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  • 1 alimentar

    v.
    1 to feed (dar comida).
    tengo cinco hijos que alimentar I've got five kids to feed
    La madre alimenta al chico The mother feeds the boy.
    La bandeja alimenta la impresora The tray feeds the printer.
    2 to feed.
    la lectura alimenta el espíritu reading improves your mind
    3 to fuel.
    4 to be nourishing.
    los garbanzos alimentan mucho chickpeas are very nutritious
    * * *
    1 (dar alimento) to feed
    2 (mantener) to keep, support
    3 figurado (alentar) to encourage, foster, nurture; (pasiones) to feed, fuel, nurture
    4 (uso técnico) to feed
    1 (servir de alimento) to nourish, be nutritious
    1 to live (de/con, on)
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) (=dar de comer a) to feed
    2) (=nutrir) to be nutritious o nourishing
    3) [+ imaginación] to fire, fuel; [+ esperanzas, pasiones] to feed, fuel; [+ sentimiento, idea] to foster
    4) [+ hoguera, horno doméstico, fuego] to feed, add fuel to; [+ horno industrial] to stoke

    el operario alimenta la máquina de o con combustible — the operator feeds fuel into the machine

    5) (Elec) to supply
    2.
    VI to be nutritious, be nourishing
    - huele que alimenta
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( nutrir) <persona/animal> to feed
    2) <ilusión/esperanza> to nurture, cherish; < ego> to boost
    3) <máquina/motor> to feed; < caldera> to stoke
    2.
    alimentar vi to be nourishing
    3.
    alimentarse v pron <persona/animal> to feed oneself

    alimentarse con or de algo — to live on something

    * * *
    = feed, fuel, nurture, nourish, stoke.
    Ex. The computer merely needs to be fed with the source documents and their citation, and with the appropriate software, will generate the indexes.
    Ex. This is in line with recent trends in the historical sciences generally fuelled by the feeling that in the past historians did not pay enough attention to what is, after all, the majority of humanity.
    Ex. Studying the leisure reading preferences of teens can help library media specialists develop collections and programs that nurture a lifelong love of reading.
    Ex. The library's mission must be further nourished and refined, for philosophy is not an idle pastime -- it is a foundation and rationale for human endeavor.
    Ex. The media have regularly stoked public feelings of shame by affirming that English football fans are synonymous with hooliganism, overlooking the fact that not all fans are 'hooligans'.
    ----
    * alimentar a la fuerza = force-feed.
    * alimentar datos = populate.
    * alimentar el espíritu = refresh + the spirit.
    * alimentar el odio = fuel + hatred.
    * alimentar la esperanza = nurture + hope.
    * alimentarse = graze (on).
    * alimentarse de = thrive on, feast on, prey on/upon.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo
    1) ( nutrir) <persona/animal> to feed
    2) <ilusión/esperanza> to nurture, cherish; < ego> to boost
    3) <máquina/motor> to feed; < caldera> to stoke
    2.
    alimentar vi to be nourishing
    3.
    alimentarse v pron <persona/animal> to feed oneself

    alimentarse con or de algo — to live on something

    * * *
    = feed, fuel, nurture, nourish, stoke.

    Ex: The computer merely needs to be fed with the source documents and their citation, and with the appropriate software, will generate the indexes.

    Ex: This is in line with recent trends in the historical sciences generally fuelled by the feeling that in the past historians did not pay enough attention to what is, after all, the majority of humanity.
    Ex: Studying the leisure reading preferences of teens can help library media specialists develop collections and programs that nurture a lifelong love of reading.
    Ex: The library's mission must be further nourished and refined, for philosophy is not an idle pastime -- it is a foundation and rationale for human endeavor.
    Ex: The media have regularly stoked public feelings of shame by affirming that English football fans are synonymous with hooliganism, overlooking the fact that not all fans are 'hooligans'.
    * alimentar a la fuerza = force-feed.
    * alimentar datos = populate.
    * alimentar el espíritu = refresh + the spirit.
    * alimentar el odio = fuel + hatred.
    * alimentar la esperanza = nurture + hope.
    * alimentarse = graze (on).
    * alimentarse de = thrive on, feast on, prey on/upon.

