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  • 1 del siglo diecinueve

    Ex. The online computerized library catalog is a wholly new type of catalog having a drastically different design from the seventeenth-century bookform catalog and the nineteenth-century card catalog.
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    Ex: The online computerized library catalog is a wholly new type of catalog having a drastically different design from the seventeenth-century bookform catalog and the nineteenth-century card catalog.

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  • 2 del siglo diecisiete

    Ex. The online computerized library catalog is a wholly new type of catalog having a drastically different design from the seventeenth-century bookform catalog and the nineteenth-century card catalog.
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    Ex: The online computerized library catalog is a wholly new type of catalog having a drastically different design from the seventeenth-century bookform catalog and the nineteenth-century card catalog.

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  • 3 de modo claro

    Ex. This is transparently part of the ideology of the title-unit-entry catalog where the book as such is the focus of the catalog.
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    Ex: This is transparently part of the ideology of the title-unit-entry catalog where the book as such is the focus of the catalog.

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  • 4 mucho más + Adverbio/Adjetivo

    = far more + Adverbio/Adjetivo, far more + Adverbio/Adjetivo
    Ex. However, online interaction beginning with only 225 entries makes it possible for a user to locate the entry far more rapidly than would be possible in a card catalog.
    Ex. However, online interaction beginning with only 225 entries makes it possible for a user to locate the entry far more rapidly than would be possible in a card catalog.
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    = far more + Adverbio/Adjetivo, far more + Adverbio/Adjetivo

    Ex: However, online interaction beginning with only 225 entries makes it possible for a user to locate the entry far more rapidly than would be possible in a card catalog.

    Ex: However, online interaction beginning with only 225 entries makes it possible for a user to locate the entry far more rapidly than would be possible in a card catalog.

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  • 5 retrasar el avance

    (v.) = retard + progress
    Ex. All of this was intended to clear for the reader his/her path in the catalog, to obviate anything that might distract his/her attention or otherwise retard his/her progress, and to facilitate in every way possible his/her search in the catalog.
    * * *
    (v.) = retard + progress

    Ex: All of this was intended to clear for the reader his/her path in the catalog, to obviate anything that might distract his/her attention or otherwise retard his/her progress, and to facilitate in every way possible his/her search in the catalog.

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  • 6 unos segundos de reflexión

    = a moment's thought, a moment's reflection
    Ex. A moment's thought should show that whereas specificity is a device to increase relevance at the cost of recall, exhaustivity works in the opposite direction, by increasing recall, but at the expense of relevance.
    Ex. A moment's reflection on the characteristics of this type of catalog as shown in figure 1 reveals the retrieval power of such a catalog.
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    = a moment's thought, a moment's reflection

    Ex: A moment's thought should show that whereas specificity is a device to increase relevance at the cost of recall, exhaustivity works in the opposite direction, by increasing recall, but at the expense of relevance.

    Ex: A moment's reflection on the characteristics of this type of catalog as shown in figure 1 reveals the retrieval power of such a catalog.

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  • 7 abordar un problema

    (v.) = address + problem
    Ex. They maintain, in an article written for Library Resources and Technical Services (LRTS) 'that automated cataloging systems have addressed only half of the problems of maintaining a library catalog'.
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    (v.) = address + problem

    Ex: They maintain, in an article written for Library Resources and Technical Services (LRTS) 'that automated cataloging systems have addressed only half of the problems of maintaining a library catalog'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > abordar un problema

  • 8 abrir la puerta a

    (v.) = throw + open the door to
    Ex. We have two programs that have begun to put tables of contents on the Web -- throwing open the door to those who browse the Internet for information as well as those who use our online public access catalog.
    * * *
    (v.) = throw + open the door to

    Ex: We have two programs that have begun to put tables of contents on the Web -- throwing open the door to those who browse the Internet for information as well as those who use our online public access catalog.

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  • 9 arreglárselas a duras penas

    Ex. The average user is not only frustrated by a library, but is working under the false notion that most of what he needs can be found by muddling through the card catalog.
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    Ex: The average user is not only frustrated by a library, but is working under the false notion that most of what he needs can be found by muddling through the card catalog.

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  • 10 catálogo local

    Ex. If required, a library may also have a local catalog.
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    Ex: If required, a library may also have a local catalog.

