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  • 581 todo queda en casa

    Ex. The article is entitled ' All in the family: parents in teen fiction'.
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    Ex: The article is entitled ' All in the family: parents in teen fiction'.

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  • 582 tomarse + Expresión Temporal + de vacaciones

    (v.) = take + Expresión Temporal + off, have + Expresión Temporal + off work
    Ex. Incentives to earn more than a living were few, and if a man could get his bread by less than a whole week's work, he might well take the rest of the time off.
    Ex. It's quite easy for me to arrange to have the same weeks off work, because I do locum jobs in the library.
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    (v.) = take + Expresión Temporal + off, have + Expresión Temporal + off work

    Ex: Incentives to earn more than a living were few, and if a man could get his bread by less than a whole week's work, he might well take the rest of the time off.

    Ex: It's quite easy for me to arrange to have the same weeks off work, because I do locum jobs in the library.

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  • 583 trabajador desde casa

    (n.) = homeworker
    Ex. The majority of homeworkers are married women with childcare responsibilities who are not interested in promotion.
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    (n.) = homeworker

    Ex: The majority of homeworkers are married women with childcare responsibilities who are not interested in promotion.

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  • 584 trabajo de la casa

    (n.) = housework
    Ex. Five options of help with housework are investigated: domestic help, take-out meals, the microwave, the dishwasher, & the dryer.
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    (n.) = housework

    Ex: Five options of help with housework are investigated: domestic help, take-out meals, the microwave, the dishwasher, & the dryer.

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  • 585 traer a casa

    (v.) = bring + back home
    Ex. The article ' Bringing it all back home: insourcing what you do well' examines one library's ability to insource some of its operations.
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    (v.) = bring + back home

    Ex: The article ' Bringing it all back home: insourcing what you do well' examines one library's ability to insource some of its operations.

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  • 586 vacaciones de Navidad, las

    (n.) = Xmas break, the
    Ex. I hope to get a better look at the database over the Xmas break and get it up and running properly.

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  • 587 vacaciones de invierno

    (n.) = winterbreak
    Ex. This is an abridged version of a paper presented at the Ontario College and University Library Association winterbreak '89 Conference.
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    Ex: This is an abridged version of a paper presented at the Ontario College and University Library Association winterbreak '89 Conference.

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  • 588 vacaciones de mitad de cuatrimestre

    Ex. Half term vacation fell in part of a week, so that it does not show in the records, as there was borrowing activity in the same week.
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    Ex: Half term vacation fell in part of a week, so that it does not show in the records, as there was borrowing activity in the same week.

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  • 589 vacaciones de primavera

    (n.) = spring break
    Ex. Over the spring break, we will install new public access computers in the library.
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    Ex: Over the spring break, we will install new public access computers in the library.

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  • 590 vacaciones en el extranjero

    Ex. Miserable summer weather and signs the economic slump may be bottoming out have led Britons to start looking at overseas holidays again.
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    Ex: Miserable summer weather and signs the economic slump may be bottoming out have led Britons to start looking at overseas holidays again.

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  • 591 vacaciones organizadas

    f.pl.
    package vacations, package holiday, package vacation.
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    (n.) = package tour
    Ex. Today, we can take a package tour to see the Peking Opera or to go tracking in the Himalayas.
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    Ex: Today, we can take a package tour to see the Peking Opera or to go tracking in the Himalayas.

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  • 592 vender de casa en casa

    (v.) = peddle
    Ex. It could lose those shareholders who may not want to be associated with a conglomerate which also peddles death and destruction.
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    (v.) = peddle

    Ex: It could lose those shareholders who may not want to be associated with a conglomerate which also peddles death and destruction.

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  • 593 viaje de vacaciones

    (n.) = holiday excursion, holiday trip
    Ex. The article 'Virtual holiday excursions' covers metasites, holiday sites, virtual travel, pleasure reading, odd ball sites, personal psychology, personal ads, and fortune telling.
    Ex. When you wake up with sleep in your eyes and your host gives you a cup of espresso with a smile - at that point you know your holiday trip is going to be a success.
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    (n.) = holiday excursion, holiday trip

    Ex: The article 'Virtual holiday excursions' covers metasites, holiday sites, virtual travel, pleasure reading, odd ball sites, personal psychology, personal ads, and fortune telling.

