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  • 801 tema

    m.
    1 subject (asunto).
    cambiar de tema to change the subject
    temas de actualidad current affairs
    tema de conversación talking point, topic of conversation
    3 theme (Music).
    4 obsession, mania.
    5 musical track, track.
    pres.subj.
    1st person singular (yo) Present Subjunctive of Spanish verb: temer.
    * * *
    1 (de discurso, escrito, etc) topic, subject, theme
    2 (de examen) subject
    3 MÚSICA theme
    4 GRAMÁTICA root, stem, theme
    \
    atenerse al tema to keep/stick to the point
    cada loco con su tema familiar everyone has his hobbyhorse
    salir(se) del tema to go off at a tangent, get sidetracked
    tema de actualidad current news item, current topic of interest
    * * *
    noun m.
    theme, topic
    * * *
    SM
    1) (=asunto) subject

    el tema de su discursothe subject o theme of his speech

    pasar del tema *, -¿qué piensas de las elecciones? -paso del tema — "what do you think about the elections?" - "I couldn't care less about them" *

    2) (Ling) [de palabra] stem; [de oración] theme
    3) (Mús) theme
    * * *
    1)
    a) (asunto, cuestión) matter; (de conferencia, composición) topic; ( de examen) subject; (Art, Cin, Lit) subject
    b) (Mús) ( motivo) theme
    2) (Ling) stem
    * * *
    = subject, theme, topic, locus [loci, -pl.], rubric, item of business, thread, question, topic area, issue.
    Ex. What is a subject?.
    Ex. Informative abstracts are appropriate for texts describing experimental work, and document with a central theme.
    Ex. A book index is an alphabetically arranged list of words or terms leading the reader to the numbers of pages on which specific topics are considered, or on which specific names appear.
    Ex. The locus of government policy making has been shifted to the Ministry of Research and Technology.
    Ex. And, as another instance, it's not fair to employ rubrics for ethnic groups that are not their own, preferred names.
    Ex. The Midwinter Meeting of the American Library Association included various items of business such as: the ALA stand on UNESCO; a new dues schedule; grants; role of school librarians in ALA; new cataloguing tools; and standards.
    Ex. The thread linking these giants is the acknowledgement that libraries exist to serve their users.
    Ex. The question is not how much time we have, but what we do with it and how we utilize it.
    Ex. This is the second revision of the topic areas in as many years.
    Ex. These issues are reviewed more thoroughly in chapter 10.
    ----
    * analizar un tema = explore + theme.
    * biblioteca especializada en temas polares = polar library.
    * biblioteconomía relacionada con los temas de las bibliotecas escolare = school librarianship.
    * cambiando de tema = on another topic, on another matter, on another note, on other matters.
    * centrado en un tema específico = topic-centred.
    * clasificado por temas = classified.
    * de acuerdo con el tema = thematically.
    * debate por tema de interés = breakout discussion.
    * desviarse del tema = go off on + a tangent, go off at + a tangent, wander off + track, wander off + topic, go off + the track, get off + the track.
    * desviarse del tema en cuestión = go off on + another track.
    * desviarse del tema principal = sidetrack.
    * desviarse de un tema temporalmente = go off on + side excursions.
    * divagar sobre varios temas = roam over + topics.
    * editor de temas educativos = educational publisher.
    * el tema de la discusión = the focus of the discussion.
    * el tema del debate = the focus of the discussion.
    * entendido en el tema = knowledgeable.
    * establecer el tema = set + the theme.
    * estar con el tema = be on the topic.
    * estar hablando del tema = be on the topic.
    * estudiar un tema = pursue + subject.
    * evitar temas delicados = eschew + issues.
    * evitar un tema = skirt + issue, tiptoe around + issue.
    * examinar un tema = explore + theme.
    * frase que recoge el tema principal del artículo = topic sentence.
    * grado de coincidencia entre el tema de un documento y el tema de búsqu = topicality.
    * grupo de trabajo por tema de interés = breakout group.
    * interesarse por el tema = enter + the field.
    * mencionar un tema = broach + subject, broach + topic, touch on + a point.
    * número de tema = thematic index number.
    * organizado alrededor de un tema = theme-based.
    * por temas = topically.
    * profundizar sobre un tema = go into + detail.
    * que no tiene que ver con el tema debatido = off-topic.
    * reunión por temas de interés = breakout session.
    * sacar a colación un tema = bring up + topic, bring up + subject.
    * sección de temas locales = local studies department, local studies library, local studies collection.
    * sesión por tema de interés = breakout session.
    * tema candente = hot topic, hot issue, burning issue, burning question, hot potato.
    * tema central = motif.
    * tema clave = key area.
    * tema común = common thread.
    * tema controvertido = vexed issue, vexing issue.
    * tema de actualidad = topical theme, current issue, hot topic.
    * tema de aprovechamiento político = political football.
    * tema de búsqueda = search topic.
    * tema de conversación = talking point.
    * tema de debate = thesis, talking point, subject of debate, discussion topic.
    * tema de discusión = discussion topic.
    * tema de estudio = study area, under study.
    * tema de importancia secundaria = footnote.
    * tema de interés = area of concern, area of enquiry [area of inquiry], area of interest, focus area, issue of concern, topic of interest.
    * tema de investigación = area of enquiry [area of inquiry], research question, research topic.
    * tema delicado = sore subject, sore spot, sore point, sensitive issue, hot potato.
    * tema de preocupación = issue of concern.
    * tema de secundaria importancia = footnote.
    * tema espinoso = sore subject, sore spot, sore point.
    * tema favorito = hobby-horse.
    * tema muerto = dead issue.
    * tema polémico = vexed issue, vexing issue.
    * tema principal = dominant theme, main focus, leitmotif.
    * temas africanos = Africana.
    * temas de actualidad = current affairs.
    * temas de interés de los usuarios = user interests.
    * temas de interés particular = particular concerns.
    * tema sensible = sore subject, sore spot, sore point.
    * tema tratado = aboutness.
    * tocar un tema = touch on + a point.
    * tratar un tema = broach + subject, broach + topic, address + theme, address + topic.
    * tratar un tema conocido = tread + familiar ground.
    * tratar un tema en detalle = go into + detail.
    * * *
    1)
    a) (asunto, cuestión) matter; (de conferencia, composición) topic; ( de examen) subject; (Art, Cin, Lit) subject
    b) (Mús) ( motivo) theme
    2) (Ling) stem
    * * *
    = subject, theme, topic, locus [loci, -pl.], rubric, item of business, thread, question, topic area, issue.

    Ex: What is a subject?.

