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  • 921 natillas

    f.pl.
    custard. (peninsular Spanish)
    * * *
    1 custard sing
    * * *
    SFPL Esp custard sing
    * * *
    femenino plural custard
    * * *
    Ex. Products for the domestic market include milk, cream, custard, desserts, milk shakes and ice cream.
    ----
    * natillas en polvo = custard powder.
    * * *
    femenino plural custard
    * * *

    Ex: Products for the domestic market include milk, cream, custard, desserts, milk shakes and ice cream.

    * natillas en polvo = custard powder.

    * * *
    custard
    * * *

    natillas sustantivo femenino plural
    custard
    natillas fpl Culin custard sing
    ' natillas' also found in these entries:
    English:
    custard
    - custard powder
    * * *
    natillas nfpl
    Esp [dulce cremoso] custard
    * * *
    fpl custard sg
    * * *
    natillas nfpl
    : custard
    * * *
    natillas npl custard

    Spanish-English dictionary > natillas

  • 922 navegación a vela

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    (n.) = yachting, sailing
    Ex. In sport too authors' names can be important and so one finds instruction books on everything from archery to yachting being prepared for the mass market with authors who are popular household names on the cover.
    Ex. Some people read Homer in the original, some build boats and read about sailing = Lo mismo que algunas personas leen a Homero en su versión original, otros construyen barcos y leen sobre navegación.
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = yachting, sailing

    Ex: In sport too authors' names can be important and so one finds instruction books on everything from archery to yachting being prepared for the mass market with authors who are popular household names on the cover.

    Ex: Some people read Homer in the original, some build boats and read about sailing = Lo mismo que algunas personas leen a Homero en su versión original, otros construyen barcos y leen sobre navegación.

    * * *
    sailing

    Spanish-English dictionary > navegación a vela

  • 923 negra

    f.
    1 crotchet (British), quarter note (United States) (Music).
    2 quarter note, black note, crochet, crotchet.
    3 black woman, Negro woman, negress.
    * * *
    1 MÚSICA crotchet, US quarter note
    * * *
    1. f., (m. - negro) 2. f., (m. - negro)
    * * *
    SF
    1) (Mús) crotchet, quarter note (EEUU)
    2) (=mala suerte) bad luck

    tener la negra — to be out of luck, be having a run of bad luck

    negro
    3) (Ajedrez) black piece
    4) CAm black mark
    * * *
    1) (Mús) crotchet

    tener la negra — (fam) to be out of luck

    * * *
    = black woman, coloured woman.
    Ex. The results indicate that black women see their main information problem areas as health, money and education.
    Ex. He looked up and saw two figures cutting across the field, a colored man and woman, each carrying a bottle.
    ----
    * mujer negra = coloured woman, black woman.
    * * *
    1) (Mús) crotchet

    tener la negra — (fam) to be out of luck

    * * *
    = black woman, coloured woman.

    Ex: The results indicate that black women see their main information problem areas as health, money and education.

    Ex: He looked up and saw two figures cutting across the field, a colored man and woman, each carrying a bottle.
    * mujer negra = coloured woman, black woman.

    * * *
    A ( Mús) crotchet
    B
    (en ajedrez): las negras the black pieces, black
    C
    (mala suerte): tener la negra ( fam); to be out of luck
    * * *

    negra sustantivo femenino
    a) (Mús) crotchet

    b) ( en ajedrez):


    negro,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 black
    (bronceado) suntanned
    pan negro, brown bread
    (oscuro) estaba negro como boca de lobo, it was pitch-black
    2 (muy sucio) filthy, black
    3 (suerte, situación) awful
    un día negro, a black day
    (lóbrego, triste) gloomy
    4 (furioso) furious: ese ruido me pone negra, that noise drives me up the wall
    5 (raza, música) black
    6 (no legalizado) mercado negro, black market
    II m,f (hombre) black man
    (mujer) black woman
    III sustantivo masculino
    1 (color) black
    siempre viste de negro, she always dresses in black
    2 (tabaco) black tobacco
    3 (escritor anónimo) ghostwriter
    IV sustantivo femenino
    1 Mús crotchet, US quarter note
    2 (mala suerte) la negra, bad luck
    ♦ Locuciones: tener la negra, to be very unlucky: últimamente mi hermana tiene la negra, my sister's been having a run of bad luck recently
    vérselas negras para hacer algo, to have a tough time doing sthg
    ' negra' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    bestia
    - grosella
    - lista
    - magia
    - negro
    - novela
    - oveja
    - pimienta
    - caja
    - cerveza
    - cinta
    - espinilla
    - gallinazo
    - marea
    - moreno
    - peste
    - selva
    - uva
    English:
    ale
    - black
    - blackcurrant
    - blacklist
    - pepper
    - quarter note
    - slick
    - stout
    - uncommon
    - community
    - crotchet
    - flight
    - hit
    - oil
    - quarter
    - with
    * * *
    negra nf
    1. Mús Br crotchet, US quarter note
    2. [en ajedrez, damas] black (piece);
    las negras tienen ventaja black is winning
    3. Comp
    tener la negra to have bad luck;
    se las va a ver negras para llegar a fin de mes he'll have a hard job to get to the end of the month
    * * *
    f
    1 black woman
    2 MÚS quarter note, Br
    crotchet
    3 L.Am. ( querida) honey, dear
    4
    :
    tener la negra fam be out of luck

    Spanish-English dictionary > negra

  • 924 negro2

    2 = black [blacker -comp., blackest -sup.].
    Ex. Thoughts of this sort kept running about like clockwork mice in his head, while the murmur of chatter filled the room and outside dusk had yielded to black night.
    ----
    * aguas negras = waste water [wastewater], sewage, sewerage.
    * bestia negra = bête noire.
    * blanco y negro = black & white.
    * caja negra = flight recorder.
    * caja negra, la = black box, the.
    * comedia de humor negro = black comedy.
    * de pelo negro = dark-haired.
    * dinero negro = undeclared income, grey money [gray money], black money.
    * en blanco y negro = b&w (black and white).
    * espino negro = blackthorn, blackthorn tree.
    * espiritual negro = spiritual.
    * hacérselas pasar negras a Alguien = have + Nombre + jump through the hoops.
    * hielo negro = black ice.
    * lengua negra = hairy tongue.
    * lingua negra = lingua negra.
    * mano negra = schemer.
    * marea negra = oil slick.
    * Mar Negro = Black Sea.
    * martes negro = Black Tuesday.
    * mercado negro = black market.
    * minoría negra = black minority.
    * mosca negra = black fly.
    * muñeco negro de trapo = golly, gollywog.
    * música espiritual negra = gospel music.
    * negro como boca de lobo = pitch-black.
    * negro como el azabache = pitch-black, pitch-dark.
    * negro como el carbón = pitch-black, pitch-dark.
    * negro como el tizón = pitch-black, pitch-dark.
    * negro de humo = lampblack.
    * negro rojizo = reddish black.
    * negro sobre fondo blanco = black on white.
    * novela negra = crime fiction, crime novel.
    * oso negro = black bear.
    * oso negro americano = black bear.
    * oveja negra de la familia, la = black sheep of the family, the.
    * pasarlas negras = jump through + hoops, have + a devil of a time.
    * peste negra, la = Black Death, the.
    * punto negro = blackhead.
    * ser de raza negra o de piel morena = be coloured.
    * vérselas negras = jump through + hoops, have + Posesivo + work cut out for + Pronombre, have + Posesivo + job cut out for + Pronombre, have + a devil of a time.
    * verse negro = have + Posesivo + work cut out for + Pronombre, have + Posesivo + job cut out for + Pronombre.

    Spanish-English dictionary > negro2

  • 925 neoliberal

    adj.
    neoliberal.
    f. & m.
    neoliberal, neo-liberal, neo-liberalist, neoliberalist.
    * * *
    = neo-liberal [neo liberal].
    Ex. Mechanisms chosen to achieve the policy goals follow 2 distinct approaches: a neo-liberal, market led, Western model; and a dirigiste, interventionist, East Asian model = Los mecanismos escogidos para conseguir los objetivos políticos siguen dos enfoques distintos: un modelo occidental neoliberal mercantilista y un modelo del este asiático intervencionista.
    * * *
    = neo-liberal [neo liberal].

    Ex: Mechanisms chosen to achieve the policy goals follow 2 distinct approaches: a neo-liberal, market led, Western model; and a dirigiste, interventionist, East Asian model = Los mecanismos escogidos para conseguir los objetivos políticos siguen dos enfoques distintos: un modelo occidental neoliberal mercantilista y un modelo del este asiático intervencionista.

