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  • 1 CD-I (CD-Interactivo)

    Ex. CD-I (CD-Interactive) finally allows them to be integrated together in a seamless fashion = Finalmente el CD-I (CD-Interactivo) les permite integrarse de una manera transparente.

    Spanish-English dictionary > CD-I (CD-Interactivo)

  • 2 adaptable

    adj.
    adaptable.
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    1 adaptable
    * * *
    ADJ (=versátil) adaptable, versatile; (Tip) compatible
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    adjetivo adaptable
    * * *
    = adaptable, adaptive, deployable, versatile, flexible, resilient, conformable.
    Ex. The intention was to make the interior finish as flexible and adaptable as possible.
    Ex. We can have intelligent information systems able to provide effective access to information depending on texts or documents through the autonomous, adaptive manipulation of concepts.
    Ex. In addition, it should be deployable for new languages an order of magnitude more quickly than traditional technologies.
    Ex. Moreover, they will be far more versatile than present commercial, so that they may readily be adapted for a wide variety of operations.
    Ex. Some users and classifiers find it beneficial to have a notation which is sufficiently flexible to permit a variety of citation orders to be adopted as appropriate to the document and the user's perspective.
    Ex. The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex. For transducing, the proposal relies on conformable strips hosting pressure sensitive units directly placed on the aircraft aerodynamic surfaces.
    ----
    * adaptable a = accommodative to.
    * adaptable a la situación = situation-aware.
    * adaptable a las necesidades del usuario = customisable [customizable, -USA].
    * hacer que sea adaptable = render + adaptable.
    * * *
    adjetivo adaptable
    * * *
    = adaptable, adaptive, deployable, versatile, flexible, resilient, conformable.

    Ex: The intention was to make the interior finish as flexible and adaptable as possible.

    Ex: We can have intelligent information systems able to provide effective access to information depending on texts or documents through the autonomous, adaptive manipulation of concepts.
    Ex: In addition, it should be deployable for new languages an order of magnitude more quickly than traditional technologies.
    Ex: Moreover, they will be far more versatile than present commercial, so that they may readily be adapted for a wide variety of operations.
    Ex: Some users and classifiers find it beneficial to have a notation which is sufficiently flexible to permit a variety of citation orders to be adopted as appropriate to the document and the user's perspective.
    Ex: The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex: For transducing, the proposal relies on conformable strips hosting pressure sensitive units directly placed on the aircraft aerodynamic surfaces.
    * adaptable a = accommodative to.
    * adaptable a la situación = situation-aware.
    * adaptable a las necesidades del usuario = customisable [customizable, -USA].
    * hacer que sea adaptable = render + adaptable.

    * * *
    adaptable
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    adaptable adjetivo
    adaptable
    adaptable adjetivo adaptable
    ' adaptable' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acomodaticia
    - acomodaticio
    - amoldable
    English:
    adaptable
    * * *
    adaptable
    * * *
    adj adaptable
    * * *
    : adaptable

    Spanish-English dictionary > adaptable

  • 3 asistencial

    adj.
    1 healthcare (medicine).
    servicios asistenciales healthcare services
    2 helping, pertaining to relief service, pertaining to social service.
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    adjetivo welfare (before n)
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    * continuidad asistencial = seamless care.
    * * *
    adjetivo welfare (before n)
    * * *
    * continuidad asistencial = seamless care.
    * * *
    welfare ( before n)
    * * *

    asistencial adjetivo
    welfare ( before n)
    * * *
    [sanitario] health care;
    servicios asistenciales health care services

    Spanish-English dictionary > asistencial

  • 4 capaz de adaptarse y superar adversidades

    (adj.) = resilient
    Ex. The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    * * *
    (adj.) = resilient

    Ex: The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > capaz de adaptarse y superar adversidades

  • 5 conectado por cable

    (n.) = wired-up, hardwired [hard wired], wired, wireline
    Ex. The use of networking to optimise use of information resources will increase the university's competitive edge, but only a minority of universities have the funds to support a fully ' wired-up' campus.
    Ex. If you have data you want to protect, encrypt the link or go to hardwired link.
    Ex. The University of Stirling has, since 1989, been operating an information technology strategy based on the concept of the ' wired campus'.
    Ex. Existing wireline networks, with their ubiquity, seamless operations, and ease of use, have provided clear benchmarks for satisfying customers' basic personal communications needs.
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    (n.) = wired-up, hardwired [hard wired], wired, wireline

    Ex: The use of networking to optimise use of information resources will increase the university's competitive edge, but only a minority of universities have the funds to support a fully ' wired-up' campus.

    Ex: If you have data you want to protect, encrypt the link or go to hardwired link.
    Ex: The University of Stirling has, since 1989, been operating an information technology strategy based on the concept of the ' wired campus'.
    Ex: Existing wireline networks, with their ubiquity, seamless operations, and ease of use, have provided clear benchmarks for satisfying customers' basic personal communications needs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > conectado por cable

  • 6 continuidad

    f.
    continuity.
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    1 continuity
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=permanencia) continuity
    2) (=continuación) continuation

    su continuidad en el equipo está fuera de dudas — his continuation in the team is beyond doubt, there is no doubt whatsoever that he will remain o stay in the team

    3) (Cine, TV) continuity
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    femenino continuity
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    = continuity, continuation, sustainability.
    Ex. A style that provides continuity should be adopted, even if this is contrary to normal language usage.
    Ex. We argue strongly for the continuation into the electro-copying era of the fair dealing provisions in legislation designed for the photocopying era.
    Ex. The sustainability of CD-ROM databases appears to be threatened by the lack of awareness as to its potential as a valuable resource to support research.
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    * continuidad asistencial = seamless care.
    * mantener la continuidad = maintain + continuity.
    * * *
    femenino continuity
    * * *
    = continuity, continuation, sustainability.

    Ex: A style that provides continuity should be adopted, even if this is contrary to normal language usage.

    Ex: We argue strongly for the continuation into the electro-copying era of the fair dealing provisions in legislation designed for the photocopying era.
    Ex: The sustainability of CD-ROM databases appears to be threatened by the lack of awareness as to its potential as a valuable resource to support research.
    * continuidad asistencial = seamless care.
    * mantener la continuidad = maintain + continuity.

