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  • 1 visible

    adj.
    visible.
    estar visible to be decent o presentable (presentable)
    * * *
    1 (que se ve) visible
    2 (evidente) evident
    \
    estar visible figurado to be decent
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=que se ve) visible

    es visible a simple vista — it's visible to the naked eye, it can be seen with the naked eye

    ponlo donde esté bien visible — put it where it can be easily seen, put it where it's clearly visible

    2) (=evidente)

    la miró con visible enojo — he looked at her, visibly annoyed

    3) (=decente) decent, presentable

    ¿estás visible? — are you decent o presentable?

    * * *
    a) [ser] ( que puede verse) visible
    b) [ser] ( manifiesto) visible, clear
    c) (fam) [estar] ( presentable) presentable, decent
    * * *
    = visible, perceptible, noticeable.
    Ex. Since a software package is to be sold it must be visible on the marketplace.
    Ex. The library was found to have inadequate lighting for the partially sighted and a lack of a fire warning perceptible to the deaf.
    Ex. The most noticeable effect the advent of Islam had on Arab names was not so much on structure as on choice.
    ----
    * hacerse visible = gain + exposure.
    * hacer visible = render + visible.
    * índice visible = visible index.
    * * *
    a) [ser] ( que puede verse) visible
    b) [ser] ( manifiesto) visible, clear
    c) (fam) [estar] ( presentable) presentable, decent
    * * *
    = visible, perceptible, noticeable.

    Ex: Since a software package is to be sold it must be visible on the marketplace.

    Ex: The library was found to have inadequate lighting for the partially sighted and a lack of a fire warning perceptible to the deaf.
    Ex: The most noticeable effect the advent of Islam had on Arab names was not so much on structure as on choice.
    * hacerse visible = gain + exposure.
    * hacer visible = render + visible.
    * índice visible = visible index.

    * * *
    1 [ SER] (que puede verse) visible
    desde esta distancia no es visible from this distance it's not visible o you can't see it
    2 [ SER] (evidente, ostensible) visible, clear
    visibles signos de desnutrición clear o visible signs of malnutrition
    3 ( fam) [ ESTAR] (presentable) presentable, decent
    * * *

    visible adjetivo
    a) [ser] visible

    b) (fam) [estar] ( presentable) presentable, decent

    visible adjetivo
    1 (que se puede ver) visible
    2 (notorio, evidente) evident, obvious, clear
    ' visible' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    adivinarse
    - donde
    - resaltar
    - vista
    English:
    appear
    - conspicuous
    - inconspicuous
    - meteor
    - out
    - sight
    - view
    - visible
    - black
    - clearly
    - faint
    - naked
    - shape
    - show
    * * *
    visible adj
    1. [objeto, defecto] visible;
    es visible a varios metros it is visible at several metres
    2. [evidente] [temblor, sentimiento] visible;
    se fue con visible satisfacción she left visibly pleased
    3. [presentable]
    estar visible to be decent o presentable
    * * *
    adj visible; fig
    evident, obvious
    * * *
    visible adj
    : visible
    visiblemente adv
    * * *
    visible adj visible

    Spanish-English dictionary > visible

  • 2 índice visible

    Ex. Visible indexes, strangely, are normally used for catalogues.
    * * *

    Ex: Visible indexes, strangely, are normally used for catalogues.

    Spanish-English dictionary > índice visible

  • 3 tarjeta de índice visible

    • visible index card

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > tarjeta de índice visible

  • 4 detallado

    adj.
    detailed, itemized, minute, blow-by-blow.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: detallar.
    * * *
    1→ link=detallar detallar
    1 detailed, thorough
    * * *
    (f. - detallada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ [informe, relato] detailed; [declaración] circumstantial; [conocimiento] detailed, intimate
    * * *
    - da adjetivo <factura/cuenta> itemized, detailed; <estudio/descripción> detailed
    * * *
    = careful, detailed, diligent, elaborate, elaborated, in-depth [in depth], point-by-point, scripted, step by step, thorough, meticulous, painstaking, stage by stage, fine-grained, blow-by-blow.
    Ex. The format of the description in an analytical entry requires careful consideration.
    Ex. However, many indexing systems have evolved over the last century, and have their roots in a time when detailed specification of subjects was unnecessary.
    Ex. If the scholar can get at only one a week by diligent search, his syntheses are not likely to keep up with the current scene.
    Ex. These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
    Ex. An explanatory reference is an elaborated 'see' or 'see also' reference that explains the circumstances under which the headings involved should be consulted.
    Ex. She organized the library's program of in-depth seminars on how to use the library for faculty in the social sciences and humanities.
    Ex. This point-by-point evaluation makes a fairly convincing case for the public access online catalogue.
    Ex. A program consisting of readings, improvised scenes, and scripted extracts from the author's work is the kind of project I have in mind.
    Ex. The VDU gives step by step instructions for those not familiar with search procedures.
    Ex. Timely and thorough planning is essential.
    Ex. Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.
    Ex. He uses a well-known simile in saying that 'the most painstaking examination of innumerable single trees will not tell us much about the nature of the forest'.
    Ex. The author outlines a stage by stage on-line search strategy to help find pairs of journals that are logically and scientifically related.
    Ex. Both simple and fine-grained policies can be written to permit or deny access to this type of repository.
    Ex. Sometimes the major threads of his argument get lost in blow-by-blow accounts of political debates that go nowhere.
    ----
    * conocimiento detallado = intimate knowledge.
    * entrevista detallada = in-depth interview.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo <factura/cuenta> itemized, detailed; <estudio/descripción> detailed
    * * *
    = careful, detailed, diligent, elaborate, elaborated, in-depth [in depth], point-by-point, scripted, step by step, thorough, meticulous, painstaking, stage by stage, fine-grained, blow-by-blow.

