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  • 981 para ser más explícito

    Ex. To elaborate a little further, it is useful to examine each of the main types of subdivisions as follows.
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    Ex: To elaborate a little further, it is useful to examine each of the main types of subdivisions as follows.

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  • 982 pariente más cercano

    Ex. Interviews were with a surviving next of kin or a nonrelative about three months after the event of death.
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    Ex: Interviews were with a surviving next of kin or a nonrelative about three months after the event of death.

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  • 983 pasar a cosas más agradables

    Ex. On a happier note, I was chewing the cud in a taxi cab on the way to work this morning when suddently a well-dressed old man wiggled his hand at me.
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    Ex: On a happier note, I was chewing the cud in a taxi cab on the way to work this morning when suddently a well-dressed old man wiggled his hand at me.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasar a cosas más agradables

  • 984 pasar a una situación económica más confortable

    (v.) = improve + Posesivo + lot
    Ex. In comparison with the rest of the world they are in no hurry to improve their lot.
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    (v.) = improve + Posesivo + lot

    Ex: In comparison with the rest of the world they are in no hurry to improve their lot.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasar a una situación económica más confortable

  • 985 persona más destacada

    (n.) = top person [top people, -pl.]
    Ex. If you are interested in learning about meeting the top people in the field please fill out the form below.
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    (n.) = top person [top people, -pl.]

    Ex: If you are interested in learning about meeting the top people in the field please fill out the form below.

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  • 986 persona más relevante

    (n.) = top person [top people, -pl.]
    Ex. If you are interested in learning about meeting the top people in the field please fill out the form below.
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    (n.) = top person [top people, -pl.]

    Ex: If you are interested in learning about meeting the top people in the field please fill out the form below.

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  • 987 persona que rinde más de lo esperado

    (n.) = overachiever
    Ex. The upshot is that Japan is now called a country of 115 million overachievers.
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    Ex: The upshot is that Japan is now called a country of 115 million overachievers.

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  • 988 personal más nuevo

    (n.) = junior staff
    Ex. This article describes a scenario in which the training of junior staff on-the-job is discussed emphasising that the reality in New Zeland libraries falls far short of the ideal.
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    Ex: This article describes a scenario in which the training of junior staff on-the-job is discussed emphasising that the reality in New Zeland libraries falls far short of the ideal.

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  • 989 pesar más que

    (v.) = outweigh, outbalance
    Ex. It may be decided that the practical impediments to the distribution and assignment of such numbers outweigh their potential usefulness.
    Ex. The large profits to be made in this field will outbalance the problems that may lie ahead.
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    (v.) = outweigh, outbalance

    Ex: It may be decided that the practical impediments to the distribution and assignment of such numbers outweigh their potential usefulness.

    Ex: The large profits to be made in this field will outbalance the problems that may lie ahead.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pesar más que

  • 990 población cada vez más envejecida

    (n.) = greying population [graying population]
    Ex. The article 'Redefining library services for a graying population' addresses the question of public library services for elderly people in the USA.
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    (n.) = greying population [graying population]

    Ex: The article 'Redefining library services for a graying population' addresses the question of public library services for elderly people in the USA.

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  • 991 poco más

    Ex. Without dedication, little else will be achieved.
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    Ex: Without dedication, little else will be achieved.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poco más

  • 992 poner en duda

    (v.) = challenge, be flawed, question, render + suspect, unsettle, cast + doubt on, regard + with suspicion, put in + doubt, call into + question, shed + doubt, throw into + doubt, throw + doubt on
    Ex. The only difference is the cataloger doesn't have to sit down and challenge himself, select one entry over the other, and say that this person is more responsible than another person for the work.
    Ex. A small but signifiant portion of the scientific literature is being flawed by the appearance of fraudulently produced research.
    Ex. If this appears to be excessively difficult, maybe it is time to question whether the tool is too complex.
    Ex. Poor standards of cataloguing in the past render many examples of retrospective music bibliography suspect.
    Ex. It is a source of innovation and strength, but it blurs traditional distinctions and can unsettle professional convictions.
    Ex. His article casts doubt on the future of local technical libraries in the new economic climate.
    Ex. Because enumerative bibliography was not always the well organized craft it has now become many retrospective bibliographies produced in former times must be regarded with suspicion.
    Ex. Significant changes made in many libraries because of limited funds now put in doubt the long-term value of the report.
    Ex. Some of the work discussed in chapter 28 may seem to call into question the value of this research.
    Ex. The overlap between the top titles in periodical lists ranked in order of use is so low that the inconsistency sheds doubt on the value of such lists.
    Ex. In this culture, girls must be virgins at marriage & must not demonstrate overt pleasure at the beginning of the marriage lest their virginity be thrown into doubt.
    Ex. Such low figures throw doubt on the applicability of US findings to the UK situation.
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    (v.) = challenge, be flawed, question, render + suspect, unsettle, cast + doubt on, regard + with suspicion, put in + doubt, call into + question, shed + doubt, throw into + doubt, throw + doubt on

    Ex: The only difference is the cataloger doesn't have to sit down and challenge himself, select one entry over the other, and say that this person is more responsible than another person for the work.

