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  • 701 volver a ser condenado

    (n.) = reconviction
    Ex. Today's publication shows that reconviction rates for young people have fallen over the past five years.
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    Ex: Today's publication shows that reconviction rates for young people have fallen over the past five years.

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  • 702 volver a ser lo que era

    (v.) = be back on track, be on track
    Ex. When all is said and done, however, this great encyclopedia is now back on track after a period of confusion and frustration = No obstante, al final de cuentas esta gran enciclopedia vuelve a ser lo que era después de un periodo de confusión y frustración.
    Ex. The programme is now on track and microfiche is flowing again to the depository libraries = El programa ha vuelto a ser lo que era y las microfichas vuelven a enviarse a las bibliotecas de depósito legal.
    * * *
    (v.) = be back on track, be on track

    Ex: When all is said and done, however, this great encyclopedia is now back on track after a period of confusion and frustration = No obstante, al final de cuentas esta gran enciclopedia vuelve a ser lo que era después de un periodo de confusión y frustración.

    Ex: The programme is now on track and microfiche is flowing again to the depository libraries = El programa ha vuelto a ser lo que era y las microfichas vuelven a enviarse a las bibliotecas de depósito legal.

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  • 703 volver a su camino

    (v.) = get back on + track, get back on + Posesivo + path
    Ex. Topics covered included: barriers to cooperation; why library cooperation must get back on track; and strategies for the future.
    Ex. Sometimes, when nudging doesn't work, life gives you a shove to get you back on your path.
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    (v.) = get back on + track, get back on + Posesivo + path

    Ex: Topics covered included: barriers to cooperation; why library cooperation must get back on track; and strategies for the future.

    Ex: Sometimes, when nudging doesn't work, life gives you a shove to get you back on your path.

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  • 704 volver a subvencionar

    (v.) = re-fund
    Ex. The program was not re-funded for the 1984-85 school year.
    * * *
    (v.) = re-fund

    Ex: The program was not re-funded for the 1984-85 school year.

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  • 705 volver a tomar

    (v.) = regain, retake
    Ex. Once he regained his weight, he began to play like he did in 2006, when he won the tournament.
    Ex. Minister Ashkir said the Somali government will 'even use foreign troops to retake Kismayo'.
    * * *
    (v.) = regain, retake

    Ex: Once he regained his weight, he began to play like he did in 2006, when he won the tournament.

    Ex: Minister Ashkir said the Somali government will 'even use foreign troops to retake Kismayo'.

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  • 706 volver a traducir

    (v.) = remap
    Ex. According to this data compression technique pixels are remapped to an intensity proportional to its rank among surrounding pixels.
    * * *
    (v.) = remap

    Ex: According to this data compression technique pixels are remapped to an intensity proportional to its rank among surrounding pixels.

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  • 707 volver a traer

    (v.) = restore
    Ex. In general, each end code entered restores a previous screen, where you can make further choices.
    * * *
    (v.) = restore

    Ex: In general, each end code entered restores a previous screen, where you can make further choices.

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  • 708 volver a tratar

    (v.) = revisit
    Ex. The current study revisits the topic after a number of years to see if the findings still hold.
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    (v.) = revisit

    Ex: The current study revisits the topic after a number of years to see if the findings still hold.

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  • 709 volver a unir

    (v.) = reunite [re-unite]
    Ex. Divided collections are being reunited and bodies of material considered lost after World War 2 are resurfacing in Eastern Europe as well as in Germany.
    * * *
    (v.) = reunite [re-unite]

    Ex: Divided collections are being reunited and bodies of material considered lost after World War 2 are resurfacing in Eastern Europe as well as in Germany.

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  • 710 volver a untar grasa al cojinete

    (v.) = repack + bearing
    Ex. Chapter 12 covers the following: waxing a car; repairing tubeless tires, and repacking front wheel bearings, checking the timing belt, the ignition key, and the inlet manifold.
    * * *
    (v.) = repack + bearing

    Ex: Chapter 12 covers the following: waxing a car; repairing tubeless tires, and repacking front wheel bearings, checking the timing belt, the ignition key, and the inlet manifold.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver a untar grasa al cojinete

  • 711 volver a usar

    (v.) = reuse [re-use]
    Ex. They have implemented a voluntary system for libraries of charging for photocopies with flat-rate 5 franc tokens, which can either be re-used by the recipient or cashed in for 4 francs.
    * * *
    (v.) = reuse [re-use]

    Ex: They have implemented a voluntary system for libraries of charging for photocopies with flat-rate 5 franc tokens, which can either be re-used by the recipient or cashed in for 4 francs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver a usar

  • 712 volver a utilizar

    (v.) = recapture, reutilise [reutilize, -USA]
    Ex. Therefore, if you perform a lot of deletions or editing of MARC records held on a data disk, running this utility will recapture the 'dead' space and maximize your disk storage space.
    Ex. The project was launched to help make copyright content more 'active' by ensuring that it can be reutilised with a minimum of transactional effort.
    * * *
    (v.) = recapture, reutilise [reutilize, -USA]

    Ex: Therefore, if you perform a lot of deletions or editing of MARC records held on a data disk, running this utility will recapture the 'dead' space and maximize your disk storage space.

