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  • 1 a espaldas de

    Ex. Many of the ways in which World Wide Web search engines operate are dependent upon the hidden processes that take place out of sight of the searcher.
    * * *

    Ex: Many of the ways in which World Wide Web search engines operate are dependent upon the hidden processes that take place out of sight of the searcher.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a espaldas de

  • 2 agente inteligente

    (n.) = intelligent agent, mining agent, intelligent search agent, search agent
    Ex. Intelligent agents are specialized software designed to search through electronic mail and databases, and scan networks for interesting pieces of news and information on behalf of a single searcher.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Complementing search engines with online web mining agents'.
    Ex. The author reviews the range of software designed to act as intelligent search agents to assist users find materials of interest in the Internet.
    Ex. Search agents could be used for monitoring the World Wide Web, or searching newspapers.
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    (n.) = intelligent agent, mining agent, intelligent search agent, search agent

    Ex: Intelligent agents are specialized software designed to search through electronic mail and databases, and scan networks for interesting pieces of news and information on behalf of a single searcher.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Complementing search engines with online web mining agents'.
    Ex: The author reviews the range of software designed to act as intelligent search agents to assist users find materials of interest in the Internet.
    Ex: Search agents could be used for monitoring the World Wide Web, or searching newspapers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > agente inteligente

  • 3 anquilosamiento

    m.
    1 paralysis.
    2 stagnation (economy, science).
    3 anchylosis, paralysing, paralysis, ankylosis.
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    1 ankylosis, anchylosis
    2 figurado stagnation, paralysis
    * * *
    masculino ( atrofia) ankylosis; ( entumecimiento) stiffness; ( estancamiento) stagnation
    * * *
    = staleness, fossilisation [fossilization, -USA].
    Ex. One aspect of this is the 'staleness' of Web search engines; that is, a search engine goes stale for users when a significant number of hits it returns at any given time point to Web pages that are no longer viable.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Avoiding fossilization: migrating information between databases'.
    * * *
    masculino ( atrofia) ankylosis; ( entumecimiento) stiffness; ( estancamiento) stagnation
    * * *
    = staleness, fossilisation [fossilization, -USA].

    Ex: One aspect of this is the 'staleness' of Web search engines; that is, a search engine goes stale for users when a significant number of hits it returns at any given time point to Web pages that are no longer viable.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Avoiding fossilization: migrating information between databases'.

    * * *
    1 (atrofia) ankylosis; (entumecimiento) stiffness
    2 (estancamiento) stagnation
    * * *

    anquilosamiento sustantivo masculino ankylosis
    * * *
    1. [de articulación] [parálisis] paralysis;
    [entumecimiento] stiffening
    2. [de economía, ciencia] stagnation
    * * *
    1) : stiffness (of joints)
    2) : stagnation, paralysis

    Spanish-English dictionary > anquilosamiento

  • 4 aprender

    v.
    aprender a hacer algo to learn to do something
    ¡para que aprendas! that'll teach you!
    Silvia adquirió experiencia Silvia acquired experience.
    * * *
    1 to learn
    2 (memorizar) to learn by heart
    1 to learn, learn by heart
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    verb
    * * *
    1.

    aprender algo de memoria — to learn sth (off) by heart, memorize sth

    2.
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo to learn
    2.
    aprender vt <lección/oficio> to learn

    aprender algo de alguien/algo — to learn something from somebody/something

    aprender a + inf — to learn to + inf

    3.
    aprenderse v pron (enf)
    * * *
    = learn, get into, learn + Posesivo + lesson, smarten up, wise up.
    Ex. It is also easy to learn the proper command chain for frequently used library funds.
    Ex. 'But didn't you say that one of the reasons you wanted to leave was because you were tired of macramËéË and wanted to get into computers?'.
    Ex. One lesson soon learned was that cultural and library needs are only a small part of a municipality's overall policy.
    Ex. The article 'Motherboards smarten up' reports on recent technological developments in motherboards = El artículo "Las placas madres aprenden" informa sobre los recientes avances tecnológicos de estas placas.
    Ex. The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
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    * ansioso por aprender = thirsty for knowledge.
    * aprender a = learn + how, develop + a sense of.
    * aprender a fuerza de errores = learn by + trial and error.
    * aprender al dedillo = learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender Algo a base de cometer errores = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender Algo a fuerza de errores = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender Algo a fuerza de golpes = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender a manejar Algo = get + the hang of.
    * aprender a su propio ritmo = learn at + Posesivo + own pace.
    * aprender a vivir con Algo = learn + to live with + Nombre.
    * aprender con la práctica = learn by + doing.
    * aprender de = draw + lessons from.
    * aprender de carretilla = learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender de errores = learn from + errors.
    * aprender de la experiencia = learn from + experience.
    * aprender de la forma más difícil = learn + the hard way.
    * aprender del pasado = learn from + the past.
    * aprender de memoria = memorise [memorize, -USA], learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender de nuevo = relearn.
    * aprender el uno del otro = learn from + one another.
    * aprender en las carnes de Uno = learn + the hard way.
    * aprender haciendo = learn by + doing.
    * aprender la lección = learn + Posesivo + lesson.
    * aprender los trucos del oficio = learn + the ropes.
    * aprender mirando = shadow.
    * aprender mutuamente = learn from + one another.
    * aprender por el método de ensayo y error = learn by + trial and error.
    * aprenderse Algo al dedillo = learn + Nombre + inside-out.
    * aprenderse de memoria = commit to + memory.
    * capaz de aprender = trainable.
    * deseo por aprender = thirst for knowledge.
    * deseoso de aprender = thirsty for knowledge.
    * el que aprende = learner.
    * lecciones aprendidas = lessons learned [lessons learnt].
    * persona que está aprendiendo a conducir = learner driver.
    * volver a aprender = relearn.
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    1.
    verbo intransitivo to learn
    2.
    aprender vt <lección/oficio> to learn

    aprender algo de alguien/algo — to learn something from somebody/something

    aprender a + inf — to learn to + inf

    3.
    aprenderse v pron (enf)
    * * *
    = learn, get into, learn + Posesivo + lesson, smarten up, wise up.

    Ex: It is also easy to learn the proper command chain for frequently used library funds.

    Ex: 'But didn't you say that one of the reasons you wanted to leave was because you were tired of macramËéË and wanted to get into computers?'.
    Ex: One lesson soon learned was that cultural and library needs are only a small part of a municipality's overall policy.
    Ex: The article 'Motherboards smarten up' reports on recent technological developments in motherboards = El artículo "Las placas madres aprenden" informa sobre los recientes avances tecnológicos de estas placas.
    Ex: The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
    * ansioso por aprender = thirsty for knowledge.
    * aprender a = learn + how, develop + a sense of.
    * aprender a fuerza de errores = learn by + trial and error.
    * aprender al dedillo = learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender Algo a base de cometer errores = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender Algo a fuerza de errores = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender Algo a fuerza de golpes = learn + Nombre + the hard way.
    * aprender a manejar Algo = get + the hang of.
    * aprender a su propio ritmo = learn at + Posesivo + own pace.
    * aprender a vivir con Algo = learn + to live with + Nombre.
    * aprender con la práctica = learn by + doing.
    * aprender de = draw + lessons from.
    * aprender de carretilla = learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender de errores = learn from + errors.
    * aprender de la experiencia = learn from + experience.
    * aprender de la forma más difícil = learn + the hard way.
    * aprender del pasado = learn from + the past.
    * aprender de memoria = memorise [memorize, -USA], learn + Nombre + off pat.
    * aprender de nuevo = relearn.
    * aprender el uno del otro = learn from + one another.
    * aprender en las carnes de Uno = learn + the hard way.
    * aprender haciendo = learn by + doing.
    * aprender la lección = learn + Posesivo + lesson.
    * aprender los trucos del oficio = learn + the ropes.
    * aprender mirando = shadow.
    * aprender mutuamente = learn from + one another.
    * aprender por el método de ensayo y error = learn by + trial and error.
    * aprenderse Algo al dedillo = learn + Nombre + inside-out.
    * aprenderse de memoria = commit to + memory.
    * capaz de aprender = trainable.
    * deseo por aprender = thirst for knowledge.
    * deseoso de aprender = thirsty for knowledge.
    * el que aprende = learner.
    * lecciones aprendidas = lessons learned [lessons learnt].
    * persona que está aprendiendo a conducir = learner driver.
    * volver a aprender = relearn.

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    aprender [E1 ]
    vi
    to learn
    ¡nunca aprenderás! you'll never learn!
    ■ aprender
    vt
    ‹idioma/lección/oficio› to learn
    tienes que aprenderlo de memoria you have to learn it (off) by heart
    aprender algo DE algn to learn sth FROM sb
    los buenos modales los aprendió de su padre he learned his good manners from his father
    aprender A + INF to learn to + INF
    nunca aprendió a leer he never learned to read
    ( enf):
    se aprendió el papel en una tarde she learned the part in an afternoon
    tienen que aprenderse la lección para mañana you have to learn the lesson (by heart) for tomorrow
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    aprender ( conjugate aprender) vi/vt
    to learn;
    aprender a hacer algo to learn to do sth
    aprenderse verbo pronominal ( enf) ‹lección/parte to learn;

    aprender verbo transitivo to learn
    aprender a hacer algo, to learn to do something

    ' aprender' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    A
    - cartilla
    - comedirse
    - guión
    - incapacidad
    - afán
    - conocer
    - enseñar
    - memoria
    - repaso
    English:
    aptitude
    - basic
    - drum
    - eager
    - heart
    - intent
    - learn
    - memorize
    - parrot-fashion
    - pick up
    - ram
    - start
    - study
    - way
    - budget
    - come
    - ever
    - go
    - grip
    - hard
    - lesson
    - pick
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    vt
    to learn;
    aprendí mucho de mi profesor I learned a lot from my teacher;
    aprender a hacer algo to learn to do sth;
    aprender algo de memoria to learn sth by heart;
    Fig
    parece que no han aprendido la lección it seems like they haven't learned their lesson
    vi
    to learn;
    ¡aprende de tu hermana! learn from your sister!;
    ¡para que aprendas! that'll teach you!;
    ¡así aprenderá! that'll teach him!;
    ¡nunca aprenderán! they'll never learn!
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    v/t learn;
    aprender a leer/conducir learn to read/drive;
    aprender de la experiencia learn from experience
    * * *
    : to learn
    * * *
    aprender vb to learn [pt. & pp. learnt]

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprender

  • 5 buscador

    adj.
    1 seeking, searching.
    2 homing.
    m.
    1 seeker, searcher.
    2 search engine.
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    1 searching
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 searcher, seeker
    1 (anteojo) finder
    2 INFORMÁTICA search engine
    ————————
    1 (anteojo) finder
    2 INFORMÁTICA search engine
    * * *
    buscador, -a
    1.
    SM / F (=persona)

    buscador(a) de talentos — talent spotter, talent scout

    2. SM
    1) (Internet) search engine
    2) (=mecanismo) scanner
    * * *
    - dora masculino, femenino
    * * *
    = seeker, portal, search engine, crawler, Web crawler, spider, intelligent agent, mining agent, intelligent search agent, search agent, digger, prospector.
    Ex. The cards in the index are liable to become disorganized if inexperienced information seekers tamper with the index.
    Ex. Portals are those Web sites which tend to be the starting points for Internet users and are the most intensively used consumer Web sites in the world.
    Ex. The number of World Wide Web (WWW) databases or search engines has grown rapidly = El total de bases de datos o buscadores World Wide Web ha aumentado rápidamente.
    Ex. Automated ' crawlers' index the complete text of Web documents = Los ' motores de búsqueda' indizan el texto completo de los documentos web.
    Ex. The Internet search engines, such as AltaVista and Excite, send out robots or Web crawlers to trawl the Internet and automatically index the files that they find.
    Ex. These spiders dynamically take a user's selected starting homepages and search the most closely related homepages on the Web, based on links and keyword indexing = Estos buscadores usan dinámicamente las páginas web principales seleccionadas por un usuario y buscan en la web las páginas más estrechamente relacionadas que contengan enlaces y palabras clave asignadas similares.
    Ex. Intelligent agents are specialized software designed to search through electronic mail and databases, and scan networks for interesting pieces of news and information on behalf of a single searcher.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Complementing search engines with online web mining agents'.
    Ex. The author reviews the range of software designed to act as intelligent search agents to assist users find materials of interest in the Internet.
    Ex. Search agents could be used for monitoring the World Wide Web, or searching newspapers.
    Ex. Based on real events on the Australian goldfields in the 1850s, 'Three Diggers' chronicles the adventures of three gold prospectors.
    Ex. In 1897 he quit a wretchedly underpaid job and set out to make his fortune as a prospector in the gemstone fields of Alice Springs.
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    * buscador de empleo = job applicant, job seeker.
    * buscador de información = information seeker, searcher.
    * buscador de oro = gold digger, gold prospector.
    * buscador de trabajo = job applicant, job seeker.
    * buscador por materias = subject gateway.
    * buscador web = Web spider.
    * * *
    - dora masculino, femenino
    * * *
    = seeker, portal, search engine, crawler, Web crawler, spider, intelligent agent, mining agent, intelligent search agent, search agent, digger, prospector.

