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  • 701 confirmar una hipótesis

    (v.) = support + hypothesis, validate + hypothesis
    Ex. The analysis of the research data resulted in a mixed bag of results which neither supported nor rejected the hypothesis.
    Ex. To the best of our knowledge, there has been no large, multicenter prospective study to either validate or negate this hypothesis.
    * * *
    (v.) = support + hypothesis, validate + hypothesis

    Ex: The analysis of the research data resulted in a mixed bag of results which neither supported nor rejected the hypothesis.

    Ex: To the best of our knowledge, there has been no large, multicenter prospective study to either validate or negate this hypothesis.

    Spanish-English dictionary > confirmar una hipótesis

  • 702 confusión

    f.
    1 confusion, mix-up, disorder, confusedness.
    2 perplexity, bafflement, confusion, confusedness.
    3 commotion, riot, clutter, hassle.
    4 scene of confusion, shambles.
    * * *
    1 (desorden) confusion, chaos
    2 (equivocación) mistake, confusion
    3 (turbación) confusion, embarrassment
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=equivocación) confusion

    ha habido una confusión en los nombres — there was a mix-up with the names, there was some confusion with the names

    esta carta no es para mí, debe de tratarse de una confusión — this letter is not for me, there must be some mistake

    por confusión — by mistake

    2) (=desconcierto) confusion
    3) (=turbación)
    * * *
    a) (desorden, caos) confusion
    b) ( perplejidad) confusion
    c) ( turbación) embarrassment
    d) ( equivocación) confusion
    * * *
    = confounding, confusion, mix-up [mixup], dislocation, welter, muddle, perplex, turbulence, turmoil, jumble, blurring, clouding, daze, messiness, obfuscation, turbulent waters, puzzle, miasma, snarl, snarl-up, brouhaha, perplexity.
    Ex. Experience of IT in USA is associated not infrequently with the confounding of confident expectations.
    Ex. In particular, when one command means one thing in one system and something else in another system this is likely to lead to confusion.
    Ex. You'll have to call him and tell him there's been a mix-up and that he'll be called as soon as there's another opening.
    Ex. SDC's ORBIT software is a variation on the ELHILL software used with MEDLINE, so users of that data base can move across to SDC with a minimum of dislocation.
    Ex. Without language we would go bumping around in the dark and eventually take leave of our senses under the welter of the incomprehensible, withdrawing, as some people do, into a closed world in order to protect ourselves against the unbearable onslaught.
    Ex. The author attempts to sort out the muddle in which librarians have found themselves = El autor intenta aclarar la confusión en la que se encuentran los bibliotecarios.
    Ex. The article 'The print perplex' asserts that librarians must deal with a future of mixed print and digital material, since most books will never be in digital form.
    Ex. The title of the article is 'Survival skills for information professionals in the decade of turbulence'.
    Ex. China has suffered from over a decade of turmoil which has prevented the development of modern information services.
    Ex. Compared to this fairly ordered monographic literature, the multiple contents of a collection of periodicals seemed like a terrible jumble.
    Ex. Read from the perspective of Bakhtin, this blurring of genres is also a blurring of idealogies.
    Ex. A major problem for the technician is one of recognition in situations where there is a clouding of identification with clerical staff.
    Ex. The article 'The daze of future business research' examines changing trends in online business information searching with the rush to the Internet.
    Ex. Management theorists seem unable to cope with the unpredictability, the multivariate nature and the ' messiness' of human organizations in cultural contexts.
    Ex. The results has been an ever greater obfuscation of what constitutes the profession of librarianship.
    Ex. His experience and expertise has guided IFLA members smoothly across what could easily have been turbulent waters = Sus conocimientos y experiencia en la formulación de los Estatutos ha guiado a los miembros de la IFLA sin problemas a través de lo que podrían haber sido fácilmente aguas turbulentas.
    Ex. We talk heatedly about books that lie beyond our present concerns because these allow us to speculate and often present us with puzzles we want to explore.
    Ex. The past is often shrouded in a miasma of uncertain memories confounded by missing or incomplete records.
    Ex. His work is such a snarl of so many different things that it is as endlessly demanding as it is rewarding.
    Ex. However, taxi is a more advisable option considering the never-ending Bangkok traffic snarl-up, especially during the rush hour.
    Ex. He believes that most political brouhahas are cooked up to divert the public's attention from the real terrorism.
    Ex. The combination of perplexity over what is the right mix and apparent inability to represent information activity dynamically is very strong.
    ----
    * aclarar una confusión = unravel + snarl.
    * aumentar la confusión = add to + the confusion.
    * causar confusión = wreak + confusion, cause + confusion.
    * confusión económica = economic turmoil.
    * confusión histórica = historical confusion.
    * de un modo que causa confusión = confusingly.
    * estado de confusión = state of confusion.
    * llevar a confusión = lead to + confusion.
    * que induce a confusión = confounding.
    * * *
    a) (desorden, caos) confusion
    b) ( perplejidad) confusion
    c) ( turbación) embarrassment
    d) ( equivocación) confusion
    * * *
    = confounding, confusion, mix-up [mixup], dislocation, welter, muddle, perplex, turbulence, turmoil, jumble, blurring, clouding, daze, messiness, obfuscation, turbulent waters, puzzle, miasma, snarl, snarl-up, brouhaha, perplexity.

    Ex: Experience of IT in USA is associated not infrequently with the confounding of confident expectations.

    Ex: In particular, when one command means one thing in one system and something else in another system this is likely to lead to confusion.
    Ex: You'll have to call him and tell him there's been a mix-up and that he'll be called as soon as there's another opening.
    Ex: SDC's ORBIT software is a variation on the ELHILL software used with MEDLINE, so users of that data base can move across to SDC with a minimum of dislocation.
    Ex: Without language we would go bumping around in the dark and eventually take leave of our senses under the welter of the incomprehensible, withdrawing, as some people do, into a closed world in order to protect ourselves against the unbearable onslaught.
    Ex: The author attempts to sort out the muddle in which librarians have found themselves = El autor intenta aclarar la confusión en la que se encuentran los bibliotecarios.
    Ex: The article 'The print perplex' asserts that librarians must deal with a future of mixed print and digital material, since most books will never be in digital form.
    Ex: The title of the article is 'Survival skills for information professionals in the decade of turbulence'.
    Ex: China has suffered from over a decade of turmoil which has prevented the development of modern information services.
    Ex: Compared to this fairly ordered monographic literature, the multiple contents of a collection of periodicals seemed like a terrible jumble.
    Ex: Read from the perspective of Bakhtin, this blurring of genres is also a blurring of idealogies.
    Ex: A major problem for the technician is one of recognition in situations where there is a clouding of identification with clerical staff.
    Ex: The article 'The daze of future business research' examines changing trends in online business information searching with the rush to the Internet.
    Ex: Management theorists seem unable to cope with the unpredictability, the multivariate nature and the ' messiness' of human organizations in cultural contexts.
    Ex: The results has been an ever greater obfuscation of what constitutes the profession of librarianship.
    Ex: His experience and expertise has guided IFLA members smoothly across what could easily have been turbulent waters = Sus conocimientos y experiencia en la formulación de los Estatutos ha guiado a los miembros de la IFLA sin problemas a través de lo que podrían haber sido fácilmente aguas turbulentas.
    Ex: We talk heatedly about books that lie beyond our present concerns because these allow us to speculate and often present us with puzzles we want to explore.
    Ex: The past is often shrouded in a miasma of uncertain memories confounded by missing or incomplete records.
    Ex: His work is such a snarl of so many different things that it is as endlessly demanding as it is rewarding.
    Ex: However, taxi is a more advisable option considering the never-ending Bangkok traffic snarl-up, especially during the rush hour.
    Ex: He believes that most political brouhahas are cooked up to divert the public's attention from the real terrorism.
    Ex: The combination of perplexity over what is the right mix and apparent inability to represent information activity dynamically is very strong.
    * aclarar una confusión = unravel + snarl.
    * aumentar la confusión = add to + the confusion.
    * causar confusión = wreak + confusion, cause + confusion.
    * confusión económica = economic turmoil.
    * confusión histórica = historical confusion.
    * de un modo que causa confusión = confusingly.
    * estado de confusión = state of confusion.
    * llevar a confusión = lead to + confusion.
    * que induce a confusión = confounding.

    * * *
    1 (perplejidad) confusion
    para mayor confusión se llaman igual to add to the confusion o to confuse things even more o to make things even more confusing, they have the same name
    2 (desorden, caos) confusion
    3 (turbación) embarrassment
    su inesperada declaración de amor la llenó de confusión his unexpected declaration of love filled her with embarrassment o confusion o threw her into confusion
    tanta amabilidad me produjo una gran confusión I was embarrassed o overwhelmed by so much kindness
    4 (equivocación) confusion
    lamentamos la confusión que hubo con la factura we regret the confusion over the invoice
    sus comentarios se prestan a confusión his comments are open to misinterpretation
    para que no haya más confusiones to avoid any further confusion o any more mix-ups
    * * *

     

    confusión sustantivo femenino



    confusión sustantivo femenino
    1 (desorden) confusion
    2 (error) mistake
    ' confusión' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aturdimiento
    - barullo
    - belén
    - desbarajuste
    - desconcierto
    - desorientación
    - embrollo
    - folclore
    - follón
    - obnubilar
    - ofuscación
    - para
    - prestarse
    - torre
    - turbación
    - aquél
    - armar
    - bochinche
    - convulsionar
    - desorden
    - ése
    - éste
    - grado
    - jaleo
    - lío
    - mareo
    - medio
    - sólo
    - turbar
    English:
    brainstorm
    - confusion
    - disarray
    - foul up
    - haziness
    - mess
    - misunderstanding
    - mix-up
    - quagmire
    - rush
    - scramble
    - shambles
    - start
    - turmoil
    - welter
    - add
    - disorder
    - havoc
    - mix
    - straighten
    * * *
    1. [desorden, lío] confusion;
    la confusión aumentó con la llegada del cantante the singer's arrival added to the confusion;
    los ladrones actuaron aprovechando la confusión the thieves took advantage of the confusion;
    hubo una gran confusión there was great confusion;
    existe cierta confusión acerca de lo que realmente quiso decir there is some confusion as to what he really meant
    2. [desconcierto]
    la noticia me llenó de confusión I was disconcerted by the news
    3. [error] mix-up;
    ha habido una confusión there has been a bit of a mix-up;
    esa frase puede llevar a confusión that phrase could lead to confusion o be misinterpreted
    * * *
    f confusion
    * * *
    confusión nf, pl - siones : confusion
    * * *
    1. (falta de claridad) confusion
    2. (equivocación) mistake

    Spanish-English dictionary > confusión

  • 703 confuso

    adj.
    1 confused, addled, bewildered, muddle-headed.
    2 confusing, perplexing, tangled, confusional.
    3 confused, blurry, blurred, obscure.
    4 confused, cluttered, disordered, mixed-up.
    * * *
    1 (ideas) confused
    2 (estilo etc) obscure, confused
    3 (recuerdos, formas) vague, blurred
    4 (mezclado) mixed up
    5 figurado (turbado) confused, embarrassed
    * * *
    (f. - confusa)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=poco claro) [ideas, noticias] confused; [recuerdo] hazy; [ruido] indistinct; [imagen] blurred

    tiene las ideas muy confusas — he has very confused ideas, his ideas are very mixed up