    Ex: The format of the description in an analytical entry requires careful consideration.

    Ex: However, many indexing systems have evolved over the last century, and have their roots in a time when detailed specification of subjects was unnecessary.
    Ex: If the scholar can get at only one a week by diligent search, his syntheses are not likely to keep up with the current scene.
    Ex: These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
    Ex: An explanatory reference is an elaborated 'see' or 'see also' reference that explains the circumstances under which the headings involved should be consulted.
    Ex: She organized the library's program of in-depth seminars on how to use the library for faculty in the social sciences and humanities.
    Ex: This point-by-point evaluation makes a fairly convincing case for the public access online catalogue.
    Ex: A program consisting of readings, improvised scenes, and scripted extracts from the author's work is the kind of project I have in mind.
    Ex: The VDU gives step by step instructions for those not familiar with search procedures.
    Ex: Timely and thorough planning is essential.
    Ex: Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.
    Ex: He uses a well-known simile in saying that 'the most painstaking examination of innumerable single trees will not tell us much about the nature of the forest'.
    Ex: The author outlines a stage by stage on-line search strategy to help find pairs of journals that are logically and scientifically related.
    Ex: Both simple and fine-grained policies can be written to permit or deny access to this type of repository.
    Ex: Sometimes the major threads of his argument get lost in blow-by-blow accounts of political debates that go nowhere.
    * conocimiento detallado = intimate knowledge.
    * entrevista detallada = in-depth interview.

    * * *
    ‹factura/cuenta› itemized, detailed; ‹estudio/descripción› detailed
    * * *

    Del verbo detallar: ( conjugate detallar)

    detallado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    detallado    
    detallar
    detallado
    ◊ -da adjetivo ‹factura/cuenta itemized;


    estudio/descripción detailed
    detallar ( conjugate detallar) verbo transitivo
    to detail
    detallado,-a adjetivo detailed, thorough: le vamos a hacer un examen detallado, we're going to give him a thorough examination
    detallar verbo transitivo to give the details of, list
    ' detallado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    detallada
    - minuciosa
    - minucioso
    - presupuesto
    - puntual
    English:
    detailed
    - elaborate
    - full
    - step
    * * *
    detallado, -a adj
    1. [análisis, descripción, estudio] detailed
    2. [factura, cuenta] itemized
    * * *
    adj detailed
    * * *
    detallado adj detailed

    Spanish-English dictionary > detallado

  • 5 detenido

    adj.
    1 arrested, on-remand, imprisoned, under arrest.
    2 painstaking, detailed, meticulous.
    3 stopped, stationary, down, at a standstill.
    f. & m.
    prisoner, detainee.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: detener.
    * * *
    1→ link=detener detener
    1 (parado) held up
    2 (minucioso) detailed, thorough, careful
    3 DERECHO under arrest
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 DERECHO prisoner
    * * *
    detenido, -a
    1. ADJ
    1) (Jur) [por poco tiempo] arrested, under arrest; [por más tiempo] in custody
    2) (=sin prisa) [narración, estudio] detailed; [análisis, examen] thorough; [visita] unhurried, leisurely
    3) (=tímido) timid
    4) (=tacaño) mean, niggardly
    2.
    SM / F [en comisaría] person under arrest; [en cárcel] prisoner
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    a) <vehículo/tráfico> held up
    b) <investigación/estudio> detailed, thorough
    c) (Der)
    II
    - da masculino, femenino arrested person, person under arrest; ( durante un período más largo) detainee, person held in custody
    * * *
    = meticulous, detainee.
    Ex. Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.
    Ex. This is the 1st part of 2 articles looking at the services of Hamburg Public Library to foreign workers and prison detainees.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo
    a) <vehículo/tráfico> held up
    b) <investigación/estudio> detailed, thorough
    c) (Der)
    II
    - da masculino, femenino arrested person, person under arrest; ( durante un período más largo) detainee, person held in custody
    * * *
    = meticulous, detainee.

    Ex: Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.

    Ex: This is the 1st part of 2 articles looking at the services of Hamburg Public Library to foreign workers and prison detainees.

