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  • 661 ¡mi vida!

    ¡mi vida!
    (mein) Schatz!

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¡mi vida!

  • 662 ¡tú estate pendiente de lo tuyo!

    ¡tú estate pendiente de lo tuyo!
    kümmere du dich um deine Angelegenheiten!

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¡tú estate pendiente de lo tuyo!

  • 663 ¿cómo te va la vida?

    ¿cómo te va la vida?
    wie geht's dir?

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¿cómo te va la vida?

  • 664 ¿qué es de tu vida?

    ¿qué es de tu vida?
    was gibt's Neues bei dir?

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > ¿qué es de tu vida?

  • 665 abrirse camino en la vida

    to get on in life
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    to get ahead (in life); to make one's way in life
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    (v.) = get on in + life
    Ex. He believed that, to get on in life, you just needed to work fairly hard and be a nice guy.
    * * *
    (v.) = get on in + life

    Ex: He believed that, to get on in life, you just needed to work fairly hard and be a nice guy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abrirse camino en la vida

  • 666 asignatura pendiente

    (en el colegio) subject which has to be retaken 2 (en la política etc) unresolved issue, issue which still has to be tackled, unfinished business
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    (Educ) subject which one has to retake; ( asunto sin resolver) unresolved matter
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    (n.) = unfinished business, unresolved matter
    Ex. The current round of negotiations will leave much unfinished business to be carried over to subsequent rounds.
    Ex. This is further evidence of their sincere desire to clear up any unresolved matters and safeguard against similar issues in the future.
    * * *
    (Educ) subject which one has to retake; ( asunto sin resolver) unresolved matter
    * * *
    (n.) = unfinished business, unresolved matter

    Ex: The current round of negotiations will leave much unfinished business to be carried over to subsequent rounds.

    Ex: This is further evidence of their sincere desire to clear up any unresolved matters and safeguard against similar issues in the future.

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    EDU failed subject; asunto unfinished business, unresolved matter

    Spanish-English dictionary > asignatura pendiente

  • 667 calidad de vida

    quality of life
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    Ex. The aim of the public library is to contribute to sustaining the quality of life in all aspects.
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    * * *

    Ex: The aim of the public library is to contribute to sustaining the quality of life in all aspects.

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    quality of life

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  • 668 cambiar la vida

    (v.) = change + life
    Ex. The author argues that the capacity of books to change lives and to civilize readers cannot be overstated = El autor sostiene la opinión de que no se puede dejar de recalcar la capacidad de los libros para cambiar la vida de las personas y civilizar a los lectores.
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    (v.) = change + life

    Ex: The author argues that the capacity of books to change lives and to civilize readers cannot be overstated = El autor sostiene la opinión de que no se puede dejar de recalcar la capacidad de los libros para cambiar la vida de las personas y civilizar a los lectores.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cambiar la vida

  • 669 ciencias de la vida

    (n.) = biosciences
    Ex. The main goal of the course, Bioscientific Documentation, has been the integration of traditional document handling techniques with modern information management in the biosciences, so creating a new type of profession.
    * * *
    las ciencias de la vida
    (n.) = life sciences, the

    Ex: In the life sciences, the continuing growth in the number of these sources creates problems for biologists.

    Ex: The main goal of the course, Bioscientific Documentation, has been the integration of traditional document handling techniques with modern information management in the biosciences, so creating a new type of profession.

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  • 670 complicarse la vida

    to make life difficult for oneself, make things hard for oneself
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    to make life difficult for o.s.
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    (v.) = ask for + trouble
    Ex. Systematically throwing in other resources that don't behave like documents and are not used as such is asking for trouble.
    * * *
    (v.) = ask for + trouble

    Ex: Systematically throwing in other resources that don't behave like documents and are not used as such is asking for trouble.

    Spanish-English dictionary > complicarse la vida

  • 671 coste de la vida

    cost of living
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    Ex. Additional considerations such as funding sources to cover air fares, differences in salaries and cost of living, and visa applications are discussed.
    * * *

    Ex: Additional considerations such as funding sources to cover air fares, differences in salaries and cost of living, and visa applications are discussed.