    Ex: The cards in the index are liable to become disorganized if inexperienced information seekers tamper with the index.

    Ex: Portals are those Web sites which tend to be the starting points for Internet users and are the most intensively used consumer Web sites in the world.
    Ex: The number of World Wide Web (WWW) databases or search engines has grown rapidly = El total de bases de datos o buscadores World Wide Web ha aumentado rápidamente.
    Ex: Automated ' crawlers' index the complete text of Web documents = Los ' motores de búsqueda' indizan el texto completo de los documentos web.
    Ex: The Internet search engines, such as AltaVista and Excite, send out robots or Web crawlers to trawl the Internet and automatically index the files that they find.
    Ex: These spiders dynamically take a user's selected starting homepages and search the most closely related homepages on the Web, based on links and keyword indexing = Estos buscadores usan dinámicamente las páginas web principales seleccionadas por un usuario y buscan en la web las páginas más estrechamente relacionadas que contengan enlaces y palabras clave asignadas similares.
    Ex: Intelligent agents are specialized software designed to search through electronic mail and databases, and scan networks for interesting pieces of news and information on behalf of a single searcher.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Complementing search engines with online web mining agents'.
    Ex: The author reviews the range of software designed to act as intelligent search agents to assist users find materials of interest in the Internet.
    Ex: Search agents could be used for monitoring the World Wide Web, or searching newspapers.
    Ex: Based on real events on the Australian goldfields in the 1850s, 'Three Diggers' chronicles the adventures of three gold prospectors.
    Ex: In 1897 he quit a wretchedly underpaid job and set out to make his fortune as a prospector in the gemstone fields of Alice Springs.
    * buscador de empleo = job applicant, job seeker.
    * buscador de información = information seeker, searcher.
    * buscador de oro = gold digger, gold prospector.
    * buscador de trabajo = job applicant, job seeker.
    * buscador por materias = subject gateway.
    * buscador web = Web spider.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    A
    buscador de oro gold prospector
    buscador de tesoros treasure hunter
    B
    buscador masculine ( Inf) search engine
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    buscador 1
    ◊ - dora sustantivo masculino, femenino: buscador de oro gold prospector;

    buscador de tesoros treasure hunter
    buscador 2 sustantivo masculino (Inf) search engine
    buscador,-ora sustantivo masculino y femenino buscador de oro, gold prospector

    ' buscador' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    buscadora
    English:
    browser
    - heat-seeking
    - prospector
    - homing
    - search
    * * *
    buscador, -ora
    nm,f
    hunter;
    buscador de oro gold prospector
    nm
    Informát [en Internet] search engine
    * * *
    I m, buscadora f searcher
    II m INFOR search engine
    * * *
    : hunter (for treasure, etc.), prospector

    Spanish-English dictionary > buscador

  • 6 buscar

    v.
    1 to look.
    2 to look for.
    estoy buscando trabajo I'm looking for work
    se fue a buscar fortuna a América he went to seek his fortune in America
    María busca su bolso Mary looks for her purse.
    3 to look up.
    Busca esa palabra en el diccionario Look up that word in the dictionary.
    4 to search for (computing).
    El detective buscó incansablemente The detective searched tirelessly.
    5 to push, to try the patience of (informal) (provocar).
    buscar bronca/camorra to look for trouble
    6 to pick up.
    voy a buscar el periódico I'm going for the paper o to get the paper
    ir a buscar a alguien to pick somebody up
    pasará a buscarnos a las nueve she'll pick us up at nine
    7 to seek to, to attempt to, to try to, to try how to.
    Ese plan busca destruirnos That plan seeks to destroy us.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ SACAR], like link=sacar sacar
    1 (gen) to look for, search for
    2 (en lista, índice etc) to look up
    3 (ir a coger) to go and get, fetch
    busca un médico, ¡rápido! fetch a doctor, quick!
    4 (recoger) to pick up
    iré a buscarte a la estación I'll pick you up at the station, I'll meet you at the station
    5 (intentar conseguir) to try to achieve
    1 (mirar) to look
    \
    buscársela familiar to be looking for trouble
    buscarse la vida familiar to try and earn one's living
    'Se busca...' "... wanted"
    * * *
    verb
    1) to look for, seek
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=tratar de encontrar)
    a) [+ persona, objeto perdido, trabajo] to look for

    llevo meses buscando trabajo — I've been job-hunting for months, I've been looking for a job for months

    el ejército busca a un comando enemigothe army is searching for o looking for an enemy commando unit

    "se busca piso" — "flat wanted"

    "chico busca chica" — "boy seeks girl"

    b) [en diccionario, enciclopedia] to look up
    c) [con la vista] to try to spot, look for

    lo busqué entre el público pero no lo viI tried to spot him o looked for him in the crowd but I didn't see him

    2) (=tratar de conseguir) [+ solución] to try to find

    buscar excusasto make excuses

    buscar hacer algo — to seek to do sth, try to do sth

    siempre buscaba hacerlo lo mejor posibleshe always sought o tried to do the best possible thing

    ir a buscar algo/a algn, ha ido a buscar una servilleta — she's gone to fetch o get a napkin

    ve a buscar a tu madrego and fetch o get your mother

    vino buscando peleahe was looking for trouble o a fight, he was spoiling for a fight *

    3) (=recoger) to pick up, fetch

    ¿vais a ir a buscarme a la estación? — are you going to pick me up o fetch me from the station?

    4) (Inform) to search
    5) (=preguntar por) to ask for

    ¿quién me busca? — who is asking for me?

    2.

    ya puedes dejar de buscar, aquí tienes las llaves — you can stop looking, here are the keys

    ¿has buscado bien? — have you looked properly?

    ¡busca! — [al perro] fetch!

    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <persona/objeto> to look for; <fama/fortuna> to seek; <trabajo/apartamento/solución> to look for, try to find

    la policía lo está buscando — the police are looking for him, he's wanted by the police

    b) (en libro, lista) to look up
    2)
    a) ( recoger) to collect, pick up
    b) ( conseguir y traer) to get

    fue a buscar un médico/un taxi — he went to get a doctor/a taxi

    3)

    ¿qué buscas con eso? — what are you trying to achieve by that?

    buscar + inf — to try to + inf, set out to + inf

    el libro busca destruir ese mitothe book sets out o tries o attempts to explode that myth

    b) ( provocar) <bronca/camorra> to look for
    2.
    buscar vi to look

    busca en el cajónlook o have a look in the drawer

    ¿has buscado bien? — have you looked properly?

    el que busca encuentra or busca y encontrarás — seek and ye shall find

    3.
    buscarse v pron
    1) ( intentar encontrar) to look for
    2) < problemas>

    no quiero buscarme complicaciones/problemas — I don't want any trouble

    tú te lo has buscado — you've brought it on yourself, it serves you right

    buscársela(s) — (fam)

    te la estás buscando — you're asking for trouble, you're asking for it (colloq)

    * * *
    = chase, dig out, dig up, find, hunt, investigate, locate, look for, look out, look under, look up, probe for, prowl through, search (for), seek (after), seek out, trace, track, trawl, burrow through, woo, root out, look out for, go for, look (a)round, fish (for), track down, jockey for, search out, line up, check for, forage, perform + search.
    Ex. Also, in controlled indexing language data bases, there is often an assumption that a user will be prepared to chase strings of references or to consult a sometimes complex thesaurus.
    Ex. I would also have dug out information references to which readers can be directed who want to know more about the setting.
    Ex. The list of changed headings is almost literally endless if you have the patience to dig them all up.
    Ex. The command function ' FIND' is used to input a search term.
    Ex. Nonetheless, we would still not wish to hunt through the file in order to change all subdivisions of that heading.
    Ex. Kaiser also investigated the effect of grouping subheadings of a subject.
    Ex. This order suffices for a list whose purpose is to identify and locate documents, whose bibliographic details are already known.
    Ex. A user might start by looking for a map of London, when he really wants a map of Camden.
    Ex. Discovering these tales, looking out printed versions and comparing them with the oral tradition would have introduced us step by step into the rich lode of folklore.
    Ex. In a printed catalogue or index a user is constrained to look under the headings in the catalogue.
    Ex. If so, the call number of the document is looked up and displayed.
    Ex. No one complained about Duff to her, and she decided not to probe for discontents.
    Ex. A user searching for Smith's 'History as Argument' who was not sure under which subject it would be entered, would have to prowl through a huge number of cards in a card catalog to find the entry under SMITH.
    Ex. This access is achieved by organising the tools so that a user may search under a specific access point or heading or index term, for example, subject term, author, name, title, date.
    Ex. A popular book will always be sought after by public librarians.
    Ex. Her article urges librarians not to buy inferior biographies simply to fill gaps in their collections but to seek out the best of the genre.
    Ex. The author approach remains an important means of tracing a specific document.
    Ex. The index fields are used for tracking annual indexes.
    Ex. The Internet search engines, such as AltaVista and Excite, send out robots or Web crawlers to trawl the Internet and automatically index the files that they find.
    Ex. This article explains how to use gophers to burrow through the Internet.
    Ex. Rumour had it that he was being wooed by Technicomm, Inc.
    Ex. The article has the title ' Rooting out journals on the Net'.
    Ex. Panellists presented the criteria they adopted and features they looked out for when selecting a library automation system.
    Ex. In an exclusive conversation Gates reveals where he goes for information knowledge, insights and ideas.
    Ex. One has only to look around in bookshops to see how many paperbacks on show have film or TV links.
    Ex. The article 'Catfish ain't ugly' reviews the range of Web sites providing information about the catfish in the USA and places to go to fish for catfish.
    Ex. In stepping away from the genre's glamorous robberies and flashy lifestyle, this stealthy, potent movie tracks down the British gangster icon to its inevitable end.
    Ex. Librarians are not yet very successful in jockeying for position and power in the political world.
    Ex. On any one occasion there will always be children who do not want to borrow or buy, but they are still learning to live with books and how to search out the ones that interest them.
    Ex. The actress flaked out again and the director is trying to line up a replacement.
    Ex. This was important before computers were invented, when calculations were all done by hand, and also were done repeatedly to check for calculation errors.
    Ex. We both woke up bright and early to forage for food nearby, which was a breeze.
    Ex. When viewing a record, you can also display its references and perform citation searches directly from the reference display.
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    * buscando = in search of.
    * buscando como loco = in hot pursuit of.
    * buscar amparo = seek + shelter.
    * buscar apoyo = line up + support.
    * buscar a tientas = grope (for/toward).
    * buscar a través de los índices = browse.
    * buscar ayuda = seek + assistance, seek + help.
    * buscar cobijo = seek + shelter.
    * buscar con ahínco = look + hard.
    * buscar detenidamente = look + hard.
    * buscar el apoyo de = woo.
    * buscar el camino = wind + Posesivo + way.
    * buscar el modo de = explore + ways in which, explore + ways and means of.
    * buscar el origen de = trace + the origin of.
    * buscar el origen de la relación entre = trace + the relationship between.
    * buscar el peligro = court + danger, flirt with + danger.
    * buscar empleo = seek + employment.
    * buscar en = sift through, search through.
    * buscar en Google = google.
    * buscar en las posas entre las rocas de la orilla = rock-pool.
    * buscar en otro sitio = go + elsewhere.
    * buscar entre la basura = scavenge.
    * buscar en varios + Nombre + a la vez = search across + Nombre.
    * buscar información = mine + information, seek + information.
    * buscar interiormente = probe + Reflexivo + for.
    * buscar la controversia = court + controversy.
    * buscar la fama = grab at + a headline.
    * buscar la forma de = look for + ways to.
    * buscar la forma de + Infinitivo = develop + way of + Gerundio.
    * buscar la identidad de uno = trace + Posesivo + identity.
    * buscar la manera de = explore + ways in which, explore + ways and means of.
    * buscar la noticia = grab at + a headline.
    * buscar la oportunidad = make + an opportunity.
    * buscar la protección de = burrow back into.
    * buscarle cinco pies al gato = split + hairs.
    * buscarle los tres pies al gato = nitpick.
    * buscarle tres pies al gato = split + hairs.
    * buscar los servicios de = engage.
    * buscar material = pursue + material.
    * buscar oro = pan for + gold.
    * buscar placer = seek + pleasure.
    * buscar por autor y título = search by + name-title key.
    * buscar por título = search by + title key.
    * buscar por todas partes = scour + Nombre + for.
    * buscar por todo el mundo = search + the world (over).
    * buscar por todo + Nombre = search across + Nombre.
    * buscar problemas = ask for + trouble, court + disaster, make + trouble.
    * buscar razones que expliquen Algo = ascribe + reasons to.
    * buscar refugio = seek + shelter.
    * buscar satisfacción = seek + satisfaction.
    * buscárselo = have it + coming.
    * buscar simultáneamente en varios sitios = cross-search [cross search].
    * buscar solución = seek + solution.
    * buscar trabajo = seek + employment.
    * buscar trabajo en la calle = work + the streets.
    * buscar una forma de hacer Algo = develop + way + to make + Nombre, develop + way + to make + Nombre.
    * buscar una oportunidad = look for + an opportunity.
    * buscar una respuesta = pursue + answer.
    * buscar una solución = contrive + solution.
    * buscar y encontrar = match.
    * en busca de quimeras = in pursuit of + windmills.
    * encargado de buscar a los alumnos que hacen novillos = truant officer.
    * en el que se puede buscar = searchable.
    * estar siempre buscando = be on the lookout for.
    * hallar lo buscado = achieve + match.
    * mandar a buscar = send for.
    * no buscarle las pulgas al perro = let + sleeping dogs lie.
    * no poderse buscar = be unsearchable.
    * peinar en busca de = scour + Nombre + for.
    * que busca el beneficio propio = self-serving.
    * que se puede buscar = searchable.
    * respuesta + buscar = answer + lie.
    * saber buscar con inteligencia = be search-savvy.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <persona/objeto> to look for; <fama/fortuna> to seek; <trabajo/apartamento/solución> to look for, try to find

