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  • 101 actuar en consecuencia

    (v.) = act + accordingly
    Ex. Public librarians will have to determine whether these standardization processes are positive and negative, and act accordingly.
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    (v.) = act + accordingly

    Ex: Public librarians will have to determine whether these standardization processes are positive and negative, and act accordingly.

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  • 102 aprobar una propuesta

    (v.) = pass + proposal, pass + proposition
    Ex. One of these proposals, a large jump in the dues for students and retired members, was watered down before finally being passed.
    Ex. Instead, this may come off as a sort of mixed signal considering that God has chosen to smite California right after a proposition was passed banning same sex marriage.
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    (v.) = pass + proposal, pass + proposition

    Ex: One of these proposals, a large jump in the dues for students and retired members, was watered down before finally being passed.

    Ex: Instead, this may come off as a sort of mixed signal considering that God has chosen to smite California right after a proposition was passed banning same sex marriage.

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  • 103 ayer por la tarde

    Ex. These kinds of changes, incidentally, are relatively easy to effect through the sort of authority control system that, may I say, was so brilliantly described yesterday afternoon by Mr. Malinconico.
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    Ex: These kinds of changes, incidentally, are relatively easy to effect through the sort of authority control system that, may I say, was so brilliantly described yesterday afternoon by Mr. Malinconico.

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  • 104 ayer, el

    (n.) = yesteryear
    Ex. Ferreting out amazing treasures from yesteryear, antique dealers buy, sell or trade in a wide range of collectables.

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  • 105 casa del guarda

    (n.) = lodge
    Ex. Dinner will be served in the boma at the Lodge, where you will again spend the night.
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    (n.) = lodge

    Ex: Dinner will be served in the boma at the Lodge, where you will again spend the night.

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa del guarda

  • 106 como consecuencia (de)

    = as a result (of), in the wake of, as a consequence (of)
    Ex. As a result they were obligated to remain generally uninvolved in the patron's efforts to make a decision.
    Ex. Of course uniformity tends to follow in the wake of centralization.
    Ex. As a consequence of this fact the bibliographic control of maps is usually quite good in most countries.

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  • 107 consecuencia de

    = resulting from, secondary to
    Ex. The author discusses recent books and graphic works by this Yugoslav-born artist that express her anguish resulting from the Bosnian War.
    Ex. As tropical countries become common travellers' destinations, more and more returning travellers are expected to present cutaneous lesions secondary to myiasis.
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    = resulting from, secondary to

    Ex: The author discusses recent books and graphic works by this Yugoslav-born artist that express her anguish resulting from the Bosnian War.

    Ex: As tropical countries become common travellers' destinations, more and more returning travellers are expected to present cutaneous lesions secondary to myiasis.

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  • 108 consecuencia directa

    Ex. In turn, a consequential effect is that reference librarians and scholars might end up getting hoodkwinked.
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    Ex: In turn, a consequential effect is that reference librarians and scholars might end up getting hoodkwinked.

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  • 109 consecuencia duradera

    Ex. Last-minute decisions could have long-lasting effect.
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    Ex: Last-minute decisions could have long-lasting effect.

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  • 110 consecuencia natural

    f.
    natural consequence, proximate consequence, outgrowth.
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    (n.) = corollary
    Ex. By observing one characteristic of division at each grouping, the inevitable corollary of this is that some concepts are scattered through their subordination to others.
    * * *
    (n.) = corollary

    Ex: By observing one characteristic of division at each grouping, the inevitable corollary of this is that some concepts are scattered through their subordination to others.

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  • 111 consecuencia nefasta

    Ex. This philosophic novelette dramatizes the conflict between love and reason in the education of the young, showing the disastrous effects of a rigidly scientific pedagogy.
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    Ex: This philosophic novelette dramatizes the conflict between love and reason in the education of the young, showing the disastrous effects of a rigidly scientific pedagogy.

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  • 112 consecuencia negativa

    f.
    adverse consequence.
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    (n.) = blowback
    Ex. If we inflict great misery on innocent people in the Middle East, there will almost certainly be what the CIA refers to as ' blowback' -- unintended negative consequences of our actions.
    * * *
    (n.) = blowback

    Ex: If we inflict great misery on innocent people in the Middle East, there will almost certainly be what the CIA refers to as ' blowback' -- unintended negative consequences of our actions.