    * * *
    alimentar [A1 ]
    vt
    A (nutrir) ‹persona/animal› to feed
    tengo tres hijos que alimentar I have three children to feed
    alimentan a los animales con piensos the animals are fed on pellets
    estas tierras alimentaron a mi familia durante generaciones my family lived off this land for generations, this land supported my family for generations
    Extremadura alimentó durante largo tiempo este flujo emigratorio for a long time Extremadura contributed to o fed this flow of emigrants
    B
    1 ‹ilusión/esperanza› to nurture, cherish
    varios años de enfrentamiento alimentaron el odio entre los dos bandos several years of confrontation fueled the hatred between the two sides
    alimentó mi curiosidad con aquella historia the story she told fed my curiosity
    2 ‹ego› to boost
    contribuyó a alimentar su ego it helped to boost his ego
    C ‹máquina/motor› to feed; ‹caldera› to stoke
    algodón para alimentar la industria textil cotton to supply the textile industry, cotton for the textile industry
    ■ alimentar
    vi
    to be nourishing
    «persona/animal» to feed oneself
    este chico no se alimenta bien this boy doesn't feed himself o eat right ( AmE), this boy doesn't feed himself o eat properly ( BrE)
    alimentarse CON or DE algo to live ON sth
    se alimenta con frutas y verduras she lives on fruit and vegetables
    se alimenta de energía solar it runs on solar energy
    * * *

     

    alimentar ( conjugate alimentar) verbo transitivo
    1persona/animal to feed
    2
    a)ilusión/esperanza to nurture, cherish;

    ego to boost
    b)odio/pasión to fuel

    3máquina/motor to feed;
    caldera to stoke
    verbo intransitivo
    to be nourishing
    alimentarse verbo pronominal [persona/animal] to feed oneself;
    alimentarse con or de algo to live on sth
    alimentar
    I verbo transitivo
    1 (dar de comer) to feed
    2 fig (fomentar un sentimiento) to nourish
    3 Inform to feed
    Téc to supply
    II vt & vi (ser nutritivo) to be nutritious
    ' alimentar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    mantener
    - suero
    English:
    feed
    - nourish
    - support
    - bottle
    - force
    - fuel
    * * *
    vt
    1. [dar comida] to feed;
    alimentan a los tigres con carne they feed the tigers meat;
    tengo cinco hijos que alimentar I've got five kids to feed;
    el hijo mayor trabaja y alimenta a toda la familia the eldest son goes to work so that the whole family can eat
    2. [dar energía, material] to feed;
    la lectura alimenta el espíritu reading improves your mind;
    esa actitud alimenta la intolerancia that attitude fuels intolerance;
    trabajar con él le ha alimentado el ego working with him has boosted her ego
    3. [motor, coche] to fuel;
    [caldera] to stoke;
    alimentar una batería to charge o recharge a battery
    vi
    [nutrir] to be nourishing;
    los garbanzos alimentan mucho chickpeas are very nutritious
    * * *
    I v/t tb TÉC, fig
    feed; EL power
    II v/i be nourishing
    * * *
    1) nutrir: to feed, to nourish
    2) mantener: to support (a family)
    3) fomentar: to nurture, to foster
    * * *
    1. (dar alimento) to feed [pt. & pp. fed]
    2. (mantener) to keep [pt. & pp. kept] / to support
    3. (servir de alimento) to be good for you