    * * *
    detenido1 -da
    1 ‹vehículo/tráfico› held up
    el tráfico estaba detenido a causa de la manifestación traffic was held up because of the demonstration
    2 ‹investigación/estudio› detailed, thorough, careful
    3 ( Der):
    las personas detenidas those arrested, those under arrest, those detained
    detenido2 -da
    masculine, feminine
    arrested person, person under arrest; (durante un período más largo) detainee, person held in custody
    los detenidos fueron conducidos a la comisaría those arrested o those under arrest were taken to the police station
    Compuestos:
    missing detainee
    political detainee o prisoner
    * * *

    Del verbo detener: ( conjugate detener)

    detenido es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    detener    
    detenido
    detener ( conjugate detener) verbo transitivo
    1 ( parar) ‹vehículo/máquina to stop;
    trámite/proceso to halt;
    hemorragia to stop, staunch
    2 ( arrestar) to arrest;
    ( encarcelar) to detain;
    ¡queda usted detenido! you're under arrest!

    detenerse verbo pronominal
    a) ( pararse) [vehículo/persona] to stop;

    detenidose a hacer algo to stop to do sth
    b) ( tomar mucho tiempo) detenidose en algo:


    detenido
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    a)vehículo/tráfico held up

    b)investigación/estudio detailed, thorough

    c) [estar] ‹ persona under arrest;

    ( por período más largo) in custody
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino
    person under arrest;
    ( durante un período más largo) detainee, person held in custody
    detener verbo transitivo
    1 to stop, halt
    2 Jur (a un sospechoso) to arrest, detain
    detenido,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 (sin movimiento) standing, still, stopped
    2 (un sospechoso) arrested, under arrest, detained
    3 (análisis) detailed, thorough
    II sustantivo masculino y femenino detainee, person under arrest
    ' detenido' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    detenida
    - escrutinio
    - incomunicar
    - detener
    - estancado
    - interrogar
    - interrogatorio
    - parado
    - varado
    English:
    arrest
    - disorderly
    - escape
    - close
    - custody
    - detailed
    - prisoner
    * * *
    detenido, -a
    adj
    1. [detallado] [análisis, estudio] careful, detailed;
    un examen detenido a careful o detailed o thorough examination
    2. [paralizado]
    estar detenido to be at a standstill;
    el tráfico se halla detenido en la N-6 debido a un accidente traffic on the N-6 is at a standstill due to an accident
    3. [arrestado]
    (estar) detenido (to be) under arrest;
    ¡queda usted detenido! you're under arrest!;
    lleva varios días detenido he has been in (police) custody for several days;
    ¿cuánto tiempo lo van a tener detenido? how long is he going to be detained o in (police) custody?
    nm,f
    prisoner, person under arrest;
    los detenidos pasaron a disposición judicial the people who had been arrested were taken before a judge
    * * *
    I adj
    1 coche held up, delayed
    2 ( minucioso) detailed
    3
    :
    II m, detenida f person under arrest
    * * *
    detenido n person under arrest [pl. people]

    Spanish-English dictionary > detenido

  • 6 meticuloso

    adj.
    meticulous, careful, conscientious, exacting.
    * * *
    1 (cuidadoso) meticulous
    2 peyorativo (escrupuloso) fussy, finicky
    * * *
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <trabajo/investigación> meticulous, thorough; < persona> meticulous
    * * *
    = meticulous, attention to detail, finicky [finickier -comp., finickiest -sup.].
    Ex. Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.
    Ex. He believes his success will be determined by 'personal attention, being on the ball, attention to detail and consistency of service'.
    Ex. After all, even a healthy cat can become finicky when offered an unfamiliar meal.
    ----
    * demasiado meticuloso = nitpicking [nit-picking].
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <trabajo/investigación> meticulous, thorough; < persona> meticulous
    * * *
    = meticulous, attention to detail, finicky [finickier -comp., finickiest -sup.].

    Ex: Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.

    Ex: He believes his success will be determined by 'personal attention, being on the ball, attention to detail and consistency of service'.
    Ex: After all, even a healthy cat can become finicky when offered an unfamiliar meal.
    * demasiado meticuloso = nitpicking [nit-picking].

    * * *
    ‹trabajo/investigación› meticulous, thorough; ‹persona› meticulous
    * * *

    meticuloso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo ‹trabajo/investigación meticulous, thorough;


    persona meticulous
    meticuloso,-a adjetivo meticulous
    ' meticuloso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    meticulosa
    - quisquillosa
    - quisquilloso
    - escrupuloso
    English:
    careful
    - fastidious
    - meticulous
    - painstaking
    - precise
    - house
    * * *
    meticuloso, -a adj
    meticulous
    * * *
    adj meticulous
    * * *
    meticuloso, -sa adj
    : meticulous, thorough

