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  • 321 palabras

    (n.) = wordage
    Ex. Length is also a function of style and most abstracts, though avoiding clipped telegraphese, have certain stylistic features which help to keep wordage to a minimum.
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    (n.) = wordage

    Ex: Length is also a function of style and most abstracts, though avoiding clipped telegraphese, have certain stylistic features which help to keep wordage to a minimum.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras

  • 322 palabras + caer en + saco roto

    (n.) = words + fall on + deaf ears
    Ex. But her words fell on deaf ears: The two employees remained adamant -- either Florence worked overtime too, or they would not.
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    (n.) = words + fall on + deaf ears

    Ex: But her words fell on deaf ears: The two employees remained adamant -- either Florence worked overtime too, or they would not.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras + caer en + saco roto

  • 323 palabras + penetrar

    (n.) = words + sink
    Ex. The words sank like a depth-charge into Jeanne Leforte's consciousness -- she was mortally pierced and her brain was in anarchy.
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    (n.) = words + sink

    Ex: The words sank like a depth-charge into Jeanne Leforte's consciousness -- she was mortally pierced and her brain was in anarchy.

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  • 324 palabras al viento

    (n.) = hot air
    Ex. All these annual events seem to generate a lot of hot air but very little materializes as a result especially in the Government sector.
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    (n.) = hot air

    Ex: All these annual events seem to generate a lot of hot air but very little materializes as a result especially in the Government sector.

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  • 325 palabras de agradecimiento

    (n.) = vote of thanks, word of thanks, words of gratitude, congratulatory speech, congratulatory remarks
    Ex. If there must be formal introductions and votes of thanks, at least see that there are no lengthy public speeches that pre-empt the visitor's reason for being there at all, and that matters are kept as unembarrassing as possible.
    Ex. A special word of thanks is also extended to Patricia G. Oyler and to Kay Leary for all their assistance.
    Ex. She had every reason to believe that as usual she would have to utter a few words of gratitude at this year's evaluation.
    Ex. Heads of the local government traditionally make congratulatory speeches and give small gifts to the honorees.
    Ex. The closing ceremony of the anniversary celebration included congratulatory remarks from Director for Operations Cliff Cohen.
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    (n.) = vote of thanks, word of thanks, words of gratitude, congratulatory speech, congratulatory remarks

    Ex: If there must be formal introductions and votes of thanks, at least see that there are no lengthy public speeches that pre-empt the visitor's reason for being there at all, and that matters are kept as unembarrassing as possible.

    Ex: A special word of thanks is also extended to Patricia G. Oyler and to Kay Leary for all their assistance.
    Ex: She had every reason to believe that as usual she would have to utter a few words of gratitude at this year's evaluation.
    Ex: Heads of the local government traditionally make congratulatory speeches and give small gifts to the honorees.
    Ex: The closing ceremony of the anniversary celebration included congratulatory remarks from Director for Operations Cliff Cohen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras de agradecimiento

  • 326 palabras de alabanza

    Ex. The comments sections also contained warm words of praise for her and her work.
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    Ex: The comments sections also contained warm words of praise for her and her work.

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  • 327 palabras de aliento

    (n.) = pep talk
    Ex. A pep talk might take the tack of saying if only we pull together, our problems will vanish and the world will be a marvelous place in short order.
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    (n.) = pep talk

    Ex: A pep talk might take the tack of saying if only we pull together, our problems will vanish and the world will be a marvelous place in short order.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras de aliento

  • 328 palabras de bienvenida

    (n.) = welcoming remarks, welcome remarks
    Ex. In ending my welcoming remarks, let me wish you success in your seminar.
    Ex. Dr. Bentz's welcome remarks were followed by a panel discussion on the topic 'Looking at the Future of Animal Science'.
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    (n.) = welcoming remarks, welcome remarks

    Ex: In ending my welcoming remarks, let me wish you success in your seminar.

    Ex: Dr. Bentz's welcome remarks were followed by a panel discussion on the topic 'Looking at the Future of Animal Science'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras de bienvenida

  • 329 palabras de consuelo

    Ex. The article ' Words of comfort: resources for the living and dying' reviews books on death and grieving for purposes of collection development in the area.
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    Ex: The article ' Words of comfort: resources for the living and dying' reviews books on death and grieving for purposes of collection development in the area.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras de consuelo

  • 330 palabras de ánimo

    (n.) = pep talk
    Ex. A pep talk might take the tack of saying if only we pull together, our problems will vanish and the world will be a marvelous place in short order.
    * * *
    (n.) = pep talk

    Ex: A pep talk might take the tack of saying if only we pull together, our problems will vanish and the world will be a marvelous place in short order.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras de ánimo

  • 331 palabras iniciales

    Ex. Following an opening statement by Senator Joseph Lieberman, a panel of witness who have done research and work in the field gave testimony.
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    Ex: Following an opening statement by Senator Joseph Lieberman, a panel of witness who have done research and work in the field gave testimony.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras iniciales

  • 332 palabras literales

    = quote... unquote
    Ex. Stanton drew a breath and went on, 'We'll accept equivalent experience in lieu of professional experience... Let me get the exact wording' -- she fumbled through some papers in a folder -- 'so long as it, ah! here it is, quote, is sufficient to indicate ability to do the job, unquote'.
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    = quote... unquote

    Ex: Stanton drew a breath and went on, 'We'll accept equivalent experience in lieu of professional experience... Let me get the exact wording' -- she fumbled through some papers in a folder -- 'so long as it, ah! here it is, quote, is sufficient to indicate ability to do the job, unquote'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras literales

