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  • 501 Zaire

    m.
    Zaire (Antes).
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    1 Zaire
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    masculino (Hist): tb
    * * *
    = Zaire.
    Ex. The New York Times informs us, one morning, that in all subsequent issues the CONGO will be known as Zaire.
    * * *
    masculino (Hist): tb
    * * *

    Ex: The New York Times informs us, one morning, that in all subsequent issues the CONGO will be known as Zaire.

    * * *
    tb
    el Zaire Zaire
    * * *
    Antes Zaire

    Spanish-English dictionary > Zaire

  • 502 a + Posesivo + costa

    = at + Posesivo + expense
    Ex. They believe that the main use for government is for some people to lord it over others at their expense.
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    = at + Posesivo + expense

    Ex: They believe that the main use for government is for some people to lord it over others at their expense.

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  • 503 a + Posesivo + entender

    = to the best of + Posesivo + belief
    Ex. The affidavit states that facts in the letter are true and accurate to the best of her belief.
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    = to the best of + Posesivo + belief

    Ex: The affidavit states that facts in the letter are true and accurate to the best of her belief.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a + Posesivo + entender

  • 504 a + Posesivo + expensas

    = at + Posesivo + expense
    Ex. They believe that the main use for government is for some people to lord it over others at their expense.
    * * *
    = at + Posesivo + expense

    Ex: They believe that the main use for government is for some people to lord it over others at their expense.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a + Posesivo + expensas

  • 505 a + Posesivo + favor

    = in + Posesivo + favour, to + Posesivo + credit
    Ex. A further point in its favour was that the International Labour Office used it, with small variations.
    Ex. This publication identifies those organisations which have been 'patent active', with 10 or more patents to their credit in the last 12 years.
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    = in + Posesivo + favour, to + Posesivo + credit

    Ex: A further point in its favour was that the International Labour Office used it, with small variations.

    Ex: This publication identifies those organisations which have been 'patent active', with 10 or more patents to their credit in the last 12 years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a + Posesivo + favor

  • 506 a + Posesivo + juicio

    = in + Posesivo + estimation
    Ex. That said, India, in my estimation, will take some beating.
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    = in + Posesivo + estimation

    Ex: That said, India, in my estimation, will take some beating.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a + Posesivo + juicio

  • 507 a + Posesivo + saber

    = to the best of + Posesivo + knowledge
    Ex. To the best of her knowledge, she has no professional affiliations that create conflicts of interest with her editorial responsibilities.
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    = to the best of + Posesivo + knowledge

    Ex: To the best of her knowledge, she has no professional affiliations that create conflicts of interest with her editorial responsibilities.

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  • 508 a + Posesivo + saber y entender

    = to the best of + Posesivo + knowledge and belief
    Ex. The undersigned certifies to the best of his knowledge and belief that the applicant has not been convicted of a criminal offense.
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    = to the best of + Posesivo + knowledge and belief

    Ex: The undersigned certifies to the best of his knowledge and belief that the applicant has not been convicted of a criminal offense.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a + Posesivo + saber y entender

  • 509 a alguna parte

    Ex. He was surprised that he couldn't find the earlier editions, which he expected certainly must be someplace because that book was based on an oration delivered by Emerson in the 1830s.
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    Ex: He was surprised that he couldn't find the earlier editions, which he expected certainly must be someplace because that book was based on an oration delivered by Emerson in the 1830s.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a alguna parte

  • 510 a ambas orillas del Atlántico

    = on both sides of the ocean, on both sides of the Atlantic
    Ex. In the period between the copyright legislation of 1891 and that of 1957 resetting remained the normal practice on both sides of the ocean.
    Ex. The policy and legal questions on both sides of the Atlantic are remarkably similar.
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    = on both sides of the ocean, on both sides of the Atlantic

    Ex: In the period between the copyright legislation of 1891 and that of 1957 resetting remained the normal practice on both sides of the ocean.

    Ex: The policy and legal questions on both sides of the Atlantic are remarkably similar.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a ambas orillas del Atlántico

  • 511 a ambos lados del Altántico

    = on both sides of the ocean, on both sides of the Atlantic
    Ex. In the period between the copyright legislation of 1891 and that of 1957 resetting remained the normal practice on both sides of the ocean.
    Ex. The policy and legal questions on both sides of the Atlantic are remarkably similar.
    * * *
    = on both sides of the ocean, on both sides of the Atlantic

    Ex: In the period between the copyright legislation of 1891 and that of 1957 resetting remained the normal practice on both sides of the ocean.

    Ex: The policy and legal questions on both sides of the Atlantic are remarkably similar.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a ambos lados del Altántico

  • 512 a años luz de

    Ex. Community information services seem light years away from the kind of electronic wizardry that is held out as the brave new information world of tomorrow.
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    Ex: Community information services seem light years away from the kind of electronic wizardry that is held out as the brave new information world of tomorrow.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a años luz de

  • 513 a bajas temperaturas

    Ex. Anecdotal evidence indicates that pollen shed from anthers remains viable longer at low temperature and high relative humidity.
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    Ex: Anecdotal evidence indicates that pollen shed from anthers remains viable longer at low temperature and high relative humidity.