    2) (=desconcertado) confused

    no sé qué decir, estoy confuso — I don't know what to say, I'm overwhelmed

    * * *
    - sa adjetivo
    a) <idea/texto/explicación> confused; < recuerdo> confused, hazy; < imagen> blurred, hazy; < información> confused
    b) ( turbado) embarrassed, confused
    * * *
    = confusing, dim [dimmer -comp., dimmest -sup.], distraught, in confusion of purpose, indistinct, muddled, entangled, topsy-turvy, puzzled, messy [messier -comp., messiest -sup.], puzzling, mixed up, confused, in a state of turmoil, clouded, in a spin, dishevelled [disheveled, -USA], in disarray, foggy [foggier -comp., foggiest -sup.], blurry [blurrier -comp., blurriest -sup.], confounding, garbled, indistinctive, nonplussed [nonplused], addled, in a fog, chaotic, disorderly, shambolic, bleary [blearier -comp., bleariest -sup.], in a twirl, at sea, all over the place.
    Ex. The nature of the compilation of the code led to rather little consensus, and many alternative rules, which together made the code rather confusing.
    Ex. The genesis of this brave new world of solid state logic, in which bibliographic data are reduced to phantasmagoria on the faces of cathode-ray tubes (CRT), extends at most only three-quarters of a decade into the dim past.
    Ex. Before she could respond and follow up with a question about her distraught state, Feng escaped to the women's room.
    Ex. Without the ability to select when faced with these choices we would be like demented dogs chasing every attractive smell that reaches our noses in complete confusion of purpose.
    Ex. The typescript will be fuzzy and indistinct without the smooth, firm surface which the backing sheet offers.
    Ex. This paper analyses and proposes practical solutions to key problems in on-line IR, particulary in relation to ill-defined and muddled information requirements, concept representation in searching and text representation in indexing.
    Ex. The rapid spreading of electronic mail, bulletin boards, and newsletters give rise to an entangled pattern of standards.
    Ex. At a later stage he may make up topsy-turvy stories with reversals of the pattern; finally he will improvise and impose hiw own.
    Ex. While scanning the area under supervision, the librarian may detect persons who appear restless or puzzled.
    Ex. The author discusses current attempts to organize electronic information objects in a world that is messy, volatile and uncontrolled.
    Ex. The argument for expressiveness is that it helps users to find their way through the systematic arrangement, which is sometimes puzzling to them.
    Ex. They are mixed up as the talk meanders about, apparently without conscious pattern.
    Ex. She sat a long time on the couch, confused, questioning, pushing her thoughts into new latitudes.
    Ex. Before long the teachers were in a state of turmoil over the issue.
    Ex. The article 'The clouded crystal ball and the library profession' explains how the concepts of knowledge utilisation and information brokering are beginning to have an impact on the definition of the librarian's role.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Digital revolution leaves pharmacists in a spin'.
    Ex. Ironically, there are very few who have realized the capitalist dream of easy profits and the concept of a new knowledged-based economy now looks somewhat disheveled.
    Ex. Sometimes cataloguers access other libraries' OPACs in order to resolve difficult problems when important parts of the item being catalogued are missing or are in disarray.
    Ex. What they will not do is clear up the foggy area in most cataloguers' minds, the area that leads to an inconsistent application of half-understood principles'.
    Ex. On the other hand, a distinction that was thought to be quite clear turns out to be rather blurry.
    Ex. The need to control for the effect of confounding variables is central to empirical research in many disciplines.
    Ex. The client phoned in the afternoon to tell me that there was garbled data again in the large text field they use for notes.
    Ex. This research suggests that people are threatened by categorizations that portray them as too distinctive or too indistinctive.
    Ex. He was nonplussed when the crowd he expected protesting his policy of arresting illegal immigrants turned out to be seven.
    Ex. They were too addled to come to any definite conclusion.
    Ex. After practice, however, the usually affable Jackson looked to be in a fog as he prepared to walk to his locker.
    Ex. Otherwise the situation would become chaotic.
    Ex. Empirical studies of decision making have found that the process is more disorderly than described in rational models.
    Ex. Hundreds of usually loyal fans booed and jeered as the tortured singer delivered a shambolic and apparently drunken performance.
    Ex. Her eyes were dry and her head bleary from spending all week totally consumed with work.
    Ex. I had never been to a professional golf tournament, and the excitement and action had my head in a twirl.
    Ex. This site seems to be giving tons of options and am completely at sea as to how to go about choosing the best one.
    Ex. Mr Hammond said the Liberal Democrats are ' all over the place' on the economy.
    ----
    * de manera confusa = hazily.
    * estar confuso = be at sixes and sevens with, be at a nonplus, be all at sea.
    * masa confusa = mush.
    * resultar confuso = prove + confusing.
    * sentirse confuso = feel at + sea, be all at sea.
    * ser confuso = be deceiving.
    * surgir de un modo confuso = grow + like Topsy.
    * todo confuso = in a state of disarray.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo
    a) <idea/texto/explicación> confused; < recuerdo> confused, hazy; < imagen> blurred, hazy; < información> confused
    b) ( turbado) embarrassed, confused
    * * *
    = confusing, dim [dimmer -comp., dimmest -sup.], distraught, in confusion of purpose, indistinct, muddled, entangled, topsy-turvy, puzzled, messy [messier -comp., messiest -sup.], puzzling, mixed up, confused, in a state of turmoil, clouded, in a spin, dishevelled [disheveled, -USA], in disarray, foggy [foggier -comp., foggiest -sup.], blurry [blurrier -comp., blurriest -sup.], confounding, garbled, indistinctive, nonplussed [nonplused], addled, in a fog, chaotic, disorderly, shambolic, bleary [blearier -comp., bleariest -sup.], in a twirl, at sea, all over the place.

    Ex: The nature of the compilation of the code led to rather little consensus, and many alternative rules, which together made the code rather confusing.

    Ex: The genesis of this brave new world of solid state logic, in which bibliographic data are reduced to phantasmagoria on the faces of cathode-ray tubes (CRT), extends at most only three-quarters of a decade into the dim past.
    Ex: Before she could respond and follow up with a question about her distraught state, Feng escaped to the women's room.
    Ex: Without the ability to select when faced with these choices we would be like demented dogs chasing every attractive smell that reaches our noses in complete confusion of purpose.
    Ex: The typescript will be fuzzy and indistinct without the smooth, firm surface which the backing sheet offers.
    Ex: This paper analyses and proposes practical solutions to key problems in on-line IR, particulary in relation to ill-defined and muddled information requirements, concept representation in searching and text representation in indexing.
    Ex: The rapid spreading of electronic mail, bulletin boards, and newsletters give rise to an entangled pattern of standards.
    Ex: At a later stage he may make up topsy-turvy stories with reversals of the pattern; finally he will improvise and impose hiw own.
    Ex: While scanning the area under supervision, the librarian may detect persons who appear restless or puzzled.
    Ex: The author discusses current attempts to organize electronic information objects in a world that is messy, volatile and uncontrolled.
    Ex: The argument for expressiveness is that it helps users to find their way through the systematic arrangement, which is sometimes puzzling to them.
    Ex: They are mixed up as the talk meanders about, apparently without conscious pattern.
    Ex: She sat a long time on the couch, confused, questioning, pushing her thoughts into new latitudes.
    Ex: Before long the teachers were in a state of turmoil over the issue.
    Ex: The article 'The clouded crystal ball and the library profession' explains how the concepts of knowledge utilisation and information brokering are beginning to have an impact on the definition of the librarian's role.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Digital revolution leaves pharmacists in a spin'.
    Ex: Ironically, there are very few who have realized the capitalist dream of easy profits and the concept of a new knowledged-based economy now looks somewhat disheveled.
    Ex: Sometimes cataloguers access other libraries' OPACs in order to resolve difficult problems when important parts of the item being catalogued are missing or are in disarray.
    Ex: What they will not do is clear up the foggy area in most cataloguers' minds, the area that leads to an inconsistent application of half-understood principles'.
    Ex: On the other hand, a distinction that was thought to be quite clear turns out to be rather blurry.
    Ex: The need to control for the effect of confounding variables is central to empirical research in many disciplines.
    Ex: The client phoned in the afternoon to tell me that there was garbled data again in the large text field they use for notes.
    Ex: This research suggests that people are threatened by categorizations that portray them as too distinctive or too indistinctive.
    Ex: He was nonplussed when the crowd he expected protesting his policy of arresting illegal immigrants turned out to be seven.
    Ex: They were too addled to come to any definite conclusion.
    Ex: After practice, however, the usually affable Jackson looked to be in a fog as he prepared to walk to his locker.
    Ex: Otherwise the situation would become chaotic.
    Ex: Empirical studies of decision making have found that the process is more disorderly than described in rational models.
    Ex: Hundreds of usually loyal fans booed and jeered as the tortured singer delivered a shambolic and apparently drunken performance.
    Ex: Her eyes were dry and her head bleary from spending all week totally consumed with work.
    Ex: I had never been to a professional golf tournament, and the excitement and action had my head in a twirl.
    Ex: This site seems to be giving tons of options and am completely at sea as to how to go about choosing the best one.
    Ex: Mr Hammond said the Liberal Democrats are ' all over the place' on the economy.
    * de manera confusa = hazily.
    * estar confuso = be at sixes and sevens with, be at a nonplus, be all at sea.
    * masa confusa = mush.
    * resultar confuso = prove + confusing.
    * sentirse confuso = feel at + sea, be all at sea.
    * ser confuso = be deceiving.
    * surgir de un modo confuso = grow + like Topsy.
    * todo confuso = in a state of disarray.

    * * *
    confuso -sa
    1 ‹idea/texto› confused; ‹recuerdo› confused, hazy; ‹imagen› blurred, hazy
    dio una explicación muy confusa he gave a very confused explanation
    las noticias son confusas reports are confused
    2 (turbado) embarrassed, confused
    * * *

     

    confuso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo

    a)idea/texto/explicación confused;

    recuerdo confused, hazy;
    imagen blurred, hazy;
    información› confused

    confuso,-a adjetivo
    1 (idea, argumento, etc) confused, unclear
    2 (desconcertado) confused, perplexed
    ' confuso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    confusa
    - apabullar
    - despistado
    - enmarañado
    English:
    confused
    - confusing
    - flounder
    - fuzzy
    - garbled
    - indistinct
    - mixed-up
    - muddy
    - spin
    - unclear
    - foggy
    - hazy
    - muddled
    * * *
    confuso, -a adj
    1. [poco claro] [clamor, griterío] confused;
    [contorno, forma, imagen] blurred; [explicación] confused
    2. [turbado] confused, bewildered;
    estar confuso to be confused o bewildered
    * * *
    adj confused
    * * *
    confuso, -sa adj
    1) : confused, mixed-up
    2) : obscure, indistinct
    * * *
    confuso adj
    1. (persona) confused
    2. (instrucciones, explicación, etc) confused / confusing

    Spanish-English dictionary > confuso

  • 704 conjunto2

    2 = collaborative, joint, pooled, combined.
    Ex. This is a truly collaborative effort involving the Council on Library Resources (CLR) as the management and funding agency and 12 participants from the research library community.
    Ex. Library schools must build bridges such as joint programmes and joint professorships that link them with their parent academic institution.
    Ex. A group of 64 libraries realised substantial cost reductions by joining in a pooled fund to self-insure for unemployment compensation.
    Ex. The joint code was the result of the combined efforts of the Library Association (UK) and the American Library Association.
    ----
    * autoría conjunta = collaborative writing.
    * código conjunto = joint code.
    * coeficiente de referencia conjunta = cocitation strength.
    * de forma conjunta con = in partnership with.
    * de manera conjunta con = in partnership with.
    * de modo conjunto con = in partnership with.
    * diseñado en conjunto = co-designed.
    * en conjunto = altogether, on balance, bulk, all in all, overall, overall.
    * en su conjunto = overall, together, collective, put together.
    * formar en su conjunto = weave + to form.
    * funcionamiento conjunto = interworking.
    * gráfica de referencias conjuntas = cocitation graph.
    * ofrecer una visión de conjunto = provide + a picture, provide + overview.
    * presentación conjunta = packaging.
    * publicidad conjunta = joint publicity.
    * todo en su conjunto = whole affair, the.
    * trabajo conjunto = interworking.
    * umbral de referencia conjunta = cocitation threshold.
    * ver las cosas en su conjunto = see + things as a whole.
    * visión de conjunto = overview, sweep.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conjunto2

  • 705 conmemorativo

    adj.
    commemorative, memorial.
    m.
    commemorative, memorial.
    * * *
    1 commemorative
    * * *
    * * *
    - va adjetivo commemorative

    una ceremonia conmemorativa de... — a ceremony in commemoration of...

