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  • 81 acuicultura

    f.
    aquiculture, aquaculture.
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    * * *
    = aquaculture, fish farming.
    Ex. Canada is one of the world's major contributors to the field of aquaculture.
    Ex. The new combined public and school library serves as a centre for 5 districts and serves the needs of a 2-year study programme in fish farming.
    * * *
    = aquaculture, fish farming.

    Ex: Canada is one of the world's major contributors to the field of aquaculture.

    Ex: The new combined public and school library serves as a centre for 5 districts and serves the needs of a 2-year study programme in fish farming.

    * * *
    aquiculture, aquaculture
    * * *
    aquiculture, aquaculture
    * * *
    f aquaculture
    * * *
    : aquaculture

    Spanish-English dictionary > acuicultura

  • 82 acumulable

    adj.
    accumulative, cumulative.
    * * *
    1 accumulable
    * * *
    Ex. The author evaluates the vocational skills accruable through the study of literature.
    * * *

    Ex: The author evaluates the vocational skills accruable through the study of literature.

    * * *
    el máximo acumulable the maximum possible;
    los puntos no son acumulables para la segunda ronda points are not carried forward to the second round

    Spanish-English dictionary > acumulable

  • 83 acusación

    f.
    1 accusation, impeachment, accusal, arraignment.
    2 finger-pointing, prosecution, accusation.
    * * *
    1 accusation
    2 DERECHO charge
    \
    acta de acusación indictment
    acusación particular DERECHO private prosecutor
    * * *
    noun f.
    1) accusation, charge
    * * *
    SF (=inculpación) accusation; (Jur) (=cargo) charge, indictment; (=acusador) prosecution

    acusación particular, la acusación particular — (the counsel for) the prosecution

    * * *
    1)
    a) ( imputación) accusation
    b) (Der) charge
    2) ( parte)
    * * *
    = charge, impeachment, accusation, arraignment, exposure, denouncement, prosecution, indictment, denunciation, imputation.
    Ex. No less prestigious an authority than a Royal Commission was appointed to inquire into the charges brought against the man principally responsible for that volume.
    Ex. Enter the official proceedings and records of criminal trial, impeachment, courts-martial, etc., under the heading for the person or body prosecuted.
    Ex. In an attempt to provide counter-evidence to the accusation that the literature of gays is not being represented in library collections a study was conducted.
    Ex. Children charged with offense are usually at risk of detention between the time of arraignment and the time of hearing.
    Ex. This book is an uncompromising exposure of the ideological mist that envelops romantics and romanticists.
    Ex. The second document is a denouncement of slavery by Greenwich, who mobilizes the best tradition of scriptural exegesis to make his case.
    Ex. This article describes the legal consequences of the perpetration of these crimes and procedural aspects of their prosecution.
    Ex. Enter indictments as instructed in rule 21.36C1.
    Ex. These denunciations make libraries look both sanctimonious and hypocritical for trying to save the world when they have failed to put ther own house in order.
    Ex. The imputation was totally without basis and was motivated purely by malice.
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    * acusaciones = criminal charges.
    * acusaciones de delito criminal = criminal charges.
    * acusación + hacer = accusation + level.
    * retirar una acusación = drop + a charge.
    * suspender una acusación = stay + charge.
    * * *
    1)
    a) ( imputación) accusation
    b) (Der) charge
    2) ( parte)
    * * *
    = charge, impeachment, accusation, arraignment, exposure, denouncement, prosecution, indictment, denunciation, imputation.

    Ex: No less prestigious an authority than a Royal Commission was appointed to inquire into the charges brought against the man principally responsible for that volume.

    Ex: Enter the official proceedings and records of criminal trial, impeachment, courts-martial, etc., under the heading for the person or body prosecuted.
    Ex: In an attempt to provide counter-evidence to the accusation that the literature of gays is not being represented in library collections a study was conducted.
    Ex: Children charged with offense are usually at risk of detention between the time of arraignment and the time of hearing.
    Ex: This book is an uncompromising exposure of the ideological mist that envelops romantics and romanticists.
    Ex: The second document is a denouncement of slavery by Greenwich, who mobilizes the best tradition of scriptural exegesis to make his case.
    Ex: This article describes the legal consequences of the perpetration of these crimes and procedural aspects of their prosecution.
    Ex: Enter indictments as instructed in rule 21.36C1.
    Ex: These denunciations make libraries look both sanctimonious and hypocritical for trying to save the world when they have failed to put ther own house in order.
    Ex: The imputation was totally without basis and was motivated purely by malice.
    * acusaciones = criminal charges.
    * acusaciones de delito criminal = criminal charges.
    * acusación + hacer = accusation + level.
    * retirar una acusación = drop + a charge.
    * suspender una acusación = stay + charge.

    * * *
    A
    1 (imputación) accusation
    una serie de acusaciones contra el gobierno a series of accusations against the government
    2 ( Der) charge
    negó la acusación he denied the charge
    un crimen sobre el cual no existe ninguna acusación formal a crime for which no-one has ever been charged
    formular una acusación contra algn to bring charges against sb
    B
    (parte): la acusación the prosecution
    Compuesto:
    private prosecution
    * * *

    acusación sustantivo femenino

    b) (Der) charge

    acusación sustantivo femenino
    1 accusation: sus acusaciones me irritaron profundamente, their accusations irritated me deeply
    2 Jur (cargo) charge (fiscalía, abogados) prosecution: la acusación presentó pruebas convincentes, the prosecution presented the court with some conclusive evidence
    ' acusación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cuento
    - gravitar
    - negación
    - temeraria
    - temerario
    - concreto
    - desmentir
    - negar
    - negativa
    English:
    accusation
    - acquit
    - bum rap
    - case
    - charge
    - deny
    - ill-founded
    - indictment
    - prosecution
    - repudiate
    - witness
    - allegation
    - grand
    - prosecutor
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    1. [inculpación] accusation;
    Der charge;
    verter acusaciones (contra alguien) to make accusations (against sb);
    negó todas las acusaciones she denied all the charges;
    fueron juzgados bajo la acusación de terrorismo they were tried for having committed terrorist offences
    2. Der [personas]
    la acusación the prosecution
    acusación particular private action;
    la acusación popular = the prosecution which acts on behalf of pressure groups and other interested bodies in cases of public interest
    * * *
    f accusation
    * * *
    acusación nf, pl - ciones
    1) : accusation, charge
    2)
    la acusación : the prosecution
    * * *
    acusación n accusation

