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rationality

  • 1 burlarse de

    v.
    to make fun of, to flout, to laugh at, to gibe.
    Silvia burló a Ricardo Silvia tricked Richard.
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    (v.) = poke + fun at, thumb + Posesivo + nose at, make + fun of, flout, sneer at, scoff at
    Ex. He is notorious for poking fun at those who advance jaded, esoteric ideas about the importance of studying classical languages.
    Ex. America is criminalizing those who object to its military plans, and is thumbing its nose at the Geneva Convention.
    Ex. Never make fun of someone who speaks broken English -- it simply means they know another language you probably ignore.
    Ex. To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    Ex. Watching Ranald drop a rafter on his head, Marion sneered at herself that these children, this filthy hovel were all that was left to her.
    Ex. It's time to stop scoffing at those who worry about the budget deficit.
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    (v.) = poke + fun at, thumb + Posesivo + nose at, make + fun of, flout, sneer at, scoff at

    Ex: He is notorious for poking fun at those who advance jaded, esoteric ideas about the importance of studying classical languages.

    Ex: America is criminalizing those who object to its military plans, and is thumbing its nose at the Geneva Convention.
    Ex: Never make fun of someone who speaks broken English -- it simply means they know another language you probably ignore.
    Ex: To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    Ex: Watching Ranald drop a rafter on his head, Marion sneered at herself that these children, this filthy hovel were all that was left to her.
    Ex: It's time to stop scoffing at those who worry about the budget deficit.

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  • 2 creerse equivocadamente

    (v.) = lull + Nombre + into thinking
    Ex. One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
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    (v.) = lull + Nombre + into thinking

    Ex: One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.

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  • 3 dar a entender

    (v.) = give to + understand, hint, send + a clear signal that, lull + Nombre + into thinking, insinuate, intimate
    Ex. I am given to understand that the overall cooling costs in a library building such as mine are greater than the total heating costs.
    Ex. Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex. Schools that have dropped the word 'library' from their names are sending a clear signal that they want to disassociate themselves from the library profession.
    Ex. One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
    Ex. Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex. Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.
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    (v.) = give to + understand, hint, send + a clear signal that, lull + Nombre + into thinking, insinuate, intimate

    Ex: I am given to understand that the overall cooling costs in a library building such as mine are greater than the total heating costs.

    Ex: Stanley C Holliday hammers home the same message by more whimsical means hinting darkly that a sticky end at the hands of irritated colleagues awaits all librarians who fail to make adequate and accurate notes.
    Ex: Schools that have dropped the word 'library' from their names are sending a clear signal that they want to disassociate themselves from the library profession.
    Ex: One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
    Ex: Novels are modes of prediction that insinuate visions of human relations not to be found in official rules or precepts or admonitions.
    Ex: Tiff smiled a little superciliously intimating that he had a plan all figured out already.

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  • 4 desacatar

    v.
    to disobey (ley, regla).
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    1 (faltar al respeto) to show no respect towards, be disrespectful
    2 (desobedecer) to disobey, not observe, defy
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    VT [+ ley] to disobey; [+ norma] to fail to comply with; [+ persona] to be disrespectful to
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    verbo transitivo < órdenes> to disobey; < autoridad> to defy; < leyes> to defy, break
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    = flout.
    Ex. To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
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    * desacatar las costumbres = flout + convention.
    * desacatar las normas establecidas = flout + convention.
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    verbo transitivo < órdenes> to disobey; < autoridad> to defy; < leyes> to defy, break
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    Ex: To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.

    * desacatar las costumbres = flout + convention.
    * desacatar las normas establecidas = flout + convention.

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    desacatar [A1 ]
    vt
    ‹órdenes› to disobey; ‹autoridad› to defy; ‹leyes› to defy, break
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    [ley, regla, orden] to disobey; [costumbre, persona] not to respect
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    v/t orden disobey; ley, regla break

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  • 5 desobedecer

    v.
    to disobey.
    Ella atienta contra el reglamento She acts in violation of the rules.
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    Conjugation model [ AGRADECER], like link=agradecer agradecer
    1 to disobey
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    verbo transitivo/ intransitivo to disobey
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    = flout.
    Ex. To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo/ intransitivo to disobey
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    Ex: To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.

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    vt
    to disobey
    ■ desobedecer
    vi
    to disobey
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    desobedecer ( conjugate desobedecer) verbo transitivo/intransitivo
    to disobey
    desobedecer verbo transitivo to disobey: haz el favor de no desobedecer mis instrucciones, please do not disobey my instructions
    ' desobedecer' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    atenerse
    - insubordinarse
    English:
    disobey
    - flout
    - defy
    - violate
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    to disobey
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    v/t disobey
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    desobedecer {53} v
    : to disobey
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    desobedecer vb to disobey

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  • 6 hacer creer

    v.
    to lead to believe, to make believe, to let believe.
    Hizo a Maya creer la mentira He led Maya to believe the lie.
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    (v.) = lead to + believe, lull + Nombre + into thinking
    Ex. The Act was launched with a glossy advertising campaign that led claimants to believe they were entitled to larger sums of money than they in fact received.
    Ex. One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
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    (v.) = lead to + believe, lull + Nombre + into thinking

    Ex: The Act was launched with a glossy advertising campaign that led claimants to believe they were entitled to larger sums of money than they in fact received.

    Ex: One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.

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  • 7 hacer pensar

    v.
    1 to make think.
    2 to make think.
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    (v.) = provoke + thought, make to + think, lull + Nombre + into thinking, summon up + image
    Ex. This article suggests different functions of printed material and computer use as educational media to provoke thought and combat all kinds of totalitarianism.
    Ex. Then there are those children made to think themselves failures because of the hammer-blow terms like dull, backward, retarded, underprivileged, disadvantaged, handicapped, less able, slow, rejected, remedial, reluctant, disturbed.
    Ex. One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
    Ex. To most people in Britain, the phrase 'clotted cream' instantly summons up an image of teatime.
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    (v.) = provoke + thought, make to + think, lull + Nombre + into thinking, summon up + image

    Ex: This article suggests different functions of printed material and computer use as educational media to provoke thought and combat all kinds of totalitarianism.

    Ex: Then there are those children made to think themselves failures because of the hammer-blow terms like dull, backward, retarded, underprivileged, disadvantaged, handicapped, less able, slow, rejected, remedial, reluctant, disturbed.
    Ex: One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
    Ex: To most people in Britain, the phrase 'clotted cream' instantly summons up an image of teatime.

