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  • 1 adquirido

    adj.
    1 acquired.
    2 acquired, accessional, acquisitus, developed after birth as a reaction to the environment.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: adquirir.
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    1→ link=adquirir adquirir
    1 acquired
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    ADJ
    * * *
    Ex. A good librarian has a complex combination of personality traits and learned skills, and little of the former can be taught in the library science classroom.
    ----
    * adquirido con el transcurso del tiempo = time-based.
    * adquirido con la experiencia = experiential.
    * adquirido con la práctica = experiential.
    * enfermedad adquirida = acquired disorder.
    * infección adquirida en el hospital = hospital-acquired infection.
    * SIDA (Síndrome de Inmunodeficiencia Adquirida) = AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome).
    * * *

    Ex: A good librarian has a complex combination of personality traits and learned skills, and little of the former can be taught in the library science classroom.

    * adquirido con el transcurso del tiempo = time-based.
    * adquirido con la experiencia = experiential.
    * adquirido con la práctica = experiential.
    * enfermedad adquirida = acquired disorder.
    * infección adquirida en el hospital = hospital-acquired infection.
    * SIDA (Síndrome de Inmunodeficiencia Adquirida) = AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome).

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    adquirido, -a adj
    acquired;
    tener derecho adquirido sobre algo to have acquired a right to sth
    * * *
    adquirido, -da adj
    1) : acquired
    2)
    mal adquirido : ill-gotten

    Spanish-English dictionary > adquirido

  • 2 atracón

    m.
    1 overeating, gorging, binge eating.
    2 big meal, big feed, blow-out.
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    1 familiar binge, blowout
    \
    darse/pegarse un atracón to make a pig of oneself
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    masculino (fam)
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    = binge, binging, big meal, feast, binge eating.
    Ex. Despite the vast monetary resources involved, America's imprisonment binge has had only minimal effects on crime.
    Ex. A feminist theory of eating problems (anorexia, bulimia, extensive dieting, & binging) is developed.
    Ex. The evidence is mounting that many small meals are more effective at adding muscle and cutting fat than fewer big meals.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Digital feast and famine in US'.
    Ex. Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    ----
    * atracón de bebida = binge drinking.
    * atracón de comida = binge eating.
    * darse una atracón = pig out (on).
    * darse un atracón = make + a pig of + Reflexivo, stuff + Posesivo + face.
    * * *
    masculino (fam)
    * * *
    = binge, binging, big meal, feast, binge eating.

    Ex: Despite the vast monetary resources involved, America's imprisonment binge has had only minimal effects on crime.

    Ex: A feminist theory of eating problems (anorexia, bulimia, extensive dieting, & binging) is developed.
    Ex: The evidence is mounting that many small meals are more effective at adding muscle and cutting fat than fewer big meals.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Digital feast and famine in US'.
    Ex: Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    * atracón de bebida = binge drinking.
    * atracón de comida = binge eating.
    * darse una atracón = pig out (on).
    * darse un atracón = make + a pig of + Reflexivo, stuff + Posesivo + face.

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    ( fam)
    se dio un atracón de paella he gorged himself on o ( colloq) stuffed himself with paella, he pigged out on paella ( colloq)
    * * *

    atracón sustantivo masculino (fam):
    se dio un atracón de paella he stuffed himself with paella (colloq)

    atracón m fam blowout: ayer nos dimos un buen atracón, we made pigs of ourselves yesterday

    ' atracón' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    panzada
    English:
    binge
    - stuff
    * * *
    Fam
    1. [comilona]
    darse un atracón de algo [de comida] to stuff one's face with sth;
    [de películas, televisión] to overdose on sth
    2. Ven [embotellamiento] traffic jam
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    m
    :
    darse un atracón de stuff o.s. with fam ;
    hoy me he dado un atracón de trabajar fam I’ve done more than enough work for the day

    Spanish-English dictionary > atracón

  • 3 atracón de comida

    (n.) = binge eating
    Ex. Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    * * *

    Ex: Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).

    Spanish-English dictionary > atracón de comida

  • 4 autoritario

    adj.
    1 authoritative, powerful, commanding, dominant.
    Se me pasó el bus I missed the bus.
    2 authoritarian, despotic, dictatorial, domineering.
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    1 authoritarian
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    (f. - autoritaria)
    adj.
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    autoritario, -a
    ADJ SM / F authoritarian
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    - ria adjetivo authoritarian
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    = authoritarian, imperious, assertive, dictatorial, authoritative, controlling, bossy [bossier -comp., bossiest -sup.], peremptory, overbearing.
    Ex. Examples would include deliberately contriving an authoritarian atmosphere, either institutional, by means of rules and regulations, or personal, by means of academic status, for instance.
    Ex. As she ascended the staircase to the library director's office, she tried to fathom the reason for the imperious summons.
    Ex. I tried to say at the very outset of my remarks that there probably has not been sufficient consumer-like and assertive leverage exerted upon our chief suppliers.
    Ex. However, her strong-mindedness, dictatorial tactics, and attempts to dominate her teachers and staff have made her many enemies.
    Ex. While the operating instructions must be regarded as authoritative, they should not be seen as sacrosanct tablets of stone.
    Ex. The implications here are that the organizational climate must be nurturing rather than coercive, empowering rather than controlling.
    Ex. Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity ( bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    Ex. The author's argumentation is vehement, sometimes peremptory, but not conclusive.
    Ex. Overbearing parents are likely to raise obsessive kids, according to a new study.
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    - ria adjetivo authoritarian
    * * *
    = authoritarian, imperious, assertive, dictatorial, authoritative, controlling, bossy [bossier -comp., bossiest -sup.], peremptory, overbearing.

    Ex: Examples would include deliberately contriving an authoritarian atmosphere, either institutional, by means of rules and regulations, or personal, by means of academic status, for instance.

