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  • 381 entre las dos y las cuatro

    Ex. A chilly, rain-soaked day can make a class unpleasantly irritable by mid-afternoon.
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    Ex: A chilly, rain-soaked day can make a class unpleasantly irritable by mid-afternoon.

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  • 382 entre las páginas de

    Ex. I treasure the note sent by a reader to a publisher which said ' between the covers of your books I can ignore the TV, transistors, politics, and the weather'.
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    Ex: I treasure the note sent by a reader to a publisher which said ' between the covers of your books I can ignore the TV, transistors, politics, and the weather'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre las páginas de

  • 383 entre los miembros de la familia

    Ex. Last year, we introduced americaslibrary.gov an interactive and child-friendly educational Website to promote intergenerational reading and storytelling.
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    Ex: Last year, we introduced americaslibrary.gov an interactive and child-friendly educational Website to promote intergenerational reading and storytelling.

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  • 384 entre los vivos

    = land of the living, the
    Ex. This is a review article on a book by Stephen M. Borish ' The Land of the Living'.
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    = land of the living, the

    Ex: This is a review article on a book by Stephen M. Borish ' The Land of the Living'.

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  • 385 entre manos

    = at hand, in hand
    Ex. First, it guarantees that the form already in the catalog and the one to be added for the document at hand are identical, thus ensuring a consistent catalog.
    Ex. It shows a military soldier in full gear with gas mask on and weapon in hand standing near a strip of deserted road.
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    = at hand, in hand

    Ex: First, it guarantees that the form already in the catalog and the one to be added for the document at hand are identical, thus ensuring a consistent catalog.

    Ex: It shows a military soldier in full gear with gas mask on and weapon in hand standing near a strip of deserted road.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre manos

  • 386 entre medias

    Ex. The reason for this is that the qualifier, Public Libraries, is randomly distributed depending on whether other facets are cited in between.
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    Ex: The reason for this is that the qualifier, Public Libraries, is randomly distributed depending on whether other facets are cited in between.

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  • 387 entre nosotros

    adv.
    between you and me, between ourselves, inter nos.
    * * *
    = with us, between you and me, between ourselves
    Ex. The Universal Decimal Classification was the result and it remains with us as the most lasting contribution to bibliographic control.
    Ex. That's why it's also correct to to keep the secret ' between you and me'.
    Ex. Just between ourselves - and please, not a word to anyone -- this is the new official web site, available now via your computer.
    * * *
    = with us, between you and me, between ourselves

    Ex: The Universal Decimal Classification was the result and it remains with us as the most lasting contribution to bibliographic control.

    Ex: That's why it's also correct to to keep the secret ' between you and me'.
    Ex: Just between ourselves - and please, not a word to anyone -- this is the new official web site, available now via your computer.

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  • 388 entre ordenadores

    Ex. The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model provides a framework in which a series of communications protocols can be developed for computer-to-computer networking.
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    Ex: The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference model provides a framework in which a series of communications protocols can be developed for computer-to-computer networking.

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  • 389 entre otras cosas

    = amongst other things, for one thing, inter alia, among other things
    Ex. The Bookseller is the weekly book trade newspaper which, amongst other things, forms the initial listing for Whitakers cumulative booklist.
    Ex. Actually, it's more than that; for one thing, it gives Lily chest congestion.
    Ex. A national bibliographic agency is the agency designated as having responsibility, inter alia, for establishing the authoritative form of names for its country's authors.
    Ex. The microcomputer also has, among other things, a clock device which synchronizes all the various high speed operations, so that they do not get out of step.
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    = amongst other things, for one thing, inter alia, among other things

    Ex: The Bookseller is the weekly book trade newspaper which, amongst other things, forms the initial listing for Whitakers cumulative booklist.

    Ex: Actually, it's more than that; for one thing, it gives Lily chest congestion.
    Ex: A national bibliographic agency is the agency designated as having responsibility, inter alia, for establishing the authoritative form of names for its country's authors.
    Ex: The microcomputer also has, among other things, a clock device which synchronizes all the various high speed operations, so that they do not get out of step.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre otras cosas

  • 390 entre otros

    adv.
    among others, inter alia.
    * * *
    = amongst others, among others
    Ex. The conference is known for its friendly atmosphere and welcomes developers and users of digital resources from, amongst others, universities, libraries, archives, and museums.
    Ex. Information retrieval is well represented, and there are headings for Religions and Religious buildings, Literature, Musical instruments and Drama, among others.
    * * *
    = amongst others, among others

    Ex: The conference is known for its friendly atmosphere and welcomes developers and users of digital resources from, amongst others, universities, libraries, archives, and museums.

