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  • 661 coche de ocasión

    (n.) = used car, second-hand car
    Ex. The quality of used cars has also improved with intense competition among manufacturers in the new car market.
    Ex. Not many people foresaw that second-hand cars imported from Japan would one day dominate the motor industry in Botswana.
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    (n.) = used car, second-hand car

    Ex: The quality of used cars has also improved with intense competition among manufacturers in the new car market.

    Ex: Not many people foresaw that second-hand cars imported from Japan would one day dominate the motor industry in Botswana.

    * * *
    used car, second-hand car

    Spanish-English dictionary > coche de ocasión

  • 662 coche de época

    vintage car
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    (n.) = vintage car
    Ex. Displays which take a theme approach, for example wild flowers, vintage cars, railways, and gather together material from different places in the library, can be useful in drawing attention to specific aspects of a library's resources.
    * * *

    Ex: Displays which take a theme approach, for example wild flowers, vintage cars, railways, and gather together material from different places in the library, can be useful in drawing attention to specific aspects of a library's resources.

    * * *
    vintage car

    Spanish-English dictionary > coche de época

  • 663 coche deportivo

    m.
    sports car, sportscar.
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    sports car
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    (n.) = sports car
    Ex. Compiling a list of favorite sports cars was no easy task, so some ground rules had to be set.
    * * *
    (n.) = sports car

    Ex: Compiling a list of favorite sports cars was no easy task, so some ground rules had to be set.

    * * *
    sports car

    Spanish-English dictionary > coche deportivo

  • 664 coche familiar

    m.
    station wagon, estate car.
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    estate (car), US station wagon
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    (n.) = family car
    Ex. In most households the family car disappears with the breadwinner each morning leaving the rest of the family isolated from many essential services.
    * * *
    (n.) = family car

    Ex: In most households the family car disappears with the breadwinner each morning leaving the rest of the family isolated from many essential services.

    Spanish-English dictionary > coche familiar

  • 665 coche fúnebre

    m.
    hearse, funeral car.
    * * *
    hearse
    * * *
    (n.) = hearse
    Ex. To many funeral directors, modifying a hearse would border on blasphemy.
    * * *
    (n.) = hearse

    Ex: To many funeral directors, modifying a hearse would border on blasphemy.

    * * *
    hearse

    Spanish-English dictionary > coche fúnebre

  • 666 coche usado

    (n.) = used car, second-hand car
    Ex. The quality of used cars has also improved with intense competition among manufacturers in the new car market.
    Ex. Not many people foresaw that second-hand cars imported from Japan would one day dominate the motor industry in Botswana.
    * * *
    (n.) = used car, second-hand car

    Ex: The quality of used cars has also improved with intense competition among manufacturers in the new car market.

    Ex: Not many people foresaw that second-hand cars imported from Japan would one day dominate the motor industry in Botswana.

    * * *
    used car, second-hand car

    Spanish-English dictionary > coche usado

  • 667 comida para perros

    dogfood
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    (n.) = dog food
    Ex. Dried dog food was used in 40% and dog sausage in 73%.
    * * *
    (n.) = dog food

    Ex: Dried dog food was used in 40% and dog sausage in 73%.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comida para perros

  • 668 como un método para

    Ex. The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.
    * * *

    Ex: The idea of tiered, or multilayered, citation is proposed as a means of testing this hypothesis = Se propone la idea de citar de una forma estratificada o por niveles para comprobar esta hipótesis.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como un método para

  • 669 con toda confianza

    in all confidence
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    (v.) = feel + free to
    Ex. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ruth Arnold at Ruth@sla.org.
    * * *
    (v.) = feel + free to

    Ex: If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ruth Arnold at Ruth\@sla.org.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con toda confianza

  • 670 con toda seguridad

    most probably
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    Ex. Until recently movable shelving was used mainly in closed access stacks, but since some systems can be operated safely by anyone, it is being used increasingly in open access stacks.
    * * *

    Ex: Until recently movable shelving was used mainly in closed access stacks, but since some systems can be operated safely by anyone, it is being used increasingly in open access stacks.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con toda seguridad

  • 671 con toda sinceridad

    in all sincerity
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    = quite honestly, to put it frankly, in all sincerity, in all honesty
    Ex. I think this whole business about whether punctuation is obtrusive or not is quite honestly not worth discussing.
    Ex. That Dennis! When I think of him, I... well... to put it frankly, cringe.
    Ex. They were people in all sincerity willing to lay down their lives in the interests of freedom.
    Ex. In all honesty does weight have a huge impact on who you fancy?.
    * * *
    = quite honestly, to put it frankly, in all sincerity, in all honesty

    Ex: I think this whole business about whether punctuation is obtrusive or not is quite honestly not worth discussing.

    Ex: That Dennis! When I think of him, I... well... to put it frankly, cringe.
    Ex: They were people in all sincerity willing to lay down their lives in the interests of freedom.
    Ex: In all honesty does weight have a huge impact on who you fancy?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con toda sinceridad

  • 672 con toda tranquilidad

    (con calma) calmly 2 (con confianza) with no qualms
    * * *
    Ex. He glanced casually at the ill-balanced frontages of the buildings ahead that stretched on and on until they melded in an indistinguishable mass of gray at Laurence Street.
    * * *

    Ex: He glanced casually at the ill-balanced frontages of the buildings ahead that stretched on and on until they melded in an indistinguishable mass of gray at Laurence Street.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con toda tranquilidad

  • 673 cuaderno grande para hacer presentaciones en público

    (n.) = flip chart
    Ex. The team developed a flip chart which enabled pupils to master the concepts and skills necessary for understanding a map = El equipo creó un cuaderno grande para hacer presentaciones en público que le permitía a los alumnos aprender los conceptos y destrezas necesarias para interpretar un mapa.
    * * *
    (n.) = flip chart