    la policía lo está buscando — the police are looking for him, he's wanted by the police

    b) (en libro, lista) to look up
    2)
    a) ( recoger) to collect, pick up
    b) ( conseguir y traer) to get

    fue a buscar un médico/un taxi — he went to get a doctor/a taxi

    3)

    ¿qué buscas con eso? — what are you trying to achieve by that?

    buscar + inf — to try to + inf, set out to + inf

    el libro busca destruir ese mitothe book sets out o tries o attempts to explode that myth

    b) ( provocar) <bronca/camorra> to look for
    2.
    buscar vi to look

    busca en el cajónlook o have a look in the drawer

    ¿has buscado bien? — have you looked properly?

    el que busca encuentra or busca y encontrarás — seek and ye shall find

    3.
    buscarse v pron
    1) ( intentar encontrar) to look for
    2) < problemas>

    no quiero buscarme complicaciones/problemas — I don't want any trouble

    tú te lo has buscado — you've brought it on yourself, it serves you right

    buscársela(s) — (fam)

    te la estás buscando — you're asking for trouble, you're asking for it (colloq)

    * * *
    = chase, dig out, dig up, find, hunt, investigate, locate, look for, look out, look under, look up, probe for, prowl through, search (for), seek (after), seek out, trace, track, trawl, burrow through, woo, root out, look out for, go for, look (a)round, fish (for), track down, jockey for, search out, line up, check for, forage, perform + search.

    Ex: Also, in controlled indexing language data bases, there is often an assumption that a user will be prepared to chase strings of references or to consult a sometimes complex thesaurus.

    Ex: I would also have dug out information references to which readers can be directed who want to know more about the setting.
    Ex: The list of changed headings is almost literally endless if you have the patience to dig them all up.
    Ex: The command function ' FIND' is used to input a search term.
    Ex: Nonetheless, we would still not wish to hunt through the file in order to change all subdivisions of that heading.
    Ex: Kaiser also investigated the effect of grouping subheadings of a subject.
    Ex: This order suffices for a list whose purpose is to identify and locate documents, whose bibliographic details are already known.
    Ex: A user might start by looking for a map of London, when he really wants a map of Camden.
    Ex: Discovering these tales, looking out printed versions and comparing them with the oral tradition would have introduced us step by step into the rich lode of folklore.
    Ex: In a printed catalogue or index a user is constrained to look under the headings in the catalogue.
    Ex: If so, the call number of the document is looked up and displayed.
    Ex: No one complained about Duff to her, and she decided not to probe for discontents.
    Ex: A user searching for Smith's 'History as Argument' who was not sure under which subject it would be entered, would have to prowl through a huge number of cards in a card catalog to find the entry under SMITH.
    Ex: This access is achieved by organising the tools so that a user may search under a specific access point or heading or index term, for example, subject term, author, name, title, date.
    Ex: A popular book will always be sought after by public librarians.
    Ex: Her article urges librarians not to buy inferior biographies simply to fill gaps in their collections but to seek out the best of the genre.
    Ex: The author approach remains an important means of tracing a specific document.
    Ex: The index fields are used for tracking annual indexes.
    Ex: The Internet search engines, such as AltaVista and Excite, send out robots or Web crawlers to trawl the Internet and automatically index the files that they find.
    Ex: This article explains how to use gophers to burrow through the Internet.
    Ex: Rumour had it that he was being wooed by Technicomm, Inc.
    Ex: The article has the title ' Rooting out journals on the Net'.
    Ex: Panellists presented the criteria they adopted and features they looked out for when selecting a library automation system.
    Ex: In an exclusive conversation Gates reveals where he goes for information knowledge, insights and ideas.
    Ex: One has only to look around in bookshops to see how many paperbacks on show have film or TV links.
    Ex: The article 'Catfish ain't ugly' reviews the range of Web sites providing information about the catfish in the USA and places to go to fish for catfish.
    Ex: In stepping away from the genre's glamorous robberies and flashy lifestyle, this stealthy, potent movie tracks down the British gangster icon to its inevitable end.
    Ex: Librarians are not yet very successful in jockeying for position and power in the political world.
    Ex: On any one occasion there will always be children who do not want to borrow or buy, but they are still learning to live with books and how to search out the ones that interest them.
    Ex: The actress flaked out again and the director is trying to line up a replacement.
    Ex: This was important before computers were invented, when calculations were all done by hand, and also were done repeatedly to check for calculation errors.
    Ex: We both woke up bright and early to forage for food nearby, which was a breeze.
    Ex: When viewing a record, you can also display its references and perform citation searches directly from the reference display.
    * buscando = in search of.
    * buscando como loco = in hot pursuit of.
    * buscar amparo = seek + shelter.
    * buscar apoyo = line up + support.
    * buscar a tientas = grope (for/toward).
    * buscar a través de los índices = browse.
    * buscar ayuda = seek + assistance, seek + help.
    * buscar cobijo = seek + shelter.
    * buscar con ahínco = look + hard.
    * buscar detenidamente = look + hard.
    * buscar el apoyo de = woo.
    * buscar el camino = wind + Posesivo + way.
    * buscar el modo de = explore + ways in which, explore + ways and means of.
    * buscar el origen de = trace + the origin of.
    * buscar el origen de la relación entre = trace + the relationship between.
    * buscar el peligro = court + danger, flirt with + danger.
    * buscar empleo = seek + employment.
    * buscar en = sift through, search through.
    * buscar en Google = google.
    * buscar en las posas entre las rocas de la orilla = rock-pool.
    * buscar en otro sitio = go + elsewhere.
    * buscar entre la basura = scavenge.
    * buscar en varios + Nombre + a la vez = search across + Nombre.
    * buscar información = mine + information, seek + information.
    * buscar interiormente = probe + Reflexivo + for.
    * buscar la controversia = court + controversy.
    * buscar la fama = grab at + a headline.
    * buscar la forma de = look for + ways to.
    * buscar la forma de + Infinitivo = develop + way of + Gerundio.
    * buscar la identidad de uno = trace + Posesivo + identity.
    * buscar la manera de = explore + ways in which, explore + ways and means of.
    * buscar la noticia = grab at + a headline.
    * buscar la oportunidad = make + an opportunity.
    * buscar la protección de = burrow back into.
    * buscarle cinco pies al gato = split + hairs.
    * buscarle los tres pies al gato = nitpick.
    * buscarle tres pies al gato = split + hairs.
    * buscar los servicios de = engage.
    * buscar material = pursue + material.
    * buscar oro = pan for + gold.
    * buscar placer = seek + pleasure.
    * buscar por autor y título = search by + name-title key.
    * buscar por título = search by + title key.
    * buscar por todas partes = scour + Nombre + for.
    * buscar por todo el mundo = search + the world (over).
    * buscar por todo + Nombre = search across + Nombre.
    * buscar problemas = ask for + trouble, court + disaster, make + trouble.
    * buscar razones que expliquen Algo = ascribe + reasons to.
    * buscar refugio = seek + shelter.
    * buscar satisfacción = seek + satisfaction.
    * buscárselo = have it + coming.
    * buscar simultáneamente en varios sitios = cross-search [cross search].
    * buscar solución = seek + solution.
    * buscar trabajo = seek + employment.
    * buscar trabajo en la calle = work + the streets.
    * buscar una forma de hacer Algo = develop + way + to make + Nombre, develop + way + to make + Nombre.
    * buscar una oportunidad = look for + an opportunity.
    * buscar una respuesta = pursue + answer.
    * buscar una solución = contrive + solution.
    * buscar y encontrar = match.
    * en busca de quimeras = in pursuit of + windmills.
    * encargado de buscar a los alumnos que hacen novillos = truant officer.
    * en el que se puede buscar = searchable.
    * estar siempre buscando = be on the lookout for.
    * hallar lo buscado = achieve + match.
    * mandar a buscar = send for.
    * no buscarle las pulgas al perro = let + sleeping dogs lie.
    * no poderse buscar = be unsearchable.
    * peinar en busca de = scour + Nombre + for.
    * que busca el beneficio propio = self-serving.
    * que se puede buscar = searchable.
    * respuesta + buscar = answer + lie.
    * saber buscar con inteligencia = be search-savvy.