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  • 514 a bajo precio

    = lower-cost, at a low price, on the cheap
    Ex. Following our examples, the neighbors decide that they can provide the lower-cost food service to the wider community by buying in even larger quantities, and in the process make a profit for themselves.
    Ex. They are unique because large volumes of data can be stored at a low price.
    Ex. The author provides a selected list of Internet sites covering various aspects of travel and tourism such as accommodation, restaurants, entertainment, travelling abroad, and touring on the cheap.
    * * *
    = lower-cost, at a low price, on the cheap

    Ex: Following our examples, the neighbors decide that they can provide the lower-cost food service to the wider community by buying in even larger quantities, and in the process make a profit for themselves.

    Ex: They are unique because large volumes of data can be stored at a low price.
    Ex: The author provides a selected list of Internet sites covering various aspects of travel and tourism such as accommodation, restaurants, entertainment, travelling abroad, and touring on the cheap.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a bajo precio

  • 515 a caballo entre... y...

    = half way between... and...
    Ex. Sometime in the later eighteenth century an ingenious version of stereotyping called dabbing was developed, whereby a pattern of wood or metal was dabbed into the surface of a quantity of type-metal that was half way between its solid and its molten state; the dabbed metal was then used as a matrix for striking a copy of the original in similarly half-molten metal.
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    = half way between... and...

    Ex: Sometime in the later eighteenth century an ingenious version of stereotyping called dabbing was developed, whereby a pattern of wood or metal was dabbed into the surface of a quantity of type-metal that was half way between its solid and its molten state; the dabbed metal was then used as a matrix for striking a copy of the original in similarly half-molten metal.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a caballo entre... y...

  • 516 a cada rato

    = every so often, every now and then, every now and again, every once in a while
    Ex. Every so often, the mist cleared and I could see sunlight in the distance.
    Ex. I can walk on that foot, but as you described, every now and then without warning, the foot and ankle give way.
    Ex. Every now and again, someone gets the fame they deserve.
    Ex. It does help to every once in a while ask where we came from and where we are going as a library.
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    = every so often, every now and then, every now and again, every once in a while

    Ex: Every so often, the mist cleared and I could see sunlight in the distance.

    Ex: I can walk on that foot, but as you described, every now and then without warning, the foot and ankle give way.
    Ex: Every now and again, someone gets the fame they deserve.
    Ex: It does help to every once in a while ask where we came from and where we are going as a library.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a cada rato

  • 517 a cambio de nada

    Ex. This is not to say that scholarly authors are so altruistic that they are prepared to write books for nothing; indeed in my own researches I have come across situations where authors felt deeply about the way that publishers had treated them financially.
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    Ex: This is not to say that scholarly authors are so altruistic that they are prepared to write books for nothing; indeed in my own researches I have come across situations where authors felt deeply about the way that publishers had treated them financially.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a cambio de nada

  • 518 a cargo de

    = charged with, in charge (of), at the helm (of)
    Ex. An organization now exists, endowed by Ranganathan, and charged with the maintenance of the scheme now that he himself has died.
    Ex. The vice-president in charge of marketing services, Una Feaver, is responsible for media planning and buying, research, and sales promotion.
    Ex. With a new administration at the helm, prospects are good for a coordinated effort within the government to establish viable information management strategies for the 1990s.
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    = charged with, in charge (of), at the helm (of)

    Ex: An organization now exists, endowed by Ranganathan, and charged with the maintenance of the scheme now that he himself has died.

    Ex: The vice-president in charge of marketing services, Una Feaver, is responsible for media planning and buying, research, and sales promotion.
    Ex: With a new administration at the helm, prospects are good for a coordinated effort within the government to establish viable information management strategies for the 1990s.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a cargo de

  • 519 a ciencia cierta

    = for sure, for certain
    Ex. It's been a tough decision, but now it's made, and I'm coming back for sure.
    Ex. One thing that is for certain is that the loss affects musicians, sound technicians, recording studios, and music stores.
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    = for sure, for certain

    Ex: It's been a tough decision, but now it's made, and I'm coming back for sure.

    Ex: One thing that is for certain is that the loss affects musicians, sound technicians, recording studios, and music stores.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a ciencia cierta

  • 520 a comienzos de + Período de Tiempo

    = by the turn of + Período de Tiempo, at the turn of + Período de Tiempo
    Ex. Let us jump ahead and describe the notebook computer that we are likely to see by the turn of the century.
    Ex. Radio transmission and reception was a new technology at the turn of the century = La transmisión y recepción por radio era una nueva tecnología al comienzo del siglo.
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    = by the turn of + Período de Tiempo, at the turn of + Período de Tiempo

    Ex: Let us jump ahead and describe the notebook computer that we are likely to see by the turn of the century.

    Ex: Radio transmission and reception was a new technology at the turn of the century = La transmisión y recepción por radio era una nueva tecnología al comienzo del siglo.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a comienzos de + Período de Tiempo


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