    Ex: Informative abstracts are appropriate for texts describing experimental work, and document with a central theme.
    Ex: A book index is an alphabetically arranged list of words or terms leading the reader to the numbers of pages on which specific topics are considered, or on which specific names appear.
    Ex: The locus of government policy making has been shifted to the Ministry of Research and Technology.
    Ex: And, as another instance, it's not fair to employ rubrics for ethnic groups that are not their own, preferred names.
    Ex: The Midwinter Meeting of the American Library Association included various items of business such as: the ALA stand on UNESCO; a new dues schedule; grants; role of school librarians in ALA; new cataloguing tools; and standards.
    Ex: The thread linking these giants is the acknowledgement that libraries exist to serve their users.
    Ex: The question is not how much time we have, but what we do with it and how we utilize it.
    Ex: This is the second revision of the topic areas in as many years.
    Ex: These issues are reviewed more thoroughly in chapter 10.
    * analizar un tema = explore + theme.
    * biblioteca especializada en temas polares = polar library.
    * biblioteconomía relacionada con los temas de las bibliotecas escolare = school librarianship.
    * cambiando de tema = on another topic, on another matter, on another note, on other matters.
    * centrado en un tema específico = topic-centred.
    * clasificado por temas = classified.
    * de acuerdo con el tema = thematically.
    * debate por tema de interés = breakout discussion.
    * desviarse del tema = go off on + a tangent, go off at + a tangent, wander off + track, wander off + topic, go off + the track, get off + the track.
    * desviarse del tema en cuestión = go off on + another track.
    * desviarse del tema principal = sidetrack.
    * desviarse de un tema temporalmente = go off on + side excursions.
    * divagar sobre varios temas = roam over + topics.
    * editor de temas educativos = educational publisher.
    * el tema de la discusión = the focus of the discussion.
    * el tema del debate = the focus of the discussion.
    * entendido en el tema = knowledgeable.
    * establecer el tema = set + the theme.
    * estar con el tema = be on the topic.
    * estar hablando del tema = be on the topic.
    * estudiar un tema = pursue + subject.
    * evitar temas delicados = eschew + issues.
    * evitar un tema = skirt + issue, tiptoe around + issue.
    * examinar un tema = explore + theme.
    * frase que recoge el tema principal del artículo = topic sentence.
    * grado de coincidencia entre el tema de un documento y el tema de búsqu = topicality.
    * grupo de trabajo por tema de interés = breakout group.
    * interesarse por el tema = enter + the field.
    * mencionar un tema = broach + subject, broach + topic, touch on + a point.
    * número de tema = thematic index number.
    * organizado alrededor de un tema = theme-based.
    * por temas = topically.
    * profundizar sobre un tema = go into + detail.
    * que no tiene que ver con el tema debatido = off-topic.
    * reunión por temas de interés = breakout session.
    * sacar a colación un tema = bring up + topic, bring up + subject.
    * sección de temas locales = local studies department, local studies library, local studies collection.
    * sesión por tema de interés = breakout session.
    * tema candente = hot topic, hot issue, burning issue, burning question, hot potato.
    * tema central = motif.
    * tema clave = key area.
    * tema común = common thread.
    * tema controvertido = vexed issue, vexing issue.
    * tema de actualidad = topical theme, current issue, hot topic.
    * tema de aprovechamiento político = political football.
    * tema de búsqueda = search topic.
    * tema de conversación = talking point.
    * tema de debate = thesis, talking point, subject of debate, discussion topic.
    * tema de discusión = discussion topic.
    * tema de estudio = study area, under study.
    * tema de importancia secundaria = footnote.
    * tema de interés = area of concern, area of enquiry [area of inquiry], area of interest, focus area, issue of concern, topic of interest.
    * tema de investigación = area of enquiry [area of inquiry], research question, research topic.
    * tema delicado = sore subject, sore spot, sore point, sensitive issue, hot potato.
    * tema de preocupación = issue of concern.
    * tema de secundaria importancia = footnote.
    * tema espinoso = sore subject, sore spot, sore point.
    * tema favorito = hobby-horse.
    * tema muerto = dead issue.
    * tema polémico = vexed issue, vexing issue.
    * tema principal = dominant theme, main focus, leitmotif.
    * temas africanos = Africana.
    * temas de actualidad = current affairs.
    * temas de interés de los usuarios = user interests.
    * temas de interés particular = particular concerns.
    * tema sensible = sore subject, sore spot, sore point.
    * tema tratado = aboutness.
    * tocar un tema = touch on + a point.
    * tratar un tema = broach + subject, broach + topic, address + theme, address + topic.
    * tratar un tema conocido = tread + familiar ground.
    * tratar un tema en detalle = go into + detail.

    * * *
    A
    1 (asunto, materia) subject
    ¿no tienes otro tema de conversación? don't you ever talk about anything else?
    nos estamos alejando del tema we're getting off the subject o point
    procuren ceñirse al tema del debate please try to keep to the point o subject o topic of the discussion
    en el programa se tratan temas de actualidad the program deals with current issues
    el tema de la novela the subject matter of the novel
    hay que preparar 20 temas para el examen you have to prepare 20 subjects o topics for the exam
    2 ( Art, Mús) (motivo) theme
    el tema central de la película the central theme of the film
    B ( Ling) stem
    * * *

     

    Del verbo temer: ( conjugate temer)

    tema es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    tema    
    temer
    tema sustantivo masculino
    a) (asunto, cuestión) matter;

    (de conferencia, composición) topic;
    ( de examen) subject;
    (Art, Cin, Lit) subject;

    tema de conversación topic of conversation;
    cambiar de tema to change the subject
    b) (Mús) ( motivo) theme

    temer ( conjugate temer) verbo transitivocastigo/reacción to fear, dread;
    persona to be afraid of;

    temo ofenderlo I'm afraid of offending him
    verbo intransitivo
    to be afraid;
    no temas don't be afraid
    temerse verbo pronominal


    me temo que tená razón I fear that he was right


    tema sustantivo masculino
    1 (de un libro, una conversación) subject, topic: no cambies de tema, don't change the subject
    2 (de una tesis, clase, conferencia) topic: no me preparé ese tema, I haven't studied that subject
    nos dio una conferencia sobre el tema, he gave us a lecture on the topic
    3 Mús theme
    ♦ Locuciones: familiar (cada uno a lo suyo) cada loco con su tema, each to his/her own
    temer
    I verbo transitivo
    1 (sentir miedo, temor) to fear, be afraid: temo que lo haya oído, I'm afraid she heard it
    sus hijos lo temen, his sons are afraid of him
    2 (tener un presagio, presentir) temíamos que no viniera, we were afraid he wouldn't come
    II verbo intransitivo to be afraid: temo por su vida, I'm afraid for his life ➣ Ver nota en afraid y fear
    ' tema' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abordar
    - acotar
    - adentrarse
    - ahondar
    - apartarse
    - braga
    - capítulo
    - ceñirse
    - circunscribirse
    - concretar
    - desviarse
    - empaparse
    - en
    - enfoque
    - enjuiciar
    - enjundia
    - espinosa
    - espinoso
    - ilustrar
    - jota
    - liosa
    - lioso
    - materia
    - oscuras
    - palpitante
    - particular
    - poca
    - poco
    - rehuir
    - repasar
    - soslayo
    - trabajo
    - actualidad
    - apartar
    - apasionante
    - apasionar
    - cambiar
    - candente
    - ceñir
    - conflictivo
    - conocer
    - controvertido
    - cuanto
    - cuestión
    - dar
    - delicado
    - desarrollar
    - desviar
    - discusión
    - divagar
    English:
    about
    - affair
    - agenda
    - anyhow
    - bring forward
    - bring up
    - central
    - change
    - depart
    - dominant
    - enlarge
    - euthanasia
    - get off
    - get on to
    - get onto
    - go off
    - hobbyhorse
    - ignorance
    - issue
    - motif
    - point
    - stray
    - subject
    - switch
    - talking point
    - theme
    - topic
    - touch on
    - touchy
    - bearing
    - drop
    - get
    - go
    - matter
    - side
    - sore
    - talking
    - track
    - turn
    - whichever
    - wrong
    * * *
    tema nm
    1. [asunto] subject;
    será mejor no sacar/tocar ese tema it would be best not to bring up that subject;
    ¿de qué tema quieres que hablemos? what do you want to talk about?;
    el tema de la película son las drogas the film deals with drugs;
    alejarse o [m5] salirse del tema to wander off the subject;
    cambiar de tema to change the subject;
    Fam
    el tema es que necesita ayuda the fact of the matter is she needs help
    temas de actualidad current affairs;
    tema de conversación talking point, topic of conversation;
    tema espinoso thorny issue
    2. [lección, unidad] topic;
    en el examen entran cinco temas the exam covers five topics
    3. [canción] track, song;
    una versión de un viejo tema a cover of an old song
    4. Mús [melodía básica] theme;
    el tema principal de la suite the main theme of the suite
    5. Ling theme
    * * *
    m de conversación subject, topic; MÚS, de novela theme
    * * *
    tema nm
    1) asunto: theme, topic, subject
    2) motivo: motif, central theme
    * * *
    tema n
    1. (en general) subject
    2. (canción) song