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  • 8 idea

    f.
    1 idea (concepto, ocurrencia).
    buena/mala idea good/bad idea
    hacerse una idea de algo to get an idea of something
    hacerse a la idea de que to get used to the idea that
    no tengo ni idea (de) I don't have a clue (about)
    tener idea de cómo hacer algo to know how to do something
    tener una ligera idea to have a vague idea
    idea brillante brilliant idea, brainwave
    idea fija obsession
    ser una persona de ideas fijas to be a person of fixed ideas
    2 intention.
    con la idea de with the idea o intention of
    tener idea de hacer algo to intend to do something
    a mala idea maliciously
    3 impression.
    cambiar de idea to change one's mind
    pres.indicat.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) present indicative of spanish verb: idear.
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    1 idea
    2 (noción) notion
    3 (ingenio) imagination
    \
    cambiar de idea to change one's mind
    darle ideas a alguien to put ideas in somebody's head
    hacer algo a mala idea to do something on purpose, do something deliberately
    hacerse a la idea de algo to get used to the idea of something, accept something
    llevar idea de to intend to, have the intention of
    ¡ni idea! no idea!, not a clue!
    no te puedes hacer una idea you have no idea
    no tener ni idea familiar to have no idea, not have a clue
    ser de ideas fijas to be narrow-minded, have very fixed ideas
    tener ideas de bombero to have funny ideas, have madcap ideas
    tener mala idea familiar to be a nasty piece of work
    idea fija fixed idea
    ligera idea vague idea
    mala idea evil intention
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    noun f.
    1) idea
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    SF
    1) (=concepto) idea

    tenía una idea falsa de mí — he had a false impression of me, he had the wrong idea about me

    formarse una idea de algo — to form an impression of sth

    hacerse una idea de algo — to get an idea of sth

    hacerse una idea equivocada de algn — to get a false impression of sb, get the wrong idea about sb

    preconcebido
    2) (=sugerencia) idea

    ¡qué idea! ¿por qué no vamos a Marruecos? — I've got an idea! why don't we go to Morocco?

    idea brillante, idea genial — brilliant idea, brainwave

    3) (=intención) idea, intention

    mi idea era salir temprano — I had intended to leave early, my idea o intention was to leave early

    cambiar de idea — to change one's mind

    idea fijafixed idea

    salió del país con una idea fija: no volver nunca — he left the country with one fixed idea: never to return

    ir con la idea de hacer algo — to mean to do sth

    no iba nunca con la idea de perjudicar a nadie — it was never his intention to harm anybody, he never meant to harm anybody

    tiene muy mala idea — his intentions are not good, he's a nasty piece of work *

    metérsele una idea en la cabeza a algn, cuando se le mete una idea en la cabeza no hay quien se la saque — once he gets an idea into his head no one can talk him out of it

    tener idea de hacer algo — [en el pasado] to mean to do sth; [en el futuro] to be thinking of doing sth

    tenía idea de traerme varias botellas de vodkaI meant o I was meaning to bring some bottles of vodka

    4) (=conocimiento) idea

    -¿a qué hora llega Sara? -no tengo ni idea — "what time is Sara arriving?" - "I've got no idea"

    ¡ni idea! — no idea!

    tener idea de algo — to have an idea of sth

    ¿tienes idea de la hora que es? — do you have any idea of the time?

    ¡no tienes idea de las ganas que tenía de verte! — you have no idea how much I wanted to see you!

    no tener la menor idea — not to have the faintest o the foggiest idea

    pajolero 1), remoto 3)
    5) pl ideas (=opiniones) ideas

    una persona de ideas conservadoras/liberales/radicales — a conservative/liberal/radical-minded person

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    1)
    a) ( concepto) idea

