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  • 541 poco atractivo

    adj.
    1 unattractive, unappealing, unshapely, uninviting.
    2 unflattering.
    * * *
    (adj.) = off-putting, unattractive, unglamorous, uninviting, unappealing
    Ex. Some children are prepared to patronize the shop, and use it in quite a different way, when they find the library (however well run) stuffy or off-putting.
    Ex. The simplest KWIC indexes are unattractive and tedious to scan owing to their physical format and typeface.
    Ex. The administrator will be more than repaid by high staff morale for all the trouble-shooting and unglamorous behind-the-scenes planning.
    Ex. A public libary's site communicates at two levels: as a site for the building and as a qualification of the site as far/near, accessible/inaccessible, inviting/ uninviting, etc.
    Ex. In addition, it is pointed out that tourists often have a strange fascination for tragic, macabre or other equally unappealing historical sights.
    * * *
    (adj.) = off-putting, unattractive, unglamorous, uninviting, unappealing

    Ex: Some children are prepared to patronize the shop, and use it in quite a different way, when they find the library (however well run) stuffy or off-putting.

    Ex: The simplest KWIC indexes are unattractive and tedious to scan owing to their physical format and typeface.
    Ex: The administrator will be more than repaid by high staff morale for all the trouble-shooting and unglamorous behind-the-scenes planning.
    Ex: A public libary's site communicates at two levels: as a site for the building and as a qualification of the site as far/near, accessible/inaccessible, inviting/ uninviting, etc.
    Ex: In addition, it is pointed out that tourists often have a strange fascination for tragic, macabre or other equally unappealing historical sights.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco atractivo

  • 542 poco atrevido

    (adj.) = unadventurous
    Ex. With some notable exceptions, the scope of exhibitions has tended to be unadventurous, focusing especially on the graphic and book arts because of their obvious relevance in a library environment.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unadventurous

    Ex: With some notable exceptions, the scope of exhibitions has tended to be unadventurous, focusing especially on the graphic and book arts because of their obvious relevance in a library environment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco atrevido

  • 543 poco audaz

    (adj.) = unadventurous
    Ex. With some notable exceptions, the scope of exhibitions has tended to be unadventurous, focusing especially on the graphic and book arts because of their obvious relevance in a library environment.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unadventurous

    Ex: With some notable exceptions, the scope of exhibitions has tended to be unadventurous, focusing especially on the graphic and book arts because of their obvious relevance in a library environment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco audaz

  • 544 poco aventurero

    adj.
    unadventurous.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unadventurous
    Ex. With some notable exceptions, the scope of exhibitions has tended to be unadventurous, focusing especially on the graphic and book arts because of their obvious relevance in a library environment.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unadventurous

    Ex: With some notable exceptions, the scope of exhibitions has tended to be unadventurous, focusing especially on the graphic and book arts because of their obvious relevance in a library environment.

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  • 545 poco cabelleroso

    (adj.) = ungentlemanlike
    Ex. An analysis of their usage by readers of both sexes revealed some unbecoming sexist attitudes and some ungentlemanlike behaviour.
    * * *

    Ex: An analysis of their usage by readers of both sexes revealed some unbecoming sexist attitudes and some ungentlemanlike behaviour.

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  • 546 poco científico

    adj.
    unscientific.
    * * *
    (adj.) = hit-or-miss, unscientific
    Ex. There may be many excellent community information services whose praises have gone unsung and it may seem that my choice has been based on a rather hit-or-miss method.
    Ex. Despite relatively ' unscientific' methods, useful data were collected on reading habits and use of stock and a noteworthy, albeit insufficient, curb has been placed on periodicals expenditure.
    * * *
    (adj.) = hit-or-miss, unscientific

    Ex: There may be many excellent community information services whose praises have gone unsung and it may seem that my choice has been based on a rather hit-or-miss method.

    Ex: Despite relatively ' unscientific' methods, useful data were collected on reading habits and use of stock and a noteworthy, albeit insufficient, curb has been placed on periodicals expenditure.

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  • 547 poco claro

    adj.
    not very clear, fuzzy, obscure, unclear.
    * * *
    (adj.) = confusing, fuzzy [fuzzier - comp., fuzziest -sup.], indistinct, obscure, unclear, untidy, hazy, inconclusive, slurred, clouded, blurry [blurrier -comp., blurriest -sup.], undistinguished, uncleared, indistinctive, bleary [blearier -comp., bleariest -sup.]
    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. This is a rather fuzzy basis for establishing subject headings, but fuzziness is not the guidelines only fault.
    Ex. The typescript will be fuzzy and indistinct without the smooth, firm surface which the backing sheet offers.
    Ex. Examples are generally poor or obscure (often in Latin or German).
    Ex. Ambiguous words, and terms whose meaning is otherwise unclear, should be avoided.
    Ex. This system is designed to intrepret bank telexes, converting untidy natural language texts into standard-form records in a database.
    Ex. While our vision of our readers is hazy and our interests in them nil, then criticism must be either trivial or irrelevant.
    Ex. A considerable literature exists on the empirical validity of Lotka's law; however, these studies are mainly incomparable and inconclusive, owing to substantial differences in the analytical methods applied.
    Ex. One should answer the telephone clearly and pleasantly -- not in a bored voice or in slurred haste.
    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. On the other hand, a distinction that was thought to be quite clear turns out to be rather blurry.
    Ex. Added entries and references should not be made for undistinguished titles, subtitles, etc., or for inversions of titles.
    Ex. Its relation to cognitive impairment is as yet uncleared.
    Ex. This research suggests that people are threatened by categorizations that portray them as too distinctive or too indistinctive.
    Ex. Her eyes were dry and her head bleary from spending all week totally consumed with work.
    * * *
    (adj.) = confusing, fuzzy [fuzzier - comp., fuzziest -sup.], indistinct, obscure, unclear, untidy, hazy, inconclusive, slurred, clouded, blurry [blurrier -comp., blurriest -sup.], undistinguished, uncleared, indistinctive, bleary [blearier -comp., bleariest -sup.]