    Ex: Information retrieval is well represented, and there are headings for Religions and Religious buildings, Literature, Musical instruments and Drama, among others.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre otros

  • 391 entre países

    adj.
    between countries, intercountry.
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    (adj.) = transfrontier, transborder, transnational, cross-country, cross-national [cross national], cross-border
    Ex. The associations have submitted both oral and written evidence to the European Communities on the transfrontier shipment of hazardous wastes.
    Ex. The relative fortunes of different national hosts, producers and data bases are considered and an attempt is made to characterise and quantify the transborder revenue flows which result.
    Ex. This article examines problems and practices relating to transborder data flows in the light of the growing trend to transnational venturing in the electronic information services sector.
    Ex. There is significant cross-country variation in these figures.
    Ex. This suggests an approach which includes cross-cultural as well as cross-national comparison.
    Ex. There are currently few examples of cross-border trading in English books but this looks set to change stimulated by the Internet and the euro.
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    (adj.) = transfrontier, transborder, transnational, cross-country, cross-national [cross national], cross-border

    Ex: The associations have submitted both oral and written evidence to the European Communities on the transfrontier shipment of hazardous wastes.

    Ex: The relative fortunes of different national hosts, producers and data bases are considered and an attempt is made to characterise and quantify the transborder revenue flows which result.
    Ex: This article examines problems and practices relating to transborder data flows in the light of the growing trend to transnational venturing in the electronic information services sector.
    Ex: There is significant cross-country variation in these figures.
    Ex: This suggests an approach which includes cross-cultural as well as cross-national comparison.
    Ex: There are currently few examples of cross-border trading in English books but this looks set to change stimulated by the Internet and the euro.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre países

  • 392 entre profesiones

    Ex. Analysis indicates that strikes were most likely to be successful if they did not involve cross-occupational alliances.
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    Ex: Analysis indicates that strikes were most likely to be successful if they did not involve cross-occupational alliances.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre profesiones

  • 393 entre regiones

    (adj.) = cross-regional, inter-regional [interregional]
    Ex. It is suggested that providing better conditions for private investment will deepen, rather than flatten, cross-regional differences.
    Ex. The aim was to create a model for speeding up the inter-regional supply of documents using appropriate new technologies.
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-regional, inter-regional [interregional]

    Ex: It is suggested that providing better conditions for private investment will deepen, rather than flatten, cross-regional differences.

    Ex: The aim was to create a model for speeding up the inter-regional supply of documents using appropriate new technologies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre regiones

  • 394 entre sí

    adv.
    among themselves, mutually, with each other, inter se.
    * * *
    Ex. Because this style of catalogue attempts to group documents which are related to each other by having the same author this type of catalogue is sometimes referred to as a bibliographic catalogue.
    * * *

    Ex: Because this style of catalogue attempts to group documents which are related to each other by having the same author this type of catalogue is sometimes referred to as a bibliographic catalogue.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre sí

  • 395 entre tres partes

    (adj.) = 3-party [three-party]
    Ex. The development and use of 3-party telecommunications (also known as operator-assisted computing) as a technique of delivering on-line services to remote users is described.
    * * *
    (adj.) = 3-party [three-party]

    Ex: The development and use of 3-party telecommunications (also known as operator-assisted computing) as a technique of delivering on-line services to remote users is described.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre tres partes

  • 396 entre tú y yo

    = between you and me, between ourselves
    Ex. That's why it's also correct to to keep the secret ' between you and me'.
    Ex. Just between ourselves - and please, not a word to anyone -- this is the new official web site, available now via your computer.
    * * *
    = between you and me, between ourselves

    Ex: That's why it's also correct to to keep the secret ' between you and me'.

    Ex: Just between ourselves - and please, not a word to anyone -- this is the new official web site, available now via your computer.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre tú y yo

  • 397 entre varias bibliotecas

    (adj.) = cross-library, cross-library
    Ex. We have built these consortia to manage cross-library acquisitions and facilitate sharing of materials.
    Ex. We have built these consortia to manage cross-library acquisitions and facilitate sharing of materials.
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-library, cross-library

    Ex: We have built these consortia to manage cross-library acquisitions and facilitate sharing of materials.

    Ex: We have built these consortia to manage cross-library acquisitions and facilitate sharing of materials.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre varias bibliotecas

  • 398 entre varias instituciones

    = inter-institutionally [interinstitutionally]
    Ex. The EUROVOC thesaurus is being developed inter-institutionally.
    * * *
    = inter-institutionally [interinstitutionally]

    Ex: The EUROVOC thesaurus is being developed inter-institutionally.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre varias instituciones

  • 399 entre varias lenguas

    (adj.) = cross-lingual
    Ex. Monolingual interrogation is insufficient in an increasing number of cases, resulting in the need for cross-lingual retrieval = Las consultas monolingües son insuficientes en un número de casos cada vez mayor, siendo necesario la recuperación en varias lenguas.
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-lingual

    Ex: Monolingual interrogation is insufficient in an increasing number of cases, resulting in the need for cross-lingual retrieval = Las consultas monolingües son insuficientes en un número de casos cada vez mayor, siendo necesario la recuperación en varias lenguas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre varias lenguas

  • 400 entre varios países

    (adj.) = multi-country [multicountry]
    Ex. In 1993, South Africa also became a member of the multi-country library consortium eIFL Direct.
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    (adj.) = multi-country [multicountry]

    Ex: In 1993, South Africa also became a member of the multi-country library consortium eIFL Direct.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre varios países

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