    Spanish-English dictionary > meticuloso

  • 7 minucioso

    adj.
    thorough, detailed, complete, detail-oriented.
    * * *
    1 meticulous, thorough, painstaking
    * * *
    (f. - minuciosa)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=meticuloso) thorough, meticulous
    2) (=detallado) very detailed
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <búsqueda/investigación/persona> meticulous, thorough; < informe> detailed
    * * *
    = detailed, diligent, in-depth [in depth], minute, step by step, thorough, meticulous, painstaking, scrupulous, stage by stage, thoroughgoing, fine-grained, attention to detail.
    Ex. However, many indexing systems have evolved over the last century, and have their roots in a time when detailed specification of subjects was unnecessary.
    Ex. If the scholar can get at only one a week by diligent search, his syntheses are not likely to keep up with the current scene.
    Ex. She organized the library's program of in-depth seminars on how to use the library for faculty in the social sciences and humanities.
    Ex. They cannot be expected to retain all of the minute details encoded in abstracting and indexing instructions.
    Ex. The VDU gives step by step instructions for those not familiar with search procedures.
    Ex. Timely and thorough planning is essential.
    Ex. Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.
    Ex. He uses a well-known simile in saying that 'the most painstaking examination of innumerable single trees will not tell us much about the nature of the forest'.
    Ex. Happily the rules of quasi-facsimile are easily mastered; what is difficult is to observe them with scrupulous, undeviating accuracy.
    Ex. The author outlines a stage by stage on-line search strategy to help find pairs of journals that are logically and scientifically related.
    Ex. The project was not an end but merely a step along the road to more thoroughgoing bibliographic control.
    Ex. Both simple and fine-grained policies can be written to permit or deny access to this type of repository.
    Ex. He believes his success will be determined by 'personal attention, being on the ball, attention to detail and consistency of service'.
    ----
    * análisis más minucioso = closer examination.
    * entrevista minuciosa = in-depth interview.
    * examen más minucioso = closer examination.
    * minucioso del detalle = stickler for detail(s).
    * * *
    - sa adjetivo <búsqueda/investigación/persona> meticulous, thorough; < informe> detailed
    * * *
    = detailed, diligent, in-depth [in depth], minute, step by step, thorough, meticulous, painstaking, scrupulous, stage by stage, thoroughgoing, fine-grained, attention to detail.

    Ex: However, many indexing systems have evolved over the last century, and have their roots in a time when detailed specification of subjects was unnecessary.

    Ex: If the scholar can get at only one a week by diligent search, his syntheses are not likely to keep up with the current scene.
    Ex: She organized the library's program of in-depth seminars on how to use the library for faculty in the social sciences and humanities.
    Ex: They cannot be expected to retain all of the minute details encoded in abstracting and indexing instructions.
    Ex: The VDU gives step by step instructions for those not familiar with search procedures.
    Ex: Timely and thorough planning is essential.
    Ex: Sometimes reserved books slip through because staff are not meticulous in checking the visible index = A veces los libros reservados se cuelan inadvertidamente porque el personal no ha sido lo bastante meticuloso de comprobar el índice visible.
    Ex: He uses a well-known simile in saying that 'the most painstaking examination of innumerable single trees will not tell us much about the nature of the forest'.
    Ex: Happily the rules of quasi-facsimile are easily mastered; what is difficult is to observe them with scrupulous, undeviating accuracy.
    Ex: The author outlines a stage by stage on-line search strategy to help find pairs of journals that are logically and scientifically related.
    Ex: The project was not an end but merely a step along the road to more thoroughgoing bibliographic control.
    Ex: Both simple and fine-grained policies can be written to permit or deny access to this type of repository.
    Ex: He believes his success will be determined by 'personal attention, being on the ball, attention to detail and consistency of service'.
    * análisis más minucioso = closer examination.
    * entrevista minuciosa = in-depth interview.
    * examen más minucioso = closer examination.
    * minucioso del detalle = stickler for detail(s).

    * * *
    meticulous, thorough
    un reconocimiento médico minucioso a thorough medical checkup
    un informe minucioso de la situación financiera a detailed report of the financial situation
    * * *

    minucioso
    ◊ -sa adjetivo ‹búsqueda/investigación/persona meticulous, thorough;


    informe detailed
    minucioso,-a adjetivo
    1 (detallista) meticulous
    2 (detallado) minute, detailed
    ' minucioso' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    escrupulosa
    - escrupuloso
    - minuciosa
    - detallista
    - prolijo
    English:
    detailed
    - exacting
    - in-depth
    - minute
    - thorough
    - elaborate
    - precise
    * * *
    minucioso, -a adj
    [meticuloso] meticulous; [detallado] highly detailed
    * * *
    adj meticulous, thorough
    * * *
    minucioso, -sa adj
    1) : minute
    2) detallado: detailed
    3) : thorough, meticulous
    * * *
    minucioso adj thorough