    * * *
    adj/mf
    neoliberal
    * * *
    adj
    neoliberal
    nmf
    neoliberal

    Spanish-English dictionary > neoliberal

  • 926 nicho

    m.
    1 niche.
    2 recessed tomb, wall tomb.
    * * *
    1 (funerario) wall tomb
    \
    * * *
    SM [gen] niche; (=receso) recess
    * * *
    * * *
    = niche, alcove.
    Ex. Under the author each work has a particular niche where all the editions translations, and related works are listed together.
    Ex. Our news service is delivered by a large-screen television that broadcasts continuous cable news in a special alcove adjacent to the library's current periodicals and reference areas.
    * * *
    * * *
    = niche, alcove.

    Ex: Under the author each work has a particular niche where all the editions translations, and related works are listed together.

    Ex: Our news service is delivered by a large-screen television that broadcasts continuous cable news in a special alcove adjacent to the library's current periodicals and reference areas.

    * * *
    1 (hornacina) niche
    3 (en un mercado, sistema) niche
    Compuesto:
    niche
    * * *

    nicho sustantivo masculino (Arquit) niche;
    ( en cementerio) deep recess in a wall used as a tomb
    nicho sustantivo masculino niche
    ' nicho' also found in these entries:
    English:
    niche
    * * *
    nicho nm
    1. [hueco] niche
    nicho de mercado niche (market)
    2. [en cementerio] niche [for coffin]
    3. nicho biológico biological niche, niche;
    nicho ecológico ecological niche
    * * *
    m niche
    * * *
    nicho nm
    : niche

    Spanish-English dictionary > nicho

  • 927 nivel de ingresos

    (n.) = income level, earning capacity, earning power
    Ex. User studies in America have revealed over and over that education and income levels correlate with library use.
    Ex. A person with good earning capacity and listening capacity and understanding capacity is called successfull person.
    Ex. However, women's lack of substantial earning power in the labour market, accounts for much of the poverty endured by single-parent families headed by women.
    * * *
    (n.) = income level, earning capacity, earning power

    Ex: User studies in America have revealed over and over that education and income levels correlate with library use.

    Ex: A person with good earning capacity and listening capacity and understanding capacity is called successfull person.
    Ex: However, women's lack of substantial earning power in the labour market, accounts for much of the poverty endured by single-parent families headed by women.

    Spanish-English dictionary > nivel de ingresos

  • 928 no acercarse a

    (v.) = steer + clear of, stay away from, give + Nombre + a wide berth, steer away from
    Ex. This entire target market has steered clear of the public library.
    Ex. This, again, is an area most libraries -- at least the ones I'm familiar with -- have tended to stay away from.
    Ex. Under the new law, motorists must give 'a wide berth' to stationary emergency vehicles displaying blue, red, or amber emergency warning lights.
    Ex. This article gives guidance for steering away from some of the more obvious pitfalls when buying software.
    * * *
    (v.) = steer + clear of, stay away from, give + Nombre + a wide berth, steer away from

    Ex: This entire target market has steered clear of the public library.

    Ex: This, again, is an area most libraries -- at least the ones I'm familiar with -- have tended to stay away from.
    Ex: Under the new law, motorists must give 'a wide berth' to stationary emergency vehicles displaying blue, red, or amber emergency warning lights.
    Ex: This article gives guidance for steering away from some of the more obvious pitfalls when buying software.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no acercarse a

  • 929 no pretender ser

    (v.) = make + no claim to
    Ex. The last of these are the ones most directly aimed at a market, they make no claims to scholarship, only to helping students to pass examinations with the minimum amount of effort.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + no claim to

    Ex: The last of these are the ones most directly aimed at a market, they make no claims to scholarship, only to helping students to pass examinations with the minimum amount of effort.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no pretender ser

  • 930 no tradicional

    (adj.) = non-traditional [nontraditional], untraditional
    Ex. Fee-for-service programmes can target non-traditional market segments such as pharmaceutical companies, lawyers, and manufacturing firms who regularly need and willingly pay a premium price for perishable medical information.
    Ex. Despite economic cuts, the impression American library workers give is one of optimism and desire to try untraditional ways of solving economic problems.
    * * *
    (adj.) = non-traditional [nontraditional], untraditional

    Ex: Fee-for-service programmes can target non-traditional market segments such as pharmaceutical companies, lawyers, and manufacturing firms who regularly need and willingly pay a premium price for perishable medical information.

    Ex: Despite economic cuts, the impression American library workers give is one of optimism and desire to try untraditional ways of solving economic problems.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no tradicional

  • 931 no verse comprometido por

    Ex. The national library must ensure that its long term aims are uncompromised by short term market considerations.
    * * *

    Ex: The national library must ensure that its long term aims are uncompromised by short term market considerations.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no verse comprometido por

  • 932 no verse en peligro

    Ex. The national library must ensure that its long term aims are uncompromised by short term market considerations.
    * * *

    Ex: The national library must ensure that its long term aims are uncompromised by short term market considerations.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no verse en peligro

  • 933 norma técnica

    f.
    technical standard.
    * * *
    Ex. Harmonization of technical standards is one of the Community's principal goals in creating a common market devoid of obstructions to the free movement of goods.
    * * *

    Ex: Harmonization of technical standards is one of the Community's principal goals in creating a common market devoid of obstructions to the free movement of goods.

    Spanish-English dictionary > norma técnica

  • 934 normal

    adj.
    normal.
    lleva una vida normal she leads a fairly normal o ordinary life
    este hermano tuyo no es normal there must be something wrong with that brother of yours
    es normal que estés cansado it's hardly surprising that you're tired
    normal y corriente run-of-the-mill
    es una persona normal y corriente he's a perfectly ordinary person
    * * *
    1 (corriente, habitual) normal, usual, average; (lógico) normal, natural
    1 (escuela) teacher training college
    2 (gasolina) two-star petrol, US regular gasoline
    3 (en geometría) perpendicular, normal
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=usual) normal

    -¿es guapo? -no, normal y corriente — "is he handsome?" - "no, just ordinary"

    2) [gasolina] three-star, regular (EEUU)
    3) (Téc) standard; (Mat, Quím) normal
    4)

    Escuela Normal esp LAm teacher training college

    * * *
    I
    a) (común, usual) normal

    no es normal que haga tanto fríoit's unusual o it isn't normal for it to be so cold

    b) ( sin graves defectos) normal

    esa chica no es normal — (fam) there's something wrong with that girl (colloq)

