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  • 861 persona que ve

    Ex. Newspapers have not been available to the blind except in shortened recorded versions, mostly received long after sighted persons get their newspapers.
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    Ex: Newspapers have not been available to the blind except in shortened recorded versions, mostly received long after sighted persons get their newspapers.

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  • 862 persona que ve/observa

    (n.) = watcher
    Ex. Children should be taught to be selective TV watchers and shown that television is a powerful advertising and propaganda tool.
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    (n.) = watcher

    Ex: Children should be taught to be selective TV watchers and shown that television is a powerful advertising and propaganda tool.

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  • 863 persona que visita un servicio voluntariamente en sus ratos libres

    Ex. This project aimed to provide educators, youth-serving organisations, literacy workers and policy makers with valuable information about how a dropout becomes a ' drop-in'.
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    Ex: This project aimed to provide educators, youth-serving organisations, literacy workers and policy makers with valuable information about how a dropout becomes a ' drop-in'.

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  • 864 persona que viste a la antigua

    (n.) = frump
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Loveless frump as hip and sexy party girl: a reevaluation of the old maid stereotype'.
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    (n.) = frump

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Loveless frump as hip and sexy party girl: a reevaluation of the old maid stereotype'.

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  • 865 persona reacia a la lectura

    (n.) = aliterate
    Ex. A study of seventh graders at a school in Texas revealed 3 categories of aliterates: dormant, uncommitted, and unmotivated.
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    (n.) = aliterate

    Ex: A study of seventh graders at a school in Texas revealed 3 categories of aliterates: dormant, uncommitted, and unmotivated.

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  • 866 persona recta

    (n.) = mensch
    Ex. One can say he is a good human being, but there is a Yiddish word that defies translation and says it better, he is a mensch.
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    (n.) = mensch

    Ex: One can say he is a good human being, but there is a Yiddish word that defies translation and says it better, he is a mensch.

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  • 867 persona sin hogar

    (n.) = waif, homeless man [homeless people, -pl.]
    Ex. Gavarni's illustrations of waifs, paupers, and beggars were later published separately, with captions added by the artist.
    Ex. This article presents the issue of library use by homeless people in the form of two alternating fictional monologues, one in the mind of a homeless man, the other in the mind of a library official.
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    (n.) = waif, homeless man [homeless people, -pl.]

    Ex: Gavarni's illustrations of waifs, paupers, and beggars were later published separately, with captions added by the artist.

    Ex: This article presents the issue of library use by homeless people in the form of two alternating fictional monologues, one in the mind of a homeless man, the other in the mind of a library official.

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  • 868 persona sin problemas de vista

    Ex. Newspapers have not been available to the blind except in shortened recorded versions, mostly received long after sighted persons get their newspapers.
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    Ex: Newspapers have not been available to the blind except in shortened recorded versions, mostly received long after sighted persons get their newspapers.

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  • 869 persona sin techo

    (n.) = homeless man [homeless people, -pl.]
    Ex. This article presents the issue of library use by homeless people in the form of two alternating fictional monologues, one in the mind of a homeless man, the other in the mind of a library official.
    * * *
    (n.) = homeless man [homeless people, -pl.]

    Ex: This article presents the issue of library use by homeless people in the form of two alternating fictional monologues, one in the mind of a homeless man, the other in the mind of a library official.

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  • 870 persona solitaria

    f.
    loner, recluse, lone wolf, solitary.
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    (n.) = lone wolf
    Ex. The town was at loggerheads until one moonlit night a neighbour discovered the hen thief, a hungry lone wolf = El pueblo estuvo enfrentado hasta que una noche de luna un vecino descubrió al ladrón de gallinas: un lobo solitario y hambriento.
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    (n.) = lone wolf

    Ex: The town was at loggerheads until one moonlit night a neighbour discovered the hen thief, a hungry lone wolf = El pueblo estuvo enfrentado hasta que una noche de luna un vecino descubrió al ladrón de gallinas: un lobo solitario y hambriento.