    Ex: As she ascended the staircase to the library director's office, she tried to fathom the reason for the imperious summons.
    Ex: I tried to say at the very outset of my remarks that there probably has not been sufficient consumer-like and assertive leverage exerted upon our chief suppliers.
    Ex: However, her strong-mindedness, dictatorial tactics, and attempts to dominate her teachers and staff have made her many enemies.
    Ex: While the operating instructions must be regarded as authoritative, they should not be seen as sacrosanct tablets of stone.
    Ex: The implications here are that the organizational climate must be nurturing rather than coercive, empowering rather than controlling.
    Ex: Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity ( bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    Ex: The author's argumentation is vehement, sometimes peremptory, but not conclusive.
    Ex: Overbearing parents are likely to raise obsessive kids, according to a new study.

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    1 ‹gobierno/doctrina› authoritarian
    2 ‹persona/carácter› authoritarian
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    autoritario
    ◊ - ria adjetivo

    authoritarian
    autoritario,-a adjetivo authoritarian

    ' autoritario' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    autoritaria
    English:
    authoritarian
    - authoritative
    - masterful
    - overbearing
    - assertive
    - commanding
    * * *
    autoritario, -a
    adj
    1. [persona] authoritarian
    2. [gobierno] authoritarian
    nm,f
    authoritarian
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    adj authoritarian
    * * *
    : authoritarian

    Spanish-English dictionary > autoritario

  • 5 bien común, el

    (n.) = common good, the, common wealth, the
    Ex. How agreeable life could be if only people would stop mistrusting each other and learn to work for the common good instead of for their own personal aggrandizement.
    Ex. Masons perceived themselves as engaged in the creation of a new man possessing the traits necessary for the maintenance of the social order and the improvement of the common wealth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > bien común, el

  • 6 característica

    adj.&f.
    feminine of CARACTERÍSTICO.
    f.
    characteristic, aspect, feature, peculiarity.
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    1 characteristic
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    1. noun f.
    characteristic, feature, trait
    2. f., (m. - característico)
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    SF characteristic, feature
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    1) ( rasgo) feature, characteristic
    2) (Mat) characteristic
    3) (RPl) (Telec) exchange code
    * * *
    = attribute, character, characteristic, feature, peculiarity, trait, contour, distinctive feature, character trait.
    Ex. A characteristic of subdivision is an attribute or property which all concepts in a given facet have in common, and by which isolates can be grouped.
    Ex. Close attention to the role of the computer specialist reveals more of the character of reference activities.
    Ex. Of the two characteristics of indexing, exhaustivity affect two important measures of the efficiency of an information retrieval system.
    Ex. The features which contribute to UDC's suitability for detailed indexing are particularly valued in special libraries.
    Ex. For, as Panizzi saw it, 'A reader may know the work he requires; he cannot be expected to know all the peculiarities of different editions; and this information he has a right to expect from the catalogues'.
    Ex. The reasonable reader readily sees that most of these traits should be acquired and fostered early in life.
    Ex. As a result, requesters have turned to the courts to define the contours of public access in the computer age.
    Ex. The distinctive feature of the library is the dome-shaped ceiling with cross beams in stained pine.
    Ex. Personality theory based on genetics is used to trace inherited character traits in European royalty.
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    * asumir una característica + Adjetivo = take on + Adjetivo + character.
    * característica común = common denominator.
    * característica de división = characteristic of division.
    * característica de la división = characteristic of division.
    * característica de la subdivisión = characteristic of subdivision.
    * característica del surco = groove characteristic.
    * característica distintiva = stock-in-trade, distinctive feature.
    * característica física = physical characteristic.
    * característica personal = personality trait, personality characteristic.
    * característica propia = trademark.
    * características = profile, face, make-up [makeup].
    * características comunes = commonness.
    * características culturales = cultural background.
    * características económicas = economic background.
    * características geográficas = geographical background.
    * características políticas = political background.
    * características religiosas = religious background.
    * características técnicas = technical specification, technical features, technical data.
    * característica técnica = spec.
    * con las características similares a las de texto = text-like.
    * describir las características de = characterise [characterize, -USA].
    * establecer características = lay down + features.
    * tener características en común = share + similarities.
    * URC (Características Uniformes de Recursos) = URC (Uniform Resource Characteristics).
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    1) ( rasgo) feature, characteristic
    2) (Mat) characteristic
    3) (RPl) (Telec) exchange code
    * * *
    = attribute, character, characteristic, feature, peculiarity, trait, contour, distinctive feature, character trait.

    Ex: A characteristic of subdivision is an attribute or property which all concepts in a given facet have in common, and by which isolates can be grouped.

    Ex: Close attention to the role of the computer specialist reveals more of the character of reference activities.
    Ex: Of the two characteristics of indexing, exhaustivity affect two important measures of the efficiency of an information retrieval system.
    Ex: The features which contribute to UDC's suitability for detailed indexing are particularly valued in special libraries.
    Ex: For, as Panizzi saw it, 'A reader may know the work he requires; he cannot be expected to know all the peculiarities of different editions; and this information he has a right to expect from the catalogues'.
    Ex: The reasonable reader readily sees that most of these traits should be acquired and fostered early in life.
    Ex: As a result, requesters have turned to the courts to define the contours of public access in the computer age.
    Ex: The distinctive feature of the library is the dome-shaped ceiling with cross beams in stained pine.
    Ex: Personality theory based on genetics is used to trace inherited character traits in European royalty.
    * asumir una característica + Adjetivo = take on + Adjetivo + character.
    * característica común = common denominator.
    * característica de división = characteristic of division.
    * característica de la división = characteristic of division.
    * característica de la subdivisión = characteristic of subdivision.
    * característica del surco = groove characteristic.
    * característica distintiva = stock-in-trade, distinctive feature.
    * característica física = physical characteristic.
    * característica personal = personality trait, personality characteristic.
    * característica propia = trademark.
    * características = profile, face, make-up [makeup].
    * características comunes = commonness.
    * características culturales = cultural background.
    * características económicas = economic background.
    * características geográficas = geographical background.
    * características políticas = political background.
    * características religiosas = religious background.
    * características técnicas = technical specification, technical features, technical data.
    * característica técnica = spec.
    * con las características similares a las de texto = text-like.
    * describir las características de = characterise [characterize, -USA].
    * establecer características = lay down + features.
    * tener características en común = share + similarities.
    * URC (Características Uniformes de Recursos) = URC (Uniform Resource Characteristics).