    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: This is a rather fuzzy basis for establishing subject headings, but fuzziness is not the guidelines only fault.
    Ex: The typescript will be fuzzy and indistinct without the smooth, firm surface which the backing sheet offers.
    Ex: Examples are generally poor or obscure (often in Latin or German).
    Ex: Ambiguous words, and terms whose meaning is otherwise unclear, should be avoided.
    Ex: This system is designed to intrepret bank telexes, converting untidy natural language texts into standard-form records in a database.
    Ex: While our vision of our readers is hazy and our interests in them nil, then criticism must be either trivial or irrelevant.
    Ex: A considerable literature exists on the empirical validity of Lotka's law; however, these studies are mainly incomparable and inconclusive, owing to substantial differences in the analytical methods applied.
    Ex: One should answer the telephone clearly and pleasantly -- not in a bored voice or in slurred haste.
    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: On the other hand, a distinction that was thought to be quite clear turns out to be rather blurry.
    Ex: Added entries and references should not be made for undistinguished titles, subtitles, etc., or for inversions of titles.
    Ex: Its relation to cognitive impairment is as yet uncleared.
    Ex: This research suggests that people are threatened by categorizations that portray them as too distinctive or too indistinctive.
    Ex: Her eyes were dry and her head bleary from spending all week totally consumed with work.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco claro

  • 548 poco colaborador

    adj.
    uncooperative, unco-operative.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unresponsive
    Ex. A class may be keen, alert, contributive, except for one child who is withdrawn, distracted, unresponsive.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unresponsive

    Ex: A class may be keen, alert, contributive, except for one child who is withdrawn, distracted, unresponsive.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco colaborador

  • 549 poco comercial

    adj.
    uncommercial.
    * * *
    (adj.) = uncommercial
    Ex. University presses were founded specifically to meet the intellectual demand for valuable scholarship, even whenthat demand is uncommercial.
    * * *
    (adj.) = uncommercial

    Ex: University presses were founded specifically to meet the intellectual demand for valuable scholarship, even whenthat demand is uncommercial.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco comercial

  • 550 poco competitivo

    (adj.) = uncompetitive
    Ex. The uncompetitive English book trade at the end of the seventeenth century imported twice as many books as it was able to sell abroad.
    * * *
    (adj.) = uncompetitive

    Ex: The uncompetitive English book trade at the end of the seventeenth century imported twice as many books as it was able to sell abroad.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco competitivo

  • 551 poco complicado

    adj.
    uncomplicated, simple.
    * * *
    = uncomplicated, uncomplicatedly
    Ex. It is an example of an uncomplicated but practical and successful artificial intelligence application.
    Ex. Children which lack reading experience should be presented with a sequence of shorter, very directly told, and uncomplicatedly structured books, rather than with denser and more subtle texts.
    * * *
    = uncomplicated, uncomplicatedly

    Ex: It is an example of an uncomplicated but practical and successful artificial intelligence application.

    Ex: Children which lack reading experience should be presented with a sequence of shorter, very directly told, and uncomplicatedly structured books, rather than with denser and more subtle texts.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco complicado

  • 552 poco comprensivo

    adj.
    unsympathetic.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unsympathetic
    Ex. But of its four sentences, the third was so determined to present a grammatically structured metaphor for its meaning that it dazzled my eye, never mind my already unsympathetic brain.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unsympathetic

    Ex: But of its four sentences, the third was so determined to present a grammatically structured metaphor for its meaning that it dazzled my eye, never mind my already unsympathetic brain.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco comprensivo

  • 553 poco comunicativo

    adj.
    uncommunicative, closemouthed, nondemonstrative, self-contained.
    * * *
    (adj.) = uncommunicative, reserved
    Ex. He was standing in front of me, small, lithe, myopic, shy, uncommunicative, vulnerable.
    Ex. Male librarians believed the public's image of themselves to be more submissive, meek, nervous, effeminate, reserved, following, subdued and less approachable, athletic, and attractive than the undergraduate sample actually saw them.
    * * *
    (adj.) = uncommunicative, reserved

    Ex: He was standing in front of me, small, lithe, myopic, shy, uncommunicative, vulnerable.

