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  • 1 Europa occidental

    f. & m.
    Western Europe.
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    Ex. In fact, in recent years especially, exotic forms of bibliography have been spawned in profusion in Britain, North America and Western Europe.
    * * *

    Ex: In fact, in recent years especially, exotic forms of bibliography have been spawned in profusion in Britain, North America and Western Europe.

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  • 2 con profusión

    Ex. In fact, in recent years especially, exotic forms of bibliography have been spawned in profusion in Britain, North America and Western Europe.
    * * *

    Ex: In fact, in recent years especially, exotic forms of bibliography have been spawned in profusion in Britain, North America and Western Europe.

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  • 3 desovar

    v.
    1 to spawn (peces, anfibios).
    El pescado pone huevos The fish spawns.
    2 to lay eggs (insectos).
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    1 (insectos) to lay eggs; (peces) to spawn
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    VI [pez, anfibio] to spawn; [insecto] to lay eggs
    * * *
    verbo intransitivo insectos to lay eggs; peces/anfibios to spawn
    * * *
    = oviposit, spawn.
    Ex. However, the apical part of the leaves seems not to provide ovipositing females with enough protection against birds, making them easy preys.
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    * * *
    verbo intransitivo insectos to lay eggs; peces/anfibios to spawn
    * * *
    = oviposit, spawn.

    Ex: However, the apical part of the leaves seems not to provide ovipositing females with enough protection against birds, making them easy preys.

    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.

    * * *
    desovar [A1 ]
    vi
    «insectos» to lay eggs; «peces/anfibios» to spawn
    * * *
    [peces, anfibios] to spawn; [insectos] to lay eggs
    * * *
    v/i de peces, anfibios spawn; de insectos lay eggs
    * * *
    : to spawn

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  • 4 en abundancia

    = in plenty, liberally, in abundance, exuberantly, in profusion, aplenty [a-plenty], prodigiously, plentifully
    Ex. Power supply requirements although needed in plenty as suggested before are normally quite basic.
    Ex. Normal telephones should be liberally supplied although shared lines are feasible.
    Ex. Concerned, thoughtful, supportive, humorous -- all those traits lacking from the present boss he has in abundance.
    Ex. With few exceptions the new display types, which proliferated exuberantly during the first quarter of the century, were of three basic varieties.
    Ex. In fact, in recent years especially, exotic forms of bibliography have been spawned in profusion in Britain, North America and Western Europe.
    Ex. The article 'CD-ROM licenses: pitfalls aplenty!' advises how to deal with the licenses which subscribers are required to sign on purchase of CD-ROM products for use in libraries = El artículo "Las licencias de CD-ROM: ¡dificultades a montón!" aconseja cómo negociar las licencias que los suscriptores tienen que firmar al comprar productos CD-ROM para uso en la biblioteca.
    Ex. These nocturnal rampages by gangs of werewolves included chasing women, eating prodigiously, being splattered with mud, and caterwauling generally.
    Ex. They use indigenous plants that grow wild and plentifully near their homes.
    * * *
    = in plenty, liberally, in abundance, exuberantly, in profusion, aplenty [a-plenty], prodigiously, plentifully

    Ex: Power supply requirements although needed in plenty as suggested before are normally quite basic.

    Ex: Normal telephones should be liberally supplied although shared lines are feasible.
    Ex: Concerned, thoughtful, supportive, humorous -- all those traits lacking from the present boss he has in abundance.
    Ex: With few exceptions the new display types, which proliferated exuberantly during the first quarter of the century, were of three basic varieties.
    Ex: In fact, in recent years especially, exotic forms of bibliography have been spawned in profusion in Britain, North America and Western Europe.
    Ex: The article 'CD-ROM licenses: pitfalls aplenty!' advises how to deal with the licenses which subscribers are required to sign on purchase of CD-ROM products for use in libraries = El artículo "Las licencias de CD-ROM: ¡dificultades a montón!" aconseja cómo negociar las licencias que los suscriptores tienen que firmar al comprar productos CD-ROM para uso en la biblioteca.
    Ex: These nocturnal rampages by gangs of werewolves included chasing women, eating prodigiously, being splattered with mud, and caterwauling generally.
    Ex: They use indigenous plants that grow wild and plentifully near their homes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en abundancia

