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to be all eyes

  • 1 ser todo ojos

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser todo ojos

  • 2 de una vez

    • all at once
    • at a single blow
    • at one blow
    • at one sweep
    • for good and all
    • for once
    • once an hour
    • once and once again
    • right arrow
    • right at the end
    • right away
    • right before my eyes

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de una vez

  • 3 forzar

    v.
    1 to force.
    forzar a alguien a hacer algo to force somebody to do something
    forzar la vista to strain one's eyes
    forzar una cerradura to force a lock
    Ricardo forzó la puerta Richard forced the door.
    2 to rape.
    3 to enforce, to muscle, to impose, to foist.
    La policía forzó el reglamento The police enforced the rules.
    4 to coerce, to constrain, to force.
    La policía forzó a Ricardo The police coerced Richard.
    * * *
    (o changes to ue in stressed syllables; z changes to c before e)
    Present Indicative
    fuerzo, fuerzas, fuerza, forzamos, forzáis, fuerzan.
    Past Indicative
    forcé, forzaste, forzó, forzamos, forzasteis, forzaron.
    Present Subjunctive
    Imperative
    fuerza (tú), fuerce (él/Vd.), forcemos (nos.), forzad (vos.), fuercen (ellos/Vds.).
    * * *
    verb
    1) to force, compel
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=obligar) to force

    forzar a algn a hacer algo — to force sb to do sth, make sb do sth

    les forzó a dimitir — he forced them to resign, he made them resign

    2) [+ puerta, cerradura] to force; (Mil) [+ ciudadela, fuerte] to storm, take
    3) [+ ojos, voz] to strain; [+ sonrisa] to force
    4) (=violar) to rape
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( obligar) to force

    me vi forzado — I had to, I was forced

    2)
    a) < vista> to strain
    b) < sonrisa> to force
    3) <puerta/cerradura> to force
    4) ( violar) to rape
    2.
    forzarse v pron ( obligarse) to make o force oneself
    * * *
    = compel, constrain, force, oblige, force + Nombre + open, strain, extrude, enforce, shoehorn, pry + Nombre + open.
    Nota: Sinónimo de prise + Nombre + open.
    Ex. It was apparent that the majority of respondents did not feel the need to react as if they were confronting forces compelling the adoption of totally new role.
    Ex. Model II sees the process in terms of the system forcing or constraining the user to deviate from the 'real' problem.
    Ex. If the library wants all users to have passwords, an authorization level of 1 can be assigned in the search function to force the system to require a password.
    Ex. The user interested in children's sports, therefore, is obliged, when looking under the general heading, to differentiate between those works which are general and those which are on men's sports.
    Ex. Do not force a book open, especially when it is new.
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. In theory, at least, information provision has always been seen as an integral part of the library service, but in practice this had tended to become extruded to the point of non-existence by the time it reaches the smaller rural branches and mobile libraries = En teoría, al menos, la difusión de la información siempre se ha visto como una parte integral del servicio bibliotecario, aunque en la práctica se ha tendido a forzarla hasta el punto de su inexistencia cuando llega a las bibliotecas sucursales rurales más pequeñas y a las bibliotecas móviles.
    Ex. Economic necessity will enforce an improvement in the provision of patent information in Hungary.
    Ex. We should not expect faculty to shoehorn their approaches into a technical developer's ideas of what is valuable or the correct pedagogical approach.
    Ex. If the paper clip has not rusted and the paper is sturdy, a paper clip can be removed by gently prying it open.
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    * abrir forzando = force + Nombre + open.
    * abrir forzando con palanca = prise + Nombre + open.
    * forzar a = coerce (into), press into.
    * forzar a cerrar un Negocio = drive out of + business.
    * forzar la separación de = coerce + Nombre + away from.
    * forzar una respuesta = coerce + a response.
    * que fuerza los músculos = muscle-straining.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( obligar) to force

    me vi forzado — I had to, I was forced

    2)
    a) < vista> to strain
    b) < sonrisa> to force
    3) <puerta/cerradura> to force
    4) ( violar) to rape
    2.
    forzarse v pron ( obligarse) to make o force oneself
    * * *
    = compel, constrain, force, oblige, force + Nombre + open, strain, extrude, enforce, shoehorn, pry + Nombre + open.
    Nota: Sinónimo de prise + Nombre + open.