    Spanish-English dictionary > tema

  • 802 tema candente

    m.
    hot- button issue, hot issue, hot button.
    * * *
    (n.) = hot topic, hot issue, burning issue, burning question, hot potato
    Ex. Futurology has become a hot topic in today's world, particularly for managers.
    Ex. The problems of piracy, misappropriation and counterfeiting of intellectual property rights are a hot issue in international trade.
    Ex. Literacy teaching is not a burning issue in library education but it warrants attention.
    Ex. A panel of experts representing the various sectors of the serials industry -- librarians, publishers, and subscription agents -- gave participants the chance to answer a number of burning questions.
    Ex. When you're handed a hot potato such as the sickly economy, as is the case with President Obama, the responsible solution is to let it cool down.
    * * *
    (n.) = hot topic, hot issue, burning issue, burning question, hot potato

    Ex: Futurology has become a hot topic in today's world, particularly for managers.

    Ex: The problems of piracy, misappropriation and counterfeiting of intellectual property rights are a hot issue in international trade.
    Ex: Literacy teaching is not a burning issue in library education but it warrants attention.
    Ex: A panel of experts representing the various sectors of the serials industry -- librarians, publishers, and subscription agents -- gave participants the chance to answer a number of burning questions.
    Ex: When you're handed a hot potato such as the sickly economy, as is the case with President Obama, the responsible solution is to let it cool down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tema candente

  • 803 tema de preocupación

    Ex. Other issues of concern include the various complexities of titles proper of serials and areas of description where the code lacks explicitness.
    * * *

    Ex: Other issues of concern include the various complexities of titles proper of serials and areas of description where the code lacks explicitness.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tema de preocupación

  • 804 tendencioso

    adj.
    tendentious, biased, biasing, one-sided.
    * * *
    1 tendentious, biased
    * * *
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo tendentious
    * * *
    = biased [biassed], loaded, insidious.
    Ex. The documentation concerning indexing is in danger of presenting a biased view of indexing.
    Ex. The author briefly discusses the loaded techno-political issue of micro-informatics technology transfer, and how an international effort could assist in this respect.
    Ex. The view that the 'caring' professions, including librarianship, have of their clients is deeply insidious.
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo tendentious
    * * *
    = biased [biassed], loaded, insidious.

    Ex: The documentation concerning indexing is in danger of presenting a biased view of indexing.

    Ex: The author briefly discusses the loaded techno-political issue of micro-informatics technology transfer, and how an international effort could assist in this respect.
    Ex: The view that the 'caring' professions, including librarianship, have of their clients is deeply insidious.

    * * *
    tendentious
    * * *

    tendencioso,-a adjetivo tendentious
    ' tendencioso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    tendenciosa
    English:
    loaded
    - one-sided
    - biased
    * * *
    tendencioso, -a adj
    tendentious
    * * *
    adj tendentious
    * * *
    tendencioso, -sa adj
    : tendencious, biased

    Spanish-English dictionary > tendencioso

  • 805 tener afinidades

    (v.) = share + common ground
    Ex. The author discusses the extent to which education and librarianship share common ground.
    * * *
    (v.) = share + common ground

    Ex: The author discusses the extent to which education and librarianship share common ground.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener afinidades

  • 806 tener consecuencias

    v.
    to carry consequences, to bring consequences.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + consequences
    Ex. This phenomenon will have serious consequences for the profession of librarianship, or any profession that depends on public funding.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + consequences

    Ex: This phenomenon will have serious consequences for the profession of librarianship, or any profession that depends on public funding.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener consecuencias

  • 807 tener cosas en común

    (v.) = share + common ground
    Ex. The author discusses the extent to which education and librarianship share common ground.
    * * *
    (v.) = share + common ground

    Ex: The author discusses the extent to which education and librarianship share common ground.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener cosas en común

  • 808 tener una gran tradición

    (v.) = have + a long ancestry
    Ex. The proposal reveals that some of the contemporary problems in medical librarianship have a long ancestry.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a long ancestry

    Ex: The proposal reveals that some of the contemporary problems in medical librarianship have a long ancestry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener una gran tradición

  • 809 tener una oportunidad

    (v.) = have + a chance, face + opportunity, get + a head start
    Ex. Without language, the basic and demotic tool, no one would have a chance.
    Ex. There will be a dramatic shakeout in librarianship but information scientists face a great opportunity to develop their skills by the opportunities afforded by the new technology.
    Ex. Just a little bus on wheels but preschoolers get a head start.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a chance, face + opportunity, get + a head start

    Ex: Without language, the basic and demotic tool, no one would have a chance.

    Ex: There will be a dramatic shakeout in librarianship but information scientists face a great opportunity to develop their skills by the opportunities afforded by the new technology.
    Ex: Just a little bus on wheels but preschoolers get a head start.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener una oportunidad

  • 810 tercero (3º)

    Ex. We said that this facet appears third in the citation order.
    ----
    * alumno de tercer año = third grader.
    * alumno de tercer curso = third grader.
    * alumno de tercero = third grader.
    * ciudadano de la tercera edad = senior citizen.
    * cuidados para personas de la tercera edad = elderly care, elder care [eldercare].
    * de tercera = third rate [third-rate].
    * de tercera importancia = tertiary.
    * de tercera mano = third-hand.
    * de tercer año = third-year.
    * de tercer nivel = third-level.
    * de tercer orden = tertiary.
    * en tercer grado = in the third degree.
    * en tercer lugar = thirdly, on the third hand.
    * Fomento de la Biblioteconomía en el Tercer Mundo (ALP) = Advancement of Librarianship in the Third World (ALP).
    * país del tercer mundo = third world country.
    * persona de la tercera edad = elder.
    * personas de la tercera edad, las = elderly, the.
    * tercera edad = third age.
    * tercer mundismo = backwardness.
    * tercer mundo, el = third world, the.
    * tercer país = third country.
    * Tercer Reich, el = Third Reich, the.
    * una tercera parte = one third (1/3), one in three.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tercero (3º)

  • 811 tergiversación

    f.
    misrepresentation, distortion of meaning, distortion, prevarication.
    * * *
    1 distortion, twisting
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino distortion, twisting
    * * *
    = misrepresentation, perversion, whitewashing, distortion.
    Ex. But more to the point, the claim that 2 1/2 million jobs depend on slashing red tape is a misrepresentation of a CBI survey carried out in advance of the UK general election of 1983.
    Ex. In my opinion this approach is incorrect, and the use of computers to speed up and perpetuate outdated systems is a perversion of technology.
    Ex. Critics condemn the whitewashing of African American characters and storylines in daytime television serials.
    Ex. To say, however, that the Library of Congress subject headings and the application of the subject heading list serves no users is a distortion and an exaggeration.
    * * *
    femenino distortion, twisting
    * * *
    = misrepresentation, perversion, whitewashing, distortion.