    Ex: A small but signifiant portion of the scientific literature is being flawed by the appearance of fraudulently produced research.
    Ex: If this appears to be excessively difficult, maybe it is time to question whether the tool is too complex.
    Ex: Poor standards of cataloguing in the past render many examples of retrospective music bibliography suspect.
    Ex: It is a source of innovation and strength, but it blurs traditional distinctions and can unsettle professional convictions.
    Ex: His article casts doubt on the future of local technical libraries in the new economic climate.
    Ex: Because enumerative bibliography was not always the well organized craft it has now become many retrospective bibliographies produced in former times must be regarded with suspicion.
    Ex: Significant changes made in many libraries because of limited funds now put in doubt the long-term value of the report.
    Ex: Some of the work discussed in chapter 28 may seem to call into question the value of this research.
    Ex: The overlap between the top titles in periodical lists ranked in order of use is so low that the inconsistency sheds doubt on the value of such lists.
    Ex: In this culture, girls must be virgins at marriage & must not demonstrate overt pleasure at the beginning of the marriage lest their virginity be thrown into doubt.
    Ex: Such low figures throw doubt on the applicability of US findings to the UK situation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en duda

  • 993 poner en duda unos principios

    (v.) = shake + foundations
    Ex. In the map library, the electronic medium is shaking the foundations of cartographic communication and threatening the bring the walls crashing down.
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    (v.) = shake + foundations

    Ex: In the map library, the electronic medium is shaking the foundations of cartographic communication and threatening the bring the walls crashing down.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner en duda unos principios

  • 994 poner más fuerte

    (v.) = crank up
    Ex. Refiners are cranking up diesel output to meet rising global demand.
    * * *
    (v.) = crank up

    Ex: Refiners are cranking up diesel output to meet rising global demand.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner más fuerte

  • 995 por encima de toda duda

    = beyond reproach, above reproach
    Ex. All its systems, procedures, operations, assurances, and quality control are well-documented and beyond reproach.
    Ex. Librarians, if they are to use the library to criticise the status quo, must be above reproach, both in their work and professionally.
    * * *
    = beyond reproach, above reproach

    Ex: All its systems, procedures, operations, assurances, and quality control are well-documented and beyond reproach.

    Ex: Librarians, if they are to use the library to criticise the status quo, must be above reproach, both in their work and professionally.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por encima de toda duda

  • 996 por más que lo intento

    Ex. I cannot for the life of me understand what you see in the Serb's cause that gets your panties in a bundle.
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    Ex: I cannot for the life of me understand what you see in the Serb's cause that gets your panties in a bundle.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por más que lo intento

  • 997 precio de coste más margen de beneficios

    Ex. Cost-plus pricing is the technique whereby a bookseller or vendor prices each book sold on the formula of delivered cost from the publisher plus a percentage of that cost.
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    Ex: Cost-plus pricing is the technique whereby a bookseller or vendor prices each book sold on the formula of delivered cost from the publisher plus a percentage of that cost.

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  • 998 presupuesto cada vez más pequeño

    Ex. In the face of rising costs and stagnant or shrinking budgets, libraries are looking for efficient and less expensive methods of processing materials.
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    Ex: In the face of rising costs and stagnant or shrinking budgets, libraries are looking for efficient and less expensive methods of processing materials.

    Spanish-English dictionary > presupuesto cada vez más pequeño

  • 999 pruebas cada vez más concluyentes

    Ex. There is mounting evidence that omega-3 fatty acids from fish help prevent cardiovascular diseases.
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    Ex: There is mounting evidence that omega-3 fatty acids from fish help prevent cardiovascular diseases.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pruebas cada vez más concluyentes

  • 1000 prácticas más adecuadas

    = best practices, lessons learned [lessons learnt]
    Ex. Benchmarking is a technique companies use to compare themselves against other companies and identify best practices.
    Ex. Many of the lessons learned from these systems should carry over to other fields of scholarly publication.
    * * *
    = best practices, lessons learned [lessons learnt]

    Ex: Benchmarking is a technique companies use to compare themselves against other companies and identify best practices.

    Ex: Many of the lessons learned from these systems should carry over to other fields of scholarly publication.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prácticas más adecuadas

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