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  • 241 casa consistorial

    f.
    Town Hall, city hall.
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    town hall
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    (n.) = civic hall
    Ex. The planned library will be part of a complex including a civic hall, information lobby, exhibition rooms and a restaurant.
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    (n.) = civic hall

    Ex: The planned library will be part of a complex including a civic hall, information lobby, exhibition rooms and a restaurant.

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa consistorial

  • 242 casa de campo

    country house
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    (n.) = holiday home, country residence
    Ex. In recent decades tourism has vastly increased in the area and many once empty houses have been restored as second or holiday homes.
    Ex. S. Augustine's abbey became later the country residence of the abbots.
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    (n.) = holiday home, country residence

    Ex: In recent decades tourism has vastly increased in the area and many once empty houses have been restored as second or holiday homes.

    Ex: S. Augustine's abbey became later the country residence of the abbots.

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    country house

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa de campo

  • 243 casa de empeño

    (n.) = pawnshop, hock shop [hockshop]
    Ex. Fortunately, banks have successfully weaned people away from pawnshops and moneylenders.
    Ex. IN 1999, David Zinberg took jewelry from a handful of his hock shops and began auctioning them online.
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    (n.) = pawnshop, hock shop [hockshop]

    Ex: Fortunately, banks have successfully weaned people away from pawnshops and moneylenders.

    Ex: IN 1999, David Zinberg took jewelry from a handful of his hock shops and began auctioning them online.

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    pawnshop

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa de empeño

  • 244 casa de huéspedes

    boarding house
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    (n.) = guesthouse [guest house], bed and breakfast (B&B)
    Ex. The aim is to establish a central library with a network of branches in guest houses and other places of accommodation.
    Ex. Comparing this car to other people carriers is like comparing the Ritz Hotel to a bed and breakfast.
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    (n.) = guesthouse [guest house], bed and breakfast (B&B)

    Ex: The aim is to establish a central library with a network of branches in guest houses and other places of accommodation.

    Ex: Comparing this car to other people carriers is like comparing the Ritz Hotel to a bed and breakfast.

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    rooming house, Br
    boarding house

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa de huéspedes

  • 245 casa de locos

    (fam) madhouse (colloq)
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    (n.) = lunatic asylum, madhouse, bedlam
    Ex. The writer argues that the steady growth in lunatic asylums in early-19th-century British India played an important role in the making of colonial society.
    Ex. In the book, Romania is a madhouse filled with the handicapped, deaf mutes, and stutterers.
    Ex. In subsequent years, Bethlem became ' Bedlam,' a metaphor for madness; being so long the only public receptacle for the insane, it became equated with madness itself.
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    (fam) madhouse (colloq)
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    (n.) = lunatic asylum, madhouse, bedlam

    Ex: The writer argues that the steady growth in lunatic asylums in early-19th-century British India played an important role in the making of colonial society.

    Ex: In the book, Romania is a madhouse filled with the handicapped, deaf mutes, and stutterers.
    Ex: In subsequent years, Bethlem became ' Bedlam,' a metaphor for madness; being so long the only public receptacle for the insane, it became equated with madness itself.

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    madhouse

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa de locos

  • 246 casa de pisos

    block of flats
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    (n.) = tenement, apartment block, apartment building, apartment complex
    Ex. To be sure, it still has its congeries of mills and factories, its grimy huddle of frame dwellings and congested tenements, its stark, jagged skyline, but its old face is gradually changing.
    Ex. The difference between the two systems can be illustrated by analogy with a set of letter-boxes located in the entrance to an apartment block, with one box for each resident.
    Ex. The broad tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes surrounded by ample greenery on what were once the outskirts of town -- the gracious and expansive habitations of the wealthy mill and factory owners -- gradually yield to a miscellany of recent bungalows, modest cottages, and modern apartment buildings.
    Ex. Multiculturalism is the reality of the community's neighbourhood and apartment complexes.
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    (n.) = tenement, apartment block, apartment building, apartment complex

    Ex: To be sure, it still has its congeries of mills and factories, its grimy huddle of frame dwellings and congested tenements, its stark, jagged skyline, but its old face is gradually changing.