    Spanish-English dictionary > acusación

  • 84 acusar2

    2 = reveal, show.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado showed, participio shown.
    Ex. A study of the major general schemes reveals a wide gulf between theory, as outlined in the previous chapter, and practice, as reflected in the major schemes.
    Ex. This shows a record in an abstracts based bibliographic data base.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acusar2

  • 85 acídico

    adj.
    acidic, acid-forming.
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    = acidic.
    Ex. A pilot study revealed that 25% of the collection is in need of repair and that 86% of the materials appear to be acidic.
    * * *

    Ex: A pilot study revealed that 25% of the collection is in need of repair and that 86% of the materials appear to be acidic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acídico

  • 86 adaptar

    v.
    1 to adapt.
    un modelo adaptado a condiciones desérticas a model adapted to suit desert conditions
    María adaptó el programa a su casa Mary adapted the program to her house.
    Ricardo adaptó el computador Richard adapted=ported his computer.
    2 to adapt (libro, obra de teatro).
    * * *
    1 (acomodar) to adapt
    2 (ajustar) to adjust, fit
    1 (persona) to adapt oneself (a, to); (cosa) to fit, adjust
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    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=acomodar) to adapt; (=encajar) to fit, make suitable ( para for)
    (=ajustar) to adjust
    2) (Inform) to convert ( para to)
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <cortinas/vestido> to alter; < habitación> to convert; <pieza/motor> to adapt; (Inf) to convert

    adaptó la obra al or para el cine — he adapted the play for the screen

    2.
    adaptarse v pron to adapt

    adaptarse a algo/+ inf — to adapt to something/-ing

    * * *
    = adapt, customise [customize, -USA], gear (to/toward(s)/for), make + amenable, pitch, bend, fit together, tune, arrange, retrofit, scale, tweak, muck around/about, key + Nombre + to.
    Ex. Order forms A and B can be adapted for local use.
    Ex. The system has to be customised to suit any specific application so that it suits the demands of the microcomputer with which it is being used.
    Ex. Most of the main subject headings lists are geared to the alphabetical subject approach found in dictionary catalogues.
    Ex. This flexibility represents an attempt to make the code amenable to use in a variety of different library environments.
    Ex. Thus pitching instructions at the right level can be difficult.
    Ex. Each cluster or niche of interests in the end user field will have specific individual needs and innovations will bend information technology to meet them.
    Ex. The narrative may be unfamiliar in its structure so that they are unsure about the way different elements of the story fit together.
    Ex. Just as delivery must be tuned to suit the kind of material chosen, so must the language used to tell a story.
    Ex. A vocal score is a score showing all vocal parts, with accompaniment, if any, arranged for keyboard instrument.
    Ex. This model is attractive both for 'retrofitting' existing software as well as providing flexibility to new systems.
    Ex. To produce a statewide estimate, this framework would need to be scaled to accommodate all public libraries in a particular state.
    Ex. This book offers strategies for high school teachers that provide tools for creating, repairing, and tweaking all the discernible components of teaching.
    Ex. I have looked at the book and mucked around with the database and using switches but can't see a solution.
    Ex. The case study found that children do have the ability to use a classification scheme that is keyed to their developmental level.
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    * adaptar a la música = set to + music.
    * adaptar a las necesidades de = tailor to + the needs of, gear to + the needs of.
    * adaptar a las preferencias de Uno = suit + Posesivo + own preferences.
    * adaptar al cine = adapt to + the screen.
    * adaptar a una aplicación concreta = harness.
    * adaptar a una exigencia = tailor to + requirement.
    * adaptar a una necesidad = time to + need, suit + requirement.
    * adaptar para la pantalla = adapt to + the screen.
    * adaptarse = come to + terms with, morph.
    * adaptarse a = accommodate, comport with, attune to.
    * adaptarse a las circunstancias = suit + circumstances.
    * adaptarse al cambio = accommodate to + change, adapt to + change.
    * adaptarse al entorno = adjust to + environment.
    * adaptarse a los cambios = flow with + the tides.
    * adaptarse a los tiempos = change with + the times, move with + the times, keep up with + the times, adapt to + the times.
    * adaptarse a una aplicación = suit + application.
    * adaptarse a una función = step up to + role.
    * adaptarse a una innovación = meet + development.
    * adaptarse a una necesidad = suit + need.
    * adaptarse a un formato = meet + format.
    * adaptarse a un interés = accommodate + interest.
    * capaz de adaptarse y superar adversidades = resilient.
    * modificar y adaptar = repackage [re-package], repack.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <cortinas/vestido> to alter; < habitación> to convert; <pieza/motor> to adapt; (Inf) to convert

    adaptó la obra al or para el cine — he adapted the play for the screen

    2.
    adaptarse v pron to adapt

    adaptarse a algo/+ inf — to adapt to something/-ing

    * * *
    = adapt, customise [customize, -USA], gear (to/toward(s)/for), make + amenable, pitch, bend, fit together, tune, arrange, retrofit, scale, tweak, muck around/about, key + Nombre + to.

