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  • 1 afinidad

    f.
    affinity (gen) & (chemistry).
    * * *
    1 affinity
    2 QUÍMICA similarity
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    noun f.
    affinity, similarity
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    SF
    1) (=atracción) affinity; (=semejanza) similarity; (=parentesco) relationship
    2) (Quím) affinity
    * * *
    femenino (entre personas, caracteres) affinity
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    = affinity, parallel, synergy, commonness, consonance.
    Ex. Although recognising some such affinities between subjects, it is more difficult to find an overall order of main classes which suits everybody.
    Ex. Although there are parallels between searching and indexing, it is important to remember that successful information retrieval does not depend only upon effective exploitation of indexing.
    Ex. The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex. Campbell's lectures present themes on the commonness of all mankind and the importance of relationships with God, the land, and one another.
    Ex. The system is designed to ensure consonance between the indexer and the user.
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    * afinidades = common ground.
    * encontrar afinidades = find + common ground.
    * índice de afinidad = affinity index.
    * tener afinidades = share + common ground.
    * * *
    femenino (entre personas, caracteres) affinity
    * * *
    = affinity, parallel, synergy, commonness, consonance.

    Ex: Although recognising some such affinities between subjects, it is more difficult to find an overall order of main classes which suits everybody.

    Ex: Although there are parallels between searching and indexing, it is important to remember that successful information retrieval does not depend only upon effective exploitation of indexing.
    Ex: The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex: Campbell's lectures present themes on the commonness of all mankind and the importance of relationships with God, the land, and one another.
    Ex: The system is designed to ensure consonance between the indexer and the user.
    * afinidades = common ground.
    * encontrar afinidades = find + common ground.
    * índice de afinidad = affinity index.
    * tener afinidades = share + common ground.

    * * *
    1 (entre personas, caracteres) affinity
    no tengo ninguna afinidad con él I have nothing in common with him
    2 ( Fís, Quím) affinity
    * * *

    afinidad sustantivo femenino (entre personas, caracteres) affinity;

    afinidad sustantivo femenino affinity

    ' afinidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ser
    - parecerse
    English:
    affinity
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    1. [armonía, semejanza] affinity;
    sentir afinidad hacia alguien to feel one has something in common with sb;
    hay afinidad de gustos entre ellos they share similar tastes
    2. [parentesco]
    por afinidad by marriage
    3. Quím affinity
    * * *
    f affinity
    * * *
    : affinity, similarity

    Spanish-English dictionary > afinidad

  • 2 colaboración

    f.
    1 collaboration, assistance, help, cooperation.
    2 contribution.
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    1 collaboration
    2 (prensa) contribution
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    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=cooperación) collaboration
    2) [en periódico] [gen] contribution; (=artículo) article
    3) [de congreso] paper
    4) (=donativo) contribution
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    femenino collaboration

