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robustly

  • 1 con vigor

    = vibrantly, robustly
    Ex. This authentically recreated village vibrantly brings to life the story of the first settlers.
    Ex. Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.
    * * *
    = vibrantly, robustly

    Ex: This authentically recreated village vibrantly brings to life the story of the first settlers.

    Ex: Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con vigor

  • 2 enérgicamente

    adv.
    energetically, assertively, actively, briskly.
    * * *
    1 (decir, hablar) forcefully, emphatically, firmly; (negar) vigorously; (rechazar) strongly
    2 (agitar) vigorously
    * * *
    ADV [condenar, defender] forcefully, vigorously; [desmentir] emphatically, vigorously; [resistir] strenuously; [actuar] boldly
    * * *
    = aggressively, emphatically, heartily, violently, forcefully, sturdily, vociferously, vigourously [vigorously, -USA], robustly, lustily.
    Ex. An alphabetical arrangement was out of the question in so aggressively international an enterprise, and they turned their minds to systematic arrangement.
    Ex. Cutter, as if anticipating the ISBD a hundred years later, took pains to explain at length and emphatically the importance of brevity and clarity in catalog entries.
    Ex. From that perspective I should like to heartily endorse Mr. Lubetzky's comments particularly with respect to main entry -- author-main entries, in particular -- and ISBD.
    Ex. I have violently disagreed with this to the Canadian Committee on Cataloging.
    Ex. Do not pull a book from the shelf by forcefully tugging the top of the spine.
    Ex. Standardization never became quite complete, especially as regards height-to-paper; the Clarendon Press sturdily retains the so-called Dutch height of 23-851 mm. to this day, and various aberrant heights may still be found in Europe.
    Ex. This article argues that the OTA report, despite its affirmation of public access to information, is unlikely to cause a redeployment of resources unless librarians argue vociferously that there is a real need for this information.
    Ex. Far from being an innocuous social institution the public library is an arena where culture has been vigorously contested.
    Ex. Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.
    Ex. France's national anthem was lustily jeered by the crowd at the opening of a France-Tunisia friendly match in Paris last night.
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    * defender enérgicamente = be vociferous about/in.
    * demandar cada vez más enérgicamente = build + pressure.
    * protestar enérgicamente = protest + forcefully.
    * reprimir enérgicamente = crack down on.
    * * *
    = aggressively, emphatically, heartily, violently, forcefully, sturdily, vociferously, vigourously [vigorously, -USA], robustly, lustily.

    Ex: An alphabetical arrangement was out of the question in so aggressively international an enterprise, and they turned their minds to systematic arrangement.

    Ex: Cutter, as if anticipating the ISBD a hundred years later, took pains to explain at length and emphatically the importance of brevity and clarity in catalog entries.
    Ex: From that perspective I should like to heartily endorse Mr. Lubetzky's comments particularly with respect to main entry -- author-main entries, in particular -- and ISBD.
    Ex: I have violently disagreed with this to the Canadian Committee on Cataloging.
    Ex: Do not pull a book from the shelf by forcefully tugging the top of the spine.
    Ex: Standardization never became quite complete, especially as regards height-to-paper; the Clarendon Press sturdily retains the so-called Dutch height of 23-851 mm. to this day, and various aberrant heights may still be found in Europe.
    Ex: This article argues that the OTA report, despite its affirmation of public access to information, is unlikely to cause a redeployment of resources unless librarians argue vociferously that there is a real need for this information.
    Ex: Far from being an innocuous social institution the public library is an arena where culture has been vigorously contested.
    Ex: Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.
    Ex: France's national anthem was lustily jeered by the crowd at the opening of a France-Tunisia friendly match in Paris last night.
    * defender enérgicamente = be vociferous about/in.
    * demandar cada vez más enérgicamente = build + pressure.
    * protestar enérgicamente = protest + forcefully.
    * reprimir enérgicamente = crack down on.