    * * *
    = commemorative, memorial.
    Ex. Research undertaken recently for suffrage commemorative publications has shown little surviving documentation from many previously active women's organizations.
    Ex. Memorial compositions, written for dead composers, are a popular musical form.
    ----
    * monumento conmemorativo = memorial.
    * monumento público conmemorativo = public memorial.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo commemorative

    una ceremonia conmemorativa de... — a ceremony in commemoration of...

    * * *
    = commemorative, memorial.

    Ex: Research undertaken recently for suffrage commemorative publications has shown little surviving documentation from many previously active women's organizations.

    Ex: Memorial compositions, written for dead composers, are a popular musical form.
    * monumento conmemorativo = memorial.
    * monumento público conmemorativo = public memorial.

    * * *
    commemorative
    una ceremonia conmemorativa de … a ceremony in commemoration of o to commemorate …
    * * *

    conmemorativo adjetivo
    commemorative;

    conmemorativo,-a adjetivo commemorative: es una placa conmemorativa del gran acontecimiento, it's a plaque commemorating the great event

    ' conmemorativo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conmemorativa
    English:
    memorial
    * * *
    conmemorativo, -a adj
    commemorative;
    un monumento conmemorativo de la independencia del país a monument commemorating the country's independence
    * * *
    adj commemorative
    * * *
    conmemorativo, -va adj
    : commemorative, memorial

    Spanish-English dictionary > conmemorativo

  • 706 conocimiento

    m.
    1 knowledge.
    hablar/actuar con conocimiento de causa to know what one is talking about/doing
    poner algo en conocimiento de alguien to bring something to somebody's attention, to inform somebody of something
    tener conocimiento de algo to be aware of something
    ha llegado a mi conocimiento que estás insatisfecho it has come to my attention that you are not happy
    2 consciousness (sentido, conciencia).
    perder/recobrar el conocimiento to lose/regain consciousness
    estaba tumbado en el suelo, sin conocimiento he was lying unconscious on the floor
    3 awareness, consciousness, cognizance.
    * * *
    1 (In 1, also used in plural with the same meaning) (saber) knowledge
    2 (sensatez) good sense
    3 (conciencia) consciousness
    \
    con conocimiento de causa with full knowledge of the facts
    perder el conocimiento to lose consciousness
    poner algo en conocimiento de alguien to make something known to somebody, inform somebody of something
    recobrar el conocimiento to regain consciousness, come round
    tener conocimiento de algo to know about something
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=saber) knowledge

    conocimientos(=nociones) knowledge sing

    mis pocos conocimientos de filosofía/cocina — my limited knowledge of philosophy/cookery

    2) (=información) knowledge

    dar conocimiento de algo, dimos conocimiento del robo a la policía — we informed the police about the robbery

    llegar a conocimiento de algn — to come to sb's attention o notice

    tener conocimiento de algo, aún no tenemos conocimiento de su detención — we still do not know that he has been arrested

    desea ponerlo en conocimiento público — he wants it brought to the public's attention, he wishes it to be made public

    conocimiento de causa, hacer algo con conocimiento de causa — to be fully aware of what one is doing

    3) (=consciencia) consciousness

    recobrar o recuperar el conocimiento — to regain consciousness

    4) (=sentido común) common sense
    5) (Jur) cognizance frm
    6) (Com)
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( saber) knowledge
    b) conocimientos masculino plural ( nociones) knowledge
    2) (frml) ( información)

    dar conocimiento de algo a alguiento inform o (frml) apprise somebody of something

    pongo en su conocimiento que... — (Corresp) I am writing to inform you that...

    con conocimiento de causa: obró con conocimiento de causa (frml) he took this step, fully aware of what the consequences would be; hablo con conocimiento de causa — I know what I'm talking about

    3) ( sentido) consciousness

    perder/recobrar el conocimiento — to lose/regain consciousness

    aún es pequeño, no tiene todavía conocimiento — he's not old enough to understand

    * * *
    = cognition, competency, enlightenment, expertise, familiarisation [familiarization, -USA], familiarity, insight, knowledge, learning, acquaintance, understanding, cognisance [cognizance, -USA], connoisseurship, consciousness.
    Ex. The information-processing model of cognition, and developments in artificial intelligence encourage such comparisons = El modelo de la cognición sobre el procesamiento de la información de y los avances de la inteligencia artificial fomentan este tipo de comparaciones.
    Ex. SLIS programmes intended to 'produce' librarians with competency in the use of IT have to be designed.
    Ex. Considered as necessary work in the interest of humanity and general enlightenment, bibliography gains ground as the years pass.
    Ex. Its primary function is to provide a centre for software and hardware expertise for its members.
    Ex. Step 1 Familiarisation: This first step involves the indexer in becoming conversant with the subject content of the document to be indexed.
    Ex. The most effective searchers are those who have both system experience and some familiarity with the subject area in which they are searching.
    Ex. The human indexer works mechanically and rapidly; he should require no insight into the document content.
    Ex. These factors form the basis of the problems in identifying a satisfactory subject approach, and start to explain the vast array of different tolls used in the subject approach to knowledge.
    Ex. It is the responsibility of educators to stretch their student's intellects, hone their skills of intuitive judgment and synthesis, and build a love of learning that will sustain them beyond the level of formal education.
    Ex. It is only with accumulating experience and many years of close study and acquaintance with bibliographic works that a really substantial body of knowledge of the potential of bibliographic sources is acquired.
    Ex. We librarians ought to have a clearer understanding of our stock-in-trade (books) and their function of social mechanism.
    Ex. The passive cognisance of growth causes considerable difficulties = El conocimiento pasivo del crecimiento causa dificultades importantes.
    Ex. This book explores the underlying institutional factors that help museum-based connoisseurship and aestheticism and university-based critical theory and revisionist scholarship exist.
    Ex. For example, the latter are unlikely to engage themselves in conservation issues as these now press upon the professional consciousness of librarians.
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    * actualizar los conocimientos = upgrade + Posesivo + skills.
    * adquirir conocimiento = gain + knowledge, glean + knowledge, acquire + knowledge, build up + knowledge.
    * ampliar el conocimiento = expand + Posesivo + knowledge, expand + Posesivo + knowledge, widen + knowledge, broaden + knowledge, deepen + understanding.
    * ampliar las fronteras del conocimiento = push back + the frontiers of knowledge.
    * análisis de áreas del conocimiento = domain analysis.
    * análisis de dominios del conocimiento = domain analysis.
    * aprendizaje rico en conocimiento = knowledge-rich learning.
    * área de conocimiento = area of study.
    * área del conocimiento = area of knowledge, discipline, subject field, field of activity, knowledge domain, discipline of knowledge.
    * aumentar el conocimiento = expand + Posesivo + knowledge, deepen + awareness.
    * aumento del conocimiento = knowledge building.
    * bannco de conocimiento = knowledge bank.
    * basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-based.
    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * bibliotecario con conocimientos de medicina = informationist.
    * búsqueda del conocimiento = quest for/of knowledge.
    * campo del conocimiento = field of knowledge.
    * centrado en el conocimiento = knowledge-centric.
    * ciencia del conocimiento = cognitive science.
    * compartir el conocimiento = knowledge sharing, pool + knowledge.
    * con conocimiento = authoritatively.
    * 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].
    * con conocimiento de = appreciative of, conversant with.
    * con conocimiento de causa = knowingly, knowingly.
    * con conocimiento de informática = computer literate [computer-literate].
    * con conocimiento en el uso de Internet = Internet-savvy.
    * con conocimientos en = versed in.
    * con conocimientos sobre el correo electrónico = e-mail literate.
    * con el conocimiento de que = on the understanding that.
    * conjunto de conocimientos = body of knowledge.
    * conocimiento académico = academic knowledge.
    * conocimiento acumulado sobre un tema = lore.
    * conocimiento básico = working familiarity, working knowledge.
    * conocimiento científico = scientific knowledge.
    * conocimiento compartido = knowledge sharing.
    * conocimiento de base = foundation study.
    * conocimiento de cómo sobrevivir en el bosque = woodcraft.
    * conocimiento de embarque = bill of lading.
    * conocimiento de la existencia = awareness.
    * conocimiento de lengua = language skill.
    * conocimiento del objeto = object knowledge.
    * conocimiento de los diferentes soportes = media competency.
    * conocimiento detallado = intimate knowledge.
    * conocimiento de un área temática = area knowledge.
    * conocimiento documentado = recorded knowledge.
    * conocimiento enciclopédico = factual knowledge.
    * conocimiento en tecnología = technological skill.
    * conocimiento específico = expert knowledge.
    * conocimiento experto = expert knowledge, expertise.
    * conocimiento explícito = explicit knowledge.
    * conocimiento factual = declarative knowledge.
    * conocimiento humano = human consciousness.
    * conocimiento humano, el = human record, the.
    * conocimiento indígena = indigenous knowledge.
    * conocimiento lingüístico = language skill.
    * conocimiento mutuo = mutual knowledge.
    * conocimiento pasivo = nodding acquaintance.
    * conocimiento pleno = awareness.
    * conocimiento práctico = working knowledge, procedural knowledge.
    * conocimiento previo = foreknowledge.
    * conocimientos = knowledge base [knowledge-base].
    * conocimientos básicos = literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de búsqueda, recuperación y organización de informació = information literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de documentación = information literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de informática = computer literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos en tecnología = technical literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos sobre el uso de las bibliotecas = library skills.
    * conocimientos de tecnología = techno-savvy, tech-savvy.
    * conocimientos en el manejo de la información = info-savvy.
    * conocimiento sobre una materia = subject knowledge.
    * conocimientos requeridos = job specs.
    * conocimiento tácito = tacit knowledge, tacit knowledge, tacit knowledge.
    * conocimiento técnico = know-how, technical knowledge.
    * conocimiento teórico = declarative knowledge.
    * con poco conocimiento de las nuevas tecnologías = technologically challenged.
    * corpus de conocimiento = corpus of knowledge.
    * crear un fondo común de conocimientos = pool + knowledge.
    * cúmulo de conocimiento = repository of knowledge, knowledge repository.
    * decisión con conocimiento de causa = informed decision.
    * difundir el conocimiento = spread + knowledge.
    * director ejecutivo de la gestión del conocimiento = knowledge executive.
    * dominio del conocimiento = knowledge domain.
    * economía basada en el conocimiento = knowledge driven economy.
    * economía del conocimiento = knowledge economy.
    * Era del Conocimiento, la = Knowledge Age, the.
    * estructuración del conocimiento = knowledge structuring.
    * examinar los conocimientos = test + knowledge.
    * falta de conocimiento = unfamiliarity.
    * filtro del conocimiento = knowledge filter.
    * fomentar el conocimiento = advance + knowledge.
    * fondo común de conocimientos = pool of knowledge, pool of expertise.
    * frontera del conocimiento = frontier of knowledge.
    * fundamentos del conocimiento, los = foundations of knowledge, the.
    * gestión del conocimiento = knowledge management (KM).
    * gestor del conocimiento = knowledge worker, knowledge manager.
    * hacer avanzar el conocimiento = push back + the frontiers of knowledge.
    * hacer gala del conocimiento que uno tiene = air + knowledge.
    * hacer perder el conocimiento = knock + Nombre + out, knock + Nombre + unconscious.
    * hacer uso de un conocimiento = draw on/upon + knowledge.
    * impartir conocimiento = impart + knowledge.
    * inculcar conocimiento = instil + knowledge.
    * ingeniería del conocimiento = knowledge engineering.
    * ingeniero del conocimiento = knowledge engineer.
    * institucion del conocimiento = institution of learning.
    * intercambio de conocimientos = learning exchange, cross-fertilisation [cross-fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation of knowledge.
    * jefe de los servicios de gestión del conocimiento = chief knowledge officer (CKO).
    * metaconocimiento = meta-knowledge.
    * navegación por el conocimiento = knowledge navigation.
    * navegador del conocimiento = knowledge navigator.
    * obtener conocimiento = gain + an understanding.
    * ofrecer conocimiento = package + knowledge.
    * perder el conocimiento = lose + Posesivo + senses, pass out, lose + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * pérdida del conocimiento = unconsciousness, fainting, fainting fit, loss of consciousness.
    * personas sin conocimientos técnicos, las = non-technical, the.
    * presentar conocimiento = package + knowledge.
    * producto del conocimiento = knowledge record.
    * profundizar en el conocimiento = deepen + knowledge.
    * propagar el conocimiento = propagate + knowledge.
    * proporcionar conocimientos técnicos = supply + know-how.
    * quedarse sin conocimiento = lose + Posesivo + consciousness, pass out.
    * rama del conocimiento = branch of learning.
    * recobrar el conocimiento = regain + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * recuperar el conocimiento = regain + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * red de conocimiento = knowledge network.
    * servidor del conocimiento = knowledge server.
    * sin conocimiento = unconscious.
    * sin conocimiento de causa = unbeknown to, unbeknownst to.
    * sintetizar el conocimiento = synthesise + knowledge.
    * sistema basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-base system.
    * sistema de gestión del conocimiento = knowledge management system (KMS).
    * sociedad basada en el conocimiento = knowledge based society.
    * sociedad del conocimiento = knowledge society.
    * Sociedad para el Conocimiento Global = Global Knowledge Partnership.
    * suministrar conocimientos técnicos = supply + know-how.
    * tener conocimiento de = be privy to, be aware of.
    * toma de decisiones con conocimiento de causa = informed decision making.
    * tomar decisiones con conocimiento de causa = make + informed decisions.
    * transferencia de conocimiento = transfer of knowledge, knowledge transfer.
    * utilizar los conocimientos de Uno = put + Posesivo + knowledge to work.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( saber) knowledge
    b) conocimientos masculino plural ( nociones) knowledge
    2) (frml) ( información)

