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  • 261 cosas + salir bien

    (n.) = things + work out
    Ex. That being said...you only live once, so if you decide to jump in head first, and if things don't work out, remember, you can always leave.
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    (n.) = things + work out

    Ex: That being said...you only live once, so if you decide to jump in head first, and if things don't work out, remember, you can always leave.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cosas + salir bien

  • 262 cosas buenas

    (n.) = goodies [goody, -sing.]
    Ex. This article describes the process of discovering neglected treasures of children's literature on library shelves and sharing them with other libraries at a workshop on 'Oldies but goodies'.
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    (n.) = goodies [goody, -sing.]

    Ex: This article describes the process of discovering neglected treasures of children's literature on library shelves and sharing them with other libraries at a workshop on 'Oldies but goodies'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cosas buenas

  • 263 cosas como

    Ex. But like all of us in the information business, they have been forced to compete with the likes of Yahoo, Altavista, and amazon.com.
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    Ex: But like all of us in the information business, they have been forced to compete with the likes of Yahoo, Altavista, and amazon.com.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cosas como

  • 264 cosas de la casa

    Ex. In only a few cases was a male character cast as a parent or performer of household chores and never as a homemaker.
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    Ex: In only a few cases was a male character cast as a parent or performer of household chores and never as a homemaker.

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  • 265 cosas esenciales, las

    = basic essentials, the
    Ex. John Ward's dictum was that 'deprivation is as much a lack of information and the knowledge to use it as it is of the basic essentials'.

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  • 266 cosas este tipo de cosas

    Ex. Large corporate bureaucracies like those of traditional music and movie publishers do this sort of thing much better than most little beginner 'startups' do.
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    Ex: Large corporate bureaucracies like those of traditional music and movie publishers do this sort of thing much better than most little beginner 'startups' do.

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  • 267 cosas inútiles

    (n.) = deadwood [dead wood]
    Ex. Ostensibly, the maneuver was accomplished to curb patronage abuses and make it easier to dismiss deadwood employees in the long run.
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    (n.) = deadwood [dead wood]

    Ex: Ostensibly, the maneuver was accomplished to curb patronage abuses and make it easier to dismiss deadwood employees in the long run.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cosas inútiles

  • 268 cosas que dan miedo

    Ex. The article has the title ' Things that go bump in the night: net newbies are maturing -- and making things scary for the traditionals'.
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    Ex: The article has the title ' Things that go bump in the night: net newbies are maturing -- and making things scary for the traditionals'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cosas que dan miedo

  • 269 cosas ricas

    (n.) = goodies [goody, -sing.]
    Ex. This article describes the process of discovering neglected treasures of children's literature on library shelves and sharing them with other libraries at a workshop on 'Oldies but goodies'.
    * * *
    (n.) = goodies [goody, -sing.]

    Ex: This article describes the process of discovering neglected treasures of children's literature on library shelves and sharing them with other libraries at a workshop on 'Oldies but goodies'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cosas ricas

  • 270 cosas transitorias, las

    = transient, the
    Ex. Reference work has been ill-served in the past by its expositors and theoreticians: its extensive literature of several hundred papers and books is swollen by a mass of the transient and the trivial.

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  • 271 dar las cosas masticadas

    (v.) = spoon-feeding [spoonfeeding], spoon-feed [spoon feed/spoonfeed]
    Ex. However, no consensus was found with respect to the teaching roles of librarians, patron self-sufficiency, and the 'spoon-feeding' of public library users.
    Ex. The author questions the policy of using assignments to teach library research and the attitude that students should not be spoon fed.
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    (v.) = spoon-feeding [spoonfeeding], spoon-feed [spoon feed/spoonfeed]

    Ex: However, no consensus was found with respect to the teaching roles of librarians, patron self-sufficiency, and the 'spoon-feeding' of public library users.

    Ex: The author questions the policy of using assignments to teach library research and the attitude that students should not be spoon fed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar las cosas masticadas

  • 272 dar sentido a las cosas

    (n.) = sense-making, meaning making
    Ex. Messages which users receive from the products of their culture contain information which aids in the sense-making process.
    Ex. The most important factor in literary acculturation is the peer group process of meaning making.
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    (n.) = sense-making, meaning making

    Ex: Messages which users receive from the products of their culture contain information which aids in the sense-making process.

