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  • 861 embarazo de adolescentes

    Ex. Statistics show black family life to be an appalling concoction of poverty, shooting and rampant teenage pregnancy.
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    Ex: Statistics show black family life to be an appalling concoction of poverty, shooting and rampant teenage pregnancy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > embarazo de adolescentes

  • 862 embarazo de menores

    Ex. Statistics show black family life to be an appalling concoction of poverty, shooting and rampant teenage pregnancy.
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    Ex: Statistics show black family life to be an appalling concoction of poverty, shooting and rampant teenage pregnancy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > embarazo de menores

  • 863 embarazo precoz

    Ex. Statistics show black family life to be an appalling concoction of poverty, shooting and rampant teenage pregnancy.
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    Ex: Statistics show black family life to be an appalling concoction of poverty, shooting and rampant teenage pregnancy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > embarazo precoz

  • 864 embrollado

    adj.
    complicated, tangled, confused, convolute.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: embrollar.
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    1→ link=embrollar embrollar
    1 confused, muddled
    * * *
    = afoul.
    Ex. Dan, who had known from the start that things were afoul, demanded that officer show him their IDs.
    * * *

    Ex: Dan, who had known from the start that things were afoul, demanded that officer show him their IDs.

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    embrollado, -a adj
    [asunto, situación] complicated, confused; [historia, explicación] involved, complicated; [teoría] complicated

    Spanish-English dictionary > embrollado

  • 865 embustero2

    2 = deceitful, mendacious, lying.
    Ex. Again, on the matter of the sources already consulted by the enquirer, the implication is not that he is unreliable or deceitful, but that in looking up the Encyclopedia Americana he may not be aware of the existence of the index.
    Ex. I love movies like that -- where slowly, gradually, bit by bit, all the characters realize that the villain was really disastrously mendacious and criminal.
    Ex. The board clearly didn't care if its commissioner was a lowdown, lying, corrupt and untrustworthy creep, likely because that is the nature of the entire organization.

    Spanish-English dictionary > embustero2

  • 866 emitir

    v.
    1 to emit (rayos, calor, sonidos).
    El aparato emite sonidos horribles The apparatus emits horrible sounds.
    2 to issue (moneda, sellos, bonos).
    3 to express (expresar) (juicio, opinión).
    4 to broadcast (radio & television).
    La estación emite las noticias The station broadcasts the news.
    * * *
    1 (sonido, luz) to emit; (olor) to give off
    2 (manifestar) to express
    3 (bonos, monedas, sellos) to issue
    4 RADIO TELEVISIÓN to broadcast, transmit
    1 RADIO TELEVISIÓN to transmit
    \
    emitir un fallo DERECHO to pronounce judgement
    emitir un juicio to express an opinion
    emitir una sentencia DERECHO to pass sentence
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    verb
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    1. VT
    1) [+ sonido, olor] to emit, give off, give out
    2) (Econ) [+ dinero, sellos, bonos] to issue; [+ dinero falso] to circulate; [+ préstamo] to grant, give
    3) (=expresar) [+ opinión] to express; [+ veredicto] to return, issue, give; [+ voto] to cast
    4) (Radio, TV) to broadcast; [+ señal] to send out
    2.
    See:
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    verbo transitivo <sonido/luz/señal> to emit, give out; <acciones/sellos> to issue; < programa> to broadcast; < película> to show; < comunicado> to issue; < veredicto> to deliver, announce; < voto> to cast
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    = emit, give out, issue, air, vent, give off, billow out, spout.
    Ex. A girl stroked its keys and it emitted recognizable speech.
    Ex. Similarly, equipment such as this can often give out quite a lot of heat which has to be adequately dissipated.
    Ex. Once a user is registered, a password will be issued which provides access to all or most of the data bases offered by the host as and when the user wishes.
    Ex. Because TV had very few channels the value of TV was very high so only things of very broad interest could be aired on those few channels.
    Ex. Mount Etna in Sicily is currently venting white steam clouds.
    Ex. Once the fronds have given off their spores, they die and can be cut back.
    Ex. Nearly everyone has seen a factory's smokestack billowing out black sooty smoke that dirties the air and blackens buildings.
    Ex. The weather cleared enough that we could get in to the volcanic islands (still spouting plumes of smoke) by copter in safety.
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    * emitir fluorescencias = fluoresce, fluoresce.
    * emitir gases = gas.
    * emitir luz = emit + light.
    * emitir + Posesivo + voto = cast + Posesivo + vote.
    * emitir una señal = beam + signal, emit + signal.
    * emitir un informe = issue + statement.
    * emitir un juicio de valor = exercise + value judgment, pass + value judgement.
    * emitir un pitido = beep, bleep.
    * emitir un sonido = emit + sound.
    * emitir un voto = cast + ballot, take + vote.
    * gesticular palabras con la boca sin emitir sonido = mouth.
    * sin emitir humo = smokeless.
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    verbo transitivo <sonido/luz/señal> to emit, give out; <acciones/sellos> to issue; < programa> to broadcast; < película> to show; < comunicado> to issue; < veredicto> to deliver, announce; < voto> to cast
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    = emit, give out, issue, air, vent, give off, billow out, spout.

    Ex: A girl stroked its keys and it emitted recognizable speech.

    Ex: Similarly, equipment such as this can often give out quite a lot of heat which has to be adequately dissipated.
    Ex: Once a user is registered, a password will be issued which provides access to all or most of the data bases offered by the host as and when the user wishes.
    Ex: Because TV had very few channels the value of TV was very high so only things of very broad interest could be aired on those few channels.
    Ex: Mount Etna in Sicily is currently venting white steam clouds.
    Ex: Once the fronds have given off their spores, they die and can be cut back.
    Ex: Nearly everyone has seen a factory's smokestack billowing out black sooty smoke that dirties the air and blackens buildings.
    Ex: The weather cleared enough that we could get in to the volcanic islands (still spouting plumes of smoke) by copter in safety.
    * emitir fluorescencias = fluoresce, fluoresce.
    * emitir gases = gas.
    * emitir luz = emit + light.
    * emitir + Posesivo + voto = cast + Posesivo + vote.
    * emitir una señal = beam + signal, emit + signal.
    * emitir un informe = issue + statement.
    * emitir un juicio de valor = exercise + value judgment, pass + value judgement.
    * emitir un pitido = beep, bleep.
    * emitir un sonido = emit + sound.
    * emitir un voto = cast + ballot, take + vote.
    * gesticular palabras con la boca sin emitir sonido = mouth.
    * sin emitir humo = smokeless.