    II
    adverbio (fam) normally
    III
    a) ( escuela)
    b) ( gasolina) regular gas (AmE), two-star petrol (BrE)
    * * *
    = average, commonplace, common [commoner -comp., commonest -sup.], normal, ordinary, run-of-the-mill, standard, usual, middle-of-the-range, unsophisticated, line + Profesión, received, regular, commonly seen, indistinctive.
    Ex. The average family does have very real information needs, even though these may not be immediately recognized as such.
    Ex. Microfilm and microfiche formats are now commonplace in most libraries.
    Ex. When the cataloguer turns to the description of a piece of music a common problem will be the absence of a title page to be used as the chief source of information.
    Ex. It is normal to make added entries in respect of important editors.
    Ex. Control is exercised over which terms are used, but otherwise the terms are ordinary words.
    Ex. Guides are almost always worth thinking of as the first type of bibliography to search when it is a quick check of run-of-the-mill bibliographical facts which is required.
    Ex. Photographs are normally kept in drawers of standard filing cabinets, with folders or pockets, or both.
    Ex. It had three novel features: relative location, instead of the more usual fixed location.
    Ex. In effect, the book started its life rather more as a light entertainment middle-of-the-range hardback autobiography but popular acclaim turned it into a huge mass-market paperback success.
    Ex. Here is a clear indication of the extent, during the eighteenth century, to which the unsophisticated reader lagged behind his middle class compatriots = Aquí tenemos una clara indicación del grado en el que, durante el siglo dieciocho, el lector normal iba por detrás de sus compatriotas de clase media.
    Ex. In larger libraries, line librarians are also likely to be MLS graduates.
    Ex. It was interesting, in view of the received opinion that 'We don't have many problems round here'.
    Ex. The article 'Filtering software: regular or decaf?' explains that most vendors define filtering software as that which blocks, filters, or monitors Internet use.
    Ex. This typology divides humor comics into commonly seen subject areas, such as teen, kiddie, horror, military, and so on = Esta tipología divide los comics de humor en áreas temáticas conocidas como adolescentes, infantil, terror, militar, etc.
    Ex. This research suggests that people are threatened by categorizations that portray them as too distinctive or too indistinctive.
    ----
    * agua normal = still water.
    * a su precio normal = at full price.
    * ciudadano normal = ordinary citizen, member of the public.
    * como algo normal = as a matter of course.
    * como es normal = as always.
    * convertirse en algo normal = become + standard practice.
    * convertirse en + Nombre + normal = become + standard + Nombre.
    * de extensión normal = standard-length.
    * de la manera normal = in the normal manner.
    * de tamaño normal = full-sized, ordinary sized.
    * día normal = ordinary day.
    * en circunstancias normales = in the course of events, during the course of events, under normal circumstances, in the normal run of things, in the normal run of events.
    * en el curso normal de = in the mainstream of.
    * en el curso normal de las cosas = in the normal run of things, in the normal run of events.
    * en el curso normal de los acontecimientos = in the normal run of events, in the normal run of things.
    * en el transcurso normal de + Posesivo + vida(s) = in the normal course of + Posesivo + life/lives.
    * en situaciones normales = under normal circumstances.
    * fuera del horario normal = out of hours, at odd times.
    * fuera de lo normal = abnormally + Adjetivo, with a difference, unordinary, out of the ordinary.
    * gente normal = ordinary men and women, straight people.
    * gente normal, la = ordinary people, hoi polloi, the.
    * lejía normal = household bleach.
    * lenguaje normal = plain language.
    * letra normal = light type, light face type.
    * lo normal + ser + que = there + be + a tendency (to/for).
    * material de tamaño mayor de lo normal = outsize material.
    * normal, lo = standard practice, the, the normal run of.
    * normal y corriente = unremarkable.
    * parto normal = vaginal delivery.
    * permanecer normal = remain + normal.
    * persona normales = ordinary person.
    * poco normal = unnatural, unordinary, out of the ordinary.
    * por debajo de lo normal = below-normal.
    * por debajo del peso normal = underweight.
    * precio normal = full price.
    * prensa normal, la = broadsheet press, the.
    * sábana normal = flat sheet.
    * seguir con + Posesivo + vida normal = get on with + Posesivo + life.
    * ser algo normal = be a fact of life, become + a common feature, be a part of life.
    * ser lo normal = be the order of the day.
    * ser normal = be the case (with).
    * trabajar a horas fuera de lo normal = work + unsocial hours.
    * un día normal = on a typical day.
    * volver a la vida normal = get (back) into + the swings of things.
    * * *
    I
    a) (común, usual) normal

    no es normal que haga tanto fríoit's unusual o it isn't normal for it to be so cold

    b) ( sin graves defectos) normal

    esa chica no es normal — (fam) there's something wrong with that girl (colloq)

    II
    adverbio (fam) normally
    III
    a) ( escuela)
    b) ( gasolina) regular gas (AmE), two-star petrol (BrE)
    * * *
    = average, commonplace, common [commoner -comp., commonest -sup.], normal, ordinary, run-of-the-mill, standard, usual, middle-of-the-range, unsophisticated, line + Profesión, received, regular, commonly seen, indistinctive.

    Ex: The average family does have very real information needs, even though these may not be immediately recognized as such.

    Ex: Microfilm and microfiche formats are now commonplace in most libraries.
    Ex: When the cataloguer turns to the description of a piece of music a common problem will be the absence of a title page to be used as the chief source of information.
    Ex: It is normal to make added entries in respect of important editors.
    Ex: Control is exercised over which terms are used, but otherwise the terms are ordinary words.
    Ex: Guides are almost always worth thinking of as the first type of bibliography to search when it is a quick check of run-of-the-mill bibliographical facts which is required.
    Ex: Photographs are normally kept in drawers of standard filing cabinets, with folders or pockets, or both.
    Ex: It had three novel features: relative location, instead of the more usual fixed location.
    Ex: In effect, the book started its life rather more as a light entertainment middle-of-the-range hardback autobiography but popular acclaim turned it into a huge mass-market paperback success.
    Ex: Here is a clear indication of the extent, during the eighteenth century, to which the unsophisticated reader lagged behind his middle class compatriots = Aquí tenemos una clara indicación del grado en el que, durante el siglo dieciocho, el lector normal iba por detrás de sus compatriotas de clase media.
    Ex: In larger libraries, line librarians are also likely to be MLS graduates.
    Ex: It was interesting, in view of the received opinion that 'We don't have many problems round here'.
    Ex: The article 'Filtering software: regular or decaf?' explains that most vendors define filtering software as that which blocks, filters, or monitors Internet use.
    Ex: This typology divides humor comics into commonly seen subject areas, such as teen, kiddie, horror, military, and so on = Esta tipología divide los comics de humor en áreas temáticas conocidas como adolescentes, infantil, terror, militar, etc.
    Ex: This research suggests that people are threatened by categorizations that portray them as too distinctive or too indistinctive.
    * agua normal = still water.
    * a su precio normal = at full price.
    * ciudadano normal = ordinary citizen, member of the public.
    * como algo normal = as a matter of course.
    * como es normal = as always.
    * convertirse en algo normal = become + standard practice.
    * convertirse en + Nombre + normal = become + standard + Nombre.
    * de extensión normal = standard-length.
    * de la manera normal = in the normal manner.
    * de tamaño normal = full-sized, ordinary sized.
    * día normal = ordinary day.
    * en circunstancias normales = in the course of events, during the course of events, under normal circumstances, in the normal run of things, in the normal run of events.
    * en el curso normal de = in the mainstream of.
    * en el curso normal de las cosas = in the normal run of things, in the normal run of events.
    * en el curso normal de los acontecimientos = in the normal run of events, in the normal run of things.
    * en el transcurso normal de + Posesivo + vida(s) = in the normal course of + Posesivo + life/lives.
    * en situaciones normales = under normal circumstances.
    * fuera del horario normal = out of hours, at odd times.
    * fuera de lo normal = abnormally + Adjetivo, with a difference, unordinary, out of the ordinary.
    * gente normal = ordinary men and women, straight people.
    * gente normal, la = ordinary people, hoi polloi, the.
    * lejía normal = household bleach.
    * lenguaje normal = plain language.
    * letra normal = light type, light face type.
    * lo normal + ser + que = there + be + a tendency (to/for).
    * material de tamaño mayor de lo normal = outsize material.
    * normal, lo = standard practice, the, the normal run of.
    * normal y corriente = unremarkable.
    * parto normal = vaginal delivery.
    * permanecer normal = remain + normal.
    * persona normales = ordinary person.
    * poco normal = unnatural, unordinary, out of the ordinary.
    * por debajo de lo normal = below-normal.
    * por debajo del peso normal = underweight.
    * precio normal = full price.
    * prensa normal, la = broadsheet press, the.
    * sábana normal = flat sheet.
    * seguir con + Posesivo + vida normal = get on with + Posesivo + life.
    * ser algo normal = be a fact of life, become + a common feature, be a part of life.
    * ser lo normal = be the order of the day.
    * ser normal = be the case (with).
    * trabajar a horas fuera de lo normal = work + unsocial hours.
    * un día normal = on a typical day.
    * volver a la vida normal = get (back) into + the swings of things.

    * * *
    A
    1 (común, usual) normal
    no es normal que siempre estén discutiendo it isn't normal the way they argue all the time
    es una situación muy normal hoy en día it's a very common situation nowadays
    no es normal que haga tanto frío en octubre it's unusual o it isn't normal for it to be so cold in October
    me parece lo más normal del mundo to me it seems the most normal o natural thing in the world
    inteligencia superior a la normal above-average intelligence
    es una chica normalita she's nothing out of the ordinary
    normal y corriente ‹mujer/chico› ordinary;
    ‹jugador› ordinary, run-of-the-mill; ‹libro/vestido› ordinary
    el miedo de una embarazada a que la criatura no sea normal a pregnant woman's fear that her baby will be abnormal
    esa chica no es normal ( fam); there's something wrong with that girl ( colloq)
    B (en geometría) perpendicular, normal
    ( fam); normally
    habla/anda normal he talks/walks quite normally
    cocina normal as a cook she's about average, she cooks averagely well
    A (en geometría) perpendicular, normal
    B
    (escuela): la N normal teacher training college
    C (gasolina) regular grade gasoline ( AmE), regular gas ( AmE), two-star petrol ( BrE)
    * * *

