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suppressive

  • 1 coercitivo

    adj.
    coercive, compulsory, comminatory.
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    1 coercive
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    - va adjetivo coercive
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    = coercive, suppressive.
    Ex. The on-line network is more expensive and more coercive because of the operational dependence created in each library = La red en línea es más cara y coactiva debido a la dependencia operativa que se crea en cada biblioteca.
    Ex. Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
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    * efecto coercitivo = chilling effect.
    * no coercitivo = non-coercive.
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    - va adjetivo coercive
    * * *
    = coercive, suppressive.

    Ex: The on-line network is more expensive and more coercive because of the operational dependence created in each library = La red en línea es más cara y coactiva debido a la dependencia operativa que se crea en cada biblioteca.

    Ex: Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    * efecto coercitivo = chilling effect.
    * no coercitivo = non-coercive.

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    coercive
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    coercitivo, -a adj
    coercive
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    adj coercive

    Spanish-English dictionary > coercitivo

  • 2 dominante

    adj.
    1 dominant.
    Se me pasó el bus I missed the bus.
    2 domineering (person).
    f.
    dominant.
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    1 dominant, dominating
    2 (que prevalece) prevailing, predominating
    3 (que avasalla) domineering
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    adj.
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    1. ADJ
    1) (=despótico) domineering
    2) (=predominante) [viento, tendencia, opinión, ideología] dominant, prevailing; [grupo, cultura, rasgo, tema, color] dominant; [papel, rol] dominant, leading
    3) (Bio) [macho, gen] dominant
    4) (Mús) dominant
    2.
    SF (Mús) dominant
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    1)
    a) <color/tendencia> predominant, dominant; < opinión> prevailing (before n); < cultura> dominant
    b) (Biol, Mús, Astrol) dominant
    2) < persona> domineering
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    = dominant, pervasive, ruling, domineering, mainline, commanding, all-pervasive [all pervasive], mainstream, suppressive, pervading, dominating, bossy [bossier -comp., bossiest -sup.], bossy boots, overbearing.
    Ex. English is the dominant language for the dissemination of information.
    Ex. The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex. The impulse to learn is a ruling passion in very few people; in most of us it is so weak that a frowning aspect can discourage it.
    Ex. These messages were examined for 'friendly' features, such as politeness, specificity, constructiveness and helpfulness, and for 'unfriendly' features, like the use of cryptic codes or vocabulary, or language which users might find threatening, domineering, or emotive.
    Ex. This is 'scientific journalism' at its worst, but its standards are not wholly different from those of the mainline press.
    Ex. His preference for books rather than journals was more commanding than his preference for poetry rather than prose.
    Ex. Countries should adopt strategies to prepare themselves for the all-pervasive influence of IT in people's lives in the 21st century.
    Ex. Some children may be constrained by a mainstream curriculum that does not match their ability level.
    Ex. Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    Ex. While not addressing specific issues the rejoinder focuses on a few pervading themes.
    Ex. There are different styles of handling interpersonal conflict such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising.
    Ex. Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity ( bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    Ex. With the kids tucked into bed, bossy boots left to fill her empty life with some cocktails.
    Ex. Overbearing parents are likely to raise obsessive kids, according to a new study.
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    * función dominante = alpha role.
    * grupo dominante = dominant group.
    * papel dominante = alpha role.
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    1)
    a) <color/tendencia> predominant, dominant; < opinión> prevailing (before n); < cultura> dominant
    b) (Biol, Mús, Astrol) dominant
    2) < persona> domineering
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    = dominant, pervasive, ruling, domineering, mainline, commanding, all-pervasive [all pervasive], mainstream, suppressive, pervading, dominating, bossy [bossier -comp., bossiest -sup.], bossy boots, overbearing.

    Ex: English is the dominant language for the dissemination of information.