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    emitir [I1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹sonido/luz/señal› to emit, give out
    2 ‹acciones/bonos/sellos› to issue
    3 ( Telec) ‹película/programa› to broadcast
    emitir en abierto to broadcast free-to-air
    4 ‹comunicado› to issue; ‹veredicto› to deliver, announce, hand down ( AmE)
    5 ‹voto› to cast
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    emitir ( conjugate emitir) verbo transitivosonido/luz/señal to emit, give out;
    acciones/sellos/comunicado to issue;
    programa to broadcast;
    película to show;
    veredicto to deliver, announce;
    voto to cast
    emitir verbo transitivo
    1 to emit, send out
    (un sonido inarticulado) to emit
    (una señal sonora) to beep
    2 (un parecer, una opinión) to express
    (un veredicto) to bring in
    3 (moneda, papel oficial) to issue
    4 Rad TV to broadcast: emitirán en directo la final del campeonato, they'll broadcast the championship final live
    ' emitir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    brillar
    - chillar
    - parecer
    English:
    broadcast
    - cast
    - discharge
    - emit
    - float
    - give off
    - issue
    - judgement
    - judgment
    - pass
    - return
    - send out
    - shed
    - air
    - bleep
    - deliver
    - give
    - poll
    - screen
    - send
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    vt
    1. [rayos, calor, sonido] to emit;
    [gases, humos, dioxinas] to emit, to give off
    2. [monedas, sellos, acciones] to issue
    3. [programa de radio o TV] to broadcast
    4. [juicio, opinión] to express;
    [veredicto] to return, to give; [sentencia] to pronounce; [comunicado, manifiesto] to issue; [voto] to cast;
    el fallo emitido por el jurado the jury's decision
    vi
    to broadcast
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    v/t
    1 calor, sonido give out, emit
    2 moneda issue
    3 opinión express, give; veredicto deliver
    4 RAD, TV broadcast
    5 voto cast
    * * *
    emitir vt
    1) : to emit, to give off
    2) : to broadcast
    3) : to issue
    4) : to cast (a vote)
    * * *
    emitir vb
    1. (programa) to broadcast [pt. & pp. broadcast]
    2. (billetes, sellos) to issue
    3. (gases, calor, luz, ruido) to give out [pt. gave; pp. given]

    Spanish-English dictionary > emitir

  • 867 emocionar

    v.
    1 to move.
    2 to thrill, to excite.
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    1 (conmover) to move, touch
    2 (excitar) to excite, thrill
    1 (conmoverse) to be moved, be touched
    2 (excitarse) to get excited
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    verb
    1) to excite, thrill
    2) move, touch
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    1.
    VT (=excitar) to excite, thrill; (=conmover) to move, touch
    2.
    See:
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    1.
    verbo transitivo to move, affect
    2.
    emocionarse v pron ( conmoverse) to be moved; ( entusiasmarse) to get excited
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    = thrill, wow.
    Ex. The abundance of information on the World Wide Web has thrilled some, but frightened others.
    Ex. He makes science easy to understand and ' wows' the reader with terrific examples of how modern genetic research is lifting the curtain on human history.
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    1.
    verbo transitivo to move, affect
    2.
    emocionarse v pron ( conmoverse) to be moved; ( entusiasmarse) to get excited
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    = thrill, wow.

    Ex: The abundance of information on the World Wide Web has thrilled some, but frightened others.

    Ex: He makes science easy to understand and ' wows' the reader with terrific examples of how modern genetic research is lifting the curtain on human history.

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    emocionar [A1 ]
    vt
    to move, affect
    1 (conmoverse) to be moved
    2 (entusiasmarse) to get excited
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    emocionar ( conjugate emocionar) verbo transitivo
    to move, affect
    emocionarse verbo pronominal ( conmoverse) to be moved;
    ( entusiasmarse) to get excited
    emocionar verbo transitivo
    1 (causar emoción) to move, touch
    2 (ilusionar) to excite, thrill
    ' emocionar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conmover
    English:
    affect
    - excite
    - move
    - thrill
    - touch
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    vt
    1. [conmover] to move
    2. [excitar, apasionar] to thrill, to excite
    * * *
    v/t
    1 excite
    2 ( conmover) move
    * * *
    1) conmover: to move, to touch
    2) : to excite, to thrill
    * * *
    1. (conmover) to move
    2. (apasionar) to excite / to thrill

    Spanish-English dictionary > emocionar

  • 868 empezar

    v.
    to begin, to start.
    empezó la conferencia dando la bienvenida a los asistentes she began o started her speech by welcoming everyone there
    empezaron otra botella de vino they started o opened another bottle of wine
    la clase empieza a las diez the class begins o starts at ten o'clock
    ¡no empieces!, ¡ya hemos discutido este tema lo suficiente! don't you start, we've spent long enough on this subject already!
    al empezar la reunión when the meeting started o began
    empezar a hacer algo to begin o start to do something
    empezar por hacer algo to begin o start by doing something
    para empezar to begin o start with
    Ricardo empezó la fiesta tarde Richard began the party late.
    La fiesta empezó tarde The party began late.
    Ricardo empezó el crucigrama Richard started the crossword puzzle.
    * * *
    (e changes to ie in stressed syllables and z changes to c before e)
    Present Indicative
    empiezo, empiezas, empieza, empezamos, empezáis, empiezan.
    Past ind
    empecé, empezaste, empezó, empezamos, empezasteis, empezaron.
    Present Subjunctive
    Imperative
    empieza (tú), empiece (él/Vd.), empecemos (nos.), empezad (vos.), empiecen (ellos/Vds.).
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    verb
    to begin, start
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    1. VI
    1) (=comenzar) [gen] to start, begin; [en un puesto de trabajo] to start

    el año ha empezado mal — the year got off to a bad start, the year started o began badly

    antes de empezar, os recordaré que... — before we start o begin, I'd like to remind you that...

    al empezar el añoat the start o beginning of the year

    ¿cuándo empieza el nuevo cocinero? — when does the new cook start?