    * * *
    ‹responder› firmly, vigorously
    desmintieron enérgicamente la acusación they vigorously o strongly o strenuously o firmly denied the accusation
    rechazaron enérgicamente la propuesta they firmly o flatly rejected the proposal
    * * *
    [vigorosamente] vigorously

    Spanish-English dictionary > enérgicamente

  • 3 firmemente

    adv.
    1 firmly, strongly, unmovably.
    2 firmly, faithfully, steadily, constantly.
    3 staunchly, steadfastly (lealmente).
    4 securely, immovably, rigidly.
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    1 firmly
    * * *
    adv.
    * * *
    ADV (=con firmeza) firmly; (=bien sujeto) securely
    * * *
    = firmly, steadily, strongly, uncompromisingly, unshakably, staunchly, solidly, robustly, steadfastly, securely.
    Ex. It is, however, essential to keep the historical context of UDC firmly in mind when studying and using the scheme.
    Ex. Rather readers grow by fits and starts now rushing ahead, now lying fallow, and now moving steadily on.
    Ex. The student is strongly recommended to examine the guiding provided in any libraries to which he has access.
    Ex. For the first time the stress was uncompromisingly vertical, while the italic was intended to be a mechanically sloped roman, quite unconnected with calligraphy.
    Ex. He inspired intense lasting loyalties, but also made many enemies, being unshakably confident in his own judgement, stubborn, and racially prejudiced against Jews.
    Ex. However, even though public libraries lack adequate funding and are typically small, Costa Ricans staunchly support their continuation.
    Ex. New information studies curricula should be solidly based on principles of information management.
    Ex. Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.
    Ex. The police would like to grill her, but she steadfastly refuses to say anything.
    Ex. Each binder has a locking/releasing mechanism to allow the insertion of new entries when required yet ensure that slips remain securely in place when the catalogue is consulted.
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    * estar firmemente convencido = strongly held opinion.
    * tener los pies firmemente en el suelo = feet + be + firmly planted on the ground.
    * * *
    = firmly, steadily, strongly, uncompromisingly, unshakably, staunchly, solidly, robustly, steadfastly, securely.

    Ex: It is, however, essential to keep the historical context of UDC firmly in mind when studying and using the scheme.

    Ex: Rather readers grow by fits and starts now rushing ahead, now lying fallow, and now moving steadily on.
    Ex: The student is strongly recommended to examine the guiding provided in any libraries to which he has access.
    Ex: For the first time the stress was uncompromisingly vertical, while the italic was intended to be a mechanically sloped roman, quite unconnected with calligraphy.
    Ex: He inspired intense lasting loyalties, but also made many enemies, being unshakably confident in his own judgement, stubborn, and racially prejudiced against Jews.
    Ex: However, even though public libraries lack adequate funding and are typically small, Costa Ricans staunchly support their continuation.
    Ex: New information studies curricula should be solidly based on principles of information management.
    Ex: Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.
    Ex: The police would like to grill her, but she steadfastly refuses to say anything.
    Ex: Each binder has a locking/releasing mechanism to allow the insertion of new entries when required yet ensure that slips remain securely in place when the catalogue is consulted.
    * estar firmemente convencido = strongly held opinion.
    * tener los pies firmemente en el suelo = feet + be + firmly planted on the ground.

    * * *
    firmly
    * * *

    firmemente adverbio firmly
    ' firmemente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    coja
    - cojo
    English:
    fast
    - firmly
    - lash down
    - securely
    - steadfastly
    - clasp
    - clutch
    - solidly
    * * *
    firmly;
    me aseguró firmemente que vendría he assured me he would definitely be coming
    * * *
    : firmly
    * * *
    firmemente adv firmly / securely

    Spanish-English dictionary > firmemente

  • 4 maquinaria pesada

    Ex. Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.
    * * *

    Ex: Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > maquinaria pesada

  • 5 productos manufacturados

    m.pl.
    manufactures, manufactured goods, manufactured products.
    * * *
    (n.) = manufacturing goods, manufactured goods
    Ex. Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.
    Ex. But books not only differ significantly from other manufactured goods; they differ between themselves.
    * * *
    (n.) = manufacturing goods, manufactured goods

    Ex: Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.