    la idea de libertadthe idea o concept of freedom

    b) (opinión, ideología) idea
    c) ( noción) idea

    darse idea para algo — (RPl fam) to be good at something

    hacerse (a) la idea de algoto get used to the idea of something

    2)
    a) ( ocurrencia) idea

    no sería buena/mala idea — it wouldn't be a good/bad idea

    idea de bombero — (Esp fam) crazy idea

    b) ( intención) intention, idea
    c) ( sugerencia) idea
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    = idea, insight, notion, perspective, point, thought, conception, rationality, inkling, perception.
    Ex. Analytical cataloguing is valuable in respect of any type of media, but many of ideas have been tested most thoroughly in the context of monographs and serials.
    Ex. The human indexer works mechanically and rapidly; he should require no insight into the document content.
    Ex. A focus conveys the key or principal notion of a concept.
    Ex. It is easy to see that users and separate pieces of literature may hold different perspectives on one subject.
    Ex. Parts of the abstract are written in the informative style, whilst those points which are of less significance are treated indicatively.
    Ex. Amongst these are numbered: some specific legal and governmental works, such as laws, decrees, treaties; works that record the collective thought of a body, for example, reports of commissions and committees; and various cartographic materials.
    Ex. Different conceptions of what subject indexing means are described.
    Ex. A model of how librarians may actually go about book selection is presented in three ways: rationality; tacit knowledge; and symbolic content.
    Ex. Her experience with many children has shown that often they can repeat sentences and read quite well without any inkling of what they are saying.
    Ex. Nevertheless, citation indexes do seek to link documents according to their content (or at least the perception of their content held by the author of the source work).
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    * acariciar la idea de = toy with + idea of, flirt with + the idea of.
    * aceptar una idea = accept + notion, deal with + concept.
    * aclarar las ideas de Uno = clarify + Posesivo + mind.
    * acoger con ahínco la idea de = seize upon + the idea of.
    * acostumbrarse a una idea = get used to + idea, deal with + concept.
    * adquirir una idea = gain + impression.
    * aferrarse a una idea = hold fast to + idea.
    * aludir a una idea = allude to + idea.
    * aportación de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming], brainstorm.
    * aportar ideas = contribute + ideas, brainstorm.
    * apoyar la idea = endorse + the idea.
    * apoyar una idea = favour + idea.
    * atraer la idea de = fancy + the idea of.
    * bombardeo de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming], brainstorm.
    * cambio de idea = change of heart, change of mind.
    * cantera de ideas = hotbed.
    * casarse con una idea = wed to + view.
    * compartir ideas = share + ideas, share + thoughts, bounce off + ideas.
    * compartir ideas con Alguien = bounce + ideas off + Nombre.
    * compartir las ideas = pool + ideas.
    * composición por confrontación de ideas = brain-writing.
    * concebir una idea = conceive + idea.
    * confrontación de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming], brainstorm.
    * confrontar ideas = brainstorm.
    * con sólo una mínima idea de = with only the sketchiest idea of.
    * contar las ideas a Alguien = run + ideas + past + Pronombre.
    * contrastar ideas = brainstorm.
    * contraste de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming].
    * contribución de ideas = input of ideas.
    * con una idea muy superficial sobre = with only a sketchy idea of.
    * corroborar una idea = substantiate + point.
    * criticar las ideas de Alguien = trample on + Posesivo + ideas.
    * dar con una idea = hit on/upon + idea.
    * dar ideas = offer + clues.
    * dar la idea = give + the impression that.
    * darle vueltas a la idea = toy with, toy with + idea of.
    * darle vueltas a la idea de = flirt with + the idea of.
    * dar una idea = give + idea, give + glimpse, provide + an understanding.
    * dar una idea de = give + a feel for, give + indication, provide + a glimpse of, give + a flavour of, be indicative of, provide + insight into, give + a picture, give + an insight into, give + an inkling of.
    * dar una idea general = put in + the picture, give + a general picture, paint + a broad picture.
    * debatir una idea = discuss + idea.
    * deducir una idea = draw + idea.
    * defender + Posesivo + idea = support + Posesivo + case.
    * defender una idea = champion + idea.
    * de ideas afines = like-minded.
    * desaprobar una idea = disapprove of + the idea of.
    * desarrollar una idea = amplify + idea.
    * descartar una idea = dismiss + idea, discount + notion.
    * difundir una idea = spread + view, spread + an idea, circulate + Posesivo + idea.
    * discutir una idea = float + concept.
    * echar por tierra una idea = crush + idea.
    * empezar a gustar la idea = warm up to + the idea.
    * entusiasmarse con la idea = warm up to + the idea.
    * erradicar falsas ideas = erase + misconceptions.
    * erradicar una falsa ide = dispel + idea.
    * escaso de ideas = short of ideas.
    * estar a favor de una idea = favour + idea.
    * estar convencido de la idea de que = be committed to the idea that.
    * estar de acuerdo con una idea = subscribe to + idea.
    * expresar ideas = express + thoughts, put over + ideas.
    * extraer una idea = draw + idea.
    * falto de ideas = short of ideas.
    * germen de una idea = germ of an idea.
    * gustar la idea de = fancy + the idea of.
    * hacer hincapié en una idea = hammer + point.
    * hacer prevaler las ideas y valores de uno mismo = assert + own ideas and values.
    * hacer realidad una idea = follow through on/with + Posesivo + idea.
    * hacerse a una idea = deal with + concept.
    * hacerse una idea = form + impression, get + an inkling.
    * hacerse una idea de = catch + glimpse, glean + indication, glean + picture, have + an inkling of.
    * hacerse una idea mejor de = glean + insights.
    * hacer valer una idea = enforce + idea.
    * idea abstracta = abstract idea.
    * idea + aparecer = idea + surface.
    * idea aproximada = rough idea.
    * idea arraigada = ingrained attitude.
    * idea brillante = bright idea.
    * idea buena = cool idea.
    * idea central = focal point.
    * idea clara = clear idea.
    * idea cultural = meme.
    * idea + dar forma = idea + shape.
    * idea de reforma = reform idea.
    * idea estrafalaria = outlandish idea.
    * idea falsa = misconception, misperception, bogus idea, illusion.
    * idea favorita = pet idea.
    * idea + forjar = idea + shape.
    * idea fundamental = keynote.
    * idea general = rough idea.
    * idea genial = brain child [brainchild].
    * idea incoherente = disjointed idea.
    * idea loca = wild thought.
    * idea nueva = fresh idea.
    * idea original = brain child [brainchild].
    * idea pensada a posteriori = afterthought.
    * idea peregrina = outlandish idea.
    * idea preconcebida = preconception.
    * idea principal = drift.
    * idea reciclada = retread [re-tread].
    * ideas = food for thought, strands of thought.
    * idea secundaria = side issue.
    * ideas políticas = politics.
    * ideas principales = significant ideas.
    * idea + surgir = idea + come up.
    * ilustrar una idea = illustrate + point.
    * inspirar ideas = spark off + ideas.
    * intercambiar ideas = compare + notes, exchange + ideas, bounce off + ideas.
    * intercambiar ideas con Alguien = bounce + ideas off + Nombre.
    * intercambio de ideas = exchange of ideas, fertilisation [fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation [cross-fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation of ideas.
    * la idea que hay detrás de = the idea behind.
    * lanzar una idea = pilot + idea.
    * machacar un idea = squash + idea.
    * mencionar una idea = bring up + idea.
    * ¡ni idea! = beats me!.
    * no captar la idea = miss + the point.
    * no estar de acuerdo con la idea de = disapprove of + the idea of.
    * no pillar la idea = miss + the point.
    * no tener idea = have + no clue, have + no idea.
    * no tener idea de = be clueless about, have + no understanding of.
    * no tener la más mínima idea sobre Algo = Negativo + have + the foggiest idea.
    * no tener ni idea sobre Algo = not know the first thing about.
    * no tener ni puta idea = not get + Posesivo + shit together.
    * no tener ni puta idea sobre Algo = not know the first thing about.
    * nueva idea = reform idea.
    * obtener una idea = get + a sense of, gain + a sense of.
    * obtener una idea de = get + a taste of.
    * ocurrirse a Alguien una idea = hit on/upon + idea.
    * ocurrírsele a Alguien una idea = think up + idea.
    * ocurrírsele la idea = come up with + idea.
    * pensar en una idea = think up + idea.
    * perpetuar una idea preconcebida = perpetuate + preconception.
    * plantear una idea = raise + idea.
    * plasmar una idea en la realidad = translate + idea into + reality.
    * poner a prueba una idea = test + idea, pilot + idea.
    * poner en práctica una idea = put + Posesivo + idea + into practice.
    * presentar una idea = make + point, put forward + idea, offer + perspective, present + idea.
    * probar una idea = test + idea.
    * profundizar en una idea = carry + argument + one step further.
    * promover una idea = promote + idea, pioneer + idea.
    * proponer una idea = advance + proposition, advance + idea, put forward + idea.
    * quitar la idea = wipe away + idea.
    * recalcar una idea = hammer + point.
    * rechazar una idea = turn + idea + down.
    * reforzar una idea = reinforce + idea, reinforce + notion, strengthen + the view.
    * refutar una idea = quarrel with + notion.
    * replantearse las ideas = rethink + Posesivo + ideas.
    * representar una idea = dramatise + idea.
    * sacar a colación una idea = bring up + idea.
    * ser la idea central de = be at the core of, be at the heart of.
    * ser partidario de una idea = favour + idea.
    * sin idea = clueless.
    * sin ideas preconcebidas = open mind.
    * sin la menor idea = clueless.
    * sopesar una idea = weigh + idea.
    * sugerir ideas = contribute + ideas, brainstorm.
    * sugerir una idea = advance + proposition, suggest + idea, float + concept.
    * suscribir una idea = subscribe to + idea.
    * tener idea = have + a clue.
    * tener una idea = gain + impression, capture + glimpse, get + a sense of, have + an inkling of, gain + a sense of, have + a clue.
    * tener una idea de = gain + idea of.
    * tormenta de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming], brainstorm.
    * una idea general = a rough guide.
    * unas cuantas ideas = a rough guide.
    * utilizar las ideas de (Alguien) = draw on/upon + Posesivo + ideas.
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    1)
    a) ( concepto) idea

    la idea de libertadthe idea o concept of freedom

    b) (opinión, ideología) idea
    c) ( noción) idea

    darse idea para algo — (RPl fam) to be good at something

    hacerse (a) la idea de algoto get used to the idea of something

    2)
    a) ( ocurrencia) idea

    no sería buena/mala idea — it wouldn't be a good/bad idea

    idea de bombero — (Esp fam) crazy idea

    b) ( intención) intention, idea
    c) ( sugerencia) idea
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    = idea, insight, notion, perspective, point, thought, conception, rationality, inkling, perception.

    Ex: Analytical cataloguing is valuable in respect of any type of media, but many of ideas have been tested most thoroughly in the context of monographs and serials.

