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  • 741 tener suerte

    v.
    to be lucky, to have good luck, to have luck, to get lucky.
    * * *
    to be lucky
    * * *
    (v.) = be lucky, count + Posesivo + blessings, get + lucky, strike + gold, hit + the jackpot, strike + lucky, be in for a good thing, come in for + a good thing, be into a good thing, be in luck
    Ex. 'We were lucky you happened to be sitting in your dean's office when I called about the position, and that you could come over for an interview right away'.
    Ex. The article ' Count your blessings' evaluates the features and performance of 7 log-file analyzers designed to analyze the traffic using World Wide Web (WWW) Web sites.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Sports get lucky with lotteries lolly'.
    Ex. That was a Gold Rush term: the money a miner needed for grub until he struck gold.
    Ex. Many gamblers dream about the day that they will hit the jackpot.
    Ex. It's a bit like a lottery -- sometimes you strike lucky and become rich and famous.
    Ex. The value of shares were steadily rising and we began to hope that we might be in for a good thing at last.
    Ex. They are the kind who complain of their hard luck when some one else happens to come in for a good thing.
    Ex. They are plainly and simply greedy people who are into a good thing.
    Ex. We were in luck in that the cheese was both in season and in stock andwe bought a huge wheel for 11 euros.
    * * *
    (v.) = be lucky, count + Posesivo + blessings, get + lucky, strike + gold, hit + the jackpot, strike + lucky, be in for a good thing, come in for + a good thing, be into a good thing, be in luck

    Ex: 'We were lucky you happened to be sitting in your dean's office when I called about the position, and that you could come over for an interview right away'.

    Ex: The article ' Count your blessings' evaluates the features and performance of 7 log-file analyzers designed to analyze the traffic using World Wide Web (WWW) Web sites.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Sports get lucky with lotteries lolly'.
    Ex: That was a Gold Rush term: the money a miner needed for grub until he struck gold.
    Ex: Many gamblers dream about the day that they will hit the jackpot.
    Ex: It's a bit like a lottery -- sometimes you strike lucky and become rich and famous.
    Ex: The value of shares were steadily rising and we began to hope that we might be in for a good thing at last.
    Ex: They are the kind who complain of their hard luck when some one else happens to come in for a good thing.
    Ex: They are plainly and simply greedy people who are into a good thing.
    Ex: We were in luck in that the cheese was both in season and in stock and
    we bought a huge wheel for 11 euros
    .

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener suerte

  • 742 tener sueño

    v.
    to be sleepy, to feel sleepy.
    * * *
    to feel sleepy, be sleepy
    * * *
    (v.) = be sleepy, feel + sleepy
    Ex. The day was definitely ending and she was sleepy from work, hunger, lack of sleep and probably dehydration.
    Ex. If during the day, you feel sleepy then it can help tremendously if you wash your face with cold water.
    * * *
    (v.) = be sleepy, feel + sleepy

    Ex: The day was definitely ending and she was sleepy from work, hunger, lack of sleep and probably dehydration.

    Ex: If during the day, you feel sleepy then it can help tremendously if you wash your face with cold water.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener sueño

  • 743 tener un corazón de oro

    to have a heart of gold
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a heart of gold
    Ex. Though my old man's a dustman he's got a heart of gold.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a heart of gold

    Ex: Though my old man's a dustman he's got a heart of gold.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener un corazón de oro

  • 744 tener una cita

    to have an appointment, have an engagement
    * * *
    = date
    Ex. Blood hypothesized that girls were dated because they exhibit such personality characteristics as consideration, cheerfulness, being a good sport, & a sense of humor = Blood formuló la hipótesis de que las chicas tenían citas debido a las características de su personalidad como consideración, alegría, ser una tía apañada y tener sentido del humor.
    * * *

    Ex: Blood hypothesized that girls were dated because they exhibit such personality characteristics as consideration, cheerfulness, being a good sport, & a sense of humor = Blood formuló la hipótesis de que las chicas tenían citas debido a las características de su personalidad como consideración, alegría, ser una tía apañada y tener sentido del humor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener una cita