    Ex: But books not only differ significantly from other manufactured goods; they differ between themselves.

    * * *
    manufactured goods, manufactures

    Spanish-English dictionary > productos manufacturados

  • 6 robustamente

    adv.
    robustly.
    * * *
    Ex. Margins usually are not justified and the books, while sturdily bound and printed on durable paper, are not physically attractive.
    * * *

    Ex: Margins usually are not justified and the books, while sturdily bound and printed on durable paper, are not physically attractive.

    Spanish-English dictionary > robustamente

  • 7 vigor

    m.
    vigor (fuerza).
    * * *
    1 (fuerza) vigour (US vigor), strength
    2 (validez) force, effect
    \
    en vigor in force
    poner en vigor to put into effect
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=fuerza) vigour, vigor (EEUU); (=vitalidad) vitality; (=resistencia) toughness, hardiness; (=empuje) drive
    2) (=vigencia)

    en vigor[norma] in force; [tarifa, horario] valid, applicable

    entrar en vigor — to take effect, come into force

    poner en vigor — to put into effect, put into operation

    mantenerse 2)
    * * *
    a) (fuerza, energía) vigor*, energy
    b)

    en vigor: entrar en vigor to come into effect o force; estar en vigor — to be in force

    * * *
    = robustness, strength, vigour [vigor, USA], vibrance, vibrancy, verve, sinew, pizzazz, aliveness, pep.
    Ex. His face had an ashen quality, and his voice lacked its usual robustness.
    Ex. The strength of the acetone rinsing on the strength of the paper is investigated, and its efficiency in removing NM2P is also examined using gas liquid chromatography.
    Ex. Public libraries cannot be said to be pursuing this national social goal with clarity, vigour and imagination.
    Ex. Our South American Colleagues will have the opportunity of a lifetime, to experience the vibrance of the meeting of minds, as well as the forging of communities of practice across time zones, distance and linguistic barriers = Nuestros colegas sudamericanos tendrán la oportunidad de su vida de experimentar la vitalidad de este encuentro de expertos así como la creación de lazos profesionales por encima de barreras lingüísticas, de espacio y de tiempo.
    Ex. The success of the national library is related to the vibrancy of local and national publishing.
    Ex. Much of the verve and shimmer of her lyrics can be connected to the near-fatal liver abscess she suffered in 1996.
    Ex. Such sentiments provide the heart, soul, and sinew of comics.
    Ex. I wanted to show them an application which not only was database functional, but which itself had some pizzazz as a website.
    Ex. The beauty, the aliveness, the creativity, the passion that made her lovable and gave her life meaning has been effaced.
    Ex. Not a lot of pep however, so this might be the day to curl up with a really challenging book or game.
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    * con más vigor aun = with a vengeance.
    * con vigor = vibrantly, robustly.
    * dar vigor = energise [energize, -USA].
    * entrada en vigor = entry into force.
    * entrar en vigor = come into + force, come into + effect, go into + effect.
    * en vigor = in effect, in force.
    * infundir vigor = energise [energize, -USA].
    * perder vigor = run out of + steam, lose + steam.
    * puesta en vigor = enforcement.
    * * *
    a) (fuerza, energía) vigor*, energy
    b)

    en vigor: entrar en vigor to come into effect o force; estar en vigor — to be in force

    * * *
    = robustness, strength, vigour [vigor, USA], vibrance, vibrancy, verve, sinew, pizzazz, aliveness, pep.

    Ex: His face had an ashen quality, and his voice lacked its usual robustness.