    * * *
    1
    (de un proceso): parece improbable su continuidad al frente del ministerio it seems unlikely that he will continue as minister
    2 ( Cin) continuity
    * * *

     

    continuidad sustantivo femenino
    continuity
    continuidad sustantivo femenino continuity
    ' continuidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    locutor
    - pasar
    English:
    continuity
    - on
    - announcer
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    1. [en una sucesión] continuity;
    su última película representa la continuidad de un estilo iniciado hace tiempo his latest film shows him continuing in the style he adopted some time ago
    2. [permanencia] continuation;
    es necesaria su continuidad al frente del partido para garantizar la estabilidad he must continue as party leader to guarantee stability;
    Formal
    3. Cine & TV continuity
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    f continuity;
    * * *
    : continuity

    Spanish-English dictionary > continuidad

  • 7 continuidad asistencial

    Ex. For seamless care to exist we need excellent communication between all parts of the service, with preferably at least some staff working in both community and hospital.
    * * *

    Ex: For seamless care to exist we need excellent communication between all parts of the service, with preferably at least some staff working in both community and hospital.

    Spanish-English dictionary > continuidad asistencial

  • 8 costura2

    2 = seam.
    Ex. Attempts to use leather-covered rollers in place of ink-balls for hand-press work had been made soon after 1800, but they were frustrated by the unavoidable marks made by the seam with which the leather was sewn on.
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    * bordado sin costuras = needlepoint lace.
    * sin costuras = seamless.

    Spanish-English dictionary > costura2

  • 9 de la localidad

    (adj.) = locally based [locally-based]
    Ex. A virtual library should provide seamless access to both remote and locally-based resources contained.
    * * *
    (adj.) = locally based [locally-based]

    Ex: A virtual library should provide seamless access to both remote and locally-based resources contained.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de la localidad

  • 10 elástico2

    2 = elastic, resilient, tensile, stretchy [stretchier -comp., stretchiest -sup.], springy [springier -comp., springiest -sup.].
    Ex. Any guidance concerning style and content must be elastic enough to permit the abstractor to use his discretion to achieve a good abstract.
    Ex. The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex. Unless we are clear about the answers, we are likely to make a number of gross mistakes in trying to bring children and books together in a tensile and lasting connection.
    Ex. Wetsuits are made from neoprene, a stretchy synthetic rubber material.
    Ex. The manufacturers of this type of artificial turf say that while the grass is soft and springy underfoot it is extremely tough and hard-wearing.
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    * cama elástica = trampoline.
    * correa elástica = bungee, bungee cord, elastic cord.
    * gimnasta de la cama elástica = trampolinist.
    * goma elástica = bungee, bungee cord, elastic cord.
    * viscoso y elástico = viscoelastic.

    Spanish-English dictionary > elástico2

  • 11 entintar

    v.
    1 to stain with ink.
    2 to tinge or give a different color.
    3 to ink, to dye, to ink in.
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    1 (manchar) to stain with ink
    3 figurado (teñir) to dye
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    VT
    1) (=llenar de tinta) [+ tampón] to ink; [+ blanco] to ink in
    2) (=manchar) to stain with ink
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    verbo transitivo
    a) (Impr) < tipos> to ink; < espacio> to ink in
    b) ( manchar) to stain... with ink

    con los dedos entintadoswith inky o ink-stained fingers

    * * *
    = ink.
    Ex. The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
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    * entintar la forma = beat + the forme.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    a) (Impr) < tipos> to ink; < espacio> to ink in
    b) ( manchar) to stain... with ink

    con los dedos entintadoswith inky o ink-stained fingers

    * * *
    = ink.

    Ex: The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.

    * entintar la forma = beat + the forme.

    * * *
    entintar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ( Impr) ‹tipos› to ink; ‹espacio› to ink in
    2 (manchar) to stain … with ink
    con los dedos entintados with inky o ink-stained fingers, with ink all over his fingers
    * * *
    1. Imprenta to ink
    2. [teñir] to dye, to tint
    * * *
    : to ink

    Spanish-English dictionary > entintar

  • 12 factible

    adj.
    feasible.
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    1 feasible, practicable, workable
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    adj.
    feasible, practicable
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    adjetivo possible, feasible
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    = workable, feasible, practicable, realisable [realizable, -USA], satisfiable, doable.
    Ex. The type of environment in which the principles of pre-coordination are workable are restricted by the acceptable bulk or length of index headings.
    Ex. Other words which might be feasible access points in a general index prove worthless in an index devoted to a special subject area.
    Ex. Now, with computerized data-bases and vast amounts of data in transit, access to it -- authorized and unauthorized -- is more practicable.
    Ex. Barbara Tillett's vision of one seamless bibliographic system, either real or virtual, looks realizable over a 5 to 10 year horizon.
    Ex. The result is a pair of overlapping sets of sufficient conditions for autonomy that are argued to be satisfiable by real human agents.
    Ex. This has opened up issues of what is & is not thinkable &, therefore, doable in the present conjuncture of crisis & instability.
    ----
    * hacer factible = make + feasible.
    * ser factible de = be amenable to.
    * solución factible = workable solution.
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    adjetivo possible, feasible
    * * *
    = workable, feasible, practicable, realisable [realizable, -USA], satisfiable, doable.

    Ex: The type of environment in which the principles of pre-coordination are workable are restricted by the acceptable bulk or length of index headings.

    Ex: Other words which might be feasible access points in a general index prove worthless in an index devoted to a special subject area.
    Ex: Now, with computerized data-bases and vast amounts of data in transit, access to it -- authorized and unauthorized -- is more practicable.
    Ex: Barbara Tillett's vision of one seamless bibliographic system, either real or virtual, looks realizable over a 5 to 10 year horizon.
    Ex: The result is a pair of overlapping sets of sufficient conditions for autonomy that are argued to be satisfiable by real human agents.
    Ex: This has opened up issues of what is & is not thinkable &, therefore, doable in the present conjuncture of crisis & instability.
    * hacer factible = make + feasible.
    * ser factible de = be amenable to.
    * solución factible = workable solution.