    Spanish-English dictionary > alimentar

  • 2 avivar

    v.
    1 to rekindle (sentimiento).
    2 to arouse, to light up, to enkindle, to kindle.
    Las rosas avivaron la pasión The roses aroused the passion.
    3 to stir up, to excite, to animate, to awaken.
    La música aviva la fiesta Music stirs up the party.
    4 to stoke.
    El combustible aviva las calderas The fuel stokes the boilers.
    * * *
    1 (fuego) to stoke (up)
    2 (anhelos, deseos) to enliven
    3 (pasiones, dolor) to intensify
    4 (paso) to quicken
    5 (colores, luz) to brighten up
    1 to become brighter, become livelier
    1 to become brighter, become livelier
    * * *
    verb
    1) to enliven, brighten
    2) arouse, excite
    * * *
    1.
    VT [+ fuego] to stoke, stoke up; [+ color] to brighten; [+ dolor] to intensify; [+ pasión] to excite, arouse; [+ disputa] to add fuel to; [+ interés] to stimulate; [+ esfuerzo] to revive; [+ efecto] to enhance, heighten; [+ combatientes] to urge on
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo < fuego> to get... going; < color> to make... brighter; <pasión/deseo> to arouse; < dolor> to intensify
    2.
    avivarse v pron
    a) fuego to revive, flare up; debate to come alive, liven up
    b) (AmL fam) ( despabilarse) to wise up (colloq)
    * * *
    = fuel, be fired with, enliven, quicken, sparkle, stoke, jazz up, move it up + a gear, notch it up + a gear, take it up + a gear, take it up + a notch, crank it up + a notch, crank it up + a gear, move it up + a notch.
    Ex. This is in line with recent trends in the historical sciences generally fuelled by the feeling that in the past historians did not pay enough attention to what is, after all, the majority of humanity.
    Ex. Librarians and bibliographers are as deeply fired with the idealistic fervour which is alleged to have imbued the medieval knights.
    Ex. Children in this state are in a crisis of confidence from which they must be relieved before their set about books can be refreshed and enlivened.
    Ex. For, methinks, the present condition of man is like a field, where battle hath been lately fought, where we may see many legs, and arms, and eyes lying here and there, which, for want of a union, and a soul to quicken and enliven them, are good for nothing, but to feed ravens, and infect the air.
    Ex. His talks sparkle with Southern humor and a distinct voice known to mention rednecks, the evil of institutions, and racial reconciliation.
    Ex. The media have regularly stoked public feelings of shame by affirming that English football fans are synonymous with hooliganism, overlooking the fact that not all fans are 'hooligans'.
    Ex. After jazzing up her appearance with a new blonde hairdo, she turns up in his office and talks him into taking her out for a meal.
    Ex. Liverpool and Chelsea are grabbing all the headlines, but Arsenal have quietly moved it up a gear scoring 10 goals in their last three league games.
    Ex. Start gently, ease yourself in by breaking the workout down into three one minute sessions until you are ready to notch it up a gear and join them together.
    Ex. There was not much to separate the sides in the first ten minutes however Arsenal took it up a gear and got the goal but not without a bit of luck.
    Ex. We have a good time together and we're good friends.. but I'd like to take it up a notch.
    Ex. David quickly comprehended our project needs and then cranked it up a notch with impactful design.
    Ex. Went for a bike ride with a mate last week, no problems so will crank it up a gear and tackle some hills in the next few weeks.
    Ex. After a regular walking routine is established, why not move it up a notch and start jogging, if you haven't already.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo < fuego> to get... going; < color> to make... brighter; <pasión/deseo> to arouse; < dolor> to intensify
    2.
    avivarse v pron
    a) fuego to revive, flare up; debate to come alive, liven up
    b) (AmL fam) ( despabilarse) to wise up (colloq)
    * * *
    = fuel, be fired with, enliven, quicken, sparkle, stoke, jazz up, move it up + a gear, notch it up + a gear, take it up + a gear, take it up + a notch, crank it up + a notch, crank it up + a gear, move it up + a notch.

    Ex: This is in line with recent trends in the historical sciences generally fuelled by the feeling that in the past historians did not pay enough attention to what is, after all, the majority of humanity.

    Ex: Librarians and bibliographers are as deeply fired with the idealistic fervour which is alleged to have imbued the medieval knights.
    Ex: Children in this state are in a crisis of confidence from which they must be relieved before their set about books can be refreshed and enlivened.
    Ex: For, methinks, the present condition of man is like a field, where battle hath been lately fought, where we may see many legs, and arms, and eyes lying here and there, which, for want of a union, and a soul to quicken and enliven them, are good for nothing, but to feed ravens, and infect the air.
    Ex: His talks sparkle with Southern humor and a distinct voice known to mention rednecks, the evil of institutions, and racial reconciliation.
    Ex: The media have regularly stoked public feelings of shame by affirming that English football fans are synonymous with hooliganism, overlooking the fact that not all fans are 'hooligans'.
    Ex: After jazzing up her appearance with a new blonde hairdo, she turns up in his office and talks him into taking her out for a meal.
    Ex: Liverpool and Chelsea are grabbing all the headlines, but Arsenal have quietly moved it up a gear scoring 10 goals in their last three league games.
    Ex: Start gently, ease yourself in by breaking the workout down into three one minute sessions until you are ready to notch it up a gear and join them together.
    Ex: There was not much to separate the sides in the first ten minutes however Arsenal took it up a gear and got the goal but not without a bit of luck.
    Ex: We have a good time together and we're good friends.. but I'd like to take it up a notch.
    Ex: David quickly comprehended our project needs and then cranked it up a notch with impactful design.
    Ex: Went for a bike ride with a mate last week, no problems so will crank it up a gear and tackle some hills in the next few weeks.
    Ex: After a regular walking routine is established, why not move it up a notch and start jogging, if you haven't already.