    Ex: Order forms A and B can be adapted for local use.

    Ex: The system has to be customised to suit any specific application so that it suits the demands of the microcomputer with which it is being used.
    Ex: Most of the main subject headings lists are geared to the alphabetical subject approach found in dictionary catalogues.
    Ex: This flexibility represents an attempt to make the code amenable to use in a variety of different library environments.
    Ex: Thus pitching instructions at the right level can be difficult.
    Ex: Each cluster or niche of interests in the end user field will have specific individual needs and innovations will bend information technology to meet them.
    Ex: The narrative may be unfamiliar in its structure so that they are unsure about the way different elements of the story fit together.
    Ex: Just as delivery must be tuned to suit the kind of material chosen, so must the language used to tell a story.
    Ex: A vocal score is a score showing all vocal parts, with accompaniment, if any, arranged for keyboard instrument.
    Ex: This model is attractive both for 'retrofitting' existing software as well as providing flexibility to new systems.
    Ex: To produce a statewide estimate, this framework would need to be scaled to accommodate all public libraries in a particular state.
    Ex: This book offers strategies for high school teachers that provide tools for creating, repairing, and tweaking all the discernible components of teaching.
    Ex: I have looked at the book and mucked around with the database and using switches but can't see a solution.
    Ex: The case study found that children do have the ability to use a classification scheme that is keyed to their developmental level.
    * adaptar a la música = set to + music.
    * adaptar a las necesidades de = tailor to + the needs of, gear to + the needs of.
    * adaptar a las preferencias de Uno = suit + Posesivo + own preferences.
    * adaptar al cine = adapt to + the screen.
    * adaptar a una aplicación concreta = harness.
    * adaptar a una exigencia = tailor to + requirement.
    * adaptar a una necesidad = time to + need, suit + requirement.
    * adaptar para la pantalla = adapt to + the screen.
    * adaptarse = come to + terms with, morph.
    * adaptarse a = accommodate, comport with, attune to.
    * adaptarse a las circunstancias = suit + circumstances.
    * adaptarse al cambio = accommodate to + change, adapt to + change.
    * adaptarse al entorno = adjust to + environment.
    * adaptarse a los cambios = flow with + the tides.
    * adaptarse a los tiempos = change with + the times, move with + the times, keep up with + the times, adapt to + the times.
    * adaptarse a una aplicación = suit + application.
    * adaptarse a una función = step up to + role.
    * adaptarse a una innovación = meet + development.
    * adaptarse a una necesidad = suit + need.
    * adaptarse a un formato = meet + format.
    * adaptarse a un interés = accommodate + interest.
    * capaz de adaptarse y superar adversidades = resilient.
    * modificar y adaptar = repackage [re-package], repack.

    * * *
    adaptar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹cortinas/vestido› to alter; ‹habitación› to convert; ‹pieza/motor› to adapt
    adaptaron el dormitorio para usarlo como aula the bedroom was converted into a classroom o for use as a classroom
    adaptó la obra al or para el cine he adapted the play for the screen
    2 ( Inf) to convert
    to adapt adaptar A algo/ + INF to adapt TO sth/ -ING
    hay que saber adaptarse a las circunstancias you have to learn to adapt to circumstances
    un coche que se adapta a cualquier terreno a car which is well suited to any terrain
    no se adapta a vivir sola she can't adapt to living alone
    * * *

     

    adaptar ( conjugate adaptar) verbo transitivocortinas/vestido to alter;
    habitación to convert;
    pieza/motor to adapt;
    obra/novela to adapt;
    (Inf) to convert
    adaptarse verbo pronominal
    to adapt;
    adaptarse a algo/hacer algo to adapt to sth/doing sth;

    adaptar verbo transitivo
    1 to adapt: esa obra de teatro fue adaptada al cine, this play was adapted for the screen
    2 (ajustar) to adjust

    ' adaptar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acomodar
    - escenificar
    English:
    adapt
    - gear
    - suit
    - tailor
    - customize
    * * *
    vt
    1. [modificar]
    un modelo adaptado a condiciones desérticas a model adapted to suit desert conditions;
    el edificio no ha sido aún adaptado a su nueva función the building still hasn't been modified to suit its new function
    2. [libro, obra de teatro] to adapt (a for);
    adaptó la novela al cine she adapted the novel for film o the screen
    * * *
    v/t adapt
    * * *
    1) modificar: to adapt
    2) : to adjust, to fit
    * * *
    adaptar vb (acomodar) to adapt

    Spanish-English dictionary > adaptar

  • 87 adentrarse

    pron.v.
    to penetrate, to enter, to get inside, to go inside.
    El grupo se internó en la selva The group penetrated into the jungle.
    * * *
    1 (penetrar) to penetrate (en, into), enter deep (en, into)
    2 figurado (profundizar) to go deeply (en, into), study thoroughly (en, -), delve (en, into)
    * * *
    VPR

    adentrarse en — to go into, get inside; (=penetrar) to penetrate into

    * * *
    verbo pronominal

    adentrarse en algoen el mar/túnel to go deep into something; en tema/materia to go into something in more depth

    * * *
    (v.) = tread into
    Ex. This seems to suggest that Schopenhauer may have trodden much further into the mystics' domain than he is willing to admit.
    * * *
    verbo pronominal

    adentrarse en algoen el mar/túnel to go deep into something; en tema/materia to go into something in more depth

    * * *
    (v.) = tread into

    Ex: This seems to suggest that Schopenhauer may have trodden much further into the mystics' domain than he is willing to admit.