    * * *
    buscar [A2 ]
    vt
    1 ‹persona/objeto› to look for; ‹fama/fortuna› to seek; ‹trabajo/apartamento› to look for, try to find; ‹solución› to look for, try to find
    lo he buscado en or por todas partes I've looked o searched for it everywhere
    no trates de buscar excusas don't try to make excuses
    la policía lo está buscando the police are looking for him, he's wanted by the police
    [ S ] se busca wanted
    los hombres como él sólo buscan una cosa men like him are only after one thing ( colloq)
    te buscan en la portería someone is asking for you at reception
    las flores buscan la luz flowers grow towards the light
    la buscaba con la mirada or los ojos he was trying to spot her
    está buscando la oportunidad de vengarse he's looking for a chance to get his own back ( colloq)
    busca una manera más fácil de hacerlo try and find an easier way of doing it
    2 (en un libro, una lista) to look up
    busca el número en la guía look up the number in the directory
    B
    1 (recoger) to collect, pick up
    fuimos a buscarlo al aeropuerto we went to pick him up from o fetch him from o collect him from o meet him at the airport
    vengo a buscar mis cosas I've come to collect o pick up my things
    fue a buscar un médico he went to get a doctor, he fetched a doctor
    salió a buscar un taxi/el pan he went to get a taxi/the bread
    sube a buscarme las tijeras go up and get me o bring me o fetch me the scissors
    C
    1
    (intentar conseguir): una ley que busca la igualdad de (los) sexos a law which aims to achieve sexual equality o equality between the sexes
    ¿qué buscas con eso? what are you trying to achieve by that?
    tiene cuatro hijas y busca el varón ( fam); she has four girls and she's trying for a boy
    buscar + INF to try to + INF, set out to + INF
    el libro busca destruir ese mito the book sets out o tries o attempts to explode that myth
    2 (provocar) ‹bronca/camorra› to look for
    siempre están buscando pelea they're always looking o spoiling for a fight
    me está buscando y me va a encontrar he's looking for trouble and he's going to get it
    ■ buscar
    vi
    to look
    busca en el cajón look o have a look in the drawer
    ¿has buscado bien? have you looked properly?, have you had a proper look?
    ¡busca! ¡busca! (a un perro) fetch!
    A (intentar encontrar) to look for
    debería buscarse a alguien que le cuidara los niños she should look for o find somebody to look after the children
    B ‹complicaciones/problemas›
    no quiero buscarme complicaciones I don't want any trouble
    tú te lo has buscado you've brought it on yourself, it serves you right
    se está buscando problemas she's asking for trouble
    buscársela(s) ( fam): te la estás buscando you're asking for trouble, you're asking for it ( colloq)
    no te quejes, la verdad es que te la buscaste don't complain, the truth is you had it coming to you o you brought it on yourself ( colloq)
    * * *

     

    Multiple Entries:
    buscar    
    buscar algo
    buscar ( conjugate buscar) verbo transitivo
    1

    fama/fortuna to seek;

    b) (en libro, lista) to look up;


    2



    (— en tren, a pie) I went to meet him at the airport;
    vengo a buscar mis cosas I've come to collect o pick up my things



    fue a buscar un médico/un taxi he went to get a doctor/a taxi;
    ¿qué buscas con eso? what are you trying to achieve by that?
    verbo intransitivo
    to look;
    busca en el cajón look o have a look in the drawer

    buscarse verbo pronominal
    1 ( intentar encontrar) to look for
    2 problemas to ask for;
    no quiero buscarme complicaciones/problemas I don't want any trouble;

    tú te lo has buscado you've brought it on yourself, it serves you right;
    buscársela(s) (fam): te la estás buscando you're asking for trouble, you're asking for it (colloq)
    buscar verbo transitivo
    1 to look for
    2 (en la enciclopedia, en el diccionario) to look up
    3 (conseguir, traer) to fetch: ve a buscar un poco de agua, go and fetch some water
    4 (recoger cosas) to collect
    (recoger personas) to pick up: fue a buscarme al trabajo, she picked me up from work
    ' buscar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acudir
    - condicionamiento
    - ir
    - mirar
    - sistema
    - tienta
    - aguja
    - andar
    - bronca
    - camorra
    - colocación
    - pelea
    - perro
    - recoger
    - refugio
    - trabajo
    - venir
    English:
    advertise
    - collect
    - dig around
    - down-market
    - expressly
    - fetch
    - fish
    - forage
    - fumble
    - get
    - go for
    - hunt
    - instrumental
    - kerb-crawl
    - look
    - look for
    - look out for
    - look up
    - meet
    - needle
    - pick
    - pick up
    - prospect
    - pursue
    - scout around
    - search
    - search for
    - seek
    - seek after
    - spoil for
    - want
    - afield
    - call
    - collection
    - court
    - dig
    - feel
    - ferry
    - go
    - grope
    - house
    - job
    - nook
    - scout
    - send
    - trouble
    - woo
    * * *
    vt
    1. [para encontrar] to look for, to search for;
    [provecho, beneficio propio, fortuna] to seek;
    busco apartamento en esta zona I am looking for Br a flat o US an apartment in this area;
    estoy buscando trabajo I'm looking for work;
    la policía busca a los terroristas the police are searching o hunting for the terrorists;
    lo busqué, pero no lo encontré I looked o hunted for it, but I couldn't find it;
    ¿me ayudas a buscar las llaves? can you help me to look for the keys?;
    se fue a buscar fortuna a América he went to seek his fortune in America;
    fui a buscar ayuda I went in search of help;
    ¡ve a buscar ayuda, rápido! quick, go for help o go and find help!;
    es como buscar una aguja en un pajar it's like looking for a needle in a haystack;
    CSur Fam
    buscar la vuelta a algo to (try to) find a way of doing sth
    2. [recoger] to pick up;
    vino a buscar sus libros he came to pick up his books;
    voy a buscar el periódico I'm going for the paper o to get the paper;
    ir a buscar a alguien to pick sb up;
    ya iré yo a buscar a los niños al colegio I'll go and pick the children up from school;
    pasará a buscarnos a las nueve she'll pick us up at nine
    3. [en diccionario, índice, horario] to look up;
    buscaré la dirección en mi agenda I'll look up the address in my address book
    4. [intentar conseguir]
    siempre busca quedar bien con todos she always tries to please everybody;
    no sé qué está buscando con esa actitud I don't know what he is hoping to achieve with that attitude;
    con estas medidas buscan reducir la inflación these measures are intended to reduce inflation, with these measures they are seeking to reduce inflation;
    Fam
    ése sólo busca ligar he's only after one thing
    5. Informát to search for
    6. Fam [provocar] to push, to try the patience of;
    no me busques, que me voy a enfadar don't push me o it, I'm about to lose my temper;
    buscar bronca o [m5] camorra to look for trouble
    vi
    to look;
    busqué bien pero no encontré nada I had a thorough search, but didn't find anything;
    buscamos por toda la casa we looked o searched throughout the house, we searched the house from top to bottom
    * * *
    v/t search for, look for;
    ir/venir a buscar fetch;
    se la estaba buscando he was asking for trouble o for it
    * * *
    buscar {72} vt
    1) : to look for, to seek
    2) : to pick up, to collect
    3) : to provoke
    buscar vi
    : to look, to search
    buscó en los bolsillos: he searched through his pockets
    * * *
    buscar vb
    1. (tratar de encontrar) to look for
    2. (consultar) to look up
    3. (recoger) to pick up / to meet [pt. & pp. met]
    4. (traer) to fetch / to get
    "Se busca" "Wanted"

    Spanish-English dictionary > buscar

  • 7 caer en la cuenta

    to realize
    y entonces caí en la cuenta de que... and then I realized that..., and then it dawned on me that...
    * * *
    (v.) = dawn on, wise up, the penny dropped, suss (out)
    Ex. It dawned on her that what she was doing might be a mistake, and she began to think of how best to extricate herself.
    Ex. The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
    Ex. It was only when I saw Ron's car outside Penny's house that the penny finally dropped and I realised they were having an affair.
    Ex. He was incredulous when he sussed that the noises came from bona-fide gibbons.
    * * *
    (v.) = dawn on, wise up, the penny dropped, suss (out)

    Ex: It dawned on her that what she was doing might be a mistake, and she began to think of how best to extricate herself.

    Ex: The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
    Ex: It was only when I saw Ron's car outside Penny's house that the penny finally dropped and I realised they were having an affair.
    Ex: He was incredulous when he sussed that the noises came from bona-fide gibbons.

    Spanish-English dictionary > caer en la cuenta

  • 8 clasificación

    f.
    1 classification, bracket, sorting, categorization.
    2 classified results.
    3 league table, placing in league rank, placing.
    4 classification, break-down, grading.
    * * *
    1 (gen) classification
    2 (distribución) sorting, filing
    3 DEPORTE league, table
    4 (de discos) top twenty, hit parade
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=categorización) classification
    2) (=ordenación) [de documentos] classification; (Inform, Correos) sorting
    3) (Náut) rating
    4) [en torneo] qualification
    5) (=lista) table, league
    * * *
    1) (de documentos, libros) classification; ( de cartas) sorting
    2) ( de película -acción) classification; (- certificado)

    ¿qué clasificación (moral) tiene? — what certificate has it got?

    3) (de elemento, animal, planta) classification
    4) (Dep)
    a) ( para una etapa posterior) qualification
    b) ( tabla) placings (pl); ( puesto) position, place
    * * *
    = classification, map, mapping, ranking, sorting, subject cataloguing, rank order, league table, sift, scoreboard, scorecard, grading, leader board.
    Ex. Classification, then, is the grouping of like objects.
    Ex. A detailed study of a co-citation map, its core documents' citation patterns and the related journal structures, is presented.
    Ex. Recently, proponents of co-citation cluster analysis have claimed that in principle their methodology makes possible the mapping of science using the data in the Science Citation Index.
    Ex. Those documents with sufficiently high rankings will be deemed relevant and eventually retrieved.
    Ex. Storage medium and associated equipment (for example, sorting and punching devices, cards, magnetic tape) tends to be cheaper than the term record index equivalent.
    Ex. This facility enables descriptive and subject cataloguing to be done by two different people.
    Ex. This is an interesting reversal of the rank order of countries for both stock held and expenditure per head of population.
    Ex. In addition to producing these 'league tables' of microcomputer applications, Burton also indicated the applications software that libraries were using.
    Ex. The method of work agreed was that the chairperson would make a first sift of proposals and divide them into two groups.
    Ex. Evaluation the research is through 4 strategies: a simple scoreboard; scoreboard plus other details such as references; scoreboard with the minimal critera of, e.g., sample size and statistical procedures used; examination of actual material.
    Ex. After a year's rapid development of portals by major search engines, adding such things as scorecards, news headlines or links to other services, search engine developers are now turning to personalization as a way of holding their users.
    Ex. It is interesting that, in this case, socio-economic grading was a better social discriminator than was terminal educational age.
    Ex. Since its launch, the project has been plagued by a small number of people cheating to elevate their ranking in the leader boards.
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    * clasificación abreviada = abridged classification.
    * clasificación analítico-sintética = analytico-synthetic classification.
    * clasificación automática = automatic classification.
    * clasificación bibliográfica = bibliographic classification, library classification.
    * Clasificación Bibliográfica (BC) = Bibliographic Classification (BC).
    * clasificación cruzada = cross-classification.
    * Clasificación Decimal de Dewey (DDC o DC) = Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC o DC).
    * Clasificación Decimal, la = Decimal Classification, the.
    * Clasificación Decimal Universal (CDU) = UDC (Universal Decimal Classification).
    * clasificación de Dewey, la = Dewey scheme, the.
    * clasificación de la literatura narrativa = fiction classification.
    * clasificación del correo = mail sorting.
    * clasificación del suelo = zoning.
    * Clasificación de Ranganathan = Colon Classification (CC), Colon Classification Scheme.
    * clasificación enumerativa = enumerative classification.
    * clasificación específica = close classification, specific classification.
    * clasificación facetada = faceted classification.
    * clasificación general = broad classification, broad classification.
    * Clasificación Industrial General de las Actividades Económicas (NACE) = General Industrial Classification of Economic Activities (NACE).
    * clasificación monojerárquica = monohierarchical classification.
    * clasificación por antigüedad = seniority ranking.
    * clasificación por materia = subject classification.
    * clasificación por pertinencia = relevance ranking.
    * clasificación unidimensional = monodimensional classification.
    * de clasificación = classificatory indicator, classificatory.
    * dispositivo de clasificación = sorting device.
    * Grupo de Investigación sobre la Clasificación (CRG) = Classification Research Group (CRG).
    * indicador de clasificación = classificatory indicator.
    * LCCN (Notación de la Clasificación de la Biblioteca del Congreso) = LCCN (Library of Congress Classification Number).
    * número de clasificación = class mark [classmark], class number, classification number, rank number.
    * ocupar un lugar en una clasificación = rank.
    * paquete de clasificación = sort package.
    * sistema de clasificación = classification scheme, scheme, classification system, classification schedules, grading system.
    * sistema de clasificación analítico = analytical classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación de Bliss = Bliss classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación decimal = decimal classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación de la Biblioteca del Congreso = LCC (Library of Congress Classification).
    * sistema de clasificación dicotomizado = dichotomized classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación enciclopédica = general classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación enumerativo = enumerative classification scheme, enumerative scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación especializado = special classification scheme, special scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación facetado = faceted classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación general = general scheme, general classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación jerárquico = hierarchical classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación lineal = linear classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación multidimensional = multidimensional classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación por disciplinas = discipline-oriented scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación sintético = synthetic classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación universal = universal classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación verbal = verbal classification system.
    * tabla de clasificación = classification schedule.
    * * *
    1) (de documentos, libros) classification; ( de cartas) sorting
    2) ( de película -acción) classification; (- certificado)

    ¿qué clasificación (moral) tiene? — what certificate has it got?

