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  • 621 aun más

    adv.
    1 furthermore, moreover.
    2 even more, even more so, all the more, more.
    pron.
    even more, more, still more.
    * * *
    even more
    * * *
    = Verbo + further, even further, all the more, further, furthermore, beyond that, a fortiori
    Ex. Main classes are divided into subclasses which are further subdivided into form, place, time and subject aspects.
    Ex. Moreover, budgets will be squeezed even further by the rapidly rising costs of materials.
    Ex. He listened with rapture, and all the more because it was a poignant moment in his life.
    Ex. Further, no guidance can be expected on alternative terms that are related to the searcher's initial search term.
    Ex. Furthermore, since each systems indexes a separate set of documents, each system will have a different natural indexing language.
    Ex. Beyond that, a library can create these commons in cyberspace as well as in public buildings = Más aún, la biblioteca puede crear estos espacios públicos comunes en el ciberespacio además de en los edificios públicos.
    Ex. The same problem is posed a fortiori when the liquid to be pasteurized contains dissolved gas under pressure (carbonated liquid) -- the case of beer for example.
    * * *
    = Verbo + further, even further, all the more, further, furthermore, beyond that, a fortiori

    Ex: Main classes are divided into subclasses which are further subdivided into form, place, time and subject aspects.

    Ex: Moreover, budgets will be squeezed even further by the rapidly rising costs of materials.
    Ex: He listened with rapture, and all the more because it was a poignant moment in his life.
    Ex: Further, no guidance can be expected on alternative terms that are related to the searcher's initial search term.
    Ex: Furthermore, since each systems indexes a separate set of documents, each system will have a different natural indexing language.
    Ex: Beyond that, a library can create these commons in cyberspace as well as in public buildings = Más aún, la biblioteca puede crear estos espacios públicos comunes en el ciberespacio además de en los edificios públicos.
    Ex: The same problem is posed a fortiori when the liquid to be pasteurized contains dissolved gas under pressure (carbonated liquid) -- the case of beer for example.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aun más

  • 622 avanzar poco a poco

    Ex. So I say, we're just a bunch of poor, old, Midwestern pig farmers shuffling along trying to do what we can = Por eso digo que somos tan sólo un puñado de criadores de cerdos, viejos y pobres, de la región central de los Estados Unidos que vamos tirando como podemos.
    * * *
    avanzar poco a poco (hacia)

    Ex: The unemployment rate is edging toward 15 percent.

    Ex: So I say, we're just a bunch of poor, old, Midwestern pig farmers shuffling along trying to do what we can = Por eso digo que somos tan sólo un puñado de criadores de cerdos, viejos y pobres, de la región central de los Estados Unidos que vamos tirando como podemos.

    Spanish-English dictionary > avanzar poco a poco

  • 623 cada vez más

    more and more
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    more and more, increasingly
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    more and more, increasingly
    * * *
    * * *
    = ever-growing, ever-increasing, increasingly, more and more, progressively, ever more, mushrooming, ever greater, in increasing numbers, increasing
    Ex. To gauge the full impact on the BNB one must add to these Arabic publications half a dozen books in Kurdish, not forgetting the ever-growing list of translations of oriental works.
    Ex. Up to and including the fourteenth edition progress led to ever-increasing detail.
    Ex. Smaller libraries may increasingly use the Concise AACR2, and here again the recommendations are not always precisely consistent with AACR2.
    Ex. The tell-tale sign that an institution is no longer serving its initial function is that its energies are more and more consumed by is efforts to preserve and maintain its structure.
    Ex. After a variety of progressively more responsible positions at LC, he was promoted in 1964 to Associate Director of the Processing Department.
    Ex. As costs continue to rise and funds remain limited, the importance of spending each acquisitions dollar wisely becomes ever more apparent.
    Ex. The position of the library as source provider has been eroded in an age of information explosions and mushrooming technology.
    Ex. The results has been an ever greater obfuscation of what constitutes the profession of librarianship.
    Ex. Libraries are beginning to recognize that customers have choices for their information needs nd that some of these choices are drawing customers away from the library in increasing numbers, and perhaps for good.
    Ex. The final order on the shelves is the reverse of this, so that an order of increasing speciality is achieved.
    * * *
    = ever-growing, ever-increasing, increasingly, more and more, progressively, ever more, mushrooming, ever greater, in increasing numbers, increasing