    * * *
    adentrarse [A1 ]
    adentrarse EN algo:
    a medida que la carretera se adentra en las montañas as the road goes up into the mountains
    según nos adentrábamos en la selva as we went deeper into the jungle
    nos adentraremos en este tema más tarde we will go into this subject in more depth o in greater detail later
    intentar adentrarse en las profundidades de la mente humana to try to penetrate the recesses of the human mind
    * * *

    adentrarse verbo reflexivo
    1 (internarse en un bosque, etc) to go deep [en, into]
    2 (profundizar en un tema) to go into, to study thoroughly [en, -]
    ' adentrarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    internar
    English:
    penetrate
    * * *
    1.
    adentrarse en [jungla, barrio] to go deep into;
    se adentraron en el laberinto they went further o deeper inside the labyrinth
    2.
    adentrarse en [asunto] to study in depth;
    en su estudio intenta adentrarse en la mentalidad del criminal in her study she attempts to get inside the mind of the criminal;
    prefiero no adentrarme en un asunto tan polémico I'd rather not go into such a controversial issue
    * * *
    v/r tb fig
    go deep (en into); en tema go into (in depth)
    * * *
    adentrarse en : to go into, to penetrate

    Spanish-English dictionary > adentrarse

  • 88 adicto a la tele

    (n.) = couch potato, telly-addict, TV-addict
    Ex. Serious couch potatoes may soon have sofas that order take-out and tune the TV to their favorite programs, without them ever having to lift a finger.
    Ex. A study of telly-addicts has found that in 45 per cent of homes mums keep a tight hold on the remote control.
    Ex. She is a certified TV-addict -- you simply cannot talk to her when she's glued to the box.
    * * *
    (n.) = couch potato, telly-addict, TV-addict

    Ex: Serious couch potatoes may soon have sofas that order take-out and tune the TV to their favorite programs, without them ever having to lift a finger.

    Ex: A study of telly-addicts has found that in 45 per cent of homes mums keep a tight hold on the remote control.
    Ex: She is a certified TV-addict -- you simply cannot talk to her when she's glued to the box.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adicto a la tele

  • 89 adinerado

    adj.
    wealthy, rich, well-fixed, well-off.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: adinerarse.
    * * *
    1→ link=adinerarse adinerarse
    1 rich, wealthy
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 rich person
    * * *
    ADJ wealthy, well-off
    * * *
    - da adjetivo wealthy, moneyed
    * * *
    = affluent, monied, well-heeled, well-to-do, moneyed, solvent, wealthy [wealthier -comp., wealthiest -sup.], well-off.
    Ex. It is easy to predict that a majority of either large or affluent libraries in this country will employ some form of catalog under machine control in the foreseeable future.
    Ex. This will shift the dynamics of information flow to policymakers to favour monied special interests, which threatens the democratic process.
    Ex. This class is conservative in politics, aristocratic in social affairs, and characteristically well-bred, well-educated, well-housed, and well-heeled.
    Ex. Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.
    Ex. It is generally recognized that collecting money from moneyed deadbeats is as much a social problem as street thuggery.
    Ex. Botswana is a stable, well-governed and solvent country but is nevertheless a good example of the deep-seated problems of regulating information transfer.
    Ex. Today's sophisticated media provide clear advantages to wealthy, well-established interest groups.
    Ex. Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo wealthy, moneyed
    * * *
    = affluent, monied, well-heeled, well-to-do, moneyed, solvent, wealthy [wealthier -comp., wealthiest -sup.], well-off.

    Ex: It is easy to predict that a majority of either large or affluent libraries in this country will employ some form of catalog under machine control in the foreseeable future.

    Ex: This will shift the dynamics of information flow to policymakers to favour monied special interests, which threatens the democratic process.
    Ex: This class is conservative in politics, aristocratic in social affairs, and characteristically well-bred, well-educated, well-housed, and well-heeled.
    Ex: Librarians deny that only the young and well-to-do use music libraries.
    Ex: It is generally recognized that collecting money from moneyed deadbeats is as much a social problem as street thuggery.
    Ex: Botswana is a stable, well-governed and solvent country but is nevertheless a good example of the deep-seated problems of regulating information transfer.
    Ex: Today's sophisticated media provide clear advantages to wealthy, well-established interest groups.
    Ex: Well-off women are more likely to survive breast cancer than less affluent sufferers, a new study shows.

    * * *
    wealthy, moneyed
    * * *

    adinerado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    wealthy, moneyed
    adinerado,-a
    I adjetivo wealthy, rich
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino rich person

    ' adinerado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adinerada
    - desahogada
    - desahogado
    English:
    sugar daddy
    - wealthy
    - well
    * * *
    adinerado, -a adj
    wealthy
    * * *
    adj wealthy
    * * *
    adinerado, -da adj
    : moneyed, wealthy
    * * *
    adinerado adj wealthy [comp. wealthier; superl. wealthiest]

    Spanish-English dictionary > adinerado

  • 90 administración de empresas

    Ex. Cases provide 'realistic' educational experiences for students beginning their study of business administration.
    * * *

    Ex: Cases provide 'realistic' educational experiences for students beginning their study of business administration.