    Ex: The strength of the acetone rinsing on the strength of the paper is investigated, and its efficiency in removing NM2P is also examined using gas liquid chromatography.
    Ex: Public libraries cannot be said to be pursuing this national social goal with clarity, vigour and imagination.
    Ex: Our South American Colleagues will have the opportunity of a lifetime, to experience the vibrance of the meeting of minds, as well as the forging of communities of practice across time zones, distance and linguistic barriers = Nuestros colegas sudamericanos tendrán la oportunidad de su vida de experimentar la vitalidad de este encuentro de expertos así como la creación de lazos profesionales por encima de barreras lingüísticas, de espacio y de tiempo.
    Ex: The success of the national library is related to the vibrancy of local and national publishing.
    Ex: Much of the verve and shimmer of her lyrics can be connected to the near-fatal liver abscess she suffered in 1996.
    Ex: Such sentiments provide the heart, soul, and sinew of comics.
    Ex: I wanted to show them an application which not only was database functional, but which itself had some pizzazz as a website.
    Ex: The beauty, the aliveness, the creativity, the passion that made her lovable and gave her life meaning has been effaced.
    Ex: Not a lot of pep however, so this might be the day to curl up with a really challenging book or game.
    * con más vigor aun = with a vengeance.
    * con vigor = vibrantly, robustly.
    * dar vigor = energise [energize, -USA].
    * entrada en vigor = entry into force.
    * entrar en vigor = come into + force, come into + effect, go into + effect.
    * en vigor = in effect, in force.
    * infundir vigor = energise [energize, -USA].
    * perder vigor = run out of + steam, lose + steam.
    * puesta en vigor = enforcement.

    * * *
    1 (fuerza, energía) vigor*, energy
    con un vigor renovado with renewed vigor o energy
    defendió su postura con vigor she defended her stance vigorously
    para restablecer su vigor to revitalize them
    2
    en vigor: hoy entran en vigor las nuevas disposiciones the new provisions come into effect o force today
    estas tarifas están en vigor de lunes a viernes these prices are applicable o valid from Monday to Friday
    después de la entrada en vigor del acuerdo after the agreement came into effect o force
    * * *

     

    vigor sustantivo masculino
    a) (fuerza, energía) vigor( conjugate vigor), energy;


    b)

    en vigor estar in force;

    entrar en vigor to come into effect o force
    vigor sustantivo masculino
    1 (fortaleza) vigour, US vigor, energy
    2 (una ley, decreto) entrar en vigor, to come into force o effect
    ' vigor' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    fuerza
    - nervio
    - energía
    - entrada
    - ímpetu
    - pujanza
    - temperamento
    English:
    drive
    - effect
    - force
    - operative
    - vigor
    - vigorously
    - vigour
    - punch
    - spirit
    - zip
    * * *
    vigor nm
    1. [fuerza] vigour
    2. [vigencia]
    en vigor [ley, reglamento] in force;
    [contrato, tarifa] current;
    el acuerdo en vigor the agreement in force, the current agreement;
    el contrato/la tarifa ya no está en vigor the contract is no longer valid/the rate is no longer valid o applicable;
    entrar en vigor to come into force, to take effect;
    con la entrada en vigor de la nueva normativa, la situación va a cambiar when the new regulations come into force o take effect, the situation will change
    * * *
    m vigor, Br
    vigour;
    en vigor in force;
    estar en vigor be in effect;
    entrar/poner en vigor come/put into effect
    * * *
    vigor nm
    1) : vigor, energy, strength
    2) vigencia: force, effect
    * * *
    vigor n vigour / energy