    Ex: To gauge the full impact on the BNB one must add to these Arabic publications half a dozen books in Kurdish, not forgetting the ever-growing list of translations of oriental works.

    Ex: Up to and including the fourteenth edition progress led to ever-increasing detail.
    Ex: Smaller libraries may increasingly use the Concise AACR2, and here again the recommendations are not always precisely consistent with AACR2.
    Ex: The tell-tale sign that an institution is no longer serving its initial function is that its energies are more and more consumed by is efforts to preserve and maintain its structure.
    Ex: After a variety of progressively more responsible positions at LC, he was promoted in 1964 to Associate Director of the Processing Department.
    Ex: As costs continue to rise and funds remain limited, the importance of spending each acquisitions dollar wisely becomes ever more apparent.
    Ex: The position of the library as source provider has been eroded in an age of information explosions and mushrooming technology.
    Ex: The results has been an ever greater obfuscation of what constitutes the profession of librarianship.
    Ex: Libraries are beginning to recognize that customers have choices for their information needs nd that some of these choices are drawing customers away from the library in increasing numbers, and perhaps for good.
    Ex: The final order on the shelves is the reverse of this, so that an order of increasing speciality is achieved.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cada vez más

  • 624 con más frecuencia

    Ex. Library users tend to use commercial online databases most frequently early in the week, at midday and at times that correspond to the academic calendar = Los usuarios de la biblioteca tienden a usar las bases de datos comerciales en línea con más frecuencia al principio de la semana, al mediodía y en épocas que se corresponden con el calendario académico.
    * * *

    Ex: Library users tend to use commercial online databases most frequently early in the week, at midday and at times that correspond to the academic calendar = Los usuarios de la biblioteca tienden a usar las bases de datos comerciales en línea con más frecuencia al principio de la semana, al mediodía y en épocas que se corresponden con el calendario académico.

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  • 625 costumbre cada vez más frecuente

    Ex. The article 'On the fast track or the road to nowhere' points to the growing practice of subsuming public libraries into larger departments headed by non-librarians = El artículo "A la vanguardia o en un camino sin rumbo" pone de manifiesto la costumbre cada vez más frecuente de incluir las bibliotecas públicas dentro de órganismos más grandes dirigidos por personal no bibliotecario.
    * * *

    Ex: The article 'On the fast track or the road to nowhere' points to the growing practice of subsuming public libraries into larger departments headed by non-librarians = El artículo "A la vanguardia o en un camino sin rumbo" pone de manifiesto la costumbre cada vez más frecuente de incluir las bibliotecas públicas dentro de órganismos más grandes dirigidos por personal no bibliotecario.

    Spanish-English dictionary > costumbre cada vez más frecuente

  • 626 cuanto más

    adv.
    how much more.
    * * *
    (máximo) all the more
    * * *
    * * *
    = all the more so, all the more, a fortiori
    Ex. Authors gain exposure in their domain -- isn't it why one publishes? -- all the more so if it is through peer reviewing and what we hope will be a high quality conference.
    Ex. He listened with rapture, and all the more because it was a poignant moment in his life.
    Ex. The same problem is posed a fortiori when the liquid to be pasteurized contains dissolved gas under pressure (carbonated liquid) -- the case of beer for example.
    * * *
    = all the more so, all the more, a fortiori

    Ex: Authors gain exposure in their domain -- isn't it why one publishes? -- all the more so if it is through peer reviewing and what we hope will be a high quality conference.