    dar conocimiento de algo a alguiento inform o (frml) apprise somebody of something

    pongo en su conocimiento que... — (Corresp) I am writing to inform you that...

    con conocimiento de causa: obró con conocimiento de causa (frml) he took this step, fully aware of what the consequences would be; hablo con conocimiento de causa — I know what I'm talking about

    3) ( sentido) consciousness

    perder/recobrar el conocimiento — to lose/regain consciousness

    aún es pequeño, no tiene todavía conocimiento — he's not old enough to understand

    * * *
    = cognition, competency, enlightenment, expertise, familiarisation [familiarization, -USA], familiarity, insight, knowledge, learning, acquaintance, understanding, cognisance [cognizance, -USA], connoisseurship, consciousness.

    Ex: The information-processing model of cognition, and developments in artificial intelligence encourage such comparisons = El modelo de la cognición sobre el procesamiento de la información de y los avances de la inteligencia artificial fomentan este tipo de comparaciones.

    Ex: SLIS programmes intended to 'produce' librarians with competency in the use of IT have to be designed.
    Ex: Considered as necessary work in the interest of humanity and general enlightenment, bibliography gains ground as the years pass.
    Ex: Its primary function is to provide a centre for software and hardware expertise for its members.
    Ex: Step 1 Familiarisation: This first step involves the indexer in becoming conversant with the subject content of the document to be indexed.
    Ex: The most effective searchers are those who have both system experience and some familiarity with the subject area in which they are searching.
    Ex: The human indexer works mechanically and rapidly; he should require no insight into the document content.
    Ex: These factors form the basis of the problems in identifying a satisfactory subject approach, and start to explain the vast array of different tolls used in the subject approach to knowledge.
    Ex: It is the responsibility of educators to stretch their student's intellects, hone their skills of intuitive judgment and synthesis, and build a love of learning that will sustain them beyond the level of formal education.
    Ex: It is only with accumulating experience and many years of close study and acquaintance with bibliographic works that a really substantial body of knowledge of the potential of bibliographic sources is acquired.
    Ex: We librarians ought to have a clearer understanding of our stock-in-trade (books) and their function of social mechanism.
    Ex: The passive cognisance of growth causes considerable difficulties = El conocimiento pasivo del crecimiento causa dificultades importantes.
    Ex: This book explores the underlying institutional factors that help museum-based connoisseurship and aestheticism and university-based critical theory and revisionist scholarship exist.
    Ex: For example, the latter are unlikely to engage themselves in conservation issues as these now press upon the professional consciousness of librarians.
    * actualizar los conocimientos = upgrade + Posesivo + skills.
    * adquirir conocimiento = gain + knowledge, glean + knowledge, acquire + knowledge, build up + knowledge.
    * ampliar el conocimiento = expand + Posesivo + knowledge, expand + Posesivo + knowledge, widen + knowledge, broaden + knowledge, deepen + understanding.
    * ampliar las fronteras del conocimiento = push back + the frontiers of knowledge.
    * análisis de áreas del conocimiento = domain analysis.
    * análisis de dominios del conocimiento = domain analysis.
    * aprendizaje rico en conocimiento = knowledge-rich learning.
    * área de conocimiento = area of study.
    * área del conocimiento = area of knowledge, discipline, subject field, field of activity, knowledge domain, discipline of knowledge.
    * aumentar el conocimiento = expand + Posesivo + knowledge, deepen + awareness.
    * aumento del conocimiento = knowledge building.
    * bannco de conocimiento = knowledge bank.
    * basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-based.
    * basado en las disciplinas del conocimiento = discipline-based.
    * bibliotecario con conocimientos de medicina = informationist.
    * búsqueda del conocimiento = quest for/of knowledge.
    * campo del conocimiento = field of knowledge.
    * centrado en el conocimiento = knowledge-centric.
    * ciencia del conocimiento = cognitive science.
    * compartir el conocimiento = knowledge sharing, pool + knowledge.
    * con conocimiento = authoritatively.
    * 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].
    * con conocimiento de = appreciative of, conversant with.
    * con conocimiento de causa = knowingly, knowingly.
    * con conocimiento de informática = computer literate [computer-literate].
    * con conocimiento en el uso de Internet = Internet-savvy.
    * con conocimientos en = versed in.
    * con conocimientos sobre el correo electrónico = e-mail literate.
    * con el conocimiento de que = on the understanding that.
    * conjunto de conocimientos = body of knowledge.
    * conocimiento académico = academic knowledge.
    * conocimiento acumulado sobre un tema = lore.
    * conocimiento básico = working familiarity, working knowledge.
    * conocimiento científico = scientific knowledge.
    * conocimiento compartido = knowledge sharing.
    * conocimiento de base = foundation study.
    * conocimiento de cómo sobrevivir en el bosque = woodcraft.
    * conocimiento de embarque = bill of lading.
    * conocimiento de la existencia = awareness.
    * conocimiento de lengua = language skill.
    * conocimiento del objeto = object knowledge.
    * conocimiento de los diferentes soportes = media competency.
    * conocimiento detallado = intimate knowledge.
    * conocimiento de un área temática = area knowledge.
    * conocimiento documentado = recorded knowledge.
    * conocimiento enciclopédico = factual knowledge.
    * conocimiento en tecnología = technological skill.
    * conocimiento específico = expert knowledge.
    * conocimiento experto = expert knowledge, expertise.
    * conocimiento explícito = explicit knowledge.
    * conocimiento factual = declarative knowledge.
    * conocimiento humano = human consciousness.
    * conocimiento humano, el = human record, the.
    * conocimiento indígena = indigenous knowledge.
    * conocimiento lingüístico = language skill.
    * conocimiento mutuo = mutual knowledge.
    * conocimiento pasivo = nodding acquaintance.
    * conocimiento pleno = awareness.
    * conocimiento práctico = working knowledge, procedural knowledge.
    * conocimiento previo = foreknowledge.
    * conocimientos = knowledge base [knowledge-base].
    * conocimientos básicos = literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de búsqueda, recuperación y organización de informació = information literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de documentación = information literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos de informática = computer literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos en tecnología = technical literacy.
    * conocimientos básicos sobre el uso de las bibliotecas = library skills.
    * conocimientos de tecnología = techno-savvy, tech-savvy.
    * conocimientos en el manejo de la información = info-savvy.
    * conocimiento sobre una materia = subject knowledge.
    * conocimientos requeridos = job specs.
    * conocimiento tácito = tacit knowledge, tacit knowledge, tacit knowledge.
    * conocimiento técnico = know-how, technical knowledge.
    * conocimiento teórico = declarative knowledge.
    * con poco conocimiento de las nuevas tecnologías = technologically challenged.
    * corpus de conocimiento = corpus of knowledge.
    * crear un fondo común de conocimientos = pool + knowledge.
    * cúmulo de conocimiento = repository of knowledge, knowledge repository.
    * decisión con conocimiento de causa = informed decision.
    * difundir el conocimiento = spread + knowledge.
    * director ejecutivo de la gestión del conocimiento = knowledge executive.
    * dominio del conocimiento = knowledge domain.
    * economía basada en el conocimiento = knowledge driven economy.
    * economía del conocimiento = knowledge economy.
    * Era del Conocimiento, la = Knowledge Age, the.
    * estructuración del conocimiento = knowledge structuring.
    * examinar los conocimientos = test + knowledge.
    * falta de conocimiento = unfamiliarity.
    * filtro del conocimiento = knowledge filter.
    * fomentar el conocimiento = advance + knowledge.
    * fondo común de conocimientos = pool of knowledge, pool of expertise.
    * frontera del conocimiento = frontier of knowledge.
    * fundamentos del conocimiento, los = foundations of knowledge, the.
    * gestión del conocimiento = knowledge management (KM).
    * gestor del conocimiento = knowledge worker, knowledge manager.
    * hacer avanzar el conocimiento = push back + the frontiers of knowledge.
    * hacer gala del conocimiento que uno tiene = air + knowledge.
    * hacer perder el conocimiento = knock + Nombre + out, knock + Nombre + unconscious.
    * hacer uso de un conocimiento = draw on/upon + knowledge.
    * impartir conocimiento = impart + knowledge.
    * inculcar conocimiento = instil + knowledge.
    * ingeniería del conocimiento = knowledge engineering.
    * ingeniero del conocimiento = knowledge engineer.
    * institucion del conocimiento = institution of learning.
    * intercambio de conocimientos = learning exchange, cross-fertilisation [cross-fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation of knowledge.
    * jefe de los servicios de gestión del conocimiento = chief knowledge officer (CKO).
    * metaconocimiento = meta-knowledge.
    * navegación por el conocimiento = knowledge navigation.
    * navegador del conocimiento = knowledge navigator.
    * obtener conocimiento = gain + an understanding.
    * ofrecer conocimiento = package + knowledge.
    * perder el conocimiento = lose + Posesivo + senses, pass out, lose + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * pérdida del conocimiento = unconsciousness, fainting, fainting fit, loss of consciousness.
    * personas sin conocimientos técnicos, las = non-technical, the.
    * presentar conocimiento = package + knowledge.
    * producto del conocimiento = knowledge record.
    * profundizar en el conocimiento = deepen + knowledge.
    * propagar el conocimiento = propagate + knowledge.
    * proporcionar conocimientos técnicos = supply + know-how.
    * quedarse sin conocimiento = lose + Posesivo + consciousness, pass out.
    * rama del conocimiento = branch of learning.
    * recobrar el conocimiento = regain + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * recuperar el conocimiento = regain + Posesivo + consciousness.
    * red de conocimiento = knowledge network.
    * servidor del conocimiento = knowledge server.
    * sin conocimiento = unconscious.
    * sin conocimiento de causa = unbeknown to, unbeknownst to.
    * sintetizar el conocimiento = synthesise + knowledge.
    * sistema basado en el conocimiento = knowledge-base system.
    * sistema de gestión del conocimiento = knowledge management system (KMS).
    * sociedad basada en el conocimiento = knowledge based society.
    * sociedad del conocimiento = knowledge society.
    * Sociedad para el Conocimiento Global = Global Knowledge Partnership.
    * suministrar conocimientos técnicos = supply + know-how.
    * tener conocimiento de = be privy to, be aware of.
    * toma de decisiones con conocimiento de causa = informed decision making.
    * tomar decisiones con conocimiento de causa = make + informed decisions.
    * transferencia de conocimiento = transfer of knowledge, knowledge transfer.
    * utilizar los conocimientos de Uno = put + Posesivo + knowledge to work.

