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to some degree

  • 1 en cierto sentido

    in a sense
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    = in several respects, to some extent, in a sense, in some respects, to some degree
    Ex. This edition was found to be inadequate in several respects, and the same could be said of all editions until the eighteenth.
    Ex. To some extent, at least, any theory designed to study this process evolves from practice rather than vice versa.
    Ex. In a sense she was relieved, because, while she thought that she had acquitted herself reasonably well, she wanted next time to be better prepared.
    Ex. Even countries which have well-developed economic infrastructures may in some respects experience poverty of information, particularly in rural areas.
    Ex. All successful managers are autocratic to some degree.
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    = in several respects, to some extent, in a sense, in some respects, to some degree

    Ex: This edition was found to be inadequate in several respects, and the same could be said of all editions until the eighteenth.

    Ex: To some extent, at least, any theory designed to study this process evolves from practice rather than vice versa.
    Ex: In a sense she was relieved, because, while she thought that she had acquitted herself reasonably well, she wanted next time to be better prepared.
    Ex: Even countries which have well-developed economic infrastructures may in some respects experience poverty of information, particularly in rural areas.
    Ex: All successful managers are autocratic to some degree.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en cierto sentido

  • 2 en cierta medida

    = to some extent, to a certain extent, to some degree
    Ex. To some extent, at least, any theory designed to study this process evolves from practice rather than vice versa.
    Ex. To a certain extent librarians have found their dependence on centralised bodies irksome.
    Ex. All successful managers are autocratic to some degree.
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    = to some extent, to a certain extent, to some degree

    Ex: To some extent, at least, any theory designed to study this process evolves from practice rather than vice versa.

    Ex: To a certain extent librarians have found their dependence on centralised bodies irksome.
    Ex: All successful managers are autocratic to some degree.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en cierta medida

  • 3 en cierto modo

    in a way
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    = to some extent, after a fashion, to a certain extent, in a manner of speaking, so to speak, to some degree
    Ex. To some extent, at least, any theory designed to study this process evolves from practice rather than vice versa.
    Ex. Koenig had a flat-platen machine working after a fashion in 1811, and a prototype cylinder machine in 1812 = Koenig ya en 1811 tenía una máquina de presión plana que más o menos funcionaba y un prototipo de máquina rotativa en 1812.
    Ex. To a certain extent librarians have found their dependence on centralised bodies irksome.
    Ex. Now, let me express to you, you have, in a manner of speaking, created quite a tangled ball of yarn in this situation.
    Ex. It has long and effectively been used by many map librarians who felt that in their particular collections of maps the book and the work, so to speak, might be said to coincide, and that the considerations of authorship, editions, translations, and related works were largely negligible.
    Ex. All successful managers are autocratic to some degree.
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    = to some extent, after a fashion, to a certain extent, in a manner of speaking, so to speak, to some degree

    Ex: To some extent, at least, any theory designed to study this process evolves from practice rather than vice versa.

    Ex: Koenig had a flat-platen machine working after a fashion in 1811, and a prototype cylinder machine in 1812 = Koenig ya en 1811 tenía una máquina de presión plana que más o menos funcionaba y un prototipo de máquina rotativa en 1812.
    Ex: To a certain extent librarians have found their dependence on centralised bodies irksome.
    Ex: Now, let me express to you, you have, in a manner of speaking, created quite a tangled ball of yarn in this situation.
    Ex: It has long and effectively been used by many map librarians who felt that in their particular collections of maps the book and the work, so to speak, might be said to coincide, and that the considerations of authorship, editions, translations, and related works were largely negligible.
    Ex: All successful managers are autocratic to some degree.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en cierto modo

  • 4 que confiere cierto estatus social

    Ex. In all, it is difficult to find an activity or occupation associated with books which is not status-conferring to some degree.
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    Ex: In all, it is difficult to find an activity or occupation associated with books which is not status-conferring to some degree.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que confiere cierto estatus social

