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  • 501 pegar una nota en un sitio público

    (v.) = post
    Ex. A broadside is a separately published piece of paper, printed on one side only and intended to be read unfolded; usually intended to be posted, publicly distributed, or sold, e.g. proclamations, handbills, ballad-sheets, news-sheets.
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    (v.) = post

    Ex: A broadside is a separately published piece of paper, printed on one side only and intended to be read unfolded; usually intended to be posted, publicly distributed, or sold, e.g. proclamations, handbills, ballad-sheets, news-sheets.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pegar una nota en un sitio público

  • 502 peligro público

    (fam) menace, public nuisance
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    Ex. Increasingly, however, problems with sleep are being framed as public dangers, risks generated by drowsy people during the times they are expected to be awake.
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    (fam) menace, public nuisance
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    Ex: Increasingly, however, problems with sleep are being framed as public dangers, risks generated by drowsy people during the times they are expected to be awake.

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  • 503 permanecer fiel

    (v.) = remain + faithful
    Ex. Dr Johnson had remained faithful to his age in ignoring 'bibliography' but defining a bibliogrqapher as 'a writer of books: a transcriber'.
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    (v.) = remain + faithful

    Ex: Dr Johnson had remained faithful to his age in ignoring 'bibliography' but defining a bibliogrqapher as 'a writer of books: a transcriber'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > permanecer fiel

  • 504 personaje público

    m.
    public figure.
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    Ex. There is an increasing trend for public figures to take legal action to limit access to their papers.
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    Ex: There is an increasing trend for public figures to take legal action to limit access to their papers.

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  • 505 poder público

    (n.) = public power, public authority
    Ex. This article discusses several specific instances of abuses of public power that involved a questionable relationship between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and various universities during the McCarthy period.
    Ex. The Fund provides grant aid to infrastructure projects which are already being financed, in whole or part, by public authorities in the country concerned.
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    (n.) = public power, public authority

    Ex: This article discusses several specific instances of abuses of public power that involved a questionable relationship between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and various universities during the McCarthy period.

    Ex: The Fund provides grant aid to infrastructure projects which are already being financed, in whole or part, by public authorities in the country concerned.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poder público

  • 506 poner una nota en un sitio público

    (v.) = post
    Ex. A broadside is a separately published piece of paper, printed on one side only and intended to be read unfolded; usually intended to be posted, publicly distributed, or sold, e.g. proclamations, handbills, ballad-sheets, news-sheets.
    * * *
    (v.) = post

    Ex: A broadside is a separately published piece of paper, printed on one side only and intended to be read unfolded; usually intended to be posted, publicly distributed, or sold, e.g. proclamations, handbills, ballad-sheets, news-sheets.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner una nota en un sitio público

  • 507 precio de venta al público (P.V.P.)

    (n.) = retail price, cover price, list price, listed price
    Ex. At the same time publishers and booksellers combined once more to fix retail prices, concluding in 1900 a 'net book agreement' by which booksellers were forbidden to retail new books at less than list prices.
    Ex. Because of the shortage, many newspapers were sold by vendors above the cover price, including those copies due to be sent to libraries.
    Ex. At the same time publishers and booksellers combined once more to fix retail prices, concluding in 1900 a 'net book agreement' by which booksellers were forbidden to retail new books at less than list prices.
    Ex. The next stage was for publishers and booksellers to agree to maintain prices, that is not to retail books at a discount on the listed price.

    Spanish-English dictionary > precio de venta al público (P.V.P.)

  • 508 presupuesto público

    Ex. This phenomenon will have serious consequences for the profession of librarianship, or any profession that depends on public funding.
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    Ex: This phenomenon will have serious consequences for the profession of librarianship, or any profession that depends on public funding.

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  • 509 probar que se tiene razón

    (v.) = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case
    Ex. To prove his point, Mr. Dreyfus calls on existentialist philosophers from the 19th and 20th centuries, most of whom never saw a computer or heard of the Internet.
    Ex. The second document is a denouncement of slavery by Greenwich, who mobilizes the best tradition of scriptural exegesis to make his case.
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    (v.) = prove + Posesivo + point, make + Posesivo + case

    Ex: To prove his point, Mr. Dreyfus calls on existentialist philosophers from the 19th and 20th centuries, most of whom never saw a computer or heard of the Internet.

    Ex: The second document is a denouncement of slavery by Greenwich, who mobilizes the best tradition of scriptural exegesis to make his case.

    Spanish-English dictionary > probar que se tiene razón

  • 510 programa de dominio público

    Ex. Shareware, public domain software, and demos can legally be copied and distributed.
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    Ex: Shareware, public domain software, and demos can legally be copied and distributed.

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  • 511 público al que va dirigido

    (n.) = intended audience, subject audience, target audience, targeted audience
    Ex. The scope of the thesaurus, and the intended audience, should govern all decisions.
    Ex. The title of her paper was 'Computer assisted instruction: subject audience and program descriptors for an academic medical center'.
    Ex. The last of the primary operators, 6, prefaces terms which describe either the form (e.g. that it is a dictionary or bibliography) or the target audience (e.g. that it is intended for nurses or midwives) of the document.
    Ex. The process involves processing, retrieving, repackaging and disseminating the acquired information to targeted audiences for development purposes.
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    (n.) = intended audience, subject audience, target audience, targeted audience

    Ex: The scope of the thesaurus, and the intended audience, should govern all decisions.