    * * *
    A
    1 (saber) knowledge
    tiene algunos conocimientos de inglés he has some knowledge of English, he knows some English
    B ( frml)
    (información): dio conocimiento del suceso a las autoridades he informed o ( frml) apprised the authorities of the incident
    puso el hecho en conocimiento de la policía she informed the police of the incident, she reported the incident to the police
    pongo en su conocimiento que … ( Corresp) I am writing to inform you that …
    al tener conocimiento del suceso upon learning of the incident ( frml)
    a esas horas no se tenía todavía conocimiento de la noticia at that time we/they still had not heard the news
    ciertas personas tienen conocimiento de sus actividades certain people are aware of her activities
    llegar a conocimiento de algn to come to sb's attention o notice ( frml)
    con conocimiento de causa: obró con conocimiento de causa ( frml); he took this step, fully aware of what the consequences would be
    te lo digo con conocimiento de causa I know what I'm talking about
    Compuesto:
    bill of lading, waybill
    C (sentido) consciousness
    perder el conocimiento to lose consciousness
    cuando recobró el conocimiento when he regained consciousness, when he came to o round
    estar sin conocimiento to be unconscious
    D
    (entendimiento): aún es pequeño, no tiene todavía conocimiento he's not old enough to understand
    * * *

     

    conocimiento sustantivo masculino


    poner algo en conocimiento de algn to inform sb of sth;
    tener conocimiento de algo to be aware of sth

    perder/recobrar el conocimiento to lose/regain consciousness;

    estar sin conocimiento to be unconscious
    conocimiento sustantivo masculino
    1 knowledge
    2 (conciencia) consciousness
    3 conocimientos, knowledge
    ♦ Locuciones: perder/recobrar el conocimiento, to lose/regain consciousness
    con conocimiento de causa, with full knowledge of the facts
    ' conocimiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    braga
    - ciencia
    - conciencia
    - desfallecer
    - desvanecerse
    - dominio
    - error
    - orientación
    - parcela
    - revelar
    - sentida
    - sentido
    - experiencia
    - perder
    - pérdida
    - reanimar
    - recobrar
    - saber
    English:
    acquaintance
    - air
    - black out
    - blackout
    - cognizance
    - come to
    - comprehensive
    - consciousness
    - familiarity
    - grounding
    - improve
    - knock out
    - knowledge
    - notice
    - privy
    - recover
    - self-awareness
    - sketchy
    - superficial
    - thorough
    - unconsciousness
    - black
    - knock
    - know
    - pass
    * * *
    1. [saber] knowledge;
    hablar/actuar con conocimiento de causa to know what one is talking about/doing;
    puso el robo en conocimiento de la policía she informed the police of the burglary;
    ponemos en su conocimiento que se ha detectado un error en el programa this is to inform you that an error has been detected in the program;
    no teníamos conocimiento de su dimisión we were not aware that he had resigned;
    al tener conocimiento del accidente, acudió inmediatamente al hospital when she found out about the accident she immediately went to the hospital;
    ha llegado a mi conocimiento que estás insatisfecho it has come to my attention that you are not happy
    2.
    conocimientos [nociones] knowledge;
    tengo algunos conocimientos de informática I have some knowledge of computers, I know a bit about computers;
    nuestros conocimientos acerca de la enfermedad son muy limitados our knowledge of the disease is very limited, we know very little about the disease
    3. [sentido, conciencia] consciousness;
    perder el conocimiento to lose consciousness;
    recobrar el conocimiento to regain consciousness;
    estaba tumbado en el suelo, sin conocimiento he was lying unconscious on the floor
    4. [juicio] (common) sense;
    5. Com conocimiento de embarque bill of lading
    * * *
    m
    1 knowledge;
    con conocimiento de causa hacer algo fully aware of the consequences;
    para su conocimiento for your information;
    conocimientos pl ( nociones) knowledge sg
    2 MED consciousness;
    perder el conocimiento lose consciousness;
    sin conocimiento unconscious;
    recobrar el conocimiento regain consciousness
    * * *
    1) : knowledge
    2) sentido: consciousness
    * * *
    1. (en general) knowledge
    2. (sentido) consciousness

    Spanish-English dictionary > conocimiento

  • 707 conocimiento científico

    Ex. There will be emphasis on scientific knowledge rather than manual skills.
    * * *

    Ex: There will be emphasis on scientific knowledge rather than manual skills.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conocimiento científico

  • 708 consciente

    adj.
    conscious.
    ser consciente de to be aware of
    m.
    conscious mind, conscious level of the mind, conscious part of the mind.
    * * *
    1 conscious, aware
    2 MEDICINA conscious
    3 (responsable) reliable, responsible
    \
    estar consciente to be conscious
    ser consciente de algo to be aware of something
    * * *
    adj.
    aware, conscious
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1)
    2) (Med)
    3) (Jur) fully responsible
    4) (=sensato) responsible
    2.
    SM conscious, conscious mind
    * * *
    a) [estar] (Med) conscious
    b) (de problema, hecho)

    ser or (Chi, Méx) estar consciente de algo — to be aware o conscious of something

    una persona plenamente consciente de sus actos — a person who is fully responsible for his/her actions

    c) [ser] ( sensato) sensible; ( responsable) responsible
    * * *
    = conscientious, conscious, deliberate, knowing, sentient.
    Ex. Then the conscientious manager can help solve his problems without engaging in original laborious research or the risky practice of trial and error.
    Ex. Unless a conscious decision has been made to the contrary, the abstractor should not introduce any new biases or emphases.
    Ex. Deliberate mnemonics are devices which help the user to remember and recall the notation for given subjects.
    Ex. 'Much as I hate to admit it,' she added, her face creasing in a knowing smile, 'some of my best friends are librarians, and I can't get over how they tear their colleagues to shreds when they're together' = "Siento mucho admitirlo", ella añadió mientras su cara se arrugaba dibujándose en ella una sonrisa de complicidad, "algunos de mis mejores amigos son bibliotecarios y no puedo entender cómo critican a otros colegas suyos cuando se jutan".
    Ex. He lives in a world in which machines become sentient and begin to demand rights.
    ----
    * consciente de = cognisant of.
    * consciente de la importancia de la información = information conscious, information conscious.
    * consciente de los deberes de Uno = dutiful.
    * consciente de uno mismo = self-conscious.
    * hacer más consciente de Algo = heighten + awareness.
    * no ser consciente de = remain + unaware of.
    * ser consciente = sentient being.
    * ser consciente de = be alive to, be aware of, be cognisant of, be mindful of/that, become + cognisant of, be aware of, realise [realize, -USA].
    * ser consciente de + Posesivo + valía = be alive to + Posesivo + worth.
    * ser consciente + desafortunadamente = be painfully aware of.
    * sin ser consciente de ello = unbeknownst to, unbeknown to.
    * * *
    a) [estar] (Med) conscious
    b) (de problema, hecho)

    ser or (Chi, Méx) estar consciente de algo — to be aware o conscious of something

    una persona plenamente consciente de sus actos — a person who is fully responsible for his/her actions

    c) [ser] ( sensato) sensible; ( responsable) responsible
    * * *
    = conscientious, conscious, deliberate, knowing, sentient.

    Ex: Then the conscientious manager can help solve his problems without engaging in original laborious research or the risky practice of trial and error.

    Ex: Unless a conscious decision has been made to the contrary, the abstractor should not introduce any new biases or emphases.
    Ex: Deliberate mnemonics are devices which help the user to remember and recall the notation for given subjects.
    Ex: 'Much as I hate to admit it,' she added, her face creasing in a knowing smile, 'some of my best friends are librarians, and I can't get over how they tear their colleagues to shreds when they're together' = "Siento mucho admitirlo", ella añadió mientras su cara se arrugaba dibujándose en ella una sonrisa de complicidad, "algunos de mis mejores amigos son bibliotecarios y no puedo entender cómo critican a otros colegas suyos cuando se jutan".
    Ex: He lives in a world in which machines become sentient and begin to demand rights.
    * consciente de = cognisant of.
    * consciente de la importancia de la información = information conscious, information conscious.
    * consciente de los deberes de Uno = dutiful.
    * consciente de uno mismo = self-conscious.
    * hacer más consciente de Algo = heighten + awareness.
    * no ser consciente de = remain + unaware of.
    * ser consciente = sentient being.
    * ser consciente de = be alive to, be aware of, be cognisant of, be mindful of/that, become + cognisant of, be aware of, realise [realize, -USA].
    * ser consciente de + Posesivo + valía = be alive to + Posesivo + worth.
    * ser consciente + desafortunadamente = be painfully aware of.
    * sin ser consciente de ello = unbeknownst to, unbeknown to.

    * * *
    1 [ ESTAR] ( Med) conscious
    2 (de un problema, hecho) ser or ( AmL) estar consciente DE algo to be aware o conscious OF sth
    no era or no estaba consciente de lo que hacía she was not aware o conscious of what she was doing
    una persona plenamente consciente de sus actos a person who is fully responsible for his/her actions
    3 [ SER] (sensato) sensible; (responsable) responsible
    * * *

     

    consciente adjetivo
    a) [estar] (Med) conscious

    b) (de problema, hecho) ser or (Chi, Méx) estar consciente de algo to be aware o conscious of sth

    c) [ser] ( sensato) sensible;

    ( responsable) responsible
    consciente adjetivo
    1 conscious, aware
    2 Med conscious
    ' consciente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    sensibilizar
    English:
    awake
    - aware
    - conscious
    - consequence
    - magnetic
    - mindful
    - dutiful
    - unaware
    - unconscious
    - unwittingly
    * * *
    1. [despierto] conscious;
    estar consciente to be conscious
    2.
    ser consciente de [darse cuenta de] to be aware of;
    no era consciente de lo que hacía he was not aware of what he was doing
    * * *
    adj
    1 MED conscious
    2
    :
    consciente de aware of, conscious of;
    ser consciente de algo be aware o conscious of sth
    * * *
    : conscious, aware
    * * *
    consciente adj aware / conscious

    Spanish-English dictionary > consciente

  • 709 consecuencia nefasta

    Ex. This philosophic novelette dramatizes the conflict between love and reason in the education of the young, showing the disastrous effects of a rigidly scientific pedagogy.
    * * *

    Ex: This philosophic novelette dramatizes the conflict between love and reason in the education of the young, showing the disastrous effects of a rigidly scientific pedagogy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > consecuencia nefasta

  • 710 consecuencia profunda

    Ex. Research indicates that suicide notes have a profound effect on the grief of those who read them.
    * * *

    Ex: Research indicates that suicide notes have a profound effect on the grief of those who read them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > consecuencia profunda

  • 711 conseguir apoyo

    (v.) = mobilise + support, win + support, line up + support, gain + support
    Ex. All the workers are volunteers and can mobilize a great deal of support for particular local issues.
    Ex. The quality and extent of service a librarian can provide and the immediate value to the company will win substantial recognition and support for the library in general.
    Ex. One way of demonstrating to management the need for an information service is by lining up support within the company.
    Ex. In 1849, Nicolas Marie Alexandre Vattemare, a French ventriloquist, impersonator and philanthropist came to North Carolina to gain support for his system of literary and scientific exchanges.
    * * *
    (v.) = mobilise + support, win + support, line up + support, gain + support

    Ex: All the workers are volunteers and can mobilize a great deal of support for particular local issues.