    Spanish-English dictionary > administración de empresas

  • 91 administrativo

    adj.
    administrative, executive, management, administrating.
    m.
    white-collar worker, administrator, office worker, clerk.
    * * *
    1 administrative
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (funcionario) official, civil servant; (de empresa, banco) office worker
    * * *
    (f. - administrativa)
    adj.
    * * *
    administrativo, -a
    1.
    ADJ administrative; (Com) managerial; (=del gobierno) of the government, of the administration
    2.
    SM / F (=funcionario) clerk, office worker; (=encargado) administrator, administrative officer
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo administrative
    II
    - va masculino, femenino administrative assistant (o officer etc); ( con funciones más rutinarias) clerk
    * * *
    = administrative, bureaucratic, clerical, managerial, administrative assistant, white collar worker, paper-pusher, office clerk, back-office, white collar.
    Ex. Each local library is a separate administrative unit with separate and independent files for circulation, acquisitions, periodicals, and holdings.
    Ex. For the majority of ordinary people the European Community remains a remote bureaucratic organization.
    Ex. Prior to computerisation of the production of catalogues and indexes considerable clerical effort was expended in filing index and catalogue cards.
    Ex. The course had concentrated on executive decision making, with a side excursion into the study and findings of Henry Mintzberg as reported in his book, 'The Nature of managerial Work'.
    Ex. If the idea of launching a program was accepted, it would be the administrative assistant's job to plan, organize, and implement it.
    Ex. There is no clear definition of a white collar worker, but the Bureau of Labor Statistics includes professional, technical, managerial, sales, and clerical workers in this category.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The technicolor coat of the academic library personnel officer: the evolution from paper-pusher to policy maker'.
    Ex. Other occupations included professor, attorney, carpenter, homemaker, realtor, office clerk, hospital director, librarian, researcher, student, teacher, and writer.
    Ex. As an organization, MCN has always championed back-office, mission-critical, 'heavy lifting' aspects of museum technologies.
    Ex. A new Federal regulation aimed at tackling white-collar crime has sobering implications for managers.
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    * administrativo de apoyo = clerical employee.
    * administrativo encargado de los archivos = file clerk.
    * auxiliar administrativo = administrative assistant.
    * cuestión administrativa = administrative issue.
    * derecho administrativo = administrative law.
    * error administrativo = clerical mistake, clerical error.
    * exceso de personal administrativo = administrative bloat.
    * exceso de plantilla administrativa = administrative bloat.
    * justicia administrativa = administrative justice.
    * personal administrativo = administrative staff.
    * procedimiento administrativo = administrative procedure.
    * reforma administrativa = administrative reform.
    * registro administrativo = administrative record.
    * secretario administrativo = administrative secretary.
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo administrative
    II
    - va masculino, femenino administrative assistant (o officer etc); ( con funciones más rutinarias) clerk
    * * *
    = administrative, bureaucratic, clerical, managerial, administrative assistant, white collar worker, paper-pusher, office clerk, back-office, white collar.

    Ex: Each local library is a separate administrative unit with separate and independent files for circulation, acquisitions, periodicals, and holdings.

    Ex: For the majority of ordinary people the European Community remains a remote bureaucratic organization.
    Ex: Prior to computerisation of the production of catalogues and indexes considerable clerical effort was expended in filing index and catalogue cards.
    Ex: The course had concentrated on executive decision making, with a side excursion into the study and findings of Henry Mintzberg as reported in his book, 'The Nature of managerial Work'.
    Ex: If the idea of launching a program was accepted, it would be the administrative assistant's job to plan, organize, and implement it.
    Ex: There is no clear definition of a white collar worker, but the Bureau of Labor Statistics includes professional, technical, managerial, sales, and clerical workers in this category.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The technicolor coat of the academic library personnel officer: the evolution from paper-pusher to policy maker'.
    Ex: Other occupations included professor, attorney, carpenter, homemaker, realtor, office clerk, hospital director, librarian, researcher, student, teacher, and writer.
    Ex: As an organization, MCN has always championed back-office, mission-critical, 'heavy lifting' aspects of museum technologies.
    Ex: A new Federal regulation aimed at tackling white-collar crime has sobering implications for managers.
    * administrativo de apoyo = clerical employee.
    * administrativo encargado de los archivos = file clerk.
    * auxiliar administrativo = administrative assistant.
    * cuestión administrativa = administrative issue.
    * derecho administrativo = administrative law.
    * error administrativo = clerical mistake, clerical error.
    * exceso de personal administrativo = administrative bloat.
    * exceso de plantilla administrativa = administrative bloat.
    * justicia administrativa = administrative justice.
    * personal administrativo = administrative staff.
    * procedimiento administrativo = administrative procedure.
    * reforma administrativa = administrative reform.
    * registro administrativo = administrative record.
    * secretario administrativo = administrative secretary.

    * * *
    administrative
    masculine, feminine
    administrative assistant ( o officer etc); (que desempeña funciones más rutinarias) clerk
    * * *

     

    administrativo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    administrative
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    administrative assistant (o officer etc);

    ( con funciones más rutinarias) clerk
    administrativo,-a
    I adjetivo administrative
    II m,f (funcionario) official
    ' administrativo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    administrativa
    - empleada
    - empleado
    - trámite
    - secretaría
    - secretario
    - sumario
    English:
    administrative
    - channel
    - council
    - office staff
    - office worker
    - assistant
    - clerk
    - file
    - paper
    * * *
    administrativo, -a
    adj
    administrative;
    personal administrativo administrative staff
    nm,f
    office worker, clerical worker
    * * *
    I adj administrative
    II m, administrativa f administrative assistant
    * * *
    administrativo, -va adj
    : administrative
    * * *
    administrativo n office worker

    Spanish-English dictionary > administrativo

  • 92 adyuvante

    m.
    1 adjuvant.
    2 adjuvant, adjunct, stimulator, substance added to a vaccine which reinforces its effect.
    * * *
    Ex. This study indicates the need of fungicides/bactericides as adjuvants in tissue culture medium for obtaining sterile and viable shoots.
    * * *

    Ex: This study indicates the need of fungicides/bactericides as adjuvants in tissue culture medium for obtaining sterile and viable shoots.

