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  • 481 en forma de V

    Ex. The library building has a V-shaped, pitched oversailing roof, a splayed structure and canted walls with glass bays.
    * * *

    Ex: The library building has a V-shaped, pitched oversailing roof, a splayed structure and canted walls with glass bays.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en forma de V

  • 482 en grandes cantidades

    = en masse, in good number, in record numbers, in bulk
    Ex. Browsing time provided in school is the only way many children will ever become familiar with books en masse.
    Ex. A new book on cookery or gardening by a well-known writer in the field might well sell in good numbers on publication.
    Ex. In fact, recent data shows that the majority of mid-sized and larger firms are making lateral hiring in record numbers.
    Ex. They were, first, the replacement of the traditional process of building up a binding for each book in turn by the speedier prefabrication in bulk of complete binding cases which were attached subsequently to the sewn and cut books.
    * * *
    = en masse, in good number, in record numbers, in bulk

    Ex: Browsing time provided in school is the only way many children will ever become familiar with books en masse.

    Ex: A new book on cookery or gardening by a well-known writer in the field might well sell in good numbers on publication.
    Ex: In fact, recent data shows that the majority of mid-sized and larger firms are making lateral hiring in record numbers.
    Ex: They were, first, the replacement of the traditional process of building up a binding for each book in turn by the speedier prefabrication in bulk of complete binding cases which were attached subsequently to the sewn and cut books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en grandes cantidades

  • 483 en manos del enemigo

    = at the hands of enemies, at the hands of the enemy
    Ex. However, the stela remained unfinished when he died two years later under mysterious circumstances at the hands of enemies.
    Ex. Many who were wounded and still alive when this was going on a suffered a horrible death at the hands of the enemy.
    * * *
    = at the hands of enemies, at the hands of the enemy

    Ex: However, the stela remained unfinished when he died two years later under mysterious circumstances at the hands of enemies.

    Ex: Many who were wounded and still alive when this was going on a suffered a horrible death at the hands of the enemy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en manos del enemigo

  • 484 en manos enemigas

    = at the hands of enemies, at the hands of the enemy
    Ex. However, the stela remained unfinished when he died two years later under mysterious circumstances at the hands of enemies.
    Ex. Many who were wounded and still alive when this was going on a suffered a horrible death at the hands of the enemy.
    * * *
    = at the hands of enemies, at the hands of the enemy

    Ex: However, the stela remained unfinished when he died two years later under mysterious circumstances at the hands of enemies.

    Ex: Many who were wounded and still alive when this was going on a suffered a horrible death at the hands of the enemy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en manos enemigas

  • 485 en masa

    = en masse, in bulk, bulk, in droves
    Ex. Browsing time provided in school is the only way many children will ever become familiar with books en masse.
    Ex. They were, first, the replacement of the traditional process of building up a binding for each book in turn by the speedier prefabrication in bulk of complete binding cases which were attached subsequently to the sewn and cut books.
    Ex. Users that have been bulk identified into the system may register later by providing a valid email address to uniquely identify them.
    Ex. Industry sales eventually peaked in 1993, and the artificial bubble burst as disillusioned speculators left the comic book market in droves, never to return.
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    = en masse, in bulk, bulk, in droves

    Ex: Browsing time provided in school is the only way many children will ever become familiar with books en masse.

    Ex: They were, first, the replacement of the traditional process of building up a binding for each book in turn by the speedier prefabrication in bulk of complete binding cases which were attached subsequently to the sewn and cut books.
    Ex: Users that have been bulk identified into the system may register later by providing a valid email address to uniquely identify them.
    Ex: Industry sales eventually peaked in 1993, and the artificial bubble burst as disillusioned speculators left the comic book market in droves, never to return.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en masa