    Ex: The difference between the two systems can be illustrated by analogy with a set of letter-boxes located in the entrance to an apartment block, with one box for each resident.
    Ex: The broad tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes surrounded by ample greenery on what were once the outskirts of town -- the gracious and expansive habitations of the wealthy mill and factory owners -- gradually yield to a miscellany of recent bungalows, modest cottages, and modern apartment buildings.
    Ex: Multiculturalism is the reality of the community's neighbourhood and apartment complexes.

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    apartment house, Br
    block of flats

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa de pisos

  • 247 casa de putas

    (vulg) whorehouse (vulg)
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    (n.) = brothel, bawdy house [bawdyhouse]
    Ex. And there was the curious behaviour of Plantin's compositor Michel Mayer, who in June 1564 spent Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in a brothel, then packed his things and left the establishment without saying a word to anyone.
    Ex. The author describes the cowboys, barrooms, variety theaters, and bawdy houses and their patrons in an attempt to separate historical reality from local myth.
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    (vulg) whorehouse (vulg)
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    (n.) = brothel, bawdy house [bawdyhouse]

    Ex: And there was the curious behaviour of Plantin's compositor Michel Mayer, who in June 1564 spent Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in a brothel, then packed his things and left the establishment without saying a word to anyone.

    Ex: The author describes the cowboys, barrooms, variety theaters, and bawdy houses and their patrons in an attempt to separate historical reality from local myth.

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    brothel

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa de putas

  • 248 casa pareada

    (n.) = duplex, duplex house
    Ex. In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.
    Ex. That system is increasingly insufficient due to more housing in the area built recently, more people living in duplex houses, and more apartment buildings.
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    (n.) = duplex, duplex house

    Ex: In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.

    Ex: That system is increasingly insufficient due to more housing in the area built recently, more people living in duplex houses, and more apartment buildings.

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    semi-detached house

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa pareada

  • 249 casa prefabricada

    f.
    prefabricated house, prefab, light house.
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    (n.) = manufactured home, prefabricated house
    Ex. Over 17 million people in the U.S. live in manufactured homes.
    Ex. More and more architects are incorporating modern designs into the prefabricated houses of today.
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    (n.) = manufactured home, prefabricated house

    Ex: Over 17 million people in the U.S. live in manufactured homes.

    Ex: More and more architects are incorporating modern designs into the prefabricated houses of today.

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    prefab

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa prefabricada

  • 250 casa solariega

    f.
    1 country house, ancestral home, country manor, manor.
    2 mansion, family seat, seat of family, stately home.
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    ancestral home, family seat
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    (n.) = ancestral home, country house, stately home, manor house
    Ex. After lunch we'll travel southwards to Culzean Castle, the ancestral home of the Kennedy family.
    Ex. Over 180 country houses were demolished or gutted in Scotland in the years after the Second World War.
    Ex. Librarians are no strangers to the use of mobile vans as a means of taking books to scattered rural communities, even individual farms and stately homes.
    Ex. There are many interesting manor houses and castles worth a visit in the region.
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    (n.) = ancestral home, country house, stately home, manor house

    Ex: After lunch we'll travel southwards to Culzean Castle, the ancestral home of the Kennedy family.

    Ex: Over 180 country houses were demolished or gutted in Scotland in the years after the Second World War.
    Ex: Librarians are no strangers to the use of mobile vans as a means of taking books to scattered rural communities, even individual farms and stately homes.
    Ex: There are many interesting manor houses and castles worth a visit in the region.

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa solariega

  • 251 de derecho

    by right
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    = de jure [iure]
    Ex. OSI is a de jure standard, formally approved by an official standards-making body and often having the status of a law or treaty.
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    = de jure [iure]

    Ex: OSI is a de jure standard, formally approved by an official standards-making body and often having the status of a law or treaty.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de derecho

  • 252 derecho administrativo

    m.
    administrative law.
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    Ex. Administrative law is one of the 3 basic areas of public law dealing with the relationship between government and its citizens, the other 2 being constitutional law and criminal law.
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    Ex: Administrative law is one of the 3 basic areas of public law dealing with the relationship between government and its citizens, the other 2 being constitutional law and criminal law.