    Spanish-English dictionary > vigor

  • 8 vigorosamente

    adv.
    vigorously, lustily.
    * * *
    1 vigorously
    * * *
    ADV (gen) vigorously; (=con fuerza) strongly, forcefully; (=con dificultad) strenuously
    * * *
    = actively, sturdily, vigourously [vigorously, -USA], robustly, strongly, forcefully, lustily.
    Ex. In addition to continuing and advancing programs begun prior to his directorship, Mr. Welsh has actively supported current efforts toward Universal Bibliographical Control.
    Ex. Standardization never became quite complete, especially as regards height-to-paper; the Clarendon Press sturdily retains the so-called Dutch height of 23-851 mm. to this day, and various aberrant heights may still be found in Europe.
    Ex. Far from being an innocuous social institution the public library is an arena where culture has been vigorously contested.
    Ex. Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.
    Ex. The student is strongly recommended to examine the guiding provided in any libraries to which he has access.
    Ex. Do not pull a book from the shelf by forcefully tugging the top of the spine.
    Ex. France's national anthem was lustily jeered by the crowd at the opening of a France-Tunisia friendly match in Paris last night.
    * * *
    = actively, sturdily, vigourously [vigorously, -USA], robustly, strongly, forcefully, lustily.

    Ex: In addition to continuing and advancing programs begun prior to his directorship, Mr. Welsh has actively supported current efforts toward Universal Bibliographical Control.

    Ex: Standardization never became quite complete, especially as regards height-to-paper; the Clarendon Press sturdily retains the so-called Dutch height of 23-851 mm. to this day, and various aberrant heights may still be found in Europe.
    Ex: Far from being an innocuous social institution the public library is an arena where culture has been vigorously contested.
    Ex: Exports of manufacturing goods to former communist countries have declined sharply, but exports to the European Community across an array of goods -- including heavy machinery -- have grown robustly.
    Ex: The student is strongly recommended to examine the guiding provided in any libraries to which he has access.
    Ex: Do not pull a book from the shelf by forcefully tugging the top of the spine.
    Ex: France's national anthem was lustily jeered by the crowd at the opening of a France-Tunisia friendly match in Paris last night.

    * * *
    vigorously
    * * *
    vigorously

    Spanish-English dictionary > vigorosamente

  • 9 fuerza

    • force
    • forcefulness
    • might
    • robust
    • robustly
    • robustness
    • Rochelle powder
    • strength
    • toughness
    • vigor
    • vigour

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > fuerza

  • 10 membrudamente

    • robots
    • robustious
    • robustly
    • robustness

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > membrudamente

  • 11 robustamente

    • robots
    • robustious
    • robustly
    • robustness
    • sturdily

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > robustamente

  • 12 robustez

    • beefiness
    • burliness
    • corpulence
    • portliness
    • robust
    • robustly
    • robustness
    • Rochelle powder
    • staunchness
    • stockiness
    • stoutness

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > robustez

  • 13 ruidoso

    • clattering
    • noisily
    • noisy brass music
    • obstreperous
    • riot policeman
    • rioting
    • riotous
    • riotous success
    • robotized
    • robust
    • robustious
    • robustly
    • uproarious

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > ruidoso

  • 14 sal de la Rochela

    • robustly
    • Rochelle powder
    • Rochelle salt
    • rochet

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > sal de la Rochela

  • 15 membrudamente

    adv.
    robustly, strongly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > membrudamente

См. также в других словарях:

  • Robustly — Ro*bust ly, adv. In a robust manner. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • robustly — adv. Robustly is used with these verbs: ↑defend …   Collocations dictionary

  • robustly — robust ► ADJECTIVE 1) sturdy or resilient. 2) strong and healthy. 3) uncompromising and forceful; not subtle: a robust defence. 4) (of wine or food) strong and rich in flavour or smell. DERIVATIVES robustly adverb robustness noun …   English terms dictionary

  • robustly — adverb in a robust manner he was robustly built • Derived from adjective: ↑robust …   Useful english dictionary

  • robustly — adverb see robust …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • robustly — See robust. * * * …   Universalium

  • robustly — adverb In a robust manner …   Wiktionary

  • robustly — rÉ™ bÊŒstlɪ , rəʊ b adv. in a manly fashion; hardily, stoutly, ruggedly, brawnily …   English contemporary dictionary

  • robustly — ro·bust·ly …   English syllables

  • robustly — See: robust …   English dictionary

  • robustly adv — My oar is broken, said Tom robustly …   English expressions

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