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  • 1 equivocado

    adj.
    1 wrong, erroneous, inaccurate, mistaken.
    2 misguided, lost.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: equivocar.
    * * *
    1→ link=equivocar equivocar
    1 mistaken, wrong
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) [número, dirección] wrong; [persona] mistaken, wrong

    estás equivocado — you are wrong, you are mistaken más frm

    2) [afecto, confianza] misplaced
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <dato/número/respuesta> wrong
    b) [estar] < persona> mistaken, wrong
    * * *
    = false, misconceived, misguided, wrong, wrong-headed, misplaced, misinformed, in error.
    Ex. The concept 'Senses' constitutes a false link in the chain.
    Ex. It is important that those engaged in IR should not be abused by misconceived goals based on a failure to recognize the essential properties of IR.
    Ex. We have long recognized the necessity for medical schools and law schools to lead the way in exploring new methods and new ideas -- even ones that prove to be wrong or misguided.
    Ex. In a conventional system, the omission of a punctuation mark or an abbreviation will not necessarily cause an entry to be filed in the wrong place, because humans can compensate for variations in spelling and punctuation.
    Ex. His largest group of intentional alterations consisted of 27 relatively minor emendations, mostly wrong-headed.
    Ex. Because of the nature of AIDS, much misinformation, prejudice, and misplaced fear exist both within the general public and in professional communities worldwide.
    Ex. In the 1990s damaging stereotypes and misguided caricatures persist in dominating the American public's generally misinformed view of what it means to be a librarian.
    Ex. Errors are indicated by a flashing light and the repositioning of the cursor at the item in error.
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    * aplicar un tratamiento equivocado = mistreat.
    * dar una impresión equivocada = send + the wrong signals.
    * diagnóstico equivocado = misdiagnosis [misdiagnoses, -pl.].
    * estar completamente equivocado = be way off.
    * estar equivocado = be mistaken, be wide of the mark, be wrong, be in error, miss + the mark, miss + the point, be in the wrong.
    * estar equivocado en + Número + cosas = be wrong on + Número + count(s).
    * estar totalmente equivocado = be way off.
    * no andar muy equivocado = be in the right realm.
    * número equivocado = wrong number.
    * si no estoy equivocado = if my hunch is right, if I am not mistaken.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    a) <dato/número/respuesta> wrong
    b) [estar] < persona> mistaken, wrong
    * * *
    = false, misconceived, misguided, wrong, wrong-headed, misplaced, misinformed, in error.

    Ex: The concept 'Senses' constitutes a false link in the chain.

    Ex: It is important that those engaged in IR should not be abused by misconceived goals based on a failure to recognize the essential properties of IR.
    Ex: We have long recognized the necessity for medical schools and law schools to lead the way in exploring new methods and new ideas -- even ones that prove to be wrong or misguided.
    Ex: In a conventional system, the omission of a punctuation mark or an abbreviation will not necessarily cause an entry to be filed in the wrong place, because humans can compensate for variations in spelling and punctuation.
    Ex: His largest group of intentional alterations consisted of 27 relatively minor emendations, mostly wrong-headed.
    Ex: Because of the nature of AIDS, much misinformation, prejudice, and misplaced fear exist both within the general public and in professional communities worldwide.
    Ex: In the 1990s damaging stereotypes and misguided caricatures persist in dominating the American public's generally misinformed view of what it means to be a librarian.
    Ex: Errors are indicated by a flashing light and the repositioning of the cursor at the item in error.
    * aplicar un tratamiento equivocado = mistreat.
    * dar una impresión equivocada = send + the wrong signals.
    * diagnóstico equivocado = misdiagnosis [misdiagnoses, -pl.].
    * estar completamente equivocado = be way off.
    * estar equivocado = be mistaken, be wide of the mark, be wrong, be in error, miss + the mark, miss + the point, be in the wrong.
    * estar equivocado en + Número + cosas = be wrong on + Número + count(s).
    * estar totalmente equivocado = be way off.
    * no andar muy equivocado = be in the right realm.
    * número equivocado = wrong number.
    * si no estoy equivocado = if my hunch is right, if I am not mistaken.

