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retrieval system

  • 1 CAIRS (Sistema de Recuperación de Información Asistido por Ordenador)

    Ex. CAIRS (Computer Assisted Information Retrieval System) is a suite of programs developed at the Leatherhead Food Research Association (UK) initially as an in-house system to replace the card files and printed keyword indexes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > CAIRS (Sistema de Recuperación de Información Asistido por Ordenador)

  • 2 CDS/ISIS (Sistema de Documentación Automatizado/Conjunto Integrado de Sistemas de Información)

    = CDS/ISIS (Computerised Documentation System/Integrated Set of Information Systems).
    Ex. CD/ISIS for Microcomputers or Micro-ISIS is a text-oriented microcomputer-based information storage and retrieval system developed by Unesco in 1985.

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  • 3 DOMINO

    m.
    Domino, Antoine Domino.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: dominar.
    * * *
    1 (juego) dominoes plural
    2 (fichas) set of dominoes
    3 (disfraz) domino
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=juego) dominoes pl ; (=conjunto de fichas) set of dominoes
    2) (=pieza) domino
    * * *
    masculino (pl - nós)
    a) ( juego) dominoes

    jugar or (Esp, RPl) al dominó — to play dominoes

    b) ( ficha) domino
    * * *
    = DOMINO, domino.
    Ex. This article describes the architecture and the main features of DOMINO, a multimedia information retrieval system whose data base is a collection of multimedia documents (MDs) constituted of a mixing of texts and images.
    Ex. Unlike most of their fellow workers, they have 'primitive' social interests, limited to games of cards & dominoes, & are heavy drinkers.
    ----
    * efecto dominó = knock-on effect, chain reaction.
    * efecto dominó, el = ripple effect, the, domino effect, the.
    * jugar al dominó = play + dominoes.
    * * *
    masculino (pl - nós)
    a) ( juego) dominoes

    jugar or (Esp, RPl) al dominó — to play dominoes

    b) ( ficha) domino
    * * *
    = DOMINO, domino.

    Ex: This article describes the architecture and the main features of DOMINO, a multimedia information retrieval system whose data base is a collection of multimedia documents (MDs) constituted of a mixing of texts and images.

    Ex: Unlike most of their fellow workers, they have 'primitive' social interests, limited to games of cards & dominoes, & are heavy drinkers.
    * efecto dominó = knock-on effect, chain reaction.
    * efecto dominó, el = ripple effect, the, domino effect, the.
    * jugar al dominó = play + dominoes.

    * * *
    (pl - nós)
    A
    1 (juego) dominoes
    jugar al dominó to play dominoes
    2 (ficha) domino
    B (disfraz) domino
    * * *

    Del verbo dominar: ( conjugate dominar)

    domino es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    dominó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    dominar    
    dominó
    dominar ( conjugate dominar) verbo transitivo
    a) ( controlar) ‹nación/territorio/persona to dominate;

    pasión/cólera to control;
    vehículo/caballo to control;
    dominado por la ambición/los celos ruled by ambition/consumed by jealousy


    tema/asignaturato know … very well


    verbo intransitivo [color/tendencia] to predominate;
    [ opinión] to prevail;
    [ equipo] to dominate
    dominarse verbo pronominal [ persona] to restrain o control oneself
    dominó sustantivo masculino (pl
    ◊ - nós)


    jugar or (Esp, RPl) al dominó to play dominoes

    dominar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 (un pueblo, país) to dominate, rule
    2 (contener, controlar) to control
    3 (conocer perfectamente: un idioma) to speak very well
    (: un asunto, una actividad) to master
    4 (con la vista) to overlook
    II verbo intransitivo
    1 to dominate
    2 (un color, una característica) to stand out
    dominó sustantivo masculino dominoes pl
    ' dominó' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ficha
    - blanca
    - robar
    English:
    domino
    - domino effect
    - ripple effect
    * * *
    1. [juego] dominoes [singular];
    jugar al dominó to play dominoes
    2. [fichas] set of dominoes
    * * *
    m dominoes pl
    * * *
    dominó nm, pl - nós
    1) : domino (tile)
    2) : dominoes pl (game)
    * * *
    1. (ficha) domino
    2. (juego) dominoes

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  • 4 INFO-TEXT

    Ex. INFO-TEXT Management and Document Retrieval System is available from Henco Software Inc, Waltham, Mass., USA.
    * * *

    Ex: INFO-TEXT Management and Document Retrieval System is available from Henco Software Inc, Waltham, Mass., USA.

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  • 5 IOTA2

    2 = IOTA.
    Ex. This article describes the IOTA on-line information retrieval system, involving the use of artificial intelligence in an expert system.