    Ex: It was apparent that the majority of respondents did not feel the need to react as if they were confronting forces compelling the adoption of totally new role.

    Ex: Model II sees the process in terms of the system forcing or constraining the user to deviate from the 'real' problem.
    Ex: If the library wants all users to have passwords, an authorization level of 1 can be assigned in the search function to force the system to require a password.
    Ex: The user interested in children's sports, therefore, is obliged, when looking under the general heading, to differentiate between those works which are general and those which are on men's sports.
    Ex: Do not force a book open, especially when it is new.
    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex: In theory, at least, information provision has always been seen as an integral part of the library service, but in practice this had tended to become extruded to the point of non-existence by the time it reaches the smaller rural branches and mobile libraries = En teoría, al menos, la difusión de la información siempre se ha visto como una parte integral del servicio bibliotecario, aunque en la práctica se ha tendido a forzarla hasta el punto de su inexistencia cuando llega a las bibliotecas sucursales rurales más pequeñas y a las bibliotecas móviles.
    Ex: Economic necessity will enforce an improvement in the provision of patent information in Hungary.
    Ex: We should not expect faculty to shoehorn their approaches into a technical developer's ideas of what is valuable or the correct pedagogical approach.
    Ex: If the paper clip has not rusted and the paper is sturdy, a paper clip can be removed by gently prying it open.
    * abrir forzando = force + Nombre + open.
    * abrir forzando con palanca = prise + Nombre + open.
    * forzar a = coerce (into), press into.
    * forzar a cerrar un Negocio = drive out of + business.
    * forzar la separación de = coerce + Nombre + away from.
    * forzar una respuesta = coerce + a response.
    * que fuerza los músculos = muscle-straining.

    * * *
    forzar [ A11 ]
    vt
    A (obligar) to force
    me vi forzado a echarlo del local I had to o I was forced to o ( frml) I was obliged to throw him off the premises
    B
    1 ‹vista› to strain
    estaba forzando la vista I was straining my eyes
    2 ‹sonrisa› to force
    C ‹puerta/cerradura› to force
    D (violar) to rape
    (obligarse) to make o force oneself
    todos los días me fuerzo a caminar dos kilómetros every day I make myself walk two kilometers
    * * *

     

    forzar ( conjugate forzar) verbo transitivo
    1 ( obligar) to force
    2
    a) vista to strain;


    b) sonrisa to force

    3puerta/cerradura to force
    forzar verbo transitivo
    1 (obligar por la fuerza) to force: la forzaron a casarse, she was forced to get married
    2 (un motor, una situación) to force
    3 (una cerradura) to force, break open
    4 (violar a alguien) to rape
    ' forzar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    hacer
    - tergiversar
    - violentar
    - fuerza
    - palanca
    English:
    bend
    - break in
    - break into
    - bulldoze
    - compel
    - crack
    - drive
    - force
    - pick
    - strain
    - tamper
    - stretch
    * * *
    forzar vt
    1. [obligar, empujar] to force;
    forzar a alguien a hacer algo to force sb to do sth;
    yo no forzaría la situación I wouldn't force the situation
    2. [cerradura, mecanismo] to force;
    no fuerces el motor don't overtax the engine;
    forzar la vista to strain one's eyes;
    Informát
    forzar la salida [de programa] to force quit
    3. [violar] to rape
    * * *
    v/t
    1 force;
    forzar la voz strain one’s voice
    2 ( violar) rape
    * * *
    forzar {36} vt
    1) obligar: to force, to compel
    2) : to force open
    3) : to strain
    forzar los ojos: to strain one's eyes
    * * *
    forzar vb to force

    Spanish-English dictionary > forzar

  • 4 tener simpatía por

    • be fond of
    • have advantage for
    • have all misty eyes

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > tener simpatía por

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