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  • 261 ser todo oídos

    to be all ears
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    crédito 1)
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    (v.) = be all ears
    Ex. Some have been referred to as being all ears, while others have been noted as being all mouth.
    * * *

    Ex: Some have been referred to as being all ears, while others have been noted as being all mouth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser todo oídos

  • 262 sobre todo

    adv.
    most of all, chiefly, above all, above all else.
    prep.
    all over.
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    above all, especially
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    = above all, above everything else, overwhelmingly, in particular, above all things
    Ex. Above all, we specified an inviting and functional, rather than impressive, building.
    Ex. The province of bibliography is, above everything else, to relate all this to the text which it was the author's original intention to have written.
    Ex. Overwhelmingly, librarians were seen as professionals with a service function.
    Ex. In particular, most were constructed before the ideas of facet analysis were developed.
    Ex. Above all things, this film is one woman's passionate protest against the thoughtless abuse of the weak by the strong.
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    = above all, above everything else, overwhelmingly, in particular, above all things

    Ex: Above all, we specified an inviting and functional, rather than impressive, building.

    Ex: The province of bibliography is, above everything else, to relate all this to the text which it was the author's original intention to have written.
    Ex: Overwhelmingly, librarians were seen as professionals with a service function.
    Ex: In particular, most were constructed before the ideas of facet analysis were developed.
    Ex: Above all things, this film is one woman's passionate protest against the thoughtless abuse of the weak by the strong.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sobre todo

  • 263 temblor de tierra

    earth tremor
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    (n.) = quake, earth tremor, earthquake tremor
    Ex. The campus was hard hit by the quake and declared unsafe, one week before the spring semester was due to begin.
    Ex. The earth tremor that rocked the centre of Melbourne was one of three quakes that hit Australia in the one day.
    Ex. In addition, the witnesses testified that the detonations 'really rocked' the house and 'felt like an earthquake tremor, or an earthquake'.
    * * *
    (n.) = quake, earth tremor, earthquake tremor

    Ex: The campus was hard hit by the quake and declared unsafe, one week before the spring semester was due to begin.

    Ex: The earth tremor that rocked the centre of Melbourne was one of three quakes that hit Australia in the one day.
    Ex: In addition, the witnesses testified that the detonations 'really rocked' the house and 'felt like an earthquake tremor, or an earthquake'.

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    earth tremor
    * * *
    temblor de tierra n earthquake

    Spanish-English dictionary > temblor de tierra

  • 264 tierra de nadie

    no-man's-land
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    = twilight zone, wilderness, no-man's land
    Ex. U denotes the umbra, ie those documents which are clearly relevant (within the shadow of the subject); P denotes the penumbra (the ' twilight zone'); and A denotes alien, ie those documents which are clearly not relevant.
    Ex. The town of Wexler was hacked out of the wilderness, and for many years it stood alone in the forest, a halting place in the long stagecoach journey from eastern localities to the unknown West.
    Ex. We stand squarely in a no-man's land between a rough technology and a vague science.
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    = twilight zone, wilderness, no-man's land

    Ex: U denotes the umbra, ie those documents which are clearly relevant (within the shadow of the subject); P denotes the penumbra (the ' twilight zone'); and A denotes alien, ie those documents which are clearly not relevant.

    Ex: The town of Wexler was hacked out of the wilderness, and for many years it stood alone in the forest, a halting place in the long stagecoach journey from eastern localities to the unknown West.
    Ex: We stand squarely in a no-man's land between a rough technology and a vague science.

    * * *
    no-man’s land

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra de nadie

  • 265 tierra firme

    f.
    firm ground, dry land, solid earth, earth.
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    terra firma, dry land
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    (n.) = dry land [dryland], land mass [landmass], firm ground, solid ground
    Ex. This article describes a knowledge based geographic information system for the broad scale mapping of dryland salinity in the Western Australian wheatbelt.
    Ex. A distinctive new civilization developed in the European peninsula of the Eurasian land mass in the course of the millennium that followed.
    Ex. Destabilisation of the economic forces governing publishers' prices has meant that subscription agents no longer work on firm ground.
    Ex. Before him was a morass over which a bridge had been thrown to the solid ground beyond.
    * * *
    (n.) = dry land [dryland], land mass [landmass], firm ground, solid ground

    Ex: This article describes a knowledge based geographic information system for the broad scale mapping of dryland salinity in the Western Australian wheatbelt.

    Ex: A distinctive new civilization developed in the European peninsula of the Eurasian land mass in the course of the millennium that followed.
    Ex: Destabilisation of the economic forces governing publishers' prices has meant that subscription agents no longer work on firm ground.
    Ex: Before him was a morass over which a bridge had been thrown to the solid ground beyond.