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  • 6 MEDLARS (Sistema de Recuperación y Análisis de Literatura Médica)

    Ex. In common with many other databases, MEDLARS (MEDical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System) was primarily an offshoot from a printed indexing service.

    Spanish-English dictionary > MEDLARS (Sistema de Recuperación y Análisis de Literatura Médica)

  • 7 Micro-ISIS

    Ex. CD/ISIS for Microcomputers or Micro-ISIS is a text-oriented microcomputer-based information storage and retrieval system developed by Unesco in 1985.
    * * *

    Ex: CD/ISIS for Microcomputers or Micro-ISIS is a text-oriented microcomputer-based information storage and retrieval system developed by Unesco in 1985.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Micro-ISIS

  • 8 SCORPIO (Sistema de Recuperación de Contenido Temático para Procesar Información en Línea)

    = SCORPIO (Subject Content Oriented Retriever for Processing Information Online).
    Ex. SCORPIO (Subject Content Oriented Retriever for Processing Information Online) is a general purpose retrieval system designed at the Library of Congress for use with MARC databases and other files.

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  • 9 a cualquier hora del día o de la noche

    = at any hour of the day or night, at any time of the day or night
    Ex. The contributions are by some of Harvard's 135 current scholars, who have access to the library's 3.5 million volumes at any hour of the day or night, should they so wish.
    Ex. This bibliographic retrieval system permits users without previous training to search the medical literature themselves at any time of the day or night.
    * * *
    = at any hour of the day or night, at any time of the day or night

    Ex: The contributions are by some of Harvard's 135 current scholars, who have access to the library's 3.5 million volumes at any hour of the day or night, should they so wish.

    Ex: This bibliographic retrieval system permits users without previous training to search the medical literature themselves at any time of the day or night.

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  • 10 aceptable por el ordenador

    Ex. A document retrieval system may be described by 3 formal characteristics: the syntax employed to describe documents, the form of machine-processable queries it accepts as valid and the retrieval rules used to rank or retrieve documents.
    * * *

    Ex: A document retrieval system may be described by 3 formal characteristics: the syntax employed to describe documents, the form of machine-processable queries it accepts as valid and the retrieval rules used to rank or retrieve documents.

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  • 11 aerogeología cósmica

    Ex. The Scientific Research Institute of cosmic aerogeology has set up an automated information retrieval system on remote exploration.
    * * *

    Ex: The Scientific Research Institute of cosmic aerogeology has set up an automated information retrieval system on remote exploration.

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  • 12 al igual que

    like
    * * *
    = as with, like, in common with, much as, equalling that, after the fashion of, so too, similar to, much like
    Ex. As with author headings, sometimes one heading or title will be both sought and provide collocation, but on other occasions there will be a conflict between soughtness' and collocation.
    Ex. Thus PRECIS is an indexing system, which like any such system must be supported by an indexing language.
    Ex. In common with many other databases, MEDLARS (MEDical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System) was primarily an offshoot from a printed indexing service.
    Ex. More studies are needed to identify the full temporal effects of the personal computer, much as they did for television.
    Ex. Interestingly, the Jacquard loom had a resolution of 1000 silk threads to the inch, equalling that of paper.
    Ex. Invented around 1850 by two Americans, the platen jobber worked after the fashion of a bivalve shell = Inventada alrededor de 1850 por dos norteamericanos, la máquina de presión plana funcionaba del mismo modo que un bivalvo.
    Ex. Quality is important but so too is hard statistical evidence of the library's productivity.
    Ex. Similar to economic impact analysis, cost-benefit analysis provides a quantitative presentation of the returns to a community's library investment.
    Ex. Cats do not have sweat glands the way humans do, so panting is the way cats cool their bodies down, much like dogs.
    * * *
    = as with, like, in common with, much as, equalling that, after the fashion of, so too, similar to, much like

    Ex: As with author headings, sometimes one heading or title will be both sought and provide collocation, but on other occasions there will be a conflict between soughtness' and collocation.