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  • 672 dar señales de vida

    to show signs of life
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    (v.) = show + signs of life
    Ex. These new investments are among several indicators that Europe's moribund entrepreneurial scene is showing signs of life.
    * * *
    (v.) = show + signs of life

    Ex: These new investments are among several indicators that Europe's moribund entrepreneurial scene is showing signs of life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar señales de vida

  • 673 dar vida a

    (parir) to give birth to 2 (realizar) to bring to life
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    (v.) = jazz up, brighten up, give + life to
    Ex. After jazzing up her appearance with a new blonde hairdo, she turns up in his office and talks him into taking her out for a meal.
    Ex. The flowers will really help brighten up the cemetery when they flower in spring.
    Ex. Greg also gave renewed life to an older saying of Copinger, that 'bibliography is the grammar of literary investigation'.
    * * *
    (v.) = jazz up, brighten up, give + life to

    Ex: After jazzing up her appearance with a new blonde hairdo, she turns up in his office and talks him into taking her out for a meal.

    Ex: The flowers will really help brighten up the cemetery when they flower in spring.
    Ex: Greg also gave renewed life to an older saying of Copinger, that 'bibliography is the grammar of literary investigation'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar vida a

  • 674 de por vida

    for life
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    (adj.) = lifelong [life-long], lifetime [life-time]
    Ex. That is, his pupils might very well have been enjoying themselves, but he was not necessarily educating them into lifelong literary readers.
    Ex. The aim of the project was to help create lifetime readers with a critical eye for good books.
    * * *
    (adj.) = lifelong [life-long], lifetime [life-time]

    Ex: That is, his pupils might very well have been enjoying themselves, but he was not necessarily educating them into lifelong literary readers.

    Ex: The aim of the project was to help create lifetime readers with a critical eye for good books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de por vida

  • 675 de toda la vida

    lifelong
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    (adj.) = lifelong [life-long]
    Ex. That is, his pupils might very well have been enjoying themselves, but he was not necessarily educating them into lifelong literary readers.
    * * *
    (adj.) = lifelong [life-long]

    Ex: That is, his pupils might very well have been enjoying themselves, but he was not necessarily educating them into lifelong literary readers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de toda la vida

  • 676 esperanza de vida

    life expectancy
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    (n.) = life expectancy, lifespan [life span]
    Ex. According to the article, persons who eat onions with every meal have a life expectancy of some 1% above the national average, but they are invited to only 20% as many parties and their divorce expectancy is 200% above the national average = De acuerdo con el artículo, las personas que comen cebollas en cada comida tienen una esperanza de vida de un 1% por encima de la media nacional, pero se les invita sólo a un 20% de las fiestas y su índice de divorcios es del 200% por encima de la media.
    Ex. This article discusses the lifespan of photographic film and warns about processing and duplicating methods = Este artículo trata de la vida útil de las películas fotográficas y advierte sobre los métodos de procesamiento y duplicado.
    * * *
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    (n.) = life expectancy, lifespan [life span]

    Ex: According to the article, persons who eat onions with every meal have a life expectancy of some 1% above the national average, but they are invited to only 20% as many parties and their divorce expectancy is 200% above the national average = De acuerdo con el artículo, las personas que comen cebollas en cada comida tienen una esperanza de vida de un 1% por encima de la media nacional, pero se les invita sólo a un 20% de las fiestas y su índice de divorcios es del 200% por encima de la media.

    Ex: This article discusses the lifespan of photographic film and warns about processing and duplicating methods = Este artículo trata de la vida útil de las películas fotográficas y advierte sobre los métodos de procesamiento y duplicado.

    * * *
    life expectancy

    Spanish-English dictionary > esperanza de vida

  • 677 estilo de vida

    way of life
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    way of life, lifestyle
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    (n.) = lifestyle [life style/life-style], style of life, way of life
    Ex. Through guided discussions of novels that represent different lifestyles and backgrounds librarians and teachers can help students deal with their own differences and those that they see in others.
    Ex. For he prided himself on being the leader of Boston's brahmin class, and his hallmark was a conservative and aristocratic style of life = Porque él se enorgullecía de ser el líder de la clase superior de Boston y su sello personal era un estilo de vida aristocrático y conservador.
    Ex. EEC's activities provoke general interest only when they seem to pose a threat to yet another apect of the British way of life.
    * * *
    way of life, lifestyle
    * * *
    (n.) = lifestyle [life style/life-style], style of life, way of life

    Ex: Through guided discussions of novels that represent different lifestyles and backgrounds librarians and teachers can help students deal with their own differences and those that they see in others.