    en colaboración con alguien/algo — in collaboration with somebody/something

    * * *
    = collaboration, contribution, cooperation [co-operation], linkage, partnership, synergy, cooperative effort, partnering, fertilisation [fertilization, -USA], team effort, input, engagement.
    Ex. A work of shared responsibility is one where the work has arisen from collaboration between two or more persons or corporative bodies.
    Ex. The major difference is that a periodical index relates to a number of issues and to contributions from a number of different authors.
    Ex. Combined catalogues showing the resources available to a group of libraries have been a feature of library co-operation for many years.
    Ex. We have just stated that the linkage of varying titles and varying forms of entry have to be done on the same basis in an automated situation as in a manual situation.
    Ex. The partnership between the CLT and industry is considered in some detail.
    Ex. The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex. Conservation problems are so many and so complex that only dedicated cooperative efforts can reverse the current rapid deterioration of library stocks.
    Ex. These include partnering with: principals, teachers, community members, public librarians and businesses.
    Ex. The traditional methods of marketing and selling on-line bibliographic data base services have revolved around fertilisation between the marketing and sales departments.
    Ex. The planning of the library represented a total team effort of librarian, architect, consultant, and interior designer.
    Ex. In order to stimulate international input, the IFLA Office for UBC invited catalogers in unrepresented countries to recommend revisions of the AACR and to comment on the potential of the second edition as an international code.
    Ex. Any attempt to coerce a response without good reason based on that child's present predicament is to place in jeopardy the child's willing engagement now and in the future.
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    * acuerdo de colaboración = collaborative partnership, partnership agreement.
    * autoría en colaboración = collaborative writing.
    * colaboración en equipo = collaborative teamwork.
    * colaboración en la investigación = cooperative research.
    * colaboración estrecha = close collaboration.
    * colaboracion interdisciplinar = interdisciplinary collaboration.
    * colaboración perfecta = marriage made in heaven.
    * contar con la colaboración de = enjoy + cooperation with.
    * creación de acuerdo de colaboración = partnership building.
    * diseñar en colaboración = co-design.
    * editar en colaboración = coedit [co-edit].
    * en colaboración = collaborative, cooperative [co-operative], jointly, participatory, in concert, in consort, collaboratively, synergistic, synergistically, in tandem, in a tandem fashion, in partnership.
    * en colaboración con = in concert with, in consultation with, in collaboration with, in alliance with, in conjunction with, in partnership with.
    * en estrecha colaboración = in close collaboration.
    * en estrecha colaboración con = hand-in-glove with.
    * escribir en colaboración = co-write [cowrite].
    * establecer una colaboración = forge + collaboration.
    * financiar en colaboración = co-finance [cofinance].
    * investigación en colaboración = collaborative research.
    * organizar en colaboración = co-organise [co-organize, -USA].
    * patrocinar en colaboración con = co-host.
    * proyecto de colaboración = joint venture.
    * proyecto en colaboración = collaborative project.
    * trabajar en colaboración = team, interwork.
    * trabajar en colaboración (con) = team up (with).
    * trabajo en colaboración = interworking.
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    femenino collaboration

    en colaboración con alguien/algo — in collaboration with somebody/something

    * * *
    = collaboration, contribution, cooperation [co-operation], linkage, partnership, synergy, cooperative effort, partnering, fertilisation [fertilization, -USA], team effort, input, engagement.

    Ex: A work of shared responsibility is one where the work has arisen from collaboration between two or more persons or corporative bodies.

    Ex: The major difference is that a periodical index relates to a number of issues and to contributions from a number of different authors.
    Ex: Combined catalogues showing the resources available to a group of libraries have been a feature of library co-operation for many years.
    Ex: We have just stated that the linkage of varying titles and varying forms of entry have to be done on the same basis in an automated situation as in a manual situation.
    Ex: The partnership between the CLT and industry is considered in some detail.
    Ex: The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex: Conservation problems are so many and so complex that only dedicated cooperative efforts can reverse the current rapid deterioration of library stocks.
    Ex: These include partnering with: principals, teachers, community members, public librarians and businesses.
    Ex: The traditional methods of marketing and selling on-line bibliographic data base services have revolved around fertilisation between the marketing and sales departments.
    Ex: The planning of the library represented a total team effort of librarian, architect, consultant, and interior designer.
    Ex: In order to stimulate international input, the IFLA Office for UBC invited catalogers in unrepresented countries to recommend revisions of the AACR and to comment on the potential of the second edition as an international code.
    Ex: Any attempt to coerce a response without good reason based on that child's present predicament is to place in jeopardy the child's willing engagement now and in the future.
    * acuerdo de colaboración = collaborative partnership, partnership agreement.
    * autoría en colaboración = collaborative writing.
    * colaboración en equipo = collaborative teamwork.
    * colaboración en la investigación = cooperative research.
    * colaboración estrecha = close collaboration.
    * colaboracion interdisciplinar = interdisciplinary collaboration.
    * colaboración perfecta = marriage made in heaven.
    * contar con la colaboración de = enjoy + cooperation with.
    * creación de acuerdo de colaboración = partnership building.
    * diseñar en colaboración = co-design.
    * editar en colaboración = coedit [co-edit].
    * en colaboración = collaborative, cooperative [co-operative], jointly, participatory, in concert, in consort, collaboratively, synergistic, synergistically, in tandem, in a tandem fashion, in partnership.
    * en colaboración con = in concert with, in consultation with, in collaboration with, in alliance with, in conjunction with, in partnership with.
    * en estrecha colaboración = in close collaboration.
    * en estrecha colaboración con = hand-in-glove with.
    * escribir en colaboración = co-write [cowrite].
    * establecer una colaboración = forge + collaboration.
    * financiar en colaboración = co-finance [cofinance].
    * investigación en colaboración = collaborative research.
    * organizar en colaboración = co-organise [co-organize, -USA].
    * patrocinar en colaboración con = co-host.
    * proyecto de colaboración = joint venture.
    * proyecto en colaboración = collaborative project.
    * trabajar en colaboración = team, interwork.
    * trabajar en colaboración (con) = team up (with).
    * trabajo en colaboración = interworking.