    Ex: Thus PRECIS is an indexing system, which like any such system must be supported by an indexing language.
    Ex: In common with many other databases, MEDLARS (MEDical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System) was primarily an offshoot from a printed indexing service.
    Ex: More studies are needed to identify the full temporal effects of the personal computer, much as they did for television.
    Ex: Interestingly, the Jacquard loom had a resolution of 1000 silk threads to the inch, equalling that of paper.
    Ex: Invented around 1850 by two Americans, the platen jobber worked after the fashion of a bivalve shell = Inventada alrededor de 1850 por dos norteamericanos, la máquina de presión plana funcionaba del mismo modo que un bivalvo.
    Ex: Quality is important but so too is hard statistical evidence of the library's productivity.
    Ex: Similar to economic impact analysis, cost-benefit analysis provides a quantitative presentation of the returns to a community's library investment.
    Ex: Cats do not have sweat glands the way humans do, so panting is the way cats cool their bodies down, much like dogs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > al igual que

  • 13 almacenamiento

    m.
    1 storage (gen) & (computing).
    2 stockpile, stock, supply.
    3 storing.
    * * *
    1 (acción) storage, warehousing
    3 INFORMÁTICA storage
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM [en almacén, depósito] warehousing; (Inform) storage

    almacenamiento temporal en disco — spooling, disk spooling

    * * *
    = storage, warehousing, hoarding, archiving, storing.
    Ex. Accessibility to the documents stored in files is an important factor, so the physical storage is important.
    Ex. Perhaps university libraries are concentrating on finding low-use book storage on the campus or in cheap local warehousing premises.
    Ex. Too often, the librarian's expertise is seen as a hoarding function.
    Ex. Duplicating, archiving, and the option of computerised indexing is also discussed = También se trata de la duplicación, archivo y de la opción de indización automática.
    Ex. As the world price declines, the difference between the value of exporting and the value of storing decreases.
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    * almacenamiento de archivo = archival storage.
    * almacenamiento de datos = data storage.
    * almacenamiento de imágenes = image archiving, image storage.
    * almacenamiento de la información = information storage.
    * almacenamiento digital = digital archiving.
    * almacenamiento eléctrico = capacitance.
    * almacenamiento electrónico = electronic archiving (e-archiving).
    * almacenamiento en archivadores = cabinet storage.
    * almacenamiento en archivadores giratorios = rotary storage.
    * almacenamiento en armarios = cabinet storage.
    * almacenamiento masivo = mass storage.
    * almacenamiento óptico = optical storage.
    * almacenamiento secundario = secondary storage.
    * almacenamiento y recuperación de la información = storage and retrieval, information storage and retrieval (ISR).
    * almacenamiento y recuperación automatizada de la información = computerised information retrieval and storage.
    * bodega para el almacenamiento de la cerveza = beer cellar.
    * capacidad de almacenamiento = storage capacity.
    * condiciones de almacenamiento = storage conditions.
    * disco de almacenamiento óptico = optical storage disc.
    * dispositivo de almacenamiento = storage device.
    * dispositivo de almacenamiento de datos = store.
    * espacio de almacenamiento = storage space.
    * espacio de almacenamiento en disco = drive storage space.
    * medio de almacenamiento = storage medium.
    * medio de almacenamiento físico = physical storage media.
    * medios de almacenamiento óptico = optical storage media.
    * medios digitalizados de almacenamiento de información = digitised media.
    * memoria de almacenamiento = backing store.
    * memoria de almacenamiento óptico = optical memory.
    * optimizar el espacio de almacenamiento = maximise + storage space.
    * sistema de almacenamiento y recuperación de la información = information storage and retrieval system.
    * tecnología de almacenamiento óptico = optical storage technology.
    * * *
    = storage, warehousing, hoarding, archiving, storing.

    Ex: Accessibility to the documents stored in files is an important factor, so the physical storage is important.

    Ex: Perhaps university libraries are concentrating on finding low-use book storage on the campus or in cheap local warehousing premises.
    Ex: Too often, the librarian's expertise is seen as a hoarding function.
    Ex: Duplicating, archiving, and the option of computerised indexing is also discussed = También se trata de la duplicación, archivo y de la opción de indización automática.
    Ex: As the world price declines, the difference between the value of exporting and the value of storing decreases.
    * almacenamiento de archivo = archival storage.
    * almacenamiento de datos = data storage.
    * almacenamiento de imágenes = image archiving, image storage.
    * almacenamiento de la información = information storage.
    * almacenamiento digital = digital archiving.
    * almacenamiento eléctrico = capacitance.
    * almacenamiento electrónico = electronic archiving (e-archiving).
    * almacenamiento en archivadores = cabinet storage.
    * almacenamiento en archivadores giratorios = rotary storage.
    * almacenamiento en armarios = cabinet storage.
    * almacenamiento masivo = mass storage.
    * almacenamiento óptico = optical storage.
    * almacenamiento secundario = secondary storage.
    * almacenamiento y recuperación de la información = storage and retrieval, information storage and retrieval (ISR).
    * almacenamiento y recuperación automatizada de la información = computerised information retrieval and storage.
    * bodega para el almacenamiento de la cerveza = beer cellar.
    * capacidad de almacenamiento = storage capacity.
    * condiciones de almacenamiento = storage conditions.
    * disco de almacenamiento óptico = optical storage disc.
    * dispositivo de almacenamiento = storage device.
    * dispositivo de almacenamiento de datos = store.
    * espacio de almacenamiento = storage space.
    * espacio de almacenamiento en disco = drive storage space.
    * medio de almacenamiento = storage medium.
    * medio de almacenamiento físico = physical storage media.
    * medios de almacenamiento óptico = optical storage media.
    * medios digitalizados de almacenamiento de información = digitised media.
    * memoria de almacenamiento = backing store.
    * memoria de almacenamiento óptico = optical memory.
    * optimizar el espacio de almacenamiento = maximise + storage space.
    * sistema de almacenamiento y recuperación de la información = information storage and retrieval system.
    * tecnología de almacenamiento óptico = optical storage technology.