     

    normal adjetivo
    normal;

    hoy en día es muy normal it's very common nowadays;
    no es normal que haga tanto frío it's unusual o it isn't normal for it to be so cold;
    superior a lo normal above-average;
    normal y corriente ordinary
    ■ sustantivo femenino
    a) ( escuela):



    normal adjetivo
    1 normal, usual: no es normal que llueva tanto, it's unusual for it to rain so much
    2 Geom perpendicular
    ' normal' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    conchabarse
    - contrapelo
    - cualquier
    - deterioro
    - extemporánea
    - extemporáneo
    - fenomenal
    - frecuente
    - gasolina
    - larga
    - largo
    - mestizaje
    - natural
    - normalizar
    - normalizarse
    - residencia
    - retener
    - usual
    - cauce
    - común
    - corriente
    - debajo
    - lógico
    - mundo
    - normalidad
    - ordinario
    - seguir
    - top-less
    English:
    bed
    - below
    - dare
    - deviation
    - diet
    - excuse
    - fuck
    - general
    - high
    - late
    - must
    - natural
    - need
    - norm
    - normal
    - ordinary
    - outside
    - par
    - procedure
    - regular
    - saint
    - self
    - shall
    - should
    - standard
    - still
    - two-star petrol
    - unexceptional
    - usual
    - average
    - class
    - common
    - course
    - early
    - herself
    - himself
    - long
    - myself
    - pattern
    - run
    - subnormal
    - teacher
    - themselves
    - under
    - unnatural
    - unusual
    - yourself
    - yourselves
    * * *
    adj
    1. [natural, regular] normal;
    lleva una vida normal she leads a fairly normal o ordinary life;
    el paciente tiene una temperatura/un pulso normal the patient's temperature/pulse is normal;
    cuando se lo dije se enfadó mucho – ¡normal! he was really cross when I told him – that's hardly surprising!;
    este hermano tuyo no es normal there must be something wrong with that brother of yours;
    es normal que estés cansado it's hardly surprising that you're tired;
    no es normal que llore por una tontería así it's not normal for him to cry over a silly thing like that;
    contiene todo lo que un usuario normal y corriente necesita it contains everything the average user needs;
    es una persona normal y corriente he's a perfectly ordinary person
    2. [gasolina] Br three-star, US regular
    3. Mat perpendicular
    nf
    [gasolina] Br three-star petrol, US regular gasoline
    adv
    Fam normally;
    me cuesta mucho caminar normal I find it really hard to walk normally
    * * *
    adj normal
    * * *
    normal adj
    1) : normal, usual
    2) : standard
    3)
    escuela normal : teacher-training college
    * * *
    normal adj
    1. (común, usual) normal
    2. (corriente) ordinary

    Spanish-English dictionary > normal

  • 935 novela por entregas

    serial
    * * *
    (n.) = part-issue
    Ex. The success of the shilling part-issues of the 1840s prompted the appearance of shilling magazines carrying two or three serialized novels in each monthly number, and these in turn recaptured the bulk of the serial fiction market from the part-issues during the 1860s.
    * * *
    (n.) = part-issue

    Ex: The success of the shilling part-issues of the 1840s prompted the appearance of shilling magazines carrying two or three serialized novels in each monthly number, and these in turn recaptured the bulk of the serial fiction market from the part-issues during the 1860s.

    * * *
    serial

    Spanish-English dictionary > novela por entregas

  • 936 novela seriada

    (n.) = part-issue, serialised novel
    Ex. The success of the shilling part-issues of the 1840s prompted the appearance of shilling magazines carrying two or three serialized novels in each monthly number, and these in turn recaptured the bulk of the serial fiction market from the part-issues during the 1860s.
    Ex. The success of the shilling part-issues of the 1840s prompted the appearance of shilling magazines carrying two or three serialized novels in each monthly number, and these in turn recaptured the bulk of the serial fiction market from the part-issues during the 1860s.
    * * *
    (n.) = part-issue, serialised novel

    Ex: The success of the shilling part-issues of the 1840s prompted the appearance of shilling magazines carrying two or three serialized novels in each monthly number, and these in turn recaptured the bulk of the serial fiction market from the part-issues during the 1860s.

    Ex: The success of the shilling part-issues of the 1840s prompted the appearance of shilling magazines carrying two or three serialized novels in each monthly number, and these in turn recaptured the bulk of the serial fiction market from the part-issues during the 1860s.

    Spanish-English dictionary > novela seriada

  • 937 novela seriada a un real

    Ex. The success of the shilling part-issues of the 1840s prompted the appearance of shilling magazines carrying two or three serialized novels in each monthly number, and these in turn recaptured the bulk of the serial fiction market from the part-issues during the 1860s.
    * * *

    Ex: The success of the shilling part-issues of the 1840s prompted the appearance of shilling magazines carrying two or three serialized novels in each monthly number, and these in turn recaptured the bulk of the serial fiction market from the part-issues during the 1860s.

    Spanish-English dictionary > novela seriada a un real

  • 938 novillo

    m.
    young bull, bull calf, stirk.
    * * *
    1 young bull
    \
    hacer novillos familiar to play truant, skip school, US play hooky
    * * *
    SM
    1) (Zool) young bull, bullock, steer (EEUU)
    2) pl novillos
    (Taur) = novillada
    3)
    * * *
    - lla (m) young bull; (f) heifer

    hacer novillos — (fam) to play hooky (esp AmE colloq), to skive off (school) (BrE colloq)

    * * *
    ----
    * hacer novillos = play + hooky, skip + class, play + truant, bunk off, bunk + classes, skive, bunk + school.
    * * *
    - lla (m) young bull; (f) heifer

    hacer novillos — (fam) to play hooky (esp AmE colloq), to skive off (school) (BrE colloq)

    * * *
    * hacer novillos = play + hooky, skip + class, play + truant, bunk off, bunk + classes, skive, bunk + school.
    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    A ( masculine) young bull
    B ( feminine) heifer
    hacer novillos ( fam); to play truant, to play hooky ( esp AmE colloq), to skive off (school) ( BrE colloq)
    * * *

    novillo
    ◊ - lla sustantivo masculino, femenino (m) young bull;


    (f) heifer;
    hacer novillos (fam) to play hooky (esp AmE colloq), to skive off (school) (BrE colloq)

    novillo,-a m,f (toro) young bull
    (vaca) young cow
    ♦ Locuciones: fam Educ hacer novillos, to play truant o US hooky

    ' novillo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    novilla
    - derribar
    - torear
    English:
    bullock
    - steer
    * * *
    novillo, -a nm,f
    1. [animal] young bull, f young cow
    2. Comp
    Esp Fam
    hacer novillos to play Br truant o US hookey
    * * *
    m ZO young bull;
    hacer novillos fam play hooky fam, play truant
    * * *
    : young bull
    * * *
    novillo n young bull

    Spanish-English dictionary > novillo

  • 939 nuevo

    adj.
    new, modern, recent, novel.
    * * *
    1 new
    2 (adicional) further
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 newcomer (principiante) beginner; (universidad) fresher (US freshman)
    \
    de nuevo again
    coger a alguien de nuevas to take somebody by surprise
    estar (como) nuevo,-a (objeto) to be as good as new 2 (persona) to feel like new, feel as good as new
    hacerse de nuevas to pretend not to know
    ¿qué hay de nuevo? familiar what's new?
    * * *
    (f. - nueva)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=no usado) new

    como nuevo: estos pantalones están como nuevos — these trousers are just like new

    2) (=recién llegado) new
    3)

    de nuevo(=otra vez) again

    * * *
    - va adjetivo
    1)
    a) [ser] <coche/casa/trabajo> new
    b) (delante del n) <intento/cambio> further

    ha surgido un nuevo problemaanother o a further problem has arisen

    c) [ser] <estilo/enfoque> new

    ¿qué hay de nuevo? — (fam) what's new? (colloq)