    Ex: The human indexer works mechanically and rapidly; he should require no insight into the document content.
    Ex: A focus conveys the key or principal notion of a concept.
    Ex: It is easy to see that users and separate pieces of literature may hold different perspectives on one subject.
    Ex: Parts of the abstract are written in the informative style, whilst those points which are of less significance are treated indicatively.
    Ex: Amongst these are numbered: some specific legal and governmental works, such as laws, decrees, treaties; works that record the collective thought of a body, for example, reports of commissions and committees; and various cartographic materials.
    Ex: Different conceptions of what subject indexing means are described.
    Ex: A model of how librarians may actually go about book selection is presented in three ways: rationality; tacit knowledge; and symbolic content.
    Ex: Her experience with many children has shown that often they can repeat sentences and read quite well without any inkling of what they are saying.
    Ex: Nevertheless, citation indexes do seek to link documents according to their content (or at least the perception of their content held by the author of the source work).
    * acariciar la idea de = toy with + idea of, flirt with + the idea of.
    * aceptar una idea = accept + notion, deal with + concept.
    * aclarar las ideas de Uno = clarify + Posesivo + mind.
    * acoger con ahínco la idea de = seize upon + the idea of.
    * acostumbrarse a una idea = get used to + idea, deal with + concept.
    * adquirir una idea = gain + impression.
    * aferrarse a una idea = hold fast to + idea.
    * aludir a una idea = allude to + idea.
    * aportación de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming], brainstorm.
    * aportar ideas = contribute + ideas, brainstorm.
    * apoyar la idea = endorse + the idea.
    * apoyar una idea = favour + idea.
    * atraer la idea de = fancy + the idea of.
    * bombardeo de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming], brainstorm.
    * cambio de idea = change of heart, change of mind.
    * cantera de ideas = hotbed.
    * casarse con una idea = wed to + view.
    * compartir ideas = share + ideas, share + thoughts, bounce off + ideas.
    * compartir ideas con Alguien = bounce + ideas off + Nombre.
    * compartir las ideas = pool + ideas.
    * composición por confrontación de ideas = brain-writing.
    * concebir una idea = conceive + idea.
    * confrontación de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming], brainstorm.
    * confrontar ideas = brainstorm.
    * con sólo una mínima idea de = with only the sketchiest idea of.
    * contar las ideas a Alguien = run + ideas + past + Pronombre.
    * contrastar ideas = brainstorm.
    * contraste de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming].
    * contribución de ideas = input of ideas.
    * con una idea muy superficial sobre = with only a sketchy idea of.
    * corroborar una idea = substantiate + point.
    * criticar las ideas de Alguien = trample on + Posesivo + ideas.
    * dar con una idea = hit on/upon + idea.
    * dar ideas = offer + clues.
    * dar la idea = give + the impression that.
    * darle vueltas a la idea = toy with, toy with + idea of.
    * darle vueltas a la idea de = flirt with + the idea of.
    * dar una idea = give + idea, give + glimpse, provide + an understanding.
    * dar una idea de = give + a feel for, give + indication, provide + a glimpse of, give + a flavour of, be indicative of, provide + insight into, give + a picture, give + an insight into, give + an inkling of.
    * dar una idea general = put in + the picture, give + a general picture, paint + a broad picture.
    * debatir una idea = discuss + idea.
    * deducir una idea = draw + idea.
    * defender + Posesivo + idea = support + Posesivo + case.
    * defender una idea = champion + idea.
    * de ideas afines = like-minded.
    * desaprobar una idea = disapprove of + the idea of.
    * desarrollar una idea = amplify + idea.
    * descartar una idea = dismiss + idea, discount + notion.
    * difundir una idea = spread + view, spread + an idea, circulate + Posesivo + idea.
    * discutir una idea = float + concept.
    * echar por tierra una idea = crush + idea.
    * empezar a gustar la idea = warm up to + the idea.
    * entusiasmarse con la idea = warm up to + the idea.
    * erradicar falsas ideas = erase + misconceptions.
    * erradicar una falsa ide = dispel + idea.
    * escaso de ideas = short of ideas.
    * estar a favor de una idea = favour + idea.
    * estar convencido de la idea de que = be committed to the idea that.
    * estar de acuerdo con una idea = subscribe to + idea.
    * expresar ideas = express + thoughts, put over + ideas.
    * extraer una idea = draw + idea.
    * falto de ideas = short of ideas.
    * germen de una idea = germ of an idea.
    * gustar la idea de = fancy + the idea of.
    * hacer hincapié en una idea = hammer + point.
    * hacer prevaler las ideas y valores de uno mismo = assert + own ideas and values.
    * hacer realidad una idea = follow through on/with + Posesivo + idea.
    * hacerse a una idea = deal with + concept.
    * hacerse una idea = form + impression, get + an inkling.
    * hacerse una idea de = catch + glimpse, glean + indication, glean + picture, have + an inkling of.
    * hacerse una idea mejor de = glean + insights.
    * hacer valer una idea = enforce + idea.
    * idea abstracta = abstract idea.
    * idea + aparecer = idea + surface.
    * idea aproximada = rough idea.
    * idea arraigada = ingrained attitude.
    * idea brillante = bright idea.
    * idea buena = cool idea.
    * idea central = focal point.
    * idea clara = clear idea.
    * idea cultural = meme.
    * idea + dar forma = idea + shape.
    * idea de reforma = reform idea.
    * idea estrafalaria = outlandish idea.
    * idea falsa = misconception, misperception, bogus idea, illusion.
    * idea favorita = pet idea.
    * idea + forjar = idea + shape.
    * idea fundamental = keynote.
    * idea general = rough idea.
    * idea genial = brain child [brainchild].
    * idea incoherente = disjointed idea.
    * idea loca = wild thought.
    * idea nueva = fresh idea.
    * idea original = brain child [brainchild].
    * idea pensada a posteriori = afterthought.
    * idea peregrina = outlandish idea.
    * idea preconcebida = preconception.
    * idea principal = drift.
    * idea reciclada = retread [re-tread].
    * ideas = food for thought, strands of thought.
    * idea secundaria = side issue.
    * ideas políticas = politics.
    * ideas principales = significant ideas.
    * idea + surgir = idea + come up.
    * ilustrar una idea = illustrate + point.
    * inspirar ideas = spark off + ideas.
    * intercambiar ideas = compare + notes, exchange + ideas, bounce off + ideas.
    * intercambiar ideas con Alguien = bounce + ideas off + Nombre.
    * intercambio de ideas = exchange of ideas, fertilisation [fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation [cross-fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation of ideas.
    * la idea que hay detrás de = the idea behind.
    * lanzar una idea = pilot + idea.
    * machacar un idea = squash + idea.
    * mencionar una idea = bring up + idea.
    * ¡ni idea! = beats me!.
    * no captar la idea = miss + the point.
    * no estar de acuerdo con la idea de = disapprove of + the idea of.
    * no pillar la idea = miss + the point.
    * no tener idea = have + no clue, have + no idea.
    * no tener idea de = be clueless about, have + no understanding of.
    * no tener la más mínima idea sobre Algo = Negativo + have + the foggiest idea.
    * no tener ni idea sobre Algo = not know the first thing about.
    * no tener ni puta idea = not get + Posesivo + shit together.
    * no tener ni puta idea sobre Algo = not know the first thing about.
    * nueva idea = reform idea.
    * obtener una idea = get + a sense of, gain + a sense of.
    * obtener una idea de = get + a taste of.
    * ocurrirse a Alguien una idea = hit on/upon + idea.
    * ocurrírsele a Alguien una idea = think up + idea.
    * ocurrírsele la idea = come up with + idea.
    * pensar en una idea = think up + idea.
    * perpetuar una idea preconcebida = perpetuate + preconception.
    * plantear una idea = raise + idea.
    * plasmar una idea en la realidad = translate + idea into + reality.
    * poner a prueba una idea = test + idea, pilot + idea.
    * poner en práctica una idea = put + Posesivo + idea + into practice.
    * presentar una idea = make + point, put forward + idea, offer + perspective, present + idea.
    * probar una idea = test + idea.
    * profundizar en una idea = carry + argument + one step further.
    * promover una idea = promote + idea, pioneer + idea.
    * proponer una idea = advance + proposition, advance + idea, put forward + idea.
    * quitar la idea = wipe away + idea.
    * recalcar una idea = hammer + point.
    * rechazar una idea = turn + idea + down.
    * reforzar una idea = reinforce + idea, reinforce + notion, strengthen + the view.
    * refutar una idea = quarrel with + notion.
    * replantearse las ideas = rethink + Posesivo + ideas.
    * representar una idea = dramatise + idea.
    * sacar a colación una idea = bring up + idea.
    * ser la idea central de = be at the core of, be at the heart of.
    * ser partidario de una idea = favour + idea.
    * sin idea = clueless.
    * sin ideas preconcebidas = open mind.
    * sin la menor idea = clueless.
    * sopesar una idea = weigh + idea.
    * sugerir ideas = contribute + ideas, brainstorm.
    * sugerir una idea = advance + proposition, suggest + idea, float + concept.
    * suscribir una idea = subscribe to + idea.
    * tener idea = have + a clue.
    * tener una idea = gain + impression, capture + glimpse, get + a sense of, have + an inkling of, gain + a sense of, have + a clue.
    * tener una idea de = gain + idea of.
    * tormenta de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming], brainstorm.
    * una idea general = a rough guide.
    * unas cuantas ideas = a rough guide.
    * utilizar las ideas de (Alguien) = draw on/upon + Posesivo + ideas.