    Ex: When you wake up with sleep in your eyes and your host gives you a cup of espresso with a smile - at that point you know your holiday trip is going to be a success.

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  • 594 volver Algo a su estado anterior

    (v.) = put + Nombre + back on track
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Using project management to put client/server projects back on track' = El artículo se titula "El uso de la gestión mediante proyectos para reactivar los proyectos cliente/servidor".
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    (v.) = put + Nombre + back on track

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Using project management to put client/server projects back on track' = El artículo se titula "El uso de la gestión mediante proyectos para reactivar los proyectos cliente/servidor".

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver Algo a su estado anterior

  • 595 volver Algo del revés

    (v.) = turn + Nombre + inside-out
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Umbrella in a hurricane: new winds of change may turn it inside-out'.
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    (v.) = turn + Nombre + inside-out

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Umbrella in a hurricane: new winds of change may turn it inside-out'.

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  • 596 volver Algo en Otra Cosa

    (v.) = turn + Nombre + into
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Research: turning research priorities into answerable questions'.
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    (v.) = turn + Nombre + into

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Research: turning research priorities into answerable questions'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver Algo en Otra Cosa

  • 597 volver a

    v.
    1 to go back to, to return to.
    La carretera vuelve al pueblo The road goes back to the town.
    El paciente volvió al hospital The patient went back to the hospital.
    2 to go back to, to lead back to, to return to, to get back.
    La carretera vuelve al pueblo The road goes back to the town.
    3 to revert to.
    María volvió al sistema antiguo Mary reverted to the old system.
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    (v.) = depart to, get back to, go back to, move back to, revert (to), go + full circle back to, circle back to, backtrack [back-track], recur to, roll back to, revert back to, head back to, slide back to, default to
    Ex. I want to depart for a moment to something that has been discussed earlier, which is also relevant here.
    Ex. Getting back to studies, I don't know what you mean by study, but I'm leery of stalls in the name of study.
    Ex. It's about time that we go back to these principles and make sure that the quality of cataloging is upheld.
    Ex. If one of them is held down long enough, the cursor will eventually be moved back to its starting position, since the screen 'wraps around'.
    Ex. The decision to revert to standard spelling must have been widely welcomed in countries where DC is used but English is not the native language.
    Ex. Ironically, today's catalogs have gone full circle back to the book catalogs of yore, with each work having only one complete catalog entry = Paradójicamente, los catálogos de hoy día han vuelto a los catálogos en forma de libro de antaño, en los que cada documento tenía un único asiento catalográfico completo.
    Ex. Nevertheless, librarians most often circled back to the central importance of circulation counts in weeding decisions.
    Ex. Use < Backspace> to backtrack to the character(s) you want to change.
    Ex. The kitchen was full of glancing sunlight and clean color; and as she sat there her mind recurred to her attempts to get her assistant to stay.
    Ex. You can resolve these issues by rolling back to Windows Media Player 10.
    Ex. To revert back to the default size of text, select 'Normal'.
    Ex. A man accused of fatally shooting a Philadelphia police officer during a robbery is headed back to Philadelphia after he was arrested in Florida.
    Ex. So the Marxists will have to pull up their socks if they are to prevent the state from sliding back to the lawlessness one had seen prior to 1977.
    Ex. If you enter a language which is not available, the system will default to English.
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    (v.) = depart to, get back to, go back to, move back to, revert (to), go + full circle back to, circle back to, backtrack [back-track], recur to, roll back to, revert back to, head back to, slide back to, default to

    Ex: I want to depart for a moment to something that has been discussed earlier, which is also relevant here.