  • 5 engendrar

    v.
    1 to conceive (hijo, idea).
    2 to give rise to.
    la falta de cariño engendra inseguridad lack of affection gives rise to insecurity
    3 to beget, to create, to bring into existence, to give birth to.
    Ellas crean criaturas raras They create weird creatures.
    4 to generate, to breed.
    5 to spawn, to breed.
    * * *
    1 to engender, beget
    2 figurado to generate, give rise to
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    verb
    1) to beget, father
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    VT
    1) (Bio) to beget, breed
    2) (Mat) to generate
    3) [+ problemas, situación] to cause
    * * *
    verbo transitivo < hijos> to father; <odio/sospecha> to breed, engender (frml)
    * * *
    = breed, engender, spawn, beget, birth, give + birth to.
    Ex. The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.
    Ex. In addition to problems with new subjects which lacked 'accepted' or established names, this guiding principle engendered inconsistency in the form of headings.
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex. This means that citations do not automatically beget more citations.
    Ex. This 'civilization' has reached the pinnacle of its development, because it has birthed the seeds of its own transformation.
    Ex. By way of illustration: it is the machine's habit to perform remarkable feats, such as augmenting western musical heritage with the discovery that the eighteenth century gave birth to two contemporary composers.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo < hijos> to father; <odio/sospecha> to breed, engender (frml)
    * * *
    = breed, engender, spawn, beget, birth, give + birth to.

    Ex: The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.

    Ex: In addition to problems with new subjects which lacked 'accepted' or established names, this guiding principle engendered inconsistency in the form of headings.
    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex: This means that citations do not automatically beget more citations.
    Ex: This 'civilization' has reached the pinnacle of its development, because it has birthed the seeds of its own transformation.
    Ex: By way of illustration: it is the machine's habit to perform remarkable feats, such as augmenting western musical heritage with the discovery that the eighteenth century gave birth to two contemporary composers.

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    engendrar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹hijos› to father
    2 ‹odio/sospecha› to breed, engender ( frml)
    experiencias que engendran traumas y resentimientos experiences that produce o ( frml) engender traumas and feelings of resentment
    ese episodio engendró la duda en él that incident sowed the seeds of doubt in his mind
    * * *

    engendrar ( conjugate engendrar) verbo transitivo hijos to father;
    odio/sospecha to breed, engender (frml)
    engendrar verbo transitivo
    1 Biol to engender
    2 (dar lugar, provocar) to give rise to, cause: la mentira engendra otros males, lying only makes things worse
    ' engendrar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    breed
    - father
    - procreate
    - spawn
    - beget
    * * *
    1. [hijo, cría] to conceive
    2. [proyecto, idea] to conceive (of)
    3. [sentimiento, sensación, duda] to give rise to, to engender;
    [situación, conflicto, problema] to give rise to, to cause;
    la falta de cariño engendra inseguridad lack of affection gives rise to insecurity;
    engendró un clima de miedo y desconfianza it gave rise to o engendered an atmosphere of fear and distrust
    * * *
    v/t father; fig
    breed, engender
    * * *
    1) : to beget, to father
    2) : to give rise to, to engender

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  • 6 gran cantidad de

    (n.) = large crop of, mass of
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex. There is a new profession of trail blazers, those who find delight in the task of establishing useful trails through the enourmous mass of records.
    * * *
    (n.) = large crop of, mass of

    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.

    Ex: There is a new profession of trail blazers, those who find delight in the task of establishing useful trails through the enourmous mass of records.