    * * *
    avivar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹fuego› to get … going
    2 ‹color› to make … brighter
    3 ‹sentimiento/pasión/deseo› to arouse; ‹dolor› to make … worse, intensify
    1 «fuego» to revive, flare up; «debate» to come alive, liven up
    2 ( AmL fam) (despabilarse) to wise up ( colloq), to buck one's ideas up ( colloq), to get one's act together ( colloq)
    * * *

    avivar ( conjugate avivar) verbo transitivo fuegoto get … going;
    colorto make … brighter;
    pasión/deseo to arouse;
    dolor to intensify
    avivarse verbo pronominal

    [ debate] to come alive, liven up
    b) (AmL fam) ( despabilarse) to wise up (colloq)

    avivar verbo transitivo
    1 (fuego) to stoke (up)
    2 (intensificar) to intensify
    3 (ir más deprisa) to quicken
    ' avivar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    encender
    - espabilar
    - inflamar
    English:
    fan
    - stoke
    - whip up
    - feed
    - fire
    - fuel
    * * *
    vt
    1. [fuego] to stoke up
    2. [color] to brighten
    3. [sentimiento] to intensify;
    el asesinato avivó los odios entre las dos comunidades the murder served to fuel the hatred between the two communities
    4. [polémica] to stir up;
    [debate] to liven up
    5. [acelerar]
    avivar el paso o [m5] ritmo to quicken one's pace, to go faster
    6. RP Fam
    avivar a alguien [despabilar] to wise sb up;
    [informar] to fill sb in
    * * *
    v/t
    1 fuego revive
    2 interés arouse
    3
    :
    avivar el paso speed up
    * * *
    avivar vt
    1) : to enliven, to brighten
    2) : to strengthen, to intensify

    Spanish-English dictionary > avivar

  • 3 odio

    m.
    hatred.
    tener odio a algo/alguien to hate something/somebody
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: odiar.
    * * *
    1 hatred, loathing
    \
    tenerle odio a alguien to hate somebody
    odio mortal hatred
    * * *
    noun m.
    hate, hatred
    * * *
    SM
    1) [gen] hatred

    odio de sangre — feud, vendetta

    2) Chile (=molestia) nuisance, bother
    * * *
    masculino hate, hatred
    * * *
    = feud, aversion, loathing, hatred, hate.
    Ex. In doing so, the library created a rift that prohibited dialogue and created something of a feud between the copyright owner and the library.
    Ex. The central hypothesis is that an aversion to neologisms (especially newly coined words) impedes the introduction and acceptance of new concepts.
    Ex. The article 'The hype and the hope: fear and loathing on the net' argues that the fears and mistrust of the Internet are based upon ignorance about new technology.
    Ex. A culture of violence and hatred seems to have percolated through the corridors of the institutions of learning particularly schools.
    Ex. Librarians often have to decide whether to provide free access to or to censor materials containing hate speech or that which advocates hate and violence.
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    * alimentar el odio = fuel + hatred.
    * incitar el odio = incite + hatred.
    * la voz del odio = the voice of hate.
    * lleno de odio = hateful.
    * mirar a Alguien con odio = look + daggers at.
    * odio racial = racial hatred.
    * promover el odio = fuel + hatred.
    * * *
    masculino hate, hatred
    * * *
    = feud, aversion, loathing, hatred, hate.

    Ex: In doing so, the library created a rift that prohibited dialogue and created something of a feud between the copyright owner and the library.

    Ex: The central hypothesis is that an aversion to neologisms (especially newly coined words) impedes the introduction and acceptance of new concepts.
    Ex: The article 'The hype and the hope: fear and loathing on the net' argues that the fears and mistrust of the Internet are based upon ignorance about new technology.
    Ex: A culture of violence and hatred seems to have percolated through the corridors of the institutions of learning particularly schools.
    Ex: Librarians often have to decide whether to provide free access to or to censor materials containing hate speech or that which advocates hate and violence.
    * alimentar el odio = fuel + hatred.
    * incitar el odio = incite + hatred.
    * la voz del odio = the voice of hate.
    * lleno de odio = hateful.
    * mirar a Alguien con odio = look + daggers at.
    * odio racial = racial hatred.
    * promover el odio = fuel + hatred.

    * * *
    hate, hatred
    lleno de odio full of hate o hatred
    le he tomado odio I've come to hate him
    me tiene odio he hates me
    buscar(le) el odio a algn ( Chi fam); to aggravate sb
    Compuestos:
    self-hatred
    race hatred
    * * *

     

    Del verbo odiar: ( conjugate odiar)

    odio es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    odió es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    odiar    
    odio
    odiar ( conjugate odiar) verbo transitivo
    to hate;

    odio sustantivo masculino
    hate, hatred;
    tenerle odio a algn to hate sb
    odiar verbo transitivo to detest, hate: odio la plancha, I hate ironing ➣ Ver nota en hate y detest
    odio sustantivo masculino hatred, loathing: su odio no tiene límites, her hatred knows no bounds

