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  • 781 hacer una petición

    (v.) = frame + request, place + request, pose + request
    Ex. The librarian has to consider the needs of the library user and the way they frame their requests.
    Ex. A request is placed for documents by A N Whitehead.
    Ex. For instance, a request posed to the computer search for the occurrence of an individual term usually results in a statement which gives the number of documents whose records are stored in association with that terms.
    * * *
    (v.) = frame + request, place + request, pose + request

    Ex: The librarian has to consider the needs of the library user and the way they frame their requests.

    Ex: A request is placed for documents by A N Whitehead.
    Ex: For instance, a request posed to the computer search for the occurrence of an individual term usually results in a statement which gives the number of documents whose records are stored in association with that terms.

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  • 782 hacer uso de

    (v.) = make + use of, draw on/upon, leverage, patronise [patronize, -USA], patronage, tap into, deploy
    Ex. The example search in figure 8.3 shows how the statements in an online search make use of Boolean logic operators.
    Ex. Bay's essay was produced to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Gesner's birth and draws upon a mass of contemporary source material.
    Ex. Information seeking in electronic environments will become a collaboration among end user and various electronic systems such that users leverage their heuristic power and machines leverage algorithmic power.
    Ex. In the light of the continuing authoritarianism demonstrated by most librarians towards their patrons, it is small wonder that so few people patronized America's public libraries.
    Ex. 'Exit' is a vow, or intention, to never again patronage the offending library.
    Ex. It is clear that a powerful and mysterious force is pushing seniors toward greater volunteer involvement, and nonprofit groups should tap into this particularly civic age group before the Indian summer of volunteering reaches its end.
    Ex. The article presents the results of trials in which the model was deployed to classify aspects of the construction industry, such as construction norms and regulations.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + use of, draw on/upon, leverage, patronise [patronize, -USA], patronage, tap into, deploy

    Ex: The example search in figure 8.3 shows how the statements in an online search make use of Boolean logic operators.

    Ex: Bay's essay was produced to commemorate the 400th anniversary of Gesner's birth and draws upon a mass of contemporary source material.
    Ex: Information seeking in electronic environments will become a collaboration among end user and various electronic systems such that users leverage their heuristic power and machines leverage algorithmic power.
    Ex: In the light of the continuing authoritarianism demonstrated by most librarians towards their patrons, it is small wonder that so few people patronized America's public libraries.
    Ex: 'Exit' is a vow, or intention, to never again patronage the offending library.
    Ex: It is clear that a powerful and mysterious force is pushing seniors toward greater volunteer involvement, and nonprofit groups should tap into this particularly civic age group before the Indian summer of volunteering reaches its end.
    Ex: The article presents the results of trials in which the model was deployed to classify aspects of the construction industry, such as construction norms and regulations.

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  • 783 hacer ver

    v.
    to make understand.
    * * *
    to pretend
    * * *
    (v.) = alert to, bring to + Posesivo + attention, bring to + the attention, call + attention to, awaken, bring + home, open + Posesivo + eyes to, bring + attention to, bring to + Posesivo + notice, get across
    Ex. Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.
    Ex. Errors in colleagues' work should be brought to their attention tactfully and not in the presence of others = A los compañeros se les debería hacer ver sus errores discretamente y no en presencia de otros.
    Ex. Many displays are changed from time to time (for example, once a week, or once a month) so that various sections of the stock may be brought to the attention of the library's public over a period of time.
    Ex. The attention of the borrower is thus called to the presence of crossreferences.
    Ex. Schools need to make deliberate, carefully planned efforts to awaken parents to the part they play in the literary education of their children.
    Ex. The demands made of libraries by new technologies have brought home the need for rethinking in the areas of electrical cabling and soundproofing.
    Ex. Everyone who is a reader has his own list of books which at different times opened his eyes anew.
    Ex. In crisp, economical prose, the journal calmly brought attention to the nooks and crannies, and absurdities of university life, concerning itself with both the idiosyncratic and the profound.
    Ex. One moonlight night Sweeny was brought to our notice by his ejaculations of impatience at being obliged to come to a dead halt.
    Ex. The first word, 'communication,' should be familiar to librarians since we are in the business of getting across, linking up, in this age of enlightenment.
    * * *
    (v.) = alert to, bring to + Posesivo + attention, bring to + the attention, call + attention to, awaken, bring + home, open + Posesivo + eyes to, bring + attention to, bring to + Posesivo + notice, get across

    Ex: Having been alerted to the existence of a document, the user needs information concerning the actual location of the document, in order that the document may be read.

    Ex: Errors in colleagues' work should be brought to their attention tactfully and not in the presence of others = A los compañeros se les debería hacer ver sus errores discretamente y no en presencia de otros.
    Ex: Many displays are changed from time to time (for example, once a week, or once a month) so that various sections of the stock may be brought to the attention of the library's public over a period of time.
    Ex: The attention of the borrower is thus called to the presence of crossreferences.
    Ex: Schools need to make deliberate, carefully planned efforts to awaken parents to the part they play in the literary education of their children.
    Ex: The demands made of libraries by new technologies have brought home the need for rethinking in the areas of electrical cabling and soundproofing.
    Ex: Everyone who is a reader has his own list of books which at different times opened his eyes anew.
    Ex: In crisp, economical prose, the journal calmly brought attention to the nooks and crannies, and absurdities of university life, concerning itself with both the idiosyncratic and the profound.
    Ex: One moonlight night Sweeny was brought to our notice by his ejaculations of impatience at being obliged to come to a dead halt.
    Ex: The first word, 'communication,' should be familiar to librarians since we are in the business of getting across, linking up, in this age of enlightenment.

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  • 784 hacerse pasar por

    (v.) = masquerade as, impersonate
    Ex. Problems with selecting popular science books are discussed including: bias; conflicting viewpoints; and the problem of bogus science masquerading as respectable science.
    Ex. According to the analysis, intruders cannot obtain any secret information from transmitted messages and impersonate another legal user.
    * * *
    (v.) = masquerade as, impersonate

    Ex: Problems with selecting popular science books are discussed including: bias; conflicting viewpoints; and the problem of bogus science masquerading as respectable science.

    Ex: According to the analysis, intruders cannot obtain any secret information from transmitted messages and impersonate another legal user.

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  • 785 hachís

    m.
    hashish, hasheesh.
    * * *
    1 hashish
    * * *
    masculino hashish, hash (colloq)
    * * *
    = cannabis, hashish.
    Ex. It is possible, with in-built online authority control, to switch from the term entered automatically so that, for example, whether the user enters MARIHUANA or cannabis relevant records will still be retrieved.
    Ex. India is presently facing the problem of increased trafficking in drugs and heroin and hashish are supplied to the west through the subcontinent = Actualmente la India se enfrenta al problema del aumento del tráfico de drogas y se está suministrando heroína y hachís al occidente a través del subcontinente indio.
    * * *
    masculino hashish, hash (colloq)
    * * *
    = cannabis, hashish.