    * * *
    dry land, terra firma

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra firme

  • 266 tierra natal

    f.
    homeland, native country, one's native land, one's own land.
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    homeland
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    native land, land of one's birth
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    (n.) = homeland
    Ex. A great number of these publications were significantly influenced by the political scene in their respective homelands.
    * * *
    native land, land of one's birth
    * * *
    (n.) = homeland

    Ex: A great number of these publications were significantly influenced by the political scene in their respective homelands.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra natal

  • 267 tierra,1 la

    1 = earth, the, globe, the.
    Ex. A large proportion of the earth's population has not yet recognized the enormous advantages that would accrue if only everybody spoke English.
    Ex. South Asia must make efforts to reach other parts of the globe in order to make the information age truly viable.
    ----
    * calentamiento de la Tierra = global warming.
    * campo de fútbol de tierra = dirt football pitch.
    * campo de juego de tierra = dirt pitch.
    * campo de tierra = dirt pitch.
    * cielo en la tierra, el = heaven on earth.
    * ciencias de la tierra = geosciences.
    * ciencias de la tierra, las = earth sciences, the.
    * científico de las ciencias de la tierra = geoscientist.
    * desaparecer de la faz de la tierra = vanish from + the face of the earth, disappear from + the face of the earth.
    * de tierras lejanas = from distant shores.
    * Día de la Tierra = Earth Day.
    * especialista en ciencias de la tierra = earth scientist.
    * la tierra de la abundancia = the land of plenty.
    * la tierra de las oportunidades = the land of opportunity.
    * madre tierra, la = mother earth.
    * recorrer cielo y tierra = travel + far and wide.
    * remover (el) cielo y (la) tierra = hunt + high and low, look + high and low, leave + no stone unturned, move + heaven and earth.
    * sal de la tierra = salt of the earth.
    * sobre la tierra = on earth, on the face of the earth.
    * tierras mejores = pastures new.
    * tierra virgen = virgin territory.
    * tragarse a Alguien la tierra = vanish into + the blue, vanish from + the face of the earth, disappear from + the face of the earth.
    * tragase a Alguien la tierra = disappear into + the blue.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tierra,1 la

  • 268 todo bicho viviente

    familiar every living creature
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    = every living soul, everyone and their mother, every Tom, Dick and Harry
    Ex. The inherent nature of man is ever seeking to express itself in terms of freedom, because freedom is the birthright of every living Soul.
    Ex. Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    * * *
    = every living soul, everyone and their mother, every Tom, Dick and Harry

    Ex: The inherent nature of man is ever seeking to express itself in terms of freedom, because freedom is the birthright of every living Soul.

    Ex: Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.
    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo bicho viviente

  • 269 todo dios

    familiar everybody
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    = every Tom, Dick and Harry, everyone and their mother
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex. Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.
    * * *
    = every Tom, Dick and Harry, everyone and their mother

    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.

    Ex: Everyone and their mother (literally) will be ducking out from work early today to be with their nearest and dearest for the long weekend.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo dios

  • 270 todo el mundo

    everybody
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    everyone, everybody
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    = all and sundry, every Tom, Dick and Harry, everybody, each and everyone
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Ingratiating yourself to all and sundry or how I crawled my way to notoriety'.
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex. Although recognising some such affinities between subjects, it is more difficult to find an overall order of main classes which suits everybody.
    Ex. The problem is that it benefits each and everyone, but none in particular.
    * * *
    = all and sundry, every Tom, Dick and Harry, everybody, each and everyone

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Ingratiating yourself to all and sundry or how I crawled my way to notoriety'.

    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    Ex: Although recognising some such affinities between subjects, it is more difficult to find an overall order of main classes which suits everybody.
    Ex: The problem is that it benefits each and everyone, but none in particular.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo el mundo

  • 271 todo el tiempo

    = all of the time, left, right and centre, the whole time, all the while
    Ex. Many others besides Rothstein have suspected the truth of these figures for years, bearing in mind Robert Kennedy's hardbitten politician's conclusion that `one fifth of the people are against everything all of the time' = Muchos otros junto con Rothstein han sospechado durante años de la verdad de estos datos, teniendo presente la conclusión del político escarmentado Robert Kennedy de que "una quinta parte de la gente está en contra de todo siempre".
    Ex. It hasn't helped that the Americans are being so unilateralist and pulling out of treaties left, right and centre.
    Ex. The gentleman was sobbing his heart out the whole time but was totally transformed by the experience.
    Ex. The males are the ones who bob and bow and hop around, warbling all the while.
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    = all of the time, left, right and centre, the whole time, all the while

    Ex: Many others besides Rothstein have suspected the truth of these figures for years, bearing in mind Robert Kennedy's hardbitten politician's conclusion that `one fifth of the people are against everything all of the time' = Muchos otros junto con Rothstein han sospechado durante años de la verdad de estos datos, teniendo presente la conclusión del político escarmentado Robert Kennedy de que "una quinta parte de la gente está en contra de todo siempre".