    Ex: The quality and extent of service a librarian can provide and the immediate value to the company will win substantial recognition and support for the library in general.
    Ex: One way of demonstrating to management the need for an information service is by lining up support within the company.
    Ex: In 1849, Nicolas Marie Alexandre Vattemare, a French ventriloquist, impersonator and philanthropist came to North Carolina to gain support for his system of literary and scientific exchanges.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conseguir apoyo

  • 712 conseguir una buena formación en

    (v.) = get + a good grounding on
    Ex. Provided that the methods taught are applied rigorously, the student gets a good grounding in elementary research methods and he learns to handle information.
    * * *
    (v.) = get + a good grounding on

    Ex: Provided that the methods taught are applied rigorously, the student gets a good grounding in elementary research methods and he learns to handle information.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conseguir una buena formación en

  • 713 conseguir éxitos y fracasos

    (v.) = encounter + problems and successes
    Ex. This article describes the problems and successes encountered in the use of an interactive video system for teaching basic library research skills.
    * * *
    (v.) = encounter + problems and successes

    Ex: This article describes the problems and successes encountered in the use of an interactive video system for teaching basic library research skills.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conseguir éxitos y fracasos

  • 714 consejo editorial

    (n.) = editorial board, editorial team, board of editors, editorial advisory board
    Ex. The editorial board of the journal, which is devoted to the theory and practice of archiving, consists of leading specialists in the field.
    Ex. And it has to be recognized that the very popularity of the scheme will always act as a brake on the most radical editorial team.
    Ex. Some members of the Board of Editors of Library & Information Science Research think that in recent years both the literature and the professional practice of librarianship have shown a shift away from research.
    Ex. Our editorial advisory boards are more than mere window dressing; they're working boards.
    * * *
    (n.) = editorial board, editorial team, board of editors, editorial advisory board

    Ex: The editorial board of the journal, which is devoted to the theory and practice of archiving, consists of leading specialists in the field.

    Ex: And it has to be recognized that the very popularity of the scheme will always act as a brake on the most radical editorial team.
    Ex: Some members of the Board of Editors of Library & Information Science Research think that in recent years both the literature and the professional practice of librarianship have shown a shift away from research.
    Ex: Our editorial advisory boards are more than mere window dressing; they're working boards.

    Spanish-English dictionary > consejo editorial

  • 715 conservación

    f.
    1 conservation, conservancy, maintenance, keeping.
    2 canning.
    3 storage.
    * * *
    1 (de alimentos) preservation
    2 (calor etc) conservation
    3 (mantenimiento) maintenance, upkeep
    \
    instinto de conservación instinct of self-preservation
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) [del medio ambiente] conservation
    2) (Culin) preservation
    3) (Arquit) maintenance, upkeep
    * * *
    a) ( de alimentos) preserving
    b) (Ecol) conservation
    c) (de monumentos, obras de arte) preservation

    el cuadro se halla en mal estado de conservación — the painting is in a bad state of repair; instinto

    * * *
    = conservation, preservation, retention, self-preservation.
    Ex. For example, the latter are unlikely to engage themselves in conservation issues as these now press upon the professional consciousness of librarians.
    Ex. RLIN (Research Libraries Information Network) is a system used by the Research Libraries Group (RLG), a group dedicated to resolving common problems in collection development, management, access and preservation.
    Ex. Even in prisons nowadays the enlightened gaoler aims at more than custodial retention: he aims at education.
    Ex. The desire for institutional self-preservation rules out this alternative.
    ----
    * área de conservación del patrimonio = heritage field.
    * bibliotecario de conservación = preservation librarian.
    * Conferencia Panafricana sobre Preservacion y Conservación de Material Bibli = Pan-African Conference on the Preservation and Conservation of Library and Archival Materials.
    * conservación de alimentos = food preservation.
    * conservación de archivos = archival preservation.
    * conservación de documentos electrónicos = electronic document preservation, electronic document preservation.
    * conservación de la web = Web archiving.
    * conservación digital = digital preservation, digital archiving.
    * conservación en formato electrónico = electronic preservation [e-preservation].
    * conservación en frío = cold storage.
    * conservación preventiva = preventive conservation, preventive preservation.
    * desde el punto de vista de la conservación = preservationally.
    * especialista en conservación = preservationist, conservationist.
    * especialista en conservación de libros = book conservation specialist.
    * experto en conservación = preservationist.
    * gestión y conservación de documentos electrónicos = electronic document preservation and management.
    * instinto de conservación = instinct of self-preservation, survival information.
    * institución dedicada a la conservación del patrimonio = memory institution.
    * institución para el estudio y la conservación del patrimonio = heritage organisation.
    * laboratorio de conservación = conservation laboratory.
    * plan de conservación = conservation plan.
    * política de conservación = preservation policy, conservation policy.
    * producto para la conservación = preservative.
    * relativo a la conservación = curational.
    * responsable de la conservación = preservation officer.
    * * *
    a) ( de alimentos) preserving
    b) (Ecol) conservation
    c) (de monumentos, obras de arte) preservation

    el cuadro se halla en mal estado de conservación — the painting is in a bad state of repair; instinto

    * * *
    = conservation, preservation, retention, self-preservation.

    Ex: For example, the latter are unlikely to engage themselves in conservation issues as these now press upon the professional consciousness of librarians.

    Ex: RLIN (Research Libraries Information Network) is a system used by the Research Libraries Group (RLG), a group dedicated to resolving common problems in collection development, management, access and preservation.
    Ex: Even in prisons nowadays the enlightened gaoler aims at more than custodial retention: he aims at education.
    Ex: The desire for institutional self-preservation rules out this alternative.
    * área de conservación del patrimonio = heritage field.
    * bibliotecario de conservación = preservation librarian.
    * Conferencia Panafricana sobre Preservacion y Conservación de Material Bibli = Pan-African Conference on the Preservation and Conservation of Library and Archival Materials.
    * conservación de alimentos = food preservation.
    * conservación de archivos = archival preservation.
    * conservación de documentos electrónicos = electronic document preservation, electronic document preservation.
    * conservación de la web = Web archiving.
    * conservación digital = digital preservation, digital archiving.
    * conservación en formato electrónico = electronic preservation [e-preservation].
    * conservación en frío = cold storage.
    * conservación preventiva = preventive conservation, preventive preservation.
    * desde el punto de vista de la conservación = preservationally.
    * especialista en conservación = preservationist, conservationist.
    * especialista en conservación de libros = book conservation specialist.
    * experto en conservación = preservationist.
    * gestión y conservación de documentos electrónicos = electronic document preservation and management.
    * instinto de conservación = instinct of self-preservation, survival information.
    * institución dedicada a la conservación del patrimonio = memory institution.
    * institución para el estudio y la conservación del patrimonio = heritage organisation.
    * laboratorio de conservación = conservation laboratory.
    * plan de conservación = conservation plan.
    * política de conservación = preservation policy, conservation policy.
    * producto para la conservación = preservative.
    * relativo a la conservación = curational.
    * responsable de la conservación = preservation officer.

    * * *
    1 (de alimentos) preserving
    2 ( Ecol) conservation
    la conservación de especies protegidas the protection o conservation of endangered species
    3 ( Arquit, Art) preservation
    la conservación de nuestros monumentos históricos the conservation o preservation of our historical monuments
    el cuadro se halla en un lamentable estado de conservación the painting is in a terrible state of repair o preservation
    * * *

    conservación sustantivo femenino

    b) (Ecol) conservation

    c) (de monumentos, obras de arte) preservation

    conservación sustantivo femenino
    1 (cuidado) maintenance, upkeep
    2 (de un bosque, especie) conservation
    3 (de un alimento) preservation
    ' conservación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ministerio
    - instinto
    English:
    conservation
    - nature conservation
    - preservation
    - self
    * * *
    1. [de alimentos] preservation
    2. [de costumbres, patrimonio] conservation;
    [de bosques, animales] conservation conservación de la energía energy conservation;
    conservación del medio ambiente environmental conservation;
    conservación de la naturaleza nature conservation
    3. [mantenimiento] maintenance;
    en buen/mal estado de conservación in good/bad condition
    * * *
    f
    1 de alimentos preservation
    2 de edificios, especies conservation
    * * *
    conservación nf, pl - ciones : conservation, preservation
    * * *
    1. (ecología) conservation
    2. (de alimentos, etc) preservation

    Spanish-English dictionary > conservación

  • 716 considerable

    adj.
    considerable (grande).
    Un salario sustancioso A handsome salary.
    * * *
    1 considerable
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    * * *
    adjetivo considerable
    * * *
    = considerable, significantly, substantial, acute, appreciable, major, goodly [goodlier -comp., goodliest -sup.], hefty [heftier -comp., heftiest -sup.], meaty [meatier -comp., meatiest -sup.].
    Ex. The need to become familiar with different command languages for different hosts is a considerable barrier to effective retrieval.
    Ex. The problem of their citation looms less significantly in abstracting and indexing products than that of the citation of periodical articles.
    Ex. This data base will eventually become a very substantial bibliographic data base.
    Ex. In some areas of study, notably the social sciences, the problems vocabulary are acute.
    Ex. Cannabis often shows no appreciable effects the first time it is taken.
    Ex. In the face of present priorities and staff commitments, the Library feels that it cannot undertake a comprehensive study of the subject heading system that would pave the way for a major restructuring of the system.
    Ex. However, we must not forget the book which the critics acclaim and which also sells in goodly numbers.
    Ex. Research publication had to adopt the same economic model as trade publication, and research libraries the world over paid the hefty price = Las publicaciones científicas tuvieron que adoptar el mismo modelo económico que las publicaciones comerciales y las bibliotecas universitarias de todo el mundo pagaron un precio elevado.
    Ex. We want Robyn to write about really meaty issues every week, instead of talking about spousal abuse.
    ----
    * de forma considerable = considerably.
    * * *
    adjetivo considerable
    * * *
    = considerable, significantly, substantial, acute, appreciable, major, goodly [goodlier -comp., goodliest -sup.], hefty [heftier -comp., heftiest -sup.], meaty [meatier -comp., meatiest -sup.].

    Ex: The need to become familiar with different command languages for different hosts is a considerable barrier to effective retrieval.

    Ex: The problem of their citation looms less significantly in abstracting and indexing products than that of the citation of periodical articles.
    Ex: This data base will eventually become a very substantial bibliographic data base.
    Ex: In some areas of study, notably the social sciences, the problems vocabulary are acute.
    Ex: Cannabis often shows no appreciable effects the first time it is taken.
    Ex: In the face of present priorities and staff commitments, the Library feels that it cannot undertake a comprehensive study of the subject heading system that would pave the way for a major restructuring of the system.
    Ex: However, we must not forget the book which the critics acclaim and which also sells in goodly numbers.
    Ex: Research publication had to adopt the same economic model as trade publication, and research libraries the world over paid the hefty price = Las publicaciones científicas tuvieron que adoptar el mismo modelo económico que las publicaciones comerciales y las bibliotecas universitarias de todo el mundo pagaron un precio elevado.
    Ex: We want Robyn to write about really meaty issues every week, instead of talking about spousal abuse.
    * de forma considerable = considerably.