    todavía lo tengo nuevecito or (CS) nuevito — it's still as good as new

    2)
    * * *
    = emerging, fresh, new [newer -comp., newest -sup.], renewed, rising, unfamiliar, unworn, emergent, fledging, fledgling [fledgeling], uncharted, unchartered, brand new, ever-new, up-and-coming, new found [new-found/newfound], evolving, changing.
    Ex. We have too much invested for us to assume any longer that we can, by sheer force of will, temper their influence on emerging standards.
    Ex. This is a fresh avenue of approach to classification, and shows some promise.
    Ex. The label contains information about the record, indicating, for instance, its length, status, for example, new, amended, type and class.
    Ex. This article calls on libraries to forge a renewed national commitment to cooperate in the building of a national information network for scholarly communications.
    Ex. It is not enough to train the rising generation to meet their new responsibilities, for irreversible decisions must be made before they come to maturity.
    Ex. We are used to background noise in air conditioned buildings but the introduction of additional and unfamiliar sounds from AV equipment may be disturbing.
    Ex. A printer who wanted to achieve a sharp impression from unworn type of even height to paper would put hard rather than soft packing in the tympan.
    Ex. Books for emergent readers should facilitate the acquisition of these concepts.
    Ex. Venture capitalists funded fledging companies in the early days of information technology some of which went on to dominate the market.
    Ex. This article describes the experiences of a fledgling information system in dealing with a hurricane which wreaked devastation on some of the most remote areas of Hawaii = Este artículo describe las experiencias de un sistema de información nuevo al verse afectado por un huracán que devastó algunas de las zonas más remotas de Hawaii.
    Ex. News of boundless timber reserves spread, and before long lumberjacks from the thinning hardwood forests of New England swarmed into the uncharted area with no other possessions than their axes and brawn and the clothing they wore.
    Ex. This author agrees that the facts listed above are unchartered.
    Ex. Information on small, sometimes brand new, companies in the chemical and biotechnology industries is often difficult to find.
    Ex. He was then able to compare sources that made correlations possible and raised ever-new questions.
    Ex. The journal kept me in touch with the established authors in the field but also the new, up-and-coming writers.
    Ex. This could help readers gain a newfound appreciation of each others' childhood through books.
    Ex. One of the objectives is to produce a statement of the role of the Library in the evolving national information program over the next five to seven years.
    Ex. These are the kinds of problems that characteristically arise in the complex and continually changing milieu of libraries and media and information centers.
    ----
    * abrir nuevas fronteras = forge + new frontiers.
    * abrir nuevas posibilidades = open up + new territory, open up + possibilities, open + possibilities.
    * abrir nuevos caminos = break + new ground, push + Nombre + into new latitudes, break + ground, blaze + trail.
    * abrir nuevos horizontes = open + new realms, forge + new frontiers.
    * abrir nuevos mercados = branch into.
    * activo de nuevo = up and about.
    * adquirir una nueva dimensión = take on + new dimension.
    * adquirir un nuevo significado = take on + new dimension.
    * alfombrar de nuevo = recarpet [re-carpet].
    * analizar de nuevo = reexamine [re-examine].
    * añadir una nueva dimensión = add + new dimension.
    * Año Nuevo = New Year.
    * apoyar de nuevo = reendorse.
    * aprender de nuevo = relearn.
    * asumir una nueva faceta = take on + new dimension.
    * Bolsa de Valores de Nueva York = New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
    * borrón y cuenta nueva = a fresh start, clean slate, new leaf.
    * búsqueda de nuevos genes = gene-harvesting.
    * cobrar nuevo entusiasmo = develop + renewed enthusiasm.
    * colocar de nuevo en los estantes = reshelve [re-shelve].
    * comenzar de nuevo = start + all over again, recommence, make + a new start, start over, make + a fresh start.
    * comenzar una nueva vida = make + a new life for + Reflexivo.
    * como nuevo = in mint condition, in tip-top condition, in tip-top form.
    * compañía de nueva creación = startup [start-up].
    * concebirse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * convocar de nuevo = reconvene.
    * crear de nuevo = recreate [re-create].
    * dar a Algo una nueva dimensión = take + Nombre + into a new dimension.
    * dar a Algo una nueva perspectiva = give + Nombre + a new twist.
    * dar nueva forma = reformat [re-format].
    * dar nueva vida = give + Nombre + new life, give + a second life.
    * dar un nuevo acabado = refinish.
    * dar un nuevo impulso = pep up.
    * dar un nuevo nombre = rename.
    * de aspecto nuevo = new-looking.
    * de nueva ola = new-wave.
    * de nuevas formas = in new ways.
    * de nuevas maneras = in new ways.
    * de nuevo = again, once again, yet again, afresh, anew, all over again, redux, over again.
    * de nuevo en este caso = here again.
    * de nuevo en pie = up and about.
    * de nuevos modos = in new ways.
    * desarrollo de nuevos productos = product development.
    * de una nueva forma = in a new way.
    * de una nueva manera = in a new way.
    * de un nuevo modo = in a new way.
    * el nuevo aspecto de = the changing face of, the changing nature of.
    * empezar de nuevo = a fresh start, start over, make + a fresh start.
    * empezar una nueva etapa en la vida = turn over + a new page, turn over + a new leaf.
    * empresa de nueva creación = this sort of thing, startup [start-up].
    * enseñar de nuevo = retrain [re-train].
    * entrada de nuevo = re-entry [reentry].
    * enviar de nuevo = resend [re-send].
    * explorar nuevos horizontes = move on to + pastures new.
    * hacer borrón y cuenta nueva = start with + a clean slate, turn over + a new leaf.
    * hacerlo de nuevo = go and do it again.
    * hasta nuevo aviso = until further notice.
    * idea nueva = fresh idea.
    * infundir nueva vida a = breathe + (new) life into.
    * inscribir de nuevo = reregister.
    * intentar de nuevo = retry [re-try].
    * introducir de nuevo = re-enter [reenter].
    * ir con la nueva ola = ride + wave.
    * lista de nuevas adquisiciones = acquisitions list.
    * llevar a Algo a una nueva dimensión = take + Nombre + into a new dimension.
    * luna nueva = new moon.
    * mencionar de nuevo = restate [re-state].
    * mencionar de nuevo innecesariamente = belabour [belabor, -USA].
    * mostrar de nuevo = redisplay.
    * nacido de nuevo = born again.
    * Nueva Brunswick = New Brunswick.
    * nueva edición = new edition.
    * nueva era = new age.
    * Nueva Escocia = Nova Scotia.
    * nueva evaluación = reappraisal.
    * Nueva Gales del Sur = New South Wales.
    * Nueva Guinea = New Guinea.
    * nueva idea = reform idea.
    * Nueva Inglaterra = New England.
    * nueva lectura = rereading [re-reading].
    * nueva línea = linefeed.
    * Nueva Ola, la = New Wave, the.
    * Nueva Orleans = New Orleans.
    * nueva perspectiva = new light.
    * nueva promesa = rising star.
    * nueva redacción = redraft, rewrite [re-write].
    * nuevas fronteras = new horizons.
    * nueva tirada = rerun.
    * nueva versión = upgrade, remake.
    * nueva vida = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * nueva visita = return visit.
    * Nueva York = New York (NY).
    * Nueva Zelanda = New Zealand (NZ).
    * nuevo análisis = reanalysis [reanalyses, -pl.].
    * nuevo comienzo = new beginning, clean slate, new leaf.
    * Nuevo Méjico = New Mexico.
    * nuevo miembro = entrant.
    * Nuevo Mundo, el = New World, the.
    * nuevo nombramiento = reappointment.
    * nuevo resurgir = second wind.
    * nuevos avances = future development(s).
    * nuevos conversos, los = recently converted, the.
    * nuevos horizontes = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * nuevos retos = new horizons.
    * nuevos tiempos, los = wind(s) of change, the.
    * Nuevo Testamento = New Testament (N.T.).
    * nuevo valor = newcomer.
    * nuevo vecino del barrio = new kid on the block.
    * NYPL (Biblioteca Pública de Nueva York) = NYPL (New York Public Library).
    * pintar de nuevo = repaint [re-paint].
    * prensentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = present + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva óptica = throw + new light on.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = throw + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentar Algo desde un nuevo ángulo = throw + new light on.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on, throw + new light on.
    * presentarse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * reunirse de nuevo = reconvene.
    * salir de nuevo = come back out.
    * sangre nueva = new blood.
    * sentirse como nuevo = be right as rain.
    * surgiendo de nuevas = on the rebound.
    * un nuevo comienzo = a fresh start.
    * un nuevo impulso = a new lease of life.
    * ver Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = view + Nombre + in a new light, see + Nombre + in a new light.
    * ver desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on.
    * ver + Nombre + con nuevos ojos = view + Nombre + through fresh eyes.
    * vino nuevo en pellejos viejos = new wine in old wineskins.
    * víspera de Año Nuevo = New Year's Eve.
    * vivir de nuevo = relive.
    * volver de nuevo = come back out.
    * * *
    - va adjetivo
    1)
    a) [ser] <coche/casa/trabajo> new
    b) (delante del n) <intento/cambio> further

    ha surgido un nuevo problemaanother o a further problem has arisen

    c) [ser] <estilo/enfoque> new

    ¿qué hay de nuevo? — (fam) what's new? (colloq)

    todavía lo tengo nuevecito or (CS) nuevito — it's still as good as new

    2)
    * * *
    = emerging, fresh, new [newer -comp., newest -sup.], renewed, rising, unfamiliar, unworn, emergent, fledging, fledgling [fledgeling], uncharted, unchartered, brand new, ever-new, up-and-coming, new found [new-found/newfound], evolving, changing.

