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  • 401 mala aplicación

    f.
    misapplication.
    * * *
    Ex. The problems that you refer to are not inherent computer system problems; they are problems in the misapplication of the technology.
    * * *

    Ex: The problems that you refer to are not inherent computer system problems; they are problems in the misapplication of the technology.

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  • 402 mala calidad

    f.
    bad quality, shoddiness, poor quality, poorness.
    * * *
    (n.) = badness
    Ex. Measurement in and of itself is neutral and cannot indicate 'goodness' or ' badness' = La medición en sí misma es neutral y no puede indicar lo bueno o malo que algo es.
    * * *
    (n.) = badness

    Ex: Measurement in and of itself is neutral and cannot indicate 'goodness' or ' badness' = La medición en sí misma es neutral y no puede indicar lo bueno o malo que algo es.

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  • 403 mala cizaña

    (n.) = rotten apple
    Ex. The party's leader in Brussels said that any ' rotten apples' could contaminate the European Union.
    * * *

    Ex: The party's leader in Brussels said that any ' rotten apples' could contaminate the European Union.

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  • 404 mala colocación

    (n./adj.) = misplacement, misfiling
    Ex. Wastage is sometimes defined as material which temporarily or permanently has evaded the usual lending procedures due to misplacement, damage, non-registration, theft or non-returns.
    Ex. The larger the catalogue, the greater the chances of misfiling, and the more likely it is that wear and tear will cause problems.
    * * *
    (n./adj.) = misplacement, misfiling

    Ex: Wastage is sometimes defined as material which temporarily or permanently has evaded the usual lending procedures due to misplacement, damage, non-registration, theft or non-returns.

    Ex: The larger the catalogue, the greater the chances of misfiling, and the more likely it is that wear and tear will cause problems.

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  • 405 mala compañía

    = bad apple, rotten apple, damaged goods
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Recruitment: Advice on how to avoid recruiting ' bad apple''.
    Ex. The party's leader in Brussels said that any ' rotten apples' could contaminate the European Union.
    Ex. They are seen as basket cases, ' damaged goods', the vulnerable children of the world who need the help and protection of the UN, NGOs and armies of therapists from the West.
    * * *
    = bad apple, rotten apple, damaged goods

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Recruitment: Advice on how to avoid recruiting ' bad apple''.

    Ex: The party's leader in Brussels said that any ' rotten apples' could contaminate the European Union.
    Ex: They are seen as basket cases, ' damaged goods', the vulnerable children of the world who need the help and protection of the UN, NGOs and armies of therapists from the West.

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  • 406 mala conducta científica

    Ex. The author of 'Glory days or the lure of scientific misconduct' looks at fabrication, falsification and plagiarism in scientific research.
    * * *

    Ex: The author of 'Glory days or the lure of scientific misconduct' looks at fabrication, falsification and plagiarism in scientific research.

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  • 407 mala decisión

    f.
    bad decision, bad move.
    * * *
    Ex. However, what is considered good judgement in one culture is often considered bad judgement within another culture.
    * * *

    Ex: However, what is considered good judgement in one culture is often considered bad judgement within another culture.

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  • 408 mala experiencia

    (n.) = horror story
    Ex. All I wanted to underscore with these four horror stories is that the judicious, discretionary assignment of added entries can either powerfully inhibit or promote access to the documents.
    * * *

    Ex: All I wanted to underscore with these four horror stories is that the judicious, discretionary assignment of added entries can either powerfully inhibit or promote access to the documents.

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  • 409 mala fama

    f.
    ill repute, disrepute, bad name, bad reputation.
    * * *
    (n.) = ill-repute, bad repute, bad reputation, ill reputation
    Ex. In olden days, women of ill-repute would put a red light bulb in their front porch light socket.
    Ex. If you want to see a public institution in bad repute, look at the data on how the public views the press.
    Ex. While it is much better to get off to a good start to begin with, there are things that can be done to clean up a bad reputation.
    Ex. Untruth brings about ill reputation and indignity.
    * * *
    (n.) = ill-repute, bad repute, bad reputation, ill reputation

    Ex: In olden days, women of ill-repute would put a red light bulb in their front porch light socket.