  • 745 tener éxito

    v.
    to have success, to be successful, to succeed, to be a hit.
    Ricardo acertó en su empresa Richard succeeded in his undertaking.
    * * *
    to be successful
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = achieve + success, be successful, get + anywhere, meet + success, prove + successful, succeed, attain + appeal, be a success, find + success, come up + trumps, prove + trumps, take off, meet with + success, hit + the big time, be popular, go + strong
    Ex. Some success was achieved in 1851 by boiling straw in caustic soda and mixing it with rag stock, but the resulting paper was still of poor quality and was little used by printers.
    Ex. For a scheme to be successful in the long term it is vital that there should be an organisational structure to support the scheme.
    Ex. The storyteller has in fact to be something of a showman, a performer, before he gets anywhere.
    Ex. Although the fifteenth edition met with some success, it was not generally popular.
    Ex. In Germany, Hitler's propaganda machine was proving alarmingly successful.
    Ex. Had this venture succeeded, the complete face of bibliographical control today would have been different.
    Ex. The good novelist is therefore an author with a wide appeal but this wide appeal is not attained, or even sought, through a dilution of quality; it is simply that this type of writer has a different sort of skill.
    Ex. The idea of having several indexes has not proved to be a success and has been dropped.
    Ex. During the 1980s, due to technology like cable and pay per view, wrestling increased its visibility and found some mainstream success.
    Ex. The article 'Clumps come up trumps' reviews four clump projects now at the end of their funding period = El artículo "Los catálogos colectivos virtuales triunfan' analiza cuatro proyectos sobre catálogos colectivos virtuales que se encuentran al final de su período de financiación.
    Ex. This new software will prove trumps for Microsoft = Este nuevo software será un éxito para Microsoft.
    Ex. But at some stage they are going to take off and public librarians will need to be ready to stake their claim to be the most appropriate people to collect and organize local community information.
    Ex. Consumers appear to complain largely when they believe their efforts were likely to meet with success.
    Ex. The word 'humongous' first darted onto the linguistic stage only about 1968 but hit the big time almost immediately and has been with us ever since.
    Ex. The arrangement of two rotors side by side was never very popular.
    Ex. At that time OCLC was already going strong, and we tried to find some backing from the State of New York and possibly from the federal government to marry those two systems.
    * * *
    (v.) = achieve + success, be successful, get + anywhere, meet + success, prove + successful, succeed, attain + appeal, be a success, find + success, come up + trumps, prove + trumps, take off, meet with + success, hit + the big time, be popular, go + strong

    Ex: Some success was achieved in 1851 by boiling straw in caustic soda and mixing it with rag stock, but the resulting paper was still of poor quality and was little used by printers.

    Ex: For a scheme to be successful in the long term it is vital that there should be an organisational structure to support the scheme.
    Ex: The storyteller has in fact to be something of a showman, a performer, before he gets anywhere.
    Ex: Although the fifteenth edition met with some success, it was not generally popular.
    Ex: In Germany, Hitler's propaganda machine was proving alarmingly successful.
    Ex: Had this venture succeeded, the complete face of bibliographical control today would have been different.
    Ex: The good novelist is therefore an author with a wide appeal but this wide appeal is not attained, or even sought, through a dilution of quality; it is simply that this type of writer has a different sort of skill.
    Ex: The idea of having several indexes has not proved to be a success and has been dropped.
    Ex: During the 1980s, due to technology like cable and pay per view, wrestling increased its visibility and found some mainstream success.
    Ex: The article 'Clumps come up trumps' reviews four clump projects now at the end of their funding period = El artículo "Los catálogos colectivos virtuales triunfan' analiza cuatro proyectos sobre catálogos colectivos virtuales que se encuentran al final de su período de financiación.
    Ex: This new software will prove trumps for Microsoft = Este nuevo software será un éxito para Microsoft.
    Ex: But at some stage they are going to take off and public librarians will need to be ready to stake their claim to be the most appropriate people to collect and organize local community information.
    Ex: Consumers appear to complain largely when they believe their efforts were likely to meet with success.
    Ex: The word 'humongous' first darted onto the linguistic stage only about 1968 but hit the big time almost immediately and has been with us ever since.
    Ex: The arrangement of two rotors side by side was never very popular.
    Ex: At that time OCLC was already going strong, and we tried to find some backing from the State of New York and possibly from the federal government to marry those two systems.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener éxito

  • 746 triunfar en la vida

    to succeed in life
    * * *
    (v.) = succeed in + life
    Ex. The most famous person to drop out of college who still succeeded in life is no doubt Microsoft founder Bill Gates.
    * * *
    (v.) = succeed in + life

    Ex: The most famous person to drop out of college who still succeeded in life is no doubt Microsoft founder Bill Gates.