    * * *
    possible, feasible
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    factible adjetivo
    possible, feasible
    factible adjetivo practicable, feasible
    ' factible' also found in these entries:
    English:
    doable
    - feasible
    - practicable
    - viable
    - workable
    - practical
    * * *
    feasible
    * * *
    adj feasible
    * * *
    : feasible, practicable

    Spanish-English dictionary > factible

  • 13 flexible

    adj.
    flexible.
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    1 flexible
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    adj.
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    1. ADJ
    1) [material, actitud] flexible; [cuerpo] supple; (Téc) pliable; [sombrero] soft
    2) [persona] flexible, open-minded; pey compliant
    2. SM
    2) (Elec) flex, cord
    * * *
    adjetivo flexible
    * * *
    = elastic, flexible, hospitable, tensile, accommodating, limber, compromising, soft-line, supple [suppler -comp., supplest -sup.], adaptable, versatile, lithe [lither -comp., lithest -sup.], springy [springier -comp., springiest -sup.], resilient, conformable.
    Ex. Any guidance concerning style and content must be elastic enough to permit the abstractor to use his discretion to achieve a good abstract.
    Ex. Some users and classifiers find it beneficial to have a notation which is sufficiently flexible to permit a variety of citation orders to be adopted as appropriate to the document and the user's perspective.
    Ex. It is necessary that any notation be hospitable to the insertion of new subjects.
    Ex. Unless we are clear about the answers, we are likely to make a number of gross mistakes in trying to bring children and books together in a tensile and lasting connection.
    Ex. Style flexibility provides a way to be accommodating without compromising integrity or naturalness of expression = La flexibilidad de estilo es una forma de ser complaciente sin poner en peligro la integridad o la naturalidad de la expresión.
    Ex. His limber writing consequentializes the inconsequential, and there is not one morose moment in his work, no hint of sourness.
    Ex. There are different styles of handling interpersonal conflict such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising.
    Ex. Part 1 examines and discusses the pros and cons of both hard-line and soft-line approaches to moral education.
    Ex. The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
    Ex. The intention was to make the interior finish as flexible and adaptable as possible.
    Ex. Moreover, they will be far more versatile than present commercial, so that they may readily be adapted for a wide variety of operations.
    Ex. He was standing in front of me, small, lithe, myopic, shy, uncommunicative, vulnerable.
    Ex. The manufacturers of this type of artificial turf say that while the grass is soft and springy underfoot it is extremely tough and hard-wearing.
    Ex. The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex. For transducing, the proposal relies on conformable strips hosting pressure sensitive units directly placed on the aircraft aerodynamic surfaces.
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    * de un modo flexible = flexibly.
    * de uso flexible = hop-on/hop-off.
    * disco flexible = floppy disc.
    * encuadernación flexible en papel = limp paper binding.
    * encuadernación flexible en vitela = limp vellum binding.
    * hacer flexible = limber up.
    * hacer que sea flexible = render + flexible.
    * poco flexible = monolithic, inelastic.
    * * *
    adjetivo flexible
    * * *
    = elastic, flexible, hospitable, tensile, accommodating, limber, compromising, soft-line, supple [suppler -comp., supplest -sup.], adaptable, versatile, lithe [lither -comp., lithest -sup.], springy [springier -comp., springiest -sup.], resilient, conformable.

    Ex: Any guidance concerning style and content must be elastic enough to permit the abstractor to use his discretion to achieve a good abstract.

    Ex: Some users and classifiers find it beneficial to have a notation which is sufficiently flexible to permit a variety of citation orders to be adopted as appropriate to the document and the user's perspective.
    Ex: It is necessary that any notation be hospitable to the insertion of new subjects.
    Ex: Unless we are clear about the answers, we are likely to make a number of gross mistakes in trying to bring children and books together in a tensile and lasting connection.
    Ex: Style flexibility provides a way to be accommodating without compromising integrity or naturalness of expression = La flexibilidad de estilo es una forma de ser complaciente sin poner en peligro la integridad o la naturalidad de la expresión.
    Ex: His limber writing consequentializes the inconsequential, and there is not one morose moment in his work, no hint of sourness.
    Ex: There are different styles of handling interpersonal conflict such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising.
    Ex: Part 1 examines and discusses the pros and cons of both hard-line and soft-line approaches to moral education.
    Ex: The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
    Ex: The intention was to make the interior finish as flexible and adaptable as possible.
    Ex: Moreover, they will be far more versatile than present commercial, so that they may readily be adapted for a wide variety of operations.
    Ex: He was standing in front of me, small, lithe, myopic, shy, uncommunicative, vulnerable.
    Ex: The manufacturers of this type of artificial turf say that while the grass is soft and springy underfoot it is extremely tough and hard-wearing.
    Ex: The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex: For transducing, the proposal relies on conformable strips hosting pressure sensitive units directly placed on the aircraft aerodynamic surfaces.
    * de un modo flexible = flexibly.
    * de uso flexible = hop-on/hop-off.
    * disco flexible = floppy disc.
    * encuadernación flexible en papel = limp paper binding.
    * encuadernación flexible en vitela = limp vellum binding.
    * hacer flexible = limber up.
    * hacer que sea flexible = render + flexible.
    * poco flexible = monolithic, inelastic.

    * * *
    1 ‹material› flexible, pliable
    2 ‹cuerpo› supple, flexible
    3 ‹norma/horario› flexible
    4 ‹actitud/enfoque› flexible; ‹carácter/personalidad› easygoing, flexible
    * * *

    flexible adjetivo
    flexible
    flexible adjetivo
    1 flexible: no se puede decir que el cristal sea un material flexible, we couldn't class glass as a flexible material
    2 lax, tolerant, mellowed: con la edad se ha vuelto más flexible, she has mellowed with age
    ' flexible' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adaptable
    - flexibilidad
    - goma
    - cerrazón
    - disco
    - elástico
    - horario
    - trampolín
    English:
    adaptable
    - elastic
    - flexible
    - floppy
    - fluid
    - lissom
    - lissome
    - lithe
    - pliable
    - supple
    - flex
    - versatile
    * * *
    1. [material] flexible;
    [cuerpo] supple
    2. [actitud] flexible
    3. [horario] flexible
    * * *
    I adj flexible
    II m EL cord, Br tb
    flex
    * * *
    : flexible
    1) : flexible electrical cord
    2) : soft hat
    * * *
    flexible adj flexible

    Spanish-English dictionary > flexible

  • 14 futuro

    adj.
    future, forthcoming, unborn.
    m.
    1 future, future time, future-to-be.
    2 future, future tense.
    3 prospect, future possibilities.
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    1 future
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (prometido) fiancé, intended; (prometida) fiancée, intended
    1 future
    1 (financieros) futures
    \
    en un futuro próximo in the near future
    futuro perfecto future perfect
    ————————
    1 future
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    1. noun m. 2. (f. - futura)
    adj.
    * * *
    futuro, -a
    1.
    ADJ future
    2.
    SM / F * fiancé/fiancée
    3. SM

    en lo futuro, en un futuro — some time in the future

    a futuro Chile in the future

    2) (Ling) future (tense)
    3) pl futuros (Com) futures
    futura
    * * *
    I
    - ra adjetivo < presidente> future (before n)
    II
    1) ( porvenir) future