    ¡no empieces! — * don't you start! *

    para empezar — to start with, begin with

    para empezar quisiera agradecerte tu presencia entre nosotrosI would like to start o begin by thanking you for being with us, to start o begin with, I would like to thank you for being with us

    - todo es cuestión de empezar
    2)

    empezar a hacer algo — [gen] to start o begin to do sth, start o begin doing sth; [en un trabajo] to start to do o doing sth

    empezó a lloverit started o began to rain, it started o began raining

    ya empiezo a entrar en calorI'm starting o beginning to feel warm now

    3)

    empezar haciendo algo — to begin o start by doing sth

    empezaremos pidiendo ayudawe'll start o begin by asking for help

    la canción empieza diciendo que... — the song begins o starts by saying that...

    4)

    empezar con algo — [película, curso, año] to start o begin with sth

    la novela empieza con una referencia a Sartrethe novel starts o begins with a reference to Sartre

    empezamos con cerveza y acabamos con vinowe started on o began with beer and ended up on wine

    ¿cuándo empezáis con las clases de inglés? — when do you start your English classes?

    ¡no empieces otra vez con lo mismo! — don't start on that again!

    5)

    empezar por algo/algn — to start with sth/sb, begin with sth/sb

    empezaré por la cocinaI'll start o begin with the kitchen

    "huelga" empieza por hache — "huelga" starts o begins with (an) h

    empezar por hacer algo — to start by doing sth, begin by doing sth

    2.
    VT [+ actividad, temporada] to start, begin; [+ botella, jamón] to start

    hemos empezado mal la semana — the week got off to a bad start for us, the week started badly for us

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    1.
    verbo intransitivo
    1) película/conferencia/invierno to begin, start

    empezar a + inf — to start to + inf, start -ing

    me empezó a entrar hambreI began o started to feel hungry

    2) persona to start

    empezar de nuevo or volver a empezar — to start again

    todo es (cuestión de) empezar — it'll be fine once we/you get started

    empezar a + inf — to start -ing, start to + inf

    empezó a llorarhe began o started to cry

    empezar + ger — to start by -ing

    empezó diciendo que... — she started o began by saying that...

    empezar por + inf — to start o begin by -ing

    empecemos por estudiar el contexto históricolet's begin o start by looking at the historical context

    3)

    para empezar — first of all, to start with

    2.
    1) <tarea/actividad> to start
    2) <frasco/mermelada> to start, open
    * * *
    = begin, get + started, start, start off, kick off, set out, get + Nombre + underway, get + Posesivo + feet wet, set in, cut + Posesivo + spurs, commence.
    Ex. This section has begun to demonstrate some of the problems associated with the author approach.
    Ex. 'We'll get started as soon as everyone arrives,' the executive director shook her hand and smiled graciously.
    Ex. Over the past two to three years the numbers of full text data bases and data banks has started to escalate considerably.
    Ex. If you establish a principle of using the national language, where do you start off?.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The bucks start here: ALA kicks off library funding campaign'.
    Ex. The person seeking information needs to have all the necessary documentation before setting out, otherwise it could result in considerable expense and much time wasting.
    Ex. The author describes two surveys which the IFLA Section has been involved in to acquire the information necessary to get the project underway.
    Ex. Coming clean to voters is something she's gonna have to get used to if she is really serious about getting her feet wet in elected politics.
    Ex. Open or compound fractures were usually fatal prior to the advent of antiseptics in the 1860s because infection would set in.
    Ex. Lorene, who cut her spurs fighting for equal pay, said she was `absolutely gobsmacked' at having won the award.
    Ex. This stop list is input to the computer before indexing can commence, and is a list of the words which appear in text which have no value as access words in an index.
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    * acabar mejor de lo que + empezar = end up on + a high note.
    * al empezar = first off.
    * bomba de relojería + empezar la cuenta atrás = time bomb + tick away.
    * empezar a = be on + Posesivo + way to.
    * empezar a acabarse = run + low (on).
    * empezar a actuar = swing into + action.
    * empezar a arder = catch + fire, catch on + fire.
    * empezar a caer en picado = hit + the skids, be on the skids.
    * empezar a calar en = grow on/upon + Pronombre.
    * empezar a comprender = grow on/upon + Pronombre.
    * empezar a dar carcajadas = burst into + a fit of laughter, burst into + side-splitting laughter.
    * empezar a darse cuenta de = grow on/upon + Pronombre.
    * empezar a debatir = embark on/upon + discussion.
    * empezar a deteriorarse = hit + the skids, be on the skids.
    * empezar a diluviar = the skies + open up.
    * empezar a empeorar = hit + the skids, be on the skids.
    * empezar a faltar = be in short supply, be at a premium.
    * empezar a fumar = take up + smoking.
    * empezar a funcionar = become + operational, get off + the ground, get + rolling, get + things going, get + things rolling, go + live, get + the ball rolling, set + the ball rolling, start + the ball rolling.
    * empezar a gustar la idea = warm up to + the idea.
    * empezar a hablar de = make + noises about, make + a noise about.
    * empezar a imprimir = go to + press.
    * empezar a ir bien = fall into + place.
    * empezar a irse al garete = hit + the skids, be on the skids.
    * empezar a jugar mejor = get back into + the game.
    * empezar Algo = get + Nombre + started.
    * empezar Algo con buen pie = start + Nombre + off on the right foot.
    * empezar a mejorar = turn + a corner, take + a turn, take + a turn for the better.
    * empezar a pensar en = turn + Posesivo + mind to.
    * empezar a reírse a carcajadas = burst into + a fit of laughter, burst into + side-splitting laughter.
    * empezar a resquebrajarse = develop + cracks.
    * empezar a saltar las lágrimas = eyes + start to well up with tears, eyes + start to well up.
    * empezar a sudar por el esfuerzo = work up + a sweat, work up + a lather.
    * empezar a tener dudas = get + cold feet.
    * empezar a tener sentido = become + meaningful.
    * empezar a trabajar = take + job.
    * empezar a tratar = scratch + the surface of, scrape + the surface.
    * empezar a utilizarse = come into + use.
    * empezar con buen pie = start + Nombre + on the right footing, hit + the ground running.
    * empezar de cero = start at + ground zero.
    * empezar de nuevo = a fresh start, start over, make + a fresh start.
    * empezar desde = work from, set out from.
    * empezar desde cero = start at + ground zero.
    * empezar desde la base = start at + ground zero.
    * empezar la casa por el tejado = tail wagging the dog.
    * empezar lento = be slow off the mark, be slow off the blocks.
    * empezar por el final = work back from.
    * empezar por el principio = start from + scratch, start at + ground zero.
    * empezar por lo más difícil = plunge in at + the deep end.
    * empezar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * empezar una nueva etapa en la vida = turn over + a new page, turn over + a new leaf.
    * enseñanza antes de empezar el trabajo = pre-service education.
    * hay que empezar por el principio = first things must come first.
    * bebé que empieza a andar = toddler.
    * para empezar = for one, initially, to start with, to begin with, for starters, first off.
    * terminar mejor de lo que + empezar = end up on + a high note.
    * una buena forma de empezar = a good way to start.
    * una manera de empezar = a foot in the door.
    * volver a empezar = return to + the drawing boards, back to the drawing board, a fresh start, start over, go back to + square one, be back to square one.
    * volver a empezar de cero = be back to square one, go back to + square one.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo
    1) película/conferencia/invierno to begin, start

