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  • 441 cambio estacional

    m.
    seasonal fluctuation.
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    Ex. Salt efflorescence on the brick wall there shows seasonal changes with an annual cycle.
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    Ex: Salt efflorescence on the brick wall there shows seasonal changes with an annual cycle.

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  • 442 cambio hormonal

    Ex. It is advisable to spay sheepdog bitches since being in heat will bring on all kinds of hormonal changes and they will fight for reasons unknown to us.
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    Ex: It is advisable to spay sheepdog bitches since being in heat will bring on all kinds of hormonal changes and they will fight for reasons unknown to us.

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  • 443 cambio inesperado

    (n.) = twist
    Ex. 'But human creatures must not help each other nor must they make any maudlin twist'.
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    (n.) = twist

    Ex: 'But human creatures must not help each other nor must they make any maudlin twist'.

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  • 444 cambio institucional

    Ex. Cultural change is a critical issue if we wish to see long-term institutional change.
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    Ex: Cultural change is a critical issue if we wish to see long-term institutional change.

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  • 445 cambio metereológico

    Ex. Environment Abstracts compiles, summarises, and indexes contribution on such topics as air, water, and soil pollution, toxicology, land use and misuse, waste management, weather modification, and endangered species.
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    Ex: Environment Abstracts compiles, summarises, and indexes contribution on such topics as air, water, and soil pollution, toxicology, land use and misuse, waste management, weather modification, and endangered species.

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  • 446 cambio profundo

    m.
    profound change.
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    Ex. This revolution is related to the profound changes which have been taking place in British society.
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    Ex: This revolution is related to the profound changes which have been taking place in British society.

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  • 447 cambio radical

    m.
    1 drastic change, profound change, total change, dramatic change.
    2 rebirth, conversion.
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    (n.) = revulsion, sea change, radical change
    Ex. I have spoken of enumeration in terms perhaps dictated by a revulsion from the view so often held that the compilation of subject catalogues is the true and proper function of the bibliographer.
    Ex. Local publishing in the developing world will undergo a sea change if the Bank adopts the recommendations of the seminar as policy.
    Ex. Theses paintings represent the continuation of China's long pictorial heritage in an era of radical change and challenges for artists.
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    (n.) = revulsion, sea change, radical change

    Ex: I have spoken of enumeration in terms perhaps dictated by a revulsion from the view so often held that the compilation of subject catalogues is the true and proper function of the bibliographer.

    Ex: Local publishing in the developing world will undergo a sea change if the Bank adopts the recommendations of the seminar as policy.
    Ex: Theses paintings represent the continuation of China's long pictorial heritage in an era of radical change and challenges for artists.

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  • 448 cambio radical de postura

    (n.) = about-face
    Ex. Tanzania provides one of the most extreme examples of an about-face in food marketing.
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    (n.) = about-face

    Ex: Tanzania provides one of the most extreme examples of an about-face in food marketing.

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  • 449 cambio revolucionario

    m.
    revolutionary change, sweeping change.
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    Ex. New computer based technologies are evincing revolutionary changes in the educational curriculum for schools of library and information science.
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    Ex: New computer based technologies are evincing revolutionary changes in the educational curriculum for schools of library and information science.

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  • 450 cambio social

    m.
    1 social change.
    2 amendment to the articles of incorporation.
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    (n.) = social change, societal change
    Ex. We need to replace those aspects of traditional public library service which have been taken over by other media or rendered redundant by social change.
    Ex. Societal changes shaking all established institutions to their foundations also threaten to engulf the public library.
    * * *
    (n.) = social change, societal change

    Ex: We need to replace those aspects of traditional public library service which have been taken over by other media or rendered redundant by social change.

    Ex: Societal changes shaking all established institutions to their foundations also threaten to engulf the public library.

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  • 451 cambio total

    m.
    total change, somersault, volte-face.
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    (n.) = turnabout [turn-about], turnaround
    Ex. Current uncertainties and frustrations are creating a possible turn-about by many academic librarians from their 1969 position of demanding equal status with faculty.
    Ex. This article describes how an innovative response to the problem led to a turnaround in the company's fortunes.
    * * *
    (n.) = turnabout [turn-about], turnaround

    Ex: Current uncertainties and frustrations are creating a possible turn-about by many academic librarians from their 1969 position of demanding equal status with faculty.