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    collaboration
    lo escribió en colaboración con dos colegas suyos he wrote it in collaboration with two of his colleagues
    cuento con su colaboración I am counting on your assistance o help
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    colaboración sustantivo femenino
    collaboration;
    en colaboración con algn/algo in collaboration with sb/sth

    colaboración sustantivo femenino
    1 (ayuda) collaboration
    2 Prensa contribution

    ' colaboración' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    concurso
    - entre
    - junta
    - junto
    - no
    - prestar
    - contribución
    - estrecho
    English:
    call on
    - collaboration
    - contribution
    - closely
    - cooperation
    - cooperative
    * * *
    1. [cooperación] collaboration;
    hacer algo en colaboración con alguien to do sth in collaboration with sb;
    necesito tu colaboración para escribir el artículo I need your help to write this article;
    fue acusado de colaboración con banda armada he was accused of collaborating with o helping a terrorist organization
    2. [de prensa] contribution, article
    * * *
    f collaboration
    * * *
    colaboración n cooperation

    Spanish-English dictionary > colaboración

  • 3 competitividad

    f.
    competitiveness.
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    1 competitiveness
    * * *
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    femenino competitiveness
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    = competition, competitiveness, one-upmanship.
    Ex. The published abstracting and indexing journal probably still retains its prominence, despite competition from its more fashionable rivals.
    Ex. The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex. She had a distant fleeting vision of a workplace in which people acted like free and sensible human beings, instead of like the martyrized and victimized puppets of a terrible system called ' one-upmanship'.
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    * desde el punto de vista de la competitividad = competitively.
    * * *
    femenino competitiveness
    * * *
    = competition, competitiveness, one-upmanship.

    Ex: The published abstracting and indexing journal probably still retains its prominence, despite competition from its more fashionable rivals.

    Ex: The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex: She had a distant fleeting vision of a workplace in which people acted like free and sensible human beings, instead of like the martyrized and victimized puppets of a terrible system called ' one-upmanship'.
    * desde el punto de vista de la competitividad = competitively.

    * * *
    competitiveness
    * * *

     

    competitividad sustantivo femenino
    competitiveness
    competitividad sustantivo femenino competitivity
    ' competitividad' also found in these entries:
    English:
    rat race
    - competitiveness
    * * *
    1. [de persona] competitiveness
    2. [de producto, empresa] competitiveness
    * * *
    f competitiveness
    * * *
    : competitiveness

    Spanish-English dictionary > competitividad

  • 4 coordinación

    f.
    coordination, deftness, agility, dexterity.
    * * *
    1 coordination
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino coordination
    * * *
    = alignment, coordination [co-ordination], synergy, liaison.
    Ex. Word processing packages must be able to permit the user to manipulate test, as is necessary in alignment of margins, insertion and deletion of paragraphs, arrange for text to appear in the centre of the page and underline.
    Ex. Because the co-ordination of index terms in the index description is decided before any particular request is made, the index is termed a pre-co-ordinate index.
    Ex. The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex. It is important to make sure that there is close liaison between the cataloguing department and the order department, otherwise cards are liable to be ordered twice or in insufficient quantity to meet the total demand.
    ----
    * centro de coordinación = re-routing centre.
    * falta de coordinación = misalignment.
    * falto de coordinación = uncoordinated [unco-ordinated].
    * sin coordinación = uncoordinated [unco-ordinated].
    * * *
    femenino coordination
    * * *
    = alignment, coordination [co-ordination], synergy, liaison.