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  • 7 originar

    v.
    1 to cause.
    2 to originate, to bring about, to begin, to cause.
    Esa actitud origina problemas That attitude originates trouble.
    3 to be brought about to, to be originated to, to be caused to.
    Se les originó un problema A problem was brought about to them.
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    1 to cause, give rise to
    1 to originate
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    verb
    * * *
    1.
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to start, give rise to
    2.
    originarse v pron idea/costumbre to originate; movimiento to start, come into being, originate; incendio/disputa to start
    * * *
    = spawn.
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    ----
    * originarse = come, source.
    * originarse en = date back to + Expresión Temporal, originate (from), date from + Expresión Temporal.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to start, give rise to
    2.
    originarse v pron idea/costumbre to originate; movimiento to start, come into being, originate; incendio/disputa to start
    * * *

    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.

    * originarse = come, source.
    * originarse en = date back to + Expresión Temporal, originate (from), date from + Expresión Temporal.

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    originar [A1 ]
    vt
    ‹conflicto› to start, be the source of, give rise to, spark off; ‹debate› to start, give rise to, spark off
    «idea/costumbre» to originate; «movimiento» to start, come into being, originate; «incendio/disputa» to start
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    originar ( conjugate originar) verbo transitivo
    to start, give rise to
    originarse verbo pronominal [idea/costumbre] to originate;
    [ movimiento] to start, come into being, originate;
    [incendio/disputa] to start
    originar verbo transitivo to cause, give rise to: su error originó una tragedia, her mistake resulted in tragedy
    ' originar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    dimanar
    - suscitar
    English:
    originate
    - start
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    vt
    [conflicto, problema] to give rise to, to cause; [discusión, incendio, epidemia] to start; [crisis] to spark (off), to precipitate
    * * *
    v/t give rise to
    * * *
    : to originate, to give rise to
    * * *
    originar vb to cause / to lead to [pt. & pp. led]

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  • 8 prestar atención

    v.
    to pay attention, to take notice, to give attention, to heed.
    María se fijó muy bien Mary paid attention very well.
    * * *
    to pay attention (a, to)
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = follow up, heed, receive + attention, mind, devote + attention, pay + heed, take + notice, give + (some) thought to, follow through, look out for, lend + an ear, prick (up) + Posesivo + ears, Posesivo + antennas + go up
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex. Such variations also make it difficult for a cataloguer inserting a new heading for local use to discern the principles which should be heeded in the construction of such a heading.
    Ex. The formation of mould on paper and book-bindings is a long-standing problem, the nature of which has received little attention.
    Ex. They see people as marked by one particular attribute, cleverness, or kindness, or strictness, or being a good shot, and they mind whether things are right or wrong.
    Ex. The cataloger, by being relieved of the onerous clerical burden of reorganizing the catalog, is free to devote professional attention to making the catalog a more responsive and useful tool.
    Ex. Unless we believe we can do all this unaided, then we had better pay heed to literature.
    Ex. Successful displays depend on two main ingredients: selection from the vast number of possible titles; and attractive layout, so that people will take notice of the books and want to know more about them.
    Ex. I encourage the reader to give thought to the longer case studies that have appeared in the library press.
    Ex. The approach used is to follow through the decision making processes which underpin the successful introduction of any service.
    Ex. Panellists presented the criteria they adopted and features they looked out for when selecting a library automation system.
    Ex. Secondly, the teacher should just ' lend an ear' and not actively take part in the discussion.
    Ex. The dog sat at the bedside, now eyeing his master with a wistful look, and now pricking his ears, and uttering a low growl.
    Ex. As lesbians, our antennas went up, and we wondered why this guy wanted to know how many bedrooms we had.
    * * *
    (n.) = follow up, heed, receive + attention, mind, devote + attention, pay + heed, take + notice, give + (some) thought to, follow through, look out for, lend + an ear, prick (up) + Posesivo + ears, Posesivo + antennas + go up

    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.