    Spanish-English dictionary > minucioso

  • 8 índice1

    1 = index [indices/indexes, -pl.].
    Nota: Listado alfabético o sistemático de materias que envían a la posición de cada materia en un documento o conjunto de documentos.
    Ex. An index, in the context of information retrieval, is some kind of physical mechanism, or tool, which serves to indicate to the searcher those parts of an information store which are potentially relevant to a request.
    ----
    * al estilo de los índices de materia = subject-type.
    * basado en índices = index-based.
    * boletín de índices = indexing bulletin.
    * buscar a través de los índices = browse.
    * búsqueda en el índice = index searching.
    * consultar a través de los índices = browse.
    * consultar un índice = search + index.
    * creación de los índices de un libro = back-of-the-book indexing, back-of-book indexing.
    * crear un índice = generate + index.
    * disco índice = index disc.
    * distribución de una materia en su índice = subject scatter.
    * elaborar un índice = produce + index.
    * entrada del índice = index entry.
    * hacer un índice digital = thumb index.
    * índice acumulativo = cumulative index, cumulated index.
    * índice alfabético = alphabetical index.
    * índice alfabético de materias = alphabetical subject index.
    * índice articulado de materias = articulated subject index.
    * índice bibliométrico = bibliometric index.
    * Indice Británico de Tecnología (BTI) = BTI (British Technology Index).
    * índice colectivo = pool index.
    * índice cruzado = dual dictionary.
    * índice de autores = author index.
    * Indice de Autores Corporativos = Corporate Index.
    * Indice de Citas = citation index, Citation Index.
    * Indice de Citas de Ciencia (SCI) = Science Citation Index (SCI).
    * Indice de Citas de las Ciencias Sociales (SSCI) = Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI).
    * índice de contenido = contents list, table of contents [ToC], contents table.
    * Indice de Documentos de las Naciones Unidas (UNDEX) = UNDEX (United Nations Documents Index).
    * Indice de Documentos de las Naciones Unidas (UNDI) = UNDI (United Nations Documents Index).
    * Indice de Fuentes = source index, Source Index.
    * índice de libro = book index.
    * índice de listado de ordenador compuesto tipográficamente = typeset computer book form index.
    * índice de localización = localisation index.
    * índice de materias = subject index, topical index, subject guide.
    * índice de medicina = medical index.
    * índice de nombres = name index.
    * índice de publicaciones periódicas = periodical index.
    * índice derivado automáticamente de los títulos = derived index.
    * índice de términos permutados = Permuterm index.
    * índice de títulos = title index.
    * índice digital = thumb index, thumb holes.
    * índice encuadernado de listado de ordenador = computer book form index, computer book form index.
    * índice encuadernado en forma de listado de ordenador = computer book form index.
    * índice en lenguaje natural = natural language index.
    * índice en microfilm = microfilm index.
    * índice especializado = special index, specialist index.
    * índice específico = specific index.
    * índice final = back-of-the-book index, back-of-book index.
    * índice general = general index.
    * índice impreso = printed index.
    * índice invertido = dictionary, inverted index, inverted list.
    * índice invertido de las citas bibliográficas = citation dictionary.
    * índice invertido de las palabras del título = title word dictionary.
    * índice jerárquico = hierarchical index.
    * índice KWIC = KWIC index.
    * índice KWIC (Palabra Clave en su Contexto) = KWIC (Keyword-in-Context).
    * índice KWIT (Palabra Clave del Título) = KWIT (Keyword-in-Title).
    * índice KWOC (Palabra Clave fuera de su Contexto) = KWOC (Keyword-Out-of-Context).
    * índice permutado = permuted index, shunted index.
    * índice permutado del tipo KWIC = KWICed index.
    * Indice Permutado de Materias = Permuterm Subject Index.
    * índice permutado de palabras clave = permuted keyword index.
    * índice permutado de títulos = permuted title index.
    * índice por unitérminos = uniterm index.
    * índice postcoordinado = post-coordinate index.
    * índice precoordinado = pre-coordinate index.
    * índice quinquenal = quinquennial index.
    * índice relativo = relative index.
    * índices de títulos al estilo de los índices de materia = subject-type title indexes.
    * índices postcoordinados de fichas = card based post-coordinate index.
    * índice temático = subject index, thematic index, subject directory.
    * índice visible = visible index.
    * revista de índices = indexing journal.
    * sin índice = indexless.
    * sistema en el que el documento aparece representado en un único lugar del ín = one-place system.
    * término del índice = index term.

    Spanish-English dictionary > índice1

  • 9 índice

    m.
    1 index, table of contents.
    2 index finger, index, forefinger, long finger.
    3 rate, coefficient, ratio.
    4 pointer, indicator.
    5 suffix of a string.
    * * *
    1 (gen) index; (indicio) sign, indicator
    2 (de un libro) index, table of contents; (catálogo) catalogue
    3 (dedo) index finger, forefinger
    \
    índice de precios al consumo retail price index
    * * *
    noun m.
    * * *
    SM
    1) [de libro, publicación] index

    índice de materias, índice temático — table of contents

    2) (=catálogo) (library) catalogue, (library) catalog (EEUU)
    3) (Estadística) rate

    índice de audiencia — (TV) audience ratings pl

    índice de mortalidad — death rate, mortality rate

    4) (Econ) index
    5) (Mec)
    6) (=prueba) sign, indication

    es un índice claro de que el plan ha fracasadoit's a clear sign o indication that the plan has failed

    7) (Téc) (=aguja) pointer, needle; (=manecilla) hand
    8) (Anat) (tb: dedo índice) index finger, forefinger
    9) (Rel)
    * * *
    1) ( de una publicación) index; ( catálogo) catalog*
    2) (Anat) index finger, forefinger
    3)
    a) (Mat, Inf) index
    b) (tasa, coeficiente) rate
    4) (indicio, muestra) sign, indication
    * * *
    1) ( de una publicación) index; ( catálogo) catalog*
    2) (Anat) index finger, forefinger
    3)
    a) (Mat, Inf) index
    b) (tasa, coeficiente) rate
    4) (indicio, muestra) sign, indication
    * * *
    índice1
    1 = index [indices/indexes, -pl.].
    Nota: Listado alfabético o sistemático de materias que envían a la posición de cada materia en un documento o conjunto de documentos.