    * * *
    storage
    me cobraron $50 por el or de almacenamiento they charged me $50 (for) storage o for storing it
    almacenamiento de datos data storage, storage
    almacenamiento de residuos nucleares storage of nuclear waste
    hicieron un buen almacenamiento de provisiones they laid in o built up a good stock of provisions
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    almacenamiento sustantivo masculino
    storage;

    almacenamiento sustantivo masculino
    1 storage, warehousing
    2 Inform storage

    ' almacenamiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    sótano
    English:
    storage
    - storage tank
    - stowage
    - cold
    * * *
    1. [de mercancías, información] storage
    2. Informát storage
    almacenamiento masivo mass storage;
    almacenamiento permanente permanent storage;
    almacenamiento temporal temporary storage
    * * *
    m storage
    * * *
    : storage
    almacenamiento de datos: data storage
    * * *
    almacenamiento n storage

    Spanish-English dictionary > almacenamiento

  • 14 aparente

    adj.
    1 apparent (falso, supuesto).
    2 visible (visible).
    3 striking (llamativo).
    pres.subj.
    3rd person singular (él/ella/ello) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: aparentar.
    * * *
    1 apparent
    2 (conveniente) suitable
    3 (lucido) showy, smart
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=no real) apparent

    su interés es solo aparente — he just pretends to be interested, he just feigns interest

    2) (=patente) apparent
    3) * (=atractivo) attractive, smart
    * * *
    1) ( que parece real) <timidez/interés> apparent (before n)
    2) (obvio, palpable) apparent, obvious
    * * *
    = apparent, perceived, seeming.
    Ex. Menu-based information retrieval system have found favour because of their apparent simplicity.
    Ex. The arrangements should also negotiate resistance to perceived 'American dominance', erode price differentials between Europe and the US, and permit each country to support its own online services.
    Ex. It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.
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    * sin causa aparente = for no apparent reason, for apparently no reason.
    * sin motivo aparente = for no apparent reason, for apparently no reason.
    * sin razón aparente = for no apparent reason, for apparently no reason.
    * * *
    1) ( que parece real) <timidez/interés> apparent (before n)
    2) (obvio, palpable) apparent, obvious
    * * *
    = apparent, perceived, seeming.

    Ex: Menu-based information retrieval system have found favour because of their apparent simplicity.

    Ex: The arrangements should also negotiate resistance to perceived 'American dominance', erode price differentials between Europe and the US, and permit each country to support its own online services.
    Ex: It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.
    * sin causa aparente = for no apparent reason, for apparently no reason.
    * sin motivo aparente = for no apparent reason, for apparently no reason.
    * sin razón aparente = for no apparent reason, for apparently no reason.

    * * *
    A (que parece real) ‹timidez/interés› apparent ( before n)
    su amabilidad era sólo aparente his kindness was all show
    la aparente victoria se tornó en derrota what had seemed like victory turned into defeat
    el motivo aparente del crimen the apparent motive for the crime
    B (obvio, palpable) apparent, obvious
    sin motivo aparente for no apparent o obvious reason
    C
    (vistoso, elegante): el vestido es muy barato pero es muy aparente the dress is very cheap but it looks really good
    un restaurante aparente a stylish o chic o ( BrE) smart restaurant
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    Del verbo aparentar: ( conjugate aparentar)

    aparenté es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

    aparente es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

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

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    aparentar    
    aparente
    aparentar ( conjugate aparentar) verbo transitivo
    a) ( fingir) ‹indiferencia/interés to feign;


    b) ( parecer):


    verbo intransitivo


    b) [regalo/joya] to look impressive

    aparente adjetivo
    1 ( que parece real) ‹timidez/interés apparent ( before n);