    Ex: Such variations also make it difficult for a cataloguer inserting a new heading for local use to discern the principles which should be heeded in the construction of such a heading.
    Ex: The formation of mould on paper and book-bindings is a long-standing problem, the nature of which has received little attention.
    Ex: They see people as marked by one particular attribute, cleverness, or kindness, or strictness, or being a good shot, and they mind whether things are right or wrong.
    Ex: The cataloger, by being relieved of the onerous clerical burden of reorganizing the catalog, is free to devote professional attention to making the catalog a more responsive and useful tool.
    Ex: Unless we believe we can do all this unaided, then we had better pay heed to literature.
    Ex: Successful displays depend on two main ingredients: selection from the vast number of possible titles; and attractive layout, so that people will take notice of the books and want to know more about them.
    Ex: I encourage the reader to give thought to the longer case studies that have appeared in the library press.
    Ex: The approach used is to follow through the decision making processes which underpin the successful introduction of any service.
    Ex: Panellists presented the criteria they adopted and features they looked out for when selecting a library automation system.
    Ex: Secondly, the teacher should just ' lend an ear' and not actively take part in the discussion.
    Ex: The dog sat at the bedside, now eyeing his master with a wistful look, and now pricking his ears, and uttering a low growl.
    Ex: As lesbians, our antennas went up, and we wondered why this guy wanted to know how many bedrooms we had.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prestar atención

  • 9 producir

    v.
    1 to produce (producto, sonido).
    Los carbohidratos producen energía Carbohydrates produce energy.
    Los golpes producen lesiones The blows produce injury.
    Ellos producen galletas They produce cookies.
    El campo produce manzanas The field produces apples.
    2 to cause, to give rise to.
    tu actuación me produce tristeza your conduct makes me very sad
    3 to yield, to bear.
    este negocio produce grandes pérdidas this business is making huge losses
    4 to produce (Cine & television).
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ CONDUCIR], like link=conducir conducir
    1 (gen) to produce
    2 (causar) to cause
    3 (cosecha, fruto) to yield
    1 to happen
    \
    producir en cadena to mass-produce
    * * *
    verb
    1) to produce, yield
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ cereales, fruta, petróleo] to produce
    2) (=fabricar) [+ aceite, coche] to produce, make; [+ electricidad, energía] to produce, generate

    esta factoría ha producido cinco mil vehículos en un mesthis factory has turned out o produced o made five thousand vehicles in a month

    3) [+ cambio, efecto, herida, daños] to cause

    ¿qué impresión te produjo? — what impression did it make on you?

    4) (Econ) [+ interés] to yield; [+ beneficio] to yield, generate

    mis ahorros me producen un interés anual del 5% — my savings yield an annual interest of 5%

    5) (=crear) [+ novela, cuadro] to produce
    6) (Cine, TV) to produce
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) región/país <trigo/tomates/vino> to produce; < petróleo> to produce; persona <trigo/tomates> to produce, grow; <aceite/vino> to produce, make
    b) ( manufacturar) to produce, make
    c) <electricidad/calor/energía> to produce, generate
    d) < sonido> to cause, generate
    2) (Com, Fin) < beneficios> to produce, generate, yield; < pérdidas> to cause, result in
    3) <película/programa> to produce
    4) ( causar) <conmoción/reacción/explosión> to cause
    2.
    producirse v pron
    1) (frml) ( tener lugar) accidente/explosión to occur (frml), to take place; cambio to occur (frml), to happen

