/t hound, pursue;
    me acosaron a preguntas they bombarded me with questions
    * * *
    acosar vt
    perseguir: to pursue, to hound, to harass

    Spanish-English dictionary > acosar

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  • publishing —    Publishing has always been an important industry in Spain, and continues to thrive and expand, benefiting from huge potential markets in the Spanish speaking regions of the world, especially Latin America, to which it sends over half its… …   Encyclopedia of contemporary Spanish culture

  • publishing — publishing; mi·cro·publishing; …   English syllables

  • publishing — [pub′lish iŋ] n. the business or profession of editing, producing, and marketing books, newspapers, magazines, printed music, and, now also, audiobooks, software, etc …   English World dictionary

  • PUBLISHING — This article is arranged according to the following outline: general publishing The Dutch Jerusalem in germany and austria in scandinavia in italy in france in czechoslovakia in yugoslavia in romania in hungary in poland in russia in spain and… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • publishing — /pub li shing/, n. the activities or business of a publisher, esp. of books or periodicals: He plans to go into publishing after college. [1375 1425; late ME (ger.); see PUBLISH, ING1] * * * Traditionally, the selection, preparation, and… …   Universalium

  • publishing — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ book, newspaper, etc. ▪ academic, scholarly ▪ medical, music, scientific, etc …   Collocations dictionary

  • publishing — pub|lish|ing [ˈpʌblıʃıŋ] n [U] the business of producing books and magazines ▪ Tony wants to get a job in publishing. ▪ a new publishing house (=publishing company) →↑desktop publishing …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • publishing — Synonyms and related words: AP, Associated Press, Fleet Street, Reuters, UPI, United Press International, airing, albertype, bandying, book, book printing, book publishing, broadcast, broadcasting, bruiting, bruiting about, chromotypography,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • publishing — [[t]pʌ̱blɪʃɪŋ[/t]] ♦♦♦ N UNCOUNT Publishing is the profession of publishing books. I had a very high powered job in publishing …   English dictionary

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