    ' odio' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    carcomer
    - larvada
    - larvado
    - malsana
    - malsano
    - manía
    - odiar
    - agarrar
    - alimentar
    - asesino
    - el
    - engendrar
    - excitar
    - feroz
    - fomentar
    - implacable
    - mortal
    - trabajo
    - visceral
    English:
    bear
    - bitter
    - detest
    - fierce
    - flying
    - glare
    - hate
    - hatred
    - loathing
    - open
    - stir up
    - store up
    - whip up
    - pet
    - surge
    * * *
    odio nm
    hatred;
    tener odio a algo/alguien to hate sth/sb;
    Esp
    cogerle o Am [m5]tomarle odio a algo/alguien to develop a hatred for o of sth/sb
    * * *
    m hatred, hate
    * * *
    odio nm
    : hate, hatred
    * * *
    odio n hatred

    Spanish-English dictionary > odio

  • 4 predeterminado

    adj.
    predetermined, pre-defined, predefined, predeterminate.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: predeterminar.
    * * *
    * * *
    = built-in, predetermined [pre-determined], pre-established [preestablished], pre-agreed, predesignated, foregone, predefined [pre-defined].
    Ex. To use the 'default' or built-in command settings, simply press RETURN.
    Ex. In machine-readable data files, a format is a predetermined order or arrangement of data in a record.
    Ex. EDI refers to the exchange of electronic data in a pre-established standardized format between a sender and receiver using telecommunications links.
    Ex. You will receive all your serials promptly and at a pre-agreed frequency.
    Ex. Cyberattacks involve routers acting at a predesignated time or trigger time and flooding various targeted Web sites with data -- effectively shutting down the Web site.
    Ex. Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.
    Ex. The data entered into a fixed-length field may be of variable length, but cannot exceed the pre-defined length of the field.
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    * definir de un modo predeterminado e inamovible = hardwire [hard wire].
    * * *
    = built-in, predetermined [pre-determined], pre-established [preestablished], pre-agreed, predesignated, foregone, predefined [pre-defined].

    Ex: To use the 'default' or built-in command settings, simply press RETURN.

    Ex: In machine-readable data files, a format is a predetermined order or arrangement of data in a record.
    Ex: EDI refers to the exchange of electronic data in a pre-established standardized format between a sender and receiver using telecommunications links.
    Ex: You will receive all your serials promptly and at a pre-agreed frequency.
    Ex: Cyberattacks involve routers acting at a predesignated time or trigger time and flooding various targeted Web sites with data -- effectively shutting down the Web site.
    Ex: Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.
    Ex: The data entered into a fixed-length field may be of variable length, but cannot exceed the pre-defined length of the field.
    * definir de un modo predeterminado e inamovible = hardwire [hard wire].

    * * *
    predeterminado, -a adj
    predetermined

    Spanish-English dictionary > predeterminado

  • 5 promover

    v.
    1 to initiate, to bring about.
    2 to cause.
    3 to promote, to be conducive to, to boost up, to encourage.
    María promueve los deportes Mary promotes sports.
    María promovió a su asistente Mary promoted her assistant.
    4 to file.
    * * *
    Conjugation model [ MOVER], like link=mover mover
    1 to promote
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=impulsar) [+ proceso, plan, intereses, desarrollo] to promote; [+ ley] to sponsor; [+ debate, conflicto] to provoke