    * * *
    A (rasgo, peculiaridad) feature, characteristic
    B ( Mat) characteristic
    C ( RPl) ( Telec) exchange code
    * * *

     

    característica sustantivo femenino

    b) (RPl) (Telec) exchange code

    característico,-a adjetivo characteristic: eso es muy característico de Juan, that's typical of Juan
    característica sustantivo femenino characteristic
    ' característica' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acento
    - común
    - dominar
    - heredar
    - mestizaje
    - particularidad
    - presidir
    - propiedad
    - constante
    - distintivo
    - rasgo
    English:
    characteristic
    - feature
    - hooked
    - inner city
    - irony
    - peculiarity
    - quality
    - unpleasantness
    * * *
    1. [rasgo] characteristic, feature
    2. Mat characteristic
    3. Am [prefijo] area code
    * * *
    f
    1 characteristic
    2 L.Am.
    TELEC area code
    * * *
    rasgo: trait, feature, characteristic
    * * *
    característica n characteristic / feature
    ¿cuál es su característica más evidente? what is his most obvious characteristic?

    Spanish-English dictionary > característica

  • 7 característica personal

    (n.) = personality trait, personality characteristic
    Ex. A good librarian has a complex combination of personality traits and learned skills, and little of the former can be taught in the library science classroom.
    Ex. This article is all about the key personality characteristics that can either lead to success or failure.
    * * *
    (n.) = personality trait, personality characteristic

    Ex: A good librarian has a complex combination of personality traits and learned skills, and little of the former can be taught in the library science classroom.

    Ex: This article is all about the key personality characteristics that can either lead to success or failure.

    Spanish-English dictionary > característica personal

  • 8 comilona

    f.
    1 blow-out (party).
    2 big meal, banquet, feast, huge meal.
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    1 big meal, blowout
    * * *
    femenino (fam) feast (colloq)

    nos dimos/pegamos una comilona — we had a blowout

    * * *
    = binge, big meal, feast, binge eating.
    Ex. Despite the vast monetary resources involved, America's imprisonment binge has had only minimal effects on crime.
    Ex. The evidence is mounting that many small meals are more effective at adding muscle and cutting fat than fewer big meals.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Digital feast and famine in US'.
    Ex. Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    ----
    * darse una comilona = pig out (on).
    * darse un atracón = make + a pig of + Reflexivo.
    * * *
    femenino (fam) feast (colloq)

    nos dimos/pegamos una comilona — we had a blowout

    * * *
    = binge, big meal, feast, binge eating.

    Ex: Despite the vast monetary resources involved, America's imprisonment binge has had only minimal effects on crime.

    Ex: The evidence is mounting that many small meals are more effective at adding muscle and cutting fat than fewer big meals.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Digital feast and famine in US'.
    Ex: Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity (bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    * darse una comilona = pig out (on).
    * darse un atracón = make + a pig of + Reflexivo.

    * * *
    ( fam)
    feast ( colloq)
    organizaron una comilona de antología they laid on a magnificent spread o a great feast o a lavish meal
    nos dimos/pegamos una gran comilona para celebrarlo we had a blowout o ( BrE) a slap-up meal to celebrate
    * * *

    comilona sustantivo femenino (fam) feast (colloq);

    comilón,-ona
    I adjetivo with a large appetite, gluttonous
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino big eater, glutton
    comilona sustantivo femenino familiar big meal, feast

    ' comilona' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    panzada
    English:
    binge
    - blowout
    - nosh
    - spread
    - blow
    * * *
    Fam [festín] blow-out, Br slap-up meal;
    darse una comilona to have a blow-out o Br a slap-up meal
    * * *
    f fam
    feast, blowout fam
    I adj greedy
    II m, comilona f big eater
    * * *
    comilona nf, fam : feast

    Spanish-English dictionary > comilona

  • 9 cualidad

    f.
    1 quality.
    2 attribute, peculiarity, quality.
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    1 (de persona) quality, attribute
    2 (de cosa) quality, property
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    noun f.
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=virtud) quality; (=talento) talent

    su principal cualidad era la lealtad — loyalty was their main virtue, their foremost quality was loyalty

    2) (=atributo) attribute, characteristic
    3) (Fís, Fil) property
    * * *
    a) (virtud, aptitud) quality
    b) ( característica) quality
    * * *
    = attribute, quality, strength, gift, character trait.
    Ex. A characteristic of subdivision is an attribute or property which all concepts in a given facet have in common, and by which isolates can be grouped.
    Ex. The search profile will only be modified periodically as the quality of the set of notifications output from the search drops to unacceptable levels.
    Ex. One particular strength is that it is possible both to specify the area and the subject of the map.
    Ex. The writer's gift is to orchestrate words in print better than the rest of us.
    Ex. Personality theory based on genetics is used to trace inherited character traits in European royalty.
    ----
    * con cualidades humanas = anthropomorphic.
    * cualidad de lo que constituye ser un registro = recordness.
    * cualidades = competence.
    * cualidades empresariales = entrepreneurial skills.
    * cualidades personales = personal qualities.
    * diferir en cualidad = differ in + kind (from).
    * exageración de las cualidades de Algo = overselling.
    * exagerar las cualidades de Algo = oversell.
    * hacer resaltar las mejores cualidades de = bring out + the best in.
    * poner de manifiesto las mejores cualidades de = bring out + the best in.
    * potenciar las mejores cualidades de = bring out + the best in.
    * sacar a relucir las mejores cualidades de = bring out + the best in.
    * tener cualidades + Adjetivo = be of + Adjetivo + quality.
    * * *
    a) (virtud, aptitud) quality
    b) ( característica) quality
    * * *
    = attribute, quality, strength, gift, character trait.