    Spanish-English dictionary > adyuvante

  • 93 aerobic

    m.
    aerobics.
    * * *
    1 aerobics
    * * *
    * * *
    [e'roβik]
    masculino, Méx aerobics masculino plural aerobics
    * * *
    = aerobics, aerobic.
    Ex. The author describes a programme combining a support group and aerobics class for young women run by a library.
    Ex. This study describes the influence of aerobic training on the cardiorespiratory fitness of 31 coronary artery disease patients who had undergone bypass surgery.
    * * *
    [e'roβik]
    masculino, Méx aerobics masculino plural aerobics
    * * *
    = aerobics, aerobic.

    Ex: The author describes a programme combining a support group and aerobics class for young women run by a library.

    Ex: This study describes the influence of aerobic training on the cardiorespiratory fitness of 31 coronary artery disease patients who had undergone bypass surgery.

    * * *
    /eˈroβik/
    aerobics
    * * *

    Multiple Entries:
    aerobic    
    aeróbic
    aerobic /e'roBik/ sustantivo masculino, (Méx)
    aerobics sustantivo masculino plural

    aerobics
    aeróbic sustantivo masculino aerobics sing

    ' aeróbic' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aerobic
    English:
    aerobics
    * * *
    aerobic, aeróbic nm
    aerobics [singular]
    * * *
    m aerobics sg
    * * *
    : aerobics
    * * *
    aerobic n aerobics

    Spanish-English dictionary > aerobic

  • 94 aerobio

    adj.
    1 aerobic.
    2 aerobic, that needs oxygen to be present.
    m.
    aerobe, aeroba.
    * * *
    1 aerobic
    1 aerobe
    * * *
    Ex. This study describes the influence of aerobic training on the cardiorespiratory fitness of 31 coronary artery disease patients who had undergone bypass surgery.
    * * *

    Ex: This study describes the influence of aerobic training on the cardiorespiratory fitness of 31 coronary artery disease patients who had undergone bypass surgery.

    * * *
    aerobic
    * * *
    aerobio, -a Biol
    adj
    aerobic
    nm
    aerobe
    * * *
    aerobio, - bia adj
    : aerobic

    Spanish-English dictionary > aerobio

  • 95 aferrarse a

    v.
    1 to cling to, to fasten upon, to fasten on, to fasten on to.
    María se aferró al marco de la ventMaría Mary clung to the window sill.
    2 to stick to.
    El chiquito se aferró a su madre The little boy stuck to his mother.
    * * *
    1 to clutch to, cling to
    * * *
    (v.) = cling to, fixate on, latch on to, stick fast to, hold to, cleave to, hold fast to
    Ex. It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.
    Ex. Many publishers seem fixated on the term 'acquisitions librarian' for promotional mailings.
    Ex. Educational establishments have latched on to the word 'information' and have employed it to encompass very different programmes of study.
    Ex. Until the appearance of the online catalogue, entire libraries had actually been 'frozen' for generations, stuck fast to their major commodity - books.
    Ex. This paper views librarians as tenaciously holding to a paper paradigm in an increasingly electronic environment.
    Ex. The government seems to spurn the architecture profession and there is a growing rift between architects who assert their utility and those who cleave to artistic prerogatives.
    Ex. In holding fast to a belief in health promotion, they resisted being coopted by a now discredited market system.
    * * *
    (v.) = cling to, fixate on, latch on to, stick fast to, hold to, cleave to, hold fast to

    Ex: It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.

    Ex: Many publishers seem fixated on the term 'acquisitions librarian' for promotional mailings.
    Ex: Educational establishments have latched on to the word 'information' and have employed it to encompass very different programmes of study.
    Ex: Until the appearance of the online catalogue, entire libraries had actually been 'frozen' for generations, stuck fast to their major commodity - books.
    Ex: This paper views librarians as tenaciously holding to a paper paradigm in an increasingly electronic environment.
    Ex: The government seems to spurn the architecture profession and there is a growing rift between architects who assert their utility and those who cleave to artistic prerogatives.
    Ex: In holding fast to a belief in health promotion, they resisted being coopted by a now discredited market system.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aferrarse a

  • 96 aficionado

    adj.
    1 amateur.
    2 enthusiastic.
    3 amateurish.
    4 addicted.
    f. & m.
    1 fan, buff.
    2 beginner, amateur, dilettante, neophyte.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: aficionar.
    * * *
    1→ link=aficionar aficionar
    1 keen, fond
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 fan, enthusiast
    2 (no profesional) amateur
    * * *
    1. (f. - aficionada)
    noun
    1) lover, enthusiast
    3) fan, supporter
    2. (f. - aficionada)
    adj.
    1) enthusiastic, keen
    * * *
    aficionado, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) (=entusiasta) keen, enthusiastic
    2) (=no profesional) amateur
    2. SM / F
    1) (=entusiasta) [de hobby] enthusiast; [como espectador] lover
    2) (=no profesional) amateur
    3) [de equipo, grupo] fan, supporter
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo [ser]

    aficionado a algofond of o keen on something

    b) ( no profesional) amateur
    II
    - da masculino, femenino
    a) ( entusiasta) enthusiast

    aficionado a algo: para los aficionados al bricolaje for do-it-yourself enthusiasts; un aficionado a la música a music lover; los aficionados al tenis/fútbol tennis/football fans; los aficionados a los toros — bullfighting aficionados