    Ex: This article describes how an innovative response to the problem led to a turnaround in the company's fortunes.

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  • 452 cambio transformador

    m.
    revolutionary change, sweeping change.
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    (n.) = transformative change, transforming change
    Ex. Internet brings a new generation of information services that are the thin edge of the wedge of a radically transformative change in how people will access information.
    Ex. There are changes and there there are transforming changes.
    * * *
    (n.) = transformative change, transforming change

    Ex: Internet brings a new generation of information services that are the thin edge of the wedge of a radically transformative change in how people will access information.

    Ex: There are changes and there there are transforming changes.

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  • 453 cambio traumático

    Ex. It has survived for 70 years, enduring colonialism, Japanese occupation, the struggle for independence, wars, and traumatic changes of government and social structure.
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    Ex: It has survived for 70 years, enduring colonialism, Japanese occupation, the struggle for independence, wars, and traumatic changes of government and social structure.

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  • 454 cambio vertiginoso

    Ex. Digital technology has ushered us into a ceaseless spiral of change which represents, not so much an evolution from, but a formidable disjunction with the analog world.
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    Ex: Digital technology has ushered us into a ceaseless spiral of change which represents, not so much an evolution from, but a formidable disjunction with the analog world.

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  • 455 cedro rojo

    m.
    1 red cedar, pencil cedar, coniferous tree of the family Juniperous virginiana, eastern cedar.
    2 Spanish cedar, Cedrela odorata.
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    Ex. The ease with which thin cigar-box cedar could be cut contributed to the proliferation of complex geometric patterns combining many different shapes.
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    Ex: The ease with which thin cigar-box cedar could be cut contributed to the proliferation of complex geometric patterns combining many different shapes.

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  • 456 clima de cambio

    Ex. A major challenge in the climate of change is that of maintaining an adequate and well balanced collection and of fostering a universal pool of knowledge.
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    Ex: A major challenge in the climate of change is that of maintaining an adequate and well balanced collection and of fostering a universal pool of knowledge.

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  • 457 color verde

    m.
    green color, green, green colour.
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    (n.) = green
    Ex. Then the vibrant greens of summer are muted by a cloak of white and the refuge is wrapped in the severe beauty of northern winter.
    * * *
    (n.) = green

    Ex: Then the vibrant greens of summer are muted by a cloak of white and the refuge is wrapped in the severe beauty of northern winter.

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  • 458 dar luz verde

    (v.) = give + green light, give + the go-ahead
    Ex. The article 'Members give green light for unification' reports that the final go-ahead has been given by a majority of the Library Association (LA) members for the merging of the Institute of Information Scientists (IIS) and the LA to form a single organization.
    Ex. The article 'Members give green light for unification' reports that the final go-ahead has been given by a majority of the Library Association (LA) members for the merging of the Institute of Information Scientists (IIS) and the LA to form a single organization.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + green light, give + the go-ahead

    Ex: The article 'Members give green light for unification' reports that the final go-ahead has been given by a majority of the Library Association (LA) members for the merging of the Institute of Information Scientists (IIS) and the LA to form a single organization.

    Ex: The article 'Members give green light for unification' reports that the final go-ahead has been given by a majority of the Library Association (LA) members for the merging of the Institute of Information Scientists (IIS) and the LA to form a single organization.

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  • 459 de color rojo

    (adj.) = red-coloured
    Ex. Also known as ocean perch or rosefish in North America and as Norway haddock in Europe, the redfish is one of a number of red-coloured scorpion fish.
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    (adj.) = red-coloured

    Ex: Also known as ocean perch or rosefish in North America and as Norway haddock in Europe, the redfish is one of a number of red-coloured scorpion fish.

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  • 460 de color verde botella

    (adj.) = bottle green
    Ex. But it is the bottle-green icebergs that provoke the most interest, for it is not certain why they are green.
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    (adj.) = bottle green

    Ex: But it is the bottle-green icebergs that provoke the most interest, for it is not certain why they are green.

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