    Ex: A characteristic of subdivision is an attribute or property which all concepts in a given facet have in common, and by which isolates can be grouped.

    Ex: The search profile will only be modified periodically as the quality of the set of notifications output from the search drops to unacceptable levels.
    Ex: One particular strength is that it is possible both to specify the area and the subject of the map.
    Ex: The writer's gift is to orchestrate words in print better than the rest of us.
    Ex: Personality theory based on genetics is used to trace inherited character traits in European royalty.
    * con cualidades humanas = anthropomorphic.
    * cualidad de lo que constituye ser un registro = recordness.
    * cualidades = competence.
    * cualidades empresariales = entrepreneurial skills.
    * cualidades personales = personal qualities.
    * diferir en cualidad = differ in + kind (from).
    * exageración de las cualidades de Algo = overselling.
    * exagerar las cualidades de Algo = oversell.
    * hacer resaltar las mejores cualidades de = bring out + the best in.
    * poner de manifiesto las mejores cualidades de = bring out + the best in.
    * potenciar las mejores cualidades de = bring out + the best in.
    * sacar a relucir las mejores cualidades de = bring out + the best in.
    * tener cualidades + Adjetivo = be of + Adjetivo + quality.

    * * *
    1 (virtud, aptitud) quality
    tiene muy buenas cualidades she has many good qualities
    entre sus cualidades no se cuenta la paciencia patience is not one of his virtues
    las cualidades de la lana the qualities o properties of wool
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    cualidad sustantivo femenino
    quality
    cualidad sustantivo femenino quality
    ' cualidad' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adherencia
    - arbitrariedad
    - de
    - despiste
    - desplegar
    - ser
    - estiramiento
    - exquisitez
    - frivolidad
    - honor
    - incapaz
    - injusticia
    - notable
    - novedad
    - pecar
    - perder
    - presumir
    - propiedad
    - rareza
    - relativa
    - relativo
    - respirar
    - resplandecer
    - revestir
    - ridiculez
    - rozar
    - selectividad
    - tacto
    - tontería
    - trivialidad
    - vaguedad
    - virtud
    - admirar
    - amabilidad
    - astucia
    - atributo
    - atrocidad
    - belleza
    - complicación
    - criminalidad
    - curiosidad
    - decisión
    - descortesía
    - determinación
    - dignidad
    - divinidad
    - estupidez
    - evidencia
    - excelencia
    - extravagancia
    English:
    check
    - decision
    - exude
    - merit
    - point
    - quality
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    1. [característica] characteristic, quality;
    su cualidad más destacada es la conductividad its most notable characteristic o property is its conductivity
    2. [virtud] quality;
    tiene buenas cualidades para la música she has an aptitude for music
    * * *
    f quality
    * * *
    : quality, trait
    * * *
    cualidad n quality [pl. qualities]

    Spanish-English dictionary > cualidad

  • 10 célebres, los

    = notorious, the
    Ex. Biographers will find many, hitherto undiscovered, traits of character or quirks of career of the famous or notorious emerging out of apparently insignificant or unremarked ephemera.

    Spanish-English dictionary > célebres, los

  • 11 desapercibido

    adj.
    1 unnoticed, unobserved, un-noticed, unperceived.
    2 unprepared, not ready, unaware.
    * * *
    1 (inadvertido) unnoticed
    2 (desprevenido) unprepared, unready
    \
    pasar desapercibido,-a to go unnoticed
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=no visto) unnoticed
    2) (=desprevenido) unprepared
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    * * *
    = unnoticed, unseen, unrecognised [unrecognized, -USA], unnoted, unobserved.
    Ex. By retrieving and bringing together these two literatures, that implicit unstated, and perhaps unnoticed hypothesis becomes apparent.
    Ex. But he was wiry and wily, too, and he could often out-run, track, back-track, double-back, and finally dodge unseen in the subway.
    Ex. It is undeniable that the ripest crop of unrecognised great inventors, long-lost heirs to dormant peerages, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
    Ex. This approach draws attention to hitherto unnoted relationships among concepts.
    Ex. Differentials long attributed to marital status may in part reflect previously unobserved effects of sexual orientation.
    ----
    * como un observador que pasa desapercibido = fly-on-the-wall.
    * desapercibido (que pasa) = unremarked.
    * pasando desapercibido = unobtrusively, unnoticeably.
    * pasar desapercibido = be unnoticeable, go + unnoticed, lie + unnoticed, remain + unnoticed, slip by + unnoticed, become + unnoticeable, go + unrecognised, be an invisible fly on the wall, go + unnoted, lie + forgotten, sneak under + the radar.
    * que pasa desapercibido = inconspicuous, unobserved.
    * salir desapercibido = sneak out of.
    * tratar de pasar desapercibido = keep + a low profile, lie + low.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo
    * * *
    desapercibido (que pasa)
    (adj.) = unremarked

    Ex: Biographers will find many, hitherto undiscovered, traits of character or quirks of career of the famous or notorious emerging out of apparently insignificant or unremarked ephemera.

    = unnoticed, unseen, unrecognised [unrecognized, -USA], unnoted, unobserved.

    Ex: By retrieving and bringing together these two literatures, that implicit unstated, and perhaps unnoticed hypothesis becomes apparent.

    Ex: But he was wiry and wily, too, and he could often out-run, track, back-track, double-back, and finally dodge unseen in the subway.
    Ex: It is undeniable that the ripest crop of unrecognised great inventors, long-lost heirs to dormant peerages, and assorted harmless drudges is to be gathered in the great general libraries of our major cities.
    Ex: This approach draws attention to hitherto unnoted relationships among concepts.
    Ex: Differentials long attributed to marital status may in part reflect previously unobserved effects of sexual orientation.
    * como un observador que pasa desapercibido = fly-on-the-wall.
    * desapercibido (que pasa) = unremarked.
    * pasando desapercibido = unobtrusively, unnoticeably.
    * pasar desapercibido = be unnoticeable, go + unnoticed, lie + unnoticed, remain + unnoticed, slip by + unnoticed, become + unnoticeable, go + unrecognised, be an invisible fly on the wall, go + unnoted, lie + forgotten, sneak under + the radar.
    * que pasa desapercibido = inconspicuous, unobserved.
    * salir desapercibido = sneak out of.
    * tratar de pasar desapercibido = keep + a low profile, lie + low.