    se produjeron 85 muertes — there were 85 deaths, 85 people died o were killed

    2) (refl) (frml) < heridas> to inflict... on oneself (frml)
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    = author, breed, deliver, generate, get out, give + birth to, output, produce, result (in), spawn, turn out, yield, throw up, effect, realise [realize, -USA], put out, crank out, bring about.
    Ex. Note that these provisions do not include research reports which have been prepared within a government agency but specifically authored by an individual = Nótese que estas disposiciones no afectan a informes de investigaciones procedentes de una agencia gubernamental aunque realizados concretamente por un individuo.
    Ex. The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.
    Ex. The result could be termed a full-provision data base -- a data base including both text and reference, and delivering much more than the 2 added together.
    Ex. Human indexers sometimes make inappropriate judgements, misinterpret ideas, have lapses of memory or concentration, and generate omissions and inconsistencies in their indexing.
    Ex. I suspect that this emphasis reflects the desire to have a simple rule that everybody can apply and therefore get out cataloging data quickly and cheaply.
    Ex. By way of illustration: it is the machine's habit to perform remarkable feats, such as augmenting western musical heritage with the discovery that the eighteenth century gave birth to two contemporary composers.
    Ex. The search profile will only be modified periodically as the quality of the set of notifications output from the search drops to unacceptable levels.
    Ex. The present OCLC system does not produce catalog cards in sets, but if it did it could produce over 6,000 different sets for one title.
    Ex. Objective 1 results in what is known as a direct catalogue, because it gives direct access to a specific document.
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex. Once it is available, duplicates in large quantities could probably be turned out for a cent apiece beyond the cost of materials.
    Ex. This mixture of approaches is designed to yield maximum retrieval for as many users as possible by combining the different strengths of controlled and natural language indexing.
    Ex. Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
    Ex. Historically, the main reasons for unionization have been to effect better wages, fringe benefits, and working conditions.
    Ex. Librarians, information scientists, and keepers of the archives have to realise the meaning of the so-called electronic library (e-library).
    Ex. When such a happy occurrence takes place the publisher can put out extra impressions and can publish (or sell the rights for) a paperback edition for a larger market.
    Ex. Because we have an automated system we can crank out weeding lists on different criteria.
    Ex. Untruth brings about ill reputation and indignity.
    ----
    * cambio + producirse = change + come about.
    * catástrofe + producirse = disaster + strike.
    * hacer que se produzca una situación = bring about + situation.
    * hacer que se produzca un resultado = bring about + result.
    * producir aglomeraciones = cause + crowding.
    * producir beneficios = reap + dividends, render + returns, achieve + returns, pay + dividends, return + dividends.
    * producir caos = cause + chaos.
    * producir con gran destreza = craft.
    * producir desesperación = yield + despair.
    * producir dividendos = pay + dividends, return + dividends.
    * producir dudas = make + Nombre + doubt.
    * producir el rendimiento máximo = come into + Posesivo + own.
    * producir en abundancia = churn out, knock out.
    * producir hostilidad = arouse + hostility.
    * producir resultado = yield + result.
    * producir resultados = produce + results, bring + results.
    * producirse caos = chaos + result, chaos + arise.
    * producirse un cúmulo de circunstancias que = circumstances + converge.
    * producir un cambio = effect + change, produce + change, trigger + change.
    * que produce ansiedad = anxiety-producing.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) región/país <trigo/tomates/vino> to produce; < petróleo> to produce; persona <trigo/tomates> to produce, grow; <aceite/vino> to produce, make
    b) ( manufacturar) to produce, make
    c) <electricidad/calor/energía> to produce, generate
    d) < sonido> to cause, generate
    2) (Com, Fin) < beneficios> to produce, generate, yield; < pérdidas> to cause, result in
    3) <película/programa> to produce
    4) ( causar) <conmoción/reacción/explosión> to cause
    2.
    producirse v pron
    1) (frml) ( tener lugar) accidente/explosión to occur (frml), to take place; cambio to occur (frml), to happen

    se produjeron 85 muertes — there were 85 deaths, 85 people died o were killed

    2) (refl) (frml) < heridas> to inflict... on oneself (frml)
    * * *
    = author, breed, deliver, generate, get out, give + birth to, output, produce, result (in), spawn, turn out, yield, throw up, effect, realise [realize, -USA], put out, crank out, bring about.

    Ex: Note that these provisions do not include research reports which have been prepared within a government agency but specifically authored by an individual = Nótese que estas disposiciones no afectan a informes de investigaciones procedentes de una agencia gubernamental aunque realizados concretamente por un individuo.