    * * *
    ‹pérdidas› considerable, heavy; ‹cantidad/ganancia/cambios› considerable, substantial; ‹importancia/éxito› considerable
    la tormenta causó considerables daños the storm caused considerable o extensive damage
    revelaciones de considerable importancia revelations of some o of considerable importance
    * * *

    considerable adjetivo
    considerable
    considerable adjetivo considerable: he hecho un considerable esfuerzo por no interrumpirte, I have made a great effort not to interrupt you
    ' considerable' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bonita
    - bonito
    - buena
    - bueno
    - consideración
    - cuantiosa
    - cuantioso
    - estimable
    - importante
    - respetable
    - suma
    - tomo
    - apreciable
    - bastante
    - sensible
    English:
    advance
    - amok
    - considerable
    - fair
    - handsome
    - hefty
    - major
    - sizable
    - sizeable
    - substantial
    - tidy
    - commanding
    - commuter
    - contention
    - good
    - length
    - steep
    * * *
    [grande] [diferencias, aumento] considerable; [avance] significant; [oferta] substantial; [desperfectos] considerable, extensive;
    supone un considerable ahorro it means a substantial saving;
    llegó primero, a considerable distancia del segundo he arrived first, a long way ahead of the person who came second
    * * *
    adj considerable
    * * *
    : considerable
    * * *
    considerable adj considerable

    Spanish-English dictionary > considerable

  • 717 considerar

    v.
    1 to consider (pensar en).
    bien considerado, creo que tienes razón on reflection, I think you're right
    El chico considera a su madre The boy has regard for=considers his mother.
    Ricardo considera la propuesta de María Richard considers Ann's proposal.
    2 to esteem, to treat with respect.
    3 to consider to.
    Ella considera mejor ir al teatro She considers best to go to the theater.
    4 to consider oneself to.
    Considero estar listo I consider myself to be ready.
    * * *
    1 (reflexionar) to consider, think over, think about
    2 (tomar en consideración) to take into account
    3 (respetar) to treat with consideration, respect
    4 (juzgar) to judge, regard, deem
    1 to consider oneself
    \
    considerando que considering that, considering
    * * *
    verb
    2) deem
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=reflexionar sobre) to consider

    considera las ventajas y los inconvenientes de tu decisiónthink about o consider the advantages and disadvantages of your decision

    2) (=tener en cuenta)

    considerando lo que cuesta, la calidad podría ser mejor — considering what it costs, the quality could be better

    3) (=creer)

    considerar algo/a algn (como) — + adj to consider sth/sb to be + adj

    se le considera culpable del robohe is believed to be o considered to be guilty of the robbery

    se le considera como uno de los grandes pintores de este siglohe is considered (to be) o regarded as one of the great painters of this century

    lo considero hijo míoI look on him o regard him as my own son

    considerar que — to believe that, consider that

    considero que deberíamos hacer algoI believe o consider that we should do something

    4) (Jur)

    considerando... — whereas... ( word with which each item in a judgement begins)

    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) <asunto/posibilidad/oferta> to consider; <ventajas/consecuencias> to weigh up, consider

    tenemos que considerar que... — we must take into account that...

    b) (frml) ( tratar con respeto) to show consideration for, to consider
    2) (frml) (juzgar, creer) (+ compl) to consider
    2.
    considerarse v pron persona ( juzgarse) (+ compl) to consider oneself
    * * *
    = consider (as), contemplate, deem, envisage, judge, look at, perceive, reckon, regard as, see as, take into + consideration, take to + be, treat, view, weigh, take + stock of, see, look to as, see about, look upon, give + (some) thought to, have + regard for, class, hold out as, weigh up, look toward(s), flirt, adjudge, believe, look to.
    Ex. A book index is an alphabetically arranged list of words or terms leading the reader to the numbers of pages on which specific topics are considered, or on which specific names appear.
    Ex. These details are primarily useful as a record of expenditure or to organisations or individuals contemplating the purchase of a work.
    Ex. If a corporate body is deemed to have some intellectual responsibility for the content of a work, then the name of that body will usually feature as a heading on either a main or added entry.
    Ex. It is fairly common to have to modify a standard list, or compile a fresh list when a new application is envisaged.
    Ex. Nevertheless, whatever the basis for the major enumerative schemes they must be judged for their suitability for application in current libraries.
    Ex. This article looks at three interrelated issues regarding on-line services based on the recent literature.
    Ex. Many of the early systems were perceived as replacements for manual techniques.
    Ex. Book form is easy to use, readable, and reckoned to be an acceptable format for many users.
    Ex. In particular LCC has been regarded as suitable for the classification of large general libraries, and specifically those large libraries that have been established for research purposes.
    Ex. It is easiest to see the comments in this section as pertaining to controlled indexing languages.
    Ex. A certain number of days is to be added to today's date to calculate the date due, taking into consideration the dates the library is closed.
    Ex. An abridgement is usually taken to be a condensation that necessarily omits a number of secondary points.
    Ex. In troubleshooting, it is important to treat the cause as well as the symptom of the problem = En la solución de problemas, es importante tratar tanto la causa como el síntoma del problema.
    Ex. Many librarians viewed AACR1 as such a significant improvement upon its predecessors, that they were content.
    Ex. Examines the advantages and disadvantages of approval plans suggesting that each library must carefully weigh them in order to determine its own best course of action.
    Ex. The conference took stock of development within information technology, outlined new ways for its use and presented projects.
    Ex. When balls were compared with rollers in the ninenteenth century, their chief disadvantage was seen to be their cost: they were relatively uneconomical of ink.
    Ex. From the impressive library of his mansion home on Beacon Hill, Ticknor ruled over Boston's intellectual life and was looked to as the leading arbiter of intellectual and social life in that great city.
    Ex. The head of reference told me that he's going to see about a dress code for the staff, prohibiting slacks for women.
    Ex. Ticknor, we are told, was a liberal and democrat who welcomed change and looked upon human nature with great optimism.
    Ex. I encourage the reader to give thought to the longer case studies that have appeared in the library press.
    Ex. The apparent success of the project suggests it can be used or adapted for other members of the beef industry, having regard for their particular circumstances = El aparente éxito del proyecto sugiere que se puede utilizar o adaptar para otros miembros de la industria del ganado bovino, teniendo en cuenta sus circunstancias particulares.
    Ex. 30 million Americans are classed as functionally illiterate.
    Ex. Community information services seem light years away from the kind of electronic wizardry that is held out as the brave new information world of tomorrow.
    Ex. The author weighs up whether a dumbing down has taken place in the UK tabloid and broadsheet press.
    Ex. Libraries are looking towards some sort of cooperative system.
    Ex. The author examines key passages in the 1941 Nietzsche lectures where Heidegger appears to flirt with the possibility of a more primordial sense of existence.
    Ex. National library associations should look for sponsors who will publish manuscripts they have adjudged to have met international standards.
    Ex. The preferred citation order should be that order which is believed to match the approach of many users who can be expected to retrieve information on the topic.
    Ex. If you're looking to refinish and waterproof some outdoor furniture you might want to consider using teak oil.
    ----
    * bien considerado = all things considered.
    * considerando = in view of.
    * considerar adecuado = judge + suitable, consider + appropriate.
    * considerar Algo = be under consideration.
    * considerar apropiado = consider + appropriate.
    * considerar como = class.
    * considerar como posible = entertain as + a possibility.
    * considerar desde una perspectiva = hold + perspective on.
    * considerar en detalle = consider + at length.
    * considerar en su justa medida = see + in proportion.
    * considerar importante = hold + Nombre + dear.
    * considerar + Infinitivo = view as + Gerundio.
    * considerar la posibilidad = entertain + the possibility.
    * considerar las consecuencias = weigh + implications.
    * considerar las posibilidades de algo = consider + possibilities.
    * considerar oportuno = consider + appropriate.
    * considerar peligroso = see + danger.
    * considerar pertinente = consider + appropriate.
    * considerar que significa = take to + mean.
    * considerarse = be known as, set + Reflexivo + up as, go down as.
    * considerarse afortunado = consider + Reflexivo + lucky, count + Reflexivo + lucky, think + Reflexivo + lucky.
    * considerar un problema = consider + problem.
    * merecer la pena considerar más detalladamente = repay + full consideration.
    * seguir considerando = consider + further.
    * volver a considerar = reconsider.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) <asunto/posibilidad/oferta> to consider; <ventajas/consecuencias> to weigh up, consider

    tenemos que considerar que... — we must take into account that...

    b) (frml) ( tratar con respeto) to show consideration for, to consider
    2) (frml) (juzgar, creer) (+ compl) to consider
    2.
    considerarse v pron persona ( juzgarse) (+ compl) to consider oneself
    * * *
    = consider (as), contemplate, deem, envisage, judge, look at, perceive, reckon, regard as, see as, take into + consideration, take to + be, treat, view, weigh, take + stock of, see, look to as, see about, look upon, give + (some) thought to, have + regard for, class, hold out as, weigh up, look toward(s), flirt, adjudge, believe, look to.

    Ex: A book index is an alphabetically arranged list of words or terms leading the reader to the numbers of pages on which specific topics are considered, or on which specific names appear.

    Ex: These details are primarily useful as a record of expenditure or to organisations or individuals contemplating the purchase of a work.
    Ex: If a corporate body is deemed to have some intellectual responsibility for the content of a work, then the name of that body will usually feature as a heading on either a main or added entry.
    Ex: It is fairly common to have to modify a standard list, or compile a fresh list when a new application is envisaged.
    Ex: Nevertheless, whatever the basis for the major enumerative schemes they must be judged for their suitability for application in current libraries.
    Ex: This article looks at three interrelated issues regarding on-line services based on the recent literature.
    Ex: Many of the early systems were perceived as replacements for manual techniques.
    Ex: Book form is easy to use, readable, and reckoned to be an acceptable format for many users.
    Ex: In particular LCC has been regarded as suitable for the classification of large general libraries, and specifically those large libraries that have been established for research purposes.
    Ex: It is easiest to see the comments in this section as pertaining to controlled indexing languages.
    Ex: A certain number of days is to be added to today's date to calculate the date due, taking into consideration the dates the library is closed.
    Ex: An abridgement is usually taken to be a condensation that necessarily omits a number of secondary points.
    Ex: In troubleshooting, it is important to treat the cause as well as the symptom of the problem = En la solución de problemas, es importante tratar tanto la causa como el síntoma del problema.
    Ex: Many librarians viewed AACR1 as such a significant improvement upon its predecessors, that they were content.
    Ex: Examines the advantages and disadvantages of approval plans suggesting that each library must carefully weigh them in order to determine its own best course of action.
    Ex: The conference took stock of development within information technology, outlined new ways for its use and presented projects.
    Ex: When balls were compared with rollers in the ninenteenth century, their chief disadvantage was seen to be their cost: they were relatively uneconomical of ink.
    Ex: From the impressive library of his mansion home on Beacon Hill, Ticknor ruled over Boston's intellectual life and was looked to as the leading arbiter of intellectual and social life in that great city.
    Ex: The head of reference told me that he's going to see about a dress code for the staff, prohibiting slacks for women.
    Ex: Ticknor, we are told, was a liberal and democrat who welcomed change and looked upon human nature with great optimism.
    Ex: I encourage the reader to give thought to the longer case studies that have appeared in the library press.
    Ex: The apparent success of the project suggests it can be used or adapted for other members of the beef industry, having regard for their particular circumstances = El aparente éxito del proyecto sugiere que se puede utilizar o adaptar para otros miembros de la industria del ganado bovino, teniendo en cuenta sus circunstancias particulares.
    Ex: 30 million Americans are classed as functionally illiterate.
    Ex: Community information services seem light years away from the kind of electronic wizardry that is held out as the brave new information world of tomorrow.
    Ex: The author weighs up whether a dumbing down has taken place in the UK tabloid and broadsheet press.
    Ex: Libraries are looking towards some sort of cooperative system.
    Ex: The author examines key passages in the 1941 Nietzsche lectures where Heidegger appears to flirt with the possibility of a more primordial sense of existence.
    Ex: National library associations should look for sponsors who will publish manuscripts they have adjudged to have met international standards.
    Ex: The preferred citation order should be that order which is believed to match the approach of many users who can be expected to retrieve information on the topic.
    Ex: If you're looking to refinish and waterproof some outdoor furniture you might want to consider using teak oil.
    * bien considerado = all things considered.
    * considerando = in view of.
    * considerar adecuado = judge + suitable, consider + appropriate.
    * considerar Algo = be under consideration.
    * considerar apropiado = consider + appropriate.
    * considerar como = class.
    * considerar como posible = entertain as + a possibility.
    * considerar desde una perspectiva = hold + perspective on.
    * considerar en detalle = consider + at length.
    * considerar en su justa medida = see + in proportion.
    * considerar importante = hold + Nombre + dear.
    * considerar + Infinitivo = view as + Gerundio.
    * considerar la posibilidad = entertain + the possibility.
    * considerar las consecuencias = weigh + implications.
    * considerar las posibilidades de algo = consider + possibilities.
    * considerar oportuno = consider + appropriate.
    * considerar peligroso = see + danger.
    * considerar pertinente = consider + appropriate.
    * considerar que significa = take to + mean.
    * considerarse = be known as, set + Reflexivo + up as, go down as.
    * considerarse afortunado = consider + Reflexivo + lucky, count + Reflexivo + lucky, think + Reflexivo + lucky.
    * considerar un problema = consider + problem.
    * merecer la pena considerar más detalladamente = repay + full consideration.
    * seguir considerando = consider + further.
    * volver a considerar = reconsider.