    empezar a + inf — to start to + inf, start -ing

    me empezó a entrar hambreI began o started to feel hungry

    2) persona to start

    empezar de nuevo or volver a empezar — to start again

    todo es (cuestión de) empezar — it'll be fine once we/you get started

    empezar a + inf — to start -ing, start to + inf

    empezó a llorarhe began o started to cry

    empezar + ger — to start by -ing

    empezó diciendo que... — she started o began by saying that...

    empezar por + inf — to start o begin by -ing

    empecemos por estudiar el contexto históricolet's begin o start by looking at the historical context

    3)

    para empezar — first of all, to start with

    2.
    1) <tarea/actividad> to start
    2) <frasco/mermelada> to start, open
    * * *
    = begin, get + started, start, start off, kick off, set out, get + Nombre + underway, get + Posesivo + feet wet, set in, cut + Posesivo + spurs, commence.

    Ex: This section has begun to demonstrate some of the problems associated with the author approach.

    Ex: 'We'll get started as soon as everyone arrives,' the executive director shook her hand and smiled graciously.
    Ex: Over the past two to three years the numbers of full text data bases and data banks has started to escalate considerably.
    Ex: If you establish a principle of using the national language, where do you start off?.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The bucks start here: ALA kicks off library funding campaign'.
    Ex: The person seeking information needs to have all the necessary documentation before setting out, otherwise it could result in considerable expense and much time wasting.
    Ex: The author describes two surveys which the IFLA Section has been involved in to acquire the information necessary to get the project underway.
    Ex: Coming clean to voters is something she's gonna have to get used to if she is really serious about getting her feet wet in elected politics.
    Ex: Open or compound fractures were usually fatal prior to the advent of antiseptics in the 1860s because infection would set in.
    Ex: Lorene, who cut her spurs fighting for equal pay, said she was `absolutely gobsmacked' at having won the award.
    Ex: This stop list is input to the computer before indexing can commence, and is a list of the words which appear in text which have no value as access words in an index.
    * acabar mejor de lo que + empezar = end up on + a high note.
    * al empezar = first off.
    * bomba de relojería + empezar la cuenta atrás = time bomb + tick away.
    * empezar a = be on + Posesivo + way to.
    * empezar a acabarse = run + low (on).
    * empezar a actuar = swing into + action.
    * empezar a arder = catch + fire, catch on + fire.
    * empezar a caer en picado = hit + the skids, be on the skids.
    * empezar a calar en = grow on/upon + Pronombre.
    * empezar a comprender = grow on/upon + Pronombre.
    * empezar a dar carcajadas = burst into + a fit of laughter, burst into + side-splitting laughter.
    * empezar a darse cuenta de = grow on/upon + Pronombre.
    * empezar a debatir = embark on/upon + discussion.
    * empezar a deteriorarse = hit + the skids, be on the skids.
    * empezar a diluviar = the skies + open up.
    * empezar a empeorar = hit + the skids, be on the skids.
    * empezar a faltar = be in short supply, be at a premium.
    * empezar a fumar = take up + smoking.
    * empezar a funcionar = become + operational, get off + the ground, get + rolling, get + things going, get + things rolling, go + live, get + the ball rolling, set + the ball rolling, start + the ball rolling.
    * empezar a gustar la idea = warm up to + the idea.
    * empezar a hablar de = make + noises about, make + a noise about.
    * empezar a imprimir = go to + press.
    * empezar a ir bien = fall into + place.
    * empezar a irse al garete = hit + the skids, be on the skids.
    * empezar a jugar mejor = get back into + the game.
    * empezar Algo = get + Nombre + started.
    * empezar Algo con buen pie = start + Nombre + off on the right foot.
    * empezar a mejorar = turn + a corner, take + a turn, take + a turn for the better.
    * empezar a pensar en = turn + Posesivo + mind to.
    * empezar a reírse a carcajadas = burst into + a fit of laughter, burst into + side-splitting laughter.
    * empezar a resquebrajarse = develop + cracks.
    * empezar a saltar las lágrimas = eyes + start to well up with tears, eyes + start to well up.
    * empezar a sudar por el esfuerzo = work up + a sweat, work up + a lather.
    * empezar a tener dudas = get + cold feet.
    * empezar a tener sentido = become + meaningful.
    * empezar a trabajar = take + job.
    * empezar a tratar = scratch + the surface of, scrape + the surface.
    * empezar a utilizarse = come into + use.
    * empezar con buen pie = start + Nombre + on the right footing, hit + the ground running.
    * empezar de cero = start at + ground zero.
    * empezar de nuevo = a fresh start, start over, make + a fresh start.
    * empezar desde = work from, set out from.
    * empezar desde cero = start at + ground zero.
    * empezar desde la base = start at + ground zero.
    * empezar la casa por el tejado = tail wagging the dog.
    * empezar lento = be slow off the mark, be slow off the blocks.
    * empezar por el final = work back from.
    * empezar por el principio = start from + scratch, start at + ground zero.
    * empezar por lo más difícil = plunge in at + the deep end.
    * empezar rápido = be quick off the mark, be quick off the blocks.
    * empezar una nueva etapa en la vida = turn over + a new page, turn over + a new leaf.
    * enseñanza antes de empezar el trabajo = pre-service education.
    * hay que empezar por el principio = first things must come first.
    * bebé que empieza a andar = toddler.
    * para empezar = for one, initially, to start with, to begin with, for starters, first off.
    * terminar mejor de lo que + empezar = end up on + a high note.
    * una buena forma de empezar = a good way to start.
    * una manera de empezar = a foot in the door.
    * volver a empezar = return to + the drawing boards, back to the drawing board, a fresh start, start over, go back to + square one, be back to square one.
    * volver a empezar de cero = be back to square one, go back to + square one.