    * * *
    pasar desapercibido to go unnoticed
    no pasó desapercibido su comentario his comment did not go unnoticed
    * * *

    desapercibido
    ◊ -da adjetivo: pasar desapercibido to go unnoticed

    desapercibido,-a adj (sin ser notado) unnoticed: intentaba pasar desapercibido, he was trying to go unnoticed

    ' desapercibido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    desapercibida
    English:
    jump out
    - slip past
    - unnoticed
    - unobserved
    - detection
    - profile
    - skulk
    * * *
    desapercibido, -a adj
    1. [inadvertido] unnoticed;
    pasar desapercibido to go unnoticed;
    su original obra no pasó desapercibida a los expertos the originality of her work didn't go o pass unnoticed by the critics
    2. [desprevenido] unprepared, unready
    * * *
    adj unnoticed;
    pasar desapercibido go unnoticed;
    pillar desapercibido a alguien catch s.o. unawares
    * * *
    desapercibido, -da adj
    1) : unnoticed
    2) desprevenido: unprepared, off guard

    Spanish-English dictionary > desapercibido

  • 12 desapercibido (que pasa)

    (adj.) = unremarked
    Ex. Biographers will find many, hitherto undiscovered, traits of character or quirks of career of the famous or notorious emerging out of apparently insignificant or unremarked ephemera.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desapercibido (que pasa)

  • 13 dominante

    adj.
    1 dominant.
    Se me pasó el bus I missed the bus.
    2 domineering (person).
    f.
    dominant.
    * * *
    1 dominant, dominating
    2 (que prevalece) prevailing, predominating
    3 (que avasalla) domineering
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) (=despótico) domineering
    2) (=predominante) [viento, tendencia, opinión, ideología] dominant, prevailing; [grupo, cultura, rasgo, tema, color] dominant; [papel, rol] dominant, leading
    3) (Bio) [macho, gen] dominant
    4) (Mús) dominant
    2.
    SF (Mús) dominant
    * * *
    1)
    a) <color/tendencia> predominant, dominant; < opinión> prevailing (before n); < cultura> dominant
    b) (Biol, Mús, Astrol) dominant
    2) < persona> domineering
    * * *
    = dominant, pervasive, ruling, domineering, mainline, commanding, all-pervasive [all pervasive], mainstream, suppressive, pervading, dominating, bossy [bossier -comp., bossiest -sup.], bossy boots, overbearing.
    Ex. English is the dominant language for the dissemination of information.
    Ex. The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex. The impulse to learn is a ruling passion in very few people; in most of us it is so weak that a frowning aspect can discourage it.
    Ex. These messages were examined for 'friendly' features, such as politeness, specificity, constructiveness and helpfulness, and for 'unfriendly' features, like the use of cryptic codes or vocabulary, or language which users might find threatening, domineering, or emotive.
    Ex. This is 'scientific journalism' at its worst, but its standards are not wholly different from those of the mainline press.
    Ex. His preference for books rather than journals was more commanding than his preference for poetry rather than prose.
    Ex. Countries should adopt strategies to prepare themselves for the all-pervasive influence of IT in people's lives in the 21st century.
    Ex. Some children may be constrained by a mainstream curriculum that does not match their ability level.
    Ex. Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    Ex. While not addressing specific issues the rejoinder focuses on a few pervading themes.
    Ex. There are different styles of handling interpersonal conflict such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising.
    Ex. Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity ( bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    Ex. With the kids tucked into bed, bossy boots left to fill her empty life with some cocktails.
    Ex. Overbearing parents are likely to raise obsessive kids, according to a new study.
    ----
    * función dominante = alpha role.
    * grupo dominante = dominant group.
    * papel dominante = alpha role.
    * * *
    1)
    a) <color/tendencia> predominant, dominant; < opinión> prevailing (before n); < cultura> dominant
    b) (Biol, Mús, Astrol) dominant
    2) < persona> domineering
    * * *
    = dominant, pervasive, ruling, domineering, mainline, commanding, all-pervasive [all pervasive], mainstream, suppressive, pervading, dominating, bossy [bossier -comp., bossiest -sup.], bossy boots, overbearing.

    Ex: English is the dominant language for the dissemination of information.

    Ex: The unease is pervasive, not an occasional outcropping of discontent.
    Ex: The impulse to learn is a ruling passion in very few people; in most of us it is so weak that a frowning aspect can discourage it.
    Ex: These messages were examined for 'friendly' features, such as politeness, specificity, constructiveness and helpfulness, and for 'unfriendly' features, like the use of cryptic codes or vocabulary, or language which users might find threatening, domineering, or emotive.
    Ex: This is 'scientific journalism' at its worst, but its standards are not wholly different from those of the mainline press.
    Ex: His preference for books rather than journals was more commanding than his preference for poetry rather than prose.
    Ex: Countries should adopt strategies to prepare themselves for the all-pervasive influence of IT in people's lives in the 21st century.
    Ex: Some children may be constrained by a mainstream curriculum that does not match their ability level.
    Ex: Where other women are in position of authority, they are even more suppressive to other women than males.
    Ex: While not addressing specific issues the rejoinder focuses on a few pervading themes.
    Ex: There are different styles of handling interpersonal conflict such as integrating, obliging, dominating, avoiding, and compromising.
    Ex: Regardless of gender, problem drinking was mainly related to traits of negative masculinity ( bossy, noisy, aggressive, etc) whereas binge eating was mainly related to negative femininity (shy, needs approval from others, etc).
    Ex: With the kids tucked into bed, bossy boots left to fill her empty life with some cocktails.
    Ex: Overbearing parents are likely to raise obsessive kids, according to a new study.
    * función dominante = alpha role.
    * grupo dominante = dominant group.
    * papel dominante = alpha role.