    Ex: It is possible, with in-built online authority control, to switch from the term entered automatically so that, for example, whether the user enters MARIHUANA or cannabis relevant records will still be retrieved.

    Ex: India is presently facing the problem of increased trafficking in drugs and heroin and hashish are supplied to the west through the subcontinent = Actualmente la India se enfrenta al problema del aumento del tráfico de drogas y se está suministrando heroína y hachís al occidente a través del subcontinente indio.

    * * *
    hashish, hash ( colloq)
    * * *

    hachís sustantivo masculino
    hashish, hash (colloq)
    hachís sustantivo masculino hashish
    ' hachís' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    china
    - chocolate
    - costo
    - porro
    English:
    cannabis
    - dope
    - hash
    - hashish
    - pot
    * * *
    hachís [χa'tʃis] nm
    hashish
    * * *
    m hashish
    * * *
    : hashish

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  • 786 haciendo esto

    = by so doing, by doing so
    Ex. By so doing the public library might well take upon itself a distinctive role in the community's pattern of communication.
    Ex. By doing so, librarians find hot spots on the Web that contain information germane to a user's query.
    * * *
    = by so doing, by doing so

    Ex: By so doing the public library might well take upon itself a distinctive role in the community's pattern of communication.

    Ex: By doing so, librarians find hot spots on the Web that contain information germane to a user's query.

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  • 787 hardware

    m.
    hardware (computing).
    * * *
    1 hardware
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    ['xarwer]
    SM hardware, computer hardware
    * * *
    ['xar(ð)wer]
    masculino hardware
    * * *
    = hardware, computer hardware, microcomputer hardware.
    Ex. In the case of microcomputers the information worker needs to be more concerned with the maintenance of the hardware than might be the case with either mainframe or minicomputers.
    Ex. A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a collection of computer hardware and software that enables geographic or spatial data to be recorded, manipulated and presented to the user.
    Ex. The article 'Cutting edge' describes current developments in microcomputer hardware which are likely to become commonplace adjuncts to library microcomputers in the next decade.
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    * hardware informático = computer hardware.
    * * *
    ['xar(ð)wer]
    masculino hardware
    * * *
    = hardware, computer hardware, microcomputer hardware.

    Ex: In the case of microcomputers the information worker needs to be more concerned with the maintenance of the hardware than might be the case with either mainframe or minicomputers.

    Ex: A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a collection of computer hardware and software that enables geographic or spatial data to be recorded, manipulated and presented to the user.
    Ex: The article 'Cutting edge' describes current developments in microcomputer hardware which are likely to become commonplace adjuncts to library microcomputers in the next decade.
    * hardware informático = computer hardware.

    * * *
    /ˈxar(ð)wer/
    hardware
    * * *
    hardware ['χarwer] nm
    Informát hardware
    * * *
    m INFOR hardware
    * * *
    hardware ['hard.wɛr] nm
    : computer hardware

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  • 788 hardware informático

    Ex. A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a collection of computer hardware and software that enables geographic or spatial data to be recorded, manipulated and presented to the user.
    * * *

    Ex: A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a collection of computer hardware and software that enables geographic or spatial data to be recorded, manipulated and presented to the user.

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  • 789 hasta

    adv.
    even (incluso).
    hasta en verano hace frío it's even cold in summer
    conj.
    even.
    prep.
    1 as far as, up to.
    voy hasta la próxima estación I'm going as far as the next station
    desde aquí hasta allí from here to there
    Caminamos hasta el lago We walked all the way to the lake.
    2 until, till.
    hasta ahora (up) until now, so far
    hasta el final right up until the end
    hasta luego o pronto o la vista see you (later)
    hasta que until, till
    hasta que vuelvas until you get back
    3 up to.
    un interés de hasta el 7 por ciento interest rates of up to 7 percent
    4 as many as, so many as.
    5 so much as, as much as.
    * * *
    1 (tiempo) until, till, up to
    2 (lugar) as far as, up to, down to
    3 (cantidad) up to, as many as
    4 (incluso) even
    ¡hasta el lunes! see you on Monday!
    ¡hasta mañana! see you tomorrow!
    \
    desde... hasta... from... to...
    ¿hasta cuándo? until when?, how long?
    ¿hasta cuándo tendremos que aguantar este gobierno? how long are we going to have to put up with this government?
    ¿hasta dónde? how far?
    hasta el punto que... to such a point that...
    ¡hasta la vista! see you!, cheerio!, US so long!
    ¡hasta luego! see you later!
    hasta más no poder as much as possible
    hasta que until
    * * *
    prep.
    1) until, till
    * * *
    1. PREP
    1) [en el espacio] [gen] to, as far as; (=hacia arriba) up to; (=hacia abajo) down to

    fuimos juntos hasta el primer pueblo, luego nos separamos — we went to o as far as the first village together, then we split up

    te acompaño, pero solo hasta el final de la calle — I'll go with you, but only to o up to o down to the end of the street

    ¿hasta dónde...? — how far...?

    ¿hasta dónde vais? — how far are you going?

    hasta tan lejos — that far, as far as that

    -fuimos andando hasta la ermita -¿hasta tan lejos? — "we walked to o as far as the chapel" - "that far?" o "as far as that?"

    2) [en el tiempo] until, till

    ¿siempre escuchas música hasta tan tarde? — do you always listen to music so late (at night)?

    hasta ahora — so far, up to now

    hasta ahora nadie se ha quejado — so far no one has complained, no one has complained up to now

    tuve problemas al principio, pero luego las cosas se tranquilizaron y hasta ahora — I had problems at the beginning but then things calmed down and since then it's been OK

    ¿hasta cuándo...? — how long... for?

    ¿hasta cuándo podemos seguir así? — how long can we carry on like this for?