    Spanish-English dictionary > triunfar en la vida

  • 747 vida a toda pastilla

    Ex. The article ' Life in the fast lane: reference in a business archives' is devoted to archival reference services = El artículo "La vida desenfrenada: la referencia en un archivo de empresa" trata de los servicios de referencia de archivo.
    * * *

    Ex: The article ' Life in the fast lane: reference in a business archives' is devoted to archival reference services = El artículo "La vida desenfrenada: la referencia en un archivo de empresa" trata de los servicios de referencia de archivo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida a toda pastilla

  • 748 vida como trabajador

    (n.) = working life
    Ex. This article briefly discusses her early life and education, her career as reporter, teacher and librarian, her decision to join a religious order, and her working life until her retirement and death in 1982 = Este artículo habla brevemente de sus primeros años de vida y educación recibida, su carrera como periodista, profesora y biblioteca, su decisión de ingresar en una orden religiosa y su vida laboral hasta su jubilación y muerte en 1982.
    * * *

    Ex: This article briefly discusses her early life and education, her career as reporter, teacher and librarian, her decision to join a religious order, and her working life until her retirement and death in 1982 = Este artículo habla brevemente de sus primeros años de vida y educación recibida, su carrera como periodista, profesora y biblioteca, su decisión de ingresar en una orden religiosa y su vida laboral hasta su jubilación y muerte en 1982.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida como trabajador

  • 749 vida cotidiana

    (n.) = daily life, everyday living, daily living
    Ex. Transitory circumstances of daily life are what cause these shifts.
    Ex. John Maclaren in 1969 had drawn attention to the role of libraries in maintaining the quality of everyday living.
    Ex. Its major objectives were to demonstrate to neighborhood residents and the community at large that the urban public library can be a vital force in daily living.
    * * *
    la vida cotidiana
    (n.) = day to day life, the, everyday life

    Ex: The article 'The information society of the 1990s; blue sky and green pastures?' considers how the transformation into an information intensive society affects the day to day life of an individual.

    Ex: Education will become a part of everyday life, accessible and affordable for anyone, anywhere, at any time, in a wide variety of disciplines.

    (n.) = daily life, everyday living, daily living

    Ex: Transitory circumstances of daily life are what cause these shifts.

    Ex: John Maclaren in 1969 had drawn attention to the role of libraries in maintaining the quality of everyday living.
    Ex: Its major objectives were to demonstrate to neighborhood residents and the community at large that the urban public library can be a vital force in daily living.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida cotidiana

  • 750 vida de perros

    dog's life
    * * *
    (fam) dog's life; que vida de vida! it's a dog's life!
    * * *
    Ex. The programme 'Woof! It's a Dog's Life' tackles the trials and tribulations of being a dog owner.
    * * *
    (fam) dog's life; que vida de vida! it's a dog's life!
    * * *

    Ex: The programme 'Woof! It's a Dog's Life' tackles the trials and tribulations of being a dog owner.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida de perros

  • 751 vida desenfrenada

    Ex. The article ' Life in the fast lane: reference in a business archives' is devoted to archival reference services = El artículo "La vida desenfrenada: la referencia en un archivo de empresa" trata de los servicios de referencia de archivo.
    * * *

    Ex: The article ' Life in the fast lane: reference in a business archives' is devoted to archival reference services = El artículo "La vida desenfrenada: la referencia en un archivo de empresa" trata de los servicios de referencia de archivo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida desenfrenada

  • 752 vida diaria

    (n.) = daily life
    Ex. Transitory circumstances of daily life are what cause these shifts.
    * * *
    la vida diaria

    Ex: Education will become a part of everyday life, accessible and affordable for anyone, anywhere, at any time, in a wide variety of disciplines.

    (n.) = daily life

    Ex: Transitory circumstances of daily life are what cause these shifts.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida diaria

  • 753 vida disoluta

    f.
    life of pleasure, loose living, debauch.
    * * *
    (n.) = life in the fast lane, loose life
    Ex. The article ' Life in the fast lane: reference in a business archives' is devoted to archival reference services = El artículo "La vida desenfrenada: la referencia en un archivo de empresa" trata de los servicios de referencia de archivo.
    Ex. She was a beautiful woman living in a plush residence in Mayfair and notorious for her loose life.
    * * *
    (n.) = life in the fast lane, loose life

    Ex: The article ' Life in the fast lane: reference in a business archives' is devoted to archival reference services = El artículo "La vida desenfrenada: la referencia en un archivo de empresa" trata de los servicios de referencia de archivo.