    * * *
    A
    1 (concepto) idea
    la idea de libertad the idea o concept of freedom
    la idea de un dios único the idea o notion of a single God
    2 (opinión, ideología) idea
    sus ideas políticas his political beliefs o ideas
    es de ideas bastante conservadoras she has fairly conservative ideas o views
    es un hombre de ideas fijas he has very set ideas about things
    yo no soy de la misma idea I don't agree, I don't share your opinion
    3 (noción) idea
    no tiene idea de cómo funciona he has no idea how it works
    no tenía ni idea de todo esto I had no idea about any of this
    no tengo idea no idea! o I don't have a clue
    no tenía ni la más remota idea or ( Esp fam) ni pajolera idea she didn't have the slightest idea, she didn't have the faintest o foggiest idea ( colloq)
    tenía idea de que ibas a llamar I had a feeling you'd call
    no tienes idea de lo que he sufrido you have no idea how much I've suffered
    para darse or hacerse una idea de la situación to give oneself o to get an idea of the situation
    es difícil hacerse una idea de cómo es si no lo has visto it's hard to imagine what it's like if you haven't seen it
    esto es sólo una idea del proyecto this is just a general idea of the project
    darse idea para algo ( RPl fam); to be good at sth
    se da mucha idea para cocinar she's a very good cook
    hacerse (a) la idea de algo: ya me voy haciendo (a) la idea de vivir allí I am getting used to the idea of living there now
    no se hace (a) la idea de que está muerto she can't accept the fact that he's dead
    B
    se me ocurre or tengo una idea I've got an idea
    ¡qué ideas se te ocurren! you really o sure get some funny ideas! ( colloq)
    ¡tú y tus brillantes ideas! ( iró); you and your brilliant ideas! ( iro)
    se le metió la idea en la cabeza de ir a escalar la montaña she got it into her head to go and climb the mountain
    no sería mala idea hacer las reservas hoy it wouldn't be a bad idea to make the reservations today
    ¡quítate esa idea de la cabeza! you can get that idea out of your head!
    idea de bombero ( Esp fam); crazy idea
    2 (intención) intention, idea
    no fui con esa idea I didn't go with that idea in mind o with that intention
    mi idea era terminarlo hoy my intention was to finish it today, I had intended to finish it today
    cambió de idea y tomó el tren she changed her mind and took the train
    no han abandonado la idea de ir al parque they haven't given up the idea of going to the park
    malo1 (↑ malo (1))
    ideas para el hogar ideas for the home
    escriban sus ideas en un papelito please write your suggestions o ideas on a piece of paper
    Compuesto:
    fixed idea, idée fixe
    C
    ( RPl) (manía): no lo comas con idea stop thinking about it and just eat it
    tenerle idea a algn (CS fam); to have sth against sb ( colloq), to have it in for sb ( colloq)
    tenerle idea a algo ( fam); to have a thing about sth ( colloq)
    * * *

     

    Del verbo idear: ( conjugate idear)

    idea es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente indicativo

    2ª persona singular (tú) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    idea    
    idear
    idea sustantivo femenino
    idea;
    la idea de libertad the idea o concept of freedom;

    es de ideas fijas he has very set ideas about things;
    no tiene idea de cómo funciona he has no idea how it works;
    no tengo idea I don't have a clue;
    hacerse una idea de la situación to get an idea of the situation;
    se me ocurre una idea I've got an idea;
    cambió de idea she changed her mind;
    hacerse (a) la idea de algo to get used to the idea of sth
    idea sustantivo femenino
    1 idea
    idea fija, fixed idea
    2 (representación, concepto) idea: la simple idea de volver a verle me pone nervioso, the very thought of seeing him again makes me all jittery
    (noción) idea: para que te hagas una idea..., so that you can get an idea...
    tiene muy poca idea de lo que cuesta, she has very little idea of what it costs
    3 (opinión, juicio) idea, opinion: te lo advierto, ésta no es la idea que yo tengo de la diversión, mind you, that's not my idea of fun
    tiene ideas peligrosas sobre el poder, he has dangerous ideas about power
    cambiar de idea, to change one's mind
    4 (intención) intention
    a mala idea, on purpose
    5 (proyecto, plan, ocurrencia) idea: teme que le roben la idea, she's afraid someone might steal her idea
    vino con la idea de ir a la playa, she came with the idea of going to the beach
    exclamación ¡vaya una idea!, the very idea!
    ♦ Locuciones: hacerse a la idea de, to get used to the idea of
    familiar no tener ni idea, to have no idea o not to have a clue: no tenía ni idea de que hubieras regresado, I had no idea that you were back
    (ser ignorante) no tengo ni (la más remota/puñetera) idea de fútbol, I haven't got a clue about football
    ideas de bombero, absurd ideas
    idear verbo transitivo
    1 (un invento, diseño) to devise, invent
    2 (una teoría, un plan) to think up, conceive