    Ex: For he prided himself on being the leader of Boston's brahmin class, and his hallmark was a conservative and aristocratic style of life = Porque él se enorgullecía de ser el líder de la clase superior de Boston y su sello personal era un estilo de vida aristocrático y conservador.
    Ex: EEC's activities provoke general interest only when they seem to pose a threat to yet another apect of the British way of life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estilo de vida

  • 678 expectativas de vida

    femenino plural life expectancy
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    Ex. According to the article, persons who eat onions with every meal have a life expectancy of some 1% above the national average, but they are invited to only 20% as many parties and their divorce expectancy is 200% above the national average = De acuerdo con el artículo, las personas que comen cebollas en cada comida tienen una esperanza de vida de un 1% por encima de la media nacional, pero se les invita sólo a un 20% de las fiestas y su índice de divorcios es del 200% por encima de la media.
    * * *
    femenino plural life expectancy
    * * *

    Ex: According to the article, persons who eat onions with every meal have a life expectancy of some 1% above the national average, but they are invited to only 20% as many parties and their divorce expectancy is 200% above the national average = De acuerdo con el artículo, las personas que comen cebollas en cada comida tienen una esperanza de vida de un 1% por encima de la media nacional, pero se les invita sólo a un 20% de las fiestas y su índice de divorcios es del 200% por encima de la media.

    Spanish-English dictionary > expectativas de vida

  • 679 experiencia de la vida

    Ex. In this mood we select books that connect with the way we are now, with the experiences of life we are presently encountering = En este estado de ánimo escogemos libros relacionados con nuestra forma de ser ahora, con las experiencias de la vida que estamos teniendo en la actualidad.
    * * *

    Ex: In this mood we select books that connect with the way we are now, with the experiences of life we are presently encountering = En este estado de ánimo escogemos libros relacionados con nuestra forma de ser ahora, con las experiencias de la vida que estamos teniendo en la actualidad.

    Spanish-English dictionary > experiencia de la vida

  • 680 ganarse la vida

    to earn a living, earn one's living
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    to earn one's living
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    = earn + a living, make + a living, earn + income, earn + Posesivo + living, make + Posesivo + living, Verbo + for a living
    Ex. Incentives to earn more than a living were few, and if a man could get his bread by less than a whole week's work, he might well take the rest of the time off.
    Ex. Before leaving the problems of making a living from bookselling it is interesting to take note of one last set of figures in the surveys which give some details of the sales made by bookshops.
    Ex. This enables them to earn an income, which is usually higher than the national average.
    Ex. Professional abstractors earn their living by abstracting.
    Ex. The new hip agrarians, who are attempting to make their living from the land as did the early settlers, must rely on the printed word to bridge the gap between themselves and their ancestors.
    Ex. Not once did it occur to me that I was having a heart-to-heart with a woman who faked orgasms for a living.
    * * *
    = earn + a living, make + a living, earn + income, earn + Posesivo + living, make + Posesivo + living, Verbo + for a living

    Ex: Incentives to earn more than a living were few, and if a man could get his bread by less than a whole week's work, he might well take the rest of the time off.

    Ex: Before leaving the problems of making a living from bookselling it is interesting to take note of one last set of figures in the surveys which give some details of the sales made by bookshops.
    Ex: This enables them to earn an income, which is usually higher than the national average.
    Ex: Professional abstractors earn their living by abstracting.
    Ex: The new hip agrarians, who are attempting to make their living from the land as did the early settlers, must rely on the printed word to bridge the gap between themselves and their ancestors.
    Ex: Not once did it occur to me that I was having a heart-to-heart with a woman who faked orgasms for a living.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ganarse la vida

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