    Ex: He listened with rapture, and all the more because it was a poignant moment in his life.
    Ex: The same problem is posed a fortiori when the liquid to be pasteurized contains dissolved gas under pressure (carbonated liquid) -- the case of beer for example.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuanto más

  • 627 de más

    spare, extra
    * * *
    = extra, one too many
    Ex. Each step of subdivision involves an extra character (see below).
    Ex. She was beginning to suspect that perhaps Ashenden had tippled one too many.
    * * *
    = extra, one too many

    Ex: Each step of subdivision involves an extra character (see below).

    Ex: She was beginning to suspect that perhaps Ashenden had tippled one too many.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de más

  • 628 demandar cada vez más enérgicamente

    (v.) = build + pressure
    Ex. Pressure for more open access to resources and better library services is building in the research community and academics are writing to Gorbachev urging open access to all kinds of information = La comunidad científica está demandando cada vez más enérgicamente mayor libre acceso a los recursos y mejores servicios bibliotecarios y los académicos le están pidiendo a Gorbachov por escrito el libre acceso a todo tipo de información.
    * * *
    (v.) = build + pressure

    Ex: Pressure for more open access to resources and better library services is building in the research community and academics are writing to Gorbachev urging open access to all kinds of information = La comunidad científica está demandando cada vez más enérgicamente mayor libre acceso a los recursos y mejores servicios bibliotecarios y los académicos le están pidiendo a Gorbachov por escrito el libre acceso a todo tipo de información.

    Spanish-English dictionary > demandar cada vez más enérgicamente

  • 629 dentro de poco

    soon, presently
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    soon, shortly
    * * *
    shortly, soon
    * * *
    Ex. News of boundless timber reserves spread, and before long lumberjacks from the thinning hardwood forests of New England swarmed into the uncharted area with no other possessions than their axes and brawn and the clothing they wore.
    * * *

    Ex: News of boundless timber reserves spread, and before long lumberjacks from the thinning hardwood forests of New England swarmed into the uncharted area with no other possessions than their axes and brawn and the clothing they wore.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dentro de poco

  • 630 el más allá

    the beyond
    * * *
    the beyond, the great beyond
    * * *
    Ex. I surmise that Slake will start in the hard-edged reality of modern urban life before sliding ineluctably into the darkling land of hereafter.
    * * *

    Ex: I surmise that Slake will start in the hard-edged reality of modern urban life before sliding ineluctably into the darkling land of hereafter.

    Spanish-English dictionary > el más allá

  • 631 enfrascarse en lo más difícil

    (v.) = swim in + the deep end, jump in at + the deep end, plunge in at + the deep end
    Ex. I was quickly swimming in the deep end, surrounded by the controversy over the decision to hold the 2000 conference in Jerusalem and the implementation of the recommendations of the Working Group on the Revision of the Statutes = De pronto me vi metido de lleno en lo más difícil de mi trabajo teniendo que resolver la polémica de si celebrar o no el congreso del año 2000 en Jerusalén y que poner en marcha las recomendaciones del Grupo de Trabajo sobre la Revisión de los Estatutos.
    Ex. The article ' Jumping in at the deep end' explains the benefits and disadvantages of being a freelance editor.
    Ex. It is giving me plenty of time to learn about the many aspects of being a teacher before being plunged in at the deep end.
    * * *
    (v.) = swim in + the deep end, jump in at + the deep end, plunge in at + the deep end

    Ex: I was quickly swimming in the deep end, surrounded by the controversy over the decision to hold the 2000 conference in Jerusalem and the implementation of the recommendations of the Working Group on the Revision of the Statutes = De pronto me vi metido de lleno en lo más difícil de mi trabajo teniendo que resolver la polémica de si celebrar o no el congreso del año 2000 en Jerusalén y que poner en marcha las recomendaciones del Grupo de Trabajo sobre la Revisión de los Estatutos.