    Ex: If you want to see a public institution in bad repute, look at the data on how the public views the press.
    Ex: While it is much better to get off to a good start to begin with, there are things that can be done to clean up a bad reputation.
    Ex: Untruth brings about ill reputation and indignity.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mala fama

  • 410 mala gestión

    Ex. The Arab-Israeli conflict is, to a larger degree, a result of British mismanagement of the nationalistic ideals of both the Jews and the Arabs.
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    Ex: The Arab-Israeli conflict is, to a larger degree, a result of British mismanagement of the nationalistic ideals of both the Jews and the Arabs.

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  • 411 mala influencia

    (n.) = bad seed, bad influence
    Ex. The 1956 movie 'The Bad Seed' provided a lasting cultural reference point for children who have attracted national attention for their asocial and violently structured lives.
    Ex. This paper suggests that forced consensus in collaborative writing is a bad influence on imaginative scholars.
    * * *
    (n.) = bad seed, bad influence

    Ex: The 1956 movie 'The Bad Seed' provided a lasting cultural reference point for children who have attracted national attention for their asocial and violently structured lives.

    Ex: This paper suggests that forced consensus in collaborative writing is a bad influence on imaginative scholars.

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  • 412 mala interpretación

    f.
    misinterpretation, misunderstanding, misconception, mistaking.
    * * *
    Ex. In this case all the works of a given author will be assembled on the shelf under his/her name as well, so it is not really in conflict and I think there is a misinterpretation.
    * * *

    Ex: In this case all the works of a given author will be assembled on the shelf under his/her name as well, so it is not really in conflict and I think there is a misinterpretation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mala interpretación

  • 413 mala leche

    f.
    ill nature, bitchiness, bad blood.
    * * *
    femenino (fam): lo hizo con malo malo he did it deliberately o to be nasty; está de malo malo (Esp) she's in a foul mood (colloq); qué malo malo, se ha puesto a llover! (Esp) what a drag! it's started raining (colloq)
    * * *
    = nastiness, bad blood
    Ex. He began swearing and saying 'I don't know what you're on about, whatever we do, it's wrong!' and of course I answered his nastiness back.
    Ex. The conventional explanation of bad blood between Koreans and Japanese isthe 35 years of harsh Japanese occupation of Korea from 1910 to 1945.
    * * *
    femenino (fam): lo hizo con malo malo he did it deliberately o to be nasty; está de malo malo (Esp) she's in a foul mood (colloq); qué malo malo, se ha puesto a llover! (Esp) what a drag! it's started raining (colloq)
    * * *
    = nastiness, bad blood

    Ex: He began swearing and saying 'I don't know what you're on about, whatever we do, it's wrong!' and of course I answered his nastiness back.

    Ex: The conventional explanation of bad blood between Koreans and Japanese isthe 35 years of harsh Japanese occupation of Korea from 1910 to 1945.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mala leche

  • 414 mala ordenación

    (n./adj.) = misfiling
    Ex. The larger the catalogue, the greater the chances of misfiling, and the more likely it is that wear and tear will cause problems.
    * * *
    (n./adj.) = misfiling

    Ex: The larger the catalogue, the greater the chances of misfiling, and the more likely it is that wear and tear will cause problems.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mala ordenación

  • 415 mala palabra

    f.
    dirty word, curse word, swearword, F-word.
    * * *
    femenino (esp AmL) rude o dirty word
    * * *
    (n.) = dirty word
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Profit is not a dirty word: an argument for and development of fee-for-service programs in medical libraries'.
    * * *
    femenino (esp AmL) rude o dirty word
    * * *
    (n.) = dirty word

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Profit is not a dirty word: an argument for and development of fee-for-service programs in medical libraries'.

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  • 416 mala persona

    f.
    bad person, bad lot, rip, person in whom one cannot trust.
    * * *
    = rotten apple, a bad lot
    Ex. The party's leader in Brussels said that any ' rotten apples' could contaminate the European Union.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Illegals not such a bad lot'.
    * * *
    = rotten apple, a bad lot

    Ex: The party's leader in Brussels said that any ' rotten apples' could contaminate the European Union.