    ' idea' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abandono
    - acariciar
    - acierto
    - acoger
    - acogida
    - advertir
    - aferrarse
    - añadidura
    - anticipo
    - borrosa
    - borroso
    - bosquejar
    - bosquejo
    - buena
    - bueno
    - cabeza
    - cambiar
    - chifladura
    - concepto
    - confusa
    - confuso
    - convencer
    - cosa
    - decir
    - definida
    - definido
    - desechar
    - desterrar
    - dónde
    - exclusión
    - flor
    - formarse
    - fríamente
    - gestarse
    - gustar
    - hacerse
    - hoy
    - impracticable
    - inicialmente
    - intención
    - irse
    - leve
    - luminosa
    - luminoso
    - madurar
    - menor
    - mentalizarse
    - neta
    - neto
    - noción
    English:
    abandon
    - adjust
    - advance
    - afterthought
    - amusement
    - appealing
    - assumption
    - barmy
    - better
    - brainstorm
    - brainwave
    - brilliant
    - bring forward
    - bristle
    - catch
    - catch on
    - change
    - cling
    - clue
    - come up with
    - conception
    - confused
    - convey
    - crazy
    - daft
    - daring
    - dated
    - defunct
    - dismiss
    - distinct
    - downside
    - drift
    - embody
    - embrace
    - face
    - faint
    - fall in with
    - fanciful
    - fasten on to
    - flirt
    - fluid
    - foggy
    - fundamental
    - get across
    - get through
    - hit on
    - hit upon
    - idea
    - idiotic
    - illusion
    * * *
    idea nf
    1. [concepto] idea;
    la idea del bien y del mal the concept of good and evil;
    yo tenía otra idea de Estados Unidos I had a different image of the United States;
    tiene una idea peculiar de lo que es la honradez he has a funny idea of (what's meant by) honesty;
    hazte a la idea de que no va a venir you'd better start accepting that she isn't going to come;
    no conseguía hacerme a la idea de vivir sin ella I couldn't get used to the idea of living without her;
    con lo que me has dicho ya me hago una idea de cómo es la escuela from what you've told me I've got a pretty good idea of what the school is like;
    no me hago una idea de cómo debió ser I can't imagine what it must have been like
    idea fija obsession;
    ser una persona de ideas fijas to be a person of fixed ideas
    2. [ocurrencia] idea;
    una buena/mala idea a good/bad idea;
    ha sido muy buena idea escoger este restaurante it was a very good idea to choose this restaurant;
    se le ve falto de ideas en su última novela he seems short of ideas in his latest novel;
    lo que contaste me dio la idea para el guión what you said to me gave me the idea for the script;
    se me ocurre una idea, podríamos… I know what, we could…;
    ¿a quién se le habrá ocurrido la idea de apagar las luces? can you believe it, somebody's gone and turned the lights out!;
    ¡más vale que te quites esa idea de la cabeza! you can forget that idea!;
    una idea brillante o [m5] luminosa a brilliant idea, a brainwave;
    cuando se le mete una idea en la cabeza… when he gets an idea into his head…;
    Esp
    tener ideas de bombero to have wild o crazy ideas
    3. [conocimiento, nociones] idea;
    la policía no tenía ni idea de quién pudo haber cometido el crimen the police had no idea who could have committed the crime;
    no tengo ni idea I haven't got a clue;
    no tengo ni idea de física I don't know the first thing about physics;
    no tengo (ni) la menor o [m5] la más remota idea I haven't the slightest idea;
    Esp muy Fam
    no tengo ni pajolera idea I haven't the faintest Br bloody o US goddamn idea;
    Vulg
    no tengo ni puta idea I haven't got a fucking clue;
    Fam
    ¡ni idea! [como respuesta] search me!, I haven't got a clue!;
    tener idea de cómo hacer algo to know how to do sth;
    tener una ligera idea to have a vague idea;
    por la forma en que maneja las herramientas se ve que tiene idea from the way she's handling the tools, you can tell she knows what she's doing;
    ¡no tienes idea o [m5] no puedes hacerte una idea de lo duro que fue! you have no idea o you can't imagine how hard it was!
    4. [propósito] intention;
    nuestra idea es volver pronto we intend to o our intention is to return early;
    con la idea de with the idea o intention of;
    tener idea de hacer algo to intend to do sth;
    a mala idea maliciously;
    tener mala idea [ser malintencionado] to be a Br nasty o US real piece of work;
    ¡mira que tienes mala idea! that's really nasty of you!
    5. [opinión] opinion;
    mi idea de ella era totalmente errónea I had completely the wrong impression of her;
    no tengo una idea formada sobre el tema I don't have a clear opinion on the subject;
    cambiar de idea to change one's mind;
    yo soy de la idea de que mujeres y hombres deben tener los mismos derechos I'm of the opinion that men and women should have equal rights;
    somos de la misma idea we agree, we're of the same opinion
    6.
    ideas [ideología] ideas;
    mi padre es de ideas progresistas my father is a progressive o has progressive attitudes;
    fue perseguido por sus ideas he was persecuted for his beliefs o ideas
    7. CSur [manía]
    le tengo idea a su hermana I can't stand her sister;
    le tengo idea a eso that drives me nuts;
    si te vas a poner el vestido con idea, mejor ponete otra cosa if you're not sure about the dress, you'd do better to wear something else
    * * *
    f idea;
    dar (una) idea de algo give an idea of sth;
    hacerse a la idea de que … get used to the idea that …;
    no tener ni idea not have a clue
    * * *
    idea nf
    1) : idea, notion
    2) : opinion, belief
    3) propósito: intention
    * * *
    idea n idea
    ¡qué buena idea! what a good idea!
    no tengo ni idea I have no idea / I haven't got a clue

    Spanish-English dictionary > idea

  • 9 particularidad

    f.
    1 distinctive characteristic, peculiarity (rasgo).
    2 particularity, characteristic, peculiarity, property.
    * * *
    1 (gen) peculiarity
    2 (singularidad) singularity, peculiarity
    3 (detalle) detail
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=propiedad) particularity, peculiarity; (=rasgo distintivo) special feature, characteristic

    tiene la particularidad de que... — one of its special features is (that)..., it has the characteristic that...

    2) (=amistad) friendship, intimacy
    * * *
    a) ( cualidad) peculiarity
    b) ( rasgo) special feature o characteristic
    * * *
    = particularity, distinctness, singularity, exceptionalism.
    Ex. Ward's study is likely to remain a standard reference source for years to come, but trying to sort out the generalities from the particularities is a very difficult business.
    Ex. The library director and the architect cooperated to preserve the distinctness of an aging building while providing the public with up-to-the-minute services.
    Ex. To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    Ex. The strongest support for this notion of exceptionalism comes from the evanescence and mutability of electronic documents.
    * * *
    a) ( cualidad) peculiarity
    b) ( rasgo) special feature o characteristic
    * * *
    = particularity, distinctness, singularity, exceptionalism.

    Ex: Ward's study is likely to remain a standard reference source for years to come, but trying to sort out the generalities from the particularities is a very difficult business.

    Ex: The library director and the architect cooperated to preserve the distinctness of an aging building while providing the public with up-to-the-minute services.
    Ex: To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    Ex: The strongest support for this notion of exceptionalism comes from the evanescence and mutability of electronic documents.

    * * *
    1 (cualidad) peculiarity
    2 (rasgo) special feature o characteristic
    * * *

    particularidad sustantivo femenino
    1 (característica) special feature
    2 (pormenor) detail
    ' particularidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    circunstancia
    * * *
    1. [rasgo] particular feature, peculiarity;
    tiene la particularidad de funcionar con energía solar a particular feature of it is that it runs on solar energy
    2. [cualidad]
    la particularidad de su petición the unusual nature of his request
    3.
    particularidades [pormenores] details, finer points
    * * *
    f peculiarity
    * * *
    : characteristic, peculiarity