    promover un pleito — to bring an action, file a suit

    2) (=provocar) to cause
    3) (=ascender) [+ persona, equipo] to promote (a to)
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) <ahorro/turismo> to promote, stimulate; < plan> to instigate, promote; <conflicto/enfrentamientos> to provoke; < acuerdo> to bring about, promote
    b) (Der) <querella/pleito> to bring
    2) <oficial/funcionario> to promote
    * * *
    = advance, cultivate, favour [favor, -USA], further, launch, promote, pioneer, instigate, foster, spur, elicit, forward, drive.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado drove, participio driven.
    Ex. In addition to continuing and advancing programs begun prior to his directorship, Mr. Welsh has initiated the Cataloging in Publication program (CIP).
    Ex. Such familiarity can be cultivated with experience, and will consider the following features of data bases.
    Ex. Current trends favour cataloguing practices which can be applied to a variety of library materials.
    Ex. IFLA's International Office for Universal Bibliographic Control was established in order to further international control of bibliographic records.
    Ex. It describes an attempt by leaders in the CD-ROM business to launch a logical file structure standard for CD-ROM.
    Ex. Initially, it is necessary that the scheme be published and available for purchase, and that its use is generally promoted.
    Ex. Icons, or pictorial representations of objects in systems, were pioneered by Xerox.
    Ex. The first mass removal of material was instigated by the trade unions and although admitted in 1932 to have been a mistake, the purges proved difficult to stop.
    Ex. Among Mr. Welsh's professional activities and accomplishments are his successful efforts to foster an increased two-way communication between LC's Processing Department and his professional colleagues in the field.
    Ex. Spurred by press comments on dumping of withdrawn library books in rubbish skips, Birkerd Library requested the Ministry of Culture's permission to sell withdrawn materials.
    Ex. This article looks at ways in which librarians in leadership roles can elicit the motivation, commitment, and personal investment of members of the organisation.
    Ex. In order to forward the mission of the University, specific programs will be targeted for growth, consolidation, and possible elimination.
    Ex. The notation 796.33 is used for sporst involving an inflated ball propelled ( driven) by foot.
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    * promover el odio = fuel + hatred.
    * promover la lectura = promote + reading.
    * promoverse a Uno mismo = self-promote.
    * promover una actividad = launch + activity.
    * promover una idea = promote + idea, pioneer + idea.
    * promover un interés = promote + interest.
    * promover un programa = launch + program(me).
    * promover un proyecto = launch + project, launch + effort.
    * promover un punto de vista = promote + view.
    * promover un servicio = launch + service.
    * volver a promover un producto = rehyping.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo
    1)
    a) <ahorro/turismo> to promote, stimulate; < plan> to instigate, promote; <conflicto/enfrentamientos> to provoke; < acuerdo> to bring about, promote
    b) (Der) <querella/pleito> to bring
    2) <oficial/funcionario> to promote
    * * *
    = advance, cultivate, favour [favor, -USA], further, launch, promote, pioneer, instigate, foster, spur, elicit, forward, drive.
    Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado drove, participio driven.

    Ex: In addition to continuing and advancing programs begun prior to his directorship, Mr. Welsh has initiated the Cataloging in Publication program (CIP).

    Ex: Such familiarity can be cultivated with experience, and will consider the following features of data bases.
    Ex: Current trends favour cataloguing practices which can be applied to a variety of library materials.
    Ex: IFLA's International Office for Universal Bibliographic Control was established in order to further international control of bibliographic records.
    Ex: It describes an attempt by leaders in the CD-ROM business to launch a logical file structure standard for CD-ROM.
    Ex: Initially, it is necessary that the scheme be published and available for purchase, and that its use is generally promoted.
    Ex: Icons, or pictorial representations of objects in systems, were pioneered by Xerox.
    Ex: The first mass removal of material was instigated by the trade unions and although admitted in 1932 to have been a mistake, the purges proved difficult to stop.
    Ex: Among Mr. Welsh's professional activities and accomplishments are his successful efforts to foster an increased two-way communication between LC's Processing Department and his professional colleagues in the field.
    Ex: Spurred by press comments on dumping of withdrawn library books in rubbish skips, Birkerd Library requested the Ministry of Culture's permission to sell withdrawn materials.
    Ex: This article looks at ways in which librarians in leadership roles can elicit the motivation, commitment, and personal investment of members of the organisation.
    Ex: In order to forward the mission of the University, specific programs will be targeted for growth, consolidation, and possible elimination.
    Ex: The notation 796.33 is used for sporst involving an inflated ball propelled ( driven) by foot.
    * promover el odio = fuel + hatred.
    * promover la lectura = promote + reading.
    * promoverse a Uno mismo = self-promote.
    * promover una actividad = launch + activity.
    * promover una idea = promote + idea, pioneer + idea.
    * promover un interés = promote + interest.
    * promover un programa = launch + program(me).
    * promover un proyecto = launch + project, launch + effort.
    * promover un punto de vista = promote + view.
    * promover un servicio = launch + service.
    * volver a promover un producto = rehyping.

    * * *
    promover [E9 ]
    vt
    A
    1 ‹ahorro/turismo› to promote, stimulate; ‹plan› to instigate, promote; ‹conflicto/enfrentamientos› to provoke
    sus intentos de promover un acuerdo entre las dos partes her attempts to bring about o promote an agreement between the two sides
    los centros promovidos por Sanidad the centers sponsored by the Department of Health
    promovió una ola de protestas it provoked o caused o stirred up o prompted a wave of protest
    los que promovieron la manifestación those who organized the demonstration
    [ S ] promueve: Los Sauces S.A. developers: Los Sauces S.A.
    2 ( Der) ‹querella/pleito› to bring
    B ‹oficial/funcionario› to promote
    sólo el 60% de los alumnos fue promovido a segundo only 60% of the students were promoted to the second year ( AmE) o ( BrE) allowed to continue into the second year
    * * *

