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  • 81 actitud resignada

    Ex. This paper gives examples of 'problem patrons' and violent encounters experienced by librarians, especially in the audiovisual room, and the resigned attitude of library management.
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    Ex: This paper gives examples of 'problem patrons' and violent encounters experienced by librarians, especially in the audiovisual room, and the resigned attitude of library management.

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  • 82 actitud sensata y recta

    Ex. Her first hint that all was not well was with the sudden appearance of Consuelo Feng, whose no-nonsensen approach to her job was emphasized by the emphactic clicks of her heels along the highly polished terrazzo floors.
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    Ex: Her first hint that all was not well was with the sudden appearance of Consuelo Feng, whose no-nonsensen approach to her job was emphasized by the emphactic clicks of her heels along the highly polished terrazzo floors.

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  • 83 actitud sexista

    Ex. His director being a woman he views her with a mixture of sexist attitudes and resigned acceptance.
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    Ex: His director being a woman he views her with a mixture of sexist attitudes and resigned acceptance.

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  • 84 actitud social

    f.
    social attitude.
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    Ex. Modern discussion centered around film and TV has interrogated more profoundly the social attitudes and theories which lie behind the concept of the creative author.
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    Ex: Modern discussion centered around film and TV has interrogated more profoundly the social attitudes and theories which lie behind the concept of the creative author.

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  • 85 adoptar una actitud

    (v.) = adopt + outlook, adopt + attitude, take + role
    Ex. Yet, in its own way, the press was taking the lead in putting pressure on the Community to adopt a more practical outlook, and by so doing kept the subject alive in the minds of the public.
    Ex. The implications are that as resources are become scarcer, librarians will need to adopt more forceful attitudes.
    Ex. Employers should take a preventive role in protecting women's general health, for example, screening women workers for cervical cancer.
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    (v.) = adopt + outlook, adopt + attitude, take + role

    Ex: Yet, in its own way, the press was taking the lead in putting pressure on the Community to adopt a more practical outlook, and by so doing kept the subject alive in the minds of the public.

    Ex: The implications are that as resources are become scarcer, librarians will need to adopt more forceful attitudes.
    Ex: Employers should take a preventive role in protecting women's general health, for example, screening women workers for cervical cancer.

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  • 86 cambiar de actitud

    (v.) = change + attitude
    Ex. Ironically, Weber later changed his attitude and stated that 'a passion for bureaucracy is enough to drive one to despair'.
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    (v.) = change + attitude

    Ex: Ironically, Weber later changed his attitude and stated that 'a passion for bureaucracy is enough to drive one to despair'.

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  • 87 cambio de actitud

    (n.) = change in attitude, change of heart
    Ex. If librarians would calmly and publicly and increasingly lay claim to this area as their professional domain, they would gradually bring about the change in attitude that many desire to see.
    Ex. It does not seem to me to be a nine days wonder but a fundamental change of heart that is rejuvenating traditional reference services which have done sterling service over the years.
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    (n.) = change in attitude, change of heart

    Ex: If librarians would calmly and publicly and increasingly lay claim to this area as their professional domain, they would gradually bring about the change in attitude that many desire to see.

    Ex: It does not seem to me to be a nine days wonder but a fundamental change of heart that is rejuvenating traditional reference services which have done sterling service over the years.

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  • 88 con una actitud crítica

    Ex. The author considers the potential of the Internet as a medium for education and teaching with a critical eye and concludes that some of the assumptions about online learning are highly suspect.
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    Ex: The author considers the potential of the Internet as a medium for education and teaching with a critical eye and concludes that some of the assumptions about online learning are highly suspect.

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  • 89 con una actitud de

    Ex. Librarians seemed to feel that they enjoyed a mandate from God to enlighten the immigrant and went about their various tasks in a spirit of authoritarianism that reminds one of the 'moral stewardship' of an earlier generation of librarians.
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    Ex: Librarians seemed to feel that they enjoyed a mandate from God to enlighten the immigrant and went about their various tasks in a spirit of authoritarianism that reminds one of the 'moral stewardship' of an earlier generation of librarians.