    2 (obvio, palpable) apparent, obvious
    aparentar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 (fingir) to affect
    2 (representar, parecer) to look: no aparenta los años que tiene, she doesn't look her age
    II vi (presumir) to show off
    aparente adjetivo
    1 apparent, obvious
    sin motivo aparente, for no apparent reason
    2 fam (adecuado, bonito) suitable
    ' aparente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    coraza
    - virtual
    - superficie
    English:
    apparent
    - ostensible
    - outward
    - reputed
    - seeming
    - hidden
    * * *
    1. [falso, supuesto] apparent;
    con su aparente simpatía se ganó el aprecio del jefe he won the boss over with his apparent friendliness;
    ganaron con aparente facilidad they won with apparent ease
    2. [visible] visible;
    las huelgas son una manifestación aparente del descontento social the strikes are a visible sign of social unrest;
    se rompió sin causa aparente it broke for no apparent reason
    3. [vistoso] elegant, smart;
    es un vestido muy aparente it's a very elegant dress
    * * *
    adj
    1 ( evidente) apparent
    2 L.Am. ( fingido) feigned
    * * *
    1) : apparent
    2) : showy, striking
    * * *
    aparente adj apparent

    Spanish-English dictionary > aparente

  • 15 año de trabajo

    (n.) = man year
    Ex. For example, a competent, robust, efficient free text storage and retrieval system represents at least five man years of programming work.
    * * *
    (n.) = man year

    Ex: For example, a competent, robust, efficient free text storage and retrieval system represents at least five man years of programming work.

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  • 16 bombardero

    adj.
    bombing, bomber.
    m.
    bomber.
    * * *
    1 bomber
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    1.
    2.
    SM (Aer) bomber
    * * *
    masculino bomber
    * * *
    = bomber.
    Nota: La "b" no se pronuncia (ni en climber o plumber).
    Ex. To those of you who think the goal of having a national library system is unwinnable or that the costs are still too great, I must ask, 'Is the cost of a national, online bibliographic retrieval system greater than the construction of a bomber?.
    * * *
    masculino bomber
    * * *
    Nota: La "b" no se pronuncia (ni en climber o plumber).

    Ex: To those of you who think the goal of having a national library system is unwinnable or that the costs are still too great, I must ask, 'Is the cost of a national, online bibliographic retrieval system greater than the construction of a bomber?.

    * * *
    bomber
    Compuesto:
    stealth bomber
    * * *

    bombardero sustantivo masculino
    bomber
    bombardero m Av bomber
    ' bombardero' also found in these entries:
    English:
    bomber
    * * *
    [avión] bomber bombardero invisible stealth bomber
    * * *
    m bomber
    * * *
    : bomber (airplane)
    * * *
    bombardero n bomber

    Spanish-English dictionary > bombardero

  • 17 básico

    adj.
    1 basic, staple, fundamental.
    2 basic, alkaline.
    3 basic, basal, core, hard-core.
    4 basic, elemental, fundamental, first-step.
    5 prime, preferential.
    Prime rate Tasa prime, tasa básica o tasa preferencial de interés bancario.
    6 basic, easy, simple.
    * * *
    1 (gen) basic
    2 (imprescindible) essential, indispensable
    * * *
    (f. - básica)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ basic
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo
    1)
    a) (fundamental, esencial) basic
    b) <conocimientos/vocabulario> basic; < requisito> essential, fundamental
    2) (Quím) basic
    * * *
    = bare [barer -comp., barest -sup.], basic, brick and frame, core, fundamental, rudimentary, underlying, baseline [base line], primitive, bread and butter, elemental, staple, rock-bottom, basal, no-frills.
    Ex. Those are just the bare beginnings.
    Ex. The author catalogue can be regarded as a basic record of stock.
    Ex. He went on to explain that while there were no unsightly slums, there was a fairly large district of rather nondescript homes intermingled with plain two- and three-family brick and frame dwellings, principally in the eastern reaches of the city.
    Ex. The core function of such a service was seen as giving information and advice, but other services might be added.
    Ex. A fundamental theoretical rule of subject indexing is that each heading should be co-extensive with the subject of the document, that is, the label and the information or documents found under that label should match.
    Ex. These are the rudimentary elements of an information retrieval system.
    Ex. One of the functions which I have not specified is that the underlying ideology represented by the AACR aims first at fixing a location for an author and then for a work.
    Ex. This article describes the development of the first baseline inventory of information resources at the U.S.
    Ex. There should be some arrangement for selling books, preferably through a school's own bookshop, no matter how primitive this is.
    Ex. The bread and butter business of public libraries, especially branch libraries, is the lending of fiction.
    Ex. The great storyteller, FC Sayers, having advised the beginner to 'steep himself in folklore until the elemental themes are part of himself,' explains how best to get command of a tale.
    Ex. UK libraries and the BBC Continuing Education have the same staple customer group.
    Ex. The rock-bottom element seems to be the confidence in facing life.
    Ex. Basal textbooks, despite their well-publicized limitations in comparison with other media, remain the keystone of US school publishing.
    Ex. This is a good guide for independent travellers looking for cheap, no-frills intercity transport around the country.
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    * algo básico = necessity.
    * alimento básico = staple food.
    * artículos básicos = basic provisions.
    * aspectos básicos = nuts and bolts.
    * concepto básico = concrete.
    * con conocimiento básico en el manejo de la información = information literate [information-literate].
    * con conocimiento básico en el uso de la biblioteca = library literate [library-literate].
    * conocimiento básico = working familiarity.
    * conocimiento básicos de informática = computer literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos = literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos en tecnología = technical literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos sobre el uso de las bibliotecas = library skills.
    * de atención básica = preattentive.
    * de construcción básica = brick and frame.
    * derecho básico = natural right, basic right.
    * en el nivel básico = at grass roots level.
    * en su forma más básica = at its most basic.
    * estructura básica = skeleton.
    * formación básica en tecnología = technical literacy.
    * guía básica = laymen's guide.
    * impulso básico = primitive urge.
    * información básica = background note.
    * lo básico = essential, the, nuts and bolts, bare necessities, the, the lowdown (on).
    * programas básicos = basic software.
    * servicios básicos = amenities.
    * * *
    - ca adjetivo
    1)
    a) (fundamental, esencial) basic
    b) <conocimientos/vocabulario> basic; < requisito> essential, fundamental
    2) (Quím) basic
    * * *
    = bare [barer -comp., barest -sup.], basic, brick and frame, core, fundamental, rudimentary, underlying, baseline [base line], primitive, bread and butter, elemental, staple, rock-bottom, basal, no-frills.