  • 486 en peligro

    = endangered, jeopardised [jeopardized, -USA], at stake, at risk, under threat, under challenge, on the line, on thin ice, on dangerous ground, threatened, in harm's way
    Ex. It asserts that young adult libraries and the services they provide are continously endangered and describes how to come to terms with this problem.
    Ex. And yet the thought of what he was being asked to do to salvage the jeopardized budget outraged his every fiber.
    Ex. But there was a principle at stake here, and she too felt obligated to express her honest thoughts.
    Ex. Consumer advice centres were not used to any great degree by the working classes or those groups most at risk as consumers -- the elderly, divorced, widowed and separated.
    Ex. Products under threat include; greeting cards, circulars, information sheets, newspapers and magazines.
    Ex. During the previous 10 years the concept of free information services in Australian libraries has come increasingly under challenge.
    Ex. The article 'Assets on the line' discusses some of the disadvantages of manual methods of performing inventories of organization's hardware and software.
    Ex. As the title of my talk indicates, we are on thin ice, and in more ways than one.
    Ex. On dangerous ground: The threat of landslides is looming large with ad hoc building practices being the root cause.
    Ex. Kids and adults are encouraged to take a dip and raise funds to help protect sea turtles and other threatened marine wildlife.
    Ex. Santa Barbara area canyon's residents are among many Californians living in harm's way in fire-prone areas.
    * * *
    = endangered, jeopardised [jeopardized, -USA], at stake, at risk, under threat, under challenge, on the line, on thin ice, on dangerous ground, threatened, in harm's way

    Ex: It asserts that young adult libraries and the services they provide are continously endangered and describes how to come to terms with this problem.

    Ex: And yet the thought of what he was being asked to do to salvage the jeopardized budget outraged his every fiber.
    Ex: But there was a principle at stake here, and she too felt obligated to express her honest thoughts.
    Ex: Consumer advice centres were not used to any great degree by the working classes or those groups most at risk as consumers -- the elderly, divorced, widowed and separated.
    Ex: Products under threat include; greeting cards, circulars, information sheets, newspapers and magazines.
    Ex: During the previous 10 years the concept of free information services in Australian libraries has come increasingly under challenge.
    Ex: The article 'Assets on the line' discusses some of the disadvantages of manual methods of performing inventories of organization's hardware and software.
    Ex: As the title of my talk indicates, we are on thin ice, and in more ways than one.
    Ex: On dangerous ground: The threat of landslides is looming large with ad hoc building practices being the root cause.
    Ex: Kids and adults are encouraged to take a dip and raise funds to help protect sea turtles and other threatened marine wildlife.
    Ex: Santa Barbara area canyon's residents are among many Californians living in harm's way in fire-prone areas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en peligro

  • 487 en pocas palabras

    = simply put, in brief, to say the least, to put it (quite) simply, in short, to cut a long story short, bottom line, the, put simply, to make a long story short, the short story + be, simply stated
    Ex. Simply put, it just doesn't pay to digitise information that few can use, and even fewer will pay for.
    Ex. Methods and results of the investigation are presented in brief.
    Ex. To say the least, weeding is taken seriously as an important component of library life.
    Ex. To put it quite simply, the building is a cut above the rest with facilities fitted to the highest standards.
    Ex. In short, the work and approach of the chief librarian is crucial to the success of the library he serves.
    Ex. To cut a long story short, just as they were nearing the weir the engine stopped working and they had to jump into the water.
    Ex. Drama is, bottom line, seen as a fluff subject by many people.
    Ex. Put simply, asymmetric threats are a version of not 'fighting fair,' which can include the use of surprise and weapons in ways unplanned by a nation.
    Ex. 'Anyway, to make a long story short, Huish said he knows Lisa has been a little flighty at times'.
    Ex. I'll spare you all the details, but the short story is that he looked her up last year when he was travelling in Scandinavia, and was delighted to find her.
    Ex. Simply stated, no, it is not improper to pour wine into your guest s wine glass if it still contains wine.
    * * *
    = simply put, in brief, to say the least, to put it (quite) simply, in short, to cut a long story short, bottom line, the, put simply, to make a long story short, the short story + be, simply stated

    Ex: Simply put, it just doesn't pay to digitise information that few can use, and even fewer will pay for.

    Ex: Methods and results of the investigation are presented in brief.
    Ex: To say the least, weeding is taken seriously as an important component of library life.
    Ex: To put it quite simply, the building is a cut above the rest with facilities fitted to the highest standards.
    Ex: In short, the work and approach of the chief librarian is crucial to the success of the library he serves.
    Ex: To cut a long story short, just as they were nearing the weir the engine stopped working and they had to jump into the water.
    Ex: Drama is, bottom line, seen as a fluff subject by many people.
    Ex: Put simply, asymmetric threats are a version of not 'fighting fair,' which can include the use of surprise and weapons in ways unplanned by a nation.
    Ex: 'Anyway, to make a long story short, Huish said he knows Lisa has been a little flighty at times'.
    Ex: I'll spare you all the details, but the short story is that he looked her up last year when he was travelling in Scandinavia, and was delighted to find her.
    Ex: Simply stated, no, it is not improper to pour wine into your guest s wine glass if it still contains wine.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en pocas palabras

