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  • 221 barrer para casa

    to look out for one's own interests
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    (v.) = look after + number one, feather + Posesivo/the + nest
    Ex. The article is entitled ' Looking after number one'.
    Ex. The article ' Feathering the nest' explains how much publishers need their bestsellers in recessionary times.
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    (v.) = look after + number one, feather + Posesivo/the + nest

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

    Ex: The article ' Feathering the nest' explains how much publishers need their bestsellers in recessionary times.

    Spanish-English dictionary > barrer para casa

  • 222 casa adosada

    f.
    town house.
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    semi-detached o terraced house
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    (n.) = terrace(d) house, terrace(d) home, townhouse [town-house], semidetached house, duplex, duplex house
    Ex. A group of parents and teachers, however, established temporary school facilities in the area pending the building of a new school, 2 terrace houses being put to use for this purpose.
    Ex. A study centre has recently been developed in one of Hove's terrace homes.
    Ex. In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.
    Ex. In addition, records describing ' semi-detached' houses may also be retrieved if the retrieval system treats a hyphen as a space.
    Ex. In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.
    Ex. That system is increasingly insufficient due to more housing in the area built recently, more people living in duplex houses, and more apartment buildings.
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    semi-detached o terraced house
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    (n.) = terrace(d) house, terrace(d) home, townhouse [town-house], semidetached house, duplex, duplex house

    Ex: A group of parents and teachers, however, established temporary school facilities in the area pending the building of a new school, 2 terrace houses being put to use for this purpose.

    Ex: A study centre has recently been developed in one of Hove's terrace homes.
    Ex: In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.
    Ex: In addition, records describing ' semi-detached' houses may also be retrieved if the retrieval system treats a hyphen as a space.
    Ex: In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.
    Ex: That system is increasingly insufficient due to more housing in the area built recently, more people living in duplex houses, and more apartment buildings.

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    house sharing one or more walls with other houses

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa adosada

  • 223 casa consistorial

    f.
    Town Hall, city hall.
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    town hall
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    (n.) = civic hall
    Ex. The planned library will be part of a complex including a civic hall, information lobby, exhibition rooms and a restaurant.
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    (n.) = civic hall

    Ex: The planned library will be part of a complex including a civic hall, information lobby, exhibition rooms and a restaurant.

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  • 224 casa de campo

    country house
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    (n.) = holiday home, country residence
    Ex. In recent decades tourism has vastly increased in the area and many once empty houses have been restored as second or holiday homes.
    Ex. S. Augustine's abbey became later the country residence of the abbots.
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    (n.) = holiday home, country residence

    Ex: In recent decades tourism has vastly increased in the area and many once empty houses have been restored as second or holiday homes.

    Ex: S. Augustine's abbey became later the country residence of the abbots.

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    country house

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa de campo

  • 225 casa de empeño

    (n.) = pawnshop, hock shop [hockshop]
    Ex. Fortunately, banks have successfully weaned people away from pawnshops and moneylenders.
    Ex. IN 1999, David Zinberg took jewelry from a handful of his hock shops and began auctioning them online.
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    (n.) = pawnshop, hock shop [hockshop]

    Ex: Fortunately, banks have successfully weaned people away from pawnshops and moneylenders.

    Ex: IN 1999, David Zinberg took jewelry from a handful of his hock shops and began auctioning them online.

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    pawnshop

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  • 226 casa de huéspedes

    boarding house
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    (n.) = guesthouse [guest house], bed and breakfast (B&B)
    Ex. The aim is to establish a central library with a network of branches in guest houses and other places of accommodation.
    Ex. Comparing this car to other people carriers is like comparing the Ritz Hotel to a bed and breakfast.
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    (n.) = guesthouse [guest house], bed and breakfast (B&B)

    Ex: The aim is to establish a central library with a network of branches in guest houses and other places of accommodation.

    Ex: Comparing this car to other people carriers is like comparing the Ritz Hotel to a bed and breakfast.

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    rooming house, Br
    boarding house

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  • 227 casa de locos

    (fam) madhouse (colloq)
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    (n.) = lunatic asylum, madhouse, bedlam
    Ex. The writer argues that the steady growth in lunatic asylums in early-19th-century British India played an important role in the making of colonial society.
    Ex. In the book, Romania is a madhouse filled with the handicapped, deaf mutes, and stutterers.
    Ex. In subsequent years, Bethlem became ' Bedlam,' a metaphor for madness; being so long the only public receptacle for the insane, it became equated with madness itself.
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    (fam) madhouse (colloq)
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    (n.) = lunatic asylum, madhouse, bedlam

    Ex: The writer argues that the steady growth in lunatic asylums in early-19th-century British India played an important role in the making of colonial society.