    * * *
    empezar [A6 ]
    vi
    A
    1 «película/conferencia/invierno» to begin, start
    el curso empieza el 16 the course begins o ( frml) commences on the 16th
    ¿con qué letra empieza? what is the first letter?, what letter does it begin with?
    al empezar el siglo at the turn of the century
    ya han empezado los fríos the cold weather has arrived o started
    2 empezar A + INF to start to + INF, start -ING
    ha empezado a nevar it has started snowing, it has started to snow
    le empezó a entrar hambre she began o started to feel hungry
    empezó a hervir it began boiling o to boil, it came to the boil, it started boiling o to boil
    le han empezado a salir espinillas she's getting o starting to get pimples
    empieza a ser imposible conseguirlo it is becoming impossible to get it
    B «persona»
    ¿cuándo empieza la nueva secretaria? when is the new secretary starting?, when does the new secretary start?
    empezó de aprendiz he started o began as an apprentice
    tendremos que empezar de nuevo or volver a empezar we'll have to start again
    todo es (cuestión de) empezar it'll be fine once we/you get started
    ¡ya empezamos otra vez! here we go again!
    empezar POR algo/algn:
    empecemos por el principio let's begin o start at the beginning
    empezó por la pared del fondo he started o began with the back wall
    no sabe por dónde empezar she doesn't know where to begin o start
    vamos a empezar por ti let's start with you
    2 empezar A + INF to start -ING, start to + INF
    cuando empezó a hablar se le fueron los nervios once she started o began talking, her nervousness disappeared
    tenía dos años cuando empezó a hablar she started talking when she was two
    empezó a llorar he began o started to cry
    3 empezar + GER to start BY -ING
    empezó diciendo que sería breve she started o began by saying that she would be brief
    empezó trabajando de mecánico he started by working as a mechanic, he started out as a mechanic
    4 empezar POR + INF to start o begin BY -ING
    empieza por sentarte begin o start by taking a seat, take a seat first
    se empieza por marinar la carne first marinade the meat
    empecemos por estudiar el contexto histórico let's begin o start by looking at the historical context
    C
    para empezar: para empezar, me parece un disparate for a start o for one thing, I think it's a ridiculous idea
    para empezar, ¿quién te dio permiso para leer mi correspondencia? who gave you permission to read my letters anyway?
    para empezar, hay que limpiar la superficie first of all o to start with, you have to clean the surface
    ■ empezar
    vt
    A ‹tarea/actividad› to start
    se debe empezar el día con un buen desayuno you should start o begin the day with a good breakfast
    ¿ya empezaste el tercer capítulo? have you started chapter three yet?
    B ‹frasco/lata/mermelada› to start, open
    no empieces otra botella don't start o open another bottle
    ¿podemos empezar este jamón? can we start on this ham?
    * * *

     

    empezar ( conjugate empezar) verbo intransitivo
    1 [película/conferencia/invierno] to begin, start;
    empezó a nevar it started to snow o snowing

    2 [ persona] to start;

    todo es cuestión de empezar it'll be fine once we/you get started;
    no sé por dónde empezar I don't know where to begin;
    vamos a empezar por ti let's start with you;
    empezar a hacer algo to start doing sth, start to do sth;
    empezó diciendo que … she started o began by saying that …;
    empezó trabajando de mecánico he started out as a mechanic;
    empecemos por estudiar el contexto histórico let's begin o start by looking at the historical context
    3