     

    promover ( conjugate promover) verbo transitivoahorro/turismo to promote;
    conflicto/enfrentamientos to provoke;
    querella/pleito to bring
    promover verbo transitivo
    1 to promote: el gobierno quiere promover el turismo en el país, the Government wants to stimulate its tourist industry
    2 (una construcción) to develop
    3 (disturbios, etc) to instigate, give rise to
    4 (un pleito) to bring
    ' promover' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    auspiciar
    English:
    democracy
    - elevate
    - further
    - initiate
    - advance
    - foster
    - pioneer
    - promote
    - stir
    - trial
    * * *
    1. [iniciar] to initiate, to bring about;
    [impulsar] to promote;
    una campaña para promover la lectura a campaign designed to promote reading
    2. [ocasionar] to cause;
    sus declaraciones promovieron gran indignación his statements caused o provoked considerable indignation
    3. [ascender]
    promover a alguien a to promote sb to
    * * *
    v/t
    1 ( fomentar) promote
    2 ( causar) provoke, cause
    * * *
    promover {47} vt
    1) : to promote, to advance
    2) fomentar: to foster, to encourage
    3) provocar: to provoke, to cause
    * * *
    promover vb to promote

    Spanish-English dictionary > promover

  • 6 alimentar el odio

    (v.) = fuel + hatred
    Ex. Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.
    * * *
    (v.) = fuel + hatred

    Ex: Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alimentar el odio

  • 7 circulación de documentos

    (n.) = flow of documents, stock circulation
    Ex. This should be an opportunity to improve the free flow of documents between countries through the interlibrary loan and document supply network.
    Ex. This article presents arguments in favour of traditional methods of stock circulation, theft detection, and catalogue storage.
    * * *
    (n.) = flow of documents, stock circulation

    Ex: This should be an opportunity to improve the free flow of documents between countries through the interlibrary loan and document supply network.

    Ex: This article presents arguments in favour of traditional methods of stock circulation, theft detection, and catalogue storage.

    Spanish-English dictionary > circulación de documentos

  • 8 crear desconfianza

    (v.) = create + distrust
    Ex. Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.
    * * *
    (v.) = create + distrust

    Ex: Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > crear desconfianza

  • 9 dado por hecho

    (adj.) = foregone
    Ex. Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.
    * * *
    (adj.) = foregone

    Ex: Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dado por hecho

  • 10 decidido de antemano

    (adj.) = foregone
    Ex. Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.
    * * *
    (adj.) = foregone

    Ex: Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > decidido de antemano

  • 11 decidido previamente

    (adj.) = foregone
    Ex. Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.
    * * *
    (adj.) = foregone

    Ex: Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > decidido previamente

  • 12 ecu

    m.
    ecu (Antes).
    * * *
    1 ECU
    * * *
    SF ABR
    = Unidad de Cuenta Europea ECU
    * * *
    ecu ['eku] masculino ECU, ecu
    * * *
    = ecu.
    Ex. Prices are determined in the common currenty unit of the Community ( ECU), as uniform pricing between countries is fundamental to the free movement of goods.
    * * *
    ecu ['eku] masculino ECU, ecu
    * * *
    = ecu.

    Ex: Prices are determined in the common currenty unit of the Community ( ECU), as uniform pricing between countries is fundamental to the free movement of goods.

    * * *
    ECU, ecu
    /ˈeku/
    ( Hist) = (Unidad de Cuenta Europea) ECU, ecu
    * * *

    Multiple Entries:
    ECU    
    ecu
    ecu,
    ECU /'eku/ sustantivo masculino (Unidad Monetaria Europea) ECU


    ' ecu' also found in these entries:
    English:
    ecu
    - ECU

    Spanish-English dictionary > ecu

  • 13 entre países

    adj.
    between countries, intercountry.
    * * *
    (adj.) = transfrontier, transborder, transnational, cross-country, cross-national [cross national], cross-border
    Ex. The associations have submitted both oral and written evidence to the European Communities on the transfrontier shipment of hazardous wastes.
    Ex. The relative fortunes of different national hosts, producers and data bases are considered and an attempt is made to characterise and quantify the transborder revenue flows which result.
    Ex. This article examines problems and practices relating to transborder data flows in the light of the growing trend to transnational venturing in the electronic information services sector.
    Ex. There is significant cross-country variation in these figures.
    Ex. This suggests an approach which includes cross-cultural as well as cross-national comparison.
    Ex. There are currently few examples of cross-border trading in English books but this looks set to change stimulated by the Internet and the euro.
    * * *
    (adj.) = transfrontier, transborder, transnational, cross-country, cross-national [cross national], cross-border

    Ex: The associations have submitted both oral and written evidence to the European Communities on the transfrontier shipment of hazardous wastes.