    ¿qué nos deparará el futuro? — what will the future bring?

    en un futuro cercano or próximo — in the near future

    en el or en lo futuro — in future

    un empleo con/sin futuro — a job with good prospects/with no prospects

    2) (Ling) future (tense)
    III
    - ra masculino, femenino (fam & hum) intended (colloq & hum)
    * * *
    = forthcoming, future, intending, prospect, would-be + Nombre, outlook, coming, horizon, long haul, prospective, yet-to-be, future ahead, intended.
    Ex. Following internal discussion, it was agreed that a new library should be given the University's top priority in any forthcoming capital building project.
    Ex. The use of a scheme in centrally or co-operatively produced catalogue records can also be important in establishing its future.
    Ex. The intending borrower merely specifies a search key for the item he wishes to borrow, and the system provides a bibliographic description.
    Ex. At the time OCLC started, there was no prospect for a national authority file.
    Ex. The only viable alternatives open to would-be users are to produce or commission the production of custom-made application programs.
    Ex. In their first review article of children's reference books in 1982, the School Library Journal's Review Committe for children's reference books presents a bleak outlook.
    Ex. I have myself seen, in a northern market, a bookstall where the stall-holder had over a dozen old shoeboxes under the counter in which each month the ten new titles were placed so that the customers could buy the whole new range gradually over the coming month.
    Ex. Barbara Tillett's vision of one seamless bibliographic system, either real or virtual, looks realizable over a 5 to 10 year horizon.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Legacy for the long haul' = El artículo se titula "El patrimonio para el futuro".
    Ex. The advocacy of title entry for serials implies an ideology which focuses on the publication as the principal object of interest of the prospective library user rather than the work conveyed by the book or publication.
    Ex. If the past is an indicator, current, emerging and yet-to-be Web features and functionalities will have a significant impact on the content and publishing of serials.
    Ex. The road of special librarianship was branching, and in order to succeed members had to look down both forks in order to be best prepared for the future ahead.
    Ex. In all 20 per cent of visitors went out of the bookshop with a book they had intended to buy, 15 per cent went out with a book they had not intended to buy and 67 went out with both intended and unintended purchases.
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    * acondicionado para el futuro = future-proof.
    * adivinación del futuro = fortune telling.
    * adivinar el futuro = fortune telling.
    * anticipar el futuro = anticipate + the future.
    * a tener en cuenta en el futuro = for future reference.
    * con futuro = up-and-coming.
    * con miras al futuro = forward-looking.
    * con poca visión de futuro = short-sighted [shortsighted].
    * con visión de futuro = far-sighted, forward-thinking, far-seeing, long-sighted.
    * ¿cuál es el futuro de? = quo vadis.
    * del futuro = of the years to come, yet to come.
    * determinar el futuro = shape + the future.
    * donación futura = planned giving.
    * el futuro = the way ahead, the way of the future.
    * el futuro + estar + justo a la vuelta de la esquina = the future + be + just around the corner.
    * encarar el futuro = face up to + the future.
    * en cualquier momento en el futuro = at some stage.
    * en el futuro = Número + Tiempo + ahead, down the road, in future, in time(s) to come, at + future date, in (the) years to come, at some future time, in the years to come, in the years ahead, in years to come, at some future point, in the future, for future reference, for the years to come.
    * en el futuro a largo plazo = in the long-term future.
    * en el futuro cercano = in the foreseeable future.
    * en el futuro inmediato = in the offing, in the foreseeable future.
    * en el futuro lejano = further in the future.
    * enfrentarse al futuro = face up to + the future, face + the future.
    * en un futuro cercano = in the near future.
    * en un futuro más o menos cercano = in the near future, in the near future.
    * en un futuro muy cercano = in the very near future.
    * en un futuro no muy distante = in the not too distant future.
    * en un futuro no muy lejano = in the not too distant future, in the near future.
    * en un futuro próximo = in the near future.
    * esperar en el futuro = be in store for + Nombre + in the future, future + have in store.
    * falta de visión de futuro = shortsightedness, nearsightedness [near-sightedness], myopia.
    * falto de visión de futuro = myopic.
    * forjar el futuro = forge + the future, shape + the future.
    * futura generación = future generation.
    * futuro + aguardar = future + hold.
    * futuro a largo plazo = long-term future.
    * futuro cercano, el = near future, the.
    * futuro + deparar = future + hold, be in store for + Nombre + in the future, be in store for + Nombre + in the future, future + have in store.
    * futuro, el = years ahead, the, road ahead, the.
    * futuro esposo = bridegroom, husband-to-be.
    * futuro + estar + en + Posesivo + manos = future + be + in + Posesivo + hands.
    * futuro incierto = uncertain future.
    * futuro inmediato = immediate future.
    * futuro inmediato, el = near future, the.
    * futuro marido = bridegroom, husband-to-be.
    * futuro previsible = foreseeable future.
    * futuro profesional = professional future.
    * futuro prometedor = bright future.
    * hacer frente al futuro = face up to + the future.
    * hacia el futuro = onward(s).
    * hay que mirar hacia el futuro = the show must go on.
    * hay que pensar en el futuro = the show must go on.
    * hipotecar el futuro = mortgage + the future.
    * labrar el futuro = shape + the future.
    * lo que el futuro depara a = what is on store for.
    * mirar hacia el futuro = look forward, look + ahead.
    * Nombre + futuro = further + Nombre.
    * ocurrir en el futuro = go into + the future.
    * para el futuro = for the years to come, for the years ahead, for the future.
    * para futuras consultas = for future reference.
    * para siempre en el futuro = for the indefinite future.
    * para un futuro mejor = for a better future.
    * perspectivas de futuro = future prospects, future perspectives, future development(s), future opportunities.
    * perspectivas futuras = future perspectives, future opportunities.
    * planificación para el futuro = future proofing.
    * por si hace falta consultarlo en el futuro = for future reference.
    * posibilidades de futuro = future possibilities.
    * predecir el futuro = gaze into + crystal ball.
    * preparación para el futuro = future proofing.
    * preparado para el futuro = future-proof.
    * preparar para el futuro = future-proof.
    * prepararse para el futuro = embrace + the future.
    * previsión de futuro = future proofing.
    * previsiones para el futuro = future development(s).
    * pronósticos de futuro = future predictions.
    * proyectar hacia el futuro = project + ahead.
    * repercutir en el futuro = shape + the future.
    * salto hacia el futuro = leap into + the future.
    * salvaguardar el futuro = safeguard + the future.
    * tener futuro = have + potential, there + be + a future for/in, have + a future.
    * vida futura = future life.
    * visión de futuro = foresight, future vision, farsightedness [far-sightedness], vision, vision into the future.
    * visión del futuro = insight into the future.
    * * *
    I
    - ra adjetivo < presidente> future (before n)
    II
    1) ( porvenir) future

    ¿qué nos deparará el futuro? — what will the future bring?

    en un futuro cercano or próximo — in the near future

    en el or en lo futuro — in future

    un empleo con/sin futuro — a job with good prospects/with no prospects

    2) (Ling) future (tense)
    III
    - ra masculino, femenino (fam & hum) intended (colloq & hum)
    * * *
    el futuro
    (n.) = years ahead, the, road ahead, the

    Ex: It is believed that the years ahead will see an increase in such programs.