    Ex: The team developed a flip chart which enabled pupils to master the concepts and skills necessary for understanding a map = El equipo creó un cuaderno grande para hacer presentaciones en público que le permitía a los alumnos aprender los conceptos y destrezas necesarias para interpretar un mapa.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuaderno grande para hacer presentaciones en público

  • 674 dar cabida a

    to leave room for
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    (v.) = accommodate, include, hold, take, make + room (for), leave + room for, leave + room for
    Ex. Changes have been made to accommodate modern approaches or new groupings of subjects.
    Ex. Document descriptions may be included in catalogues, bibliographies and other listings of documents.
    Ex. If the search is made with a call number, a summary of copies with that call number which are held by the library is first displayed.
    Ex. A common standard serial interface is the RS232C which takes a 24-pin plug and is commonly used to connect many peripherals including printers and modems.
    Ex. A scheme should allow relocation, in order to rectify an inappropriate placement, to eliminate dual provision (more than one place for one subject) to make room for new subjects.
    Ex. In the former case, the layout of the text is adjusted to leave room for the graphics.
    Ex. Pavements is included in the American sense; as Sidewalks does not rate a mention at all, this could leave room for ambiguity.
    * * *
    (v.) = accommodate, include, hold, take, make + room (for), leave + room for, leave + room for

    Ex: Changes have been made to accommodate modern approaches or new groupings of subjects.

    Ex: Document descriptions may be included in catalogues, bibliographies and other listings of documents.
    Ex: If the search is made with a call number, a summary of copies with that call number which are held by the library is first displayed.
    Ex: A common standard serial interface is the RS232C which takes a 24-pin plug and is commonly used to connect many peripherals including printers and modems.
    Ex: A scheme should allow relocation, in order to rectify an inappropriate placement, to eliminate dual provision (more than one place for one subject) to make room for new subjects.
    Ex: In the former case, the layout of the text is adjusted to leave room for the graphics.
    Ex: Pavements is included in the American sense; as Sidewalks does not rate a mention at all, this could leave room for ambiguity.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar cabida a

  • 675 dar una vuelta en coche

    to go for a drive, go for a spin
    * * *
    (v.) = go out for + a drive
    Ex. There was a time when even in cities it was regarded as a evidence of complete moral depravity for a man to go out for a drive on Sunday.
    * * *
    (v.) = go out for + a drive

    Ex: There was a time when even in cities it was regarded as a evidence of complete moral depravity for a man to go out for a drive on Sunday.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar una vuelta en coche

  • 676 de acá para allá

    to and fro, up and down
    * * *
    = back and forth, to and fro
    Ex. He informed me last spring that he was dedicating 30% of his budget to bussing all his staff back and forth each day.
    Ex. Around and around she went, becoming disoriented and losing her bearings, buffeted to and fro by the awesome power of Mother Nature.
    * * *
    = back and forth, to and fro

    Ex: He informed me last spring that he was dedicating 30% of his budget to bussing all his staff back and forth each day.

    Ex: Around and around she went, becoming disoriented and losing her bearings, buffeted to and fro by the awesome power of Mother Nature.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de acá para allá

  • 677 de aquí para allá

    back and forth, to and fro
    * * *
    Ex. He informed me last spring that he was dedicating 30% of his budget to bussing all his staff back and forth each day.
    * * *

    Ex: He informed me last spring that he was dedicating 30% of his budget to bussing all his staff back and forth each day.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de aquí para allá

  • 678 de toda la vida

    lifelong
    * * *
    (adj.) = lifelong [life-long]
    Ex. That is, his pupils might very well have been enjoying themselves, but he was not necessarily educating them into lifelong literary readers.
    * * *
    (adj.) = lifelong [life-long]

    Ex: That is, his pupils might very well have been enjoying themselves, but he was not necessarily educating them into lifelong literary readers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de toda la vida

  • 679 de un lado para otro

    about, all over the place, to and fro, backwards and forwards
    * * *
    = on the move, to and fro
    Ex. This article considers use of Internet electronic mail forwarding services to solve the problem faced by Internet users who are constantly on the move or changing Internet providers.
    Ex. Around and around she went, becoming disoriented and losing her bearings, buffeted to and fro by the awesome power of Mother Nature.
    * * *
    = on the move, to and fro

    Ex: This article considers use of Internet electronic mail forwarding services to solve the problem faced by Internet users who are constantly on the move or changing Internet providers.

    Ex: Around and around she went, becoming disoriented and losing her bearings, buffeted to and fro by the awesome power of Mother Nature.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un lado para otro

  • 680 desnudar a un santo para vestir a otro

    figurado to rob Peter to pay Paul
    * * *
    = rob Peter to pay Paul, rob Peter to pay Paul
    Ex. Unless US schools begin to get the funding needed for this, they will have to continue the current pattern of subsiding on-line and periodical costs from the books budget ie robbing Peter to pay Paul.
    Ex. Unless US schools begin to get the funding needed for this, they will have to continue the current pattern of subsiding on-line and periodical costs from the books budget ie robbing Peter to pay Paul.
    * * *
    = rob Peter to pay Paul, rob Peter to pay Paul

    Ex: Unless US schools begin to get the funding needed for this, they will have to continue the current pattern of subsiding on-line and periodical costs from the books budget ie robbing Peter to pay Paul.

    Ex: Unless US schools begin to get the funding needed for this, they will have to continue the current pattern of subsiding on-line and periodical costs from the books budget ie robbing Peter to pay Paul.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desnudar a un santo para vestir a otro

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