    verbo transitivo
    a)tarea/actividad to start

    b)frasco/mermelada to start, open

    empezar verbo transitivo & verbo intransitivo
    1 (dar principio a una actividad) to begin, start: aún no hemos empezado a comer, we still haven't started to eat
    para empezar, first of all: para empezar, eso que dices no es cierto, to begin with what you're saying is just not true
    no empieces con tus tonterías, don't start being stupid again
    2 (un paquete, una caja) to open, start: la caja de galletas está sin empezar, the box of biscuits hasn't been opened yet
    3 (tener principio) to start: la película empieza a las diez, the film starts at ten o'clock ➣ Ver nota en begin y start
    ♦ Locuciones: ya empezamos, here we go again
    ' empezar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adormecerse
    - arrancar
    - cada
    - cobrar
    - compilación
    - echar
    - echarse
    - ponerse
    - pronta
    - pronto
    - romper
    - soltarse
    - trabar
    - vaya
    - volver
    - ya
    - a
    - aclarar
    - cero
    - empiece
    - entrar
    - incendiar
    - largar
    - poner
    English:
    begin
    - branch out
    - clean up
    - cotton on
    - daunt
    - fail
    - flying
    - get
    - grow
    - impatient
    - kick off
    - nervous
    - open
    - pipe up
    - place
    - set off
    - spring
    - square
    - start
    - start off
    - start up
    - strike up
    - take off
    - take up
    - thing
    - turn
    - afresh
    - beginning
    - ground
    - into
    - keen
    - kick
    - originate
    - over
    - rampage
    - roll
    - scratch
    - strike
    - suppose
    - undone
    * * *
    vt
    to begin, to start;
    empezó la conferencia dando la bienvenida a los asistentes she began o started her speech by welcoming everyone there;
    todavía no hemos empezado el colegio we still haven't started school;
    empecé el libro, pero no lo conseguí acabar I started (reading) the book, but didn't manage to finish it;
    hemos empezado la tarta we've started the cake;
    empezaron otra botella de vino they started o opened another bottle of wine
    vi
    to begin, to start (a/por to/by);
    la clase empieza a las diez the class begins o starts at ten o'clock;
    ¿a qué hora empieza el partido? what time does the game start?;
    el concierto empezó tarde the concert started late;
    la película empieza con una escena muy violenta the film begins with a very violent scene;
    tuvieron que empezar de nuevo they had to start again;
    el aprender a nadar, todo es empezar with swimming, getting started is half the battle;
    ¡no empieces!, ¡ya hemos discutido este tema lo suficiente! don't you start, we've spent long enough on this subject already!;
    ¡ya empezamos con el vecino y su música! here we go again with our neighbour and his music!;
    al empezar la reunión when the meeting started o began;
    al empezar resulta un poco difícil it's quite hard at first o to begin with;
    en noviembre empezó a hacer frío it started getting colder in November;
    empezó pidiendo disculpas por su retraso she started o began by apologizing for being late;
    empezar por: empieza por el salón, yo haré la cocina you start on the living-room, I'll do the kitchen;
    empieza por aflojar los tornillos first, loosen the screws, start o begin by loosening the screws;
    empieza por portarte bien, y ya hablaremos first you start behaving well, then we'll talk;
    para empezar: para empezar, sopa I'd like soup for starters o to start with;
    para empezar, habrá que comprar los billetes first of all o to start with, we'll have to buy the tickets;
    no me gusta, para empezar, es demasiado pequeño I don't like it, it's too small to start with
    * * *
    I v/t start, begin
    II v/i
    1 start, begin;
    empezar a hacer algo start to do sth, start doing sth;
    empezar por hacer algo start o begin by doing sth;
    empezar por alguien start with s.o.;
    para empezar to begin with;
    ya empezamos fam here we go again
    * * *
    empezar {29} v
    comenzar: to start, to begin
    * * *
    empezar vb to start / to begin [pt. began; pp. begun]

    Spanish-English dictionary > empezar

  • 869 empezar lento

    (v.) = be slow off the mark, be slow off the blocks
    Ex. Rovers were slow off the mark and found themselves one down after five minutes, but Pat Daly soon had Rovers level.
    Ex. They were still slow off the blocks and didn't seem like threatening the opposite goalie.
    * * *
    (v.) = be slow off the mark, be slow off the blocks

    Ex: Rovers were slow off the mark and found themselves one down after five minutes, but Pat Daly soon had Rovers level.

    Ex: They were still slow off the blocks and didn't seem like threatening the opposite goalie.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empezar lento

  • 870 empujar

    v.
    1 to push.
    ¡eh, sin empujar! hey, stop pushing!
    las nuevas generaciones vienen empujando con fuerza the new generation is making its presence felt
    2 to press.
    empujar a alguien a que haga algo to push somebody into doing something
    verse empujado a hacer algo to find oneself forced o having to do something
    * * *
    1 to push, shove, thrust
    2 figurado to force, urge, press
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT (=presionar) [gen] to push; [con fuerza] to shove, thrust; (Mec) to drive

    empujar[en puertas] push

    ¡no empujen! — stop pushing!

    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <coche/columpio> to push
    b) (incitar, presionar) to spur... on; ( obligar) to force

    no tenía ganas, pero yo la empujé un poco — she didn't feel like it, but I gave her a bit of a push (colloq)

    c) (Tec) to drive
    2.
    a) ( hacer presión) to push

    un actor que viene empujando fuerte — (period) an up-and-coming actor

    b) ( dar empellones) to push, shove
    * * *
    = propel, wheel, push, jostle, shove.
    Ex. A magnetic field propels the bubbles in the right direction through the film.
    Ex. Suddenly, he extracted from his pocket a set of keys and wheeled his chair toward the credenza.
    Ex. While in a speech therapy session when she got up and pushed the table violently, pinning her therapist against the wall.
    Ex. In the case of flax the Library of Congress does not provide an enumerated division and so books on flax spinning must jostle in alphabetic order with books on other aspects of flax = En el caso del lino la Biblioteca del Congreso no proporciona una división enumerada por lo que los libros sobre el hilado del lino deben competir en la ordenación alfabética con otros libros que tratan sobre diferentes aspectos del lino.
    Ex. Meanwhile the journeymen, who had just gone to bed, hearing the row quickly got up again, came downstairs and then shoved me out of the door.
    ----
    * abrir la puerta empujándola = push + open + door.
    * empujar hacia atrás = push back.
    * empujar ligeramente con el dedo o un instrumento = poke.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    a) <coche/columpio> to push
    b) (incitar, presionar) to spur... on; ( obligar) to force

    no tenía ganas, pero yo la empujé un poco — she didn't feel like it, but I gave her a bit of a push (colloq)

    c) (Tec) to drive
    2.
    a) ( hacer presión) to push

    un actor que viene empujando fuerte — (period) an up-and-coming actor

    b) ( dar empellones) to push, shove
    * * *
    = propel, wheel, push, jostle, shove.

    Ex: A magnetic field propels the bubbles in the right direction through the film.

    Ex: Suddenly, he extracted from his pocket a set of keys and wheeled his chair toward the credenza.
    Ex: While in a speech therapy session when she got up and pushed the table violently, pinning her therapist against the wall.
    Ex: In the case of flax the Library of Congress does not provide an enumerated division and so books on flax spinning must jostle in alphabetic order with books on other aspects of flax = En el caso del lino la Biblioteca del Congreso no proporciona una división enumerada por lo que los libros sobre el hilado del lino deben competir en la ordenación alfabética con otros libros que tratan sobre diferentes aspectos del lino.
    Ex: Meanwhile the journeymen, who had just gone to bed, hearing the row quickly got up again, came downstairs and then shoved me out of the door.
    * abrir la puerta empujándola = push + open + door.
    * empujar hacia atrás = push back.
    * empujar ligeramente con el dedo o un instrumento = poke.