    Ex: The conference topic, the future of library and information studies education, was a means for determining the road ahead through the three Cs of continuity, culture and competition.

    = forthcoming, future, intending, prospect, would-be + Nombre, outlook, coming, horizon, long haul, prospective, yet-to-be, future ahead, intended.

    Ex: Following internal discussion, it was agreed that a new library should be given the University's top priority in any forthcoming capital building project.

    Ex: The use of a scheme in centrally or co-operatively produced catalogue records can also be important in establishing its future.
    Ex: The intending borrower merely specifies a search key for the item he wishes to borrow, and the system provides a bibliographic description.
    Ex: At the time OCLC started, there was no prospect for a national authority file.
    Ex: The only viable alternatives open to would-be users are to produce or commission the production of custom-made application programs.
    Ex: In their first review article of children's reference books in 1982, the School Library Journal's Review Committe for children's reference books presents a bleak outlook.
    Ex: I have myself seen, in a northern market, a bookstall where the stall-holder had over a dozen old shoeboxes under the counter in which each month the ten new titles were placed so that the customers could buy the whole new range gradually over the coming month.
    Ex: Barbara Tillett's vision of one seamless bibliographic system, either real or virtual, looks realizable over a 5 to 10 year horizon.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Legacy for the long haul' = El artículo se titula "El patrimonio para el futuro".
    Ex: The advocacy of title entry for serials implies an ideology which focuses on the publication as the principal object of interest of the prospective library user rather than the work conveyed by the book or publication.
    Ex: If the past is an indicator, current, emerging and yet-to-be Web features and functionalities will have a significant impact on the content and publishing of serials.
    Ex: The road of special librarianship was branching, and in order to succeed members had to look down both forks in order to be best prepared for the future ahead.
    Ex: In all 20 per cent of visitors went out of the bookshop with a book they had intended to buy, 15 per cent went out with a book they had not intended to buy and 67 went out with both intended and unintended purchases.
    * acondicionado para el futuro = future-proof.
    * adivinación del futuro = fortune telling.
    * adivinar el futuro = fortune telling.
    * anticipar el futuro = anticipate + the future.
    * a tener en cuenta en el futuro = for future reference.
    * con futuro = up-and-coming.
    * con miras al futuro = forward-looking.
    * con poca visión de futuro = short-sighted [shortsighted].
    * con visión de futuro = far-sighted, forward-thinking, far-seeing, long-sighted.
    * ¿cuál es el futuro de? = quo vadis.
    * del futuro = of the years to come, yet to come.
    * determinar el futuro = shape + the future.
    * donación futura = planned giving.
    * el futuro = the way ahead, the way of the future.
    * el futuro + estar + justo a la vuelta de la esquina = the future + be + just around the corner.
    * encarar el futuro = face up to + the future.
    * en cualquier momento en el futuro = at some stage.
    * en el futuro = Número + Tiempo + ahead, down the road, in future, in time(s) to come, at + future date, in (the) years to come, at some future time, in the years to come, in the years ahead, in years to come, at some future point, in the future, for future reference, for the years to come.
    * en el futuro a largo plazo = in the long-term future.
    * en el futuro cercano = in the foreseeable future.
    * en el futuro inmediato = in the offing, in the foreseeable future.
    * en el futuro lejano = further in the future.
    * enfrentarse al futuro = face up to + the future, face + the future.
    * en un futuro cercano = in the near future.
    * en un futuro más o menos cercano = in the near future, in the near future.
    * en un futuro muy cercano = in the very near future.
    * en un futuro no muy distante = in the not too distant future.
    * en un futuro no muy lejano = in the not too distant future, in the near future.
    * en un futuro próximo = in the near future.
    * esperar en el futuro = be in store for + Nombre + in the future, future + have in store.
    * falta de visión de futuro = shortsightedness, nearsightedness [near-sightedness], myopia.
    * falto de visión de futuro = myopic.
    * forjar el futuro = forge + the future, shape + the future.
    * futura generación = future generation.
    * futuro + aguardar = future + hold.
    * futuro a largo plazo = long-term future.
    * futuro cercano, el = near future, the.
    * futuro + deparar = future + hold, be in store for + Nombre + in the future, be in store for + Nombre + in the future, future + have in store.
    * futuro, el = years ahead, the, road ahead, the.
    * futuro esposo = bridegroom, husband-to-be.
    * futuro + estar + en + Posesivo + manos = future + be + in + Posesivo + hands.
    * futuro incierto = uncertain future.
    * futuro inmediato = immediate future.
    * futuro inmediato, el = near future, the.
    * futuro marido = bridegroom, husband-to-be.
    * futuro previsible = foreseeable future.
    * futuro profesional = professional future.
    * futuro prometedor = bright future.
    * hacer frente al futuro = face up to + the future.
    * hacia el futuro = onward(s).
    * hay que mirar hacia el futuro = the show must go on.
    * hay que pensar en el futuro = the show must go on.
    * hipotecar el futuro = mortgage + the future.
    * labrar el futuro = shape + the future.
    * lo que el futuro depara a = what is on store for.
    * mirar hacia el futuro = look forward, look + ahead.
    * Nombre + futuro = further + Nombre.
    * ocurrir en el futuro = go into + the future.
    * para el futuro = for the years to come, for the years ahead, for the future.
    * para futuras consultas = for future reference.
    * para siempre en el futuro = for the indefinite future.
    * para un futuro mejor = for a better future.
    * perspectivas de futuro = future prospects, future perspectives, future development(s), future opportunities.
    * perspectivas futuras = future perspectives, future opportunities.
    * planificación para el futuro = future proofing.
    * por si hace falta consultarlo en el futuro = for future reference.
    * posibilidades de futuro = future possibilities.
    * predecir el futuro = gaze into + crystal ball.
    * preparación para el futuro = future proofing.
    * preparado para el futuro = future-proof.
    * preparar para el futuro = future-proof.
    * prepararse para el futuro = embrace + the future.
    * previsión de futuro = future proofing.
    * previsiones para el futuro = future development(s).
    * pronósticos de futuro = future predictions.
    * proyectar hacia el futuro = project + ahead.
    * repercutir en el futuro = shape + the future.
    * salto hacia el futuro = leap into + the future.
    * salvaguardar el futuro = safeguard + the future.
    * tener futuro = have + potential, there + be + a future for/in, have + a future.
    * vida futura = future life.
    * visión de futuro = foresight, future vision, farsightedness [far-sightedness], vision, vision into the future.
    * visión del futuro = insight into the future.