    * * *
    A
    1 ‹color/tendencia› predominant, dominant; ‹opinión› prevailing ( before n)
    la nación dominante en este campo the dominant o leading nation in this field
    los tonos dominantes del cuadro the predominant tones in the painting
    el rasgo dominante de su carácter the dominant o most outstanding feature of his personality
    la nota dominante de la jornada fue la tranquilidad calm prevailed throughout the day
    vientos dominantes del sur prevailing southerly winds
    2 ( Biol) dominant
    3 ( Mús) dominant
    4 ( Astrol) dominant
    B ‹persona› domineering
    * * *

    dominante adjetivo
    1
    a)color/tendencia predominant, dominant;

    opinión prevailing ( before n);
    cultura dominant
    b) (Biol, Mús, Astrol) dominant

    2 persona domineering
    dominante adjetivo
    1 (predominante, mayoritario) dominant
    2 (tiránico) domineering
    ' dominante' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    imperiosa
    - imperioso
    - sargento
    - clase
    English:
    commanding
    - dominant
    - domineering
    - mainstream
    - masterful
    - overbearing
    - pervasive
    - self-assertive
    - self-assertiveness
    * * *
    adj
    1. [predominante] [nación, tendencia, característica] dominant;
    [vientos] prevailing;
    el color dominante era el azul the predominant colour was blue;
    la empresa tiene una posición dominante en el sector the company holds a commanding position in the sector;
    lo más dominante en su personalidad es el optimismo his most striking characteristic is his optimism
    2. [persona] domineering
    3. Biol [gen] dominant
    4. Mús dominant
    nf
    1. [característica] predominant feature
    2. Mús dominant
    * * *
    adj dominant; desp
    domineering
    * * *
    1) : dominant
    2) : domineering
    * * *
    dominante adj dominant

    Spanish-English dictionary > dominante

  • 14 en abundancia

    = in plenty, liberally, in abundance, exuberantly, in profusion, aplenty [a-plenty], prodigiously, plentifully
    Ex. Power supply requirements although needed in plenty as suggested before are normally quite basic.
    Ex. Normal telephones should be liberally supplied although shared lines are feasible.
    Ex. Concerned, thoughtful, supportive, humorous -- all those traits lacking from the present boss he has in abundance.
    Ex. With few exceptions the new display types, which proliferated exuberantly during the first quarter of the century, were of three basic varieties.
    Ex. In fact, in recent years especially, exotic forms of bibliography have been spawned in profusion in Britain, North America and Western Europe.
    Ex. The article 'CD-ROM licenses: pitfalls aplenty!' advises how to deal with the licenses which subscribers are required to sign on purchase of CD-ROM products for use in libraries = El artículo "Las licencias de CD-ROM: ¡dificultades a montón!" aconseja cómo negociar las licencias que los suscriptores tienen que firmar al comprar productos CD-ROM para uso en la biblioteca.
    Ex. These nocturnal rampages by gangs of werewolves included chasing women, eating prodigiously, being splattered with mud, and caterwauling generally.
    Ex. They use indigenous plants that grow wild and plentifully near their homes.
    * * *
    = in plenty, liberally, in abundance, exuberantly, in profusion, aplenty [a-plenty], prodigiously, plentifully

    Ex: Power supply requirements although needed in plenty as suggested before are normally quite basic.

    Ex: Normal telephones should be liberally supplied although shared lines are feasible.
    Ex: Concerned, thoughtful, supportive, humorous -- all those traits lacking from the present boss he has in abundance.
    Ex: With few exceptions the new display types, which proliferated exuberantly during the first quarter of the century, were of three basic varieties.
    Ex: In fact, in recent years especially, exotic forms of bibliography have been spawned in profusion in Britain, North America and Western Europe.
    Ex: The article 'CD-ROM licenses: pitfalls aplenty!' advises how to deal with the licenses which subscribers are required to sign on purchase of CD-ROM products for use in libraries = El artículo "Las licencias de CD-ROM: ¡dificultades a montón!" aconseja cómo negociar las licencias que los suscriptores tienen que firmar al comprar productos CD-ROM para uso en la biblioteca.
    Ex: These nocturnal rampages by gangs of werewolves included chasing women, eating prodigiously, being splattered with mud, and caterwauling generally.
    Ex: They use indigenous plants that grow wild and plentifully near their homes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en abundancia

  • 15 en los primeros años de vida

    Ex. The reasonable reader readily sees that most of these traits should be acquired and fostered early in life.
    * * *

    Ex: The reasonable reader readily sees that most of these traits should be acquired and fostered early in life.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en los primeros años de vida

  • 16 excentricidad

    f.
    eccentricity.
    * * *
    1 eccentricity
    * * *
    * * *
    femenino eccentricity
    * * *
    = oddity, quirk, geekiness, eccentricity, eccentricity.
    Ex. A brief description of the catalogue and some of its oddities and idiosyncrasies is given.
    Ex. Biographers will find many, hitherto undiscovered, traits of character or quirks of career of the famous or notorious emerging out of apparently insignificant or unremarked ephemera.
    Ex. We will evaluate proposals on criteria of usefulness, newness, geekiness, and diversity of topics.
    Ex. This animation shows elliptical orbits with different eccentricities.
    Ex. In spite of his growing eccentricity, fruitful ideas continued to spring from his imagination.
    * * *
    femenino eccentricity
    * * *
    = oddity, quirk, geekiness, eccentricity, eccentricity.

    Ex: A brief description of the catalogue and some of its oddities and idiosyncrasies is given.