    Ex: Word processing packages must be able to permit the user to manipulate test, as is necessary in alignment of margins, insertion and deletion of paragraphs, arrange for text to appear in the centre of the page and underline.

    Ex: Because the co-ordination of index terms in the index description is decided before any particular request is made, the index is termed a pre-co-ordinate index.
    Ex: The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex: It is important to make sure that there is close liaison between the cataloguing department and the order department, otherwise cards are liable to be ordered twice or in insufficient quantity to meet the total demand.
    * centro de coordinación = re-routing centre.
    * falta de coordinación = misalignment.
    * falto de coordinación = uncoordinated [unco-ordinated].
    * sin coordinación = uncoordinated [unco-ordinated].

    * * *
    coordination
    la coordinación de las actividades para los niños pequeños the organization of the children's activities
    Compuesto:
    motor coordination
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    coordinación sustantivo femenino
    coordination
    coordinación sustantivo femenino coordination
    ' coordinación' also found in these entries:
    English:
    coordination
    - timing
    - uncoordinated
    * * *
    1. [de esfuerzos, medios] co-ordination
    2. [de movimientos, gestos] co-ordination
    3. Gram co-ordination
    * * *
    f coordination
    * * *
    coordinación nf, pl - ciones : coordination

    Spanish-English dictionary > coordinación

  • 5 coordinado

    adj.
    coordinated, co-ordinated, coordinate.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: coordinar.
    * * *
    1 (conjunto de ropa) outfit, ensemble
    ————————
    1→ link=coordinar coordinar
    1 coordinated
    1 (conjunto de ropa) outfit, ensemble
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ (=armonizado) coordinated; (Mil) [operación] combined
    2.
    SMPL pl coordinados (=ropa) separates
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo coordinate
    II
    a) ( conjunto) outfit
    b) coordinados masculino plural ( prendas) coordinates (pl)
    * * *
    = in step, coordinative [co-ordinative], synergistic, orchestrated, coupled, coordinated.
    Ex. There are two forms of data transmission: (a) asynchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are not in step); (b) synchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are in step).
    Ex. City planning is a body of techniques and theories for co-ordinative decision-making which tries to distribute the community's resources in a manner which will best achieve the community's specific goals, whatever they may be = El urbanismo es un conjunto de técnicas y teorías para la toma coordinada de decisiones que intenta distribuir los recursos de la comunidad de tal forma que se consigan mejor los objetivos específicos de ésta, sean cuales sean.
    Ex. The electronic library is a library without walls, a permeable information centre that supports user access to information and collections in a synergistic manner.
    Ex. Orchestrated technological implementation must be a part of every library's business plan.
    Ex. For future metacatalogues to be successful, methods must be developed to use all existing organizational tools by layering, exchanging and translating data within a loosely coupled organizational system.
    Ex. Automatisms consist of involuntary but coordinated movements that tend to be purposeless and repetitive.
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    * coordinado con = in sync with.
    * de un modo coordinado = synergistically.
    * funcionamiento coordinado = synergy.
    * materia coordinada = coordinate subject.
    * no estar coordinado con = be out of step with.
    * relación coordinada = coordinate relation.
    * TC (término coordinado) = CT (co-ordinate term).
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo coordinate
    II
    a) ( conjunto) outfit
    b) coordinados masculino plural ( prendas) coordinates (pl)
    * * *
    = in step, coordinative [co-ordinative], synergistic, orchestrated, coupled, coordinated.

    Ex: There are two forms of data transmission: (a) asynchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are not in step); (b) synchronous transmission (in which the transmitting and receiving devices are in step).

