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superficial

  • 1 superficial

    adj.
    superficial (also figurative).
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    1 superficial
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    adj.
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    ADJ
    1) [herida] superficial, skin antes de s
    2) (=poco perceptible) [interés] superficial; [mirada] brief, perfunctory; [carácter] shallow; [medidas] surface antes de s
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    1) ( frívolo) < persona> superficial, shallow; <charla/comentario> superficial
    2) < herida> superficial; <marca/grieta> surface (before n)
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    = shallow [shallower -comp., shallowest -sup.], superficial, facile, sketchy [sketchier -comp., sketchiest -sup.], lightweight [light-weight], perfunctory, cosmetic, skin deep.
    Ex. Overall, a shallow view of life will produce a shallow penetration into experience.
    Ex. There is a distinct superficial similarity between a KWOC index and an index arranged under assigned or controlled subject headings.
    Ex. I guess Ms Lipow should be admired for coming into the lion's den and baiting it, but I find some of her arguments facile and superficial.
    Ex. I recently did a sketchy biography of Lucille Morsch and had to go back and read all the material on her career.
    Ex. David Niven's amusing but very lightweight autobiography 'The Moon's a Balloon' is an excellent example of this phenomenon and it was impossible for the original hardback publishers to forecast the tremendous success of this book.
    Ex. It really is distressing to observe in some libraries the casual and perfunctory way in which enquirers obviously seeking help are treated as persons.
    Ex. The author calls for more market research rather than just tinkering or applying fashionable cosmetic quick fixes.
    Ex. The article 'Beauty is still only skin deep' argues that in e-business it is what is beneath the surface that counts such as the integration of sales and order information with the production, stocking and delivery of the product or service.
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    * arteria temporal superficial = superficial temporal artery.
    * con heridas superficiales = superficially wounded.
    * de manera muy superficial = sketchily.
    * herida superficial = superficial wound.
    * tono superficial = light touch.
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    1) ( frívolo) < persona> superficial, shallow; <charla/comentario> superficial
    2) < herida> superficial; <marca/grieta> surface (before n)
    * * *
    = shallow [shallower -comp., shallowest -sup.], superficial, facile, sketchy [sketchier -comp., sketchiest -sup.], lightweight [light-weight], perfunctory, cosmetic, skin deep.

    Ex: Overall, a shallow view of life will produce a shallow penetration into experience.

    Ex: There is a distinct superficial similarity between a KWOC index and an index arranged under assigned or controlled subject headings.
    Ex: I guess Ms Lipow should be admired for coming into the lion's den and baiting it, but I find some of her arguments facile and superficial.
    Ex: I recently did a sketchy biography of Lucille Morsch and had to go back and read all the material on her career.
    Ex: David Niven's amusing but very lightweight autobiography 'The Moon's a Balloon' is an excellent example of this phenomenon and it was impossible for the original hardback publishers to forecast the tremendous success of this book.
    Ex: It really is distressing to observe in some libraries the casual and perfunctory way in which enquirers obviously seeking help are treated as persons.
    Ex: The author calls for more market research rather than just tinkering or applying fashionable cosmetic quick fixes.
    Ex: The article 'Beauty is still only skin deep' argues that in e-business it is what is beneath the surface that counts such as the integration of sales and order information with the production, stocking and delivery of the product or service.
    * arteria temporal superficial = superficial temporal artery.
    * con heridas superficiales = superficially wounded.
    * de manera muy superficial = sketchily.
    * herida superficial = superficial wound.
    * tono superficial = light touch.

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    A (frívolo) ‹persona› superficial, shallow; ‹charla/comentario› superficial
    B ‹herida› superficial; ‹marca/grieta› surface ( before n) estructura
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    superficial adjetivo
    1 ( frívolo) ‹ persona superficial, shallow;
    charla/comentario superficial
    2 herida superficial;
    marca/grieta surface ( before n)
    superficial adjetivo
    1 superficial
    una herida superficial, a superficial wound
    2 (una persona) pey superficial, shallow
    ' superficial' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    escarceo
    - somera
    - somero
    - vacía
    - vacío
    - vaguedad
    - hueco
    English:
    cursory
    - facile
    - flesh wound
    - glitter
    - lightweight
    - perfunctory
    - shallow
    - sketchy
    - skin-deep
    - superficial
    - surface
    - surface tension
    - casual
    - cosmetic
    - skin
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    1. [poco profundo] [capa, herida] superficial
    2. [frívolo] [persona, conversación] superficial
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    adj superficial, shallow
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    : superficial
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    superficial adj superficial

    Spanish-English dictionary > superficial

  • 2 superficial

    Diccionario geografía española-Inglés > superficial

  • 3 superficial

    • outward
    • skin-deep
    • superficial
    • vacuous

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > superficial

  • 4 somero

    • superficial

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > somero

См. также в других словарях:

  • Superficial — Su per*fi cial, a. [L. superficialis: cf. F. superficiel. See {Superficies}.] 1. Of or pertaining to the superficies, or surface; lying on the surface; shallow; not deep; as, a superficial color; a superficial covering; superficial measure or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • superficial — SUPERFICIÁL, Ă, superficiali, e, adj. Care apare, se produce, rămâne la suprafaţa unui obiect, a unei fiinţe; fig. care apare, se produce, rămâne la suprafaţă, fără să atingă miezul, esenţa lucrurilor. ♦ fig. (Despre oameni) Care tratează… …   Dicționar Român

  • superficial — superficial, shallow, cursory, uncritical can mean lacking in depth, solidity, and comprehensiveness. Superficial applies chiefly to persons, their minds, their emotions, their attainments, or their utterances or writings, but it is also… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • superficial — adjetivo 1. De la superficie: quemadura superficial, capa superficial. 2. Que no tiene solidez ni profundidad, o que se queda en la superficie: amistad superficial, conversación superficial. 3. Uso/registro: coloquial. Pragmática …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • superficial — [so͞o΄pər fish′əl] adj. [ME superficyall < L superficialis < superficies: see SUPERFICIES] 1. a) of or being on the surface [a superficial burn] b) of or limited to surface area; plane [superficial measurements] 2. concerned with and… …   English World dictionary

  • Superficial — is a general term meaning regarding the surface , often metaphorically. Both in the literal as in the metaphorical sense the term has often a negative connotation based on the idea that deeper parts are also important to consider.In human anatomy …   Wikipedia

  • superficial — (Del lat. superficiālis). 1. adj. Perteneciente o relativo a la superficie. 2. Que está o se queda en ella. 3. Aparente, sin solidez ni sustancia. 4. Frívolo, sin fundamento. ☛ V. estructura superficial, tensión superficial …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • Superficial — (Superficiär, v. lat.), oberflächlich, auf der Oberfläche befindlich, dieselbe allein angehend …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • superficial — 1. relacionado con la piel o con otra superficie. 2. que no es grave ni peligroso. Diccionario Mosby Medicina, Enfermería y Ciencias de la Salud, Ediciones Hancourt, S.A. 1999 …   Diccionario médico

  • superficial — I adjective careless, cursory, depthless, desultory, empty, exterior, external, frivolous, hasty, hurried, inane, insubstantial, lax, /ev/s, outward, perfunctory, sciolistic, shallow, shoal, silly, skin deep, slapdash, slight, surface, trifling,… …   Law dictionary

  • superficial — late 14c., in anatomical and mathematical uses, of or relating to a surface, from L. superficialis of or pertaining to the surface, from superficies surface, from super above, over (see SUPER (Cf. super )) + facies form, face (see FACE (Cf. face) …   Etymology dictionary

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