    ¿hasta cuándo os quedáis? — how long are you staying (for)?

    hasta entonces — until then, (up) till then

    hasta la fechato date

    hasta el momento — so far, up to now, thus far frm

    hasta nueva ordenuntil further notice

    3) [con cantidades] [gen] up to; [con valor enfático] as much as/as many as
    4) [en expresiones de despedida]

    hasta la vista — see you, so long

    hasta luego — see you, bye *

    hasta más versee you again

    hasta otrasee you again

    hasta prontosee you soon

    hasta siempre* goodbye, farewell frm

    5) CAm, Col, Méx not... until, not... till

    hasta hoy lo conocí — I only met him today, I hadn't met him until o till today

    2. CONJ
    1)

    hasta que — until, till

    2) + infin until, till

    no se fueron hasta acabarthey didn't leave until o till they were finished

    3.
    ADV (=incluso) even
    HASTA La preposición hasta tiene varias traducciones posibles, dependiendo de si se emplea en expresiones de tiempo o de lugar. En expresiones de tiempo ► Generalmente se traduce por till o until. Till tiene un uso más informal que until y no suele ir al principio de la frase. El paquete no me llegó hasta dos semanas después The parcel did not arrive until o till two weeks later Hasta entonces las cosas nos iban bien Until then things were going well for us ► Además, hasta también se puede traducir por to en la construcción desde... hasta...: Estoy aquí todos los días desde las ocho hasta las tres I'm here every day from eight until o till o to three Te estuve esperando desde las once de la mañana hasta la una de la tarde I was waiting for you from eleven in the morning until o till o to one in the afternoon En expresiones de lugar ► Cuando usamos hasta en expresiones de lugar, podemos traducirlo por (up/down) to o por as far as: Caminó hasta el borde del acantilado He walked (up) to o as far as the edge of the cliff ¿Vamos hasta la orilla? Shall we go down to the shore? Ya anda solo hasta el sofá He can already walk on his own as far as o (up) to the sofa Para otros usos y ejemplos ver la entrada
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    I

    ¿hasta cuándo te quedas? - hasta el viernes — how long are you staying? - until o till Friday

    hasta hace unos años(up) until o up to a few years ago

    hasta ahora or hasta el momento — so far, up to now

    ¿siempre trabajas hasta tan tarde? — do you always work so late?

    b)

    hasta que — until, till

    hasta que + subj: espera hasta que pare de llover wait until o till it stops raining; es inocente hasta que (no) se demuestre lo contrario — he is innocent until proven guilty

    c)
    d) (AmC, Col, Méx) ( con valor negativo)

    hasta luegosee you (colloq), bye (colloq)

    hasta siempre, amigos — farewell, my friends

    2) ( en el espacio) to

    ¿hasta dónde va usted? — how far are you going?

    3) ( en cantidades) up to
    II
    adverbio even

    hasta te diría que... — I'd even go as o so far as to say that...

    * * *
    = through, till, down to, all the way to, up to, all the way up to, as far as.
    Ex. Taking 197 as the base year, the price index of journals for an academic veterinary library has risen 143.00 points, an annual average of 15.89 points through 1986.
    Ex. In this case when the < Page Down> key was pressed the display scrolled till the cursor reached the end of record.
    Ex. A user could formulate a request in natural language, which would then be processed by the system and matched against the data base to give a ranked output down to the set cut-off point.
    Ex. Indexes, abstracts, catalogues, bibliographies and so on, leading all the way to computer data bases, are set forth as the modern, timesaving and efficient ways to obtain information.
    Ex. If the contractor defaults in his performance and fails to fulfill his contractual promises, the surety can itself complete the contract, or pay damages up to the limit of the bond.
    Ex. This organization may vary from a one-person operation in a special library all the way up to an internationally known indexing and abstracting agency.
    Ex. The abstractor is expected to reflect the authors' emphases, priorities, order and language as far as is reasonable.
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    * Adjetivo + hasta la saciedad = endlessly + Adjetivo.
    * como mínimo hasta que = minimally until.
    * comprar hasta caer muerto = shop 'til you drop.
    * de hasta + Número = of up to + Número.
    * desde el amanecer hasta el atardecer = from dawn (to/till/until) dusk, from dawn (to/till/until) dusk.
    * desde entonces hasta la actualidad = from then to the present day.
    * desde + Expresión Temporal + hasta el presente = from + Expresión Temporal + up to the present.
    * desde + Expresión Temporal + hasta hoy día = from + Expresión Temporal + up to the present day.
    * desde + Fecha + hasta ahora = from + Fecha + to the present.
    * desde... hasta... = from... through..., during the period + Período de Tiempo, from... right across....
    * desde..., pasando por..., hasta... = from..., through..., to....
    * el mejor hasta ahora = the best yet.
    * el mejor que ha hecho hasta ahora = Posesivo + best yet.
    * fumar hasta desaparecer en una nube de humo = smoke + Reflexivo + into a cloud.
    * hacer hasta la presente = do + all along.
    * hacer + Nombre + llegar hasta aquí = get + Nombre + this far.
    * hasta ahora = as yet, hitherto, so far, thus far, to date, up to now, yet, heretofore, all along, up to this point, by now, as of today, until now, up until now, up till now, till now.
    * hasta ahora, todo bien = so far, so good.
    * hasta aquel entonces = until that time.
    * hasta aquel momento = until that time.
    * hasta aquí = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in, thus far, so far, until now, this far.
    * hasta aquí de trabajo = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in work.
    * hasta cierto punto = up to a point, to some degree, to some extent.
    * hasta donde alcance = to the limits of.
    * hasta donde alcanza la vista = as far as the eye can see, as far as the eye can see.
    * hasta donde es posible = as far as possible.
    * hasta donde llegue = to the limits of.
    * hasta donde + Pronombre + saber = to the best of + Posesivo + knowledge.
    * hasta donde sea posible = as far as possible.
    * hasta el amanacer = till dawn.
    * hasta el cuarenta de mayo no te quites el sayo = cast no clout till May is out.
    * hasta el cuello = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in, to the hilt.
    * hasta el cuello de trabajo = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in work.
    * hasta el extremo de = to the point of, up to the point of.
    * hasta el extremo que = up to the point where, to the point where.
    * hasta el final = until the end, until the bitter end.
    * hasta el final de los tiempos = till the end of time.
    * hasta el fin del mundo = until the end of the world.
    * hasta el límite de = to the limits of.
    * hasta el límite de las posibilidades de Algo/Alguien = to + Posesivo + full potential.
    * hasta el máximo de las posibilidades de Algo/Alguien = to + Posesivo + full potential.
    * hasta el mismo = right up to.
    * hasta el momento = as yet.
    * hasta el momento de = up to the point of, to the point of.
    * hasta el momento que = up to the point where, to the point where.
    * hasta el presente = until now, so far, up to now, to this day, as of this time, as of now, as of today, to date.
    * hasta el punto de = to the point of, up to the point of.
    * hasta el punto que = up to the point where, to the point where.
    * hasta el suelo = floor-length.
    * hasta el último minuto = until the last minute.
    * hasta entonces = hitherto, up till then, until that time, until then, till then.
    * hasta ese momento = up to that point.
    * hasta este momento = up to this point, up to this point.
    * hasta + Expresión Temporal = See you + Expresión Temporal, as far back as + Expresión Temporal.
    * hasta + Expresión Temporal + inclusive = on or before + Expresión Temporal.
    * hasta + Fecha = by + Fecha, up until + Fecha.
    * hasta hace muy poco = until recently, up until recently.
    * hasta hace relativamente poco tiempo = until relatively recently.
    * hasta hace + Tiempo = up until + Tiempo.
    * hasta hoy = to date, up to now, so far.
    * hasta la actualidad = to date, up to now, so far.
    * hasta la cintura = waist deep, waist high, waist length.
    * hasta la empuñadura = to the hilt.
    * hasta la fecha = to date, up to now, so far.
    * hasta la muerte = until the end, forever, until the bitter end.
    * hasta la presente = to this day, as of this time, as of now, as of today, to date, so far, up to now.
    * hasta la rodilla = knee deep, knee-high.
    * hasta la saciedad = ad nauseam.
    * hasta los codos = up to + Posesivo + armpits, up to + Posesivo + elbows.
    * hasta los hombros = shoulder-high, shoulder-length.
    * hasta los tobillos = ankle deep.
    * hasta los topes = packed to capacity, bursting at the seams, choc-a-block, chock-full, overloaded, packed to the rafters.
    * hasta los topes (de) = bursting with, jam-packed (with), filled to capacity.
    * hasta luego = I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside.
    * hasta mañana = I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside.
    * hasta + Nombre + incluido éste = up to and including + Nombre.
    * hasta + Nombre + inclusive = up to and including + Nombre.
    * hasta nuevo aviso = until further notice.
    * hasta + Número = up to + Número.
    * hasta pasar a una nueva situación = tide-over.
    * hasta pronto = bye for now, I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside.
    * hasta (que) = until.
    * Hasta que la muerte nos separe = Till death do us part.
    * hasta que no se demuestre lo contrario = until proven otherwise.
    * hasta qué punto = how far, the extent to which, to what extent.
    * hasta tal grado que = so much so that.
    * hasta tal punto + Adjetivo = such a + Nombre.
    * hasta tal punto que = to a point where.
    * hasta última hora = until the last minute.
    * hasta un máximo de + Número = up to + Número.
    * hasta un punto limitado = to a limited extent.
    * justo hasta = down to.
    * llevar Algo hasta el final = carry + Nombre + to the end.
    * metido hasta la rodilla = knee deep.
    * metido hasta los tobillos = ankle deep.
    * no volver hasta + Expresión Temporal = not be back for + Expresión Temporal.
    * que cubre hasta la rodilla = knee deep.
    * que cubre hasta los tobillos = ankle deep.
    * * *
    I