    Ex: City planning is a body of techniques and theories for co-ordinative decision-making which tries to distribute the community's resources in a manner which will best achieve the community's specific goals, whatever they may be = El urbanismo es un conjunto de técnicas y teorías para la toma coordinada de decisiones que intenta distribuir los recursos de la comunidad de tal forma que se consigan mejor los objetivos específicos de ésta, sean cuales sean.
    Ex: The electronic library is a library without walls, a permeable information centre that supports user access to information and collections in a synergistic manner.
    Ex: Orchestrated technological implementation must be a part of every library's business plan.
    Ex: For future metacatalogues to be successful, methods must be developed to use all existing organizational tools by layering, exchanging and translating data within a loosely coupled organizational system.
    Ex: Automatisms consist of involuntary but coordinated movements that tend to be purposeless and repetitive.
    * coordinado con = in sync with.
    * de un modo coordinado = synergistically.
    * funcionamiento coordinado = synergy.
    * materia coordinada = coordinate subject.
    * no estar coordinado con = be out of step with.
    * relación coordinada = coordinate relation.
    * TC (término coordinado) = CT (co-ordinate term).

    * * *
    coordinate
    1 (conjunto) outfit
    2 coordinados mpl (prendas) coordinates (pl)
    * * *

    Del verbo coordinar: ( conjugate coordinar)

    coordinado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    coordinado    
    coordinar
    coordinado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    coordinate
    coordinar ( conjugate coordinar) verbo transitivomovimientos/actividades/ropa to coordinate;
    no lograba coordinado las ideas he couldn't speak/think coherently
    verbo intransitivo [ colores] to match, go together
    coordinar verbo transitivo to coordinate

    ' coordinado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    juego
    English:
    concerted
    - timing
    - uncoordinated
    * * *
    coordinado, -a adj
    co-ordinated

    Spanish-English dictionary > coordinado

  • 6 funcionamiento

    m.
    operation, functioning.
    explicó el funcionamiento de la empresa he explained how the company works
    entrar/estar en funcionamiento to come into/be in operation; (sistema) to start/be (working o running) (máquina)
    * * *
    1 operation, working
    \
    poner en funcionamiento to put into operation
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM

    lo lubrico cada 2.000 horas de funcionamiento — I lubricate it after every 2,000 hours of operation

    * * *
    b) (de sistema, organismo) running

    entrar/ponerse en funcionamiento — hospital/estación/fábrica to become operational; central nuclear to come into operation; autopista to open; mecanismo/máquina to start up; servicio/sistema to start

    poner en funcionamiento<central/fábrica> to bring into operation; <mecanismo/máquina> to start... up

    * * *
    = functioning, operation, working, performance.
    Ex. The proper education of the user of scientific information is essential to the efficient functioning of the whole system of information provision.
    Ex. An operating system usually comprises a suite of programs that manages the operation of the microcomputer.
    Ex. Notices may be useful in this context for the user who wishes to familiarise himself with the workings of the catalogue before approaching a terminal.
    Ex. When a library outgrows its second automated circulation system it sets stringent functional, performance and growth specifications and builds from scratch.
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    * buen funcionamiento = smooth-running.
    * control de funcionamiento = benchmark.
    * controles de funcionamiento = benchmarking.
    * costes de funcionamiento = running costs.
    * de funcionamiento = operating, operational.
    * desde el punto de vista del funcionamiento = operationally.
    * en buen estado de funcionamiento = in good working condition.
    * en funcionamiento = in operation.
    * entrar en funcionamiento = go into + operation.
    * establecer normas de funcionamiento = establish + policy.
    * estar en funcionamiento = be up.
    * fondo para gastos de funcionamiento = operating funds.
    * funcionamiento conjunto = interworking.
    * funcionamiento coordinado = synergy.
    * funcionamiento defectuoso = malfunction.
    * gastos de funcionamiento = operating costs, operating expenditure, operational costs, operating expenses, recurrent expenditure.
    * horas de funcionamiento = operating hours.
    * interrumpir el funcionamiento = go down.
    * mal funcionamiento = malfunction, malfunctioning.
    * modelo de funcionamiento = business model.
    * no estar en funcionamiento = be down.
    * orden de funcionamiento del disco = disc operating command.
    * partida para gastos de funcionamiento = operating budget, operating funds.
    * poner en funcionamiento = activate, set in + action, set up, trip, put into + working order, put in + place, put in + place, put into + place, set in + motion.
    * poner en funcionamiento un programa = implement + program(me).
    * presupuesto para gastos de funcionamiento = operating budget, operating funds.
    * puesta en funcionamiento = activation, deployment, realisation [realization, -USA], setting up, operationalisation [operationalization, -USA], startup [start-up].
    * tener en funcionamiento = have + in effect.
    * velocidad de funcionamiento = speed of operation.
    * * *
    b) (de sistema, organismo) running