    Ex: In the book, Romania is a madhouse filled with the handicapped, deaf mutes, and stutterers.
    Ex: In subsequent years, Bethlem became ' Bedlam,' a metaphor for madness; being so long the only public receptacle for the insane, it became equated with madness itself.

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    madhouse

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa de locos

  • 228 casa de pisos

    block of flats
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    (n.) = tenement, apartment block, apartment building, apartment complex
    Ex. To be sure, it still has its congeries of mills and factories, its grimy huddle of frame dwellings and congested tenements, its stark, jagged skyline, but its old face is gradually changing.
    Ex. The difference between the two systems can be illustrated by analogy with a set of letter-boxes located in the entrance to an apartment block, with one box for each resident.
    Ex. The broad tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes surrounded by ample greenery on what were once the outskirts of town -- the gracious and expansive habitations of the wealthy mill and factory owners -- gradually yield to a miscellany of recent bungalows, modest cottages, and modern apartment buildings.
    Ex. Multiculturalism is the reality of the community's neighbourhood and apartment complexes.
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    (n.) = tenement, apartment block, apartment building, apartment complex

    Ex: To be sure, it still has its congeries of mills and factories, its grimy huddle of frame dwellings and congested tenements, its stark, jagged skyline, but its old face is gradually changing.

    Ex: The difference between the two systems can be illustrated by analogy with a set of letter-boxes located in the entrance to an apartment block, with one box for each resident.
    Ex: The broad tree-lined streets with large Victorian homes surrounded by ample greenery on what were once the outskirts of town -- the gracious and expansive habitations of the wealthy mill and factory owners -- gradually yield to a miscellany of recent bungalows, modest cottages, and modern apartment buildings.
    Ex: Multiculturalism is the reality of the community's neighbourhood and apartment complexes.

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    apartment house, Br
    block of flats

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa de pisos

  • 229 casa de putas

    (vulg) whorehouse (vulg)
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    (n.) = brothel, bawdy house [bawdyhouse]
    Ex. And there was the curious behaviour of Plantin's compositor Michel Mayer, who in June 1564 spent Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in a brothel, then packed his things and left the establishment without saying a word to anyone.
    Ex. The author describes the cowboys, barrooms, variety theaters, and bawdy houses and their patrons in an attempt to separate historical reality from local myth.
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    (vulg) whorehouse (vulg)
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    (n.) = brothel, bawdy house [bawdyhouse]

    Ex: And there was the curious behaviour of Plantin's compositor Michel Mayer, who in June 1564 spent Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday in a brothel, then packed his things and left the establishment without saying a word to anyone.

    Ex: The author describes the cowboys, barrooms, variety theaters, and bawdy houses and their patrons in an attempt to separate historical reality from local myth.

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    brothel

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa de putas

  • 230 casa pareada

    (n.) = duplex, duplex house
    Ex. In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.
    Ex. That system is increasingly insufficient due to more housing in the area built recently, more people living in duplex houses, and more apartment buildings.
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    (n.) = duplex, duplex house

    Ex: In comparing the residential experiences of single-family dwelling inhabitants with those living in townhouses, duplexes, & apartments, only apartment dwellers seem to experience adverse effects.

    Ex: That system is increasingly insufficient due to more housing in the area built recently, more people living in duplex houses, and more apartment buildings.

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    semi-detached house

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa pareada

  • 231 casa prefabricada

    f.
    prefabricated house, prefab, light house.
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    (n.) = manufactured home, prefabricated house
    Ex. Over 17 million people in the U.S. live in manufactured homes.
    Ex. More and more architects are incorporating modern designs into the prefabricated houses of today.
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    (n.) = manufactured home, prefabricated house

    Ex: Over 17 million people in the U.S. live in manufactured homes.

    Ex: More and more architects are incorporating modern designs into the prefabricated houses of today.

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    prefab

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa prefabricada

  • 232 casa solariega

    f.
    1 country house, ancestral home, country manor, manor.
    2 mansion, family seat, seat of family, stately home.
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    ancestral home, family seat
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    (n.) = ancestral home, country house, stately home, manor house
    Ex. After lunch we'll travel southwards to Culzean Castle, the ancestral home of the Kennedy family.
    Ex. Over 180 country houses were demolished or gutted in Scotland in the years after the Second World War.
    Ex. Librarians are no strangers to the use of mobile vans as a means of taking books to scattered rural communities, even individual farms and stately homes.
    Ex. There are many interesting manor houses and castles worth a visit in the region.
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    (n.) = ancestral home, country house, stately home, manor house

    Ex: After lunch we'll travel southwards to Culzean Castle, the ancestral home of the Kennedy family.