    Ex: Biographers will find many, hitherto undiscovered, traits of character or quirks of career of the famous or notorious emerging out of apparently insignificant or unremarked ephemera.
    Ex: We will evaluate proposals on criteria of usefulness, newness, geekiness, and diversity of topics.
    Ex: This animation shows elliptical orbits with different eccentricities.
    Ex: In spite of his growing eccentricity, fruitful ideas continued to spring from his imagination.

    * * *
    1 (extravagancia) eccentricity
    2 ( Mat, Tec) eccentricity
    * * *

    excentricidad sustantivo femenino eccentricity
    ' excentricidad' also found in these entries:
    English:
    eccentricity
    - oddity
    * * *
    1. [extravagancia] eccentricity
    2. Geom eccentricity
    * * *
    f eccentricity
    * * *
    : eccentricity

    Spanish-English dictionary > excentricidad

  • 17 excepcional

    adj.
    exceptional.
    * * *
    1 (extraordinario) exceptional, outstanding
    2 (raro) exceptional, unusual
    * * *
    adj.
    exceptional, outstanding
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=anómalo) [medidas, circunstancias] exceptional
    2) (=muy bueno) exceptional
    * * *
    adjetivo exceptional
    * * *
    = exceptional, one-off, outstanding, outstandingly + Adjetivo, with a difference, non-recurrent, out of the ordinary, unusual.
    Ex. All abstracts, barring possibly those of exceptional length, should consist of one paragraph only.
    Ex. Associated with full-time staffing reductions has been the virtual elimination of part-time teachers and ' one-off' expert lecturers.
    Ex. The PRECIS indexing system is a set of procedures for producing index entries which in theoretical terms represents an advance outstanding for its highly formularized approach to citation order and reference, or added entry, generation.
    Ex. It is tempting to quote the tremendous successes of outstandingly popular authors such as Harold Robbins, James Herriot, Catherine Cookson and a relatively small number of other household names (to book readers).
    Ex. The article 'Web authoring with a difference' reviews the current authoring tools available for organizations wishing to become involved in the World Wide Web (WWW).
    Ex. Special grants are defined as grants of a non-recurrent nature to fund (or partly fund) major projects = Las subvenciones especiales se definen como aquellas subvenciones de una naturaleza excepcional para financiar (total o parcialmente) proyectos importantes.
    Ex. In the past, there was a tendency to label a person as abnormal simply because he or she possessed traits that were considered out of the ordinary.
    Ex. If the book has an unusual shape then both the height and the width of the book will be given.
    ----
    * Consejo para los Niños Excepcionales (CEC) = Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).
    * ser algo excepcional = be in a league of its own.
    * ser un caso excepcional = be in a league of its own.
    * * *
    adjetivo exceptional
    * * *
    = exceptional, one-off, outstanding, outstandingly + Adjetivo, with a difference, non-recurrent, out of the ordinary, unusual.

    Ex: All abstracts, barring possibly those of exceptional length, should consist of one paragraph only.

    Ex: Associated with full-time staffing reductions has been the virtual elimination of part-time teachers and ' one-off' expert lecturers.
    Ex: The PRECIS indexing system is a set of procedures for producing index entries which in theoretical terms represents an advance outstanding for its highly formularized approach to citation order and reference, or added entry, generation.
    Ex: It is tempting to quote the tremendous successes of outstandingly popular authors such as Harold Robbins, James Herriot, Catherine Cookson and a relatively small number of other household names (to book readers).
    Ex: The article 'Web authoring with a difference' reviews the current authoring tools available for organizations wishing to become involved in the World Wide Web (WWW).
    Ex: Special grants are defined as grants of a non-recurrent nature to fund (or partly fund) major projects = Las subvenciones especiales se definen como aquellas subvenciones de una naturaleza excepcional para financiar (total o parcialmente) proyectos importantes.
    Ex: In the past, there was a tendency to label a person as abnormal simply because he or she possessed traits that were considered out of the ordinary.
    Ex: If the book has an unusual shape then both the height and the width of the book will be given.
    * Consejo para los Niños Excepcionales (CEC) = Council for Exceptional Children (CEC).
    * ser algo excepcional = be in a league of its own.
    * ser un caso excepcional = be in a league of its own.

    * * *
    exceptional
    un niño de una inteligencia excepcional a child of exceptional intelligence
    realizó una excepcional labor en el campo de la medicina he performed outstanding work in the field of medicine
    el proyecto ha despertado un interés excepcional the project has aroused unusual interest
    recibieron un servicio excepcional they received first-class o exceptional service
    * * *

    excepcional adjetivo ‹caso/circunstancia/talento exceptional;
    contribución/labor outstanding
    excepcional adjetivo exceptional: el marisco es de una calidad excepcional, the seafood is of exceptional quality
    ' excepcional' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    privilegiada
    - privilegiado
    - singular
    - Titán
    - monumento
    English:
    exceptional
    - extraordinary
    - outstanding
    - saving
    - singular
    - unusual
    - rare
    - remarkable
    - superlative
    * * *
    1. [ocasional] exceptional;
    sólo en circunstancias excepcionales only in exceptional circumstances
    2. [extraordinario] exceptional;
    alcanzar el segundo puesto es un logro excepcional reaching second place is an exceptional achievement
    * * *
    adj exceptional
    * * *
    extraordinario: exceptional, extraordinary, rare
    * * *
    excepcional adj exceptional