    entrar/ponerse en funcionamiento — hospital/estación/fábrica to become operational; central nuclear to come into operation; autopista to open; mecanismo/máquina to start up; servicio/sistema to start

    poner en funcionamiento<central/fábrica> to bring into operation; <mecanismo/máquina> to start... up

    * * *
    = functioning, operation, working, performance.

    Ex: The proper education of the user of scientific information is essential to the efficient functioning of the whole system of information provision.

    Ex: An operating system usually comprises a suite of programs that manages the operation of the microcomputer.
    Ex: Notices may be useful in this context for the user who wishes to familiarise himself with the workings of the catalogue before approaching a terminal.
    Ex: When a library outgrows its second automated circulation system it sets stringent functional, performance and growth specifications and builds from scratch.
    * buen funcionamiento = smooth-running.
    * control de funcionamiento = benchmark.
    * controles de funcionamiento = benchmarking.
    * costes de funcionamiento = running costs.
    * de funcionamiento = operating, operational.
    * desde el punto de vista del funcionamiento = operationally.
    * en buen estado de funcionamiento = in good working condition.
    * en funcionamiento = in operation.
    * entrar en funcionamiento = go into + operation.
    * establecer normas de funcionamiento = establish + policy.
    * estar en funcionamiento = be up.
    * fondo para gastos de funcionamiento = operating funds.
    * funcionamiento conjunto = interworking.
    * funcionamiento coordinado = synergy.
    * funcionamiento defectuoso = malfunction.
    * gastos de funcionamiento = operating costs, operating expenditure, operational costs, operating expenses, recurrent expenditure.
    * horas de funcionamiento = operating hours.
    * interrumpir el funcionamiento = go down.
    * mal funcionamiento = malfunction, malfunctioning.
    * modelo de funcionamiento = business model.
    * no estar en funcionamiento = be down.
    * orden de funcionamiento del disco = disc operating command.
    * partida para gastos de funcionamiento = operating budget, operating funds.
    * poner en funcionamiento = activate, set in + action, set up, trip, put into + working order, put in + place, put in + place, put into + place, set in + motion.
    * poner en funcionamiento un programa = implement + program(me).
    * presupuesto para gastos de funcionamiento = operating budget, operating funds.
    * puesta en funcionamiento = activation, deployment, realisation [realization, -USA], setting up, operationalisation [operationalization, -USA], startup [start-up].
    * tener en funcionamiento = have + in effect.
    * velocidad de funcionamiento = speed of operation.

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    para asegurar el buen funcionamiento del aparato to keep the equipment in good working order
    el nuevo servicio todavía no ha entrado en funcionamiento the new service is not yet in operation
    entra en funcionamiento automáticamente it comes on o operates automatically
    el buen funcionamiento de la escuela the smooth running of the school
    se puso en funcionamiento una operación de búsqueda a search was set in motion o launched
    * * *

     

    funcionamiento sustantivo masculino:
    me explicó su funcionamiento he explained (to me) how it works (o worked etc);

    para el buen funcionamiento de la escuela for the smooth running of the school;
    ponerse en funcionamiento [hospital/estación/fábrica] to become operational;