    Ex: The title of her paper was 'Computer assisted instruction: subject audience and program descriptors for an academic medical center'.
    Ex: The last of the primary operators, 6, prefaces terms which describe either the form (e.g. that it is a dictionary or bibliography) or the target audience (e.g. that it is intended for nurses or midwives) of the document.
    Ex: The process involves processing, retrieving, repackaging and disseminating the acquired information to targeted audiences for development purposes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > público al que va dirigido

  • 512 público en general, el

    = general public, the
    Ex. Despite the cynical opinion of the general public, important original research can originate from Ph.D. candidates at universities.

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  • 513 público específico

    Ex. By targeting a niche audience you'll have a much better chance of making some significant sales than if you try and reach out to anyone and everyone.
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    Ex: By targeting a niche audience you'll have a much better chance of making some significant sales than if you try and reach out to anyone and everyone.

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  • 514 público joven

    Ex. He is believed to be the earliest known playwright whose work for young actors and young audiences has survived.
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    Ex: He is believed to be the earliest known playwright whose work for young actors and young audiences has survived.

    Spanish-English dictionary > público joven

  • 515 público obligado a escuchar

    Ex. Thus teachers especially, because they have a captive audience, find themselves along with parents and a child's peers, one of a triumvirate of main socializing agents in a child's life.
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    Ex: Thus teachers especially, because they have a captive audience, find themselves along with parents and a child's peers, one of a triumvirate of main socializing agents in a child's life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > público obligado a escuchar

  • 516 que no tiene compensación

    (adj.) = non-compensatory [noncompensatory]
    Ex. Yorke classified the public library service as a non-compensatory, undifferentiated, and non-essential local government service.
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    (adj.) = non-compensatory [noncompensatory]

    Ex: Yorke classified the public library service as a non-compensatory, undifferentiated, and non-essential local government service.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que no tiene compensación

  • 517 que no tiene precio

    (adj.) = priceless
    Ex. The libraries have spent centuries with the collections and storage of priceless information.
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    (adj.) = priceless

    Ex: The libraries have spent centuries with the collections and storage of priceless information.

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  • 518 que no tiene que ver con el tema debatido

    (adj.) = off-topic
    Ex. But on the other hand, these electronic message boards can have a hit-and-run quality where vitriolic or off-topic comments are posted by contributors hidden in the safety of anonymity.
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    (adj.) = off-topic

    Ex: But on the other hand, these electronic message boards can have a hit-and-run quality where vitriolic or off-topic comments are posted by contributors hidden in the safety of anonymity.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que no tiene que ver con el tema debatido

  • 519 que tiene el cenizo

    (adj.) = jinxed
    Ex. Will Jake be the good luck charm that puts Afia on a winning streak or, like everything else in her life, will he wind up jinxed?.
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    (adj.) = jinxed

    Ex: Will Jake be the good luck charm that puts Afia on a winning streak or, like everything else in her life, will he wind up jinxed?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que tiene el cenizo

  • 520 que tiene el gafe

    (adj.) = jinxed
    Ex. Will Jake be the good luck charm that puts Afia on a winning streak or, like everything else in her life, will he wind up jinxed?.
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    (adj.) = jinxed

    Ex: Will Jake be the good luck charm that puts Afia on a winning streak or, like everything else in her life, will he wind up jinxed?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que tiene el gafe

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  • fiel — (Del lat. fidēlis). 1. adj. Que guarda fe, o es constante en sus afectos, en el cumplimiento de sus obligaciones y no defrauda la confianza depositada en él. 2. Exacto, conforme a la verdad. Fiel traslado. [m6]Memoria fiel. 3. Que tiene en sí las …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • fiel — I (Del lat. fidelis.) ► adjetivo 1 Que se comporta con fidelidad, que cumple sus compromisos u obligaciones: ■ es un hombre fiel a la empresa. REG. PREPOSICIONAL + a, con SINÓNIMO leal 2 Que es exacto o conforme a la verdad: ■ nos hizo un fiel… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Ministerio Público — de Minas Gerais, en Belo Horizonte. El Ministerio Público (Ministerio Fiscal, Fiscalía General o Procuraduría General) es un organismo público, generalmente estatal, al que se atribuye, dentro de en un estado de Derecho democrático, la… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Consumo público — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar …   Wikipedia Español

  • Ruta Destroy — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda La llamada Ruta Destroy, Ruta del Bakalao como se le conoció más mediáticamente, heredera directa de la movida valenciana, consistió en el mayor movimiento clubbing de España, hecho por y para españoles… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Jersey shore — En este artículo se detectaron los siguientes problemas: Necesita ser wikificado conforme a las convenciones de estilo de Wikipedia. Carece de fuentes o referencias que aparezcan en una fuente acreditada. Requiere una revisión ortográfica y… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Los Fabulosos Cadillacs — el 2008 (de izq. a der.): Daniel Lozano, Sergio Rotman, Gabriel Fernández …   Wikipedia Español

  • Drum and bass — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El drum and bass (abreviado con las contracciones inglesas drum n bass, drum bass y D B o D n B) es un género de música electrónica de formas rítmicas rápidas y sincopadas, basadas fundamentalmente en el jungle y… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Osho — Este artículo trata sobre el Místico Indio Osho. Para otros usos de este término, véase Ōshō. Osho Osho …   Wikipedia Español

  • Slam (poesía) — El slam es un torneo de poetas en los que se enfrentan mediante las notas de un jurado seleccionado del público. El formato del torneo esta inspirado en el boxeo. Se hace por rondas donde cada poeta tiene tres minutos para leer su poema. Los… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Machos — La brutal pasión de siete hermanos Género Telenovela Reparto Héctor Noguera Carolina Arregui Jorge Zabaleta Liliana R …   Wikipedia Español


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