    * * *
    empujar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹coche/puerta/columpio› to push
    lo empujaron contra la pared they pushed him (up) against the wall
    el viento empujaba la barca hacia la orilla the wind was blowing o carrying the boat toward(s) the shore
    ¡empújame! give me a push!
    2 (incitar, presionar) to spur … on; (obligar) to force
    no tenía ganas, pero yo la empujé un poco she didn't feel like it, but I talked her into it o I spurred her on a bit
    3 ( Tec) to drive
    ■ empujar
    vi
    [ S ] empujar push
    empuja tú de tu lado you push from your side
    un actor joven que viene empujando fuerte ( period); a young actor who is making quite an impression
    2 (dar empellones) to push, shove
    ¡sin empujar! stop pushing!
    todo el mundo empujaba para entrar everybody was pushing and shoving to get in
    * * *

    empujar ( conjugate empujar) verbo transitivo
    a)coche/columpio to push;

    ¡empújame! give me a push!

    b) (incitar, presionar) to spur … on;

    ( obligar) to force
    c) (Tec) to drive

    verbo intransitivo


    empujar verbo transitivo
    1 (desplazar) to push, shove: la gente nos empujaba hacia la salida, people pushed us towards the exit
    2 (inducir) to drive: su honestidad le empuja a obrar así, his honesty drives him to act that way
    ' empujar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    achuchar
    - mover
    - aventar
    - fuerte
    English:
    boost
    - heave
    - jog
    - jostle
    - prod
    - pull
    - push
    - push around
    - push out
    - roll
    - shove
    - shove away
    - thrust
    - thrust forward
    - wheel
    - drive
    - stir
    * * *
    vt
    1. [puerta] to push (open);
    [persona, vehículo, objeto] to push; [palanca] to push (down on);
    empújame un poquito give me a little push, push me a bit;
    las olas empujaron el cuerpo hasta la orilla the waves carried the body to the shore
    2. [presionar] to push;
    [estimular] to push, to encourage;
    ella me empujó a mentir she pushed me into lying;
    a ese niño habría que empujarlo un poco that child needs to be pushed a bit;
    ¿qué le empujaría a hacer una cosa así? what would drive him to do a thing like that?;
    verse empujado a hacer algo to find oneself forced o having to do sth
    vi
    to push;
    ¡eh, sin empujar! hey, stop pushing!;
    empujar [en letrero] push;
    las nuevas generaciones de abogados vienen empujando con fuerza the new generation of lawyers is making its presence felt
    * * *
    v/t push; fig
    urge on, spur on
    * * *
    : to push, to shove
    1) : to push
    2) presionar: to spur on, to press
    * * *
    empujar vb to push

    Spanish-English dictionary > empujar

  • 871 en consideración a

    considering
    * * *
    = for the sake of, out of consideration for, out of respect for
    Ex. The advocates of ISBD originally argued that it was for the sake of the computer.
    Ex. The date and time were kept secret out of consideration for her parents and grandparents.
    Ex. They chose not show the cartoons out of respect for Islam.
    * * *
    = for the sake of, out of consideration for, out of respect for

    Ex: The advocates of ISBD originally argued that it was for the sake of the computer.

    Ex: The date and time were kept secret out of consideration for her parents and grandparents.
    Ex: They chose not show the cartoons out of respect for Islam.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en consideración a

  • 872 en el hospital

    Ex. In this paper we attempt to show how the goal of resolving moral problems in a patient's care can best be achieved by working at the bedside.
    * * *

    Ex: In this paper we attempt to show how the goal of resolving moral problems in a patient's care can best be achieved by working at the bedside.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el hospital

  • 873 en el último momento

    = at the eleventh hour, at the very last minute, at the very last moment, at the very last, at the last minute
    Ex. The final versions were agreed at the eleventh hour, late on Tuesday 9 December, just before the opening of the Summit.
    Ex. They always chicken out at the very last minute.
    Ex. By the time the 50 minutes of the show were up, everybody was moved to tears, but then, at the very last moment, it left them smiling.
    Ex. She had lived alone, except for her dog who, at the very last, sat patiently beside the bed and licked her hands until they grew cold.
    Ex. Display stands of very light construction that can be prepared beforehand and taken to the site of a lesson at the last minute are fairly easily available these days.
    * * *
    = at the eleventh hour, at the very last minute, at the very last moment, at the very last, at the last minute

    Ex: The final versions were agreed at the eleventh hour, late on Tuesday 9 December, just before the opening of the Summit.

    Ex: They always chicken out at the very last minute.
    Ex: By the time the 50 minutes of the show were up, everybody was moved to tears, but then, at the very last moment, it left them smiling.
    Ex: She had lived alone, except for her dog who, at the very last, sat patiently beside the bed and licked her hands until they grew cold.
    Ex: Display stands of very light construction that can be prepared beforehand and taken to the site of a lesson at the last minute are fairly easily available these days.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el último momento

  • 874 en ese momento

    = at that point, at this point, at that time, just then, at that point in time
    Ex. If the user does not know what the answer is, he stops the command chain at that point, lets the system show an intermediate display for guidance, and then continues his work.
    Ex. At this point the user can enter a number or an 'o' for system, in which case the system will assign the borrower number.
    Ex. If it is proved that older files are not at all used, some disposition may be made of them at that time.
    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. And at that point in time he was able to look others in the eye and make them believe he was telling the truth.
    * * *
    = at that point, at this point, at that time, just then, at that point in time

    Ex: If the user does not know what the answer is, he stops the command chain at that point, lets the system show an intermediate display for guidance, and then continues his work.

    Ex: At this point the user can enter a number or an 'o' for system, in which case the system will assign the borrower number.
    Ex: If it is proved that older files are not at all used, some disposition may be made of them at that time.
    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: And at that point in time he was able to look others in the eye and make them believe he was telling the truth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en ese momento

  • 875 en estos tiempos

    = in these times, in this day and age
    Ex. In these times of fiscal austerity there is growing pressure for academic institutions to show positive results.
    Ex. In this day and age the library sociologist cannot do without using the word 'class' in the library context.
    * * *
    = in these times, in this day and age

    Ex: In these times of fiscal austerity there is growing pressure for academic institutions to show positive results.