    Ex: We have too much invested for us to assume any longer that we can, by sheer force of will, temper their influence on emerging standards.

    Ex: This is a fresh avenue of approach to classification, and shows some promise.
    Ex: The label contains information about the record, indicating, for instance, its length, status, for example, new, amended, type and class.
    Ex: This article calls on libraries to forge a renewed national commitment to cooperate in the building of a national information network for scholarly communications.
    Ex: It is not enough to train the rising generation to meet their new responsibilities, for irreversible decisions must be made before they come to maturity.
    Ex: We are used to background noise in air conditioned buildings but the introduction of additional and unfamiliar sounds from AV equipment may be disturbing.
    Ex: A printer who wanted to achieve a sharp impression from unworn type of even height to paper would put hard rather than soft packing in the tympan.
    Ex: Books for emergent readers should facilitate the acquisition of these concepts.
    Ex: Venture capitalists funded fledging companies in the early days of information technology some of which went on to dominate the market.
    Ex: This article describes the experiences of a fledgling information system in dealing with a hurricane which wreaked devastation on some of the most remote areas of Hawaii = Este artículo describe las experiencias de un sistema de información nuevo al verse afectado por un huracán que devastó algunas de las zonas más remotas de Hawaii.
    Ex: News of boundless timber reserves spread, and before long lumberjacks from the thinning hardwood forests of New England swarmed into the uncharted area with no other possessions than their axes and brawn and the clothing they wore.
    Ex: This author agrees that the facts listed above are unchartered.
    Ex: Information on small, sometimes brand new, companies in the chemical and biotechnology industries is often difficult to find.
    Ex: He was then able to compare sources that made correlations possible and raised ever-new questions.
    Ex: The journal kept me in touch with the established authors in the field but also the new, up-and-coming writers.
    Ex: This could help readers gain a newfound appreciation of each others' childhood through books.
    Ex: One of the objectives is to produce a statement of the role of the Library in the evolving national information program over the next five to seven years.
    Ex: These are the kinds of problems that characteristically arise in the complex and continually changing milieu of libraries and media and information centers.
    * abrir nuevas fronteras = forge + new frontiers.
    * abrir nuevas posibilidades = open up + new territory, open up + possibilities, open + possibilities.
    * abrir nuevos caminos = break + new ground, push + Nombre + into new latitudes, break + ground, blaze + trail.
    * abrir nuevos horizontes = open + new realms, forge + new frontiers.
    * abrir nuevos mercados = branch into.
    * activo de nuevo = up and about.
    * adquirir una nueva dimensión = take on + new dimension.
    * adquirir un nuevo significado = take on + new dimension.
    * alfombrar de nuevo = recarpet [re-carpet].
    * analizar de nuevo = reexamine [re-examine].
    * añadir una nueva dimensión = add + new dimension.
    * Año Nuevo = New Year.
    * apoyar de nuevo = reendorse.
    * aprender de nuevo = relearn.
    * asumir una nueva faceta = take on + new dimension.
    * Bolsa de Valores de Nueva York = New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
    * borrón y cuenta nueva = a fresh start, clean slate, new leaf.
    * búsqueda de nuevos genes = gene-harvesting.
    * cobrar nuevo entusiasmo = develop + renewed enthusiasm.
    * colocar de nuevo en los estantes = reshelve [re-shelve].
    * comenzar de nuevo = start + all over again, recommence, make + a new start, start over, make + a fresh start.
    * comenzar una nueva vida = make + a new life for + Reflexivo.
    * como nuevo = in mint condition, in tip-top condition, in tip-top form.
    * compañía de nueva creación = startup [start-up].
    * concebirse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * convocar de nuevo = reconvene.
    * crear de nuevo = recreate [re-create].
    * dar a Algo una nueva dimensión = take + Nombre + into a new dimension.
    * dar a Algo una nueva perspectiva = give + Nombre + a new twist.
    * dar nueva forma = reformat [re-format].
    * dar nueva vida = give + Nombre + new life, give + a second life.
    * dar un nuevo acabado = refinish.
    * dar un nuevo impulso = pep up.
    * dar un nuevo nombre = rename.
    * de aspecto nuevo = new-looking.
    * de nueva ola = new-wave.
    * de nuevas formas = in new ways.
    * de nuevas maneras = in new ways.
    * de nuevo = again, once again, yet again, afresh, anew, all over again, redux, over again.
    * de nuevo en este caso = here again.
    * de nuevo en pie = up and about.
    * de nuevos modos = in new ways.
    * desarrollo de nuevos productos = product development.
    * de una nueva forma = in a new way.
    * de una nueva manera = in a new way.
    * de un nuevo modo = in a new way.
    * el nuevo aspecto de = the changing face of, the changing nature of.
    * empezar de nuevo = a fresh start, start over, make + a fresh start.
    * empezar una nueva etapa en la vida = turn over + a new page, turn over + a new leaf.
    * empresa de nueva creación = this sort of thing, startup [start-up].
    * enseñar de nuevo = retrain [re-train].
    * entrada de nuevo = re-entry [reentry].
    * enviar de nuevo = resend [re-send].
    * explorar nuevos horizontes = move on to + pastures new.
    * hacer borrón y cuenta nueva = start with + a clean slate, turn over + a new leaf.
    * hacerlo de nuevo = go and do it again.
    * hasta nuevo aviso = until further notice.
    * idea nueva = fresh idea.
    * infundir nueva vida a = breathe + (new) life into.
    * inscribir de nuevo = reregister.
    * intentar de nuevo = retry [re-try].
    * introducir de nuevo = re-enter [reenter].
    * ir con la nueva ola = ride + wave.
    * lista de nuevas adquisiciones = acquisitions list.
    * llevar a Algo a una nueva dimensión = take + Nombre + into a new dimension.
    * luna nueva = new moon.
    * mencionar de nuevo = restate [re-state].
    * mencionar de nuevo innecesariamente = belabour [belabor, -USA].
    * mostrar de nuevo = redisplay.
    * nacido de nuevo = born again.
    * Nueva Brunswick = New Brunswick.
    * nueva edición = new edition.
    * nueva era = new age.
    * Nueva Escocia = Nova Scotia.
    * nueva evaluación = reappraisal.
    * Nueva Gales del Sur = New South Wales.
    * Nueva Guinea = New Guinea.
    * nueva idea = reform idea.
    * Nueva Inglaterra = New England.
    * nueva lectura = rereading [re-reading].
    * nueva línea = linefeed.
    * Nueva Ola, la = New Wave, the.
    * Nueva Orleans = New Orleans.
    * nueva perspectiva = new light.
    * nueva promesa = rising star.
    * nueva redacción = redraft, rewrite [re-write].
    * nuevas fronteras = new horizons.
    * nueva tirada = rerun.
    * nueva versión = upgrade, remake.
    * nueva vida = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * nueva visita = return visit.
    * Nueva York = New York (NY).
    * Nueva Zelanda = New Zealand (NZ).
    * nuevo análisis = reanalysis [reanalyses, -pl.].
    * nuevo comienzo = new beginning, clean slate, new leaf.
    * Nuevo Méjico = New Mexico.
    * nuevo miembro = entrant.
    * Nuevo Mundo, el = New World, the.
    * nuevo nombramiento = reappointment.
    * nuevo resurgir = second wind.
    * nuevos avances = future development(s).
    * nuevos conversos, los = recently converted, the.
    * nuevos horizontes = greener pastures, pastures new.
    * nuevos retos = new horizons.
    * nuevos tiempos, los = wind(s) of change, the.
    * Nuevo Testamento = New Testament (N.T.).
    * nuevo valor = newcomer.
    * nuevo vecino del barrio = new kid on the block.
    * NYPL (Biblioteca Pública de Nueva York) = NYPL (New York Public Library).
    * pintar de nuevo = repaint [re-paint].
    * prensentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = present + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva óptica = throw + new light on.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = throw + Nombre + in a new light.
    * presentar Algo desde un nuevo ángulo = throw + new light on.
    * presentar Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on, throw + new light on.
    * presentarse desde una nueva perspectiva = stand in + a new light.
    * reunirse de nuevo = reconvene.
    * salir de nuevo = come back out.
    * sangre nueva = new blood.
    * sentirse como nuevo = be right as rain.
    * surgiendo de nuevas = on the rebound.
    * un nuevo comienzo = a fresh start.
    * un nuevo impulso = a new lease of life.
    * ver Algo desde una nueva perspectiva = view + Nombre + in a new light, see + Nombre + in a new light.
    * ver desde una nueva perspectiva = shed + new light on.
    * ver + Nombre + con nuevos ojos = view + Nombre + through fresh eyes.
    * vino nuevo en pellejos viejos = new wine in old wineskins.
    * víspera de Año Nuevo = New Year's Eve.
    * vivir de nuevo = relive.
    * volver de nuevo = come back out.