    Ex: Those are just the bare beginnings.

    Ex: The author catalogue can be regarded as a basic record of stock.
    Ex: He went on to explain that while there were no unsightly slums, there was a fairly large district of rather nondescript homes intermingled with plain two- and three-family brick and frame dwellings, principally in the eastern reaches of the city.
    Ex: The core function of such a service was seen as giving information and advice, but other services might be added.
    Ex: A fundamental theoretical rule of subject indexing is that each heading should be co-extensive with the subject of the document, that is, the label and the information or documents found under that label should match.
    Ex: These are the rudimentary elements of an information retrieval system.
    Ex: One of the functions which I have not specified is that the underlying ideology represented by the AACR aims first at fixing a location for an author and then for a work.
    Ex: This article describes the development of the first baseline inventory of information resources at the U.S.
    Ex: There should be some arrangement for selling books, preferably through a school's own bookshop, no matter how primitive this is.
    Ex: The bread and butter business of public libraries, especially branch libraries, is the lending of fiction.
    Ex: The great storyteller, FC Sayers, having advised the beginner to 'steep himself in folklore until the elemental themes are part of himself,' explains how best to get command of a tale.
    Ex: UK libraries and the BBC Continuing Education have the same staple customer group.
    Ex: The rock-bottom element seems to be the confidence in facing life.
    Ex: Basal textbooks, despite their well-publicized limitations in comparison with other media, remain the keystone of US school publishing.
    Ex: This is a good guide for independent travellers looking for cheap, no-frills intercity transport around the country.
    * algo básico = necessity.
    * alimento básico = staple food.
    * artículos básicos = basic provisions.
    * aspectos básicos = nuts and bolts.
    * concepto básico = concrete.
    * con conocimiento básico en el manejo de la información = information literate [information-literate].
    * con conocimiento básico en el uso de la biblioteca = library literate [library-literate].
    * conocimiento básico = working familiarity.
    * conocimiento básicos de informática = computer literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos = literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos en tecnología = technical literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos sobre el uso de las bibliotecas = library skills.
    * de atención básica = preattentive.
    * de construcción básica = brick and frame.
    * derecho básico = natural right, basic right.
    * en el nivel básico = at grass roots level.
    * en su forma más básica = at its most basic.
    * estructura básica = skeleton.
    * formación básica en tecnología = technical literacy.
    * guía básica = laymen's guide.
    * impulso básico = primitive urge.
    * información básica = background note.
    * lo básico = essential, the, nuts and bolts, bare necessities, the, the lowdown (on).
    * programas básicos = basic software.
    * servicios básicos = amenities.