    ¿hasta cuándo te quedas? - hasta el viernes — how long are you staying? - until o till Friday

    hasta hace unos años(up) until o up to a few years ago

    hasta ahora or hasta el momento — so far, up to now

    ¿siempre trabajas hasta tan tarde? — do you always work so late?

    b)

    hasta que — until, till

    hasta que + subj: espera hasta que pare de llover wait until o till it stops raining; es inocente hasta que (no) se demuestre lo contrario — he is innocent until proven guilty

    c)
    d) (AmC, Col, Méx) ( con valor negativo)

    hasta luegosee you (colloq), bye (colloq)

    hasta siempre, amigos — farewell, my friends

    2) ( en el espacio) to

    ¿hasta dónde va usted? — how far are you going?

    3) ( en cantidades) up to
    II
    adverbio even

    hasta te diría que... — I'd even go as o so far as to say that...

    * * *
    hasta (que)

    Ex: Until the mid nineteenth century the concept of authorship was confined to personal authors.

    = through, till, down to, all the way to, up to, all the way up to, as far as.

    Ex: Taking 197 as the base year, the price index of journals for an academic veterinary library has risen 143.00 points, an annual average of 15.89 points through 1986.

    Ex: In this case when the < Page Down> key was pressed the display scrolled till the cursor reached the end of record.
    Ex: A user could formulate a request in natural language, which would then be processed by the system and matched against the data base to give a ranked output down to the set cut-off point.
    Ex: Indexes, abstracts, catalogues, bibliographies and so on, leading all the way to computer data bases, are set forth as the modern, timesaving and efficient ways to obtain information.
    Ex: If the contractor defaults in his performance and fails to fulfill his contractual promises, the surety can itself complete the contract, or pay damages up to the limit of the bond.
    Ex: This organization may vary from a one-person operation in a special library all the way up to an internationally known indexing and abstracting agency.
    Ex: The abstractor is expected to reflect the authors' emphases, priorities, order and language as far as is reasonable.
    * Adjetivo + hasta la saciedad = endlessly + Adjetivo.
    * como mínimo hasta que = minimally until.
    * comprar hasta caer muerto = shop 'til you drop.
    * de hasta + Número = of up to + Número.
    * desde el amanecer hasta el atardecer = from dawn (to/till/until) dusk, from dawn (to/till/until) dusk.
    * desde entonces hasta la actualidad = from then to the present day.
    * desde + Expresión Temporal + hasta el presente = from + Expresión Temporal + up to the present.
    * desde + Expresión Temporal + hasta hoy día = from + Expresión Temporal + up to the present day.
    * desde + Fecha + hasta ahora = from + Fecha + to the present.
    * desde... hasta... = from... through..., during the period + Período de Tiempo, from... right across....
    * desde..., pasando por..., hasta... = from..., through..., to....
    * el mejor hasta ahora = the best yet.
    * el mejor que ha hecho hasta ahora = Posesivo + best yet.
    * fumar hasta desaparecer en una nube de humo = smoke + Reflexivo + into a cloud.
    * hacer hasta la presente = do + all along.
    * hacer + Nombre + llegar hasta aquí = get + Nombre + this far.
    * hasta ahora = as yet, hitherto, so far, thus far, to date, up to now, yet, heretofore, all along, up to this point, by now, as of today, until now, up until now, up till now, till now.
    * hasta ahora, todo bien = so far, so good.
    * hasta aquel entonces = until that time.
    * hasta aquel momento = until that time.
    * hasta aquí = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in, thus far, so far, until now, this far.
    * hasta aquí de trabajo = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in work.
    * hasta cierto punto = up to a point, to some degree, to some extent.
    * hasta donde alcance = to the limits of.
    * hasta donde alcanza la vista = as far as the eye can see, as far as the eye can see.
    * hasta donde es posible = as far as possible.
    * hasta donde llegue = to the limits of.
    * hasta donde + Pronombre + saber = to the best of + Posesivo + knowledge.
    * hasta donde sea posible = as far as possible.
    * hasta el amanacer = till dawn.
    * hasta el cuarenta de mayo no te quites el sayo = cast no clout till May is out.
    * hasta el cuello = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in, to the hilt.
    * hasta el cuello de trabajo = up to + Posesivo + eyeballs in work.
    * hasta el extremo de = to the point of, up to the point of.
    * hasta el extremo que = up to the point where, to the point where.
    * hasta el final = until the end, until the bitter end.
    * hasta el final de los tiempos = till the end of time.
    * hasta el fin del mundo = until the end of the world.
    * hasta el límite de = to the limits of.
    * hasta el límite de las posibilidades de Algo/Alguien = to + Posesivo + full potential.
    * hasta el máximo de las posibilidades de Algo/Alguien = to + Posesivo + full potential.
    * hasta el mismo = right up to.
    * hasta el momento = as yet.
    * hasta el momento de = up to the point of, to the point of.
    * hasta el momento que = up to the point where, to the point where.
    * hasta el presente = until now, so far, up to now, to this day, as of this time, as of now, as of today, to date.
    * hasta el punto de = to the point of, up to the point of.
    * hasta el punto que = up to the point where, to the point where.
    * hasta el suelo = floor-length.
    * hasta el último minuto = until the last minute.
    * hasta entonces = hitherto, up till then, until that time, until then, till then.