    * * *
    futuro1 -ra
    ‹presidente› future ( before n)
    iré a verlo en un futuro viaje I'll call on him another time o on another trip o on a future trip
    las futuras generaciones future generations
    todo para la futura mamá everything for the mother-to-be
    mi futura esposa my bride-to-be
    A (porvenir) future
    ¿qué nos deparará el futuro? what will the future bring?
    en un futuro cercano or próximo in the near future
    en el or en lo futuro, llama antes de venir in future o another time, call before you come over
    un empleo con/sin futuro a job with good prospects/with no prospects
    su relación no tiene ningún futuro there's no future in their relationship, their relationship has no future
    a futuro ( Chi); in the future
    B ( Ling) future, future tense
    C futuros mpl ( Econ, Fin) futures (pl)
    futuro3 -ra
    masculine, feminine
    ( fam hum); intended ( colloq hum)
    todavía no me has presentado a tu futura you still haven't introduced me to your intended, you still haven't introduced me to the future Mrs Moffatt ( o Mrs Britton etc)
    * * *

     

    futuro 1
    ◊ -ra adjetivo

    future ( before n);
    las futuras generaciones future generations;
    la futura mamá the mother-to-be
    futuro 2 sustantivo masculino
    1 ( porvenir) future;
    ¿qué nos deparará el futuro? what will the future bring?;

    en un futuro cercano or próximo in the near future;
    en el or en lo futuro in future;
    un empleo con/sin futuro a job with good prospects/with no prospects;
    su relación no tiene futuro their relationship has no future
    2 (Ling) future (tense)
    futuro,-a
    I adjetivo future
    II sustantivo masculino future
    ' futuro' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    amenaza
    - auspiciar
    - esplendorosa
    - esplendoroso
    - futura
    - halagüeña
    - halagüeño
    - labrarse
    - poder
    - preocupar
    - visión
    - ya
    - augurar
    - buenaventura
    - clarividente
    - después
    - encarar
    - enfrentar
    - esperar
    - inseguro
    - ir
    - lejano
    - lejos
    - luego
    - mientras
    - previsor
    - resolver
    - ser
    English:
    affect
    - ahead
    - be
    - bleak
    - brighten
    - certain
    - definite
    - dim
    - dismal
    - doubtful
    - early
    - employ
    - far
    - finished
    - foreseeable
    - foretell
    - future
    - gonna
    - hereafter
    - hold
    - immediate
    - improbable
    - near
    - nowhere
    - prospect
    - prospective
    - remind
    - shall
    - shape
    - short-sighted
    - site
    - stake
    - store
    - tense
    - think ahead
    - to
    - vision
    - will
    - yet
    - beyond
    - dead
    - look
    - perfect
    - scrap
    - time
    - -to-be
    * * *
    futuro, -a
    adj
    1. [venidero] future;
    el futuro sucesor del rey the king's heir;
    su futura esposa his wife-to-be;
    no cree que haya una vida futura he doesn't believe in an afterlife;
    mi futura cuñada my future sister-in-law;
    generaciones futuras future generations
    2. Gram future
    nm
    1. [tiempo] future;
    en el futuro… in future…;
    en un futuro cercano in the near future;
    sin futuro with no future, without prospects;
    ese negocio no tiene futuro there's no future in that business
    2. Gram future;
    en futuro in the future (tense)
    futuro imperfecto (simple) future (tense);
    futuro perfecto future perfect
    3. Fin
    futuros futures
    futuros financieros financial futures
    nm,f
    Fam [novio] intended;
    ¿cuándo me vas a presentar a tu futura? when are you going to introduce me to your intended?
    a futuro loc adv
    CSur, Méx in the future;
    eso lo veremos a futuro we'll see about that in the future o at some future date
    * * *
    I adj future atr
    II m future;
    en el futuro in (the) future
    * * *
    futuro, -ra adj
    : future
    futuro nm
    porvenir: future
    * * *
    futuro1 adj future
    futuro2 n future

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  • 15 homogéneo

    adj.
    1 homogeneous, not heterogeneous, uniform.
    2 homogenous, originating from a common origin.
    * * *
    1 homogeneous, uniform
    * * *
    (f. - homogénea)
    adj.
    * * *
    * * *
    - nea adjetivo < grupo> homogeneous; <masa/mezcla> smooth
    * * *
    = even, homogen(e)ous, seamless, consistent.
    Ex. An unvarying level of illumination, heating, cooling, ventilation and acoustics will give the even type of environment needed in an academic library.
    Ex. Unlike the academic community, for instance, they do not from a homogenous group whose information and documentation needs can be anticipated.
    Ex. The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex. In order to achieve good consistent indexing the indexer must have a thorough appreciation of the structure of the subject and the nature of the contribution that the document makes to the advancement of knowledge.
    * * *
    - nea adjetivo < grupo> homogeneous; <masa/mezcla> smooth
    * * *
    = even, homogen(e)ous, seamless, consistent.

    Ex: An unvarying level of illumination, heating, cooling, ventilation and acoustics will give the even type of environment needed in an academic library.

    Ex: Unlike the academic community, for instance, they do not from a homogenous group whose information and documentation needs can be anticipated.
    Ex: The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex: In order to achieve good consistent indexing the indexer must have a thorough appreciation of the structure of the subject and the nature of the contribution that the document makes to the advancement of knowledge.