    Ex: The relative fortunes of different national hosts, producers and data bases are considered and an attempt is made to characterise and quantify the transborder revenue flows which result.
    Ex: This article examines problems and practices relating to transborder data flows in the light of the growing trend to transnational venturing in the electronic information services sector.
    Ex: There is significant cross-country variation in these figures.
    Ex: This suggests an approach which includes cross-cultural as well as cross-national comparison.
    Ex: There are currently few examples of cross-border trading in English books but this looks set to change stimulated by the Internet and the euro.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entre países

  • 14 hacer propaganda

    v.
    to advertise, to propagandise, to propagandize.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + publicity, propagandise [propagandize, -USA]
    Ex. Virtually no publicity was given to the service, since the library administration did not want to raise expectations, as they were unsure whether it was going to be possible to continue the service, due to budgetary restrictions at the time.
    Ex. Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.
    * * *
    (v.) = give + publicity, propagandise [propagandize, -USA]

    Ex: Virtually no publicity was given to the service, since the library administration did not want to raise expectations, as they were unsure whether it was going to be possible to continue the service, due to budgetary restrictions at the time.

    Ex: Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer propaganda

  • 15 manipular la opinión

    (v.) = manipulate + opinion
    Ex. Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.
    * * *
    (v.) = manipulate + opinion

    Ex: Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > manipular la opinión

  • 16 promover el odio

    (v.) = fuel + hatred
    Ex. Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.
    * * *
    (v.) = fuel + hatred

    Ex: Equally powerful is the capacity of words to propagandize, create distrust, fuel hatred, or manipulate peoples' opinions in support of foregone political agendas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > promover el odio

  • 17 red de suministro de documentos

    Ex. This should be an opportunity to improve the free flow of documents between countries through the interlibrary loan and document supply network.
    * * *

    Ex: This should be an opportunity to improve the free flow of documents between countries through the interlibrary loan and document supply network.

    Spanish-English dictionary > red de suministro de documentos

  • 18 unidad monetaria

    f.
    currency unit, peso, monetary unit.
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. Prices are determined in the common currenty unit of the Community (ECU), as uniform pricing between countries is fundamental to the free movement of goods.
    * * *
    * * *

    Ex: Prices are determined in the common currenty unit of the Community (ECU), as uniform pricing between countries is fundamental to the free movement of goods.

    * * *
    monetary unity

    Spanish-English dictionary > unidad monetaria

  • 19 larvado

    adj.
    larvate, larval.
    * * *
    1 (enfermedad) dormant
    * * *
    ADJ hidden, latent

    permanecer larvado — to be latent, remain dormant

    * * *
    - da adjetivo latent
    * * *
    - da adjetivo latent
    * * *
    larvado -da
    latent
    puede permanecer larvado hasta cinco años it can remain latent o dormant for up to five years
    un odio larvado entre los dos hermanos a latent o hidden hatred between the two brothers
    * * *

    larvado,-a adjetivo
    1 (odio, desprecio) concealed, latent
    2 Med (enfermedad) larvate
    ' larvado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    larvada
    * * *
    larvado, -a adj
    latent;
    un conflicto larvado a latent conflict;
    la tensión permanece larvada the tension remains just under the surface

    Spanish-English dictionary > larvado

  • 20 TLC

    m.
    NAFTA, North American Free Trade Agreement.
    * * *
    SM ABR
    = Tratado de Libre Comercio NAFTA
    * * *
    ( Com) (= Tratado de Libre Comercio) FTA
    * * *
    [en general] free trade agreement; [NAFTA] NAFTA
    TLC
    The best known TLC (“Tratado de Libre Comercio” or “Free Trade Agreement”) in the Western hemisphere is the NAFTA agreement – also known as the TLCAN (“Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte”) in Spanish – between the USA, Mexico and Canada, which came into force in January 1994. However, the number of such agreements is growing. For example, Mexico has separate agreements with the EU, Nicaragua, Chile and Israel, among others, while Chile in turn also has agreements with the EU, Korea and with the USA. There are also other regional economic organizations such as CAN (“Comunidad Andina de Naciones” or “Andean Community”) and Mercosur (“Mercado Común del Sur” or “Southern Common Market”). The economic and social effects of such agreements are likely to remain controversial, and it is not clear how they would relate to the “Área de Libre Comercio de las Américas” or ALCA (“Free Trade Area of the Americas” or FTAA), which has been proposed by the United States. This US-backed initiative would eventually lead to the economic integration of the entire hemisphere, but although negotiations have been going on for several years, ALCA has yet to be established, partly because of disagreements between countries about how to proceed, and partly because of popular opposition within countries.
    * * *
    m abr (= Tratado de Libre Comercio) NAFTA (= North American Free Trade Agreement)

    Spanish-English dictionary > TLC

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