  • 488 en proceso de construcción

    Ex. Only Georgia is said to have a suitable 6-story building properly equipped; under construction are archives in Moldavia, Ukraine and Latvia.
    * * *

    Ex: Only Georgia is said to have a suitable 6-story building properly equipped; under construction are archives in Moldavia, Ukraine and Latvia.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en proceso de construcción

  • 489 en proceso de envejecimiento

    (adj.) = aging [ageing]
    Ex. The library director and the architect cooperated to preserve the distinctness of an aging building while providing the public with up-to-the-minute services.
    * * *
    (adj.) = aging [ageing]

    Ex: The library director and the architect cooperated to preserve the distinctness of an aging building while providing the public with up-to-the-minute services.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en proceso de envejecimiento

  • 490 en proceso de remodelación

    Ex. No one appears to have been living in the building at the time, as it was under renovation.
    * * *

    Ex: No one appears to have been living in the building at the time, as it was under renovation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en proceso de remodelación

  • 491 en reformas

    Ex. No one appears to have been living in the building at the time, as it was under renovation.
    * * *

    Ex: No one appears to have been living in the building at the time, as it was under renovation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en reformas

  • 492 en remodelación

    Ex. No one appears to have been living in the building at the time, as it was under renovation.
    * * *

    Ex: No one appears to have been living in the building at the time, as it was under renovation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en remodelación

  • 493 en un corto espacio de tiempo

    Ex. This paper reports on how we were able to 'hit the ground running' in building an open access IR in such a short space of time.
    * * *

    Ex: This paper reports on how we were able to 'hit the ground running' in building an open access IR in such a short space of time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en un corto espacio de tiempo

  • 494 en un extremo ... en el otro

    = at one end... at the other
    Ex. The article describes how an unwanted library building was moved by barge from Belfair, a community at one end of Hood Canal in Washington State, to Hoodsport, at the other end.
    * * *
    = at one end... at the other

    Ex: The article describes how an unwanted library building was moved by barge from Belfair, a community at one end of Hood Canal in Washington State, to Hoodsport, at the other end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en un extremo ... en el otro

  • 495 en una emergencia

    = in an emergency situation, in an emergency
    Ex. In an emergency situation when someone is ill, sometimes the best help available will come from librarians who are able to work only part time.
    Ex. In an emergency, good information about the building is second in importance only to good judgment.
    * * *
    = in an emergency situation, in an emergency

    Ex: In an emergency situation when someone is ill, sometimes the best help available will come from librarians who are able to work only part time.

    Ex: In an emergency, good information about the building is second in importance only to good judgment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en una emergencia

  • 496 en una punta ... en la otra

    = at one end... at the other
    Ex. The article describes how an unwanted library building was moved by barge from Belfair, a community at one end of Hood Canal in Washington State, to Hoodsport, at the other end.
    * * *
    = at one end... at the other

    Ex: The article describes how an unwanted library building was moved by barge from Belfair, a community at one end of Hood Canal in Washington State, to Hoodsport, at the other end.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en una punta ... en la otra

  • 497 en una situación de emergencia

    = in an emergency situation, in an emergency
    Ex. In an emergency situation when someone is ill, sometimes the best help available will come from librarians who are able to work only part time.
    Ex. In an emergency, good information about the building is second in importance only to good judgment.
    * * *
    = in an emergency situation, in an emergency

    Ex: In an emergency situation when someone is ill, sometimes the best help available will come from librarians who are able to work only part time.

    Ex: In an emergency, good information about the building is second in importance only to good judgment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en una situación de emergencia

  • 498 en varias disciplinas

    (adj.) = cross-domain
    Ex. This article discusses techniques for building robust and domain-specific thesauri to assist in cross-domain scientific information retrieval.
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-domain

    Ex: This article discusses techniques for building robust and domain-specific thesauri to assist in cross-domain scientific information retrieval.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en varias disciplinas

  • 499 en vivo

    * * *
    (adj.) = live-action, in vivo, live
    Ex. The author discusses the role played by authors and illustrators in the audiovisual adaptation of books and the process of deciding whether a film is to be iconographic, animated or live-action.
    Ex. The author presents a review of the antioxidant capacity of tea in vitro and in vivo.
    Ex. By designing the floors to carry a superimposed live load of 6.5 kN/m2, it is easy to move bookshelves, reader places and other library functions to any part of the building.
    * * *
    (adj.) = live-action, in vivo, live

    Ex: The author discusses the role played by authors and illustrators in the audiovisual adaptation of books and the process of deciding whether a film is to be iconographic, animated or live-action.