    * * *
    1 ‹grupo› homogeneous
    2 ‹masa/mezcla› smooth
    * * *

    homogéneo
    ◊ - nea adjetivo ‹ grupo homogeneous;


    masa/mezcla smooth
    homogéneo,-a adjetivo homogeneous, uniform
    ' homogéneo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    homogénea
    English:
    homogeneous
    * * *
    homogéneo, -a adj
    homogenous;
    mezclarlo hasta obtener una masa homogénea mix it until it is of uniform consistency
    * * *
    adj homogenous
    * * *
    homogéneo, - nea adj
    : homogeneous

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  • 16 horizonte

    m.
    horizon.
    horizonte artificial artificial horizon
    * * *
    1 horizon
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=línea) horizon
    2) pl horizontes (=perspectivas)
    * * *
    a) ( línea) horizon
    b) horizontes masculino plural ( perspectivas) horizons (pl)
    * * *
    = skyline, horizon.
    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. Barbara Tillett's vision of one seamless bibliographic system, either real or virtual, looks realizable over a 5 to 10 year horizon.
    ----
    * abrir horizontes = open out + horizons.
    * abrir nuevos horizontes = open + new realms, forge + new frontiers.
    * agrandar los horizontes = enlarge + horizons.
    * ampliar el horizonte = broaden + perspective, widen + the scope.
    * ampliar los horizontes = broaden + horizons, extend + horizons, enlarge + horizons, widen + horizons, expand + Posesivo + horizons, expand + views.
    * desaparecer en el horizonte cabalgando al atardecer = ride off + into the sunset.
    * en el horizonte = on the horizon.
    * ensanchar horizontes = open out + horizons.
    * ensanchar los horizontes = broaden + perspective.
    * explorar nuevos horizontes = move on to + pastures new.
    * horizonte dibujado por los edificios = skyline.
    * horizonte dibujado por un edificio = roofline.
    * línea del horizonte = skyline.
    * nuevos horizontes = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * * *
    a) ( línea) horizon
    b) horizontes masculino plural ( perspectivas) horizons (pl)
    * * *
    = skyline, horizon.

    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: Barbara Tillett's vision of one seamless bibliographic system, either real or virtual, looks realizable over a 5 to 10 year horizon.
    * abrir horizontes = open out + horizons.
    * abrir nuevos horizontes = open + new realms, forge + new frontiers.
    * agrandar los horizontes = enlarge + horizons.
    * ampliar el horizonte = broaden + perspective, widen + the scope.
    * ampliar los horizontes = broaden + horizons, extend + horizons, enlarge + horizons, widen + horizons, expand + Posesivo + horizons, expand + views.
    * desaparecer en el horizonte cabalgando al atardecer = ride off + into the sunset.
    * en el horizonte = on the horizon.
    * ensanchar horizontes = open out + horizons.
    * ensanchar los horizontes = broaden + perspective.
    * explorar nuevos horizontes = move on to + pastures new.
    * horizonte dibujado por los edificios = skyline.
    * horizonte dibujado por un edificio = roofline.
    * línea del horizonte = skyline.
    * nuevos horizontes = greener pastures, pastures new.

    * * *
    1 (línea) horizon
    se quedó con los ojos perdidos en el horizonte he stood there staring into space
    2 horizontes mpl (perspectivas) horizons (pl)
    quiere abrirse nuevos horizontes he wants to broaden his horizons
    tiene unos horizontes muy estrechos/limitados she is very narrow-minded, she has very limited horizons
    * * *

    horizonte sustantivo masculino

    b)

    horizontes sustantivo masculino plural ( perspectivas) horizons (pl)

    horizonte sustantivo masculino
    1 horizon
    2 (línea entre cielo y tierra) skyline
    ' horizonte' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    escudriñar
    - fijar
    English:
    horizon
    - scan
    - skyline
    - perpendicular
    - sky
    * * *
    1. [línea] horizon;
    la barca se perdió por el horizonte the boat disappeared over the horizon
    horizonte artificial artificial horizon
    2. [perspectivas]
    un horizonte poco prometedor an unpromising outlook;
    este proyecto amplía nuestros horizontes this project represents a widening of our horizons;
    no hay perspectivas de mejora en el horizonte más cercano there is no prospect of improvement in the immediate future
    * * *
    m horizon
    * * *
    : horizon, skyline
    * * *
    horizonte n horizon

    Spanish-English dictionary > horizonte

  • 17 integración

    f.
    1 integration, convergence, coming together, merging.
    2 integration.
    * * *
    1 integration
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=incorporación) integration
    2) (Elec) integration
    * * *
    a) (Mat, Sociol) integration
    b) (Fin) incorporation
    * * *
    = assimilation, convergence, integration, empowerment, meshing, blurring, desegregation.
    Ex. Fluency with the English language is a predictor of successful assimilation into mainstream American society.
    Ex. These two are nevertheless treated in this one chapter together, because in some respects there is convergence of systems.
    Ex. They provided an overall framework or structure for the authority entry to facilitate the integration of records from various national sources.
    Ex. The women's movement and those concerned with women and development have long recognized that information is a means of empowerment for women.
    Ex. This paper describes the importance of team management to career development, as well as the meshing of organizational and individual needs, and views the career as a longitudinal concept.
    Ex. Read from the perspective of Bakhtin, this blurring of genres is also a blurring of idealogies.
    Ex. Public school desegregation policies failed because the federal government delegated its responsibility to the states.
    ----
    * falsa política de integración de minorías = tokenism.
    * grado de integración = scale of integration.
    * herramienta de integración = integrator.
    * IME (Integración a Media Escala) = MSI (Medium Scale Integration).
    * Integración a Alta Escala (IAE) = VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration).
    * Integración a Gran Escala (IGE) = LSI (Large Scale Integration).
    * integración de la perspectiva de género en el conjunto de las políticas = gender mainstreaming.
    * integración perfecta = seamless integration.
    * integración racial = racial integration, desegregation.
    * integración social = social integration.
    * integración total = seamlessness.
    * integración transparente = seamless integration.
    * IPE (Integración a Pequeña Escala) = SSI (Small Scale Integration).
    * mecanismo de integración = integrator.
    * * *
    a) (Mat, Sociol) integration
    b) (Fin) incorporation
    * * *
    = assimilation, convergence, integration, empowerment, meshing, blurring, desegregation.

    Ex: Fluency with the English language is a predictor of successful assimilation into mainstream American society.