    Ex: An index, in the context of information retrieval, is some kind of physical mechanism, or tool, which serves to indicate to the searcher those parts of an information store which are potentially relevant to a request.

    * al estilo de los índices de materia = subject-type.
    * basado en índices = index-based.
    * boletín de índices = indexing bulletin.
    * buscar a través de los índices = browse.
    * búsqueda en el índice = index searching.
    * consultar a través de los índices = browse.
    * consultar un índice = search + index.
    * creación de los índices de un libro = back-of-the-book indexing, back-of-book indexing.
    * crear un índice = generate + index.
    * disco índice = index disc.
    * distribución de una materia en su índice = subject scatter.
    * elaborar un índice = produce + index.
    * entrada del índice = index entry.
    * hacer un índice digital = thumb index.
    * índice acumulativo = cumulative index, cumulated index.
    * índice alfabético = alphabetical index.
    * índice alfabético de materias = alphabetical subject index.
    * índice articulado de materias = articulated subject index.
    * índice bibliométrico = bibliometric index.
    * Indice Británico de Tecnología (BTI) = BTI (British Technology Index).
    * índice colectivo = pool index.
    * índice cruzado = dual dictionary.
    * índice de autores = author index.
    * Indice de Autores Corporativos = Corporate Index.
    * Indice de Citas = citation index, Citation Index.
    * Indice de Citas de Ciencia (SCI) = Science Citation Index (SCI).
    * Indice de Citas de las Ciencias Sociales (SSCI) = Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI).
    * índice de contenido = contents list, table of contents [ToC], contents table.
    * Indice de Documentos de las Naciones Unidas (UNDEX) = UNDEX (United Nations Documents Index).
    * Indice de Documentos de las Naciones Unidas (UNDI) = UNDI (United Nations Documents Index).
    * Indice de Fuentes = source index, Source Index.
    * índice de libro = book index.
    * índice de listado de ordenador compuesto tipográficamente = typeset computer book form index.
    * índice de localización = localisation index.
    * índice de materias = subject index, topical index, subject guide.
    * índice de medicina = medical index.
    * índice de nombres = name index.
    * índice de publicaciones periódicas = periodical index.
    * índice derivado automáticamente de los títulos = derived index.
    * índice de términos permutados = Permuterm index.
    * índice de títulos = title index.
    * índice digital = thumb index, thumb holes.
    * índice encuadernado de listado de ordenador = computer book form index, computer book form index.
    * índice encuadernado en forma de listado de ordenador = computer book form index.
    * índice en lenguaje natural = natural language index.
    * índice en microfilm = microfilm index.
    * índice especializado = special index, specialist index.
    * índice específico = specific index.
    * índice final = back-of-the-book index, back-of-book index.
    * índice general = general index.
    * índice impreso = printed index.
    * índice invertido = dictionary, inverted index, inverted list.
    * índice invertido de las citas bibliográficas = citation dictionary.
    * índice invertido de las palabras del título = title word dictionary.
    * índice jerárquico = hierarchical index.
    * índice KWIC = KWIC index.
    * índice KWIC (Palabra Clave en su Contexto) = KWIC (Keyword-in-Context).
    * índice KWIT (Palabra Clave del Título) = KWIT (Keyword-in-Title).
    * índice KWOC (Palabra Clave fuera de su Contexto) = KWOC (Keyword-Out-of-Context).
    * índice permutado = permuted index, shunted index.
    * índice permutado del tipo KWIC = KWICed index.
    * Indice Permutado de Materias = Permuterm Subject Index.
    * índice permutado de palabras clave = permuted keyword index.
    * índice permutado de títulos = permuted title index.
    * índice por unitérminos = uniterm index.
    * índice postcoordinado = post-coordinate index.
    * índice precoordinado = pre-coordinate index.
    * índice quinquenal = quinquennial index.
    * índice relativo = relative index.
    * índices de títulos al estilo de los índices de materia = subject-type title indexes.
    * índices postcoordinados de fichas = card based post-coordinate index.
    * índice temático = subject index, thematic index, subject directory.
    * índice visible = visible index.
    * revista de índices = indexing journal.
    * sin índice = indexless.
    * sistema en el que el documento aparece representado en un único lugar del ín = one-place system.
    * término del índice = index term.

    índice2
    2 = indicator, rate, ratio, incidence, index [indices/indexes, -pl.], rating.

    Ex: To indicate from which field a given work was Cuttered, these second indicators could be further redefined = Para indicar de qué campo se le había asignado la marca de Cutter a una obra, se podían delimitar aún más estos segundos indicadores.