    * hasta ese momento = up to that point.
    * hasta este momento = up to this point, up to this point.
    * hasta + Expresión Temporal = See you + Expresión Temporal, as far back as + Expresión Temporal.
    * hasta + Expresión Temporal + inclusive = on or before + Expresión Temporal.
    * hasta + Fecha = by + Fecha, up until + Fecha.
    * hasta hace muy poco = until recently, up until recently.
    * hasta hace relativamente poco tiempo = until relatively recently.
    * hasta hace + Tiempo = up until + Tiempo.
    * hasta hoy = to date, up to now, so far.
    * hasta la actualidad = to date, up to now, so far.
    * hasta la cintura = waist deep, waist high, waist length.
    * hasta la empuñadura = to the hilt.
    * hasta la fecha = to date, up to now, so far.
    * hasta la muerte = until the end, forever, until the bitter end.
    * hasta la presente = to this day, as of this time, as of now, as of today, to date, so far, up to now.
    * hasta la rodilla = knee deep, knee-high.
    * hasta la saciedad = ad nauseam.
    * hasta los codos = up to + Posesivo + armpits, up to + Posesivo + elbows.
    * hasta los hombros = shoulder-high, shoulder-length.
    * hasta los tobillos = ankle deep.
    * hasta los topes = packed to capacity, bursting at the seams, choc-a-block, chock-full, overloaded, packed to the rafters.
    * hasta los topes (de) = bursting with, jam-packed (with), filled to capacity.
    * hasta luego = I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside.
    * hasta mañana = I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside.
    * hasta + Nombre + incluido éste = up to and including + Nombre.
    * hasta + Nombre + inclusive = up to and including + Nombre.
    * hasta nuevo aviso = until further notice.
    * hasta + Número = up to + Número.
    * hasta pasar a una nueva situación = tide-over.
    * hasta pronto = bye for now, I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside.
    * hasta (que) = until.
    * Hasta que la muerte nos separe = Till death do us part.
    * hasta que no se demuestre lo contrario = until proven otherwise.
    * hasta qué punto = how far, the extent to which, to what extent.
    * hasta tal grado que = so much so that.
    * hasta tal punto + Adjetivo = such a + Nombre.
    * hasta tal punto que = to a point where.
    * hasta última hora = until the last minute.
    * hasta un máximo de + Número = up to + Número.
    * hasta un punto limitado = to a limited extent.
    * justo hasta = down to.
    * llevar Algo hasta el final = carry + Nombre + to the end.
    * metido hasta la rodilla = knee deep.
    * metido hasta los tobillos = ankle deep.
    * no volver hasta + Expresión Temporal = not be back for + Expresión Temporal.
    * que cubre hasta la rodilla = knee deep.
    * que cubre hasta los tobillos = ankle deep.

    * * *
    1 until
    ¿hasta cuándo te quedas? — hasta el viernes how long are you staying? — until o till Friday
    no se levanta hasta las once she doesn't get up till o until eleven
    Francisco Mera, el hasta ahora presidente de la Confederación Francisco Mera, hitherto president of the Confederation ( frml)
    hasta hace algunos años until o up until o up to a few years ago
    desde que asumieron el poder hasta la fecha or hasta ahora from the time they came to power until now o until the present day
    hasta ahora or hasta el momento so far, up to now
    ¿siempre trabajas hasta tan tarde? do you always work so late?
    hasta + INF:
    no descansó hasta terminar she didn't rest until she'd finished
    2
    hasta que until, till
    esperamos hasta que paró de llover we waited until it stopped raining
    hasta QUE + SUBJ:
    espera hasta que pare de llover wait until o till it stops raining
    decidieron esperar hasta que parase de llover they decided to wait until o till it stopped raining
    es inocente hasta que (no) se demuestre lo contrario he is innocent until proven guilty
    no se acuesta hasta que (no) termine de leerlo he doesn't go to bed until he has read it
    3
    hasta tanto until such time as
    hasta tanto el pueblo (no) se pronuncie en un referéndum until such (a) time as the people voice their opinion in a referendum
    4
    (AmC, Col, Méx) (con valor negativo): será publicado hasta fines de año it won't be published until the end of the year
    hasta ahora la gente empieza a darse cuenta people are only (just) beginning to realize now
    cierran hasta las nueve they don't close until o till nine
    hasta que tomé la píldora se me quitó el dolor the pain didn't go away until o till I took the tablet
    5
    (en saludos): hasta mañana/la semana que viene see you tomorrow/next week
    hasta luego or lueguito ( fam) see you ( colloq), bye ( colloq)
    hasta pronto see you soon
    hasta ahora see you soon, see you in a minute
    hasta siempre, compañeros farewell, my friends
    viajé con ella desde Puebla hasta Veracruz I traveled with her from Puebla to Veracruz
    el agua me llegaba hasta los hombros the water came up to o came up as far as my shoulders
    traza una línea desde aquí hasta aquí draw a line from here to here
    ¿me acompañas hasta la parada? will you come to o come as far as the stop with me?
    ¿hasta dónde va usted? how far are you going?
    hasta el 80% del total up to 80% of the total
    hay que hacer hasta el ejercicio diez inclusive we have to do up to and including exercise ten, we have to do as far as exercise ten
    hasta cierto punto tiene razón she's right, up to a point o to a certain extent, she's right
    even
    eso lo sabe hasta un niño de dos años even a two-year-old knows that
    hasta te diría que … I'd even go as o so far as to say that …
    * * *