    Ex: But more to the point, the claim that 2 1/2 million jobs depend on slashing red tape is a misrepresentation of a CBI survey carried out in advance of the UK general election of 1983.

    Ex: In my opinion this approach is incorrect, and the use of computers to speed up and perpetuate outdated systems is a perversion of technology.
    Ex: Critics condemn the whitewashing of African American characters and storylines in daytime television serials.
    Ex: To say, however, that the Library of Congress subject headings and the application of the subject heading list serves no users is a distortion and an exaggeration.

    * * *
    distortion, twisting
    * * *

    tergiversación sustantivo femenino distortion, misrepresentation: lo que han publicado es una tergiversación de sus declaraciones, they've misrepresented his declaration in the published reports
    ' tergiversación' also found in these entries:
    English:
    perversion
    - distortion
    * * *
    distortion
    * * *
    f distortion, twisting
    * * *
    tergiversación nf, pl - ciones : distortion

    Spanish-English dictionary > tergiversación

  • 812 terrible

    adj.
    1 terrible (tremendo).
    2 terrifying.
    * * *
    1 terrible, awful
    * * *
    adj.
    terrible, horrible
    * * *
    ADJ terrible, awful
    * * *
    a) <tortura/experiencia> terrible, horrific
    b) ( uso hiperbólico) terrible
    * * *
    = formidable, harrowing, dreadful, horrendous, redoubtable, terrible, ghastly, excruciating, appalling, god-awful, shattering.
    Ex. 'It's up to you to see that things are done,' she defended herself, somewhat nervous and abashed by his formidable stare.
    Ex. See Michael R. Booth, 'English Melodrama', for further details of this harrowing tale.
    Ex. The same author also wrote the book 'Serials deselection: a dreadful dilemma'.
    Ex. If we were confronted with the alternatives that Mr. Gorman described this morning, it would have been a horrendous undertaking.
    Ex. The city has returned a majority for every Democratic presidential candidate since 1916, when Woodrow Wilson took 65% of the city's vote against the redoubtable Charles Evans Hughes.
    Ex. She had a distant fleeting vision of a workplace in which people acted like free and sensible human beings, instead of like the martyrized and victimized puppets of a terrible system called 'one-upmanship'.
    Ex. True, ghastly additions were made to XML.
    Ex. Loneliness can involve excruciating physical pain as well as harrowing mental suffering.
    Ex. His article, 'The skeleton in the our closet: public libraries art collections suffer appalling losses,' examines the problem of theft and mutilation of art materials in public libraries.
    Ex. The director and deputies deserve the most recognition because they actually had to give up time with their families for the god-awful places we sent them.
    Ex. The death of Scindia was shattering to all of us who knew him.
    ----
    * Atila el Terrible = Tilly the Hun.
    * jaqueca terrible = splitting headache.
    * Terrible, el = Hun, the.
    * terrible experiencia = ordeal.
    * * *
    a) <tortura/experiencia> terrible, horrific
    b) ( uso hiperbólico) terrible
    * * *
    el Terrible
    = Hun, the

    Ex: Mathilda Panopoulos, known as 'Tilly' to her friends and colleagues but usually styled 'Tilly the Hun' or just 'the Hun' by her detractors, is a native of Pritchard.

    = formidable, harrowing, dreadful, horrendous, redoubtable, terrible, ghastly, excruciating, appalling, god-awful, shattering.

    Ex: 'It's up to you to see that things are done,' she defended herself, somewhat nervous and abashed by his formidable stare.

    Ex: See Michael R. Booth, 'English Melodrama', for further details of this harrowing tale.
    Ex: The same author also wrote the book 'Serials deselection: a dreadful dilemma'.
    Ex: If we were confronted with the alternatives that Mr. Gorman described this morning, it would have been a horrendous undertaking.
    Ex: The city has returned a majority for every Democratic presidential candidate since 1916, when Woodrow Wilson took 65% of the city's vote against the redoubtable Charles Evans Hughes.
    Ex: She had a distant fleeting vision of a workplace in which people acted like free and sensible human beings, instead of like the martyrized and victimized puppets of a terrible system called 'one-upmanship'.
    Ex: True, ghastly additions were made to XML.
    Ex: Loneliness can involve excruciating physical pain as well as harrowing mental suffering.
    Ex: His article, 'The skeleton in the our closet: public libraries art collections suffer appalling losses,' examines the problem of theft and mutilation of art materials in public libraries.
    Ex: The director and deputies deserve the most recognition because they actually had to give up time with their families for the god-awful places we sent them.
    Ex: The death of Scindia was shattering to all of us who knew him.
    * Atila el Terrible = Tilly the Hun.
    * jaqueca terrible = splitting headache.
    * Terrible, el = Hun, the.
    * terrible experiencia = ordeal.

    * * *
    1 ‹tortura/experiencia› terrible, horrific
    tengo un sueño terrible I'm terribly tired
    tenía un terrible dolor de muelas she had terrible toothache
    la máquina hace un ruido terrible the machine makes a terrible o dreadful noise
    este niño es terrible, no para quieto this child is terrible, he won't sit still
    * * *

     

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    terrible adjetivo
    a)tortura/experiencia terrible, horrific



    terrible adjetivo
    1 (desagradable) terrible, awful
    2 (intensificador) terrible
    3 (travieso) naughty
    ' terrible' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abominable
    - amanecer
    - campeonato
    - canutas
    - condición
    - demonio
    - diabólica
    - diabólico
    - disgusto
    - espanto
    - estado
    - follón
    - hambruna
    - impresionante
    - infumable
    - lamentable
    - lástima
    - maltrecha
    - maltrecho
    - miedosa
    - miedoso
    - pecho
    - pena
    - penosa
    - penoso
    - pésima
    - pésimo
    - rabiosa
    - rabioso
    - secuela
    - susto
    - tener
    - traer
    - tremebunda
    - tremebundo
    - tremenda
    - tremendo
    - triunfo
    - agobiante
    - antología
    - barbaridad
    - bueno
    - cabreo
    - calamidad
    - cochino
    - endiablado
    - enredo
    - espantoso
    - fatal
    - funesto
    English:
    abominable
    - appalling
    - bad
    - blow
    - carry-on
    - damage
    - dispose
    - doom
    - flap
    - lousy
    - ordeal
    - oversight
    - rotten
    - shocking
    - terrible
    - think back
    - dreadful
    - flirt
    - harrowing
    - horrendous
    - job
    * * *
    1. [malo] terrible;
    la guerra es siempre terrible war is always a terrible thing;
    un año terrible para la economía del país a terrible year for the country's economy;
    este niño es terrible this boy is a terror;
    es terrible no poder hacer nada por ellos it's terrible not to be able to do anything for them
    2. [mucho] terrible;
    tengo un hambre/frío terrible I'm terribly hungry/cold
    * * *
    adj terrible, awful
    * * *
    : terrible, horrible
    * * *
    terrible adj terrible / awful