    Ex: Whether, in the future, the co-operatives will be able to fund appropriate developments at a sufficiently rapid rate remains an unanswered question.
    Ex: The microfiche is a common form for catalogues and indexes, usually 208 or 270 frames per fiche, in a piece of film and with a reduction ratio of 42 or 48:1.
    Ex: The number of entries in pre-co-ordinate system will depend upon the incidence of references and multiple entries.
    Ex: As job anxiety scores increased, job satisfaction indices decreased.
    Ex: But the rater must not be afraid to give negative ratings.
    * índice de abandono escolar = dropout rate.
    * índice de acierto = hit rate.
    * índice de afinidad = affinity index.
    * índice de alcoholemia = blood alcohol level.
    * índice de alcohol en sangre = blood alcohol level.
    * índice de apertura = openness index.
    * índice de audiencia = rating.
    * índice de calidad del aire = air quality index.
    * índice de colesterol = cholesterol level.
    * índice de confianza del consumidor = consumer confidence index.
    * índice de criminalidad = crime rate.
    * índice de deserción escolar = dropout rate.
    * índice de divorcios = divorce expectancy.
    * índice de evaporación = evaporation rate.
    * índice de exhaustividad = recall ratio.
    * índice de exhaustividad de la recuperación = recall measure.
    * índice de éxito = success rate.
    * índice de fracaso escolar = failure rate, dropout rate.
    * índice de impacto = impact indicator, impact factor.
    * índice de impacto de una publicación periódica = periodical impact factor.
    * índice de impacto inmediato = immediacy index.
    * índice de irrelevancia = fallout, fallout ratio.
    * índice de Jaccard = Jaccard's index.
    * índice del coste de (la) vida = cost of living index.
    * índice del costo de (la) vida = cost of living index.
    * índice de legibilidad = readability rating, readability formula, readability index.
    * índice de masa corporal (IMC) = body mass index (BMI).
    * índice de morbosidad = morbidity rate.
    * índice de morbosidad infantil = infant morbidity rate.
    * índice de mortalidad = death rate, mortality rate.
    * índice de mortalidad infantil = infant mortality rate.
    * índice de mortalidad materna = maternity mortality rate.
    * índice de mortandad = death rate, mortality rate.
    * índice de no citación = uncitedness.
    * índice de obsolescencia = aging rate [ageing rate], aging factor [ageing factor].
    * índice de octano = octane number.
    * índice de palabras del documento = textwords ratio.
    * índice de pertinencia = precision ratio, relevance rating, relevance ranking.
    * índice de ponderación = threshold weight.
    * índice de precios = price index.
    * índice de precios al consumo = consumer price index (CPI), cost of living index.
    * Indice de Precios al Consumo (IPC) = Retail Price Index (RPI).
    * índice de precipitación = rainfall figure.
    * índice de precisión = precision figure.
    * índice de predicción = predictor.
    * índice de probabilidad = expectancy ratio.
    * índice de producción = output indicator.
    * índice de productividad = output measure.
    * índice de registro por documento = item record index.
    * índice de registro por término = term record index.
    * índice de rendimiento = performance rating, performance measure, output measure.
    * índice de rendimiento personal = individual performance index.
    * índice de respuesta = response rate, rate of response.
    * índice de satisfacción = fill rate, satisfaction rating.
    * índice de suicidios = suicide rate.
    * índice de uso = performance measure, output measure.
    * índice económico = economic index.
    * índice proporciométrico = proportiometric index.

    índice3

    Ex: Then he picked up about 2 cm. of type from the right-hand end of the uppermost line (i.e. the last word or two of the last line) with the thumb and forefinger of his right hand, read it, and dropped the pieces of type one by one into their proper boxes.

    * dedo índice = index finger, forefinger.

    * * *
    A
    2
    el Índice ( Hist, Relig) the Index
    Compuestos:
    alphabetical index
    índice temático or de materias
    table of contents
    B ( Anat) index finger, forefinger
    C
    1 ( Mat) index
    2 ( Inf) index
    3 (tasa, coeficiente) rate
    un aumento en el índice de criminalidad an increase in the crime rate
    Compuestos:
    cephalic index
    ratings (pl)
    índice del costo or ( Esp) coste de (la) vida
    cost-of-living index
    body mass index
    death rate, mortality rate
    birth rate
    índice de precios al consumo or al consumidor
    consumer prices index, ≈ retail price index ( in UK)
    wholesale price index
    índice de sobrevivencia or supervivencia
    survival rate
    D (indicio, muestra) sign, indication
    es un índice de la crisis it is a sign o an indication of the crisis
    * * *

     

    Del verbo indizar: ( conjugate indizar)

    indicé es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) pretérito indicativo

    indice es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) presente subjuntivo

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) imperativo

    Multiple Entries:
    indizar    
    índice
    índice sustantivo masculino
    1 ( de una publicación) index;
    ( catálogo) catalog( conjugate catalog)
    2 (Anat) index finger, forefinger
    3 (tasa, coeficiente) rate;