    Ex: The article ' Jumping in at the deep end' explains the benefits and disadvantages of being a freelance editor.
    Ex: It is giving me plenty of time to learn about the many aspects of being a teacher before being plunged in at the deep end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > enfrascarse en lo más difícil

  • 632 es más

    adv.
    not only that, furthermore, moreover, and furthermore.
    * * *
    furthermore, what is more
    ————————
    what's more
    * * *
    = more important, moreover
    Ex. Objectives are tools; more important, they are tools that can relate closely to changing environments.
    Ex. Moreover, it was stated that only selected elements of subject indexing will be included.
    * * *
    = more important, moreover

    Ex: Objectives are tools; more important, they are tools that can relate closely to changing environments.

    Ex: Moreover, it was stated that only selected elements of subject indexing will be included.

    Spanish-English dictionary > es más

  • 633 hacer más consciente de Algo

    (v.) = heighten + awareness
    Ex. There is no doubt that IT has transformed attitudes and heightened the awareness of academics towards the significance of inculcating information skills = No hay duda de que la TI ha transformado las actitudes y ha hecho que los académicos sean más consciente de la importancia de inculcar las destrezas relacionadas con la información.
    * * *
    (v.) = heighten + awareness

    Ex: There is no doubt that IT has transformed attitudes and heightened the awareness of academics towards the significance of inculcating information skills = No hay duda de que la TI ha transformado las actitudes y ha hecho que los académicos sean más consciente de la importancia de inculcar las destrezas relacionadas con la información.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer más consciente de Algo

  • 634 hasta hace relativamente poco tiempo

    Ex. Until relatively recently all such transactions were recorded on paper and processed by hand or by means of slow electromechanical equipment = Hasta hace relativamente poco tiempo todas las transacciones de este tipo de registraban en papel y se procesaban a mano o por medios de equipos electromecánicos que eran lentos.
    * * *

    Ex: Until relatively recently all such transactions were recorded on paper and processed by hand or by means of slow electromechanical equipment = Hasta hace relativamente poco tiempo todas las transacciones de este tipo de registraban en papel y se procesaban a mano o por medios de equipos electromecánicos que eran lentos.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta hace relativamente poco tiempo

  • 635 llegar más lejos

    (v.) = stretch + further
    Ex. We can make the resources we have stretch further = Podemos hacer que los recursos que tenemos lleguen más lejos.
    * * *
    (v.) = stretch + further

    Ex: We can make the resources we have stretch further = Podemos hacer que los recursos que tenemos lleguen más lejos.

    Spanish-English dictionary > llegar más lejos

  • 636 lo más conveniente es que

    Ex. Again, and optimally, each library must establish the extent of its own geographic market area = De nuevo, lo más conveniente es que cada biblioteca defina su área geográfica de acción.
    * * *

    Ex: Again, and optimally, each library must establish the extent of its own geographic market area = De nuevo, lo más conveniente es que cada biblioteca defina su área geográfica de acción.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lo más conveniente es que

  • 637 meterse de lleno en lo más difícil

    (v.) = swim in + the deep end, jump in at + the deep end
    Ex. I was quickly swimming in the deep end, surrounded by the controversy over the decision to hold the 2000 conference in Jerusalem and the implementation of the recommendations of the Working Group on the Revision of the Statutes = De pronto me vi metido de lleno en lo más difícil de mi trabajo teniendo que resolver la polémica de si celebrar o no el congreso del año 2000 en Jerusalén y que poner en marcha las recomendaciones del Grupo de Trabajo sobre la Revisión de los Estatutos.
    Ex. The article ' Jumping in at the deep end' explains the benefits and disadvantages of being a freelance editor.
    * * *
    (v.) = swim in + the deep end, jump in at + the deep end

    Ex: I was quickly swimming in the deep end, surrounded by the controversy over the decision to hold the 2000 conference in Jerusalem and the implementation of the recommendations of the Working Group on the Revision of the Statutes = De pronto me vi metido de lleno en lo más difícil de mi trabajo teniendo que resolver la polémica de si celebrar o no el congreso del año 2000 en Jerusalén y que poner en marcha las recomendaciones del Grupo de Trabajo sobre la Revisión de los Estatutos.