    Ex: The most important factor in literary acculturation is the peer group process of meaning making.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar sentido a las cosas

  • 273 de todas las formas posibles

    Ex. Retailers try to reach customers in any and all ways to sell products.
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    Ex: Retailers try to reach customers in any and all ways to sell products.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de todas las formas posibles

  • 274 de todas las partes del mundo

    = from all over the world, from all over the globe, from every part of the world
    Ex. The newsletter has generated interest from all over the world.
    Ex. What this has meant is that in the 20th century, ideas are being sourced from all over the globe; and at the speed oflight, so to speak.
    Ex. Thousands of runners from every part of the world gather every year to run in the footsteps of the legendary Greek soldier-runner-messenger.
    * * *
    = from all over the world, from all over the globe, from every part of the world

    Ex: The newsletter has generated interest from all over the world.

    Ex: What this has meant is that in the 20th century, ideas are being sourced from all over the globe; and at the speed oflight, so to speak.
    Ex: Thousands of runners from every part of the world gather every year to run in the footsteps of the legendary Greek soldier-runner-messenger.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de todas las partes del mundo

  • 275 de todas partes

    Ex. This spa attracts visitors from far and wide.
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    Ex: This spa attracts visitors from far and wide.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de todas partes

  • 276 de un lado de la ciudad a otro

    (adj.) = cross-town
    Ex. The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-town

    Ex: The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un lado de la ciudad a otro

  • 277 de una vez por todas

    = once and for all, once for all
    Ex. I cannot tell you how happy we in the circulation department will all be to put an end once and for all to the smiling delinquent patron who rejoices in paying his fine because he is thereby 'supporting a worthy cause'.
    Ex. Dead men have no friends; consequently, Israel must abandon its love affair with its putative, feckless friends and kill, once for all, its mortal foes.
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    = once and for all, once for all

    Ex: I cannot tell you how happy we in the circulation department will all be to put an end once and for all to the smiling delinquent patron who rejoices in paying his fine because he is thereby 'supporting a worthy cause'.

    Ex: Dead men have no friends; consequently, Israel must abandon its love affair with its putative, feckless friends and kill, once for all, its mortal foes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de una vez por todas

  • 278 dejando a un lado

    Ex. Apart from the names of subjects, the names of corporate bodies, persons, chemicals, trade products, and trade names are some other possibilities.
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    Ex: Apart from the names of subjects, the names of corporate bodies, persons, chemicals, trade products, and trade names are some other possibilities.

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  • 279 dejar a un lado

    to leave aside, forget
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    (v.) = put + aside, move + beyond, lay + Nombre + aside, leave by + the wayside
    Ex. If there is one, the borrower must be notified, and the copy somehow put aside for that borrower for a limited amount of time.
    Ex. Over the course of the next 20 years libraries will be undergoing significant retooling so that they can move beyond their traditional roles.
    Ex. If a book does not yield immediate pleasure they tend to lay it aside.
    Ex. She seeks to recontextualize those events that history has estranged, destroyed or capriciously left by the wayside.
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    (v.) = put + aside, move + beyond, lay + Nombre + aside, leave by + the wayside

    Ex: If there is one, the borrower must be notified, and the copy somehow put aside for that borrower for a limited amount of time.

    Ex: Over the course of the next 20 years libraries will be undergoing significant retooling so that they can move beyond their traditional roles.
    Ex: If a book does not yield immediate pleasure they tend to lay it aside.
    Ex: She seeks to recontextualize those events that history has estranged, destroyed or capriciously left by the wayside.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar a un lado

  • 280 dejar a una lado

    (v.) = put + Nombre + to one side
    Ex. Putting such support to one side for a moment, it is important to recognize the economic imperative to develop an excellent staff.
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    (v.) = put + Nombre + to one side

    Ex: Putting such support to one side for a moment, it is important to recognize the economic imperative to develop an excellent staff.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dejar a una lado

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