    3) (de elemento, animal, planta) classification
    4) (Dep)
    a) ( para una etapa posterior) qualification
    b) ( tabla) placings (pl); ( puesto) position, place
    * * *
    = classification, map, mapping, ranking, sorting, subject cataloguing, rank order, league table, sift, scoreboard, scorecard, grading, leader board.

    Ex: Classification, then, is the grouping of like objects.

    Ex: A detailed study of a co-citation map, its core documents' citation patterns and the related journal structures, is presented.
    Ex: Recently, proponents of co-citation cluster analysis have claimed that in principle their methodology makes possible the mapping of science using the data in the Science Citation Index.
    Ex: Those documents with sufficiently high rankings will be deemed relevant and eventually retrieved.
    Ex: Storage medium and associated equipment (for example, sorting and punching devices, cards, magnetic tape) tends to be cheaper than the term record index equivalent.
    Ex: This facility enables descriptive and subject cataloguing to be done by two different people.
    Ex: This is an interesting reversal of the rank order of countries for both stock held and expenditure per head of population.
    Ex: In addition to producing these 'league tables' of microcomputer applications, Burton also indicated the applications software that libraries were using.
    Ex: The method of work agreed was that the chairperson would make a first sift of proposals and divide them into two groups.
    Ex: Evaluation the research is through 4 strategies: a simple scoreboard; scoreboard plus other details such as references; scoreboard with the minimal critera of, e.g., sample size and statistical procedures used; examination of actual material.
    Ex: After a year's rapid development of portals by major search engines, adding such things as scorecards, news headlines or links to other services, search engine developers are now turning to personalization as a way of holding their users.
    Ex: It is interesting that, in this case, socio-economic grading was a better social discriminator than was terminal educational age.
    Ex: Since its launch, the project has been plagued by a small number of people cheating to elevate their ranking in the leader boards.
    * clasificación abreviada = abridged classification.
    * clasificación analítico-sintética = analytico-synthetic classification.
    * clasificación automática = automatic classification.
    * clasificación bibliográfica = bibliographic classification, library classification.
    * Clasificación Bibliográfica (BC) = Bibliographic Classification (BC).
    * clasificación cruzada = cross-classification.
    * Clasificación Decimal de Dewey (DDC o DC) = Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC o DC).
    * Clasificación Decimal, la = Decimal Classification, the.
    * Clasificación Decimal Universal (CDU) = UDC (Universal Decimal Classification).
    * clasificación de Dewey, la = Dewey scheme, the.
    * clasificación de la literatura narrativa = fiction classification.
    * clasificación del correo = mail sorting.
    * clasificación del suelo = zoning.
    * Clasificación de Ranganathan = Colon Classification (CC), Colon Classification Scheme.
    * clasificación enumerativa = enumerative classification.
    * clasificación específica = close classification, specific classification.
    * clasificación facetada = faceted classification.
    * clasificación general = broad classification, broad classification.
    * Clasificación Industrial General de las Actividades Económicas (NACE) = General Industrial Classification of Economic Activities (NACE).
    * clasificación monojerárquica = monohierarchical classification.
    * clasificación por antigüedad = seniority ranking.
    * clasificación por materia = subject classification.
    * clasificación por pertinencia = relevance ranking.
    * clasificación unidimensional = monodimensional classification.
    * de clasificación = classificatory indicator, classificatory.
    * dispositivo de clasificación = sorting device.
    * Grupo de Investigación sobre la Clasificación (CRG) = Classification Research Group (CRG).
    * indicador de clasificación = classificatory indicator.
    * LCCN (Notación de la Clasificación de la Biblioteca del Congreso) = LCCN (Library of Congress Classification Number).
    * número de clasificación = class mark [classmark], class number, classification number, rank number.
    * ocupar un lugar en una clasificación = rank.
    * paquete de clasificación = sort package.
    * sistema de clasificación = classification scheme, scheme, classification system, classification schedules, grading system.
    * sistema de clasificación analítico = analytical classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación de Bliss = Bliss classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación decimal = decimal classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación de la Biblioteca del Congreso = LCC (Library of Congress Classification).
    * sistema de clasificación dicotomizado = dichotomized classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación enciclopédica = general classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación enumerativo = enumerative classification scheme, enumerative scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación especializado = special classification scheme, special scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación facetado = faceted classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación general = general scheme, general classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación jerárquico = hierarchical classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación lineal = linear classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación multidimensional = multidimensional classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación por disciplinas = discipline-oriented scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación sintético = synthetic classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación universal = universal classification scheme.
    * sistema de clasificación verbal = verbal classification system.
    * tabla de clasificación = classification schedule.

    * * *
    A (de documentos, libros) classification; (de cartas) sorting
    el ordenador que hace la clasificación del correo the computer that sorts the mail
    B (de una películaacción) classification
    (— certificado): ¿qué clasificación (moral) tiene? what certificate has it got?
    C (de un elemento, una planta) classification
    D ( Dep)
    peligra nuestra clasificación para la final we are in danger of not making o of not qualifying for the final
    esta victoria le supone la clasificación para la fase final this victory means that he will go through to o has qualified for the finals
    2 (tabla) placings (pl); (puesto) position, place
    quinto en la clasificación final del rally fifth in the final placings for the rally
    * * *

    clasificación sustantivo femenino
    1 (de documentos, animales, plantas) classification;
    ( de cartas) sorting
    2 ( de película) certificate
    3


    b) ( tabla) placings (pl);

    ( puesto) position, place;

    clasificación sustantivo femenino
    1 classification
    2 Dep (lista) table: es el tercero en la clasificación mundial, he's ranked third in the world
    (acción) qualification: la atleta española no ha conseguido su clasificación, the Spanish athlete has not qualified
    ' clasificación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    encabezar
    - escala
    - juvenil
    - cabeza
    - descender
    - escalar
    - fase
    - frente
    - ocupar
    - prueba
    - puesto
    English:
    classification
    - filing
    - rating
    - table
    - preliminary
    - qualification
    * * *
    1. [ordenación] classification
    Econ clasificación de solvencia credit rating
    2. [de animal, planta] classification
    3. [de película] classification
    4. Dep [lista] [en liga] (league) Br table o US standings;
    [en carrera, torneo] classification;
    encabezar la clasificación [en liga] to be at the top of the league;
    [en carrera, torneo] to lead the classification clasificación combinada combined event;
    clasificación por equipos team classification;
    clasificación general (general) classification;
    clasificación de la regularidad points classification
    5. Dep [para competición] qualification;
    no consiguieron lograr la clasificación para las semifinales they didn't manage to qualify for the semifinals
    * * *
    f
    1 DEP en competición qualification
    2 de liga league table
    3
    :
    * * *
    1) : classification, sorting out
    2) : rating
    3) calificación: qualification (in competitions)
    * * *
    1. (en general) classification
    2. (en deporte acción) qualifying
    ¿quién es el líder de la clasificación de primera? who is top of the first division?

    Spanish-English dictionary > clasificación

  • 9 comparar

    v.
    1 to compare, to make a comparison.
    comparar algo/a alguien con algo/alguien to compare something/somebody with something/somebody
    comparar precios to compare prices, to shop around
    ¡no compares, ésta es mucho más bonita! don't compare, this one's much nicer!
    Elsa carea beneficios Elsa compares benefits.
    2 to draw a comparison, to make a comparison.
    * * *
    1 to compare
    \
    ¡no compares! familiar far from it!
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1.
    VT to compare (a to) ( con with, to)

    comparar dos archivos — (Inform) to compare two files

    por favor, no compares, esta casa es mucho mejor que la que tenías antes — there's no comparison, this house is much better than the one you had before

    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( contrastar) to compare

    comparar algo/a alguien con algo/alguien — to compare something/somebody with something/somebody

    b) ( asemejar) to compare

    comparar algo/a alguien a algo/alguien — to compare something/somebody to something/somebody

    2.
    comparar vi to make a comparison, to compare
    * * *
    = compare, draw + parallel, make + comparisons, liken, cross-tabulate, factor, collate, triangulate, cross-reference, equate (with/to), diff.
    Nota: Usado generalmente en informática para comparar diferencias entre diferentes versiones de un mismo archivo.
    Ex. All words in the titles of the documents to be indexed will be compared, by a computer, with a pre-selected stop list or stopword list.
    Ex. This article draws a parallel between the growth of video collections and the earlier introduction of paperbacks into libraries.
    Ex. Quality in reviewing can be variable, but ARBA has a good record for providing critical comments when indicated and does not hesitate to make comparisons with similar tools.
    Ex. It can be likened to the production of a modern painting using spray paints and masks.
    Ex. Survey items, including subject searched, method of instruction, amount of searching experience, data base selected, and perceived relevance of citations retrieved, were cross-tabulated and examined for significance using the chi squared test.
    Ex. Library funding was factored against the comprehensive budgets of WTALC institutions, resulting in a measurement of the comparative percentage of university money made available to its libraries.
    Ex. It is no longer necessary to collate unaided, since copies can now be compared mechanically with a Hinman collating machine, which rapidly shows up all variation between them.
    Ex. The author discusses the advantages of using meta search engines for searching the World Wide Web as an alternative to using several search engines and triangulating the results.
    Ex. The editor has done a good job of cross-referencing the material, thus highlighting some of the ways in which separate factors interact and multiply their disintegrating effects.
    Ex. These new symbols can be equated with the symbols 'x' and 'xx' that are used currently in many authority listings to convey the same meaning.
    Ex. There are many tools available for diffing text files, but we often find ourselves wanting to see how an image file has changed too.
    ----
    * comparándolo = in comparison.
    * comparar con = match against, run + Nombre + through + Nombre, weigh against, stand up against.
    * comparar detalle a detalle = compare + point by point.
    * comparar notas = compare + notes.
    * comparar precios = comparison shop.
    * compararse = rival, measure up (to).
    * compararse con = stack up against, measure up against, match up against.
    * compararse favorablemente = compare + favourably.
    * comprar comparando productos = shop around, shopping around.
    * imposible de comparar = incommemsurable, incommensurate.
    * si los comparamos = in comparison.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) ( contrastar) to compare

    comparar algo/a alguien con algo/alguien — to compare something/somebody with something/somebody

    b) ( asemejar) to compare

    comparar algo/a alguien a algo/alguien — to compare something/somebody to something/somebody

    2.
    comparar vi to make a comparison, to compare
    * * *
    = compare, draw + parallel, make + comparisons, liken, cross-tabulate, factor, collate, triangulate, cross-reference, equate (with/to), diff.
    Nota: Usado generalmente en informática para comparar diferencias entre diferentes versiones de un mismo archivo.

    Ex: All words in the titles of the documents to be indexed will be compared, by a computer, with a pre-selected stop list or stopword list.

    Ex: This article draws a parallel between the growth of video collections and the earlier introduction of paperbacks into libraries.
    Ex: Quality in reviewing can be variable, but ARBA has a good record for providing critical comments when indicated and does not hesitate to make comparisons with similar tools.
    Ex: It can be likened to the production of a modern painting using spray paints and masks.
    Ex: Survey items, including subject searched, method of instruction, amount of searching experience, data base selected, and perceived relevance of citations retrieved, were cross-tabulated and examined for significance using the chi squared test.
    Ex: Library funding was factored against the comprehensive budgets of WTALC institutions, resulting in a measurement of the comparative percentage of university money made available to its libraries.
    Ex: It is no longer necessary to collate unaided, since copies can now be compared mechanically with a Hinman collating machine, which rapidly shows up all variation between them.
    Ex: The author discusses the advantages of using meta search engines for searching the World Wide Web as an alternative to using several search engines and triangulating the results.
    Ex: The editor has done a good job of cross-referencing the material, thus highlighting some of the ways in which separate factors interact and multiply their disintegrating effects.
    Ex: These new symbols can be equated with the symbols 'x' and 'xx' that are used currently in many authority listings to convey the same meaning.
    Ex: There are many tools available for diffing text files, but we often find ourselves wanting to see how an image file has changed too.
    * comparándolo = in comparison.
    * comparar con = match against, run + Nombre + through + Nombre, weigh against, stand up against.
    * comparar detalle a detalle = compare + point by point.
    * comparar notas = compare + notes.
    * comparar precios = comparison shop.
    * compararse = rival, measure up (to).
    * compararse con = stack up against, measure up against, match up against.
    * compararse favorablemente = compare + favourably.
    * comprar comparando productos = shop around, shopping around.
    * imposible de comparar = incommemsurable, incommensurate.
    * si los comparamos = in comparison.