    Ex: The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex: The impulse to learn is a ruling passion in very few people; in most of us it is so weak that a frowning aspect can discourage it.
    Ex: These messages were examined for 'friendly' features, such as politeness, specificity, constructiveness and helpfulness, and for 'unfriendly' features, like the use of cryptic codes or vocabulary, or language which users might find threatening, domineering, or emotive.
    Ex: This is 'scientific journalism' at its worst, but its standards are not wholly different from those of the mainline press.
    Ex: His preference for books rather than journals was more commanding than his preference for poetry rather than prose.
    Ex: Countries should adopt strategies to prepare themselves for the all-pervasive influence of IT in people's lives in the 21st century.
    Ex: Some children may be constrained by a mainstream curriculum that does not match their ability level.
    Ex: Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    Ex: While not addressing specific issues the rejoinder focuses on a few pervading themes.
    Ex: There are different styles of handling interpersonal conflict such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising.
    Ex: Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity ( bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    Ex: With the kids tucked into bed, bossy boots left to fill her empty life with some cocktails.
    Ex: Overbearing parents are likely to raise obsessive kids, according to a new study.
    * función dominante = alpha role.
    * grupo dominante = dominant group.
    * papel dominante = alpha role.

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    A
    1 ‹color/tendencia› predominant, dominant; ‹opinión› prevailing ( before n)
    la nación dominante en este campo the dominant o leading nation in this field
    los tonos dominantes del cuadro the predominant tones in the painting
    el rasgo dominante de su carácter the dominant o most outstanding feature of his personality
    la nota dominante de la jornada fue la tranquilidad calm prevailed throughout the day
    vientos dominantes del sur prevailing southerly winds
    2 ( Biol) dominant
    3 ( Mús) dominant
    4 ( Astrol) dominant
    B ‹persona› domineering
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    dominante adjetivo
    1
    a)color/tendencia predominant, dominant;

    opinión prevailing ( before n);
    cultura dominant
    b) (Biol, Mús, Astrol) dominant

    2 persona domineering
    dominante adjetivo
    1 (predominante, mayoritario) dominant
    2 (tiránico) domineering
    ' dominante' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    imperiosa
    - imperioso
    - sargento
    - clase
    English:
    commanding
    - dominant
    - domineering
    - mainstream
    - masterful
    - overbearing
    - pervasive
    - self-assertive
    - self-assertiveness
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    adj
    1. [predominante] [nación, tendencia, característica] dominant;
    [vientos] prevailing;
    el color dominante era el azul the predominant colour was blue;
    la empresa tiene una posición dominante en el sector the company holds a commanding position in the sector;
    lo más dominante en su personalidad es el optimismo his most striking characteristic is his optimism
    2. [persona] domineering
    3. Biol [gen] dominant
    4. Mús dominant
    nf
    1. [característica] predominant feature
    2. Mús dominant
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    adj dominant; desp
    domineering
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    1) : dominant
    2) : domineering
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    dominante adj dominant

    Spanish-English dictionary > dominante

  • 3 represivo

    adj.
    repressive, restrictive, suppressive.
    m.
    repressive person, repressive individual.
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    1 repressive
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    - va adjetivo repressive
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    = repressive, suppressive, stifling.
    Ex. In evaluating the fitness of certain items for inclusion or exclusion in bibliographies it could, indeed, be argued that 'control' could be thought of as a repressive, censoring, device.
    Ex. Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    Ex. He calls for various strategies of resistance to counter the stifling hand of capitalism on Western culture.
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    * efecto represivo = chilling effect.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo repressive
    * * *
    = repressive, suppressive, stifling.

    Ex: In evaluating the fitness of certain items for inclusion or exclusion in bibliographies it could, indeed, be argued that 'control' could be thought of as a repressive, censoring, device.

    Ex: Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    Ex: He calls for various strategies of resistance to counter the stifling hand of capitalism on Western culture.
    * efecto represivo = chilling effect.

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    repressive
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    represivo,-a adjetivo repressive
    ' represivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    represiva
    English:
    repressive
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    represivo, -a adj
    repressive
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    adj repressive
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    represivo, -va adj
    : repressive

    Spanish-English dictionary > represivo

  • 4 represor

    adj.
    repressive.
    m.
    repressor, suppressor.
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    - sora masculino, femenino oppressor
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    = restraining, suppressive.
    Ex. The author discusses the driving and restraining forces affecting the probability and desirability of interaction between the school and the public library in providing library services to children.
    Ex. Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    * * *
    - sora masculino, femenino oppressor
    * * *
    = restraining, suppressive.

    Ex: The author discusses the driving and restraining forces affecting the probability and desirability of interaction between the school and the public library in providing library services to children.

    Ex: Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.