    Spanish-English dictionary > particularidad

  • 10 pasar por alto

    to ignore
    ————————
    to pass over
    * * *
    to omit, overlook
    * * *
    (v.) = bypass [by-pass], gloss over, miss, obviate, overlook, short-circuit [shortcircuit], skip over, leapfrog, pass + Nombre/Pronombre + by, flout, close + the door on, skip
    Ex. She repeatedly bypassed the catalog because she was an inveterate fiction reader and approached the A section of the fiction shelf expecting to find Sholom Aleichem under ALEICHEM.
    Ex. To some extent this worked - haphazardly perhaps, but in a cheerful atmosphere that, though he did not realize it then, glossed over the inadequacies of his approach.
    Ex. Thus the browser may miss valuable items, although some browsers will find browsing a perfectly adequate method of gauging the extent of a library collection.
    Ex. The intercalation of (41-4) after 329 obviates this function.
    Ex. This can only achieved by examining the literature of the subject area thoroughly for any isolates that might possibly have been overlooked.
    Ex. There is little modulation, whole steps of division being short-circuited and an odd assembly of terms being frequently found: e.g.: LAW see also JURY, JUDGES.
    Ex. If this is the first time you are using DOBIS/LIBIS the field for your password is empty and you should skip over it by pressing the tabulator key once again.
    Ex. India, which has had to leapfrog to Industrial Revolution, now finds itself in the midst of the Information Revolution.
    Ex. The revolution of information technology is passing many developing countries by and the information gap between haves and have-nots is widening.
    Ex. To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    Ex. Librarians cannot afford to close the door on current issues.
    Ex. The search engines skips sites with no scientific content.
    * * *
    (v.) = bypass [by-pass], gloss over, miss, obviate, overlook, short-circuit [shortcircuit], skip over, leapfrog, pass + Nombre/Pronombre + by, flout, close + the door on, skip

    Ex: She repeatedly bypassed the catalog because she was an inveterate fiction reader and approached the A section of the fiction shelf expecting to find Sholom Aleichem under ALEICHEM.

    Ex: To some extent this worked - haphazardly perhaps, but in a cheerful atmosphere that, though he did not realize it then, glossed over the inadequacies of his approach.
    Ex: Thus the browser may miss valuable items, although some browsers will find browsing a perfectly adequate method of gauging the extent of a library collection.
    Ex: The intercalation of (41-4) after 329 obviates this function.
    Ex: This can only achieved by examining the literature of the subject area thoroughly for any isolates that might possibly have been overlooked.
    Ex: There is little modulation, whole steps of division being short-circuited and an odd assembly of terms being frequently found: e.g.: LAW see also JURY, JUDGES.
    Ex: If this is the first time you are using DOBIS/LIBIS the field for your password is empty and you should skip over it by pressing the tabulator key once again.
    Ex: India, which has had to leapfrog to Industrial Revolution, now finds itself in the midst of the Information Revolution.
    Ex: The revolution of information technology is passing many developing countries by and the information gap between haves and have-nots is widening.
    Ex: To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    Ex: Librarians cannot afford to close the door on current issues.
    Ex: The search engines skips sites with no scientific content.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasar por alto

  • 11 pasarse Algo por el forro

    (v.) = flout
    Ex. To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    * * *
    (v.) = flout

    Ex: To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasarse Algo por el forro

  • 12 pensamiento

    m.
    1 thought.
    leer el pensamiento a alguien to read somebody's mind o thoughts
    2 pansy (botany).
    3 thinking, ability to think.
    * * *
    1 (idea) thought
    2 (mente) mind
    3 BOTÁNICA pansy
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=facultad) thought
    2) (=mente) mind

    acudir o venir al pensamiento de algn — to come to sb's mind

    no le pasó por el pensamiento — it never occurred to him, it never entered his mind

    3) (=cosa pensada) thought

    adivinar los pensamientos de algn — to read sb's thoughts, guess what sb is thinking

    pensamiento único — (Pol) single system of values

    4) (=propósito) idea, intention

    mi pensamiento es hacer algomy idea o intention is to do sth

    5) (Bot) pansy
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( facultad) thought
    b) ( cosa pensada) thought
    c) ( doctrina) thinking
    d) ( máxima) thought
    2) (Bot) pansy
    * * *
    = mind, thinking, thought, rationality, strands of thought.
    Ex. Titles present filing problems (particularly in the minds of users).
    Ex. Let us attempt to examine first the thinking and philosophy behind the arrangement of libraries designed in this period.
    Ex. Amongst these are numbered: some specific legal and governmental works, such as laws, decrees, treaties; works that record the collective thought of a body, for example, reports of commissions and committees; and various cartographic materials.
    Ex. A model of how librarians may actually go about book selection is presented in three ways: rationality; tacit knowledge; and symbolic content.
    Ex. By looking at the work of some cyberfeminists, the author attempts to give a clearer picture of key debates and strands of thought in cyberfeminism.
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    * adivinar el pensamiento = read + Posesivo + mind, read + Posesivo + thoughts.
    * corriente de pensamiento = trend of thought, stream of consciousness.
    * de pensamiento liberal = liberal-minded.
    * escuela de pensamiento = school of thought.
    * expresar + Posesivo + pensamientos = find + Posesivo + (own) voice, find + voice, find + a voice.
    * leer el pensamiento = read + Posesivo + mind, read + Posesivo + thoughts.
    * libertad de pensamiento = freedom of thought, freedom to think, free thought.
    * líder del pensamiento = leader of thought.
    * línea de pensamiento = line of thought.
    * método de pensamiento en voz alta = thinking aloud method.
    * pensamiento abstracto = abstract thought.
    * pensamiento analítico = analytic thinking.
    * pensamiento científico = scientific thought.
    * pensamiento creativo = creative thinking.
    * pensamiento crítico = critical thinking.
    * pensamiento deductivo = deductive thought.
    * pensamiento de grupo = groupthink.
    * pensamiento de orden superior = higher-order thinking.
    * pensamiento errante = meandering thought.
    * pensamiento errático = meandering thought.
    * pensamiento grupal = groupthink.
    * pensamiento humano = human thought.
    * pensamiento intelectual = intellectual thought.
    * pensamiento lateral = lateral thinking.
    * pensamiento liberal = liberal thought.
    * pensamiento libre = free thought.
    * pensamiento matemático = mathematical thinking.
    * pensamiento original = creative thinking.
    * pensamiento que ronda la cabeza de uno = thought + run through + Posesivo + head.
    * pensamiento racional = rational thought.
    * serie de pensamientos encadenados = chain of thoughts.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( facultad) thought
    b) ( cosa pensada) thought
    c) ( doctrina) thinking
    d) ( máxima) thought
    2) (Bot) pansy
    * * *
    = mind, thinking, thought, rationality, strands of thought.

    Ex: Titles present filing problems (particularly in the minds of users).

    Ex: Let us attempt to examine first the thinking and philosophy behind the arrangement of libraries designed in this period.
    Ex: Amongst these are numbered: some specific legal and governmental works, such as laws, decrees, treaties; works that record the collective thought of a body, for example, reports of commissions and committees; and various cartographic materials.
    Ex: A model of how librarians may actually go about book selection is presented in three ways: rationality; tacit knowledge; and symbolic content.
    Ex: By looking at the work of some cyberfeminists, the author attempts to give a clearer picture of key debates and strands of thought in cyberfeminism.
    * adivinar el pensamiento = read + Posesivo + mind, read + Posesivo + thoughts.
    * corriente de pensamiento = trend of thought, stream of consciousness.
    * de pensamiento liberal = liberal-minded.
    * escuela de pensamiento = school of thought.
    * expresar + Posesivo + pensamientos = find + Posesivo + (own) voice, find + voice, find + a voice.
    * leer el pensamiento = read + Posesivo + mind, read + Posesivo + thoughts.
    * libertad de pensamiento = freedom of thought, freedom to think, free thought.
    * líder del pensamiento = leader of thought.
    * línea de pensamiento = line of thought.
    * método de pensamiento en voz alta = thinking aloud method.
    * pensamiento abstracto = abstract thought.
    * pensamiento analítico = analytic thinking.
    * pensamiento científico = scientific thought.
    * pensamiento creativo = creative thinking.
    * pensamiento crítico = critical thinking.
    * pensamiento deductivo = deductive thought.
    * pensamiento de grupo = groupthink.
    * pensamiento de orden superior = higher-order thinking.
    * pensamiento errante = meandering thought.
    * pensamiento errático = meandering thought.
    * pensamiento grupal = groupthink.
    * pensamiento humano = human thought.
    * pensamiento intelectual = intellectual thought.
    * pensamiento lateral = lateral thinking.
    * pensamiento liberal = liberal thought.
    * pensamiento libre = free thought.
    * pensamiento matemático = mathematical thinking.
    * pensamiento original = creative thinking.
    * pensamiento que ronda la cabeza de uno = thought + run through + Posesivo + head.
    * pensamiento racional = rational thought.
    * serie de pensamientos encadenados = chain of thoughts.