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  • 11 dejar de actualizar el catálogo

    (v.) = close down + catalogue
    Ex. At sometime LC will close down its catalog.
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    (v.) = close down + catalogue

    Ex: At sometime LC will close down its catalog.

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  • 12 echar en cara

    figurado to reproach for
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    to blame
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    (v.) = fault
    Ex. What I would really like to fault her on is not her views on the role of the federal government but on her simplistic view of the online catalog.
    * * *
    (v.) = fault

    Ex: What I would really like to fault her on is not her views on the role of the federal government but on her simplistic view of the online catalog.

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  • 13 echar la culpa

    (v.) = place + blame, fault
    Ex. This article discusses the worsening acquisitions budget at the library placing blame on the continuing large price increases of periodicals and books.
    Ex. What I would really like to fault her on is not her views on the role of the federal government but on her simplistic view of the online catalog.
    * * *
    (v.) = place + blame, fault

    Ex: This article discusses the worsening acquisitions budget at the library placing blame on the continuing large price increases of periodicals and books.

    Ex: What I would really like to fault her on is not her views on the role of the federal government but on her simplistic view of the online catalog.

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  • 14 el registro de los registros

    Ex. The record-of-record was still the three by five card created more economically, but, nonetheless, filed in an offline, manual catalog.
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    Ex: The record-of-record was still the three by five card created more economically, but, nonetheless, filed in an offline, manual catalog.

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  • 15 el registro modelo

    Ex. The record-of-record was still the three by five card created more economically, but, nonetheless, filed in an offline, manual catalog.
    * * *

    Ex: The record-of-record was still the three by five card created more economically, but, nonetheless, filed in an offline, manual catalog.

    Spanish-English dictionary > el registro modelo

  • 16 encontrar defectos

    (v.) = fault
    Ex. What I would really like to fault her on is not her views on the role of the federal government but on her simplistic view of the online catalog.
    * * *
    (v.) = fault

    Ex: What I would really like to fault her on is not her views on the role of the federal government but on her simplistic view of the online catalog.

    Spanish-English dictionary > encontrar defectos

  • 17 esoterismos

    Nota: Véanse bajo la entrada "-ics" otras palabras con la misma terminación y usadas en el singular.
    Ex. But the present revision, incorporating ISBD, will literally clutter the entries with obtrusive redundancies and esoterics that will only obscure the content of the entries and obstruct the use of the catalog.
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    Nota: Véanse bajo la entrada "-ics" otras palabras con la misma terminación y usadas en el singular.

    Ex: But the present revision, incorporating ISBD, will literally clutter the entries with obtrusive redundancies and esoterics that will only obscure the content of the entries and obstruct the use of the catalog.

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  • 18 estar relacionado con

    (v.) = be associated with, regard
    Ex. This broader consideration of descriptive cataloguing problems serves to set a context for the consideration of cataloguing problems associated with nonbook materials.
    Ex. The question I have regards natural concerns about the computer going down, and the situation that may exist when the library is cut off for an extended period of time from the online catalog.
    * * *
    (v.) = be associated with, regard

    Ex: This broader consideration of descriptive cataloguing problems serves to set a context for the consideration of cataloguing problems associated with nonbook materials.

    Ex: The question I have regards natural concerns about the computer going down, and the situation that may exist when the library is cut off for an extended period of time from the online catalog.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar relacionado con

  • 19 fichero de materias

    Ex. For example, instead of using the standard system subject headings, a library may prefer to maintain its own descriptor file in the local catalog.
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    Ex: For example, instead of using the standard system subject headings, a library may prefer to maintain its own descriptor file in the local catalog.

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  • 20 indisponer contra

    v.
    to set against, to turn against.
    Indispusieron a María contra el vecino They set Mary against her neighbor.
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    (v.) = prejudice + Nombre + against
    Ex. Many biased headings still persist that disparage or distort the topic itself, prejudice the user against the material cited, or demean the very people who use the catalog.
    * * *
    (v.) = prejudice + Nombre + against

    Ex: Many biased headings still persist that disparage or distort the topic itself, prejudice the user against the material cited, or demean the very people who use the catalog.

    Spanish-English dictionary > indisponer contra

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