  • 333 palabras para levantar la moral

    (n.) = pep talk
    Ex. A pep talk might take the tack of saying if only we pull together, our problems will vanish and the world will be a marvelous place in short order.
    * * *
    (n.) = pep talk

    Ex: A pep talk might take the tack of saying if only we pull together, our problems will vanish and the world will be a marvelous place in short order.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras para levantar la moral

  • 334 palabras sabias

    (n.) = words of wisdom, pearls of wisdom, nuggets of truth, nuggets of wisdom
    Ex. The article is entitled 'Tips, techniques and words of wisdom'.
    Ex. If we polish up and internalize these pearls of wisdom, especially those which challenge our existing boundaries and beliefs, the payoff can be priceless.
    Ex. Somewhere down in the depths of the chaos, there are nuggets of truth -- you just have to dig a long way to find them!.
    Ex. It is clear that the author is not short of ideas and the book contains plenty of nuggets of wisdom and suggestions for improvements.
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    (n.) = words of wisdom, pearls of wisdom, nuggets of truth, nuggets of wisdom

    Ex: The article is entitled 'Tips, techniques and words of wisdom'.

    Ex: If we polish up and internalize these pearls of wisdom, especially those which challenge our existing boundaries and beliefs, the payoff can be priceless.
    Ex: Somewhere down in the depths of the chaos, there are nuggets of truth -- you just have to dig a long way to find them!.
    Ex: It is clear that the author is not short of ideas and the book contains plenty of nuggets of wisdom and suggestions for improvements.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras sabias

  • 335 palabras usadas

    (n.) = wording
    Ex. With a limited number of exceptions the title proper is transcribed exactly as to order, wording and spelling.
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    (n.) = wording

    Ex: With a limited number of exceptions the title proper is transcribed exactly as to order, wording and spelling.

    Spanish-English dictionary > palabras usadas

  • 336 pegado al cuerpo

    (adj.) = slinky [slinkier -comp., slinkiest -sup.]
    Ex. Her slinky dress was incredibly sexy, the colour was divine on her, plus the gold accessories were the perfect complement.
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    (adj.) = slinky [slinkier -comp., slinkiest -sup.]

    Ex: Her slinky dress was incredibly sexy, the colour was divine on her, plus the gold accessories were the perfect complement.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pegado al cuerpo

  • 337 ponerse en forma para la lucir el cuerpo en la playa

    (v.) = get + beach-fit
    Ex. The key to getting beach-fit is to start your health and fitness plan early.
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    (v.) = get + beach-fit

    Ex: The key to getting beach-fit is to start your health and fitness plan early.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ponerse en forma para la lucir el cuerpo en la playa

  • 338 primeras palabras

    Ex. Following an opening statement by Senator Joseph Lieberman, a panel of witness who have done research and work in the field gave testimony.
    * * *

    Ex: Following an opening statement by Senator Joseph Lieberman, a panel of witness who have done research and work in the field gave testimony.

    Spanish-English dictionary > primeras palabras

  • 339 pronunciar las palabras de corrido

    (v.) = slur + words
    Ex. But lazy delivery, when the words are slurred or a thick accent difficult for people from outside the region to understand, are just as bad.
    * * *
    (v.) = slur + words

    Ex: But lazy delivery, when the words are slurred or a thick accent difficult for people from outside the region to understand, are just as bad.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pronunciar las palabras de corrido

  • 340 que cubre todo el cuerpo

    (adj.) = head to toe
    Ex. The specialise in head to toe baby bibs that protect clothing and floor from food.
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    (adj.) = head to toe

    Ex: The specialise in head to toe baby bibs that protect clothing and floor from food.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que cubre todo el cuerpo

См. также в других словарях:

  • palabra — (v. parábola) 1) f. sonido o conjunto de sonidos articulados que expresan una idea, y, por convención, última unidad del discurso palabra simple la que no se compone de otras de la misma lengua palabra compuesta la que está formada por… …   Diccionario de motivos de la Lengua Española

  • palabra — (v. parábola) 1) f. sonido o conjunto de sonidos articulados que expresan una idea, y, por convención, última unidad del discurso palabra simple la que no se compone de otras de la misma lengua palabra compuesta la que está formada por… …   Diccionario de motivos de la Lengua Española

  • palabra — (v. parábola) 1) f. sonido o conjunto de sonidos articulados que expresan una idea, y, por convención, última unidad del discurso palabra simple la que no se compone de otras de la misma lengua palabra compuesta la que está formada por… …   Diccionario de motivos de la Lengua Española

  • Palabra — (Del lat. parabola < gr. parabole, comparación.) ► sustantivo femenino 1 LINGÜÍSTICA Sonido o conjunto de sonidos que forman una unidad de significado o expresan una idea. 2 LINGÜÍSTICA Representación gráfica de estos sonidos. 3 Facultad de… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Alma — (Del lat. anima, aire, aliento, alma.) ► sustantivo femenino 1 TEOLOGÍA Parte inmaterial del ser humano y principio espiritual, aunque distinto del espíritu, que, según la tradición judeocristiana, sobrevive al cuerpo material de las personas.… …   Enciclopedia Universal

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  • Personajes de D.Gray-man — Anexo:Personajes de D.Gray man Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Este artículo sólo habla de los personajes del anime D.Gray man, para leer acerca de la serie en general vea D.Gray man Contenido 1 Miembros de La Congregación de las sombras 1.1… …   Wikipedia Español


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