    Ex: Over 180 country houses were demolished or gutted in Scotland in the years after the Second World War.
    Ex: Librarians are no strangers to the use of mobile vans as a means of taking books to scattered rural communities, even individual farms and stately homes.
    Ex: There are many interesting manor houses and castles worth a visit in the region.

    Spanish-English dictionary > casa solariega

  • 233 empezar la casa por el tejado

    figurado to put the cart before the horse
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    Ex. Such an approach is much like the tail wagging the dog.
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    Ex: Such an approach is much like the tail wagging the dog.

    Spanish-English dictionary > empezar la casa por el tejado

  • 234 equipo de casa

    (n.) = home team
    Ex. This finding contradicts the general belief that spectators' cheering encourages better performance in a home team.
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    el equipo de casa
    (n.) = home side, the

    Ex: Then in a grandstand finish the home side, on top throughout, were kept at bay by the agility of the visiting team's goalkeeper.

    (n.) = home team

    Ex: This finding contradicts the general belief that spectators' cheering encourages better performance in a home team.

    Spanish-English dictionary > equipo de casa

  • 235 estar de vacaciones

    to be on holiday
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    (v.) = be on vacation, be off on vacation
    Ex. Library use declines during the June-October period when examinations have finished and the students are on vacation.
    Ex. I have been off on vacation and just got back.
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    (v.) = be on vacation, be off on vacation

    Ex: Library use declines during the June-October period when examinations have finished and the students are on vacation.

    Ex: I have been off on vacation and just got back.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar de vacaciones

  • 236 hecho en casa

    home-made
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    (adj.) = homespun, homemade
    Ex. The author chronicles the exuberant stories, hyperbole, homespun speech and demigod characteristics of American 'tall tales'.
    Ex. And may I say parenthetically that two publishers out of the enormous number that are so often touted as belonging to the CIP program are now printing their own homemade and superior cataloging in publication data.
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    (adj.) = homespun, homemade

    Ex: The author chronicles the exuberant stories, hyperbole, homespun speech and demigod characteristics of American 'tall tales'.

    Ex: And may I say parenthetically that two publishers out of the enormous number that are so often touted as belonging to the CIP program are now printing their own homemade and superior cataloging in publication data.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hecho en casa

  • 237 irse de vacaciones

    to go on holiday
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    (v.) = vacation
    Ex. They have waged campaigns aimed at discouraging Europeans from vacationing in Cuba.
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    (v.) = vacation

    Ex: They have waged campaigns aimed at discouraging Europeans from vacationing in Cuba.

    Spanish-English dictionary > irse de vacaciones

  • 238 mudarse de casa

    to move, move house
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    (v.) = move + house
    Ex. Most important, moving house is very thirsty work for everyone involved so keep the kettle boiling and the biscuits flowing.
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    (v.) = move + house

    Ex: Most important, moving house is very thirsty work for everyone involved so keep the kettle boiling and the biscuits flowing.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mudarse de casa

  • 239 sentirse como en casa

    to feel at home
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    (v.) = feel + at home, feel like + home (away) from home
    Ex. The writer goes out of her way to make her meaning plain, and to achieve a level of language and simplicity of structure she assumes most of her intended readers will feel at home with.
    Ex. The apartment was full of character and it really felt like home away from home.
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    (v.) = feel + at home, feel like + home (away) from home

    Ex: The writer goes out of her way to make her meaning plain, and to achieve a level of language and simplicity of structure she assumes most of her intended readers will feel at home with.

    Ex: The apartment was full of character and it really felt like home away from home.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sentirse como en casa

  • 240 tirar la casa por la ventana

    figurado to spare no expense, push the boat out
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    (v.) = lash out (on), go to + town on
    Ex. The company is too tight to lash out on anything for the employees, even tools to increase productivity.
    Ex. He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.
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    (v.) = lash out (on), go to + town on

    Ex: The company is too tight to lash out on anything for the employees, even tools to increase productivity.

    Ex: He was refering to the unbelievable action taken by the riot police who for no good reason decided to go to town on innocent fans.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tirar la casa por la ventana


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