    * * *
    considerar [A1 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹asunto/posibilidad› to consider; ‹oferta› to consider, give … consideration; ‹ventajas/consecuencias› to weigh up, consider
    considera los pros y los contras weigh up the pros and cons
    bien considerado, creo que … all things considered, I think that …
    tenemos que considerar que ésta es su primera infracción we must take into account that this is her first offense
    considerando que ha estado enfermo considering (that) he's been ill
    2 ( frml) (tratar con respeto) to show consideration for, to consider
    B ( frml) (juzgar, creer) (+ compl) to consider
    fue considerado como una provocación it was considered (to be) o ( frml) deemed (to be) provocative
    eso se considera de mala educación that's considered bad manners
    considero casi imposible que podamos llegar a un acuerdo I believe it is o I consider it to be almost impossible for us to reach an agreement
    se le considera responsable del secuestro he is believed to be responsible for the kidnapping
    está muy bien considerado he is very highly regarded
    «persona» (juzgarse) (+ compl) to consider oneself
    se considera afortunado he considers himself (to be) very fortunate o lucky
    * * *

     

    considerar ( conjugate considerar) verbo transitivoasunto/posibilidad/oferta to consider;
    ventajas/consecuencias to weigh up, consider;

    tenemos que considerar que … we must take into account that …;
    eso se considera de mala educación that's considered bad manners;
    está muy bien considerado he is very highly regarded
    considerarse verbo pronominal [ persona] ( juzgarse) to consider oneself;
    se considera afortunado he considers himself (to be) lucky
    considerar verbo transitivo to consider: lo considera un genio, she thinks he's a genius ➣ Ver nota en consider

    ' considerar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    archivar
    - barajar
    - cada
    - dar
    - discutir
    - encontrar
    - estimar
    - homologar
    - óptica
    - pararse
    - plantearse
    - ponderar
    - reparar
    - tantear
    - tener
    - tratar
    - ver
    - catalogar
    - estudiar
    - juzgar
    - llamar
    - medir
    - meditar
    - mirar
    - pensar
    - plantear
    English:
    account
    - class
    - consider
    - contemplate
    - count
    - debate
    - entertain
    - judge
    - ponder
    - rate
    - reckon
    - regard
    - see
    - think over
    - think through
    - treat
    - view
    - come
    - conceive
    - deem
    - feel
    - hold
    - look
    - think
    - weigh
    * * *
    vt
    1. [pensar en] to consider;
    hay que considerar que es la primera vez que lo intentamos you should take into account that this is the first time we've tried to do it;
    consideré la posibilidad de presentarme, pero al final desistí I thought about applying but in the end I gave up the idea
    2. [juzgar, estimar] to believe, to think;
    no quiso considerar mi propuesta she wouldn't consider my proposal;
    bien considerado, creo que tienes razón on reflection, I think you're right;
    considero que se han equivocado I believe they've made a mistake
    3. [respetar] to esteem, to treat with respect;
    sus compañeros lo consideran mucho his colleagues have a high regard for him o think highly of him
    * * *
    v/t consider
    * * *
    1) : to consider, to think over
    2) : to judge, to deem
    3) : to treat with respect
    * * *
    1. (relexionar) to consider / to think about [pt. & pp. thought]
    2. (juzgar) to regard / to think

    Spanish-English dictionary > considerar

  • 718 constancia

    f.
    hacer algo con constancia to persevere with something
    2 record (testimonio).
    3 note, declaratory note, written declaration.
    4 constancy, tenacity, persistence, perseverance.
    5 proof, evidence.
    * * *
    1 (perseverancia) constancy, perseverance
    2 (evidencia) evidence, proof
    \
    dejar constancia de algo (registrar) to put something on record 2 (probar) to prove something
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=perseverancia) perseverance
    2) (=evidencia)

    escribo para dar o dejar constancia de estos hechos — I am writing to put these facts on record

    3) LAm (=comprobante) documentary proof, written evidence
    * * *
    1) ( perseverancia) perseverance
    2)
    a) ( prueba) proof

    dejar constancia de algo — (en registro, acta) to record something (in writing); ( verbalmente) to state something; ( atestiguar) to prove something

    que quede constancia que... — I would like the record to show that...

    b) (AmL) ( documento) documentary o written evidence
    * * *
    = assiduousness, constancy, tenacity.
    Ex. Of course, the extent to which individual libraries are able to satisfy academic needs for access to material depends partially upon the assiduousness with which it has been collected.
    Ex. The age of cited literature appears to be dependent on the growth of the literature, the high percentage of citations to recent papers, and the relative constancy with which particular papers are cited in successive years.
    Ex. Conducting research in an academic library which requires more time and tenacity than many people have.
    ----
    * dejar constancia de = record.
    * del que se tiene constancia = recorded.
    * existir constancia de = anecdotal record, anecdotal evidence.
    * mantener constancia de = keep + record of.
    * no tener constancia de Algo = unrecorded.
    * para que quede constancia = for the record.
    * sin constancia de ello = unrecorded.
    * * *
    1) ( perseverancia) perseverance
    2)
    a) ( prueba) proof

    dejar constancia de algo — (en registro, acta) to record something (in writing); ( verbalmente) to state something; ( atestiguar) to prove something

    que quede constancia que... — I would like the record to show that...

    b) (AmL) ( documento) documentary o written evidence
    * * *
    = assiduousness, constancy, tenacity.

    Ex: Of course, the extent to which individual libraries are able to satisfy academic needs for access to material depends partially upon the assiduousness with which it has been collected.

    Ex: The age of cited literature appears to be dependent on the growth of the literature, the high percentage of citations to recent papers, and the relative constancy with which particular papers are cited in successive years.
    Ex: Conducting research in an academic library which requires more time and tenacity than many people have.
    * dejar constancia de = record.
    * del que se tiene constancia = recorded.
    * existir constancia de = anecdotal record, anecdotal evidence.
    * mantener constancia de = keep + record of.
    * no tener constancia de Algo = unrecorded.
    * para que quede constancia = for the record.
    * sin constancia de ello = unrecorded.

    * * *
    A (perseverancia) perseverance
    B
    1 (prueba) proof
    no hay/no tenemos constancia de ello there is no/we have no proof of it
    una carta en la que dejaba constancia de su agradecimiento a letter in which she expressed her gratitude
    que quede constancia que yo me opuse I would like the record to show o I would like to place on record that I was opposed
    2 ( AmL) (documento) documentary o written evidence
    * * *

     

    constancia sustantivo femenino
    1 ( perseverancia) perseverance
    2 ( prueba) proof;
    dejar constancia de algo (en registro, acta) to record sth (in writing);
    ( verbalmente) to state sth;
    ( atestiguar) to prove sth
    constancia sustantivo femenino
    1 constancy, perseverance
    2 (prueba) proof, evidence: la autora deja constancia del rechazo popular, the author gives evidence of the popular disapproval
    el polvo dejaba constancia del olvido, the dust was proof of neglect
    ' constancia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    constatar
    - firme
    - tenacidad
    English:
    record
    - go
    * * *
    1. [perseverancia] [en una empresa] perseverance;
    [en las ideas, opiniones] steadfastness;
    hacer algo con constancia to persevere with sth;
    es una persona con constancia she's the sort of person who always perseveres
    2. [testimonio] record;
    dejar constancia de algo [registrar] to put sth on record;
    [probar] to demonstrate sth;
    quiero dejar constancia de mi desacuerdo I want it to go on record that I disagree;
    tengo constancia de que estuvo aquí I know for a fact that she was here;
    no he tenido constancia de su nombramiento I haven't had confirmation of his appointment
    3. Am [certificado] certificate;
    constancia de estudios academic record, US transcript
    * * *
    f
    1 constancy
    2
    :
    dejar constancia de leave a record of;
    tengo constancia de que I have evidence o proof that
    * * *
    1) prueba: proof, certainty
    2) : record, evidence
    que quede constancia: for the record
    3) : perseverance, constancy
    * * *
    constancia n evidence / record

    Spanish-English dictionary > constancia

  • 719 constantemente

    adv.
    1 constantly, firmly, unalterably.
    2 evidently, undoubtedly.
    * * *
    1 constantly
    la gente entraba y salía constantemente people were constantly going in and out, people kept going in and out all the time
    * * *
    * * *
    = consistently, constantly, steadily, continually, persistently, hourly, all the way through, day in and day out, permanently.
    Ex. Punctuation must be established and be adopted consistently.
    Ex. They point out that, 'The Library of Congress faces problems in the integration of new copy on a monumental scale, with the result that it is constantly revising its retrospective file'.
    Ex. Rather readers grow by fits and starts now rushing ahead, now lying fallow, and now moving steadily on.
    Ex. The real object of education is to leave a man in the condition of continually asking questions.
    Ex. The modern trend of persistently growing subscription prices to scientific journals is due to the tremendous increase in the manufacturing cost per page.
    Ex. Events such as the bloody confrontation in Tiananmen Square, political campaigns, military conflicts and other such events are becoming everyday occurrences that hourly revise global affairs and exert their influence on local circumstances.
    Ex. All the way through, the Jews are portrayed as bloodthirsty.
    Ex. People with diabetes have to do it every day, day in and day out.
    Ex. A modem is permanently wired, and converts digital messages which the terminal and computer understand into analogue messages capable of being transmitted down telephone lines.
    ----
    * regañar constantemente = nag (at).
    * * *
    = consistently, constantly, steadily, continually, persistently, hourly, all the way through, day in and day out, permanently.

    Ex: Punctuation must be established and be adopted consistently.

    Ex: They point out that, 'The Library of Congress faces problems in the integration of new copy on a monumental scale, with the result that it is constantly revising its retrospective file'.
    Ex: Rather readers grow by fits and starts now rushing ahead, now lying fallow, and now moving steadily on.
    Ex: The real object of education is to leave a man in the condition of continually asking questions.
    Ex: The modern trend of persistently growing subscription prices to scientific journals is due to the tremendous increase in the manufacturing cost per page.
    Ex: Events such as the bloody confrontation in Tiananmen Square, political campaigns, military conflicts and other such events are becoming everyday occurrences that hourly revise global affairs and exert their influence on local circumstances.
    Ex: All the way through, the Jews are portrayed as bloodthirsty.
    Ex: People with diabetes have to do it every day, day in and day out.
    Ex: A modem is permanently wired, and converts digital messages which the terminal and computer understand into analogue messages capable of being transmitted down telephone lines.
    * regañar constantemente = nag (at).

    * * *
    constantly
    uno tiene que estar constantemente encima de él you have to be on top of him constantly o all the time
    * * *

    constantemente adverbio constantly
    ' constantemente' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    rehuir
    English:
    carp
    - chip away
    - constantly
    - continually
    - forever
    - go on
    - oscillate
    - permanently
    - perpetually
    - keep
    - ply
    - stir
    - time
    * * *
    constantly
    * * *
    adv constantly
    * * *
    constantemente adv constantly

    Spanish-English dictionary > constantemente

  • 720 constitucional

    adj.
    constitutional.
    * * *
    1 constitutional
    1 constitutionalist
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    * * *
    adjetivo constitutional
    * * *
    Ex. Heightened interest in the nation's founding and in the intentions of the founders enjoins law librarians to provide reference service for research in the history of the constitutional period.
    ----
    * derecho constitucional = constitutional law.
    * * *
    adjetivo constitutional
    * * *

    Ex: Heightened interest in the nation's founding and in the intentions of the founders enjoins law librarians to provide reference service for research in the history of the constitutional period.

    * derecho constitucional = constitutional law.

    * * *
    constitutional
    * * *

    constitucional adjetivo
    constitutional
    constitucional adjetivo constitutional
    derecho constitucional, constitutional law
    Tribunal Constitucional, Constitutional Court
    ' constitucional' also found in these entries:
    English:
    constitutional
    * * *
    constitutional
    * * *
    adj constitutional
    * * *
    constitucional adj constitutional

    Spanish-English dictionary > constitucional

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