     

    hasta preposición
    1 ( en el tiempo)
    a) until;


    hasta el momento so far, up to now
    b)


    espera hasta que pare de llover wait until o till it stops raining
    c)


    d) (AmC, Col, Méx) ( con valor negativo):

    cierran hasta las nueve they don't close until o till nine

    e) ( en saludos):


    hasta luego/pronto see you (colloq), see you soon
    2 ( en el espacio) to;

    el pelo le llega hasta la cintura her hair goes down to her waist;
    ¿hasta dónde llega? how far does it go?
    3 ( en cantidades) up to;

    ■ adverbio
    even
    hasta
    I preposición
    1 (marca límite: en el espacio) up to, as far as, down to
    hasta el final, right to the end
    (en el tiempo) until, till, up to
    hasta junio, until June
    hasta la fecha, up to now
    hasta entonces todo había ido bien, until then everything had gone smoothly
    (en la cantidad) up to, as many as: sólo puedo gastarme hasta cinco mil pesetas, I can only spend up to five thousand pesetas
    (en la acción) till, until: hasta sus últimas consecuencias, till the bitter end
    firme hasta la muerte, firm till death
    2 (indica sorpresa) even: hasta nosotros nos divertimos con la película, even we enjoyed the film
    II conj
    1 (seguido de gerundio o cuando) even when: hasta cuando vamos al cine tiene que comer, even when we go to the cinema she has to be eating
    hasta llorando está guapo, he's good-looking even when he cries
    2 hasta que, until: estúdialo hasta que lo sepas, study it until you know it
    ♦ Locuciones: hasta luego, see you later
    hasta mañana, see you tomorrow
    hasta la coronilla, sick and tired
    hasta el último detalle, to the last chapter and verse
    hasta el día del juicio, till hell freezes o till the cows come home
    ' hasta' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    acompañar
    - ahora
    - alcanzar
    - aquí
    - armada
    - armado
    - aviso
    - bandera
    - calada
    - calado
    - calarse
    - charla
    - cierta
    - cierto
    - combatir
    - coronilla
    - derramamiento
    - descolgarse
    - desde
    - disolución
    - entonces
    - escobilla
    - esprintar
    - fecha
    - gorgorito
    - gorro
    - gruñido
    - hartar
    - inclusive
    - incluso
    - luego
    - mañana
    - media
    - médula
    - moño
    - odisea
    - paciencia
    - pringada
    - pringado
    - punto
    - rasa
    - raso
    - relativamente
    - saciedad
    - seguir
    - sobremesa
    - sopa
    - tanta
    - tanto
    - tarde
    English:
    actually
    - adjourn
    - as
    - attain
    - be
    - best
    - bitter
    - bleed
    - blue
    - blunder
    - bonded warehouse
    - brassed off
    - brim
    - brown
    - buckle up
    - burn
    - bye
    - bye-bye
    - call at
    - certain
    - cheer
    - cheerio
    - cheese off
    - clear
    - come up to
    - cross-country
    - date
    - death
    - deep
    - degree
    - drip
    - end
    - even
    - ex
    - expect
    - extend
    - extent
    - eye
    - face
    - far
    - fast forward
    - fight
    - fight on
    - fill up
    - follow through
    - further
    - gallop up
    - get up to
    - hear of
    - hitherto
    * * *
    prep
    1. [en el espacio] as far as, up to;
    desde aquí hasta allí from here to there;
    llegaré hasta allí en diez minutos I'll get there in ten minutes;
    ¿hasta dónde va este tren? where does this train go?;
    ¿hasta dónde viajas? where are you travelling to?, how far are you going?;
    voy hasta la próxima estación I'm going as far as the next station
    2. [en el tiempo] until, till;
    quedan dos semanas hasta Navidad there are two weeks to go until o till Christmas;
    hasta el final right up until the end;
    no vi el mar hasta los diez años I never saw the sea until I was ten years old;
    no parará hasta lograr su objetivo she won't stop until she gets what she wants;
    nos reímos hasta no poder más we laughed ourselves silly;
    hasta ahora [por ahora] (up) until now, so far;
    [como despedida] see you later o in a minute;
    Carolina Méndez, la hasta ahora portavoz del gobierno Carolina Méndez, who until now has been the government's spokesperson;
    hasta que until, till;
    esperaré hasta que llegues I'll wait until o till you arrive;
    no me detendré hasta que descubra la verdad I won't stop until o till I find out the truth;
    falta mucho hasta que esté acabado there's still a long way to go until o till o before it's finished
    3. [en saludos]
    hasta luego o [m5] pronto o [m5] la vista see you (later);
    hasta mañana see you tomorrow;
    hasta más ver I'll be seeing you;
    hasta nunca I hope I never see you again;
    hasta otra I'll see you when I see you, see you again some time;
    hasta la próxima see you next time;
    hasta siempre farewell;
    hasta la vuelta I'll see you when you get back
    4. CAm, Col, Ecuad, Méx [no antes de]
    pintaremos la casa hasta fin de mes we won't start painting the house until the end of the month;
    ¿llevas diez días aquí y hasta ahora me llamas? you've been here ten days and it's taken you that long to phone me?
    5. [con cantidades] up to;
    puedes ganar hasta un millón you can earn up to a million;
    un interés de hasta el 7 por ciento interest rates of up to 7 percent;
    leí hasta la página 30 I read as far as o up to page 30
    adv
    [incluso] even;
    hasta en verano hace frío it's even cold in summer;
    hasta cuando descansa está pensando en el trabajo even when he's resting he's (still) thinking about work;
    hasta ellos querían venir even they wanted to come
    * * *
    I prp until, till;
    hasta que until;
    llegó hasta Bilbao he went as far as Bilbao;
    hasta aquí up to here;
    hasta ahora so far;
    ¿hasta cuándo? how long?;
    no se levanta hasta las diez he doesn’t get up until ten o’clock;
    ¡hasta luego! see you (later);
    ¡hasta la vista! see you (later)
    II adv even;
    hasta un niño podría hacerlo even a child could do it
    * * *
    hasta adv
    : even
    hasta prep
    1) : until, up until
    hasta entonces: until then
    ¡hasta luego!: see you later!
    2) : as far as
    nos fuimos hasta Managua: we went all the way to Managua
    3) : up to
    hasta cierto punto: up to a certain point
    4)
    hasta que : until
    * * *
    hasta1 adv even
    hasta2 prep
    1. (tiempo) until / till
    2. (cantidad) up to
    3. (lugar) as far as
    desde... hasta from... to
    ¿hasta cuándo...? how long...?
    ¿hasta cuándo te quedas? how long are you staying?