    Ex: The dependence on bosses for recognition, rewards, and advancement breeds an artificiality of relationship, a need to be polite and agreeable.
    Ex: The result could be termed a full-provision data base -- a data base including both text and reference, and delivering much more than the 2 added together.
    Ex: Human indexers sometimes make inappropriate judgements, misinterpret ideas, have lapses of memory or concentration, and generate omissions and inconsistencies in their indexing.
    Ex: I suspect that this emphasis reflects the desire to have a simple rule that everybody can apply and therefore get out cataloging data quickly and cheaply.
    Ex: By way of illustration: it is the machine's habit to perform remarkable feats, such as augmenting western musical heritage with the discovery that the eighteenth century gave birth to two contemporary composers.
    Ex: The search profile will only be modified periodically as the quality of the set of notifications output from the search drops to unacceptable levels.
    Ex: The present OCLC system does not produce catalog cards in sets, but if it did it could produce over 6,000 different sets for one title.
    Ex: Objective 1 results in what is known as a direct catalogue, because it gives direct access to a specific document.
    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex: Once it is available, duplicates in large quantities could probably be turned out for a cent apiece beyond the cost of materials.
    Ex: This mixture of approaches is designed to yield maximum retrieval for as many users as possible by combining the different strengths of controlled and natural language indexing.
    Ex: Demands from clients will often throw up an occurrence of similar problems, revealing perhaps the operation of an injustice, the lack of an amenity in the neighbourhood, or simply bureaucratic inefficiency.
    Ex: Historically, the main reasons for unionization have been to effect better wages, fringe benefits, and working conditions.
    Ex: Librarians, information scientists, and keepers of the archives have to realise the meaning of the so-called electronic library (e-library).
    Ex: When such a happy occurrence takes place the publisher can put out extra impressions and can publish (or sell the rights for) a paperback edition for a larger market.
    Ex: Because we have an automated system we can crank out weeding lists on different criteria.
    Ex: Untruth brings about ill reputation and indignity.
    * cambio + producirse = change + come about.
    * catástrofe + producirse = disaster + strike.
    * hacer que se produzca una situación = bring about + situation.
    * hacer que se produzca un resultado = bring about + result.
    * producir aglomeraciones = cause + crowding.
    * producir beneficios = reap + dividends, render + returns, achieve + returns, pay + dividends, return + dividends.
    * producir caos = cause + chaos.
    * producir con gran destreza = craft.
    * producir desesperación = yield + despair.
    * producir dividendos = pay + dividends, return + dividends.
    * producir dudas = make + Nombre + doubt.
    * producir el rendimiento máximo = come into + Posesivo + own.
    * producir en abundancia = churn out, knock out.
    * producir hostilidad = arouse + hostility.
    * producir resultado = yield + result.
    * producir resultados = produce + results, bring + results.
    * producirse caos = chaos + result, chaos + arise.
    * producirse un cúmulo de circunstancias que = circumstances + converge.
    * producir un cambio = effect + change, produce + change, trigger + change.
    * que produce ansiedad = anxiety-producing.

    * * *
    producir [I6 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹trigo/tomates› to produce, grow; ‹petróleo› to produce; ‹aceite/vino› to produce, make
    2 (manufacturar) to produce, make
    esta fábrica produce 300 coches a la semana this factory produces o makes o manufactures o turns out 300 cars a week
    3 ‹electricidad/calor/energía› to produce, generate
    4 ‹sonido› to produce, cause, generate
    B
    1 ( Com, Fin) ‹beneficios› to produce, generate, yield; ‹pérdidas› to cause, give rise to, result in
    2 «país/club» ‹artista/deportista› to produce
    C ‹película/programa› to produce
    D
    (causar): estas declaraciones produjeron una gran conmoción these statements caused a great stir
    le produjo una gran alegría it made her very happy
    me produjo muy buena impresión I was very impressed with her
    la pomada le produjo un sarpullido the ointment caused a rash o brought her out in a rash
    ver cómo la trata me produce náuseas it makes me sick to see how he treats her
    A ( frml) (tener lugar) «accidente/explosión» to occur ( frml), to take place; «cambio» to occur ( frml), to happen
    se produjeron varios incidentes several incidents occurred o took place
    se produjeron 85 muertes there were 85 deaths, 85 people died o were killed
    durante la operación de rescate se produjeron momentos de histerismo there were moments of panic during the rescue operation
    se ha producido una notable mejora there has been a great improvement
    B ( refl) ( frml); ‹heridas› to inflict … on oneself ( frml)
    se produjo heridas con un objeto cortante she cut herself with o she inflicted wounds on herself with a sharp object
    disparó el arma produciéndose la muerte instantánea he fired the gun, killing himself instantly
    se produjo varias fracturas al caerse he broke several bones o ( frml) incurred several fractures when he fell
    * * *