  • 5 en cierta medida

    • sort of
    • to a degree
    • to some degree

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > en cierta medida

  • 6 licenciatura

    f.
    1 degree.
    2 bachelor's degree at the university, baccalaureate, first degree.
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    1 (five year) university degree
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    noun f.
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    SF
    1) (=título) degree
    2) (=estudios) degree course, course of study (EEUU)
    3) (=ceremonia) graduation
    LICENCIATURA Until recently most Spanish degree courses lasted five years. Students would be awarded a diplomatura (general degree) if they completed three years of study, and they would get their licenciatura (honours degree) after another two years. Now, under new planes de estudio, or curricula, licenciaturas take four years. The first two years are referred to as the primer ciclo and the final two years as the segundo ciclo.
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    femenino degree
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    = master's degree, master degree, graduate level, graduate programme, graduate degree.
    Ex. Bernadine Abbott Hoduski received her bachelor's degree from St. Theresa of Avila College and her master's degree in library science from the University of Denver.
    Ex. There are more than 20 LIS schools in the Arab world and they grant diplomas, B.Sc. degrees, master degrees and Ph.D.
    Ex. Many library school students are suffering from the parochialism of this trend in education and must compensate for it at the graduate level.
    Ex. Some librarians were surveyed about the usefulness of a special graduate programme for persons planning to become prison librarians.
    Ex. The minimum professional qualifications in archaeology are a graduate degree in archaeology, anthropology, or a closely related field.
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    * curso de licenciatura = postgraduate course.
    * estudiante de licenciatura = graduate student.
    * estudios de licenciatura = graduate work.
    * Licenciatura de Ciencias = M.Sc. (Master of Science).
    * Licenciatura de Humanidades = M.Phil. (Master in Philosophy).
    * Licenciatura en Documentación = M.L.S. (Master in Library Science).
    * relativo a los estudios de licenciatura = grad (graduate), postgraduate [post-graduate].
    * * *
    femenino degree
    * * *
    = master's degree, master degree, graduate level, graduate programme, graduate degree.

    Ex: Bernadine Abbott Hoduski received her bachelor's degree from St. Theresa of Avila College and her master's degree in library science from the University of Denver.

    Ex: There are more than 20 LIS schools in the Arab world and they grant diplomas, B.Sc. degrees, master degrees and Ph.D.
    Ex: Many library school students are suffering from the parochialism of this trend in education and must compensate for it at the graduate level.
    Ex: Some librarians were surveyed about the usefulness of a special graduate programme for persons planning to become prison librarians.
    Ex: The minimum professional qualifications in archaeology are a graduate degree in archaeology, anthropology, or a closely related field.
    * curso de licenciatura = postgraduate course.
    * estudiante de licenciatura = graduate student.
    * estudios de licenciatura = graduate work.
    * Licenciatura de Ciencias = M.Sc. (Master of Science).
    * Licenciatura de Humanidades = M.Phil. (Master in Philosophy).
    * Licenciatura en Documentación = M.L.S. (Master in Library Science).
    * relativo a los estudios de licenciatura = grad (graduate), postgraduate [post-graduate].

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    licenciatura (↑ licenciatura a1)
    degree
    no terminó la licenciatura he didn't finish his degree
    hizo la licenciatura en Deusto she did o took her degree at the University of Deusto
    The name given to the first university degree. Degree courses in Spain used to last five years. Now, after the passing of the LRU - Ley de Reforma Universitaria (↑ LRU 1), degrees normally take four years. Exceptions are medicine and architecture.
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    licenciatura sustantivo femenino
    degree
    licenciatura f Univ (títulación superior) (bachelor's) degree
    (estudios superiores) degree (course)
    ' licenciatura' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bachillerato
    - filología
    English:
    degree
    - Honours degree
    - bachelor
    - honor
    - under
    * * *
    degree;
    licenciatura en económicas/derecho economics/law degree;
    licenciatura en Filosofía y Letras Bachelor of Arts (degree)
    * * *
    f EDU degree
    * * *
    1) : college degree
    2) : course of study (at a college or university)
    * * *
    licenciatura n degree

    Spanish-English dictionary > licenciatura

  • 7 superior2

    2 = better, high [higher -comp., highest -sup.], higher, pre-eminent [preeminent], superior, upper, heightened, enriched, high-end, preemptive [pre-emptive], top-tier [top tier].
    Ex. Some degree of ignorance of this kind is not unusual since the usual objective in consulting an information source is to become better informed.
    Ex. Lower specificity will be associated with lower precision but high recall.
    Ex. Relief must be secured from the laborious detailed manipulation of higher mathematics as well, if the users of it are to free their brains for something more than repetitive detailed transformations.
    Ex. Often it is this factor which is pre-eminent in a decision to provide an in-house bulletin.
    Ex. Superior cataloguing may result, since more consistency and closer adherence to standard codes are likely to emerge with cataloguers who spend all of their time cataloguing, than with a librarian who tackles cataloguing as one of various professional tasks.
    Ex. The upper and lower limits for the value are first entered.
    Ex. The heightened level of community awareness has led some local authorities to take the initiative and to become information disseminators in their own right.
    Ex. Union Catalogues may also decide that they need more enriched records because of specific needs.
    Ex. The system provides extensive map facilities which until now have been available only on high-end hypermedia systems like Intermedia.
    Ex. Coincidentally there has emerged a pre-emptive new technology for the storage, handling and transmission of information, potentially better suited to the convenience of users.
    Ex. It is much to the credit of the British government that in the current reorganisation of local government it has insisted that public libraries be controlled by the top-tier authorities, those responsible for education and other major services.
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    * biblioteca de institución de enseñanza superior = tertiary library.
    * borde superior = top edge.
    * compartimento superior = overhead bin, overhead locker.
    * contra fuerzas superiores = against (all/the) odds.
    * cubierta superior = upper deck.
    * de calidad superior = best-quality.
    * de la parte superior = topmost [top most].
    * demostrar ser superior = prove + superior.
    * de nivel superior = upper-level, higher-level.
    * de una clase social superior = above + Posesivo + class.
    * educación superior = higher education.
    * en la parte superior = at the top, uppermost, uppermost.
    * enseñanza superior = higher education, higher learning, tertiary education.
    * Espacio Europeo para la Educación Superior (EEES) = European Space for Higher Education (ESHE).
    * esquina superior derecha = upper right corner, upper right-hand corner.
    * esquina superior izquierda = top left corner, upper left corner, top left-hand corner.
    * extremidades superiores = upper extremities, upper limbs.
    * hacer superior = give + Nombre + an edge.
    * institución de enseñanza superior = tertiary institution.
    * institución de enseñanza superior no universitaria = college of higher education.
    * la parte superior izquierda de = the upper left of.
    * límite superior = upper bound.
    * madre superiora = abbess, Mother Superior.
    * mandíbula superior = maxilla [maxillae, -pl.], upper jaw.
    * margen superior = top margin.
    * maxilar superior = maxilla [maxillae, -pl.], upper jaw.
    * miembros superiores = upper extremities, upper limbs.
    * nivel superior = top layer.
    * paleolítico superior, el = Upper Palaeolithic.
    * parte superior = top, topside.
    * pensamiento de orden superior = higher-order thinking.
    * primer año de estudios superiores = freshman year.
    * quijada superior = upper jaw.
    * relativo a la enseñanza superior = tertiary.
    * ser muy superior a los demás = be way above all the others.
    * ser muy superior a los otros = be way above all the others.
    * ser superior = supreme being, higher being, superior being.
    * superior al 10 por ciento = double digit.
    * superior a los demás = a cut above the rest, a cut above.
    * término superior = top term, TT.
    * título superior = advanced degree.