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    administrative law

    Spanish-English dictionary > derecho administrativo

  • 253 derecho al voto

    the right to vote
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    (n.) = suffrage, voting rights, right to vote, the
    Ex. Research undertaken recently for suffrage commemorative publications has shown little surviving documentation from many previously active women's organizations.
    Ex. A flyer was also provided with the letter explaining voting rights for felons.
    Ex. The right to vote and cast a secret ballot should be the foundation of democracy.
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    (n.) = suffrage, voting rights, right to vote, the

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

    Ex: A flyer was also provided with the letter explaining voting rights for felons.
    Ex: The right to vote and cast a secret ballot should be the foundation of democracy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > derecho al voto

  • 254 derecho civil

    m.
    civil law, Roman law, civil right.
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    civil law
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    (n.) = civil law
    Ex. Academics at the conference spoke of particular concerns in their fields of civil law, English language and regional planning.
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    (n.) = civil law

    Ex: Academics at the conference spoke of particular concerns in their fields of civil law, English language and regional planning.

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    civil law

    Spanish-English dictionary > derecho civil

  • 255 derecho de voto

    (n.) = suffrage, voting rights, right to vote, the
    Ex. Research undertaken recently for suffrage commemorative publications has shown little surviving documentation from many previously active women's organizations.
    Ex. A flyer was also provided with the letter explaining voting rights for felons.
    Ex. The right to vote and cast a secret ballot should be the foundation of democracy.
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    (n.) = suffrage, voting rights, right to vote, the

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

    Ex: A flyer was also provided with the letter explaining voting rights for felons.
    Ex: The right to vote and cast a secret ballot should be the foundation of democracy.

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    right to vote

    Spanish-English dictionary > derecho de voto

  • 256 derecho inalienable

    inalienable right
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    (n.) = inalienable right, birthright, unalienable right
    Ex. Anyone who is denied access to needed information cannot truly pursue the happiness that is everyone's inalienable right.
    Ex. The frontier and opportunist nature of Australia had tended to promote social advancement either in terms of good fortune, hard work, or ingenuity rather than by virtue of birthright.
    Ex. The first principle of unalienable rights recognizes that everyone is naturally endowed by their Creator with certain rights that cannot be infringed or given away.
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    (n.) = inalienable right, birthright, unalienable right

    Ex: Anyone who is denied access to needed information cannot truly pursue the happiness that is everyone's inalienable right.

    Ex: The frontier and opportunist nature of Australia had tended to promote social advancement either in terms of good fortune, hard work, or ingenuity rather than by virtue of birthright.
    Ex: The first principle of unalienable rights recognizes that everyone is naturally endowed by their Creator with certain rights that cannot be infringed or given away.

    Spanish-English dictionary > derecho inalienable

  • 257 derecho internacional

    m.
    international law, law of nations.
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    Ex. International law & cyberspace are not worlds apart anymore.
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    Ex: International law & cyberspace are not worlds apart anymore.

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    international law

    Spanish-English dictionary > derecho internacional

  • 258 derecho penal

    m.
    criminal law, penal law.
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    criminal law
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    (n.) = criminal law, penal law
    Ex. However, as a sub-class of 343, criminal law, we require the entry Courts: Criminal 343.19.
    Ex. The new penal law is based on administrative regulations and is thus intended to be clearer and easier to enforce.
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    (n.) = criminal law, penal law

    Ex: However, as a sub-class of 343, criminal law, we require the entry Courts: Criminal 343.19.

    Ex: The new penal law is based on administrative regulations and is thus intended to be clearer and easier to enforce.

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    criminal law

    Spanish-English dictionary > derecho penal

  • 259 empezar la casa por el tejado

    figurado to put the cart before the horse
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    Ex. Such an approach is much like the tail wagging the dog.
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    Ex: Such an approach is much like the tail wagging the dog.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empezar la casa por el tejado

  • 260 equipo de casa

    (n.) = home team
    Ex. This finding contradicts the general belief that spectators' cheering encourages better performance in a home team.
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    el equipo de casa
    (n.) = home side, the

    Ex: Then in a grandstand finish the home side, on top throughout, were kept at bay by the agility of the visiting team's goalkeeper.

    (n.) = home team

    Ex: This finding contradicts the general belief that spectators' cheering encourages better performance in a home team.

    Spanish-English dictionary > equipo de casa

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