    [ central nuclear] to come into operation;
    [mecanismo/máquina] to start up;
    [servicio/sistema] to start;

    poner en funcionamiento ‹central/fábrica to bring into operation;

    mecanismo/máquinato start … up
    funcionamiento sustantivo masculino operation
    poner/entrar en funcionamiento, to put/come into operation
    ' funcionamiento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    arreglar
    - marcha
    - mecánica
    - padecer
    - salud
    - simulador
    - simuladora
    - activar
    - asegurar
    - comprobar
    - correcto
    - demostrar
    - falla
    - servicio
    English:
    behavior
    - behaviour
    - malfunction
    - operation
    - operational
    - running
    - working
    - working order
    - action
    - come
    - functional
    - use
    - workings
    * * *
    operation, functioning;
    me explicó el funcionamiento de la empresa she explained to me how the company works;
    entrar/estar en funcionamiento to come into/be in operation;
    la máquina lleva ya dos horas en funcionamiento the machine has been running for two hours;
    poner algo en funcionamiento to start sth (working);
    la puesta en funcionamiento de una central nuclear the commissioning o bringing on-line of a nuclear power station
    * * *
    m working;
    en (perfecto) estado de funcionamiento in (perfect) working order
    * * *
    1) : functioning
    2)
    en funcionamiento : in operation
    * * *
    funcionamiento n working / operation

    Spanish-English dictionary > funcionamiento

  • 7 funcionamiento coordinado

    (n.) = synergy
    Ex. The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    * * *
    (n.) = synergy

    Ex: The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.

    Spanish-English dictionary > funcionamiento coordinado

  • 8 homogeneidad

    f.
    homogeneity.
    * * *
    1 homogeneity, uniformity
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    * * *

    Ex: The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.

    * * *
    homogeneity
    * * *

    homogeneidad sustantivo femenino homogeneity: estos rebaños tienen una gran homogeneidad, these flocks are very homogeneous
    * * *
    homogeneity
    * * *
    : homogeneity

    Spanish-English dictionary > homogeneidad

  • 9 sinergia

    f.
    synergy.
    * * *
    1 synergy
    * * *
    * * *
    = synergy, synergetics, synergism.
    Ex. The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.
    Ex. Science has created tools to understand the world in its total complex structure: thermodynamics, synergetics and the theory of chaos and of fractals.
    Ex. Librarians and publishers need to transform their roles to strengthen this synergism.
    ----
    * actuar en sinergia = synergize.
    * * *
    = synergy, synergetics, synergism.

    Ex: The homogeneity, competitiveness and resulting synergy of this market is fostering significant advances in the capability of smaller computers to manage large massess of data.

    Ex: Science has created tools to understand the world in its total complex structure: thermodynamics, synergetics and the theory of chaos and of fractals.
    Ex: Librarians and publishers need to transform their roles to strengthen this synergism.
    * actuar en sinergia = synergize.

    * * *
    synergy
    * * *

    sinergia f Med Anat Econ synergy
    * * *
    synergy
    * * *
    f BIO, fig
    synergy

    Spanish-English dictionary > sinergia

  • 10 sinérgicamente

    adv.
    synergistically, with synergy.
    * * *
    Ex. Human knowledge and machine knowledge can be integrated more synergistically to improve the performance of expert systems.
    * * *

    Ex: Human knowledge and machine knowledge can be integrated more synergistically to improve the performance of expert systems.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sinérgicamente

  • 11 sinergia

    nf
    synergy n

    Spanish-English Business Glossary > sinergia

  • 12 interacción cooperativa

    • cooperative interaction
    • synergy

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > interacción cooperativa

  • 13 sinergia

    • catalysis
    • coadjuvancy
    • cooperative interaction
    • synergy

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > sinergia

  • 14 interacción cooperativa

    f.
    cooperative interaction, synergy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > interacción cooperativa

  • 15 sinergismo

    m.
    1 synergism, synergy, group action, positive group interaction.
    2 synergism.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sinergismo

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  • Synergy — steht für Synergy (Software), ein Computersteuerungsprogramm Synergy (Mod), eine Half Life 2 Modifikation ein Pseudonym des Musikers Larry Fast Siehe auch: Synergie Rational Synergy …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • synergy — I noun coaction, coincidence, collaboration, combined action, combined effect, combined operation, concert, concurrence, cooperation, cooperative action, joint effect, synergism, united action II index collusion, concert Burton s Legal Thesaurus …   Law dictionary

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