    Spanish-English dictionary > terrible

  • 813 titulación compuesta de clases y prácticas en empresas

    Ex. The objective is to obtain quantitative and qualitative information on the patterns of careers followed by students who graduated from a 4 year sandwich degree in librarianship.
    * * *

    Ex: The objective is to obtain quantitative and qualitative information on the patterns of careers followed by students who graduated from a 4 year sandwich degree in librarianship.

    Spanish-English dictionary > titulación compuesta de clases y prácticas en empresas

  • 814 titulación formal

    Ex. This article looks at formal degree programmes, certification, the changing needs of medical librarianship regarding continuing education, and lifelong learning.
    * * *

    Ex: This article looks at formal degree programmes, certification, the changing needs of medical librarianship regarding continuing education, and lifelong learning.

    Spanish-English dictionary > titulación formal

  • 815 tonterías

    intj.
    nonsense, hooey, rats, rot.
    f.pl.
    1 nonsense, bunk, baloney, boloney.
    2 stupidity, stupid thing.
    * * *
    (n.) = drivel, nonsense, baloney, blather, piffle, palaver, moonshine, claptrap, buncombe, bunkum, bunk, hogwash
    Ex. The article 'In defense of 'ignorant drivel'' criticises the reforms in scholarly serials publication proposed by John Lubans.
    Ex. Since 'added entry' maps to 'access point' and 'main entry' maps to 'access point', some curious, but harmless non-sense results.
    Ex. The author characterises the strategic plan as baloney carefully crafted to conceal the real problem.
    Ex. The article 'Information science: blather and piffle?' points out that the term 'Information science' is used in a variety of ways often to mean quite different things.
    Ex. The article 'Information science: blather and piffle?' points out that the term 'Information science' is used in a variety of ways often to mean quite different things.
    Ex. To speak the argot, one of the main rules is called 'police palaver' -- never use a short word where a long one will do.
    Ex. He describes as 'pure moonshine' the account that Columbus supposedly failed to persuade professors of mathematics, geography, and astronomy that the world was round.
    Ex. Such antediluvian claptrap has every appearance of using a presumed hurt to military effectiveness as a shield for prejudice.
    Ex. The word ' buncombe,' often misspelled as 'bunkum,' soon came to refer to any sort of spurious or questionable statement.
    Ex. The word 'buncombe,' often misspelled as ' bunkum,' soon came to refer to any sort of spurious or questionable statement.
    Ex. Henry Ford is often quoted as saying 'History is bunk'.
    Ex. The film proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the official story is hogwash and that all the evidence points towards an inside job.
    * * *
    (n.) = drivel, nonsense, baloney, blather, piffle, palaver, moonshine, claptrap, buncombe, bunkum, bunk, hogwash

    Ex: The article 'In defense of 'ignorant drivel'' criticises the reforms in scholarly serials publication proposed by John Lubans.

    Ex: Since 'added entry' maps to 'access point' and 'main entry' maps to 'access point', some curious, but harmless non-sense results.
    Ex: The author characterises the strategic plan as baloney carefully crafted to conceal the real problem.
    Ex: The article 'Information science: blather and piffle?' points out that the term 'Information science' is used in a variety of ways often to mean quite different things.
    Ex: The article 'Information science: blather and piffle?' points out that the term 'Information science' is used in a variety of ways often to mean quite different things.
    Ex: To speak the argot, one of the main rules is called 'police palaver' -- never use a short word where a long one will do.
    Ex: He describes as 'pure moonshine' the account that Columbus supposedly failed to persuade professors of mathematics, geography, and astronomy that the world was round.
    Ex: Such antediluvian claptrap has every appearance of using a presumed hurt to military effectiveness as a shield for prejudice.
    Ex: The word ' buncombe,' often misspelled as 'bunkum,' soon came to refer to any sort of spurious or questionable statement.
    Ex: The word 'buncombe,' often misspelled as ' bunkum,' soon came to refer to any sort of spurious or questionable statement.
    Ex: Henry Ford is often quoted as saying 'History is bunk'.
    Ex: The film proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that the official story is hogwash and that all the evidence points towards an inside job.

    * * *
    tonterías npl nonsense

    Spanish-English dictionary > tonterías

  • 816 trabajar en

    v.
    1 to work at, to work in, to be at work on.
    Ellos trabajan en la fábrica They work at the factory.
    2 to work on.
    María trabaja en el proyecto Mary works on the project.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + a life's work of
    Ex. For librarianship students not intending to make a life's work of official publications the problem is to teach an awareness that they are not necessarily highly specialist materials of restricted interest.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + a life's work of

    Ex: For librarianship students not intending to make a life's work of official publications the problem is to teach an awareness that they are not necessarily highly specialist materials of restricted interest.

    Spanish-English dictionary > trabajar en

  • 817 trabajo de referencia

    Ex. But librarianship is a multi-disciplinary study, and reference work, though squarely based on systematic bibliography, owes more than most aspects of librarianship to other disciplines.
    * * *

    Ex: But librarianship is a multi-disciplinary study, and reference work, though squarely based on systematic bibliography, owes more than most aspects of librarianship to other disciplines.