    * * *
    comparar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 (contrastar) to compare comparar algo/a algn CON algo/algn to compare sth/sb WITH sth/sb
    comparado con los de ayer, este ejercicio es fácil this exercise is easy compared with o to yesterday's
    2 (asemejar) to compare comparar algo/a algn A algo/algn to compare sth/sb TO sth/sb
    en el poema la compara a una diosa griega in the poem he compares her to a Greek goddess
    ■ comparar
    vi
    to make a comparison, compare
    * * *

     

    comparar ( conjugate comparar) verbo transitivo
    to compare;
    comparar algo/a algn a or con algo/algn to compare sth/sb to o with sth/sb;
    no puede ni compararse al otro it doesn't even compare at all to o with the other one

    verbo intransitivo
    to make a comparison, to compare
    comparar verbo transitivo to compare [con, with]: no le compares con su hermano, don't compare him with his brother

    ' comparar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    como
    - contraponer
    - asemejar
    - equiparar
    English:
    compare
    - equate
    - liken
    - shop around
    - measure
    * * *
    vt
    to compare;
    comparar algo/a alguien con algo/alguien to compare sth/sb with sth/sb;
    comparar precios to compare prices, to shop around
    vi
    to compare, to make a comparison;
    ¡no compares, ésta es mucho más bonita! don't compare, this one's much nicer!
    * * *
    v/t compare ( con with, to)
    * * *
    : to compare
    * * *
    comparar vb to compare

    Spanish-English dictionary > comparar

  • 10 confrontación

    f.
    1 confrontation, confrontment, encounter, face-off.
    2 match, game.
    3 comparison, checking.
    * * *
    1 (enfrentamiento) confrontation
    2 (comparación) comparison, collation
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=enfrentamiento) confrontation
    2) (Literat) comparison
    * * *
    a) ( enfrentamiento) confrontation
    b) ( de textos) comparison
    c) (period) (Dep) game, match
    * * *
    = confrontation, collision, showdown, collision course.
    Ex. A library should be organised to impose maximum confrontation between books and readers.
    Ex. Libraries now face the realities of the wired campus environment and the collision between library automation tradition and the new world of networks.
    Ex. The article 'Search engine showdown' reports the results of lab tests carried out on 7 major World Wide Web (WWW) search engines available free of charge on the Internet.
    Ex. A collision course can be avoided only if librarians work closely with the faculty in determining an appropriate policy.
    ----
    * composición por confrontación de ideas = brain-writing.
    * confrontación de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming], brainstorm.
    * evitar la confrontación = avoid + confrontation.
    * * *
    a) ( enfrentamiento) confrontation
    b) ( de textos) comparison
    c) (period) (Dep) game, match
    * * *
    = confrontation, collision, showdown, collision course.

    Ex: A library should be organised to impose maximum confrontation between books and readers.

    Ex: Libraries now face the realities of the wired campus environment and the collision between library automation tradition and the new world of networks.
    Ex: The article 'Search engine showdown' reports the results of lab tests carried out on 7 major World Wide Web (WWW) search engines available free of charge on the Internet.
    Ex: A collision course can be avoided only if librarians work closely with the faculty in determining an appropriate policy.
    * composición por confrontación de ideas = brain-writing.
    * confrontación de ideas = brainstorming [brain-storming], brainstorm.
    * evitar la confrontación = avoid + confrontation.

    * * *
    1 (enfrentamiento) confrontation
    2 (de textos) comparison
    3 ( period) ( Dep) game, match
    * * *

    confrontación sustantivo femenino


    confrontación sustantivo femenino
    1 (cotejo) contrast
    2 (careo) confrontation
    ' confrontación' also found in these entries:
    English:
    confrontation
    - face off
    - run-in
    * * *
    1. [enfrentamiento] confrontation;
    [deportivo] clash
    2. [comparación] comparison
    * * *
    f confrontation
    * * *
    confrontación nf, pl - ciones : confrontation

    Spanish-English dictionary > confrontación

  • 11 darse cuenta

    v.
    to realize, to catch on, to catch the drift, to find out.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + aware, dawn on, detect, perceive, find, note, make + aware, come to + realise, wise up, reach + understanding, eye + catch, strike + home, suss (out), hit + home
    Ex. For the first time now he became aware that he was being watched.
    Ex. It dawned on her that what she was doing might be a mistake, and she began to think of how best to extricate herself.
    Ex. Then, in the 1930s extraterrestrial radio signals were detected, and during the last four decades a whole new intellectual area of science has developed, namely radio astronomy.
    Ex. Hypermedia offers unheard of opportunities to gain insight into the way young people perceive, process and use information.
    Ex. His trial came up in July 1892 and by then the city accountant had found that over $9,000 had been misappropriated.
    Ex. Collation is the term used for the physical check of books to note any imperfections such as missing or duplicated sections.
    Ex. Libraries need to be made aware of all possible networking options, the benefits of the lesser known OSI suite of protocols and the requirements for establishing an OSI environment.
    Ex. Gradually many of these conquerors came to realize that, although military might was necessary to gain control over an area, sheer force of arms was not sufficient to govern effectively.
    Ex. The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
    Ex. There was no other way that William could just then express the understanding he had clearly reached that some books are impossible to read.
    Ex. As Klaus's acute observations are unhampered by romantic ideals, his eye catches the plastic trash by the roadway as well as the colors of moss on the landing strip.
    Ex. Among many observations in this widely bruited report, one in particular struck home: fewer books had been translated into Arabic in a millennium than were translated into Spanish in a year.
    Ex. He was incredulous when he sussed that the noises came from bona-fide gibbons.
    Ex. With our students, with our employees, the stress of the pulp and paper mill's shutdown is starting to hit home.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + aware, dawn on, detect, perceive, find, note, make + aware, come to + realise, wise up, reach + understanding, eye + catch, strike + home, suss (out), hit + home

    Ex: For the first time now he became aware that he was being watched.

    Ex: It dawned on her that what she was doing might be a mistake, and she began to think of how best to extricate herself.
    Ex: Then, in the 1930s extraterrestrial radio signals were detected, and during the last four decades a whole new intellectual area of science has developed, namely radio astronomy.
    Ex: Hypermedia offers unheard of opportunities to gain insight into the way young people perceive, process and use information.
    Ex: His trial came up in July 1892 and by then the city accountant had found that over $9,000 had been misappropriated.
    Ex: Collation is the term used for the physical check of books to note any imperfections such as missing or duplicated sections.
    Ex: Libraries need to be made aware of all possible networking options, the benefits of the lesser known OSI suite of protocols and the requirements for establishing an OSI environment.
    Ex: Gradually many of these conquerors came to realize that, although military might was necessary to gain control over an area, sheer force of arms was not sufficient to govern effectively.
    Ex: The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
    Ex: There was no other way that William could just then express the understanding he had clearly reached that some books are impossible to read.
    Ex: As Klaus's acute observations are unhampered by romantic ideals, his eye catches the plastic trash by the roadway as well as the colors of moss on the landing strip.
    Ex: Among many observations in this widely bruited report, one in particular struck home: fewer books had been translated into Arabic in a millennium than were translated into Spanish in a year.
    Ex: He was incredulous when he sussed that the noises came from bona-fide gibbons.
    Ex: With our students, with our employees, the stress of the pulp and paper mill's shutdown is starting to hit home.

    Spanish-English dictionary > darse cuenta

  • 12 de primeras

    = at first sight, on the face of it, at first glance, first-blush, up-front [up front]
    Ex. At first sight, there seems to be no good reason to distinguish between telecommunication networks and data networks.
    Ex. On the face of it, that sounds like an even more difficult concept to comprehend, let alone implement in a working model.
    Ex. We have already noted that at first glance the outline of main classes appears traditional.
    Ex. The first-blush reaction to their astonishing long-term strategy for achieving national energy independence is that they must be joking.
    Ex. Meta search engines look pretty much the same up front, but their approach to presenting results varies widely.
    * * *
    = at first sight, on the face of it, at first glance, first-blush, up-front [up front]

    Ex: At first sight, there seems to be no good reason to distinguish between telecommunication networks and data networks.

    Ex: On the face of it, that sounds like an even more difficult concept to comprehend, let alone implement in a working model.
    Ex: We have already noted that at first glance the outline of main classes appears traditional.
    Ex: The first-blush reaction to their astonishing long-term strategy for achieving national energy independence is that they must be joking.
    Ex: Meta search engines look pretty much the same up front, but their approach to presenting results varies widely.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de primeras

  • 13 directorio

    adj.
    directory, governing, directive, directorial.
    m.
    1 directory (gen) & (computing).
    directorio raíz root directory
    2 Board of Directors, directorate.
    * * *
    1 directional, directive
    1 (gobierno) governing body
    2 (de direcciones) directory, guide
    3 (normas) instructions plural, directive
    4 INFORMÁTICA directory
    ————————
    1 (gobierno) governing body
    2 (de direcciones) directory, guide
    3 (normas) instructions plural, directive
    4 INFORMÁTICA directory
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=norma) directive
    2) (=junta directiva) directors pl, board of directors
    3) (Inform) directory
    4)

    directorio de teléfonos, directorio telefónico — Méx telephone directory

    * * *
    masculino (AmL exc CS) ( guía telefónica) telephone directory, directory
    * * *
    = directory, file store, subject tree, subject directory.
    Ex. Martindale is a large directory of drugs produced by the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.
    Ex. It can interconnect text processors, personal computers and terminals to high-quality printers, computer-based file stores, facsimile machines, digital voice, video and other electronic office equipment.
    Ex. With a heightened awareness of the need for better retrieval mechanisms for government resources, the ISL embarked on the ambitious initiative to implement a nationally accepted subject tree for maximizing access to state government information.
    Ex. The quantitative analysis concentrates on the content of this virtual library through examining the subject directories of more than 100 of its search engines.
    ----
    * consultas al directorio = directory assistance.
    * del estilo de los directorios = directory-type.
    * directorio accesible por su contenido (cafs) = content-addressable file store (cafs).
    * directorio cgi = cgi-bin.
    * directorio comercial = trade directory, traders' list, traders' catalogue.
    * directorio comercial por calles = street directory.
    * directorio de empresas en base de datos = corporate directory database, company directory database.
    * directorio de Internet = Web directory.
    * directorio del disco = diskette directory.
    * directorio de prensa = press directory.
    * directorio de publicaciones periódicas = serials directory.
    * directorio de un registro automatizado = directory.
    * directorio en base de datos = directory database.
    * directorio telefónico = telephone book.
    * directorio web = Web directory.
    * mapa del directorio = directory map.
    * número de teléfono que no está incluido en el directorio telefónico = unlisted telephone number.
    * servicio de directorios = directory service.
    * * *
    masculino (AmL exc CS) ( guía telefónica) telephone directory, directory
    * * *
    = directory, file store, subject tree, subject directory.

    Ex: Martindale is a large directory of drugs produced by the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.

    Ex: It can interconnect text processors, personal computers and terminals to high-quality printers, computer-based file stores, facsimile machines, digital voice, video and other electronic office equipment.
    Ex: With a heightened awareness of the need for better retrieval mechanisms for government resources, the ISL embarked on the ambitious initiative to implement a nationally accepted subject tree for maximizing access to state government information.
    Ex: The quantitative analysis concentrates on the content of this virtual library through examining the subject directories of more than 100 of its search engines.
    * consultas al directorio = directory assistance.
    * del estilo de los directorios = directory-type.
    * directorio accesible por su contenido (cafs) = content-addressable file store (cafs).
    * directorio cgi = cgi-bin.
    * directorio comercial = trade directory, traders' list, traders' catalogue.
    * directorio comercial por calles = street directory.
    * directorio de empresas en base de datos = corporate directory database, company directory database.
    * directorio de Internet = Web directory.
    * directorio del disco = diskette directory.
    * directorio de prensa = press directory.
    * directorio de publicaciones periódicas = serials directory.
    * directorio de un registro automatizado = directory.
    * directorio en base de datos = directory database.
    * directorio telefónico = telephone book.
    * directorio web = Web directory.
    * mapa del directorio = directory map.
    * número de teléfono que no está incluido en el directorio telefónico = unlisted telephone number.
    * servicio de directorios = directory service.