    Ex: Getting back to studies, I don't know what you mean by study, but I'm leery of stalls in the name of study.
    Ex: It's about time that we go back to these principles and make sure that the quality of cataloging is upheld.
    Ex: If one of them is held down long enough, the cursor will eventually be moved back to its starting position, since the screen 'wraps around'.
    Ex: The decision to revert to standard spelling must have been widely welcomed in countries where DC is used but English is not the native language.
    Ex: Ironically, today's catalogs have gone full circle back to the book catalogs of yore, with each work having only one complete catalog entry = Paradójicamente, los catálogos de hoy día han vuelto a los catálogos en forma de libro de antaño, en los que cada documento tenía un único asiento catalográfico completo.
    Ex: Nevertheless, librarians most often circled back to the central importance of circulation counts in weeding decisions.
    Ex: Use < Backspace> to backtrack to the character(s) you want to change.
    Ex: The kitchen was full of glancing sunlight and clean color; and as she sat there her mind recurred to her attempts to get her assistant to stay.
    Ex: You can resolve these issues by rolling back to Windows Media Player 10.
    Ex: To revert back to the default size of text, select 'Normal'.
    Ex: A man accused of fatally shooting a Philadelphia police officer during a robbery is headed back to Philadelphia after he was arrested in Florida.
    Ex: So the Marxists will have to pull up their socks if they are to prevent the state from sliding back to the lawlessness one had seen prior to 1977.
    Ex: If you enter a language which is not available, the system will default to English.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver a

  • 598 volver a Alguien loco

    (v.) = drive + Alguien + up a wall, drive + Alguien + to despair, drive + Alguien + mad, drive + Alguien + insane, drive + Alguien + crazy, drive + Alguien + nuts, drive + Alguien + potty
    Ex. Your exaggerated coughs and annoyed looks and the oh so dramatic flailing about of your hands and arms when he lights up drive him up a wall.
    Ex. Ironically, Weber later changed his attitude and stated that 'a passion for bureaucracy is enough to drive one to despair'.
    Ex. This is a superb translation of the memoirs of the wife of Sado, the crown prince of Korea, who was driven mad and became a serial killer.
    Ex. As 'The Police' put it in their song, now a long time ago: 'Too much information running through my brain - Too much information driving me insane'.
    Ex. Those who are 'perfectionists' in such things will want to drive you crazy worrying about 'what if two people go out together' or 'it won't be accurate because some users go out for a smoke and then come right back in' or 'what about kids who run in and out' and so forth.
    Ex. Jack's father and wife drove him nuts.
    Ex. I can understand why he wants to go -- he's normally very active and being stuck indoors during the day is driving him potty.
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    (v.) = drive + Alguien + up a wall, drive + Alguien + to despair, drive + Alguien + mad, drive + Alguien + insane, drive + Alguien + crazy, drive + Alguien + nuts, drive + Alguien + potty

    Ex: Your exaggerated coughs and annoyed looks and the oh so dramatic flailing about of your hands and arms when he lights up drive him up a wall.

    Ex: Ironically, Weber later changed his attitude and stated that 'a passion for bureaucracy is enough to drive one to despair'.
    Ex: This is a superb translation of the memoirs of the wife of Sado, the crown prince of Korea, who was driven mad and became a serial killer.
    Ex: As 'The Police' put it in their song, now a long time ago: 'Too much information running through my brain - Too much information driving me insane'.
    Ex: Those who are 'perfectionists' in such things will want to drive you crazy worrying about 'what if two people go out together' or 'it won't be accurate because some users go out for a smoke and then come right back in' or 'what about kids who run in and out' and so forth.
    Ex: Jack's father and wife drove him nuts.
    Ex: I can understand why he wants to go -- he's normally very active and being stuck indoors during the day is driving him potty.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver a Alguien loco

  • 599 volver a abrir

    Ex. As of today The Journal of Electronic Publishing is back in business with a February 2006 issue, the first in more than three years.
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    Ex: As of today The Journal of Electronic Publishing is back in business with a February 2006 issue, the first in more than three years.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver a abrir

  • 600 volver a adoptar

    (v.) = resume
    Ex. 'I'll give it more thought,' she said with a sharp frown, resuming her former posture.
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    (v.) = resume

    Ex: 'I'll give it more thought,' she said with a sharp frown, resuming her former posture.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver a adoptar


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