    * * *
    A
    1 (facultad) thought
    2 (cosa pensada) thought
    siempre me adivina el pensamiento she always knows what I'm thinking, she can always read my mind o my thoughts
    3 (doctrina) thinking
    el pensamiento político de la época the political thinking of the time
    4 (máxima, sentencia) thought
    estas citas son pensamientos de autores célebres these quotes are the thoughts of famous writers
    Compuesto:
    lateral thinking
    B ( Bot) pansy
    * * *

     

    pensamiento sustantivo masculino
    1




    2 (Bot) pansy
    pensamiento sustantivo masculino
    1 (una idea) thought
    2 (un conjunto de ideas) thinking
    3 Bot pansy
    ♦ Locuciones: leer el pensamiento, to read sb's mind
    pasársele a uno por el pensamiento, to come to one's mind
    ' pensamiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adivinar
    - antípodas
    - asaltar
    - desterrar
    - espina
    - hilo
    - manifestar
    - vacía
    - vacío
    - abstraerse
    - agilizar
    - ánimo
    - leer
    - profundo
    - rondar
    - transmisión
    English:
    avert
    - deep
    - destructive
    - impure
    - impurity
    - pansy
    - private
    - reflection
    - run
    - thinking
    - thought
    - train
    - unvoiced
    - mind
    * * *
    1. [facultad] thought;
    [mente] mind;
    sumido en sus pensamientos deep in thought;
    no me pasó por el pensamiento it never crossed my mind;
    leer el pensamiento a alguien to read sb's mind o thoughts
    pensamiento lateral lateral thinking
    2. [idea] idea, thought;
    el pensamiento socialdemócrata social democratic thought o thinking
    Pol el pensamiento único:
    según el pensamiento único… according to the current free-market liberal-democratic consensus…
    3. [sentencia] maxim, saying
    4. [flor] pansy
    * * *
    m
    1 ( reflexión) thought
    2 BOT pansy
    * * *
    1) : thought
    2) : thinking
    3) : pansy
    * * *
    pensamiento n thought

    Spanish-English dictionary > pensamiento

  • 13 racionalidad

    f.
    rationality.
    * * *
    1 rationality
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino rationality
    * * *
    Ex. A model of how librarians may actually go about book selection is presented in three ways: rationality; tacit knowledge; and symbolic content.
    * * *
    femenino rationality
    * * *

    Ex: A model of how librarians may actually go about book selection is presented in three ways: rationality; tacit knowledge; and symbolic content.

    * * *
    rationality
    sus acciones carecen de racionalidad her actions lack rationality o are irrational
    * * *
    rationality
    * * *
    f rationality
    * * *
    : rationality

    Spanish-English dictionary > racionalidad

  • 14 saltarse Algo a la torera

    familiar to ignore something completely
    * * *
    (v.) = flout
    Ex. To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    * * *
    (v.) = flout

    Ex: To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.

    Spanish-English dictionary > saltarse Algo a la torera

  • 15 singularidad

    f.
    1 peculiarity.
    una de las singularidades de esta especie one of the special characteristics of this species
    2 uniqueness.
    3 singularity, determinateness, special nature, uniqueness.
    * * *
    1 (unicidad) singularity
    2 (excepcionalidad) strangeness, uniqueness
    3 (rareza) peculiarity
    * * *
    SF singularity, peculiarity
    * * *
    femenino ( cualidad de especial) special nature, singularity (frml); (rareza, peculiaridad) peculiarity, singularity (frml)
    * * *
    = uniqueness, distinctness, oddity, singularity, exceptionalism, distinctiveness.
    Ex. In general the very uniqueness of titles makes it less likely that they will be remembered.
    Ex. The library director and the architect cooperated to preserve the distinctness of an aging building while providing the public with up-to-the-minute services.
    Ex. A brief description of the catalogue and some of its oddities and idiosyncrasies is given.
    Ex. To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    Ex. The strongest support for this notion of exceptionalism comes from the evanescence and mutability of electronic documents.
    Ex. The necessity of organisational cohabitation does not obliterate the distinctiveness of each from the other.
    * * *
    femenino ( cualidad de especial) special nature, singularity (frml); (rareza, peculiaridad) peculiarity, singularity (frml)
    * * *
    = uniqueness, distinctness, oddity, singularity, exceptionalism, distinctiveness.

    Ex: In general the very uniqueness of titles makes it less likely that they will be remembered.

    Ex: The library director and the architect cooperated to preserve the distinctness of an aging building while providing the public with up-to-the-minute services.
    Ex: A brief description of the catalogue and some of its oddities and idiosyncrasies is given.
    Ex: To find the 'real' identity of documents, one must flout conventions of rationality including the axioms of singularity and actuality.
    Ex: The strongest support for this notion of exceptionalism comes from the evanescence and mutability of electronic documents.
    Ex: The necessity of organisational cohabitation does not obliterate the distinctiveness of each from the other.

    * * *
    1 (cualidad de especial) special nature, singularity ( frml)
    2 (rareza, peculiaridad) peculiarity, singularity ( frml)
    3 ( Fís) singularity
    * * *

    singularidad sustantivo femenino
    1 (calidad de único) singularity
    2 (rareza) peculiarity
    ' singularidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    extrañeza
    English:
    oddity
    - quaintness
    - quirk
    * * *
    1. [rareza, peculiaridad] peculiarity, oddness;
    una de las singularidades de esta especie one of the special characteristics of this species
    2. [exclusividad] uniqueness
    * * *
    f
    1 ( rareza) strangeness, fml
    singularity
    2 ( carácter único) outstanding nature
    * * *
    : uniqueness, singularity

    Spanish-English dictionary > singularidad

  • 16 una pizca de

    = a dash of, a grain of, a pinch of
    Ex. In the humanistic perspective, the concern is with potential, unique capabilities, and dignity -- with a dash of joy to add zest.
    Ex. One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
    Ex. A pinch of chloride was added.
    * * *
    = a dash of, a grain of, a pinch of

    Ex: In the humanistic perspective, the concern is with potential, unique capabilities, and dignity -- with a dash of joy to add zest.

    Ex: One is sometimes lulled into thinking that there might be a grain of rationality in his commentaries.
    Ex: A pinch of chloride was added.

    Spanish-English dictionary > una pizca de

  • 17 racionalidad

    • clear-headedness
    • clearheadedness
    • rationality

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > racionalidad

  • 18 racionalidad del objetivo

    • objective rationality

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > racionalidad del objetivo

  • 19 racionalidad limitada

    • bounded rationality

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > racionalidad limitada

  • 20 racionalidad objetiva

    • objective rationality

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > racionalidad objetiva

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