    Ex: The article ' Jumping in at the deep end' explains the benefits and disadvantages of being a freelance editor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > meterse de lleno en lo más difícil

  • 638 más adelante

    adv.
    1 later on, later, afterward, afterwards.
    2 farther on, further along, further on.
    * * *
    (tiempo) later on 2 (espacio) further on
    * * *
    further on, later on
    * * *
    = later, further along, later on, in due time, at a later date
    Ex. Later, after examining maps of the area he may discover that the area that he is really interested in is Parliament Hill.
    Ex. These additional questions are address further along in the process, but awareness of their existence is esential in the deliberations attending the question 'Why?'.
    Ex. Later on, his findings were developed and specified in numerous studies by pedologists and vulcanologists.
    Ex. Whatever carrier you use, for long-term preservation (over decades) you have to refresh and migrate data carriers in due time.
    Ex. Word processing software available for use on mainframe computers, microcomputers and word processors was originally designed for application where it is convenient to be able to store a text, then recall this text, and re-use it with minor modifications, at a later date.
    * * *
    = later, further along, later on, in due time, at a later date

    Ex: Later, after examining maps of the area he may discover that the area that he is really interested in is Parliament Hill.

    Ex: These additional questions are address further along in the process, but awareness of their existence is esential in the deliberations attending the question 'Why?'.
    Ex: Later on, his findings were developed and specified in numerous studies by pedologists and vulcanologists.
    Ex: Whatever carrier you use, for long-term preservation (over decades) you have to refresh and migrate data carriers in due time.
    Ex: Word processing software available for use on mainframe computers, microcomputers and word processors was originally designed for application where it is convenient to be able to store a text, then recall this text, and re-use it with minor modifications, at a later date.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más adelante

  • 639 más allá

    adv.
    further on, beyond, farther, farther on.
    m.
    hereafter, other world, after life, life after death.
    * * *
    * * *
    el más allá the other world; voces del más allá voices from beyond the grave
    * * *
    = further than, farther, yonder, beyond that
    Ex. This chapter is relatively succinct and goes little further than identifying the major ideas.
    Ex. Modern abstracting can be traced at least as far back as the beginning of printing, and with a liberal definition of the term, much farther than that.
    Ex. His, he concludes, is the never-ending search for what is new in the world out yonder.
    Ex. Beyond that, no uniform policy seems to have been developed.
    * * *
    el más allá the other world; voces del más allá voices from beyond the grave
    * * *
    el más allá
    = afterlife [after-life], land of the dead, the

    Ex: Acceptance of the belief in an afterlife shows a slight decrease when the findings are compared with those of earlier studies.

    Ex: Having journeyed to the ends of the earth and the land of the dead, Heracles could therefore suggest closing down the Eleusian mysteries.

    = further than, farther, yonder, beyond that

    Ex: This chapter is relatively succinct and goes little further than identifying the major ideas.

    Ex: Modern abstracting can be traced at least as far back as the beginning of printing, and with a liberal definition of the term, much farther than that.
    Ex: His, he concludes, is the never-ending search for what is new in the world out yonder.
    Ex: Beyond that, no uniform policy seems to have been developed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más allá

  • 640 más antiguo

    (adj.) = longest-serving
    Ex. He became the agency's longest-serving commissioner and unopposed spiritual leader.
    * * *
    el más antiguo
    (adj.) = seniormost, the

    Ex: The union's contract stipulates that only the ' seniormost' unselected candidate has the right to grieve.

    Ex: He became the agency's longest-serving commissioner and unopposed spiritual leader.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más antiguo


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