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  • 581 que no cierra bien

    (adj.) = leaky [leakier -comp., leakiest -sup], leaking
    Ex. He fixed the leaky faucet by pugging it with a cork, hammering it in with a mallet, wrapping it up with electrical tape, and leaving it to increase in water pressure until the pipe exploded.
    Ex. The documents were relegated to an environmentally unsafe location, where they were damaged by a leaking water pipe.
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    (adj.) = leaky [leakier -comp., leakiest -sup], leaking

    Ex: He fixed the leaky faucet by pugging it with a cork, hammering it in with a mallet, wrapping it up with electrical tape, and leaving it to increase in water pressure until the pipe exploded.

    Ex: The documents were relegated to an environmentally unsafe location, where they were damaged by a leaking water pipe.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que no cierra bien

  • 582 que no queda bien

    (adj.) = ill-fitting
    Ex. Sometimes I wonder if someday I will meet someone whose presence won't feel like an ill-fitting overcoat, like something heavy in my pocket that I should've left at home.
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    (adj.) = ill-fitting

    Ex: Sometimes I wonder if someday I will meet someone whose presence won't feel like an ill-fitting overcoat, like something heavy in my pocket that I should've left at home.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que no queda bien

  • 583 que rebota bien

    (adj.) = bouncy [bouncier -comp., bounciest -sup.]
    Ex. As you probably have noticed, squash balls aren't very bouncy at all, they deform when they hit a wall or the floor.
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    (adj.) = bouncy [bouncier -comp., bounciest -sup.]

    Ex: As you probably have noticed, squash balls aren't very bouncy at all, they deform when they hit a wall or the floor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que rebota bien

  • 584 que se expresa bien

    (adj.) = articulate
    Ex. Although I am not sure that research libraries' spokespersons are more articulate than others, their cataloging needs receive attention from the Library of Congress and from the American Library Association.
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    (adj.) = articulate

    Ex: Although I am not sure that research libraries' spokespersons are more articulate than others, their cataloging needs receive attention from the Library of Congress and from the American Library Association.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que se expresa bien

  • 585 realizar una crítica

    (v.) = raise + criticism
    Ex. The author raises some criticisms of the international standard ISO 2709.
    * * *
    (v.) = raise + criticism

    Ex: The author raises some criticisms of the international standard ISO 2709.

    Spanish-English dictionary > realizar una crítica

  • 586 recibir bien

    v.
    to welcome, to take kindly to.
    María aceptó la ayuda Mary welcomed the aid.
    * * *
    (v.) = welcome
    Ex. The decision to revert to standard spelling must have been widely welcomed in countries where DC is used but English is not the native language.
    * * *
    (v.) = welcome

    Ex: The decision to revert to standard spelling must have been widely welcomed in countries where DC is used but English is not the native language.

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  • 587 recibir bien una iniciativa

    (v.) = welcome + initiative
    Ex. To date the feedback from the academic community has been very positive with many libraries in the former Soviet bloc welcoming this initiative.
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    (v.) = welcome + initiative

    Ex: To date the feedback from the academic community has been very positive with many libraries in the former Soviet bloc welcoming this initiative.

    Spanish-English dictionary > recibir bien una iniciativa

  • 588 reseña crítica

    (n.) = critical review, critical survey
    Ex. The reviewer's place in citation chains is an important one because conceivably a carefully done critical review could make or break a line of enquiry or alter the direction of a chain of citations.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Recent developments in the bibliography of Anglo-American literary reviews: a critical survey'.
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    (n.) = critical review, critical survey

    Ex: The reviewer's place in citation chains is an important one because conceivably a carefully done critical review could make or break a line of enquiry or alter the direction of a chain of citations.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Recent developments in the bibliography of Anglo-American literary reviews: a critical survey'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > reseña crítica

  • 589 saber contestar muy bien

    Ex. The readers' services librarian was not at a loss for words.
    * * *

    Ex: The readers' services librarian was not at a loss for words.