    * * *
    nuevo -va
    A
    1 [ SER] (de poco tiempo) ‹coche/juguete/ropa› new
    me lo dejaron como nuevo it was as good as new when I got it back
    soy nuevo en la oficina I'm new in the office
    2 [ SER] (que sustituye a otro) ‹casa/novio/trabajo› new
    3 ( delante del n) (otro) ‹intento/cambio› further
    ha surgido un nuevo problema another o a further problem has arisen
    decidieron darle una nueva oportunidad they decided to give him another chance
    4 [ SER] (original, distinto) ‹estilo/enfoque› new
    no dijo nada nuevo she didn't say anything new
    ¿que hay de nuevo? ( fam); what's new? ( colloq)
    5 [ ESTAR] (no desgastado) as good as new
    todavía lo tengo nuevo or (CS) nuevito it's still as good as new
    Compuestos:
    feminine new wave
    fpl new technology
    nuevo rico, nueva rica
    masculine, feminine nouveau riche
    masculine New Testament
    B
    de nuevo again
    de nuevo tengo el honor de … again o once again o once more I have the privilege of …
    * * *

     

    nuevo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    a) [ser] ‹estilo/coche/novio new;


    de nuevo again;
    ¿qué hay de nuevo what's new? (colloq);
    nuevo rico nouveau riche
    b) ( delante del n) ‹intento/cambio further;

    ha surgido un nuevo problema another o a further problem has arisen;

    Nnuevo Testamento New Testament
    c) [estar] ( no desgastado) as good as new

    nuevo,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 new: tengo un coche nuevo, I've got a new car
    2 (añadido) further: hay nuevas averías, there are further faults
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino newcomer
    (novato) beginner
    ♦ Locuciones: de nuevo, again
    ' nuevo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adicta
    - adicto
    - ambicionar
    - ambientarse
    - año
    - astronómica
    - astronómico
    - aterrizar
    - aviso
    - cara
    - cercado
    - continente
    - decir
    - desarrollar
    - editar
    - emocionada
    - emocionado
    - emplazar
    - entusiasmada
    - entusiasmado
    - escorrentía
    - estallido
    - excavar
    - flotación
    - ir
    - generar
    - hablar
    - impresión
    - incorporarse
    - mirlo
    - N. T.
    - nada
    - nueva
    - replantar
    - rumbo
    - sacar
    - salida
    - sanear
    - tener
    - testamento
    - vaya
    - contar
    - cuño
    - día
    - entrada
    - entrante
    - feliz
    - flamante
    - haber
    - inédito
    English:
    advertise
    - afford
    - afresh
    - again
    - agony
    - ambivalent
    - amorphous
    - analyst
    - anew
    - anticipate
    - arrest
    - assignment
    - austerity
    - authenticity
    - back
    - bash out
    - beating
    - bomb
    - book
    - brag
    - brand-new
    - bring up
    - brink
    - call back
    - chapter
    - clean
    - come out
    - comedown
    - commit
    - crisp
    - daunt
    - delay
    - design
    - dissuade
    - do
    - donation
    - drastic
    - drum up
    - exploit
    - fail
    - find
    - format
    - forthcoming
    - founder
    - fresh
    - fund
    - further
    - game
    - get
    - go up
    * * *
    nuevo, -a
    adj
    1. [reciente] new;
    tengo una casa nueva I've got a new house;
    es el nuevo director he's the new manager
    Nueva Caledonia New Caledonia;
    el nuevo continente [América] the New World;
    Nueva Delhi New Delhi;
    nuevo economía new economy;
    Hist Nueva España New Spain [Spanish colonial viceroyalty that included Mexico, the southern part of the US and parts of Central America]; Hist Nueva Granada New Granada [Spanish colonial viceroyalty that included the central and northwestern parts of South America];
    Nueva Guinea New Guinea;
    Nueva Inglaterra New England;
    Nueva Jersey New Jersey;
    Nuevo México New Mexico;
    el Nuevo Mundo the New World;
    la nueva ola the New Wave;
    el nuevo orden mundial the new world order;
    Nueva Orleans New Orleans;
    nuevo rico nouveau riche;
    nuevo sol [moneda] new sol;
    nuevas tecnologías new technology;
    el Nuevo Testamento the New Testament;
    Nueva York New York;
    Nueva Zelanda New Zealand
    2. [poco usado] new;
    este abrigo está nuevo this coat is new;
    un poco de betún y quedarán como nuevos with a bit of polish they'll be as good as new;
    después del baño me quedé como nuevo I felt like a new person after my bath
    3. [inédito] new;
    esto es nuevo para mí, no lo sabía that's news to me, I didn't know it
    4. [sin experiencia] new;
    soy nuevo en esta clase I'm new in this class;
    es nuevo en la profesión he's new to the profession
    5. [hortaliza] new, fresh;
    [vino] young
    6. [repetido] renewed,
    de nuevo again;
    se han producido nuevos enfrentamientos there have been renewed clashes
    nm,f
    newcomer
    * * *
    adj
    1 new;
    sentirse como nuevo feel like new;
    ¿qué hay de nuevo? what’s new?
    2 ( otro) another;
    de nuevo again
    * * *
    nuevo, -va adj
    1) : new
    una casa nueva: a new house
    ¿qué hay de nuevo?: what's new?
    2)
    de nuevo : again, once more
    * * *
    nuevo adj new
    ¿qué hay de nuevo? what's new?

    Spanish-English dictionary > nuevo

  • 940 objetivo

    adj.
    objective, factual, no-nonsense, impartial.
    m.
    1 objective, intention, purpose, goal.
    2 objective lens.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: objetivar.
    * * *
    1 objective
    1 (fin) aim, objective
    2 MILITAR target
    3 (lente) lens
    ————————
    1 (fin) aim, objective
    2 MILITAR target
    3 (lente) lens
    * * *
    1. noun m.
    1) objective, aim, goal
    2) lens
    2. (f. - objetiva)
    adj.
    * * *
    1.
    2. SM
    1) (=propósito) objective, aim
    2) (Mil) objective, target
    3) (Fot) lens
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo objective
    II
    1) ( finalidad) objective, aim; (Mil) objective
    2) (Fot, Ópt) lens
    * * *
    = end, focus, goal, goal, intent, object, purpose, target, drift, unbiased [unbiassed], objective, charge, benchmark, workpackage, brief, detached, agenda, mandate, unemotional.
    Ex. In our fascination with the versatility of certain tools, we should not forget the ends to which they are to be applied.
    Ex. Our focus in this text is on the first stage in the following diagram.
    Ex. Karen set the theme in her keynote address that booksellers, publishers and librarians often have different goals and perceptions.
    Ex. Karen set the theme in her keynote address that booksellers, publishers and librarians often have different goals and perceptions.
    Ex. The quality of indexing is influenced by the intellectual level and intent of document content in the subject area.
    Ex. The object of classification is to group related subjects.
    Ex. Chapters 7 and 8 introduced the problems associated with author cataloguing and have surveyed the purpose of cataloguing codes.
    Ex. Paid employees can have targets set for them and their prospects may well depend upon their meeting these targets.
    Ex. The main drift of the proceedings concerned national libraries -- their role, functions and financing.
    Ex. Such criteria would be applied to book lists and the production, selection, and writing of unbiased material.
    Ex. An objective is an individual act intended to be carried out, and a number o which are required to be carried out in order to reach a goal.
    Ex. She was offered an opportunity to chair a task force within the library with the charge to investigate a new integrated system.
    Ex. Existing wireline networks, with their ubiquity, seamless operations, and ease of use, have provided clear benchmarks for satisfying customers' basic personal communications needs.
    Ex. One of the workpackages of the project is the preparation of software for UKMARC to UNIMARC conversion.
    Ex. This article describes the experiences of a library training officer whose brief was to build library services from the ground up.
    Ex. The attention good literature pays to life is both loving and detached.
    Ex. Robert Kent's sole agenda is to attack Cuba and vilify the Cuban library community while supporting the US government's interventionist destabilization policies.
    Ex. The original mandate was very clear: to consider for inclusion all proposals made.
    Ex. He offers an admirably concise and unemotional analysis of the famous Milgram experiment.
    ----
    * aclarar un objetivo = clarify + objective.
    * alcanzar un objetivo = attain + goal.
    * caer fuera del objetivo de = fall outside + the scope of.
    * caso objetivo = objective case.
    * con el objetivo de = with the purpose of, with a brief to, with the aim of, with a focus on.
    * con objetivos específicos = goal-oriented.
    * conseguir un objetivo = accomplish + objective, achieve + objective, attain + goal.
    * con un objetivo claro = focused [focussed].
    * cubrir un objetivo = meet + objective, meet + purpose.
    * cumplir un objetivo = fulfil + goal, meet + objective, meet + purpose, satisfy + purpose, serve + function, serve + purpose, meet + target, fulfil + objective.
    * cuyo objetivo es = intended to.
    * declaración de objetivos = statement of objectives, purpose statement, mission statement, vision statement.
    * definición de objetivos = goal setting.
    * elaborar objetivos = draw up + objectives.
    * enfocado hacia uno objetivo concreto = focused [focussed].
    * establecimiento de objetivos = objective setting.
    * fijación de objetivos = objective setting, direction-setting, goal setting.
    * fijar un objetivo = set + goal.
    * gestión por objetivos = management by objectives (MBO).
    * marcar una objetivo = set + goal.
    * no cumplir un objetivo = fall + short of goal.
    * no tener otro objetivo que el de = have + no other purpose than.
    * objetivo de aprendizaje = learning objective, learning outcome.
    * objetivo de comportamiento = behavioural objective.
    * objetivo de ventas = sales target.
    * objetivo educativo = learning goal, educational goal.
    * objetivos = mission statement.
    * objetivo y alcance = purpose and scope.
    * perseguir los mismos objetivos = work + on the same lines.
    * perseguir un objetivo = pursue + objective, pursue + goal.
    * plantearse un objetivo = adopt + goal.
    * ser el objetivo de Uno = be in business for.
    * sin un objetivo claro = non-purposive, unfocused [unfocussed].
    * tener como objetivo = have + as + Posesivo + objective, be in business for.
    * * *
    I
    - va adjetivo objective
    II
    1) ( finalidad) objective, aim; (Mil) objective
    2) (Fot, Ópt) lens
    * * *
    = end, focus, goal, goal, intent, object, purpose, target, drift, unbiased [unbiassed], objective, charge, benchmark, workpackage, brief, detached, agenda, mandate, unemotional.