    Spanish-English dictionary > trabajo de referencia

  • 818 trabajo1

    1 = employment, endeavour [endeavor, -USA], job, labour [labor, -USA], leg work, occupation, task, work, working environment, workload [work load], pursuit, workmanship, footwork, handwork, professional position, working practice, pursuit in life, handiwork, lifework, line of business, toil, industry.
    Ex. Under WOMEN -- EMPLOYMENT, for instance, are listed works on the health and safety hazards of employment, the wages of employment, the problems of mothers, married and/or single women and employment, and so on.
    Ex. Eventually, it came to be recognized that the Classification Research Group's endeavours might be pertinent to the problem of alphabetical indexing.
    Ex. To ease the cataloguer's job and save him the trouble of counting characters, DOBIS/LIBIS uses a special function.
    Ex. An editor is a person who prepares for publication an item not his own and whose labour may be limited to the preparation of the item for the manufacturer.
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS may replace the typewriter, the catalog card, and much leg work, but it cannot replace the decision-making capabilities of the library staff.
    Ex. Headings such as SALESMEN AND SALESMANSHIP and FIREMEN, since they are assigned to works covering the activities of both men and women in these occupations, are not specific.
    Ex. Further, menu screens will be necessary until the user has specified the task that he wishes executed or the information that he wishes to retrieve sufficiently for execution or retrieval to be effected.
    Ex. The Classification Research Group (CRG) has been a major force in the development of classification theory, and has made a major contribution towards work on a new general classification scheme.
    Ex. This article examines the various features now available on copiers and comments on the usefulness in a working environment.
    Ex. Each of these changes, if we were to deal with them in an adequate manner, create severe workload problems for the cataloging department.
    Ex. What is more arguable is whether or not it is a bibliographical pursuit at all since it bears little relationship to the physical nature of the book.
    Ex. William R Lethaby, the architect who had Westminster Abbey in his charge for over twenty years, once said 'Art is thoughtful workmanship'.
    Ex. If we decide to take on making up a subject file there'd be a lot of footwork even if we use that list as a basis = Si decidimos aceptar crear un fichero ordenado por materias habría mucho trabajo incluso si usamos esta lista como base.
    Ex. The newspaper's suppression after the first issue was not, as some historians have declared, the handwork of Massachusetts' Puritan clergy = La supresión del periódico después de su primer número no fue, como algunos historiadores han declarado, por la intervención del clero puritano de Massachussetts.
    Ex. In virtually all of her professional positions she has been involved with the handling of documents.
    Ex. While many believe that print on paper will never die, new formats are already changing working practice in many spheres.
    Ex. People who are blind, regardless of their pursuit in life, will not have access to current information, books, learning, or education opportunities unless all libraries and blindness organizations agree to work together.
    Ex. Rather than bringing in butchers to do the handiwork of his dissections, Vesalius himself worked on the human cadavers and said that students of medicine should do the same.
    Ex. This is an eloquent, moving testament to the lifework of a major artist of unimpeachable technique and passion.
    Ex. The computer people are muscling in on our line of business and we can't stop them.
    Ex. Furthermore, the computer can be used, and is already being used, to eliminate drudgery, busywork, and useless toil in library systems.
    Ex. In fact, the terms of the contrast are highly ambivalent: order vs. anarchy, liberty vs. despotism, or industry vs. sloth, and also dissimulation vs. honesty.
    ----
    * acoso en el trabajo = workplace mobbing.
    * agenda de trabajo = work agenda.
    * agobiado de trabajo = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in work.
    * ahorrar el trabajo de = save + effort in.
    * almuerzo de trabajo = work luncheon.
    * ámbito de trabajo = field of endeavour.
    * amor al trabajo = love of work.
    * ansiedad en el trabajo = job anxiety, work anxiety.
    * anterior al trabajo = pre-service.
    * anuncio de trabajo = help wanted ad, help wanted notice.
    * anuncios de trabajo = help-wanted advertising.
    * año de trabajo = man year.
    * ascender en el trabajo = step up + the career ladder.
    * ascenso en el trabajo = job promotion.
    * aspirar a un puesto de trabajo = aspire to + position.
    * asunto relacionado con el trabajo = work-related issue.
    * avanzar en + Posesivo + trabajo = advance + Posesivo + work, advance + Posesivo + work.
    * basado en el trabajo en equipo = team-based.
    * bibliografía de trabajo = working bibliography.
    * biblioteconomía especializada en el trabajo de referencia = reference librarianship.
    * bolsa de trabajo = labour exchange, job opportunities, employment bureau, employment centre, employment opportunity, job centre, job pool.
    * borrador de trabajo = working paper.
    * buscador de trabajo = job applicant, job seeker.
    * buscar trabajo = seek + employment.
    * buscar trabajo en la calle = work + the streets.
    * campo de trabajo = field of endeavour.
    * campo de trabajos forzados = labour camp, forced labour camp.
    * cantidad de trabajo = workload [work load].
    * carga de trabajo = workload [work load].
    * centro de trabajo = workplace.
    * cobrar en un trabajo = job + pay.
    * comenzar el turno de trabajo = go on + duty.
    * comida de trabajo = business meal, professional meal.
    * compañero de trabajo = co-worker [coworker], male colleague, work colleague, fellow worker.
    * complementos del trabajo = fringe benefits, fringes.
    * conciliación del trabajo y la familia = reconciliation of work and family.
    * con demasiado trabajo = overworked.
    * condiciones del contrato de trabajo = terms of employment.
    * condiciones de trabajo = working conditions.
    * con mucho trabajo = painfully.
    * conseguir un puesto de trabajo = obtain + position.
    * conseguir un trabajo = enter + job, land + job.
    * con trabajo = in post.
    * contratar al primero que solicita el trabajo = hire on a first-come, first-take basis.
    * contrato de trabajo = contract position.
    * conversación de trabajo = shop talk.
    * costar mucho trabajo = have + a tough time, have + a hard time.
    * costar trabajo = have + Posesivo + work cut out for + Pronombre, have + Posesivo + job cut out for + Pronombre.
    * cualquier trabajo temporal = casual job.
    * cubrir un puesto de trabajo = fill + position.
    * cuestión relacionada con el trabajo = work-related issue.
    * dar permiso en el trabajo = give + time off work.
    * dar trabajo = present + burden.
    * dedicar trabajo = expend + effort.
    * definición de trabajo = working definition.
    * dejar a Alguien sin trabajo = put + Nombre + out of work.
    * dejar el puesto de trabajo = resign from + Posesivo + post.
    * dejar el trabajo = resign from + Posesivo + post, quit + Posesivo + job, jump + ship.
    * dejar sin trabajo = put + Nombre + out of work.
    * dejar un puesto de trabajo = resign from + Posesivo + position.
    * dejar un trabajo = quit, resign + Posesivo + post.
    * denominación del puesto de trabajo = job title, occupational title.
    * dentro del mismo trabajo = intraoccupational.
    * derecho del trabajo = employment law.
    * desarrollar + Posesivo + trabajo = advance + Posesivo + work.
    * desarrollar un plan de trabajo = develop + agenda.
    * descripción del puesto de trabajo = job description, position description, job profile.
    * desempeñar un trabajo = exercise + work.
    * despedir del trabajo = make + redundant.
    * después del horario de trabajo = after hours [after-hours].
    * de trabajo = working.
    * día del trabajo = Labour Day.
    * día de trabajo = working day.
    * día internacional del trabajo = Labour Day.
    * diario automático de trabajo = time log.
    * dignidad del trabajo = dignity of work.
    * dinámica de trabajo = workflow [work flow].
    * distribución del trabajo = workflow [work flow].
    * distribuir el trabajo = spread + the load.
    * división del trabajo = division of labour.
    * documento de trabajo = working document, working draft.
    * eficacia en el trabajo = quality of service.
    * elaborar un plan de trabajo = develop + agenda.
    * eliminar puestos de trabajo = shed + jobs, axe + jobs, cut + jobs.
    * empresa de trabajo = industrial affiliation.
    * encomendar un trabajo a Alguien = assign + job.
    * encontrar trabajo = find + a job.
    * encontrar trabajo en una biblioteca = join + library.
    * en el horario de trabajo = on company time.
    * en el trabajo = on-the-job, at work.
    * enseñanza antes de empezar el trabajo = pre-service education.
    * enseñanza en el trabajo = in-service education.
    * entorno de trabajo = working environment, work environment.
    * entrevista de trabajo = job interview.
    * equipo de trabajo = study team, project team, work team.
    * esclavo del trabajo = workaholic.
    * escribir un trabajo = write + essay.
    * espacio de trabajo = workspace.
    * específico de un trabajo concreto = job-specific.
    * estación de trabajo = workstation [work station], desktop workstation.
    * estación de trabajo remota = outstation.
    * estadía de trabajo = work visit.
    * estar mareado de tanto trabajo = be reeling.
    * estar relacionado con el trabajo = be work related.
    * estar saturado de trabajo = work to + capacity.
    * estar sin trabajo = stay out of + work.
    * estrategia que ahorra trabajo = labour saver.
    * estrés en el trabajo = job stress.
    * evaluar el rendimiento en el trabajo = evaluate + work performance.
    * excedencia en el trabajo = leave of absence.
    * ficha de trabajo = worksheet, project worksheet.
    * formación continua en el trabajo = workplace training, workplace learning.
    * formación en el trabajo = in-service training, in-service education, in-service, on-the-job training, in-service support.
    * funciones del puesto de trabajo = position + entail + duty.
    * grupo de trabajo = study group, study team, task force, working party, task group, research group, working group, project team.
    * grupo de trabajo por tema de interés = breakout group.
    * guía de trabajo = working guide.
    * hábito de trabajo = work habit, working habit.
    * hablar del trabajo = talk + shop.
    * hacer + Posesivo + trabajo = get on with + Posesivo + work.
    * hacer (todo) el trabajo pesado = do (all) + the donkey work.
    * hacer un buen trabajo = do + a good job.
    * hacer un trabajo = do + work, do + job.
    * hacer un trabajo sobre = do + a project about.
    * hasta aquí de trabajo = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in work.