    Ex: She was a beautiful woman living in a plush residence in Mayfair and notorious for her loose life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida disoluta

  • 754 vida familiar

    f.
    home life, family life.
    * * *
    family life
    * * *
    (n.) = family life
    Ex. Statistics show black family life to be an appalling concoction of poverty, shooting and rampant teenage pregnancy.
    * * *

    Ex: Statistics show black family life to be an appalling concoction of poverty, shooting and rampant teenage pregnancy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida familiar

  • 755 vida laboral

    (n.) = working life
    Ex. This article briefly discusses her early life and education, her career as reporter, teacher and librarian, her decision to join a religious order, and her working life until her retirement and death in 1982 = Este artículo habla brevemente de sus primeros años de vida y educación recibida, su carrera como periodista, profesora y biblioteca, su decisión de ingresar en una orden religiosa y su vida laboral hasta su jubilación y muerte en 1982.
    * * *

    Ex: This article briefly discusses her early life and education, her career as reporter, teacher and librarian, her decision to join a religious order, and her working life until her retirement and death in 1982 = Este artículo habla brevemente de sus primeros años de vida y educación recibida, su carrera como periodista, profesora y biblioteca, su decisión de ingresar en una orden religiosa y su vida laboral hasta su jubilación y muerte en 1982.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida laboral

  • 756 vida pública

    (n.) = public life
    Ex. The study is situated within the contested public discourse about the importance of certain key institutions, such as the library, in public life = Este estudio se sitúa dentro del debate social abierto existente hoy sobre la importancia de ciertas instituciones clave, tal como la biblioteca, en la vida pública.
    * * *

    Ex: The study is situated within the contested public discourse about the importance of certain key institutions, such as the library, in public life = Este estudio se sitúa dentro del debate social abierto existente hoy sobre la importancia de ciertas instituciones clave, tal como la biblioteca, en la vida pública.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida pública

  • 757 vida sentimental

    f.
    love life.
    * * *
    love life
    * * *
    (n.) = love life
    Ex. 'The old maid' is an 'ingenue' who put her career ahead of her love life.
    * * *
    (n.) = love life

    Ex: 'The old maid' is an 'ingenue' who put her career ahead of her love life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida sentimental

  • 758 vida social

    f.
    social life, life in society.
    * * *
    social life; hacer vida social to socialize
    * * *
    (n.) = social life
    Ex. I am too old any longer to play games or dance; my social life is restricted; and I cannot, as I used, take much interest in the future of the world, for I shan't live long enough to see what is going to happen in it.
    * * *
    social life; hacer vida social to socialize
    * * *

    Ex: I am too old any longer to play games or dance; my social life is restricted; and I cannot, as I used, take much interest in the future of the world, for I shan't live long enough to see what is going to happen in it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida social

  • 759 vida útil

    f.
    useful life, estimated life, working life, effective life.
    * * *
    (n.) = lifetime [life time], life expectancy, lifespan [life span], useful life, shelf life, service life
    Ex. Bibliography and Library science reflect the changes that took place in Bliss's lifetime.
    Ex. This article discusses the life expectancy of paperback books in academic libraries.
    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.
    Ex. The method is based on the useful life of books and their original cost.
    Ex. The research concluded that the best way to extend shelf life was by using traditional binding.
    Ex. The author discusses how t might be possible to extrapolate these results to produce estimates of the service life of library books.
    * * *
    (n.) = lifetime [life time], life expectancy, lifespan [life span], useful life, shelf life, service life

    Ex: Bibliography and Library science reflect the changes that took place in Bliss's lifetime.

    Ex: This article discusses the life expectancy of paperback books in academic libraries.
    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.
    Ex: The method is based on the useful life of books and their original cost.
    Ex: The research concluded that the best way to extend shelf life was by using traditional binding.
    Ex: The author discusses how t might be possible to extrapolate these results to produce estimates of the service life of library books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida útil

  • 760 costo de vida

    Spanish-English dictionary > costo de vida

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