    Ex: In our fascination with the versatility of certain tools, we should not forget the ends to which they are to be applied.

    Ex: Our focus in this text is on the first stage in the following diagram.
    Ex: Karen set the theme in her keynote address that booksellers, publishers and librarians often have different goals and perceptions.
    Ex: Karen set the theme in her keynote address that booksellers, publishers and librarians often have different goals and perceptions.
    Ex: The quality of indexing is influenced by the intellectual level and intent of document content in the subject area.
    Ex: The object of classification is to group related subjects.
    Ex: Chapters 7 and 8 introduced the problems associated with author cataloguing and have surveyed the purpose of cataloguing codes.
    Ex: Paid employees can have targets set for them and their prospects may well depend upon their meeting these targets.
    Ex: The main drift of the proceedings concerned national libraries -- their role, functions and financing.
    Ex: Such criteria would be applied to book lists and the production, selection, and writing of unbiased material.
    Ex: An objective is an individual act intended to be carried out, and a number o which are required to be carried out in order to reach a goal.
    Ex: She was offered an opportunity to chair a task force within the library with the charge to investigate a new integrated system.
    Ex: Existing wireline networks, with their ubiquity, seamless operations, and ease of use, have provided clear benchmarks for satisfying customers' basic personal communications needs.
    Ex: One of the workpackages of the project is the preparation of software for UKMARC to UNIMARC conversion.
    Ex: This article describes the experiences of a library training officer whose brief was to build library services from the ground up.
    Ex: The attention good literature pays to life is both loving and detached.
    Ex: Robert Kent's sole agenda is to attack Cuba and vilify the Cuban library community while supporting the US government's interventionist destabilization policies.
    Ex: The original mandate was very clear: to consider for inclusion all proposals made.
    Ex: He offers an admirably concise and unemotional analysis of the famous Milgram experiment.
    * aclarar un objetivo = clarify + objective.
    * alcanzar un objetivo = attain + goal.
    * caer fuera del objetivo de = fall outside + the scope of.
    * caso objetivo = objective case.
    * con el objetivo de = with the purpose of, with a brief to, with the aim of, with a focus on.
    * con objetivos específicos = goal-oriented.
    * conseguir un objetivo = accomplish + objective, achieve + objective, attain + goal.
    * con un objetivo claro = focused [focussed].
    * cubrir un objetivo = meet + objective, meet + purpose.
    * cumplir un objetivo = fulfil + goal, meet + objective, meet + purpose, satisfy + purpose, serve + function, serve + purpose, meet + target, fulfil + objective.
    * cuyo objetivo es = intended to.
    * declaración de objetivos = statement of objectives, purpose statement, mission statement, vision statement.
    * definición de objetivos = goal setting.
    * elaborar objetivos = draw up + objectives.
    * enfocado hacia uno objetivo concreto = focused [focussed].
    * establecimiento de objetivos = objective setting.
    * fijación de objetivos = objective setting, direction-setting, goal setting.
    * fijar un objetivo = set + goal.
    * gestión por objetivos = management by objectives (MBO).
    * marcar una objetivo = set + goal.
    * no cumplir un objetivo = fall + short of goal.
    * no tener otro objetivo que el de = have + no other purpose than.
    * objetivo de aprendizaje = learning objective, learning outcome.
    * objetivo de comportamiento = behavioural objective.
    * objetivo de ventas = sales target.
    * objetivo educativo = learning goal, educational goal.
    * objetivos = mission statement.
    * objetivo y alcance = purpose and scope.
    * perseguir los mismos objetivos = work + on the same lines.
    * perseguir un objetivo = pursue + objective, pursue + goal.
    * plantearse un objetivo = adopt + goal.
    * ser el objetivo de Uno = be in business for.
    * sin un objetivo claro = non-purposive, unfocused [unfocussed].
    * tener como objetivo = have + as + Posesivo + objective, be in business for.

    * * *
    objetivo1 -va
    1 ‹crítica/análisis› objective
    2 ‹persona› objective
    A
    1 (finalidad) objective, aim
    su único objetivo era terminar cuanto antes her one objective o aim was to finish as quickly as possible
    2 ( Mil) objective
    3 ( como adj inv) target ( before n)
    la empresa objetivo the target company
    Compuesto:
    sales target
    B ( Fot, Ópt) lens
    Compuesto:
    zoom lens
    * * *

     

    objetivo 1
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    objective
    objetivo 2 sustantivo masculino
    1 ( finalidad) objective, aim;
    (Mil) objective
    2 (Fot, Ópt) lens
    objetivo,-a
    I adjetivo objective
    II sustantivo masculino
    1 (finalidad) objective, aim: su objetivo es disuadir a los vendedores, her aim is to put the sellers off
    2 (de un misil, disparo) target: 007 es nuestro objetivo, 007 is our target
    3 Cine Fot lens
    ' objetivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    angular
    - consecución
    - ideal
    - meta
    - objetiva
    - orientarse
    - pasearse
    - perseguir
    - pretensión
    - alcanzar
    - conseguir
    - cumplir
    - fin
    - final
    - inaccesible
    - lo
    - lograr
    - logro
    - mira
    - patente
    - plazo
    - por
    - primario
    - primero
    - primordial
    English:
    accomplish
    - accomplishment
    - achievement
    - aim
    - attain
    - barrage
    - calculate
    - detached
    - end
    - exercise
    - gain
    - goal
    - lens
    - main
    - object
    - objective
    - set
    - short
    - study
    - target
    - target audience
    - target market
    - ultimate
    - unemotional
    - wide-angle
    - dispassionate
    - out
    - unbiased
    * * *
    objetivo, -a
    adj
    objective
    nm
    1. [finalidad] objective, aim;
    hemos logrado cumplir con nuestro objetivo we have succeeded in achieving our objective o aim;
    plantearse un objetivo to set oneself an objective;
    la medida tiene como objetivo facilitar la comunicación the aim of the measure is to make communication easier, the measure is aimed at making communication easier
    Com objetivo de producción production target; Com objetivo de ventas sales target
    2. Mil target
    3. Fot lens
    * * *
    I adj objective
    II m
    1 objective
    2 MIL target
    3 FOT lens
    * * *
    objetivo, -va adj
    : objective
    1) meta: objective, goal, target
    2) : lens
    * * *
    objetivo1 adj objective
    1. (fin) objective / aim
    2. (lente) lens [pl. lenses]
    3. (blanco) target

    Spanish-English dictionary > objetivo

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