    * hasta el cuello de trabajo = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in work.
    * herramienta de trabajo = tool, tool.
    * hora de trabajo = man-hour.
    * horario de trabajo = hours of operation, working hours, work hours.
    * horario intenso de trabajo = long hours, the.
    * horarios de trabajo demasiado cargados = over-long hours.
    * igualdad de oportunidad en el trabajo = equal employment opportunity.
    * igualdad de retribución por un trabajo de valor comparable = equal pay for comparable work.
    * igualdad de retribución por un trabajo de igual valor = equal pay for equal work.
    * incentivo en el trabajo = work incentive, labour incentive.
    * indicador del trabajo realizado = workload indicator.
    * intercambio de puestos de trabajo = job exchange.
    * jornada de trabajo = workshop.
    * liberar del exceso de trabajo = relieve + overload.
    * liberar de trabajo = relieve + pressure.
    * línea de trabajo = line of work.
    * llamar al trabajo para excusarse por enfermedad = call in + sick.
    * llegar tarde al trabajo = be late for work.
    * lugar de trabajo = affiliation, institutional affiliation, working environment, workplace, place of work, worksite [work site], home institution.
    * lugar de trabajo del autor = author affiliation.
    * magistratura del trabajo = industrial tribunal.
    * marco de trabajo = framework.
    * medida de seguridad e higiene en el trabajo = health and safety standard.
    * memoria de trabajo = working memory.
    * mercado de trabajo = labour market, job market.
    * mercado de trabajo, el = employment market, the.
    * mesa de trabajo = desk, study table.
    * método de trabajo = working method.
    * Ministerio de Trabajo = Department of Labor.
    * modelo de trabajo = working model, business model.
    * mucho trabajo = hard graft.
    * negligente en el trabajo = malpractitioner.
    * neurosis producida por el trabajo = occupational neurosis.
    * NISTF (Grupo de Trabajo sobre los Sistemas Nacionales de Información de la A = NISTF (Society of American Archivists National Information Systems Task Force).
    * no perder el trabajo = stay in + work.
    * norma de trabajo = working rule.
    * no tener trabajo = be unemployed.
    * obtener un puesto de trabajo = obtain + position.
    * ocupar un puesto de trabajo = assume + position, take up + post, hold + post.
    * oferta de trabajo = job advertisement, job offer, help wanted ad, help wanted notice.
    * ofertas de trabajo = help-wanted advertising.
    * oportunidad de trabajo = career opportunity.
    * organización del trabajo = workflow [work flow], working arrangement.
    * paquete de trabajo = workpackage.
    * para trabajos pesados = heavy-duty.
    * pérdida de puestos de trabajo = squeeze on jobs.
    * permiso de trabajo = work permit.
    * permuta de trabajo = job exchange.
    * persona encargada de hacer los trabajos sucios = hatchetman.
    * persona obsesiva con el trabajo = workoholic [workholic], workaholic.
    * persona que asigna el trabajo = assigner.
    * persona que deja un trabajo = leaver.
    * persona que reparte el trabajo = assigner.
    * personas sin trabajo remunerado, los = unwaged, the.
    * plan de trabajo = research agenda, work plan, working plan, work schedule.
    * política de trabajo = policy.
    * postura exigida por el trabajo = work posture.
    * proceso de trabajo = work process.
    * programa de formación en el trabajo = in-service training program(me).
    * programa de trabajo = work schedule.
    * programa de trabajo como interno residente = residency.
    * promoción en el trabajo = job promotion.
    * propuesta de trabajo = project proposal.
    * proyecto de trabajo = work project.
    * puente de trabajo = catwalk.
    * puesto de trabajo = appointment, position, post, opening, career path, professional position, position held.
    * puesto de trabajo de libre designación = line position.
    * puesto de trabajo ocupado = position held.
    * puestos de trabajo ocupados = positions held.
    * quitar puestos de trabajo = shed + jobs, axe + jobs, cut + jobs.
    * realizar el trabajo = get + Posesivo + work done.
    * realizar + Posesivo + trabajo = advance + Posesivo + work.
    * realizar un trabajo = perform + work, undertake + work.
    * realizar un trabajo monótono = have + Posesivo + nose to the grindstone.
    * red de trabajo = peer-to-peer network.
    * relacionado con el trabajo = job-related, work-related.
    * relación de trabajo = working relation, working relationship, work relationship, work relation.
    * relativo al trabajo = occupational.
    * rendimiento en el trabajo = work performance.
    * reunión de trabajo = business meeting, business session.
    * ropa de trabajo = work clothes.
    * rutina de trabajo = work process.
    * sala de trabajo = workroom.
    * salir del trabajo = clock off + work.
    * salud en el trabajo = occupational health.
    * satisfacción en el trabajo = job satisfaction, work satisfaction.
    * segregación en el trabajo = job segregation, employment segregation.
    * seguridad en el trabajo = safety at work, occupational safety.
    * sesión de trabajo = work session, working session.
    * sicología del trabajo = occupational psychology.
    * sin trabajo = jobless.
    * sobrecargado de trabajo = overworked.
    * sociología del trabajo = sociology of work.
    * soliciante de trabajo = job applicant.
    * solicitud de trabajo = job application.
    * superficie de trabajo = working surface, work surface.
    * taller de trabajo = workshop, study school.
    * taller de trabajo esclavo = sweatshop.
    * taller de trabajo sobre composición = writing workshop.
    * tener trabajo para rato = have + Posesivo + work cut out for + Pronombre, have + Posesivo + job cut out for + Pronombre.
    * tener un segundo trabajo = moonlight, work + a second job.
    * tener un trabajo = hold down + job.
    * tener un trabajo remunerado = be gainfully employed.
    * tener un trabajo retribuido = be gainfully employed.
    * tensión en el trabajo = job stress.
    * tensión producida por el trabajo = occupational stress.
    * terminar turno de trabajo = come off + duty.
    * toda una vida de trabajo = a lifetime of work.
    * tomarse excedencia en el trabajo = take + leave from + employment.
    * tomarse + Expresión Temporal + de permiso en el trabajo = take + Expresión Temporal + off, have + Expresión Temporal + off work.
    * tomarse unos días de permiso en el trabajo = take + time off work.
    * tomarse unos días de permiso en el trabajo = take + time off, take + time out.
    * trabajo académico = academic work.
    * trabajo a destajo = piecework.
    * trabajo a distancia = telecommuting, teleworking, telework.
    * trabajo administrativo de apoyo = clerical work.
    * trabajo a medias = job share.
    * trabajo artesanal = craftsmanship.
    * trabajo a tiempo parcial = part-time work, part-time employment, part-time job.
    * trabajo atípico = atypical work.
    * trabajo autónomo = self-employment.
    * trabajo bibliográfico = bibliographic work.
    * trabajo bibliotecario = library work.
    * trabajo burocrático = paper-keeping.
    * trabajo científico = scientific work, scholarly work.
    * trabajo compartido = job sharing.
    * trabajo complicado = major exercise.
    * trabajo con documentación automatizada = computer-based information work.
    * trabajo conjunto = interworking.
    * trabajo con ordenador = computer work.
    * trabajo cotidiano = daily work.
    * trabajo creativo = creative work.
    * trabajo de alfabetización = literacy work.
    * trabajo de apoyo = escort work.
    * trabajo de calidad = best practices, lessons learned [lessons learnt].
    * trabajo de campo = fieldwork [field work].
    * trabajo de catalogación = cataloguing work.
    * trabajo de chinos = fiddly [fiddlier -comp., fiddliest -sup.].
    * trabajo de clase = term paper, coursework [course work], term project, homework.
    * trabajo de detective = sleuthing.
    * trabajo de escolta = escort work.
    * trabajo de impresión = bookwork.
    * trabajo de impresión de material efímero = ephemeral jobbing.
    * trabajo de información y de las bibliotecas = library and information work.
    * trabajo de investigación = investigative work, research paper, research work.
    * trabajo de la casa = housework.
    * trabajo de menores = child labour.
    * trabajo de poca monta = odd-job.
    * trabajo de préstamo de servicios = service job.
    * trabajo de referencia = reference work.
    * trabajo desinteresado = labour of love.
    * trabajo detectivesco = sleuthing.
    * trabajo de toda una vida = life's work, lifework.
    * trabajo diario = day's work, daily work.
    * trabajo doméstico = domestic duty, domestic work, domestic task.
    * trabajo duro = hard labour, thirsty work, hard work.
    * trabajo duro, mucho trabajo = hard graft.
    * trabajo editorial = editorship.
    * trabajo en archivística = archives work.
    * trabajo en colaboración = interworking.
    * trabajo en común = interworking.
    * trabajo en curso = work in progress.
    * trabajo en equipo = teamwork, collaborative teamwork, team management.
    * trabajo en red = networking.
    * trabajo en sucio = rough work.
    * trabajo entre manos, el = work at hand, the.
    * trabajo eventual = jobbing.
    * trabajo físico = physical work.
    * trabajo improductivo = busywork.
    * trabajo individual = independent study, self-study.
    * trabajo infantil = child labour, child work.
    * trabajo ininterrumpido = continuous work.
    * trabajo manual = craft, craft activity, handiwork, manual labour.
    * trabajo monótono = drudge work, drudgery.
    * trabajo + no faltar = have + Posesivo + work cut out for + Pronombre, have + Posesivo + job cut out for + Pronombre.
    * trabajo no remunerado = unpaid work, unremunerated work.
    * trabajo pesado = grind, grinding, donkey work.
    * trabajo por cuenta propia = self-employment.
    * trabajo por libre = freelance [free-lance].
    * trabajo por + Posesivo + cuenta = freelance [free-lance].
    * trabajo por turnos = shift work.
    * trabajo práctico = fieldwork [field work], practical work.
    * trabajo preliminar = groundwork, legwork, spadework [spade work].
    * trabajo previo = groundwork, spadework [spade work].
    * trabajo remunerado = work-for-hire, paid work, paid labour.
    * trabajo rutinario = chore, routine work, mundane task.
    * trabajos = life's work.
    * trabajos de impresión de material efímero = jobbing work.
    * trabajos de rescate = rescue work.
    * trabajos forzados = forced labour, hard labour.
    * trabajo social = social work.
    * trabajo sucio = dirty work.
    * trabajo sumergido = informal work.
    * trabajo temporal = temporary job, casual job.
    * trabajo urgente = hurried work, rush job.
    * trabajo y esfuerzo = toil and trouble.
    * turno de trabajo de atención al usuario = desk duty.
    * un trabajo bien hecho = a job well done.
    * uso compartido de mesas de trabajo = hot desking.
    * útil de trabajo = tool.
    * vida en el trabajo = job life.
    * visita de trabajo = field trip.

