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  • 641 más aún

    adv.
    furthermore, further, still more.
    * * *
    = nay, beyond that, furthermore
    Ex. Said another timidly, nay, sheepishly: 'You can see we need help, can't you Mr. Bibeau?'.
    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. Furthermore, since each systems indexes a separate set of documents, each system will have a different natural indexing language.
    * * *
    = nay, beyond that, furthermore

    Ex: Said another timidly, nay, sheepishly: 'You can see we need help, can't you Mr. Bibeau?'.

    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: Furthermore, since each systems indexes a separate set of documents, each system will have a different natural indexing language.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más aún

  • 642 más bien

    adv.
    rather, instead, on the contrary.
    * * *
    rather
    * * *
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    = if you like, instead
    Ex. We are concentrating, if you like, on the dominant theme of the document.
    Ex. In this case we find a tendency to ignore the author's identity as found in the document, and to prefer instead a real name to a pseudonym.
    * * *
    = if you like, instead

    Ex: We are concentrating, if you like, on the dominant theme of the document.

    Ex: In this case we find a tendency to ignore the author's identity as found in the document, and to prefer instead a real name to a pseudonym.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más bien

  • 643 más claro que el agua

    familiar as clear as daylight
    * * *
    Ex. The safest option is to stay away from drugs altogether, that's as clear as a bell.
    * * *

    Ex: The safest option is to stay away from drugs altogether, that's as clear as a bell.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más claro que el agua

  • 644 más de la cuenta

    too much, too many
    * * *
    Ex. She was beginning to suspect that perhaps Ashenden had tippled one too many.
    * * *

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

    Spanish-English dictionary > más de la cuenta

  • 645 más importante aun

    Ex. More significantly, no library journals provide regular feautes on the wealth of montly comic book titles and mini-series = Más importante aún es el hecho de que ninguna revista de biblioteconomía incluye de un modo regular reseñas sobre la gran cantidad de comics y miniseries que se publican mensualmente.
    * * *

    Ex: More significantly, no library journals provide regular feautes on the wealth of montly comic book titles and mini-series = Más importante aún es el hecho de que ninguna revista de biblioteconomía incluye de un modo regular reseñas sobre la gran cantidad de comics y miniseries que se publican mensualmente.

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  • 646 más o menos

    more or less
    * * *
    = more or less, of a sort, or so, of sorts, after a fashion, round about, roughly speaking, give or take, ballpark
    Ex. DOBIS/LIBIS stores library files that contain more or less the same information found in manual files in libraries everywhere.
    Ex. True, the machine is sometimes controlled by a keyboard, and thought of a sort enters in reading the figures and poking the corresponding keys, but even this is avoidable.
    Ex. For example, in a normal indexing service all the documents listed in the issue for a specific month will have been published in the last year or so.
    Ex. In summary, accountability has been perceived by some as a threat of sorts.
    Ex. Koenig had a flat-platen machine working after a fashion in 1811, and a prototype cylinder machine in 1812 = Koenig ya en 1811 tenía una máquina de presión plana que más o menos funcionaba y un prototipo de máquina rotativa en 1812.
    Ex. Estimates of the books currently in print in Britain usually give a number of round about a quarter of a million titles.
    Ex. Roughly speaking one-third of book publishers publish only one new book each every six months.
    Ex. President Bush estimated the Iraqi civilian death toll at 30,000; give or take a few thousand.
    Ex. In hindsight about 350k dollars ( ballpark) turned out to be the magic number.
    * * *
    = more or less, of a sort, or so, of sorts, after a fashion, round about, roughly speaking, give or take, ballpark

    Ex: DOBIS/LIBIS stores library files that contain more or less the same information found in manual files in libraries everywhere.