    Ex: These two are nevertheless treated in this one chapter together, because in some respects there is convergence of systems.
    Ex: They provided an overall framework or structure for the authority entry to facilitate the integration of records from various national sources.
    Ex: The women's movement and those concerned with women and development have long recognized that information is a means of empowerment for women.
    Ex: This paper describes the importance of team management to career development, as well as the meshing of organizational and individual needs, and views the career as a longitudinal concept.
    Ex: Read from the perspective of Bakhtin, this blurring of genres is also a blurring of idealogies.
    Ex: Public school desegregation policies failed because the federal government delegated its responsibility to the states.
    * falsa política de integración de minorías = tokenism.
    * grado de integración = scale of integration.
    * herramienta de integración = integrator.
    * IME (Integración a Media Escala) = MSI (Medium Scale Integration).
    * Integración a Alta Escala (IAE) = VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration).
    * Integración a Gran Escala (IGE) = LSI (Large Scale Integration).
    * integración de la perspectiva de género en el conjunto de las políticas = gender mainstreaming.
    * integración perfecta = seamless integration.
    * integración racial = racial integration, desegregation.
    * integración social = social integration.
    * integración total = seamlessness.
    * integración transparente = seamless integration.
    * IPE (Integración a Pequeña Escala) = SSI (Small Scale Integration).
    * mecanismo de integración = integrator.

    * * *
    A (incorporación) integración A or EN algo:
    la integración de los dos bancos al grupo Tecribe the incorporation of the two banks into the Tecribe group
    la integración de estos grupos minoritarios en or a la sociedad the integration of these minority groups into society
    B ( Mat) integration
    * * *

    integración sustantivo femenino
    integration
    integración sustantivo femenino integration [en, into]
    ' integración' also found in these entries:
    English:
    integration
    - line
    * * *
    1. [acción] integration;
    la integración de los refugiados en la sociedad the integration of refugees into society
    integración racial racial integration;
    integración vertical vertical integration
    2. Mat integration
    * * *
    f integration
    * * *
    integración nf, pl - ciones : integration

    Spanish-English dictionary > integración

  • 18 integración perfecta

    f.
    seamless integration.
    * * *
    Ex. It offers seamless integration between the World Wide Web, the operating systems and the presentation interface.
    * * *

    Ex: It offers seamless integration between the World Wide Web, the operating systems and the presentation interface.

    Spanish-English dictionary > integración perfecta

  • 19 integración transparente

    Ex. It offers seamless integration between the World Wide Web, the operating systems and the presentation interface.
    * * *

    Ex: It offers seamless integration between the World Wide Web, the operating systems and the presentation interface.

    Spanish-English dictionary > integración transparente

  • 20 integrado

    adj.
    1 integrated.
    2 integrated, built-in, component, constituent.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: integrar.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (Elec) [circuito] integrated
    2) (Inform) [software] integrated
    * * *
    - da adjetivo integrated
    * * *
    = built-in, integrated, seamless, onboard, coupled, interwoven, aggregated.
    Ex. To use the 'default' or built-in command settings, simply press RETURN.
    Ex. In the interests of clarity an integrated account of the appropriate added entry headings is to be found in 21.29 and 21.30.
    Ex. The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex. It offers onboard spell checking.
    Ex. For future metacatalogues to be successful, methods must be developed to use all existing organizational tools by layering, exchanging and translating data within a loosely coupled organizational system.
    Ex. The structure reveals a pair of interwoven frameworks that are mutually reinforced.
    Ex. These numbers have no meaning or correlation to anything outside of the aggregated data file in which they appear.
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    * bibliotecario integrado = embedded librarian.
    * circuito integrado = integrated circuit.
    * colección integrada = integrated collection.
    * conjunto integrado de protocolos = a suite of + protocols.
    * integrado en la cultura = culturally-embedded.
    * orden integrado = integrated sequence.
    * perfectamente integrado = seamless.
    * programa integrado de gestión de bibliotecas = integrated library system (ILS), integrated library management system (ILMS).
    * sentimiento de pertenecer a un lugar = sense of belonging.
    * sistema de información integrado = integrated information system.
    * sistema integrado de gestión bibliotecaria = integrated library package.
    * teoría de niveles integrados = theory of integrative levels.
    * un paquete integrado de programas = a suite of + programmes.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo integrated
    * * *
    = built-in, integrated, seamless, onboard, coupled, interwoven, aggregated.

    Ex: To use the 'default' or built-in command settings, simply press RETURN.

    Ex: In the interests of clarity an integrated account of the appropriate added entry headings is to be found in 21.29 and 21.30.
    Ex: The solution was found to be a composition of glue and treacle which could be cast on to the roller stock and which made a seamless, resilient surface that inked perfectly.
    Ex: It offers onboard spell checking.
    Ex: For future metacatalogues to be successful, methods must be developed to use all existing organizational tools by layering, exchanging and translating data within a loosely coupled organizational system.
    Ex: The structure reveals a pair of interwoven frameworks that are mutually reinforced.
    Ex: These numbers have no meaning or correlation to anything outside of the aggregated data file in which they appear.
    * bibliotecario integrado = embedded librarian.
    * circuito integrado = integrated circuit.
    * colección integrada = integrated collection.
    * conjunto integrado de protocolos = a suite of + protocols.
    * integrado en la cultura = culturally-embedded.
    * orden integrado = integrated sequence.
    * perfectamente integrado = seamless.
    * programa integrado de gestión de bibliotecas = integrated library system (ILS), integrated library management system (ILMS).
    * sentimiento de pertenecer a un lugar = sense of belonging.
    * sistema de información integrado = integrated information system.
    * sistema integrado de gestión bibliotecaria = integrated library package.
    * teoría de niveles integrados = theory of integrative levels.
    * un paquete integrado de programas = a suite of + programmes.

    * * *
    1 ( Inf) integrated
    2 ( Elec) integrated
    * * *

    Del verbo integrar: ( conjugate integrar)

    integrado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    integrado    
    integrar
    integrado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    integrated
    integrar ( conjugate integrar) verbo transitivo
    1 ( formar) ‹grupo/organización to make up
    2 ( incorporar) ‹idea/plan to incorporate
    3 (Mat, Sociol) to integrate
    4 (CS) ‹suma/cantidad to pay
    integrarse verbo pronominal

    integradose a or en algo to integrate into sth, fit into sth
    b) ( unirse) integradose a or en algo to join sth

    integrar vtr (componer, formar parte de) to compose, make up: cinco científicos y un filósofo integran la expedición, the expedition consists of five scientists and one philosopher
    ' integrado' also found in these entries:
    English:
    integrated
    * * *
    integrado, -a adj
    integrated

    Spanish-English dictionary > integrado

См. также в других словарях:

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