    Spanish-English dictionary > trabajo1

  • 819 traer consecuencias

    v.
    to carry consequences, to backfire, to boomerang, to bring consequences.
    * * *
    to have serious consequences
    * * *
    (v.) = have + consequences
    Ex. This phenomenon will have serious consequences for the profession of librarianship, or any profession that depends on public funding.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + consequences

    Ex: This phenomenon will have serious consequences for the profession of librarianship, or any profession that depends on public funding.

    Spanish-English dictionary > traer consecuencias

  • 820 transfusión

    f.
    transfusion.
    * * *
    1 transfusion
    \
    transfusión de sangre blood transfusion
    * * *

    transfusión de sangre, transfusión sanguínea — blood transfusion

    * * *
    femenino transfusion
    * * *
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The influx of Ph.D.s into librarianship: intrusion or transfusion?'.
    ----
    * transfusión de sangre = blood transfer, blood transfusion.
    * * *
    femenino transfusion
    * * *

    Ex: The article is entitled 'The influx of Ph.D.s into librarianship: intrusion or transfusion?'.

    * transfusión de sangre = blood transfer, blood transfusion.

    * * *
    transfusion
    le hicieron una transfusión de sangre they gave him a blood transfusion
    transfusión (de sangre) homóloga tranfusion of homologous blood o of blood from a different person
    transfusión (de sangre) autóloga transfusion of autologous blood o of the patient’s own blood
    * * *

    transfusión sustantivo femenino
    transfusion;

    transfusión sustantivo femenino transfusion

    ' transfusión' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    trasfusión
    - sangre
    English:
    transfusion
    - blood
    * * *
    transfusión, trasfusión nf
    transfusion;
    le hicieron una transfusión de sangre o [m5] sanguínea they gave him a blood transfusion
    * * *
    f
    :
    transfusión (de sangre) (blood) transfusion
    * * *
    transfusión nf, pl - siones : transfusion

    Spanish-English dictionary > transfusión

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