    Ex: The author presents a review of the antioxidant capacity of tea in vitro and in vivo.
    Ex: By designing the floors to carry a superimposed live load of 6.5 kN/m2, it is easy to move bookshelves, reader places and other library functions to any part of the building.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en vivo

  • 500 encarar

    v.
    1 to confront, to face up to (hacer frente a).
    María encara sus problemas con valor Mary faces her problems with courage.
    El chico encaró al chismoso The boy confronted the gossiper.
    La lucha nos encara todos los días Struggle confronts us every day.
    2 to bring face to face (poner frente a frente).
    * * *
    1 (afrontar) to face, face up to, confront
    2 (arma) to point, aim
    3 (poner cara a cara) to face, face up to, confront
    1 (situación, problema) to face up (a/con, to)
    2 (persona) to stand up (a/con, to)
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ problema] to face, face up to, confront
    2) [+ dos cosas] to bring face to face
    3) [+ arma] to aim, point
    2.
    VI Cono Sur to fall sick
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( enfocar) < tarea> to approach; ( afrontar) <desgracia/problema> to face up to; < futuro> to face
    2) < piezas> to marry, fit... together
    3) (AmL) < persona> to stand up to
    2.
    encararse v pron

    encararse con alguiento face up to o stand up to somebody

    * * *
    = confront, confront.
    Ex. A basic understanding in the concept of these libraries was the desire to confront the user with shelved books on entering and while moving through the building.
    Ex. Resource sharing in libraries may be a way of confronting the impact of rising prices dictated by a few large publishing corporations.
    ----
    * encarar el futuro = face up to + the future.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( enfocar) < tarea> to approach; ( afrontar) <desgracia/problema> to face up to; < futuro> to face
    2) < piezas> to marry, fit... together
    3) (AmL) < persona> to stand up to
    2.
    encararse v pron

    encararse con alguiento face up to o stand up to somebody

    * * *
    = confront, confront.

    Ex: A basic understanding in the concept of these libraries was the desire to confront the user with shelved books on entering and while moving through the building.

    Ex: Resource sharing in libraries may be a way of confronting the impact of rising prices dictated by a few large publishing corporations.
    * encarar el futuro = face up to + the future.

    * * *
    encarar [A1 ]
    vt
    A (afrontar, enfocar) ‹tarea› to approach
    yo encaro el problema desde otro punto de vista I approach the problem from a different angle
    hay que encarar el futuro con optimismo we must look to the future with optimism
    encaró su desgracia con valentía she faced up to her misfortune with courage
    B ‹piezas› to marry, fit … together
    C ( Méx) ‹persona› to stand up to
    encararse CON algn to face up to o stand up to sb
    esta vez se encaró con él y le dijo qué pensaba this time she stood o faced up to him and told him exactly what she thought
    se encaró con el jefe para pedirle el aumento he faced up to o confronted the boss and asked for more money
    * * *

    encarar ( conjugate encarar) verbo transitivo
    1 ( enfocar) ‹ tarea to approach;
    ( afrontar) ‹desgracia/problema to face up to;
    futuro to face
    2 (AmL) ‹ persona to stand up to
    encararse verbo pronominal encararse con algn to face up to o stand up to sb
    encarar verbo transitivo (un problema, una dificultad) to face (up to): encaró la crisis con sentido del humor, he faced up to the crisis with a sense of humour
    ' encarar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abordar
    * * *
    vt
    1. [hacer frente a] to confront, to face up to;
    hay que encarar la situación con valentía you have to put a brave face on things;
    ¿usted cómo encararía este asunto? how would you deal with o approach this?
    2. [poner frente a frente] to bring face to face
    * * *
    v/t
    1 approach
    2 desgracia etc face up to
    * * *
    confrontar: to face, to confront

    Spanish-English dictionary > encarar

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