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  • 113 consecuencia profunda

    Ex. Research indicates that suicide notes have a profound effect on the grief of those who read them.
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    Ex: Research indicates that suicide notes have a profound effect on the grief of those who read them.

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  • 114 debe por lo tanto ser una consecuencia lógica que

    Ex. As we have already seen, books themselves are of infinite variety and it must therefore follow that the writers of books demonstrate a great diversity too.
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    Ex: As we have already seen, books themselves are of infinite variety and it must therefore follow that the writers of books demonstrate a great diversity too.

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  • 115 del ayer

    adj.
    of yesterday.
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    = of yesteryear, gone by
    Ex. Attendance figures indicated the beginnings of a return to participation by many of the big publishers that shunned the show in recent years, although the mammoth stands of yesteryear remained absent = Las cifras de asistencia mostraban el comienzo de una vuelta a la participación de muchos de los editores que no habían asistido a la exposición en los últimos años, aunque los estands gigantescos de antaño seguían estando ausentes.
    Ex. I hope my stroll down memory lane has stirred some long forgotten rememberances of good times gone by.
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    = of yesteryear, gone by

    Ex: Attendance figures indicated the beginnings of a return to participation by many of the big publishers that shunned the show in recent years, although the mammoth stands of yesteryear remained absent = Las cifras de asistencia mostraban el comienzo de una vuelta a la participación de muchos de los editores que no habían asistido a la exposición en los últimos años, aunque los estands gigantescos de antaño seguían estando ausentes.

    Ex: I hope my stroll down memory lane has stirred some long forgotten rememberances of good times gone by.

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  • 116 en consecuencia lógica

    Ex. Unfortunately, in the field of reference work advocates of such professional independence of judgement must by implication be prepared to countenance differential service to the user.
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    Ex: Unfortunately, in the field of reference work advocates of such professional independence of judgement must by implication be prepared to countenance differential service to the user.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en consecuencia lógica

  • 117 formular una propuesta

    (v.) = formulate + proposal
    Ex. This article formulates a proposal aiming at the building of a pattern in which the enigmatic concept of information need could be replaced by the analysis of goals to be achieved by means of information.
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    (v.) = formulate + proposal

    Ex: This article formulates a proposal aiming at the building of a pattern in which the enigmatic concept of information need could be replaced by the analysis of goals to be achieved by means of information.

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  • 118 guarda de los aparcamientos O.R.A.

    (n.) = meter maid
    Ex. The article is entitled 'From prostitutes to meter maids - unholy sources of urban information'.
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    (n.) = meter maid

    Ex: The article is entitled 'From prostitutes to meter maids - unholy sources of urban information'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > guarda de los aparcamientos O.R.A.

  • 119 guarda de seguridad

    (n.) = security patrol, security officer, security officer
    Ex. Security measures that urban academic libraries are utilizing to cope with crime are studied with special emphasis on student security patrols.
    Ex. Guards, who are also called security officers, patrol and inspect property to protect against fire, theft, vandalism, terrorism, and illegal activity.
    Ex. Guards, who are also called security officers, patrol and inspect property to protect against fire, theft, vandalism, terrorism, and illegal activity.
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    (n.) = security patrol, security officer, security officer

    Ex: Security measures that urban academic libraries are utilizing to cope with crime are studied with special emphasis on student security patrols.

    Ex: Guards, who are also called security officers, patrol and inspect property to protect against fire, theft, vandalism, terrorism, and illegal activity.
    Ex: Guards, who are also called security officers, patrol and inspect property to protect against fire, theft, vandalism, terrorism, and illegal activity.

    Spanish-English dictionary > guarda de seguridad

  • 120 hacer una propuesta

    (v.) = bring forth + proposal, make + proposal
    Ex. Some of the proposals brought forth in this connection represent not technological progress but rather ideological retrogression.
    Ex. The original mandate was very clear: to consider for inclusion all proposals made.
    * * *
    (v.) = bring forth + proposal, make + proposal

    Ex: Some of the proposals brought forth in this connection represent not technological progress but rather ideological retrogression.

    Ex: The original mandate was very clear: to consider for inclusion all proposals made.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer una propuesta


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