     

    producir ( conjugate producir) verbo transitivo
    1


    2 ( causar) ‹conmoción/reacción/explosión to cause;

    producirse verbo pronominal
    1 (frml) ( tener lugar) [accidente/explosión] to occur (frml), to take place;
    [ cambio] to occur (frml), to happen;
    se produjeron 85 muertes there were 85 deaths, 85 people died o were killed

    2 ( refl) (frml) ‹ heridasto inflict … on oneself (frml)
    producir verbo transitivo
    1 (bienes) to produce: las vacas producen leche, cows give milk
    2 (ocasionar, causar) el golpe le produjo una sordera crónica, he became chronically deaf as a result of the blow
    (sensaciones, efectos) to cause, generate: la noticia le produjo tristeza, the news made him sad
    3 (una obra artística o audiovisual) to produce
    ' producir' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    anquilosar
    - conmocionar
    - criar
    - dar
    - dejar
    - desencadenar
    - embotellar
    - hacer
    - marear
    - sacar
    - saber
    - surtir
    - traer
    - beneficio
    - descomponer
    - echar
    - picar
    - produje
    - rendir
    - serie
    English:
    bash out
    - breed
    - churn out
    - discontinue
    - emit
    - give
    - induce
    - nauseate
    - produce
    - throw up
    - turn out
    - yield
    - back
    - churn
    - commotion
    - create
    - net
    - phase
    - put
    - spawn
    * * *
    vt
    1. [productos agrícolas, recursos naturales] to produce;
    las abejas producen miel bees produce honey
    2. [manufacturar] to produce
    3. [generar] [calor, sonido] to produce
    4. [artista, campeón] to produce;
    un país que ha producido varios campeones mundiales a country which has produced several world champions
    5. [ocasionar] to cause, to give rise to;
    tu actuación me produce tristeza your conduct makes me very sad;
    un medicamento que produce náuseas a medicine which causes nausea;
    no me produjo muy buena impresión it didn't make a very good impression on me
    6. [interés] to yield, to bear;
    este negocio produce grandes pérdidas this business is making huge losses;
    la operación produjo muchas ganancias para el banco the transaction yielded substantial profits for the bank
    7. [en cine, televisión] to produce
    * * *
    v/t
    1 ( crear) produce
    2 ( causar) cause
    * * *
    producir {61} vt
    1) : to produce, to make, to manufacture
    2) : to cause, to bring about
    3) : to bear (interest)
    * * *
    1. (elaborar) to produce
    2. (causar) to cause / to make

    Spanish-English dictionary > producir

  • 10 seguir la pista

    (v.) = follow up, track, follow through, shadow, track down
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex. The index fields are used for tracking annual indexes.
    Ex. The approach used is to follow through the decision making processes which underpin the successful introduction of any service.
    Ex. This article describes the time spent by a bookseller in a publishing environment shadowing a publisher's representative.
    Ex. In stepping away from the genre's glamorous robberies and flashy lifestyle, this stealthy, potent movie tracks down the British gangster icon to its inevitable end.
    * * *
    (v.) = follow up, track, follow through, shadow, track down

    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.

    Ex: The index fields are used for tracking annual indexes.
    Ex: The approach used is to follow through the decision making processes which underpin the successful introduction of any service.
    Ex: This article describes the time spent by a bookseller in a publishing environment shadowing a publisher's representative.
    Ex: In stepping away from the genre's glamorous robberies and flashy lifestyle, this stealthy, potent movie tracks down the British gangster icon to its inevitable end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > seguir la pista

  • 11 seguir la trayectoria

    (v.) = follow up, follow through
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex. The approach used is to follow through the decision making processes which underpin the successful introduction of any service.
    * * *
    (v.) = follow up, follow through

    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.