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    masculine, feminine
    oppressor
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    represor,-ora adjetivo oppressor
    ' represor' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    represora
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    represor, -ora
    adj
    repressive
    nm,f
    oppressor
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    I adj oppressive
    II m, represora f oppressor

    Spanish-English dictionary > represor

  • 5 restrictivo

    adj.
    restrictive, repressive.
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    1 restrictive
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    (f. - restrictiva)
    adj.
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    - va adjetivo restrictive
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    = restrictive, constricting, disabling, suppressive.
    Ex. These beliefs will determine how restrictive or nonrestrictive the library will be in terms of providing physical and intellectual access to information.
    Ex. This author insists that library organisations must change in order to remain viable and that constricting growth is a death knell.
    Ex. Fear itself is far more disabling and awful to endure than either its cause or its consequences.
    Ex. Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
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    * no restrictivo = non-restrictive.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo restrictive
    * * *
    = restrictive, constricting, disabling, suppressive.

    Ex: These beliefs will determine how restrictive or nonrestrictive the library will be in terms of providing physical and intellectual access to information.

    Ex: This author insists that library organisations must change in order to remain viable and that constricting growth is a death knell.
    Ex: Fear itself is far more disabling and awful to endure than either its cause or its consequences.
    Ex: Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    * no restrictivo = non-restrictive.

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    restrictive
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    restrictivo,-a adjetivo restrictive
    ' restrictivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    restrictiva
    English:
    limiting
    - restraining
    - restrictive
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    restrictivo, -a adj
    restrictive
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    adj restrictive
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    restrictivo, -va adj
    : restrictive

    Spanish-English dictionary > restrictivo

  • 6 supresor

    adj.
    suppressing, suppressive.
    m.
    1 suppressor.
    2 suppressant, suppressor, suppresser.
    3 suppressor, arrester, arrestor.
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    1 suppressor
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    SM (Elec) suppressor
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    Ex. This new approach is being used to identify genetic suppressors of thrombosis.
    * * *

    Ex: This new approach is being used to identify genetic suppressors of thrombosis.

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    suppressor
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    supresor, -ora nm,f
    supressor

    Spanish-English dictionary > supresor

  • 7 supresivo

    adj.
    suppressive, tending to suppress.
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    suppressive
    tratamiento supresivo suppressive treatment
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    supresivo,-a adjetivo suppressive
    ' supresivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    supresiva

    Spanish-English dictionary > supresivo

  • 8 supresiva

    adj.
    suppressive, tending to suppress.
    * * *

    supresivo,-a adjetivo suppressive

    Spanish-English dictionary > supresiva

  • 9 supresor

    • arrestor
    • suppressing
    • suppressive
    • suppressor

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > supresor

  • 10 suelo supresivo

    m.
    suppressive soil.

    Spanish-English dictionary > suelo supresivo

См. также в других словарях:

  • Suppressive — Sup*press ive, a. Tending to suppress; subduing; concealing. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • suppressive — index dictatorial, prohibitive (restrictive), restrictive Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • suppressive — sup·pres·sive pres iv adj tending or serving to suppress something (as the symptoms of a disease) <suppressive drugs> sup·pres·sive·ness n …   Medical dictionary

  • suppressive — suppress ► VERB 1) forcibly put an end to. 2) prevent from being expressed or published. 3) Psychoanalysis consciously avoid thinking of (an unpleasant idea or memory). DERIVATIVES suppression noun suppressive adjective suppressor noun …   English terms dictionary

  • suppressive — adjective tending to suppress the government used suppressive measures to control the protest • Similar to: ↑restrictive • Derivationally related forms: ↑suppress …   Useful english dictionary

  • suppressive — adjective see suppress …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • suppressive — sup·pres·sive (sə prĕsʹĭv) adj. Tending or serving to suppress. * * * …   Universalium

  • suppressive — adjective That serves to suppress …   Wiktionary

  • suppressive — Synonyms and related words: absolute, absolutist, absolutistic, arbitrary, aristocratic, arrogant, authoritarian, authoritative, autocratic, bossy, choking, constraining, constrictive, contrary, counterproductive, crosswise, despotic, dictatorial …   Moby Thesaurus

  • suppressive — (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Serving to restrain forcefully: repressive. See ATTACK, RESTRAINT …   English dictionary for students

  • suppressive — sup pres·sive || sÉ™ presɪv adj. tending to suppress, restraining, repressing, subduing …   English contemporary dictionary


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