    * * *
    A
    1 ( Com) (junta directiva) board of directors, directors (pl)
    2
    el Directorio ( Hist) (en Francia) the Directory
    B
    1 ( AmL exc CS) (guía telefónica) telephone directory
    2 (nomenclátor) directory
    C ( Inf) directory
    Compuesto:
    directorio raíz or principal
    ( Inf) root directory
    * * *

     

    directorio sustantivo masculino (AmL exc CS) ( guía telefónica) telephone directory, directory
    directorio,-a I adjetivo directive: son obligatorias las normas directorias de urbanismo, the city planning directives are considered mandatory
    II sustantivo masculino directory: voy a mirar el directorio para ver en qué planta está la cafetería, I'll check the directory to see what floor the cafeteria is on
    ' directorio' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    directoria I
    English:
    directory
    - phone
    * * *
    1. [lista de direcciones] directory
    directorio comercial o de empresas commercial directory
    2. [junta] directorate, governing body;
    [de empresa] board; Hist
    el Directorio the Directory
    3. Am salvo RP [de teléfonos] directory
    4. Informát directory
    directorio raíz root directory
    * * *
    m tb INFOR directory
    * * *
    1) : directory
    2) directiva, junta: board of directors
    * * *
    directorio n directory [pl. directories]

    Spanish-English dictionary > directorio

  • 14 dársele a Uno mejor Algo

    (v.) = be better at
    Ex. Special multimedia search engines such as used on CNN and Sony may be better at separating the wheat from the chaff.
    * * *

    Ex: Special multimedia search engines such as used on CNN and Sony may be better at separating the wheat from the chaff.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dársele a Uno mejor Algo

  • 15 en igualdad de condiciones

    = other things being equal, on equal terms, one of equals, ceteris paribus, in a tie, on an equal footing, on an equal basis, all (other) things being equal
    Ex. Other things being equal, the capability of a service will tend to increase as the resources devoted to it increase.
    Ex. Rather than take a whole lot of time on this, let me utter a brief commercial on behalf of a book which addresses precisely this area of women-related headings, Joan Marshall's 'On Equal Terms'.
    Ex. Above all, the relationship between Western experts and the Third World must be one of equal partners, not of donor and recipient.
    Ex. It is seen that open access to land can lead to overpopulation in a ceteris paribus sense.
    Ex. In a tie, the data suggests the nod would go to search engines = En igualdad de condiciones, los datos nos dan a entender que serían los buscadores los que ganarían el pulso, en última instancia.
    Ex. With a payment system the consumer controls production, and all goods compete on an equal footing.
    Ex. All appropriate measures shall be taken to establish adequate legal protection of the rights of women on an equal basis with men.
    Ex. Some of the modern evidence supporting the law of demand shows that, all other things being equal, when the price of a good rises, the amount of it demanded decreases.
    * * *
    = other things being equal, on equal terms, one of equals, ceteris paribus, in a tie, on an equal footing, on an equal basis, all (other) things being equal

    Ex: Other things being equal, the capability of a service will tend to increase as the resources devoted to it increase.

    Ex: Rather than take a whole lot of time on this, let me utter a brief commercial on behalf of a book which addresses precisely this area of women-related headings, Joan Marshall's 'On Equal Terms'.
    Ex: Above all, the relationship between Western experts and the Third World must be one of equal partners, not of donor and recipient.
    Ex: It is seen that open access to land can lead to overpopulation in a ceteris paribus sense.
    Ex: In a tie, the data suggests the nod would go to search engines = En igualdad de condiciones, los datos nos dan a entender que serían los buscadores los que ganarían el pulso, en última instancia.
    Ex: With a payment system the consumer controls production, and all goods compete on an equal footing.
    Ex: All appropriate measures shall be taken to establish adequate legal protection of the rights of women on an equal basis with men.
    Ex: Some of the modern evidence supporting the law of demand shows that, all other things being equal, when the price of a good rises, the amount of it demanded decreases.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en igualdad de condiciones

  • 16 en un momento dado

    = at a given point in time, at any one time, at any given point, at one particular time, at any given time, at any given moment, at a given moment in time, at a given moment
    Ex. It is easy to install appropriate guiding at a given point in time.
    Ex. Any one document may be required by author, title, subject, form or other characteristics, but this one document can only be grouped according to one of these characteristics at any one time.
    Ex. Unlike alphabetical arrangement, systematic order is not self-evident, and indeed there may be differing views as to the best order at any given point.
    Ex. The inflexibility of notation tends to crystallize (fossilize!) the arrangement in a structure reflecting the approach to knowledge at one particular time.
    Ex. One aspect of this is the 'staleness' of Web search engines; that is, a search engine goes stale for users when a significant number of hits it returns at any given time point to Web pages that are no longer viable.
    Ex. At any given moment, several hundred titles are available in print, and dozes more are published each year = En un momento dado, hay varios cientos títulos disponibles y cada año aparecen otros tantos nuevos.
    Ex. Librarians have no control over the effect that a book will have on a particular reader at a given moment in time.
    Ex. The study attempts to find out the percentage of Web sites that on average remain accessible to the user at a given moment.
    * * *
    = at a given point in time, at any one time, at any given point, at one particular time, at any given time, at any given moment, at a given moment in time, at a given moment

    Ex: It is easy to install appropriate guiding at a given point in time.

    Ex: Any one document may be required by author, title, subject, form or other characteristics, but this one document can only be grouped according to one of these characteristics at any one time.
    Ex: Unlike alphabetical arrangement, systematic order is not self-evident, and indeed there may be differing views as to the best order at any given point.
    Ex: The inflexibility of notation tends to crystallize (fossilize!) the arrangement in a structure reflecting the approach to knowledge at one particular time.
    Ex: One aspect of this is the 'staleness' of Web search engines; that is, a search engine goes stale for users when a significant number of hits it returns at any given time point to Web pages that are no longer viable.
    Ex: At any given moment, several hundred titles are available in print, and dozes more are published each year = En un momento dado, hay varios cientos títulos disponibles y cada año aparecen otros tantos nuevos.
    Ex: Librarians have no control over the effect that a book will have on a particular reader at a given moment in time.
    Ex: The study attempts to find out the percentage of Web sites that on average remain accessible to the user at a given moment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en un momento dado

  • 17 enfrentamiento

    m.
    confrontation.
    * * *
    1 confrontation
    * * *
    noun m.
    clash, confrontation
    * * *
    SM (=conflicto) confrontation; (=encuentro) (face to face) encounter, (face to face) meeting; (Dep) encounter
    * * *
    masculino clash
    * * *
    = clash [clashes, -pl.], conflict, confrontation, contest, collision, showdown, fighting, collision course, rumble, match, standoff.
    Ex. A seminar was held on community information last year which brought sharp clashes between librarians and social workers over their respective roles.
    Ex. On that basis, I should like to suggest a possible solution to the conflict.
    Ex. A library should be organised to impose maximum confrontation between books and readers.
    Ex. Anyway, experience had taught him that a subordinate who attempts to subdue a superordinate is almost always lost; the superordinate has too many advantages in such a contest.
    Ex. Libraries now face the realities of the wired campus environment and the collision between library automation tradition and the new world of networks.
    Ex. The article 'Search engine showdown' reports the results of lab tests carried out on 7 major World Wide Web (WWW) search engines available free of charge on the Internet.
    Ex. The children were involved in manual labour, guard duty, front-line fighting, bomb manufacture, setting sea/land mines & radio & communication.
    Ex. A collision course can be avoided only if librarians work closely with the faculty in determining an appropriate policy.
    Ex. It is common practice for gang members to make sure that the police are informed of an impending rumble.
    Ex. That was one of the finest matches they ever played.
    Ex. A 12-hour standoff ended with a man lobbing Molotov cocktails at police before taking his own life rather than vacate a home he'd lost to foreclosure.
    ----
    * enfrentamiento armado = armed encounter.
    * enfrentamiento cara a cara = eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation.
    * enfrentamiento de valores = conflict of values.
    * enfrentamiento entre rivales = grudge fight, grudge match, local derby.
    * enfrentamiento racial = racial conflict, ethnic conflict.
    * enfrentamientos sobre preferencias = flame war.
    * evitar el enfrentamiento = avoid + confrontation.
    * llevar camino de enfrentamiento con = be on a collision course with.
    * reglas de enfrentamiento = rules of engagement.
    * * *
    masculino clash
    * * *
    = clash [clashes, -pl.], conflict, confrontation, contest, collision, showdown, fighting, collision course, rumble, match, standoff.

    Ex: A seminar was held on community information last year which brought sharp clashes between librarians and social workers over their respective roles.

    Ex: On that basis, I should like to suggest a possible solution to the conflict.
    Ex: A library should be organised to impose maximum confrontation between books and readers.
    Ex: Anyway, experience had taught him that a subordinate who attempts to subdue a superordinate is almost always lost; the superordinate has too many advantages in such a contest.
    Ex: Libraries now face the realities of the wired campus environment and the collision between library automation tradition and the new world of networks.
    Ex: The article 'Search engine showdown' reports the results of lab tests carried out on 7 major World Wide Web (WWW) search engines available free of charge on the Internet.
    Ex: The children were involved in manual labour, guard duty, front-line fighting, bomb manufacture, setting sea/land mines & radio & communication.
    Ex: A collision course can be avoided only if librarians work closely with the faculty in determining an appropriate policy.
    Ex: It is common practice for gang members to make sure that the police are informed of an impending rumble.
    Ex: That was one of the finest matches they ever played.
    Ex: A 12-hour standoff ended with a man lobbing Molotov cocktails at police before taking his own life rather than vacate a home he'd lost to foreclosure.
    * enfrentamiento armado = armed encounter.
    * enfrentamiento cara a cara = eyeball-to-eyeball confrontation.
    * enfrentamiento de valores = conflict of values.
    * enfrentamiento entre rivales = grudge fight, grudge match, local derby.
    * enfrentamiento racial = racial conflict, ethnic conflict.
    * enfrentamientos sobre preferencias = flame war.
    * evitar el enfrentamiento = avoid + confrontation.
    * llevar camino de enfrentamiento con = be on a collision course with.
    * reglas de enfrentamiento = rules of engagement.