    Ex: In this day and age the library sociologist cannot do without using the word 'class' in the library context.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en estos tiempos

  • 876 en exposicion

    = on exhibit, on show, on display
    Ex. This is a 'sneak peek' at new products that systems vendors will have on exhibit at the conference = Este es un "avance" de los nuevos productos que los vendedores de sistemas expondrán en el congreso.
    Ex. One has only to look around in bookshops to see how many paperbacks on show have film or TV links.
    Ex. The products and services on display underscored the degree to which the Internet has become an integral part of everyday life.
    * * *
    = on exhibit, on show, on display

    Ex: This is a 'sneak peek' at new products that systems vendors will have on exhibit at the conference = Este es un "avance" de los nuevos productos que los vendedores de sistemas expondrán en el congreso.

    Ex: One has only to look around in bookshops to see how many paperbacks on show have film or TV links.
    Ex: The products and services on display underscored the degree to which the Internet has become an integral part of everyday life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en exposicion

  • 877 en la copa del árbol

    Ex. The best apples were at the top of the tree but they didn't want to reach for them because they were afraid of falling and getting hurt.
    * * *

    Ex: The best apples were at the top of the tree but they didn't want to reach for them because they were afraid of falling and getting hurt.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la copa del árbol

  • 878 en ningún momento

    = at no time, anywhere along the line
    Ex. George Ticknor noted that this flood of new immigrants ' at no time, consisted of persons who, in general, were fitted to understand our free institutions or to be intrusted with the political power given by universal suffrage'.
    Ex. 'Didn't you learn anywhere along the line that a subordinate has an obligation to keep a supervisor informed about what's going on?' she flamed out indignantly.
    * * *
    = at no time, anywhere along the line

    Ex: George Ticknor noted that this flood of new immigrants ' at no time, consisted of persons who, in general, were fitted to understand our free institutions or to be intrusted with the political power given by universal suffrage'.

    Ex: 'Didn't you learn anywhere along the line that a subordinate has an obligation to keep a supervisor informed about what's going on?' she flamed out indignantly.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en ningún momento

  • 879 en ningún sitio

    = anywhere along the line, nowhere
    Ex. 'Didn't you learn anywhere along the line that a subordinate has an obligation to keep a supervisor informed about what's going on?' she flamed out indignantly.
    Ex. Nowhere may a man acquire more honor than by taking a part in a work that enlarges the hope of the free world that it may be led in the ways of wisdom, whose 'ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace'.
    * * *
    = anywhere along the line, nowhere

    Ex: 'Didn't you learn anywhere along the line that a subordinate has an obligation to keep a supervisor informed about what's going on?' she flamed out indignantly.

    Ex: Nowhere may a man acquire more honor than by taking a part in a work that enlarges the hope of the free world that it may be led in the ways of wisdom, whose 'ways are ways of pleasantness and all her paths are peace'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en ningún sitio

  • 880 en orden de importancia

    = in rank order, in order
    Ex. The system then prints out the titles in rank order, with the user responding to show his estimation of relevance.
    Ex. In the overall ranking the main sources, in order, were statistical information, personal contacts, newspapers and trade journal, grey literature, and conventional literature; the various kinds of secondary information service all ranked lower.
    * * *
    = in rank order, in order

    Ex: The system then prints out the titles in rank order, with the user responding to show his estimation of relevance.

    Ex: In the overall ranking the main sources, in order, were statistical information, personal contacts, newspapers and trade journal, grey literature, and conventional literature; the various kinds of secondary information service all ranked lower.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en orden de importancia

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  • show — show1 [ ʃou ] (past tense showed; past participle shown [ ʃoun ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 prove something is true ▸ 2 give information ▸ 3 behave in particular way ▸ 4 let someone see something ▸ 5 give instructions, etc. ▸ 6 lead someone somewhere ▸ 7 be… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • show */*/*/ — I UK [ʃəʊ] / US [ʃoʊ] verb Word forms show : present tense I/you/we/they show he/she/it shows present participle showing past tense showed past participle shown UK [ʃəʊn] / US [ʃoʊn] 1) [transitive] to prove that something exists or is true The… …   English dictionary

  • show — [[t]ʃo͟ʊ[/t]] ♦ shows, showing, showed, shown 1) VERB If something shows that a state of affairs exists, it gives information that proves it or makes it clear to people. [V that] Research shows that a high fibre diet may protect you from bowel… …   English dictionary

  • show up — phrasal verb Word forms show up : present tense I/you/we/they show up he/she/it shows up present participle showing up past tense showed up past participle shown up 1) [intransitive] informal same as show I, 10) I ll be very surprised if they… …   English dictionary

  • Show Boat — Infobox Musical name = Show Boat boxwidth = 21em image size = 0 caption = Window card for the 1994 revival music = Jerome Kern lyrics = Oscar Hammerstein II book = Oscar Hammerstein II basis = Edna Ferber s 1926 novel Show Boat productions=1927… …   Wikipedia

  • Didn't We Almost Have It All? — This article is about the Grey s Anatomy episode. For the Whitney Houston song, see Didn t We Almost Have It All. Didn t We Almost Have It All? Grey s Anatomy episode …   Wikipedia

  • show — 1 verb past tense showed past participle shown /SUn/ 1 PROVE (T) to provide facts or information that make it clear that something is true or that something exists: show (that): The latest poll clearly shows that most voters are unaware of this.… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • Didn't We Almost Have It All — This article is about the Whitney Houston song. For the Grey s Anatomy episode, see Didn t We Almost Have It All?. Didn t We Almost Have It All Single by Whitney Houston …   Wikipedia

  • Show Me The Way to Go Home — Infobox Television episode | Title = Show Me the Way to Go Home Series = Touched by an Angel Season = 1 Episode = 2 Airdate = September 28, 1994 (CBS) Production = 102 Writer = Martha Williamson Director = Tim Bond Prev = The Southbound Bus Next …   Wikipedia

  • Show of Hands — Infobox Musical artist Name = Show of Hands Img capt = Album cover for Anglicana (1999) Img size = 175 Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = England Instrument = Genre = Roots, folk, acoustic Years active = 1991–present Label =… …   Wikipedia

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