    * * *
    1 (erróneo, desacertado) wrong
    dio una respuesta equivocada he gave the wrong answer
    los datos estaban equivocados the information was wrong
    marqué un número equivocado I dialed the wrong number
    2 ‹persona› mistaken, wrong
    si piensas que te voy a ayudar estás muy equivocado if you think you're going to get any help from me, you're wrong o you're very much mistaken
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    Del verbo equivocar: ( conjugate equivocar)

    equivocado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    equivocado    
    equivocar
    equivocado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a)dato/número/respuesta wrong

    b) [estar] ‹ persona mistaken, wrong

    equivocar ( conjugate equivocar) verbo transitivo personato make … make a mistake, to make … go wrong
    equivocarse verbo pronominal ( cometer un error) to make a mistake;
    ( estar en un error) to be wrong o mistaken;

    me equivoqué de autobús I took the wrong bus;
    no te equivoques de fecha don't get the date wrong;
    se equivocó de camino he went the wrong way
    equivocado,-a adjetivo mistaken, wrong
    equivocar verbo transitivo
    1 (no acertar) to get wrong: equivocó el oficio, he chose the wrong profession
    2 (confundir) to mix up

    ' equivocado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    entender
    - equivocada
    - estropear
    - concepto
    - posibilidad
    English:
    grossly
    - misguided
    - misnomer
    - mistaken
    - out
    - wildly
    - wrong
    - accept
    - get
    - incorrect
    - number
    - sadly
    - show
    - surely
    * * *
    equivocado, -a adj
    1. [érroneo] wrong;
    tomó la dirección equivocada he went in the wrong direction
    2. [persona] mistaken;
    estás completamente equivocado you're completely mistaken;
    si crees que aquí se acaba todo, estás pero que muy equivocado if you think that's the end of it, you are very much mistaken
    * * *
    adj wrong;
    estar equivocado be wrong, be mistaken
    * * *
    equivocado, -da adj
    : mistaken, wrong
    * * *
    equivocado adj wrong

    Spanish-English dictionary > equivocado

  • 2 estar equivocado

    v.
    to be wrong, to be mistaken, to be in the wrong, to be all wet.
    * * *
    (v.) = be mistaken, be wide of the mark, be wrong, be in error, miss + the mark, be in the wrong
    Ex. If I'm not mistaken the military decided some time ago that IQ tests were a poor predictor of leadership qualities.
    Ex. Your answer is wide of the mark.
    Ex. He began swearing and saying 'I don't know what you're on about, whatever we do, it's wrong!' and of course I answered his nastiness back.
    Ex. If the information supplied is in error to such an extent that the client suffers demonstrable harm, then legal action for redress is available = Si la información suministrada es errónea hasta el punto de que el usuario sufra daños demonstrables, existe la posibilidad de entablar un juicio para buscar compensación.
    Ex. Such considerations suggest that exhortations directed at SLIS to transform their curricula in unspecified radical fashion miss the mark.
    Ex. When they do this I always drive even more slowly and then they have the cheek to shout at me like I'm the one in the wrong.
    * * *
    (v.) = be mistaken, be wide of the mark, be wrong, be in error, miss + the mark, be in the wrong

    Ex: If I'm not mistaken the military decided some time ago that IQ tests were a poor predictor of leadership qualities.