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Illegals not such a bad lot'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mala persona

  • 417 mala racha económica

    Ex. People on both sides noted sardonically that economic doldrums were forcing Croats to turn to Serbs to help save them.
    * * *

    Ex: People on both sides noted sardonically that economic doldrums were forcing Croats to turn to Serbs to help save them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mala racha económica

  • 418 mala reputación

    f.
    bad name, disrepute, ill fame, bad reputation.
    * * *
    (n.) = ill-repute, bad repute, bad reputation, ill reputation
    Ex. In olden days, women of ill-repute would put a red light bulb in their front porch light socket.
    Ex. If you want to see a public institution in bad repute, look at the data on how the public views the press.
    Ex. While it is much better to get off to a good start to begin with, there are things that can be done to clean up a bad reputation.
    Ex. Untruth brings about ill reputation and indignity.
    * * *
    (n.) = ill-repute, bad repute, bad reputation, ill reputation

    Ex: In olden days, women of ill-repute would put a red light bulb in their front porch light socket.

    Ex: If you want to see a public institution in bad repute, look at the data on how the public views the press.
    Ex: While it is much better to get off to a good start to begin with, there are things that can be done to clean up a bad reputation.
    Ex: Untruth brings about ill reputation and indignity.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mala reputación

  • 419 mala salud

    f.
    ill health, sickliness, broken health, unfitness.
    * * *
    (n.) = poor health
    Ex. Much of his later life he lived in reclusion, loneliness, poor health, and despair.
    * * *

    Ex: Much of his later life he lived in reclusion, loneliness, poor health, and despair.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mala salud

  • 420 mala semilla

    (n.) = bad seed
    Ex. The 1956 movie 'The Bad Seed' provided a lasting cultural reference point for children who have attracted national attention for their asocial and violently structured lives.
    * * *
    (n.) = bad seed

    Ex: The 1956 movie 'The Bad Seed' provided a lasting cultural reference point for children who have attracted national attention for their asocial and violently structured lives.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mala semilla

См. также в других словарях:

  • Suerte — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar al autor princi …   Wikipedia Español

  • suerte — (f) (Básico) acontecimientos imprevistos, tanto positivos como negativos, que ocurren al azar Ejemplos: El trébol de cuatro hojas es un símbolo de buena suerte. Pasar por debajo de una escalera trae mala suerte. Colocaciones: tener suerte… …   Español Extremo Basic and Intermediate

  • mala pata — mala suerte; revés; infortunio; accidente; cf. mala cueva, mala raja, tener mala pata; mala pata no más: el que llega primero toma el mejor asiento , tuve mala pata en la competencia; se me reventó un neumático en la última vuelta , Profesor,… …   Diccionario de chileno actual

  • cenizo — ► adjetivo 1 Que tiene un color parecido al de la ceniza. SINÓNIMO ceniciento ► sustantivo 2 coloquial Persona que tiene o trae mala suerte, gafe: ■ era un cenizo en todas sus cosas. ► sustantivo masculino 3 …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • gafe — ► adjetivo/ sustantivo masculino femenino Que trae mala suerte o desgracia con su presencia: ■ no le invitaron a la fiesta porque tenía fama de persona gafe. SINÓNIMO cenizo * * * gafe (relac. con «gafa») 1 (inf.) adj. y n. m. Se aplica a la… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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  • Madera — I (Del lat. materia.) ► sustantivo femenino 1 BOTÁNICA Parte sólida de los árboles situada debajo de la corteza: ■ la madera del roble se usa en carpintería. SINÓNIMO palo 2 coloquial Talento o disposición natural de las personas para una… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Triscaidecafobia — La triscaidecafobia es el miedo irracional al número 13. Se considera normalmente una superstición. La fobia específica al viernes 13 se llama paraskavedekatriafobia o friggatriscaidecafobia o tocaidecamestafobia mientras que la fobia al martes… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Argel — ► adjetivo/ sustantivo masculino Se aplica a la caballería que tiene sólo blanco el pie derecho. * * * argel (del ár. and. «arğál») 1 adj. y n. m. Se aplica al *caballo que sólo tiene blanco el pie derecho. 2 (Arg., Par.) Se aplica al caballo que …   Enciclopedia Universal

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  • Anexo:Sectores de Los Chicos del Barrio — Esta es una Lista de Sectores de la serie de televisión de Cartoon Network KND: Los Chicos del Barrio. Contenido 1 Sector A 2 Sector B 3 Sector C 4 Sector D …   Wikipedia Español


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