## Перевод: с испанского на все языки

• 521 justamente todo lo contrario

= quite the opposite, quite the contrary, quite the reverse
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.
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= quite the opposite, quite the contrary, quite the reverse

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.

• 522 justamente todo lo contrario de

Ex. This game represents quite the opposite of the classical learning and teaching method.
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Ex: This game represents quite the opposite of the classical learning and teaching method.

• 523 lo mejor de todo

Ex. Best of all, you get all the cash all at once, no annuities, just one big fat lump sum!.
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Ex: Best of all, you get all the cash all at once, no annuities, just one big fat lump sum!.

• 524 lo primero de todo

= first of all, first off
Ex. First of all we will consider the main schedules or 'main tables', so turn to page 26 of the scheme where you will find an outline of the main divisions of these schedules.
Ex. First off, Pat said it wasn't her who complained.
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= first of all, first off

Ex: First of all we will consider the main schedules or 'main tables', so turn to page 26 of the scheme where you will find an outline of the main divisions of these schedules.

Ex: First off, Pat said it wasn't her who complained.

• 525 lograr Algo contra todo pronóstico

(v.) = beat + the odds
Ex. Standbys and understudies rarely get the job when a star needs to be replaced long-term, and Calaway and Patterson know how lucky they are to have beaten the odds.
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(v.) = beat + the odds

Ex: Standbys and understudies rarely get the job when a star needs to be replaced long-term, and Calaway and Patterson know how lucky they are to have beaten the odds.

Ex. Often the abstract is an ill-planned afterthought.
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Ex: Often the abstract is an ill-planned afterthought.

(v.) = stay on + top of things, keep on + top of things, be on top of things
Ex. Climate change has moved up the agenda massively in recent years and the meat industry needs to stay on top of things to avoid being caught out.
Ex. It's a winning situation, as long as you keep on top of things.
Ex. Email is a wonderful invention for people who want to be on top of things.
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(v.) = stay on + top of things, keep on + top of things, be on top of things

Ex: Climate change has moved up the agenda massively in recent years and the meat industry needs to stay on top of things to avoid being caught out.

Ex: It's a winning situation, as long as you keep on top of things.
Ex: Email is a wonderful invention for people who want to be on top of things.

Ex. Your best-laid technology plans might miss the mark if they are not fine-tuned to the content you wish to present.
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Ex: Your best-laid technology plans might miss the mark if they are not fine-tuned to the content you wish to present.

• 529 motocicleta todo terreno

(n.) =
Ex. The brochure, titled 'Tread Lightly! on Public and Private Land,' provides guidelines for the use of dirt bikes, all terrain vehicles, horses and other means of traveling through back country.
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(n.) = dirt bike

Ex: The brochure, titled 'Tread Lightly! on Public and Private Land,' provides guidelines for the use of dirt bikes, all terrain vehicles, horses and other means of traveling through back country.

• 530 muy por encima de todo

Ex. Over and above all this and the book's most subtle feature is the novel's metaphoric nature.
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Ex: Over and above all this and the book's most subtle feature is the novel's metaphoric nature.

• 531 más bien todo lo contrario

= quite the opposite, quite the contrary, quite the reverse
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.
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= quite the opposite, quite the contrary, quite the reverse

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.

• 532 más que todo lo demás

Ex. Yet the speed of action, the intricacy of trails, the detail of mental pictures, is awe-inspiring beyond all else in nature.
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Ex: Yet the speed of action, the intricacy of trails, the detail of mental pictures, is awe-inspiring beyond all else in nature.

• 533 no creerse Algo del todo

(v.) = take + Nombre + with a pinch of salt
Ex. It is suggested that the 47% figure be taken with a large pinch of salt.
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(v.) = take + Nombre + with a pinch of salt

Ex: It is suggested that the 47% figure be taken with a large pinch of salt.

• 534 no del todo maduro

Ex. Underripe and overripe melons had as much as 20% less lycopene than fully ripe melons, with maturity effects dependent on the variety.
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Ex: Underripe and overripe melons had as much as 20% less lycopene than fully ripe melons, with maturity effects dependent on the variety.

• 535 no ser oro todo lo que reluce

= not + it's cracked up to be
Ex. Internet's promise of extending and improving human interaction through the digital medium isn't everything it's cracked up to be.
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= not + it's cracked up to be

Ex: Internet's promise of extending and improving human interaction through the digital medium isn't everything it's cracked up to be.

• 536 ocurrir todo a la vez

(v.) = happen + all at once
Ex. If you are lucky this will not happen all at once!.
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(v.) = happen + all at once

Ex: If you are lucky this will not happen all at once!.

• 537 para todo el mercado

Ex. The project set as its primary goal the development of an industry-wide standard for the preparation of electronic manuscripts.
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Ex: The project set as its primary goal the development of an industry-wide standard for the preparation of electronic manuscripts.

• 538 para todo tipo de tiempo

Ex. So we see extraordinary hardships cheerfully borne (indeed, apparently enjoyed) by zealous mountaineers, earnest single-handed yachtsmen floating round the world, and all-weather fishing-hobbyists sit patiently at the side of, and sometimes in, rivers, undeterred by the paucity of their catches.
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Ex: So we see extraordinary hardships cheerfully borne (indeed, apparently enjoyed) by zealous mountaineers, earnest single-handed yachtsmen floating round the world, and all-weather fishing-hobbyists sit patiently at the side of, and sometimes in, rivers, undeterred by the paucity of their catches.

• 539 para todo uso

(n.) =
Ex. In UDC the colon has to act as an ' all purpose' facet indicator to a very large extent.
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Ex: In UDC the colon has to act as an ' all purpose' facet indicator to a very large extent.

• 540 pensar ante todo en uno mismo

= look after + number one
Ex. The article is entitled ' Looking after number one'.
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= look after + number one

Ex: The article is entitled ' Looking after number one'.

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