    Ex: Male librarians believed the public's image of themselves to be more submissive, meek, nervous, effeminate, reserved, following, subdued and less approachable, athletic, and attractive than the undergraduate sample actually saw them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco comunicativo

  • 554 poco común

    adj.
    uncommon, unusual, rare, one in a million.
    * * *
    (adj.) = rare, unfamiliar, unusual, uncommon, unordinary, out of the ordinary
    Ex. In practice critical abstracts are rare, and certainly do not usually feature in published secondary services.
    Ex. We are used to background noise in air conditioned buildings but the introduction of additional and unfamiliar sounds from AV equipment may be disturbing.
    Ex. If the book has an unusual shape then both the height and the width of the book will be given.
    Ex. Early woodcut initials, coats of arms, etc., were sometimes made from wood cut across the grain, but the use of end-grain blocks remained uncommon until the later eighteenth century.
    Ex. He developed an alternative and unordinary way of talking about out thoughts.
    Ex. In the past, there was a tendency to label a person as abnormal simply because he or she possessed traits that were considered out of the ordinary.
    * * *
    (adj.) = rare, unfamiliar, unusual, uncommon, unordinary, out of the ordinary

    Ex: In practice critical abstracts are rare, and certainly do not usually feature in published secondary services.

    Ex: We are used to background noise in air conditioned buildings but the introduction of additional and unfamiliar sounds from AV equipment may be disturbing.
    Ex: If the book has an unusual shape then both the height and the width of the book will be given.
    Ex: Early woodcut initials, coats of arms, etc., were sometimes made from wood cut across the grain, but the use of end-grain blocks remained uncommon until the later eighteenth century.
    Ex: He developed an alternative and unordinary way of talking about out thoughts.
    Ex: In the past, there was a tendency to label a person as abnormal simply because he or she possessed traits that were considered out of the ordinary.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco común

  • 555 poco confortable

    adj.
    uncomfortable.
    * * *
    (adj.) = uncomfortable
    Ex. And making matters worse, this uncomfortable group sat in a suburban sitting-room flooded with afternoon sunlight like dutifully polite guests at a formal coffee party.
    * * *
    (adj.) = uncomfortable

    Ex: And making matters worse, this uncomfortable group sat in a suburban sitting-room flooded with afternoon sunlight like dutifully polite guests at a formal coffee party.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco confortable

  • 556 poco conocido

    adj.
    little-known, unrenowned, obscure, unheard-of.
    * * *
    (adj.) = obscure, little known
    Ex. This may be relatively easy for well-known authors, but can be difficult for more obscure authors.
    Ex. Coleridge-Taylor died tragically early, leaving behind a wealth of little known music.
    * * *
    (adj.) = obscure, little known

    Ex: This may be relatively easy for well-known authors, but can be difficult for more obscure authors.

    Ex: Coleridge-Taylor died tragically early, leaving behind a wealth of little known music.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco conocido

  • 557 poco convencido

    adj.
    doubtful.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unconvinced
    Ex. Many educators still remain unconvinced of the value of school libraries in the school.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unconvinced

    Ex: Many educators still remain unconvinced of the value of school libraries in the school.

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  • 558 poco convencional

    adj.
    unconventional, maverick.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unconventional
    Ex. As library director he wanted to open the public library to as many social groups as possible, not least by organising many, often unconventional, events.
    * * *

    Ex: As library director he wanted to open the public library to as many social groups as possible, not least by organising many, often unconventional, events.

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  • 559 poco convincente

    adj.
    unconvincing, feeble, inconclusive, invalid.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unconvincing, inconclusive, pat, feeble
    Ex. This text contains its share of irrelevant allusions included by authors 'to add artistic verisimilitude to a bald and otherwise unconvincing narrative', to quote another favourite source.
    Ex. A considerable literature exists on the empirical validity of Lotka's law; however, these studies are mainly incomparable and inconclusive, owing to substantial differences in the analytical methods applied.
    Ex. When challenged about their crimes, many offenders provide pat justifications.
    Ex. Mearns warns us, 'Recollection is treacherous; it is usually too broad or too narrow for another's use; and what is more serious, it is frequently undependable and worn and feeble'.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unconvincing, inconclusive, pat, feeble

    Ex: This text contains its share of irrelevant allusions included by authors 'to add artistic verisimilitude to a bald and otherwise unconvincing narrative', to quote another favourite source.

    Ex: A considerable literature exists on the empirical validity of Lotka's law; however, these studies are mainly incomparable and inconclusive, owing to substantial differences in the analytical methods applied.
    Ex: When challenged about their crimes, many offenders provide pat justifications.
    Ex: Mearns warns us, 'Recollection is treacherous; it is usually too broad or too narrow for another's use; and what is more serious, it is frequently undependable and worn and feeble'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco convincente

  • 560 poco convincentemente

    adv.
    unconvincingly.
    * * *
    Ex. She argues - cleverly but unconvincingly - that environmental concerns can develop only out of economic comfort, & that curbing economic growth is not compatible with preserving the environment.
    * * *

    Ex: She argues - cleverly but unconvincingly - that environmental concerns can develop only out of economic comfort, & that curbing economic growth is not compatible with preserving the environment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco convincentemente

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