    * * *
    clash
    se produjeron enfrentamientos entre los manifestantes y la policía there were clashes between demonstrators and police
    en el debate se produjo un enfrentamiento entre los dos dirigentes during the debate there was a confrontation o clash between the two leaders
    Compuestos:
    armed confrontation
    military confrontation
    * * *

    enfrentamiento sustantivo masculino
    clash;

    enfrentamiento sustantivo masculino confrontation

    ' enfrentamiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conflictividad
    - contienda
    - disputa
    - duelo
    - oposición
    - parte
    - refriega
    - sangrienta
    - sangriento
    - choque
    - conflicto
    - confrontación
    English:
    clash
    - showdown
    - confrontation
    - show
    * * *
    confrontation;
    hubo enfrentamientos con la policía there were confrontations with the police;
    un enfrentamiento entre las dos alas del partido a confrontation between the two wings of the party
    enfrentamiento armado armed confrontation o clash
    * * *
    m clash, confrontation;
    enfrentamiento verbal heated argument
    * * *
    : clash, confrontation
    * * *
    enfrentamiento n clash [pl. clashes]

    Spanish-English dictionary > enfrentamiento

  • 18 enterarse

    1 (averiguar) to find out (de, about)
    2 (tener conocimiento) to learn, hear
    3 (darse cuenta) to realize
    * * *
    to learn, find out
    * * *
    VPR
    1) [de noticia, secreto]
    a) [por casualidad] to hear, find out

    nos enteramos a través de la radio — we heard it on the radio, we found out from the radio

    ¿sí? no me había enterado — really? I hadn't heard

    no sabía nada, ahora mismo me entero — I had no idea, this is the first I've heard

    enterarse de algo — to hear about sth, find out about sth

    me enteré de tu accidente por JuanI heard about o found out about your accident from Juan

    nos enteramos de que se había ido ayerwe heard o found out that he'd gone yesterday

    b) [haciendo averiguaciones] to find out

    enterarse de algo — to find out about sth

    2) (=darse cuenta) to notice

    oye, que es a ti, que no te enteras — * hey, you, are you deaf or something? *

    enterarse de algo — to notice sth

    - te vas a enterar de quien soy yo o de lo que vale un peine

    he aprobado el examen, para que os enteréis — I've passed the exam, for your information! *

    3) Esp (=comprender, oír) to understand

    no quiero que vuelvas por aquí ¿te enteras? — I don't want you coming back here, do you understand o do you get it? *

    ¡a ver si te enteras! — wise up! *

    enterarse de algo — to understand sth

    no se enteraba de lo que leíahe didn't take in o understand what he was reading

    * * *
    = learn, come to + Posesivo + notice, come to + Posesivo + attention, wise up, catch + Posesivo + drift, get + Posesivo + drift, learn + the news, realise [realize, -USA].
    Ex. 'I'd be disappointed to learn that my boss or subordinates -- or peers for that matter -- told tales out of school about me to others'.
    Ex. There is another important difference between electronic documents and all the types of library material that preceded them and it centers on how electronic resources come to our notice.
    Ex. Information vital to certain people might not come to their attention if such people must rely only upon regular scanning of large numbers of periodicals.
    Ex. The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
    Ex. Shariel sighed and rolled her eyes a little, as Akanan clearly didn't catch her drift.
    Ex. 'Nah,' Kate chuckled, getting her drift, and then said 'I would've just barged in there and dared them to throw me out!'.
    Ex. Xenophon learnt the news while he was making a sacrifice to the gods.
    Ex. It should be realized, in addition, that the question involves not only serials but other works that are generally intended to be issued indefinitely in successive editions.
    ----
    * enterarse a medias = pick up + the fag-ends.
    * enterarse de la noticia = learn + the news.
    * enterarse de lo que Uno quiere decir = catch + Posesivo + drift, get + Posesivo + drift.
    * enterarse de lo que vale un peine = get + the rough edge of + Posesivo + tongue.
    * enterarse de oídas = hear about it + via the grapevine, learn + it on/through the grapevine, hear it + on/through the grapevine.
    * enterarse por rumores = hear about it + via the grapevine, learn + it on/through the grapevine, hear it + on/through the grapevine.
    * * *
    = learn, come to + Posesivo + notice, come to + Posesivo + attention, wise up, catch + Posesivo + drift, get + Posesivo + drift, learn + the news, realise [realize, -USA].

    Ex: 'I'd be disappointed to learn that my boss or subordinates -- or peers for that matter -- told tales out of school about me to others'.

    Ex: There is another important difference between electronic documents and all the types of library material that preceded them and it centers on how electronic resources come to our notice.
    Ex: Information vital to certain people might not come to their attention if such people must rely only upon regular scanning of large numbers of periodicals.
    Ex: The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
    Ex: Shariel sighed and rolled her eyes a little, as Akanan clearly didn't catch her drift.
    Ex: 'Nah,' Kate chuckled, getting her drift, and then said 'I would've just barged in there and dared them to throw me out!'.
    Ex: Xenophon learnt the news while he was making a sacrifice to the gods.
    Ex: It should be realized, in addition, that the question involves not only serials but other works that are generally intended to be issued indefinitely in successive editions.
    * enterarse a medias = pick up + the fag-ends.
    * enterarse de la noticia = learn + the news.
    * enterarse de lo que Uno quiere decir = catch + Posesivo + drift, get + Posesivo + drift.
    * enterarse de lo que vale un peine = get + the rough edge of + Posesivo + tongue.
    * enterarse de oídas = hear about it + via the grapevine, learn + it on/through the grapevine, hear it + on/through the grapevine.
    * enterarse por rumores = hear about it + via the grapevine, learn + it on/through the grapevine, hear it + on/through the grapevine.

    * * *

     

    enterarse ( conjugate enterarse) verbo pronominal
    1 (de suceso, noticia):

    me enteré por tus padres I found out from your parents;
    le robaron el reloj y ni se enteró they stole her watch and she didn't even notice o realize;
    me enteré de la noticia por la radio I heard the news on the radio;
    si papá se entera de esto … if Dad finds out about this …
    2 ( averiguar) to find out;
    enterarse de algo to find out about sth
    3 (esp Esp fam) ( entender):
    te voy a castigar ¿te enteras? I'll punish you, have I made myself clear?;

    ¡para que te enteres! (fam) so there! (colloq)
    enterarse verbo reflexivo to find out: ¿te has enterado de lo de ayer?, have you heard about what happened yesterday?
    ni se enteró de que yo estaba allí, he didn't even realize I was there
    ' enterarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    descubrir
    - saber
    - semblante
    - a
    - cachar
    English:
    catch
    - find out
    - hear
    - know
    - learn
    - mud
    - picture
    - wind
    - find
    - must
    - on
    * * *
    vpr
    1. [descubrir, saber] to find out;
    enterarse de algo/por alguien to find out about sth/from sb;
    como se entere, me mata if she finds out, she'll kill me;
    nos acabamos de enterarse we've just heard;
    ¿tú crees que se enterarán? do you think they'll find out?;
    no lo sabía, ahora me entero I didn't know, this is the first I've heard of it;
    se enterarán de tu pasado y lo publicarán they'll find out about your past and make it public;
    entérate bien de los horarios de los trenes make sure you find out about the train times;
    ¿te has enterado de la noticia? have you heard the news?;
    ¿te has enterado del accidente de Ana? did you hear about Ana's accident?;
    me enteré por mi prima I heard about it from my cousin;
    me enteré por la prensa I read about it in the papers;
    ¡para que te enteres! I'll have you know!, as a matter of fact!;
    ¡te vas a enterarse! you'll know all about it!, you'll catch it!;
    ¡se va a enterarse de quién soy yo! he's going to find out what sort of stuff I'm made of!;
    Fam
    ¡te vas a enterarse de lo que vale un peine! I'll show you what's what!
    2. [darse cuenta]
    enterarse (de algo) to notice (sth);
    tu mujer te está engañando y tú ni te enteras your wife is cheating on you and you haven't even noticed;
    no se enteró del golpe she didn't notice the impact;
    es una operación muy sencilla, no te vas ni a enterarse it's a very straightforward operation, you won't feel a thing
    3. Fam [comprender] to understand;
    cuando habla tan rápido no me entero when she talks so fast, I don't understand a word;
    no quiero ir, ¿te enteras? I don't want to go, have you got that clear?;
    ¡entérate de una vez! ¡yo no soy tu criado! get this straight, I'm not your servant!;
    no me enteré de lo que dijo en clase I didn't understand what she said in class;
    no te enteras de nada you haven't got a clue, have you?
    * * *
    v/r
    1 find out, hear (de about)
    2
    :
    ¡para que te enteres! fam so there! fam ;
    ¡se va a enterar! fam he’s in for it! fam
    * * *
    vr
    informarse: to find out, to learn
    * * *
    1. (descubrir) to find out [pt. & pp. found]
    2. (saber) to hear [pt. & pp. heard]
    3. (darse cuenta) to notice
    ¡ni siquiera se enteró! she didn't even notice!
    4. (comprender) to understand [pt. & pp. understood]
    lo leí, pero no me enteré de nada I read it, but I didn't understand a word

    Spanish-English dictionary > enterarse

  • 19 experiencia difícil

    f.
    hard experience, trying experience.
    * * *
    (n.) = bumpy ride
    Ex. The article 'Online world: the bumpy ride of the Web engine' highlights problems identified with World Wide Web search engines.
    * * *
    (n.) = bumpy ride

    Ex: The article 'Online world: the bumpy ride of the Web engine' highlights problems identified with World Wide Web search engines.

    Spanish-English dictionary > experiencia difícil

  • 20 foro de debate

    (n.) = discussion list, listserv(er) [list-serv(er)], newsgroup [news group], electronic forum, open forum, e-mail list, distribution list, electronic distribution list, discussion forum
    Ex. Internet users may also derive articles and other information from electronic journals and newsletters and from the many electronic bulletin boards (EEB) and discussion lists.
    Ex. A listserv (a.k.a mailing list and discussion list) is a system that allows people to send e-mail to one address, whereupon their message is copied and sent to all of the other subscribers to the mailing list thus making it possible to participate in discussions.
    Ex. Newsgroup is the name for discussion groups on USENET.
    Ex. Information World en Espanol (IWETEL), the first electronic forum for information professionals in Spain, was launched in Nov 93.
    Ex. The panel discussion and open forum are also briefly described.
    Ex. This paper discusses the various Internet search tools such as File Transfer Protocol, search engines, and e-mail lists, with medical information examples.
    Ex. This is a compilation of distribution lists and electronic serials which are of interest to librar professionals.
    Ex. Electronic distribution lists and newsgroups have been widely used by scholars and librarians to find specific information, keep abreast of current events and communicate within a specific discipline.
    Ex. Listservs are discussion forums which revolve around a particular topic and are made possible through electronic mail technology.
    * * *
    (n.) = discussion list, listserv(er) [list-serv(er)], newsgroup [news group], electronic forum, open forum, e-mail list, distribution list, electronic distribution list, discussion forum

    Ex: Internet users may also derive articles and other information from electronic journals and newsletters and from the many electronic bulletin boards (EEB) and discussion lists.

    Ex: A listserv (a.k.a mailing list and discussion list) is a system that allows people to send e-mail to one address, whereupon their message is copied and sent to all of the other subscribers to the mailing list thus making it possible to participate in discussions.
    Ex: Newsgroup is the name for discussion groups on USENET.
    Ex: Information World en Espanol (IWETEL), the first electronic forum for information professionals in Spain, was launched in Nov 93.
    Ex: The panel discussion and open forum are also briefly described.
    Ex: This paper discusses the various Internet search tools such as File Transfer Protocol, search engines, and e-mail lists, with medical information examples.
    Ex: This is a compilation of distribution lists and electronic serials which are of interest to librar professionals.
    Ex: Electronic distribution lists and newsgroups have been widely used by scholars and librarians to find specific information, keep abreast of current events and communicate within a specific discipline.
    Ex: Listservs are discussion forums which revolve around a particular topic and are made possible through electronic mail technology.

    Spanish-English dictionary > foro de debate

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  • Search engine marketing — Search engine marketing, or SEM, is a form of Internet marketing that seeks to promote websites by increasing their visibility in search engine result pages (SERPs). According to the Search Engine Marketing Professional Organization, SEM methods… …   Wikipedia

  • Search engine submission — is how a webmaster submits a web site directly to a search engine. While Search Engine Submission is often seen as a way to promote a web site, it generally is not necessary. Because the major search engines like Google, Yahoo, and MSN use… …   Wikipedia

  • Search Engine Strategies — (SES) is a conference series focused on search engine marketing and search engine optimization.Jefferson Graham (August 14, 2006), [http://www.usatoday.com/tech/techinvestor/2006 08 13 google search x.htm Google search ads find momentum] , USA… …   Wikipedia

  • Search engine image protection — (SEIP), also known as search engine reputation management, combines the expertise of Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and PR, and is designed to protect a company or brand against incorrect negative publicity via the Internet. By using SEIP… …   Wikipedia

  • search engine — n. A software application that allows users to search for the appearance of particular words or images on websites. The Essential Law Dictionary. Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008. search engine …   Law dictionary

  • Search Engine Watch — (SEW) is a website that provides news and information about search engines and search engine marketing. [cite news |first= |last= |authorlink= |coauthors= |title=The Crumbs You Leave Behind |url= |quote=Search Engine Watch (searchenginewatch.com) …   Wikipedia

  • Search Engine Roundtable — is a news web site that discusses topics related to the premier search engines as reported on Internet forums. Search Engine Roundtable was founded in December 2003 by Barry Schwartz and has been referenced in several news articles. [ [http://www …   Wikipedia

  • Search Marketing World — Conference Expo Search Marketing World, Conference Expo is an annual event organised in Dublin, by Interactive Return, a digital marketing agency located in Ireland [ [http://www.interactivereturn.com/ Interactive Return s official website] ] .… …   Wikipedia

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