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta

  • 790 hasta el último minuto

    Ex. The idea of waiting until the last minute to develop training for a system is good evidence that the system, particularly the user interface, was not thought out very well in the first place.
    * * *

    Ex: The idea of waiting until the last minute to develop training for a system is good evidence that the system, particularly the user interface, was not thought out very well in the first place.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta el último minuto

  • 791 hasta última hora

    Ex. The idea of waiting until the last minute to develop training for a system is good evidence that the system, particularly the user interface, was not thought out very well in the first place.
    * * *

    Ex: The idea of waiting until the last minute to develop training for a system is good evidence that the system, particularly the user interface, was not thought out very well in the first place.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta última hora

  • 792 hecho a medida

    (adj.) = customised [customized, -USA], purpose-designed, tailored, tailor-made [tailormade], custom-made, custom-built [custom built], custom-designed [custom designed], custom-tailored [custom tailored], bespoke, made to measure, fitted, made-to-order
    Ex. Librarians are now asking vendors to provide customized services as well.
    Ex. This is to opt for local cataloguing using either a purpose-designed software package or a standard software package.
    Ex. Tailored formats are provided on the screen for the input and amendment of records.
    Ex. Fourthly, it had an inbuilt classified notational structure which were almost tailor-made for the production of subject catalogues.
    Ex. The only viable alternatives open to would-be users are to produce or commission the production of custom-made application programs.
    Ex. This library van was custom built for the needs of older people and those with mobility problems, and incorporates a lift, grab rails, and comfortable seating.
    Ex. Because of this absence of standardisation each modern archivist wants an individual custom-designed data base management system.
    Ex. The result is an optimal cluster of relevant data items, custom-tailored for each user's needs.
    Ex. The software package 'MULTITRIEVE 2' was developed as a means of producing bespoke information retrieval systems.
    Ex. The article ' Made to measure' reviews available techniques for users of the Internet to customize their terminal and access mode.
    Ex. Men of the upper classes went to a tailor for individually fitted garments.
    Ex. The Daily Mail reports that made-to-order embryos are being offered, at a cost of about $10000.
    * * *
    (adj.) = customised [customized, -USA], purpose-designed, tailored, tailor-made [tailormade], custom-made, custom-built [custom built], custom-designed [custom designed], custom-tailored [custom tailored], bespoke, made to measure, fitted, made-to-order

    Ex: Librarians are now asking vendors to provide customized services as well.

    Ex: This is to opt for local cataloguing using either a purpose-designed software package or a standard software package.
    Ex: Tailored formats are provided on the screen for the input and amendment of records.
    Ex: Fourthly, it had an inbuilt classified notational structure which were almost tailor-made for the production of subject catalogues.
    Ex: The only viable alternatives open to would-be users are to produce or commission the production of custom-made application programs.
    Ex: This library van was custom built for the needs of older people and those with mobility problems, and incorporates a lift, grab rails, and comfortable seating.
    Ex: Because of this absence of standardisation each modern archivist wants an individual custom-designed data base management system.
    Ex: The result is an optimal cluster of relevant data items, custom-tailored for each user's needs.
    Ex: The software package 'MULTITRIEVE 2' was developed as a means of producing bespoke information retrieval systems.
    Ex: The article ' Made to measure' reviews available techniques for users of the Internet to customize their terminal and access mode.
    Ex: Men of the upper classes went to a tailor for individually fitted garments.
    Ex: The Daily Mail reports that made-to-order embryos are being offered, at a cost of about $10000.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hecho a medida

  • 793 hecho a propósito

    (adj.) = tailor-made [tailormade], custom-made, custom-built [custom built], custom-designed [custom designed], custom-tailored [custom tailored]
    Ex. Fourthly, it had an inbuilt classified notational structure which were almost tailor-made for the production of subject catalogues.
    Ex. The only viable alternatives open to would-be users are to produce or commission the production of custom-made application programs.
    Ex. This library van was custom built for the needs of older people and those with mobility problems, and incorporates a lift, grab rails, and comfortable seating.
    Ex. Because of this absence of standardisation each modern archivist wants an individual custom-designed data base management system.
    Ex. The result is an optimal cluster of relevant data items, custom-tailored for each user's needs.
    * * *
    (adj.) = tailor-made [tailormade], custom-made, custom-built [custom built], custom-designed [custom designed], custom-tailored [custom tailored]

    Ex: Fourthly, it had an inbuilt classified notational structure which were almost tailor-made for the production of subject catalogues.

    Ex: The only viable alternatives open to would-be users are to produce or commission the production of custom-made application programs.
    Ex: This library van was custom built for the needs of older people and those with mobility problems, and incorporates a lift, grab rails, and comfortable seating.
    Ex: Because of this absence of standardisation each modern archivist wants an individual custom-designed data base management system.
    Ex: The result is an optimal cluster of relevant data items, custom-tailored for each user's needs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hecho a propósito

  • 794 hecho casual

    (n.) = coincidence, chance happening
    Ex. This coincidence between indexing and user approach is known as user warrant: in other words the indexing system must be tailored to the needs of the users of the index.
    Ex. Luck also called fortuity is a chance happening, or that which happens beyond a persons control.
    * * *
    (n.) = coincidence, chance happening

    Ex: This coincidence between indexing and user approach is known as user warrant: in other words the indexing system must be tailored to the needs of the users of the index.

    Ex: Luck also called fortuity is a chance happening, or that which happens beyond a persons control.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hecho casual

  • 795 hecho por encargo

    = tailor-made [tailormade], bespoke, custom-made, custom-built [custom built], custom-designed [custom designed], custom-tailored [custom tailored], made-to-order, made to measure
    Ex. Fourthly, it had an inbuilt classified notational structure which were almost tailor-made for the production of subject catalogues.
    Ex. The software package 'MULTITRIEVE 2' was developed as a means of producing bespoke information retrieval systems.
    Ex. The only viable alternatives open to would-be users are to produce or commission the production of custom-made application programs.
    Ex. This library van was custom built for the needs of older people and those with mobility problems, and incorporates a lift, grab rails, and comfortable seating.
    Ex. Because of this absence of standardisation each modern archivist wants an individual custom-designed data base management system.
    Ex. The result is an optimal cluster of relevant data items, custom-tailored for each user's needs.
    Ex. The Daily Mail reports that made-to-order embryos are being offered, at a cost of about $10000.
    Ex. The article ' Made to measure' reviews available techniques for users of the Internet to customize their terminal and access mode.
    * * *
    = tailor-made [tailormade], bespoke, custom-made, custom-built [custom built], custom-designed [custom designed], custom-tailored [custom tailored], made-to-order, made to measure

    Ex: Fourthly, it had an inbuilt classified notational structure which were almost tailor-made for the production of subject catalogues.