    * * *
    básico -ca
    A
    1 (fundamental, esencial) basic
    alimento básico staple food
    para este empleo es básico saber idiomas a knowledge of languages is essential o fundamental for this job
    2 ‹conocimientos/vocabulario/conceptos› basic
    B ( Quím) basic
    * * *

    básico
    ◊ -ca adjetivo

    a) (fundamental, esencial) basic;



    básico,-a adjetivo
    1 (esencial) basic: saber idiomas es básico para ser diplomático, knowledge of languages is essential if you want to be a diplomat
    2 Quím basic
    ' básico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    básica
    - hacer
    - elemental
    - primario
    - primero
    English:
    basic
    - bread-and-butter
    - cornerstone
    - elementary
    - essential
    - staple
    - base pay
    - basics
    - sketchy
    * * *
    básico, -a adj
    1. [fundamental] basic;
    tiene conocimientos básicos de informática she has some basic knowledge of computers;
    el arroz es su alimentación básica rice is their staple food;
    lo básico de the basics of
    2. Quím basic, alkaline
    * * *
    adj basic
    * * *
    básico, -ca adj
    fundamental: basic
    básicamente adv
    * * *
    básico adj basic

    Spanish-English dictionary > básico

  • 18 característica

    adj.&f.
    feminine of CARACTERÍSTICO.
    f.
    characteristic, aspect, feature, peculiarity.
    * * *
    1 characteristic
    * * *
    1. noun f.
    characteristic, feature, trait
    2. f., (m. - característico)
    * * *
    SF characteristic, feature
    * * *
    1) ( rasgo) feature, characteristic
    2) (Mat) characteristic
    3) (RPl) (Telec) exchange code
    * * *
    = attribute, character, characteristic, feature, peculiarity, trait, contour, distinctive feature, character trait.
    Ex. A characteristic of subdivision is an attribute or property which all concepts in a given facet have in common, and by which isolates can be grouped.
    Ex. Close attention to the role of the computer specialist reveals more of the character of reference activities.
    Ex. Of the two characteristics of indexing, exhaustivity affect two important measures of the efficiency of an information retrieval system.
    Ex. The features which contribute to UDC's suitability for detailed indexing are particularly valued in special libraries.
    Ex. For, as Panizzi saw it, 'A reader may know the work he requires; he cannot be expected to know all the peculiarities of different editions; and this information he has a right to expect from the catalogues'.
    Ex. The reasonable reader readily sees that most of these traits should be acquired and fostered early in life.
    Ex. As a result, requesters have turned to the courts to define the contours of public access in the computer age.
    Ex. The distinctive feature of the library is the dome-shaped ceiling with cross beams in stained pine.
    Ex. Personality theory based on genetics is used to trace inherited character traits in European royalty.
    ----
    * asumir una característica + Adjetivo = take on + Adjetivo + character.
    * característica común = common denominator.
    * característica de división = characteristic of division.
    * característica de la división = characteristic of division.
    * característica de la subdivisión = characteristic of subdivision.
    * característica del surco = groove characteristic.
    * característica distintiva = stock-in-trade, distinctive feature.
    * característica física = physical characteristic.
    * característica personal = personality trait, personality characteristic.
    * característica propia = trademark.
    * características = profile, face, make-up [makeup].
    * características comunes = commonness.
    * características culturales = cultural background.
    * características económicas = economic background.
    * características geográficas = geographical background.
    * características políticas = political background.
    * características religiosas = religious background.
    * características técnicas = technical specification, technical features, technical data.
    * característica técnica = spec.
    * con las características similares a las de texto = text-like.
    * describir las características de = characterise [characterize, -USA].
    * establecer características = lay down + features.
    * tener características en común = share + similarities.
    * URC (Características Uniformes de Recursos) = URC (Uniform Resource Characteristics).
    * * *
    1) ( rasgo) feature, characteristic
    2) (Mat) characteristic
    3) (RPl) (Telec) exchange code
    * * *
    = attribute, character, characteristic, feature, peculiarity, trait, contour, distinctive feature, character trait.

    Ex: A characteristic of subdivision is an attribute or property which all concepts in a given facet have in common, and by which isolates can be grouped.