    índice sustantivo masculino
    1 (de libro) index, contents pl
    2 (proporción, tasa) rate
    índice de audiencia, ratings pl; índice de natalidad/mortalidad, birth/death rate
    Fin índice de precios al consumo (IPC), retail price index (RPI)
    Fin índice bursátil, stockmarket index
    Téc índice de calidad, quality factor
    3 Anat (dedo) índice, index finger, forefinger
    4 (síntoma, señal) sign, indication
    Index tiene dos formas del plural: si te refieres al contenido de un libro, el plural es indexes, pero si te refieres a un término matemático, es indices.
    ' índice' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abstención
    - concentrarse
    - dedo
    - IPC
    - sumaria
    - sumario
    - tabla
    - ponderar
    - tasa
    English:
    birth rate
    - consumer price index
    - content
    - CPI
    - death rate
    - economy
    - finger
    - forefinger
    - index
    - index finger
    - labour-intensive
    - literacy
    - rate
    - rating
    - Retail Price Index
    - RPI
    - unemployment
    - gazetteer
    - incidence
    - retail
    - subject
    * * *
    1. [indicador] index;
    [proporción] level, rate índice de audiencia audience ratings;
    índice bursátil stock market index;
    Quím índice de cetano cetane number; Informát índice de compresión compression ratio;
    índice del costo o Esp coste de la vida cost of living index;
    índice de desempleo unemployment rate;
    el índice de desempleo ha caído unemployment has fallen;
    Bolsa índice Dow Jones Dow-Jones index;
    índice económico economic indicator;
    índice de golpes [en golf] stroke index;
    índice de mortalidad mortality rate;
    Bolsa índice Nikkei Nikkei index;
    índice de popularidad popularity rating;
    índice de precios al consumo Br retail price index, US consumer price index;
    Fís índice de refracción refractive index
    2. [señal, indicio] sign, indicator;
    el número de llamadas es índice del interés despertado the number of calls is a sign of how much interest has been generated
    3. [lista, catálogo] catalogue;
    [de libro] index;
    índice (de contenidos) (table of) contents
    índice alfabético alphabetical index;
    índice de materias table of contents;
    índice onomástico index of proper names;
    índice temático subject index
    4. Hist
    el Índice the Index (Librorum Prohibitorum)
    5.
    (dedo) índice index finger
    6. [letra] index
    7. Mat index
    * * *
    m
    1 index;
    índice de precios al consumo consumer price index, Br tb retail price index;
    índice bursátil stock market index, Br share index;
    índice de desempleo unemployment rate
    2
    :
    dedo índice index finger
    * * *
    1) : index
    2) : index finger, forefinger
    3) indicio: indication
    * * *
    1. (en general) index [pl. indexes]
    2. (dedo) index finger

    Spanish-English dictionary > índice

  • 10 visible

    bi'sible
    adj
    sichtbar, ersichtlich, spürbar
    adjetivo
    visible
    visible [bi'siβle]
    num1num (perceptible) sichtbar
    num2num (obvio) offensichtlich
    num3num (persona) auffällig
    num4num (familiar: presentable) vorzeigbar

    Diccionario Español-Alemán > visible

  • 11 Cumulative Book Index (CBI)

    Ex. To illustrate some of the points already made, below are the entries for a single document as recorded in the Cumulative Book Index (CBI), a bibliography using the principles of the dictionary catalogue.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Cumulative Book Index (CBI)

  • 12 IMLA (Index Medicus Latinoamericano)

    Ex. This article discusses difficulties and barriers to the use of the IMLA/LILACS (Index Medicus Latinoamericano/Literatura Latinoamericana en Ciencias de la Salud) database = Este artículo describe las dificultades y obstáculos que presenta el uso de la base de datos IMLA/LILACS (Index Medicus Latinoamericano/Literatura Latinoamericana en Ciencias de la Salud).

    Spanish-English dictionary > IMLA (Index Medicus Latinoamericano)

  • 13 apenas visible

    adj.
    nearly visible, faint.
    * * *
    (adj.) = faint
    Ex. As more and more copies are produced, so the amount of dye on the master is reduced layer by layer until the image on the copy paper becomes quite faint.
    * * *
    (adj.) = faint

    Ex: As more and more copies are produced, so the amount of dye on the master is reduced layer by layer until the image on the copy paper becomes quite faint.

    Spanish-English dictionary > apenas visible

  • 14 hacer visible

    (v.) = render + visible
    Ex. In order to render the image visible, the copy paper must be developed.
    * * *
    (v.) = render + visible

    Ex: In order to render the image visible, the copy paper must be developed.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer visible

  • 15 ser visible

    v.
    to be visible, to show.
    * * *
    Ex. Despite its low international profile, Danish music is always in evidence in music catalogues and at music festivals.
    * * *

    Ex: Despite its low international profile, Danish music is always in evidence in music catalogues and at music festivals.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser visible

  • 16 estar visible

    figurado to be decent

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar visible

  • 17 Cumulative Book Index

    Cumulative Book Index (CBI)

    Ex: To illustrate some of the points already made, below are the entries for a single document as recorded in the Cumulative Book Index (CBI), a bibliography using the principles of the dictionary catalogue.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Cumulative Book Index

  • 18 balanza visible

    • commodity balance of trade
    • visible balance of trade

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > balanza visible

  • 19 claramente visible

    • clearly visible
    • conspicuous
    • striking to the eye

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > claramente visible

  • 20 comercio visible

    • visible trade

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > comercio visible

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