    Ex: Your answer is wide of the mark.
    Ex: He began swearing and saying 'I don't know what you're on about, whatever we do, it's wrong!' and of course I answered his nastiness back.
    Ex: If the information supplied is in error to such an extent that the client suffers demonstrable harm, then legal action for redress is available = Si la información suministrada es errónea hasta el punto de que el usuario sufra daños demonstrables, existe la posibilidad de entablar un juicio para buscar compensación.
    Ex: Such considerations suggest that exhortations directed at SLIS to transform their curricula in unspecified radical fashion miss the mark.
    Ex: When they do this I always drive even more slowly and then they have the cheek to shout at me like I'm the one in the wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar equivocado

  • 3 marrar

    v.
    1 to deviate from truth or justice.
    2 to turn out badly, to miss.
    * * *
    1 to miss
    1 to go wrong, fail
    * * *
    1.
    VT

    marrar el tiro/golpe — to miss

    2. VI
    1) [disparo] to miss
    2) [comentario] to miss the mark; [plan] to fail, go wrong
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to miss
    2.
    marrar vi to go wrong, fail
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo to miss
    2.
    marrar vi to go wrong, fail
    * * *
    marrar [A1 ]
    vt
    to miss
    ■ marrar
    vi
    to go wrong, fail
    * * *
    vt
    [disparo] to miss;
    el delantero marró el gol the forward failed to convert the chance
    vi
    1. [fallar] to fail;
    [disparo] to miss
    2. [desviarse] to go astray o wrong
    * * *
    v/t tiro, golpe miss
    * * *
    marrar vt
    : to miss (a target)
    marrar vi
    : to fail, to go wrong

    Spanish-English dictionary > marrar

  • 4 hacerlo mal

    (v.) = get + it + (all) wrong
    Ex. There are risks in assuming that the enquirer has got it all wrong.
    * * *
    (v.) = get + it + (all) wrong

    Ex: There are risks in assuming that the enquirer has got it all wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacerlo mal

  • 5 ir mal

    v.
    1 to be doing bad, to be doing poorly, to do poorly.
    Nos va mal We are doing bad.
    2 to be doing bad in, to be doing bad in one's.
    Me va mal el negocio I am doing bad in business...
    3 to be not working for, to be working bad for.
    Me va mal el negocio Business is working bad for me...
    * * *
    (v.) = go + wrong
    Ex. Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + wrong

    Ex: Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir mal

  • 6 salir horriblemente mal

    (v.) = go + horribly wrong
    Ex. Krissi said that it would be ready this week unless 'everything goes horribly wrong'.
    * * *
    (v.) = go + horribly wrong

    Ex: Krissi said that it would be ready this week unless 'everything goes horribly wrong'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salir horriblemente mal

  • 7 a precio de coste

    at cost price
    * * *
    = at cost price, at cost
    Ex. The library of the Universiy of the Pacific, California, offers on-line searching facilities to faculty and students at cost price.
    Ex. That the only approved treatment for a fatal infection is apparently not being offered at cost seems to me morally wrong.
    * * *
    = at cost price, at cost

    Ex: The library of the Universiy of the Pacific, California, offers on-line searching facilities to faculty and students at cost price.

    Ex: That the only approved treatment for a fatal infection is apparently not being offered at cost seems to me morally wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a precio de coste

  • 8 a precio de costo

    = at cost price, at cost
    Ex. The library of the Universiy of the Pacific, California, offers on-line searching facilities to faculty and students at cost price.
    Ex. That the only approved treatment for a fatal infection is apparently not being offered at cost seems to me morally wrong.
    * * *
    = at cost price, at cost

    Ex: The library of the Universiy of the Pacific, California, offers on-line searching facilities to faculty and students at cost price.

    Ex: That the only approved treatment for a fatal infection is apparently not being offered at cost seems to me morally wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a precio de costo

  • 9 acertar con

    v.
    to come upon, to come across, to find.
    * * *
    (v.) = put + Posesivo + finger on
    Ex. She was worried about the project, but couldn't put her finger on what was wrong.
    * * *
    (v.) = put + Posesivo + finger on

    Ex: She was worried about the project, but couldn't put her finger on what was wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > acertar con

  • 10 atinar con

    v.
    to hit upon.
    * * *
    (v.) = put + Posesivo + finger on
    Ex. She was worried about the project, but couldn't put her finger on what was wrong.
    * * *
    (v.) = put + Posesivo + finger on