    Ex: True, the machine is sometimes controlled by a keyboard, and thought of a sort enters in reading the figures and poking the corresponding keys, but even this is avoidable.
    Ex: For example, in a normal indexing service all the documents listed in the issue for a specific month will have been published in the last year or so.
    Ex: In summary, accountability has been perceived by some as a threat of sorts.
    Ex: Koenig had a flat-platen machine working after a fashion in 1811, and a prototype cylinder machine in 1812 = Koenig ya en 1811 tenía una máquina de presión plana que más o menos funcionaba y un prototipo de máquina rotativa en 1812.
    Ex: Estimates of the books currently in print in Britain usually give a number of round about a quarter of a million titles.
    Ex: Roughly speaking one-third of book publishers publish only one new book each every six months.
    Ex: President Bush estimated the Iraqi civilian death toll at 30,000; give or take a few thousand.
    Ex: In hindsight about 350k dollars ( ballpark) turned out to be the magic number.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más o menos

  • 647 más que nunca

    more than ever
    * * *
    = more than ever before, more than ever
    Ex. The unavoidable conclusion of all this is that more than ever before young people are seeking to escape from the academic environment and move out into the world as soon as possible.
    Ex. In the Year of the Young Reader, booksellers and librarians should form a lobby through which they can become a stronger, more unified force than ever.
    * * *
    = more than ever before, more than ever

    Ex: The unavoidable conclusion of all this is that more than ever before young people are seeking to escape from the academic environment and move out into the world as soon as possible.

    Ex: In the Year of the Young Reader, booksellers and librarians should form a lobby through which they can become a stronger, more unified force than ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más que nunca

  • 648 más recientemente

    = in more recent times, more recently
    Ex. Incomplete and anachronistic readings of the records from the 1612 trial for her rape have underpinned an image of Artemisia as, in the older treatments, a flirt and vamp or, in more recent ones, a feminist and resister of male violence.
    Ex. More recently, we have seen the development of such subjects as molecular biology, which involves the merging, or 'fusion', of disciplines such as physics and biology which had previously been thought of as totally distinct = Más recientemente, hemos visto el desarrollo de materias como la biología molecular, que consiste en la fusión de disciplinas como la física y la biología que previamente se concebían como totalmente diferentes.
    * * *
    = in more recent times, more recently

    Ex: Incomplete and anachronistic readings of the records from the 1612 trial for her rape have underpinned an image of Artemisia as, in the older treatments, a flirt and vamp or, in more recent ones, a feminist and resister of male violence.

    Ex: More recently, we have seen the development of such subjects as molecular biology, which involves the merging, or 'fusion', of disciplines such as physics and biology which had previously been thought of as totally distinct = Más recientemente, hemos visto el desarrollo de materias como la biología molecular, que consiste en la fusión de disciplinas como la física y la biología que previamente se concebían como totalmente diferentes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más recientemente

  • 649 más tarde

    adv.
    later, in a while, afterward, afterwards.
    Llegaré más tarde I will arrive no sooner.
    * * *
    Ex. Later on, his findings were developed and specified in numerous studies by pedologists and vulcanologists.
    * * *

    Ex: Later on, his findings were developed and specified in numerous studies by pedologists and vulcanologists.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más tarde

  • 650 más vale prevenir que curar

    prevention is better than cure
    * * *
    prevention is better than cure, better safe than sorry
    * * *
    = a stitch in time saves nine, better (to be) safe than sorry
    Ex. It is better too, for the help to be given before the problem has grown to a crisis -- a stitch in time saves nine.
    Ex. Common sense tells us that it is better to be safe than sorry.
    * * *
    = a stitch in time saves nine, better (to be) safe than sorry

    Ex: It is better too, for the help to be given before the problem has grown to a crisis -- a stitch in time saves nine.

    Ex: Common sense tells us that it is better to be safe than sorry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más vale prevenir que curar

  • 651 más vale pájaro en mano que ciento volando

    a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. Going by the idiom ' A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush' is not likely to be a successful strategy in an increasingly competitive environment.
    * * *

    Ex: Going by the idiom ' A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush' is not likely to be a successful strategy in an increasingly competitive environment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más vale pájaro en mano que ciento volando

  • 652 más vale tarde que nunca

    better late than never
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. The article ' Better late than never' discusses the extraordinary pace of change in the academic book market.
    * * *

    Ex: The article ' Better late than never' discusses the extraordinary pace of change in the academic book market.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más vale tarde que nunca

  • 653 más valorado

    (adj.) = highly valued
    Ex. Intellectual freedom is a first essential of all the highly valued human feelings = La libertad intelectual es el más esencial de todos los sentimientos humanos más valorados.
    * * *
    (adj.) = highly valued

    Ex: Intellectual freedom is a first essential of all the highly valued human feelings = La libertad intelectual es el más esencial de todos los sentimientos humanos más valorados.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más valorado

  • 654 más viejo que Matusalén

    as old as Methuselah
    * * *
    = as old as Methuselah, as old as the hills, as old as the hills
    Ex. Bible controversy is as old as Methuselah.
    Ex. These stories are as old as the hills and have been passed down from generation to generation.
    Ex. These stories are as old as the hills and have been passed down from generation to generation.
    * * *
    = as old as Methuselah, as old as the hills, as old as the hills

    Ex: Bible controversy is as old as Methuselah.