    Ex: The project was launched to help make copyright content more 'active' by ensuring that it can be reutilised with a minimum of transactional effort.

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  • 713 volver a vivir

    (v.) = relive
    Ex. The reader of this work can relive with some degree of verisimilitude the excitement and stimulation created by these institutes and such colloquies as the Kilgour-Lubetzky exchange.
    * * *
    (v.) = relive

    Ex: The reader of this work can relive with some degree of verisimilitude the excitement and stimulation created by these institutes and such colloquies as the Kilgour-Lubetzky exchange.

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  • 714 volver al pasado

    (v.) = turn + the clock back
    Ex. A visit to this village is an opportunity to turn the clock back over 150 years.
    * * *
    (v.) = turn + the clock back

    Ex: A visit to this village is an opportunity to turn the clock back over 150 years.

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  • 715 volver al principio

    (v.) = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle
    Ex. Once the planning team is formed, there needs to be consideration of how often the process comes full circle and begins to repeat.
    Ex. Together, they represent the onset of the cataclysm of which Noah is the triumphant conclusion, thus bringing us full circle.
    * * *
    (v.) = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle

    Ex: Once the planning team is formed, there needs to be consideration of how often the process comes full circle and begins to repeat.

    Ex: Together, they represent the onset of the cataclysm of which Noah is the triumphant conclusion, thus bringing us full circle.

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  • 716 volver al punto de partida

    (v.) = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle, go back to + square one, be back to square one
    Ex. Once the planning team is formed, there needs to be consideration of how often the process comes full circle and begins to repeat.
    Ex. Together, they represent the onset of the cataclysm of which Noah is the triumphant conclusion, thus bringing us full circle.
    Ex. At today's open meeting, the Commissioners voted unanimously to go back to square one.
    Ex. She told me that I was all at sixes and sevens with my eight times table and that it was 'back to square one' for me.
    * * *
    (v.) = come + full circle, bring + Pronombre + full-circle, go back to + square one, be back to square one

    Ex: Once the planning team is formed, there needs to be consideration of how often the process comes full circle and begins to repeat.

    Ex: Together, they represent the onset of the cataclysm of which Noah is the triumphant conclusion, thus bringing us full circle.
    Ex: At today's open meeting, the Commissioners voted unanimously to go back to square one.
    Ex: She told me that I was all at sixes and sevens with my eight times table and that it was 'back to square one' for me.

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  • 717 volver atrás

    v.
    to turn back, to reverse, to backtrack.
    * * *
    (v.) = turn + the clock back, go + backwards
    Ex. I will have to eat humble pie and face humiliation though but I was good at the job and wish I could turn the clock back.
    Ex. Kuwait is not going backwards, but definitely not moving forward.
    * * *
    (v.) = turn + the clock back, go + backwards

    Ex: I will have to eat humble pie and face humiliation though but I was good at the job and wish I could turn the clock back.

    Ex: Kuwait is not going backwards, but definitely not moving forward.

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  • 718 volver corriendo

    v.
    to run back, to hurry back.
    * * *
    (v.) = scurry back
    Ex. He looked up and descried a gym class, all wet and draggled, scurrying back across the sodden football field.
    * * *

    Ex: He looked up and descried a gym class, all wet and draggled, scurrying back across the sodden football field.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver corriendo

  • 719 volver de nuevo

    Ex. When our waiter came back out after clearing the table, we were certain that he was going to politely usher us out, but instead, he asked us if we were interested in dessert!.
    * * *

    Ex: When our waiter came back out after clearing the table, we were certain that he was going to politely usher us out, but instead, he asked us if we were interested in dessert!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > volver de nuevo

  • 720 volver el reloj atrás

    (v.) = turn + the clock back
    Ex. A visit to this village is an opportunity to turn the clock back over 150 years.
    * * *
    (v.) = turn + the clock back

    Ex: A visit to this village is an opportunity to turn the clock back over 150 years.

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