    Ex: She was worried about the project, but couldn't put her finger on what was wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > atinar con

  • 11 atreverse a

    v.
    1 to dare to, to presume to, to dare, to make bold to.
    María se atrevió a hablar Mary dared to speak out.
    2 to pluck up the courage to.
    Ricardo se atrevió a defenderla Richard plucked up the courage to defend her.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + the nerve(s) to, have + the cheek to
    Ex. And then, to rub salt in the wound, Adobe had the nerves to sent me an automated email announcing that the issue was fixed.
    Ex. When they do this I always drive even more slowly and then they have the cheek to shout at me like I'm the one in the wrong.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + the nerve(s) to, have + the cheek to

    Ex: And then, to rub salt in the wound, Adobe had the nerves to sent me an automated email announcing that the issue was fixed.

    Ex: When they do this I always drive even more slowly and then they have the cheek to shout at me like I'm the one in the wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > atreverse a

  • 12 buen tirador

    m.
    sharpshooter, marksman.
    * * *
    (n.) = good shot
    Ex. They see people as marked by one particular attribute, cleverness, or kindness, or strictness, or being a good shot, and they mind whether things are right or wrong.
    * * *
    (n.) = good shot

    Ex: They see people as marked by one particular attribute, cleverness, or kindness, or strictness, or being a good shot, and they mind whether things are right or wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buen tirador

  • 13 lo que está bien y lo que está mal

    Ex. There are those who try to pressure librarians into only buying books that depict the traditional roles of men and women and that show absolute values of right and wrong.
    * * *

    Ex: There are those who try to pressure librarians into only buying books that depict the traditional roles of men and women and that show absolute values of right and wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lo que está bien y lo que está mal

  • 14 lo que hay que hacer y lo que hay que evitar

    = do's and don'ts, rights and wrongs
    Ex. The author suggests some do's and don'ts for publishers.
    Ex. There are those who try to pressure librarians into only buying books that depict the traditional roles of men and women and that show absolute values of right and wrong.
    * * *
    = do's and don'ts, rights and wrongs

    Ex: The author suggests some do's and don'ts for publishers.

    Ex: There are those who try to pressure librarians into only buying books that depict the traditional roles of men and women and that show absolute values of right and wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lo que hay que hacer y lo que hay que evitar

  • 15 número de fascículo

    (n.) = issue number
    Ex. Volume and issue numbers are frequently wrong.
    * * *

    Ex: Volume and issue numbers are frequently wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > número de fascículo

  • 16 número de volumen

    Ex. Volume and issue numbers are frequently wrong.
    * * *

    Ex: Volume and issue numbers are frequently wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > número de volumen

  • 17 procedimiento de conexión

    Ex. Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.
    * * *

    Ex: Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > procedimiento de conexión

  • 18 procedimiento de desconexión

    Ex. Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/ logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.
    * * *

    Ex: Areas of particular concern are: equipment set-up and use; helping develop search strategies, logon/ logoff procedures; and emergency assistance when things go wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > procedimiento de desconexión

  • 19 recomendaciones

    = do's and don'ts, rights and wrongs
    Ex. The author suggests some do's and don'ts for publishers.
    Ex. There are those who try to pressure librarians into only buying books that depict the traditional roles of men and women and that show absolute values of right and wrong.
    * * *
    = do's and don'ts, rights and wrongs

    Ex: The author suggests some do's and don'ts for publishers.

    Ex: There are those who try to pressure librarians into only buying books that depict the traditional roles of men and women and that show absolute values of right and wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > recomendaciones

  • 20 repetibilidad

    f.
    repeatability.
    * * *
    Ex. The lack of repeatability we observed should not be taken as evidence that the published analyses are wrong.
    * * *

    Ex: The lack of repeatability we observed should not be taken as evidence that the published analyses are wrong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > repetibilidad

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