    b) ( no profesional) amateur
    * * *
    = dabbler, dilettante, hobbyist, non-specialist [nonspecialist], buff, enthusiast, aficionado.
    Ex. This article examines 3 different types of user -- the dabbler, the researcher and the beginner -- and their possible reactions to CD-ROM software.
    Ex. As far as he was concerned the study of nonverbal communication was a pseudo-science, the work of dilettantes and other futile souls.
    Ex. We do not regard such a thing as at all odd when hobbyists meet; rather, we encourage it.
    Ex. However, most emergencies arise from water leakage and much can be done by the non-specialist to alleviate the damage.
    Ex. His intriguing book will be of interest to both buffs and scholars.
    Ex. Videodiscs can provide high capacity secondary storage and it is possible for the personal computer enthusiast to make use of a home video recorder in this way.
    Ex. Garlic cloves continue to be used by aficionados as a remedy for digestive disorders and fungal infections such as thrush.
    ----
    * aficionado a contemplar las estrellas = stargazer.
    * aficionado a la cerveza = beer lover.
    * aficionado a la historia = history buff.
    * aficionado a la informática = computer buff.
    * aficionado a la pesca = fishing-hobbyist.
    * aficionado a la vela = yachtsman [yachtsmen, -pl.].
    * aficionado al deporte = sports enthusiast.
    * aficionado al fútbol = football supporter, football fan.
    * aficionado al teatro = theatre buff.
    * aficionado al vino = wine lover.
    * aficionado a mirar las estrellas = stargazer.
    * aficionado a observar las estrellas = stargazer.
    * aficionado a todo lo militar = military buff.
    * ser aficionado a = be fond of.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo [ser]

    aficionado a algofond of o keen on something

    b) ( no profesional) amateur
    II
    - da masculino, femenino
    a) ( entusiasta) enthusiast

    aficionado a algo: para los aficionados al bricolaje for do-it-yourself enthusiasts; un aficionado a la música a music lover; los aficionados al tenis/fútbol tennis/football fans; los aficionados a los toros — bullfighting aficionados

    b) ( no profesional) amateur
    * * *
    = dabbler, dilettante, hobbyist, non-specialist [nonspecialist], buff, enthusiast, aficionado.

    Ex: This article examines 3 different types of user -- the dabbler, the researcher and the beginner -- and their possible reactions to CD-ROM software.

    Ex: As far as he was concerned the study of nonverbal communication was a pseudo-science, the work of dilettantes and other futile souls.
    Ex: We do not regard such a thing as at all odd when hobbyists meet; rather, we encourage it.
    Ex: However, most emergencies arise from water leakage and much can be done by the non-specialist to alleviate the damage.
    Ex: His intriguing book will be of interest to both buffs and scholars.
    Ex: Videodiscs can provide high capacity secondary storage and it is possible for the personal computer enthusiast to make use of a home video recorder in this way.
    Ex: Garlic cloves continue to be used by aficionados as a remedy for digestive disorders and fungal infections such as thrush.
    * aficionado a contemplar las estrellas = stargazer.
    * aficionado a la cerveza = beer lover.
    * aficionado a la historia = history buff.
    * aficionado a la informática = computer buff.
    * aficionado a la pesca = fishing-hobbyist.
    * aficionado a la vela = yachtsman [yachtsmen, -pl.].
    * aficionado al deporte = sports enthusiast.
    * aficionado al fútbol = football supporter, football fan.
    * aficionado al teatro = theatre buff.
    * aficionado al vino = wine lover.
    * aficionado a mirar las estrellas = stargazer.
    * aficionado a observar las estrellas = stargazer.
    * aficionado a todo lo militar = military buff.
    * ser aficionado a = be fond of.

    * * *
    [ SER]
    1 (entusiasta) aficionado A algo fond OF o keen ON sth
    es muy aficionado a los deportes náuticos he's very keen on water sports
    masculine, feminine
    1 (entusiasta) enthusiast aficionado A algo:
    para los aficionados al bricolaje for do-it-yourself enthusiasts
    los aficionados a los toros bullfighting aficionados
    * * *

    Del verbo aficionar: ( conjugate aficionar)

    aficionado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    aficionado    
    aficionar
    aficionado
    ◊ -da adjetivo [ser]

    a) ( entusiasta) aficionado a algo fond of o keen on sth


    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino


    un aficionado a la música a music lover;
    los aficionados al tenis/fútbol tennis/football fans

    aficionado,-a
    I sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 enthusiast
    un aficionado a la música, a music lover
    un aficionado a los toros, a bullfighting fan
    2 (no profesional) amateur
    II adjetivo
    1 keen, fond
    ser aficionado a los deportes, to be fond of sports
    2 (no profesional) amateur
    ' aficionado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    aficionada
    - amiga
    - amigo
    - dada
    - dado
    - enamorada
    - enamorado
    - fanática
    - fanático
    - teleadicta
    - teleadicto
    - devoto
    English:
    amateur
    - amateurish
    - buff
    - cinemagoer
    - devotee
    - fan
    - fond
    - hard-core
    - into
    - keen
    - lover
    - playgoer
    * * *
    aficionado, -a
    adj
    1. [interesado] keen;
    ser aficionado a algo to be keen on sth;
    el público aficionado al cine the movie-going o Br cinema-going public
    2. [no profesional] amateur
    nm,f
    1. [interesado] fan;
    es un aficionado al cine he's a keen movie-goer o Br cinema-goer;
    un gran aficionado a la música clásica a great lover of classical music;
    los aficionados a los toros followers of bullfighting, bullfighting fans
    2. [no profesional] amateur;
    un trabajo de aficionados an amateurish piece of work
    * * *
    I adj
    :
    ser aficionado a be interested in, Br
    tb be keen on
    II m, aficionada f
    1 enthusiast;
    aficionado a la música music enthusiast o buff;
    2 no profesional amateur;
    un partido de aficionados an amateur game
    * * *
    aficionado, -da adj
    entusiasta: enthusiastic, keen
    aficionado, -da n
    1) entusiasta: enthusiast, fan
    2) : amateur
    * * *
    1. (no profesional) amateur
    2. (entusiasta) keen
    1. (amateur) amateur
    3. (entusiasta) lover

    Spanish-English dictionary > aficionado

  • 97 agarrarse a

    v.
    to hold on to, to catch hold of, to clutch at, to hold to.
    Me agarro a la soga I hold to the rope.
    * * *
    (v.) = latch on to, hold to, hold on to, hold fast to, cling to
    Ex. Educational establishments have latched on to the word 'information' and have employed it to encompass very different programmes of study.
    Ex. This paper views librarians as tenaciously holding to a paper paradigm in an increasingly electronic environment.
    Ex. The girls were swept away by the water as they failed to hold on to the bus stand.
    Ex. In holding fast to a belief in health promotion, they resisted being coopted by a now discredited market system.
    Ex. It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.
    * * *
    (v.) = latch on to, hold to, hold on to, hold fast to, cling to

    Ex: Educational establishments have latched on to the word 'information' and have employed it to encompass very different programmes of study.