    Spanish-English dictionary > superior2

  • 8 titular3

    3 = style, title, entitle, headline.
    Ex. Mathilda Panopoulos, known as 'Tilly' to her friends and colleagues but usually styled 'Tilly the Hun' or just 'the Hun' by her detractors, is a native of Pritchard.
    Ex. In the eighth edition of a work which has been variously titled throughout its long life some valuable comments were made about the functions of bibliography.
    Ex. The article is entitled '2,400-bps modems: the pros and cons of searching in the fast lane' = El artículo se titula "Los modems de 2.400 bps: los pros y los contra de la búsqueda a toda pastilla".
    Ex. Leading technology visionaries will headline this annual knowledge community event.
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    * titularse en = gain + a degree in.

    Spanish-English dictionary > titular3

  • 9 cuál máscuál menos

    some more than others, to a greater or lesser degree

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuál máscuál menos

См. также в других словарях:

  • to some degree — (also to a (certain) degree) : not completely but partly To some degree, they re right. We simplified the process to a certain degree. [=somewhat] • • • Main Entry: ↑degree …   Useful english dictionary

  • in some degree — somewhat, in some measure, to some extent …   English contemporary dictionary

  • to some degree — to a certain extent …   English contemporary dictionary

  • degree — In Sheridan s The Rivals (1775), we find the assertion Assuredly, sir, your father is wrath to a degree, meaning ‘your father is extremely cross’. The use survived in more florid English into the 20c and was accepted by Fowler (1926) ‘however… …   Modern English usage

  • some, somewhat — Some is an adjective of indefinite number (some money, some fruit). Applied adverbially in the sense of somewhat ( rather, to some degree ), some is nonstandard. Say The patient is somewhat (not some) better today. Some is informal or slangy in… …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • some — /sʌm / (say sum), weak form /səm / (say suhm) adjective 1. being an undetermined or unspecified one: some poor fellow. 2. certain (with plural nouns): some friends of mine. 3. of a certain unspecified number, amount, degree, etc.: some variation …   Australian English dictionary

  • some — /sum/; unstressed /seuhm/, adj. 1. being an undetermined or unspecified one: Some person may object. 2. (used with plural nouns) certain: Some days I stay home. 3. of a certain unspecified number, amount, degree, etc.: to some extent. 4.… …   Universalium

  • degree */*/*/ — UK [dɪˈɡriː] / US [dɪˈɡrɪ] noun Word forms degree : singular degree plural degrees 1) [countable] a unit for measuring temperature. Measurements are often expressed as a number followed by the symbol ° It will probably be a few degrees colder by… …   English dictionary

  • degree — [[t]dɪgri͟ː[/t]] ♦♦ degrees 1) N COUNT: with supp, usu N of n You use degree to indicate the extent to which something happens or is the case, or the amount which something is felt. These man made barriers will ensure a very high degree of… …   English dictionary

  • degree — de|gree [ dı gri ] noun *** 1. ) count or uncount an amount of something such as a feeling or a quality: The job requires a high degree of skill. The schools have had varying degrees of success in improving their test scores. some degree of… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Degree — (Roget s Thesaurus) >Relative quantity. < N PARAG:Degree >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 degree degree grade extent measure amount ratio stint standard height pitch Sgm: N 1 reach reach …   English dictionary for students

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