    Ex: The approach used is to follow through the decision making processes which underpin the successful introduction of any service.

    Spanish-English dictionary > seguir la trayectoria

  • 12 un grupo de

    = a set of, a bunch of, a crop of, a pool of, a cadre of, a cluster of, a galaxy of, a clutch of, a company of
    Ex. A bibliographic data base comprises a set of records which refer to documents.
    Ex. So I feel, in Mr. Kilgour's behalf, that everybody should understand that OCLC is a bunch of individuals.
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex. This article describes the simulation of a nearest neighbour searching algorithm for document retrieval using a pool of microprocessors.
    Ex. He has recruited a well-trained cadre of professional local government officials.
    Ex. Each test involves obtaining a cluster of about five documents known on some grounds to be related in subject matter, and retrieving their descriptors from at least two data bases.
    Ex. The article ' a galaxy of rustling stars: places on the web and other library and information paths for the deaf' discusses the potential of the World Wide Web (WWW) as a source of information for deaf users.
    Ex. The article 'Flying starts' features a clutch of 7 new and promising authors and illustrators on the children's book scene this year.
    Ex. And like any group, any clan, a company of children is cemented together by shared interests, which we frequently recognize as 'crazes'.
    * * *
    = a set of, a bunch of, a crop of, a pool of, a cadre of, a cluster of, a galaxy of, a clutch of, a company of

    Ex: A bibliographic data base comprises a set of records which refer to documents.

    Ex: So I feel, in Mr. Kilgour's behalf, that everybody should understand that OCLC is a bunch of individuals.
    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex: This article describes the simulation of a nearest neighbour searching algorithm for document retrieval using a pool of microprocessors.
    Ex: He has recruited a well-trained cadre of professional local government officials.
    Ex: Each test involves obtaining a cluster of about five documents known on some grounds to be related in subject matter, and retrieving their descriptors from at least two data bases.
    Ex: The article ' a galaxy of rustling stars: places on the web and other library and information paths for the deaf' discusses the potential of the World Wide Web (WWW) as a source of information for deaf users.
    Ex: The article 'Flying starts' features a clutch of 7 new and promising authors and illustrators on the children's book scene this year.
    Ex: And like any group, any clan, a company of children is cemented together by shared interests, which we frequently recognize as 'crazes'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > un grupo de

  • 13 virilidad

    f.
    virility.
    * * *
    1 virility
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=cualidad) virility, manliness
    2) (=estado) manhood
    * * *
    femenino virility
    * * *
    = virility, manhood, manliness.
    Ex. The significance and virility of this approach can be measured by the large body of ancillary works which have been spawned by the basic text.
    Ex. This article describes the exploration of Japanese boyhood, manhood and masculine values contained in Kazumi Yumoto's novel 'The Friends'.
    Ex. She walked into the tavern and started mouthing off about my less than exemplary manliness.
    * * *
    femenino virility
    * * *
    = virility, manhood, manliness.

    Ex: The significance and virility of this approach can be measured by the large body of ancillary works which have been spawned by the basic text.

    Ex: This article describes the exploration of Japanese boyhood, manhood and masculine values contained in Kazumi Yumoto's novel 'The Friends'.
    Ex: She walked into the tavern and started mouthing off about my less than exemplary manliness.

    * * *
    virility
    * * *

    virilidad sustantivo femenino
    virility
    virilidad sustantivo femenino virility, manliness
    ' virilidad' also found in these entries:
    English:
    manhood
    - manliness
    - virility
    * * *
    virility
    * * *
    f virility, manliness; edad manhood

    Spanish-English dictionary > virilidad

  • 14 desovado

    adj.
    spawned.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: desovar.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desovado

См. также в других словарях:

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