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  • 90 con una actitud de superioridad

    (adj.) = snooty
    Ex. Researchers expect librarians to be factually knowledgeable, welcoming, helpful and supportive rather than 'weird', ' snooty' or 'easily antagonized'.
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    (adj.) = snooty

    Ex: Researchers expect librarians to be factually knowledgeable, welcoming, helpful and supportive rather than 'weird', ' snooty' or 'easily antagonized'.

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  • 91 con una actitud desafiante

    Ex. 'This is an order then,' she said defiantly, 'even though I'm supposedly in charge of pages'.
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    Ex: 'This is an order then,' she said defiantly, 'even though I'm supposedly in charge of pages'.

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  • 92 de actitud

    (adj.) = attitudinal
    Ex. The two cases perhaps indicate the beginning of attitudinal changes in awards administrators which will give parity of esteem to information-driven programmes.
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    (adj.) = attitudinal

    Ex: The two cases perhaps indicate the beginning of attitudinal changes in awards administrators which will give parity of esteem to information-driven programmes.

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  • 93 escuchar con una actitud abierta

    (v.) = lend + a sympathetic ear to
    Ex. Counselling requires much more time and in-depth probing, although it can at one extreme cover simply the act of lending a sympathetic ear to clients who, in externalizing their problems, may thus be better able to face them and arrive at a solution.
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    (v.) = lend + a sympathetic ear to

    Ex: Counselling requires much more time and in-depth probing, although it can at one extreme cover simply the act of lending a sympathetic ear to clients who, in externalizing their problems, may thus be better able to face them and arrive at a solution.

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  • 94 mantener una actitud

    (v.) = hold + attitude
    Ex. This article examines whether there are significant differences in the member profiles, in the work they do, in the money they earn, or in the attitudes they hold.
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    (v.) = hold + attitude

    Ex: This article examines whether there are significant differences in the member profiles, in the work they do, in the money they earn, or in the attitudes they hold.

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  • 95 mantener una actitud abierta

    Ex. The mother, a little afraid and expecting the worst, was unsettled, despite all her efforts to be open-minded, by her preconceptions not only about the drug but about the rights and wrongs of the position she had put herself into.
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    Ex: The mother, a little afraid and expecting the worst, was unsettled, despite all her efforts to be open-minded, by her preconceptions not only about the drug but about the rights and wrongs of the position she had put herself into.

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  • 96 obrar (contra)

    (v.) = take + action (against)
    Ex. Measures to prevent such incidents include fitting burglar alarms in libraries and taking quick and decisive action against troublesome users.

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  • 97 obrar con astucia

    (v.) = finesse
    Ex. The story of the postwar diner suggests some ways that purveyors of consumer commodities finessed and exploited emergent social dislocations in the drive to expand and diversify markets.
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    (v.) = finesse

    Ex: The story of the postwar diner suggests some ways that purveyors of consumer commodities finessed and exploited emergent social dislocations in the drive to expand and diversify markets.

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  • 98 obrar con cautela

    (v.) = play it + safe
    Ex. Barack Obama is playing it safe in the final week of the election, but his Achilles' heel might be taxes.
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    (v.) = play it + safe

    Ex: Barack Obama is playing it safe in the final week of the election, but his Achilles' heel might be taxes.

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  • 99 obrar de buena fe

    (v.) = act in + good faith
    Ex. A defendant acts in good faith when he has an honest belief that his actions will not result in severe pain or suffering.
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    (v.) = act in + good faith

    Ex: A defendant acts in good faith when he has an honest belief that his actions will not result in severe pain or suffering.

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  • 100 obrar en conciencia

    (v.) = act in + good conscience
    Ex. It is also important to recognize that a person can act in good conscience and still be wrong, but without sin.
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    (v.) = act in + good conscience

    Ex: It is also important to recognize that a person can act in good conscience and still be wrong, but without sin.

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См. также в других словарях:

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  • Adolf Hitler — «Hitler» redirige aquí. Para otras acepciones, véase Hitler (desambiguación). Adolf Hitler Retrato oficial de Adolf Hitler en la cancillería, 1933 …   Wikipedia Español

  • Carl Gustav Jung — «Jung» redirige aquí. Para otras acepciones, véase Jung (desambiguación). Carl Gustav Jung …   Wikipedia Español

  • Proceso de Reorganización Nacional — Primera Junta Militar, de izquierda a derecha: Emilio Massera, Jorge Videla y Orlando Agosti. Contexto del acontecimiento …   Wikipedia Español


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