    Ex: The software package 'MULTITRIEVE 2' was developed as a means of producing bespoke information retrieval systems.
    Ex: The only viable alternatives open to would-be users are to produce or commission the production of custom-made application programs.
    Ex: This library van was custom built for the needs of older people and those with mobility problems, and incorporates a lift, grab rails, and comfortable seating.
    Ex: Because of this absence of standardisation each modern archivist wants an individual custom-designed data base management system.
    Ex: The result is an optimal cluster of relevant data items, custom-tailored for each user's needs.
    Ex: The Daily Mail reports that made-to-order embryos are being offered, at a cost of about $10000.
    Ex: The article ' Made to measure' reviews available techniques for users of the Internet to customize their terminal and access mode.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hecho por encargo

  • 796 heroína

    f.
    1 heroin, heroin drug.
    2 heroine, main woman character.
    3 courageous woman, heroine.
    * * *
    1 (mujer) heroine
    2 (droga) heroin
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    I
    SF (=mujer) heroine
    II
    SF (=droga) heroin
    * * *
    1) ( persona) heroine
    2) ( droga) heroin
    * * *
    = heroine, heroin.
    Nota: Droga.
    Ex. He admitted he read glossy modern thrillers in which the heroes are always taking three fingers of rye and the blonde heroines are voluptuous in bar after bar.
    Ex. India is presently facing the problem of increased trafficking in drugs and heroin and hashish are supplied to the west through the subcontinent = Actualmente la India se enfrenta al problema del aumento del tráfico de drogas y se está suministrando heroína y hachís al occidente a través del subcontinente indio.
    ----
    * consumidor de heroina = heroin user.
    * * *
    1) ( persona) heroine
    2) ( droga) heroin
    * * *
    = heroine, heroin.
    Nota: Droga.

    Ex: He admitted he read glossy modern thrillers in which the heroes are always taking three fingers of rye and the blonde heroines are voluptuous in bar after bar.

    Ex: India is presently facing the problem of increased trafficking in drugs and heroin and hashish are supplied to the west through the subcontinent = Actualmente la India se enfrenta al problema del aumento del tráfico de drogas y se está suministrando heroína y hachís al occidente a través del subcontinente indio.
    * consumidor de heroina = heroin user.

    * * *
    B (droga) heroin
    * * *

    heroína sustantivo femenino
    1 ( persona) heroine
    2 ( droga) heroin
    heroína sustantivo femenino
    1 (mujer) heroine
    2 (droga) heroin
    ' heroína' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    caballo
    - enganchada
    - enganchado
    - hábito
    - adicción
    - inyectar
    English:
    heroin
    - heroine
    - smack
    - worth
    * * *
    1. [mujer] heroine
    2. [droga] heroin
    * * *
    f
    1 mujer heroine
    2 droga heroin
    * * *
    1) : heroine
    2) : heroin
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    1. (mujer) heroine
    2. (droga) heroin

    Spanish-English dictionary > heroína

  • 797 herramienta de evaluación

    Ex. The project demonstrated the efficacy of conventional assessment tools adapted to a particular collection and user community.
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    Ex: The project demonstrated the efficacy of conventional assessment tools adapted to a particular collection and user community.

    Spanish-English dictionary > herramienta de evaluación

  • 798 herramienta de recuperación de información

    Ex. In searching, a user will postcoordinate truncated keys derived from words in various elements of the entries, thereby making possible an extremely powerful retrieval tool.
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    Ex: In searching, a user will postcoordinate truncated keys derived from words in various elements of the entries, thereby making possible an extremely powerful retrieval tool.

    Spanish-English dictionary > herramienta de recuperación de información

  • 799 herramienta informática

    Ex. The development of new information techniques -- informatics, computerisation, teledocumentation -- has given rise to a new type of documentalist trained in the special skills necessary to facilitate user access to international data bases using modern computer tools.
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    Ex: The development of new information techniques -- informatics, computerisation, teledocumentation -- has given rise to a new type of documentalist trained in the special skills necessary to facilitate user access to international data bases using modern computer tools.

    Spanish-English dictionary > herramienta informática

  • 800 hipergráfica

    Ex. Transient hypergraphs are generated dynamically in response to a user query and exist only for the duration of a query or query session.
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    Ex: Transient hypergraphs are generated dynamically in response to a user query and exist only for the duration of a query or query session.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hipergráfica

См. также в других словарях:

  • user — [ yze ] v. tr. <conjug. : 1> • user son temps, sa vie « consommer, achever » 1080; lat. pop. °usare, de usus, p. p. de uti « se servir de » I ♦ V. tr. ind. (1267) USER DE. 1 ♦ Vx ou didact. Faire en sorte qu une chose produise un effet… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • user — User, Atterere, Deterere, Absumere, Consumere. User sa vie en procez, Vitam simul et litem ducere, Liti non superþesse, Vitam ducere lites ducendo. B. User la plante de ses pieds, Obterere vestigia, Calces deterere. User à force de frotter,… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • USER — is an international recording artist who earned his chops in the techno industrial period of the 1990s playing guitar with such notable bands as Atlantic recording artists MOEV (Crucify me, Yeah whatever) and the singer Dean Russell created music …   Wikipedia

  • user — us‧er [ˈjuːzə ǁ ər] noun [countable] someone or something that uses a product or service: • Computer users can download the program and use it free of charge for 90 days. ˌend ˈuser also end user MARKETING the person who actually uses a… …   Financial and business terms

  • user — index customer Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 user …   Law dictionary

  • user — [yo͞o′zər] n. [ USER sense 1 < US(E) + ER; in USER sense 2 a substantive use of OFr user, to use] 1. a person or thing that uses something (stated or implied); specif., ☆ a) a person who uses drugs; addict b) a pe …   English World dictionary

  • User — [ ju:zɐ] der; s, <aus gleichbed. engl. user, eigtl. »Benutzer«, zu to use »gebrauchen«, dies aus (alt)fr. user, vgl. ↑Usance>: 1. (Jargon) Drogenabhängiger. 2. jmd., der mit einem Computer arbeitet, Computerprogramme anwendet (EDV) …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • uşer — UŞÉR, uşeri, s.m. (În evul mediu) Dregător de curte în Moldova, care avea sarcina de a primi solii şi de a i introduce la domn; funcţie ocupată de acest dregător. [var.: uşár s.m.] – Uşă + suf. er. Trimis de valeriu, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DEX 98 … …   Dicționar Român

  • user — c.1400, agent noun from USE (Cf. use) (v.). Of narcotics, from 1935; of computers, from 1967. User friendly (1977) is said in some sources to have been coined by software designer Harlan Crowder as early as 1972 …   Etymology dictionary

  • User — Us er, n. 1. One who uses. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. (Law) Enjoyment of property; use. Mozley & W. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • User — User,der:⇨Rauschgiftsüchtige …   Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme

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