    Ex: These stories are as old as the hills and have been passed down from generation to generation.
    Ex: These stories are as old as the hills and have been passed down from generation to generation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más viejo que Matusalén

  • 655 nada + estar + más apartado de la realidad

    (n.) = nothing + can + be further from the truth
    Ex. Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a 'waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una "pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".
    * * *
    (n.) = nothing + can + be further from the truth

    Ex: Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a 'waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una "pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".

    Spanish-English dictionary > nada + estar + más apartado de la realidad

  • 656 nada + estar + más apartado de la verdad

    (n.) = nothing + can + be further from the truth
    Ex. Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a 'waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una "pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".
    * * *
    (n.) = nothing + can + be further from the truth

    Ex: Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a 'waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una "pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".

    Spanish-English dictionary > nada + estar + más apartado de la verdad

  • 657 nada + estar + más lejos de la realidad

    (v.) = nothing + can + be further from the truth, nothing + can + be further from the truth
    Ex. Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a 'waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una "pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".
    Ex. Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a 'waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una "pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".
    * * *
    (v.) = nothing + can + be further from the truth, nothing + can + be further from the truth

    Ex: Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a 'waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una "pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".

    Ex: Jones (2002) pointed out that whereas many librarians may see these activities as a 'waste of time, nothing could be further from the truth' = Jones (2002) señaló que mientras que muchos bibliotecarios pueden ver estas actividades como una "pérdida de tiempo, nada estaba más lejos de la verdad".

    Spanish-English dictionary > nada + estar + más lejos de la realidad

  • 658 nada más y nada menos

    = as much as + Expresión Numérica
    Ex. When I first joined the staff at Yale, I was told that sometime around 1980 or 1970 the library collected as much as five percent of the world's publication output = Cuando empecé a trabajar en Yale, me dijeron que en torno a 1980 ó 1970 la biblioteca contaba nada más y nada menos con el cinco porciento de todo lo publicado en el mundo.
    * * *
    = as much as + Expresión Numérica

    Ex: When I first joined the staff at Yale, I was told that sometime around 1980 or 1970 the library collected as much as five percent of the world's publication output = Cuando empecé a trabajar en Yale, me dijeron que en torno a 1980 ó 1970 la biblioteca contaba nada más y nada menos con el cinco porciento de todo lo publicado en el mundo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > nada más y nada menos

  • 659 nada más y nada menos que

    = in the order of + Cantidad, nothing less than
    Ex. A backing store such as cassette tape might hold something in the order of 200K characters per '30 minutes' of tape.
    Ex. We had charged him with nothing less than outlining a national program for preserving millions of books in danger of deterioration = Le habíamos encargado nada más y nada menos que esbozara un programa nacional para la conservación de millones de libros en peligro de deterioro.
    * * *
    = in the order of + Cantidad, nothing less than

    Ex: A backing store such as cassette tape might hold something in the order of 200K characters per '30 minutes' of tape.

    Ex: We had charged him with nothing less than outlining a national program for preserving millions of books in danger of deterioration = Le habíamos encargado nada más y nada menos que esbozara un programa nacional para la conservación de millones de libros en peligro de deterioro.

    Spanish-English dictionary > nada más y nada menos que

  • 660 ni más ni menos

    exactly
    * * *
    = nothing more, nothing less, no more, no less
    Ex. The appropriate perspetive to take is to view a decision and its aftermath as data for the next decision to be make -- nothing more, nothing less.
    Ex. The motto of the paper was, 'A square deal and a fair chance -- no more, no less'.
    * * *
    = nothing more, nothing less, no more, no less

    Ex: The appropriate perspetive to take is to view a decision and its aftermath as data for the next decision to be make -- nothing more, nothing less.

    Ex: The motto of the paper was, 'A square deal and a fair chance -- no more, no less'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ni más ni menos


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