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  • 871 persona subvencionada

    (n.) = fundee
    Ex. The funding guidelines require the enforcement of a written policy on conflicts of interest and disclosure of 'significant' financial interests on the part of fundees.
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    (n.) = fundee

    Ex: The funding guidelines require the enforcement of a written policy on conflicts of interest and disclosure of 'significant' financial interests on the part of fundees.

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  • 872 persona temerosa

    (n.) = risk taker
    Ex. Librarians have accumulated a lot more capital than we think, and provosts want librarians to be risk takers.
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    (n.) = risk taker

    Ex: Librarians have accumulated a lot more capital than we think, and provosts want librarians to be risk takers.

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  • 873 persona típica, la

    (n.) = average man, the
    Ex. The average man is by nature indolent; he works as little as possible = El ciudadano medio es perezoso por naturaleza, trabaja lo menos posible.

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  • 874 persona u organismo que recorta presupuestos o ayuda a reducir gastos

    (n.) = cost-cutter
    Ex. NGOs play an important role in civil society; they are its legislative assistants, innovators, cost-cutters and watchdogs.
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    Ex: NGOs play an important role in civil society; they are its legislative assistants, innovators, cost-cutters and watchdogs.

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  • 875 persona vaga y mal vestida

    (n.) = slob
    Ex. It's laughable when Archie Bunker says that, because we know he's an uneducated slob.
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    (n.) = slob

    Ex: It's laughable when Archie Bunker says that, because we know he's an uneducated slob.

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  • 876 poner toda la carne en el asador

    to pull out all the stops, give it one's all
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    (v.) = go for + broke, shoot (for) + the moon, put + all (of) + Posesivo + eggs in one basket
    Ex. The article ' Going for broke' reports on the Association of Assistant Librarians National Student Conference held at Manchester Polytechnic, Feb 87.
    Ex. Then one day she finds herself shooting the moon with a scheme so harebrained and daring that it just might succeed.
    Ex. They agree that serials librarians do need vendors and that using more than one vendor is preferable to putting all of one's eggs in one basket.
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    (v.) = go for + broke, shoot (for) + the moon, put + all (of) + Posesivo + eggs in one basket

    Ex: The article ' Going for broke' reports on the Association of Assistant Librarians National Student Conference held at Manchester Polytechnic, Feb 87.

    Ex: Then one day she finds herself shooting the moon with a scheme so harebrained and daring that it just might succeed.
    Ex: They agree that serials librarians do need vendors and that using more than one vendor is preferable to putting all of one's eggs in one basket.

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  • 877 por encima de toda crítica

    = beyond reproach, above reproach
    Ex. All its systems, procedures, operations, assurances, and quality control are well-documented and beyond reproach.
    Ex. Librarians, if they are to use the library to criticise the status quo, must be above reproach, both in their work and professionally.
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    = beyond reproach, above reproach

    Ex: All its systems, procedures, operations, assurances, and quality control are well-documented and beyond reproach.

    Ex: Librarians, if they are to use the library to criticise the status quo, must be above reproach, both in their work and professionally.

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  • 878 por encima de toda duda

    = beyond reproach, above reproach
    Ex. All its systems, procedures, operations, assurances, and quality control are well-documented and beyond reproach.
    Ex. Librarians, if they are to use the library to criticise the status quo, must be above reproach, both in their work and professionally.
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    = beyond reproach, above reproach

    Ex: All its systems, procedures, operations, assurances, and quality control are well-documented and beyond reproach.

    Ex: Librarians, if they are to use the library to criticise the status quo, must be above reproach, both in their work and professionally.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por encima de toda duda

  • 879 por encima de toda razón

    Ex. This has made them sometimes stubborn beyond reason, to the detriment of the community.
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    Ex: This has made them sometimes stubborn beyond reason, to the detriment of the community.

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  • 880 por encima de toda sospecha

    Ex. In the twentieth century raw food has found an ally above suspicion in dietetic science.
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    Ex: In the twentieth century raw food has found an ally above suspicion in dietetic science.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por encima de toda sospecha


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