    Ex: Close attention to the role of the computer specialist reveals more of the character of reference activities.
    Ex: Of the two characteristics of indexing, exhaustivity affect two important measures of the efficiency of an information retrieval system.
    Ex: The features which contribute to UDC's suitability for detailed indexing are particularly valued in special libraries.
    Ex: For, as Panizzi saw it, 'A reader may know the work he requires; he cannot be expected to know all the peculiarities of different editions; and this information he has a right to expect from the catalogues'.
    Ex: The reasonable reader readily sees that most of these traits should be acquired and fostered early in life.
    Ex: As a result, requesters have turned to the courts to define the contours of public access in the computer age.
    Ex: The distinctive feature of the library is the dome-shaped ceiling with cross beams in stained pine.
    Ex: Personality theory based on genetics is used to trace inherited character traits in European royalty.
    * asumir una característica + Adjetivo = take on + Adjetivo + character.
    * característica común = common denominator.
    * característica de división = characteristic of division.
    * característica de la división = characteristic of division.
    * característica de la subdivisión = characteristic of subdivision.
    * característica del surco = groove characteristic.
    * característica distintiva = stock-in-trade, distinctive feature.
    * característica física = physical characteristic.
    * característica personal = personality trait, personality characteristic.
    * característica propia = trademark.
    * características = profile, face, make-up [makeup].
    * características comunes = commonness.
    * características culturales = cultural background.
    * características económicas = economic background.
    * características geográficas = geographical background.
    * características políticas = political background.
    * características religiosas = religious background.
    * características técnicas = technical specification, technical features, technical data.
    * característica técnica = spec.
    * con las características similares a las de texto = text-like.
    * describir las características de = characterise [characterize, -USA].
    * establecer características = lay down + features.
    * tener características en común = share + similarities.
    * URC (Características Uniformes de Recursos) = URC (Uniform Resource Characteristics).

    * * *
    A (rasgo, peculiaridad) feature, characteristic
    B ( Mat) characteristic
    C ( RPl) ( Telec) exchange code
    * * *

     

    característica sustantivo femenino

    b) (RPl) (Telec) exchange code

    característico,-a adjetivo characteristic: eso es muy característico de Juan, that's typical of Juan
    característica sustantivo femenino characteristic
    ' característica' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acento
    - común
    - dominar
    - heredar
    - mestizaje
    - particularidad
    - presidir
    - propiedad
    - constante
    - distintivo
    - rasgo
    English:
    characteristic
    - feature
    - hooked
    - inner city
    - irony
    - peculiarity
    - quality
    - unpleasantness
    * * *
    1. [rasgo] characteristic, feature
    2. Mat characteristic
    3. Am [prefijo] area code
    * * *
    f
    1 characteristic
    2 L.Am.
    TELEC area code
    * * *
    rasgo: trait, feature, characteristic
    * * *
    característica n characteristic / feature
    ¿cuál es su característica más evidente? what is his most obvious characteristic?

    Spanish-English dictionary > característica

  • 19 casa adosada

    f.
    town house.
    * * *
    semi-detached o terraced house
    * * *
    (n.) = terrace(d) house, terrace(d) home, townhouse [town-house], semidetached house, duplex, duplex house
    Ex. A group of parents and teachers, however, established temporary school facilities in the area pending the building of a new school, 2 terrace houses being put to use for this purpose.
    Ex. A study centre has recently been developed in one of Hove's terrace homes.
    Ex. In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.
    Ex. In addition, records describing ' semi-detached' houses may also be retrieved if the retrieval system treats a hyphen as a space.
    Ex. In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.
    Ex. That system is increasingly insufficient due to more housing in the area built recently, more people living in duplex houses, and more apartment buildings.
    * * *
    semi-detached o terraced house
    * * *
    (n.) = terrace(d) house, terrace(d) home, townhouse [town-house], semidetached house, duplex, duplex house

    Ex: A group of parents and teachers, however, established temporary school facilities in the area pending the building of a new school, 2 terrace houses being put to use for this purpose.

    Ex: A study centre has recently been developed in one of Hove's terrace homes.
    Ex: In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.
    Ex: In addition, records describing ' semi-detached' houses may also be retrieved if the retrieval system treats a hyphen as a space.
    Ex: In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.
    Ex: That system is increasingly insufficient due to more housing in the area built recently, more people living in duplex houses, and more apartment buildings.

    * * *
    house sharing one or more walls with other houses

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa adosada

  • 20 chalet pareado

    (n.) = terrace(d) home, terrace(d) house, semidetached house
    Ex. A study centre has recently been developed in one of Hove's terrace homes.
    Ex. A group of parents and teachers, however, established temporary school facilities in the area pending the building of a new school, 2 terrace houses being put to use for this purpose.
    Ex. In addition, records describing ' semi-detached' houses may also be retrieved if the retrieval system treats a hyphen as a space.
    * * *
    (n.) = terrace(d) home, terrace(d) house, semidetached house

    Ex: A study centre has recently been developed in one of Hove's terrace homes.

    Ex: A group of parents and teachers, however, established temporary school facilities in the area pending the building of a new school, 2 terrace houses being put to use for this purpose.
    Ex: In addition, records describing ' semi-detached' houses may also be retrieved if the retrieval system treats a hyphen as a space.

    * * *
    semi-detached house

    Spanish-English dictionary > chalet pareado

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