    Spanish-English dictionary > saber contestar muy bien

  • 590 salir bien al final

    (v.) = turn out + right in the end
    Ex. We can, of course, ignore the problem and hope that it all turns out right in the end after all, that is what we are doing now.
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    (v.) = turn out + right in the end

    Ex: We can, of course, ignore the problem and hope that it all turns out right in the end after all, that is what we are doing now.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir bien al final

  • 591 salir todo bien

    (v.) = land on + Posesivo + (own two) feet
    Ex. He thought he had landed on his feet when he got a job at a large and prestigious firm, but he soon discovered there was more to the job than he imagined.
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    (v.) = land on + Posesivo + (own two) feet

    Ex: He thought he had landed on his feet when he got a job at a large and prestigious firm, but he soon discovered there was more to the job than he imagined.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir todo bien

  • 592 satisfacción de haber hecho algo bien

    (n.) = sense of accomplishment, sense of achievement
    Ex. Librarians can add incentives and rewards, but the most valuable reward is the student's own sense of accomplishment.
    Ex. The author concludes that librarians respond positively to such motivation factors as sense of achievement, recognition, and work satisfaction.
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    (n.) = sense of accomplishment, sense of achievement

    Ex: Librarians can add incentives and rewards, but the most valuable reward is the student's own sense of accomplishment.

    Ex: The author concludes that librarians respond positively to such motivation factors as sense of achievement, recognition, and work satisfaction.

    Spanish-English dictionary > satisfacción de haber hecho algo bien

  • 593 seguir haciéndolo bien

    (v.) = keep up + the good work
    Ex. They played hard and kept up the good work to come out and prevail in the end.
    * * *
    (v.) = keep up + the good work

    Ex: They played hard and kept up the good work to come out and prevail in the end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > seguir haciéndolo bien

  • 594 seguir trabajando bien

    (v.) = keep up + the good work
    Ex. They played hard and kept up the good work to come out and prevail in the end.
    * * *
    (v.) = keep up + the good work

    Ex: They played hard and kept up the good work to come out and prevail in the end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > seguir trabajando bien

  • 595 sentar bien a Alguien

    (v.) = look + good on + Nombre
    Ex. She did not expect to see me with a crewcut but then she said, 'I like it, it looks good on you'.
    * * *
    (v.) = look + good on + Nombre

    Ex: She did not expect to see me with a crewcut but then she said, 'I like it, it looks good on you'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sentar bien a Alguien

  • 596 sentirse bien

    v.
    1 to feel good, to be OK, to feel fit, to feel OK.
    2 to feel good, to feel nice.
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    (v.) = feel + good, wellness, feel + right, get + high
    Ex. It was a sweet, sharp, sunshiny morning in early October, and Bogardus felt good.
    Ex. More requests for wellness than illness information were made.
    Ex. Two teenagers who wanted to experience murder told police it ' felt right' to strangle a friend and bury her body.
    Ex. I'm not sure if it actually worked or if I was just so excited about getting high that I got all worked up.
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    (v.) = feel + good, wellness, feel + right, get + high

    Ex: It was a sweet, sharp, sunshiny morning in early October, and Bogardus felt good.

    Ex: More requests for wellness than illness information were made.
    Ex: Two teenagers who wanted to experience murder told police it ' felt right' to strangle a friend and bury her body.
    Ex: I'm not sure if it actually worked or if I was just so excited about getting high that I got all worked up.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sentirse bien

  • 597 sentirse bien con Uno mismo

    (v.) = feel + right
    Ex. Two teenagers who wanted to experience murder told police it ' felt right' to strangle a friend and bury her body.
    * * *
    (v.) = feel + right

    Ex: Two teenagers who wanted to experience murder told police it ' felt right' to strangle a friend and bury her body.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sentirse bien con Uno mismo

  • 598 ser algo (muy) bien sabido que

    (n.) = it + be + a (well)-known fact that
    Ex. It is a well-known fact that they're grossly deficient in identifiying talented minority children, and, for that matter, girls.
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    (n.) = it + be + a (well)-known fact that

    Ex: It is a well-known fact that they're grossly deficient in identifiying talented minority children, and, for that matter, girls.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser algo (muy) bien sabido que

  • 599 ser algo bien conocido que

    (v.) = it + be + a (well)-known fact that
    Ex. It is a well-known fact that they're grossly deficient in identifiying talented minority children, and, for that matter, girls.
    * * *
    (v.) = it + be + a (well)-known fact that

    Ex: It is a well-known fact that they're grossly deficient in identifiying talented minority children, and, for that matter, girls.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser algo bien conocido que

  • 600 ser digno de crítica

    (v.) = merit + a critical eye
    Ex. Scholarly publishers routinely include in their contract requirements that may merit a critical eye.
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    (v.) = merit + a critical eye

    Ex: Scholarly publishers routinely include in their contract requirements that may merit a critical eye.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser digno de crítica

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