    Spanish-English dictionary > excepcional

  • 18 extravagancia

    f.
    1 eccentricity.
    2 extravagance, eccentricity, oddity, oddness.
    3 extravagant act, quirk, eccentricity, extravaganza.
    * * *
    1 extravagance, eccentricity
    * * *
    SF
    1) (=cualidad) [de persona, aspecto, ropa] extravagance, outlandishness
    2) (=capricho) whim
    * * *
    femenino ( acto) outrageous thing (to do); ( cualidad) extravagance

    su extravagancia en el vestirthe outlandish o extravagant way he dresses

    * * *
    = flamboyance, extravagance, quirk, outrageousness, exoticism, whimsy, waywardness, geekiness, eccentricity, whim, peculiarity.
    Ex. The flamboyance of the earliest modern face proved evanescent, and it was a restrained interpretation of the design, combining elements of both the English and the French modern faces, that prevailed.
    Ex. Sometimes even an added entry is considered an extravagance.
    Ex. Biographers will find many, hitherto undiscovered, traits of character or quirks of career of the famous or notorious emerging out of apparently insignificant or unremarked ephemera.
    Ex. However, it is ironic that the author's first venture into the world of children's books is a disappointment because it does not have the puerile outrageousness of her 'adult' work.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Diplomatics for photographic images: academic exoticism?'.
    Ex. Science is not necessarily a subject but a means of controlling the waywardness and whimsy to which the mind is susceptible.
    Ex. Science is not necessarily a subject but a means of controlling the waywardness and whimsy to which the mind is susceptible.
    Ex. We will evaluate proposals on criteria of usefulness, newness, geekiness, and diversity of topics.
    Ex. In spite of his growing eccentricity, fruitful ideas continued to spring from his imagination.
    Ex. If terms are drawn from a controlled vocabulary, the selection of index headings no longer depends entirely upon the whim of the author in framing a title.
    Ex. For, as Panizzi saw it, 'A reader may know the work he requires; he cannot be expected to know all the peculiarities of different editions; and this information he has a right to expect from the catalogues'.
    ----
    * extravagancia típica de los hippies = hippiedom.
    * * *
    femenino ( acto) outrageous thing (to do); ( cualidad) extravagance

    su extravagancia en el vestirthe outlandish o extravagant way he dresses

    * * *
    = flamboyance, extravagance, quirk, outrageousness, exoticism, whimsy, waywardness, geekiness, eccentricity, whim, peculiarity.

    Ex: The flamboyance of the earliest modern face proved evanescent, and it was a restrained interpretation of the design, combining elements of both the English and the French modern faces, that prevailed.

    Ex: Sometimes even an added entry is considered an extravagance.
    Ex: Biographers will find many, hitherto undiscovered, traits of character or quirks of career of the famous or notorious emerging out of apparently insignificant or unremarked ephemera.
    Ex: However, it is ironic that the author's first venture into the world of children's books is a disappointment because it does not have the puerile outrageousness of her 'adult' work.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'Diplomatics for photographic images: academic exoticism?'.
    Ex: Science is not necessarily a subject but a means of controlling the waywardness and whimsy to which the mind is susceptible.
    Ex: Science is not necessarily a subject but a means of controlling the waywardness and whimsy to which the mind is susceptible.
    Ex: We will evaluate proposals on criteria of usefulness, newness, geekiness, and diversity of topics.
    Ex: In spite of his growing eccentricity, fruitful ideas continued to spring from his imagination.
    Ex: If terms are drawn from a controlled vocabulary, the selection of index headings no longer depends entirely upon the whim of the author in framing a title.
    Ex: For, as Panizzi saw it, 'A reader may know the work he requires; he cannot be expected to know all the peculiarities of different editions; and this information he has a right to expect from the catalogues'.
    * extravagancia típica de los hippies = hippiedom.

    * * *
    1 (acto) outrageous thing (to do)
    se puede esperar cualquier extravagancia de él he's capable of doing some outrageous o very strange things
    2 (cualidad) extravagance
    su extravagancia en el vestir the outlandish o extravagant o outrageous way he dresses
    * * *

    extravagancia sustantivo femenino ( acto) outrageous thing (to do);
    ( cualidad) extravagance
    extravagancia sustantivo femenino extravagance
    ' extravagancia' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    chifladura
    - decir
    - humorada
    English:
    extravagance
    * * *
    1. [excentricidad] eccentricity
    2. [rareza] outlandishness
    * * *
    f eccentric behavior o Br
    behaviour;
    una de sus extravagancias one of his eccentricities
    * * *
    : extravagance, outlandishness, flamboyance

    Spanish-English dictionary > extravagancia

  • 19 famosos, los

    (n.) = famous, the
    Ex. Biographers will find many, hitherto undiscovered, traits of character or quirks of career of the famous or notorious emerging out of apparently insignificant or unremarked ephemera.

    Spanish-English dictionary > famosos, los

  • 20 fuera de lo común

    out of the ordinary
    * * *
    = eccentric, odd, unordinary, out of the ordinary, a cut above the rest, a cut above
    Ex. School classrooms are sometimes extraordinarily badly designed with poor acoustics, ineffective blackout facilities, and notoriously eccentric electrical outlets.
    Ex. There is little modulation, whole steps of division being short-circuited and an odd assembly of terms being frequently found: e.g.: LAW see also JURY, JUDGES.
    Ex. He developed an alternative and unordinary way of talking about out thoughts.
    Ex. In the past, there was a tendency to label a person as abnormal simply because he or she possessed traits that were considered out of the ordinary.
    Ex. To put it quite simply, the building is a cut above the rest with facilities fitted to the highest standards.
    Ex. The article 'Is Redon a cut above?' critiques the work of Odilon Redon in light of a retrospective exhibition of his paintings, prints and drawings.
    * * *
    = eccentric, odd, unordinary, out of the ordinary, a cut above the rest, a cut above

    Ex: School classrooms are sometimes extraordinarily badly designed with poor acoustics, ineffective blackout facilities, and notoriously eccentric electrical outlets.

    Ex: There is little modulation, whole steps of division being short-circuited and an odd assembly of terms being frequently found: e.g.: LAW see also JURY, JUDGES.
    Ex: He developed an alternative and unordinary way of talking about out thoughts.
    Ex: In the past, there was a tendency to label a person as abnormal simply because he or she possessed traits that were considered out of the ordinary.
    Ex: To put it quite simply, the building is a cut above the rest with facilities fitted to the highest standards.
    Ex: The article 'Is Redon a cut above?' critiques the work of Odilon Redon in light of a retrospective exhibition of his paintings, prints and drawings.

    Spanish-English dictionary > fuera de lo común

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