    Ex: It hasn't helped that the Americans are being so unilateralist and pulling out of treaties left, right and centre.
    Ex: The gentleman was sobbing his heart out the whole time but was totally transformed by the experience.
    Ex: The males are the ones who bob and bow and hop around, warbling all the while.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo el tiempo

  • 272 todo es posible

    = all bets are off, the sky is the limit
    Ex. When it comes to independent comics from small presses, or from larger publishers who specialize in alternative comics, all bets are off = Cuando se trata de los comics independientes de pequeñas editoriales, o de grandes editoriales especializadas en tebeos alternativos, todo es posible.
    Ex. King Abdullah issued a statement saying that ' the sky is the limit' for the freedom of the press.
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    = all bets are off, the sky is the limit

    Ex: When it comes to independent comics from small presses, or from larger publishers who specialize in alternative comics, all bets are off = Cuando se trata de los comics independientes de pequeñas editoriales, o de grandes editoriales especializadas en tebeos alternativos, todo es posible.

    Ex: King Abdullah issued a statement saying that ' the sky is the limit' for the freedom of the press.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo es posible

  • 273 todo hijo de vecino

    familiar everyone, everyone else
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    = every Tom, Dick and Harry
    Ex. It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.
    * * *
    = every Tom, Dick and Harry

    Ex: It really is time we stopped kow-towing to every Tom, Dick and Harry who runs down our industry.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo hijo de vecino

  • 274 todo lo contrario

    quite the opposite
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    quite the opposite, quite the contrary
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    = quite the opposite, quite the contrary, quite the reverse, in marked contrast
    Ex. Quite the opposite, I would like to see them as basic reading for my students.
    Ex. It is not surprising, quite the contrary, that the war has at last been brought to our home waters.
    Ex. In summer, conditions may be quite the reverse: the mountains shrouded in cloud by day and the valleys basking in warm, clear weather.
    Ex. In marked contrast the tiny pockets of heathland in Europe are extremely depauperate with a flora comprised primarily of heather.
    * * *
    = quite the opposite, quite the contrary, quite the reverse, in marked contrast

    Ex: Quite the opposite, I would like to see them as basic reading for my students.

    Ex: It is not surprising, quite the contrary, that the war has at last been brought to our home waters.
    Ex: In summer, conditions may be quite the reverse: the mountains shrouded in cloud by day and the valleys basking in warm, clear weather.
    Ex: In marked contrast the tiny pockets of heathland in Europe are extremely depauperate with a flora comprised primarily of heather.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo lo contrario

  • 275 todo lo demás

    everything else
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    Ex. If all else fails, the item may need to be retrieved from the stacks.
    * * *

    Ex: If all else fails, the item may need to be retrieved from the stacks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo lo demás

  • 276 todo marcha bien

    Ex. 'And I don't like the option of walking around smiling as if everything was just hunky-dory,' Meek put in = "Y no me gusta la opción de andar por ahí sonriendo como si todo marchase bien".
    * * *

    Ex: 'And I don't like the option of walking around smiling as if everything was just hunky-dory,' Meek put in = "Y no me gusta la opción de andar por ahí sonriendo como si todo marchase bien".

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo marcha bien

  • 277 todo tipo de

    all kind of, all kinds of
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    = all sorts of, all manner of
    Ex. And we'd have to give him all sorts of time off to investigate and process the grievance.
    Ex. 'At no time in history', according to Geoffrey Langley, 'did people of all types and classes stand more in need of information on all manner of matters great and small'.
    * * *
    = all sorts of, all manner of

    Ex: And we'd have to give him all sorts of time off to investigate and process the grievance.

    Ex: 'At no time in history', according to Geoffrey Langley, 'did people of all types and classes stand more in need of information on all manner of matters great and small'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo tipo de

  • 278 todo va a las mil maravillas

    Ex. 'And I don't like the option of walking around smiling as if everything was just hunky-dory,' Meek put in = "Y no me gusta la opción de andar por ahí sonriendo como si todo marchase bien".
    * * *

    Ex: 'And I don't like the option of walking around smiling as if everything was just hunky-dory,' Meek put in = "Y no me gusta la opción de andar por ahí sonriendo como si todo marchase bien".

    Spanish-English dictionary > todo va a las mil maravillas

  • 279 toma de tierra

    ELECTRICIDAD earth, US ground 2 (de avión) landing, touchdown
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    a) (Elec) ground (wire) (AmE), earth (wire) (BrE)
    b) (Aviac) landing, touchdown
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    (n.) = earthing
    Ex. Special earthing and a voltage smoother may also be wanted.
    * * *
    a) (Elec) ground (wire) (AmE), earth (wire) (BrE)
    b) (Aviac) landing, touchdown
    * * *
    (n.) = earthing

    Ex: Special earthing and a voltage smoother may also be wanted.

    * * *
    EL ground (connection), Br
    earth (connection); AVIA landing

    Spanish-English dictionary > toma de tierra

  • 280 vivir de la tierra

    to make a living from the land
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    (v.) = live off + the land
    Ex. His family lived off of the land -- every summer his mother canned vegetables, fruits, jams, sauces, and meats for the winter.
    * * *
    (v.) = live off + the land

    Ex: His family lived off of the land -- every summer his mother canned vegetables, fruits, jams, sauces, and meats for the winter.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vivir de la tierra

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