    Ex: This paper views librarians as tenaciously holding to a paper paradigm in an increasingly electronic environment.
    Ex: The girls were swept away by the water as they failed to hold on to the bus stand.
    Ex: In holding fast to a belief in health promotion, they resisted being coopted by a now discredited market system.
    Ex: It would be a mistake to cling to the seeming comforts of the old ways at the cost of being unable to get the full advantages of the new ones.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agarrarse a

  • 98 agencia de publicidad

    Ex. This study found it impossible to get more than an indication from advertisers and advertising agencies of their present interest in electronic publishing (e-publishing).
    * * *

    Ex: This study found it impossible to get more than an indication from advertisers and advertising agencies of their present interest in electronic publishing (e-publishing).

    * * *
    advertising agency

    Spanish-English dictionary > agencia de publicidad

  • 99 agente oxidante

    m.
    oxidizing agent.
    * * *
    (n.) = oxidant, oxidising agent
    Ex. Vitamin E protected cells from death induced by low doses of oxidants.
    Ex. The two different oxidizing agents used in this study were ozone and chlorine dioxide.
    * * *
    (n.) = oxidant, oxidising agent

    Ex: Vitamin E protected cells from death induced by low doses of oxidants.

    Ex: The two different oxidizing agents used in this study were ozone and chlorine dioxide.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agente oxidante

  • 100 agresión

    f.
    1 aggression.
    2 attack, assault, battery, offensive.
    * * *
    1 aggression, attack
    * * *
    noun f.
    2) assault, attack
    * * *
    SF (=acometida) aggression; [contra persona] attack, assault
    * * *
    femenino aggression

    se lo acusa de agresión — (Der) he's charged with assault

    * * *
    = attack, aggression, assault, act of aggression, battery, aggressive incident.
    Ex. The incentive to make library services more relevant to the community became increasingly urgent from the mid-seventies as the attacks on local government finance gathered momentum.
    Ex. This article describes the contents of a help pack, produced by Bradford Public Library to help library staff when dealing with violence and aggression at work.
    Ex. Crimes against the person include homicide, rape, assault and robbery.
    Ex. The study was designed to determine if players felt remorse if an opposing player was injured as a result of their act of aggression.
    Ex. The increasing frequency of notorious cases of conflicts between police officers & members of the general public (which in New York City has led to incidents of death, battery, & sexual assault) is cause for alarm.
    Ex. Data on 9318 aggressive incidents were collected from official game reports.
    ----
    * agresión a mano armada = armed assault.
    * agresión brutal = vicious attack, brutal attack.
    * agresión con ensañamiento = vicious attack.
    * agresión con lesiones = assault and battery.
    * agresión física = physical assault, physical aggression.
    * agresión sexual = sexual assault, molestation.
    * agresión verbal = verbal aggression, verbal assault, verbal abuse.
    * * *
    femenino aggression

    se lo acusa de agresión — (Der) he's charged with assault

    * * *
    = attack, aggression, assault, act of aggression, battery, aggressive incident.

    Ex: The incentive to make library services more relevant to the community became increasingly urgent from the mid-seventies as the attacks on local government finance gathered momentum.

    Ex: This article describes the contents of a help pack, produced by Bradford Public Library to help library staff when dealing with violence and aggression at work.
    Ex: Crimes against the person include homicide, rape, assault and robbery.
    Ex: The study was designed to determine if players felt remorse if an opposing player was injured as a result of their act of aggression.
    Ex: The increasing frequency of notorious cases of conflicts between police officers & members of the general public (which in New York City has led to incidents of death, battery, & sexual assault) is cause for alarm.
    Ex: Data on 9318 aggressive incidents were collected from official game reports.
    * agresión a mano armada = armed assault.
    * agresión brutal = vicious attack, brutal attack.
    * agresión con ensañamiento = vicious attack.
    * agresión con lesiones = assault and battery.
    * agresión física = physical assault, physical aggression.
    * agresión sexual = sexual assault, molestation.
    * agresión verbal = verbal aggression, verbal assault, verbal abuse.

    * * *
    aggression
    el ejército responderá a toda agresión por parte extranjera the army will respond to any foreign aggression
    fue víctima de una agresión brutal he was the victim of a brutal attack o assault
    Compuesto:
    sex attack, sexual assault
    * * *

    agresión sustantivo femenino
    aggression;

    agresión sustantivo femenino aggression

    ' agresión' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    herida
    - pacto
    - valor
    - defender
    - herido
    - repeler
    English:
    aggression
    - assault
    - cheek
    - sexual assault
    - aggressive
    - road
    * * *
    [ataque] act of aggression, attack;
    sufrir una agresión to be the victim of an attack
    agresión sexual sex attack
    * * *
    f aggression;
    una agresión an assault, an attack
    * * *
    agresión nf, pl - siones
    1) : aggression
    2) ataque: attack
    * * *
    agresión n aggression

    Spanish-English dictionary > agresión

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