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  • 641 emporio

    m.
    emporium, mart, marketplace, department store.
    * * *
    1 COMERCIO trading centre (US center), commercial centre (US center)
    2 (centro artístico) artistic centre (US center), cultural centre (US center)
    * * *
    SM
    1) emporium, trading centre, trading center (EEUU)
    2) LAm large department store
    * * *
    a) (Hist) trading center*
    b) (artístico, cultural) center*
    c) ( de riqueza) empire
    * * *
    = emporium [emporia, -pl.].
    Ex. A sociological definition of culture, in today's terms, has to take account not only of Notre Dame and Beethoven, but also of McDonald hamburger emporia, discotheques and the culture of Disneyland.
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    * emporio comercial = emporium [emporia, -pl.].
    * * *
    a) (Hist) trading center*
    b) (artístico, cultural) center*
    c) ( de riqueza) empire
    * * *
    = emporium [emporia, -pl.].

    Ex: A sociological definition of culture, in today's terms, has to take account not only of Notre Dame and Beethoven, but also of McDonald hamburger emporia, discotheques and the culture of Disneyland.

    * emporio comercial = emporium [emporia, -pl.].

    * * *
    1 ( Hist) trading center*
    2 (centro) center*
    un emporio artístico/cultural an arts/cultural center
    3 (de riqueza) empire
    un emporio comercial/financiero a commercial/financial empire
    4 ( ant) (tienda) emporium ( dated)
    * * *

    emporio sustantivo masculino
    1 Com trading o commercial centre
    2 LAm department store
    * * *
    1. Hist [centro comercial] centre of commerce
    2. [centro] centre;
    Detroit era el emporio de la música negra Detroit was the centre for black music;
    es un importante emporio cultural it's an important cultural centre;
    creó un auténtico emporio financiero he built a veritable financial empire
    * * *
    m L.Am.
    almacén department store
    * * *
    1) : center, capital, empire
    un emporio cultural: a cultural center
    un emporio financiero: a financial empire
    2) : department store

    Spanish-English dictionary > emporio

  • 642 emporio comercial

    (n.) = emporium [emporia, -pl.]
    Ex. A sociological definition of culture, in today's terms, has to take account not only of Notre Dame and Beethoven, but also of McDonald hamburger emporia, discotheques and the culture of Disneyland.
    * * *
    (n.) = emporium [emporia, -pl.]

    Ex: A sociological definition of culture, in today's terms, has to take account not only of Notre Dame and Beethoven, but also of McDonald hamburger emporia, discotheques and the culture of Disneyland.

    Spanish-English dictionary > emporio comercial

  • 643 emprender

    v.
    1 to start (trabajo).
    emprender el vuelo to fly off
    2 to undertake, to engage in, to begin, to initiate.
    Pedro abordó la hercúlea tarea Peter tackled the Herculean task.
    3 to undertake to.
    * * *
    1 (gen) to start
    2 (misión) to tackle; (viaje) to set off on; (tarea) to undertake
    \
    emprender el vuelo to take flight
    emprender la marcha to start out
    emprenderla con alguien familiar to pick on somebody
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    VT
    1) (=empezar) [+ trabajo] to undertake; [+ viaje] to embark on
    2)
    * * *
    verbo transitivo < viaje> to embark on; <proyecto/aventura> to undertake; <ataque/ofensiva> to launch

    emprender la retirada — (Mil) to beat a retreat

    emprenderla con alguien: estaba de mal humor y la emprendió conmigo she was in a bad mood and she took it out on me; la emprendió a puñetazos con él — he started punching him

    * * *
    = embark on/upon, set about + Gerundio, undertake, set out on, enter, take on, spring for.
    Ex. Before we embark upon more extensive consideration of the software packages and their use in information retrieval, it is worth reviewing the options for computer hardware.
    Ex. The CRG set about trying to define a series of integrative levels upon which it would be possible to base the main classes and their order for a new general classification scheme.
    Ex. Among the documents that are worthy of consideration for abstracting are sources, in particular journals or reports issued by a specific organisation, for which the abstracting agency has undertaken to give comprehensive coverage.
    Ex. However rudimentary or advanced the system, and no matter what the age of the children involved, certain matters should be considered before setting out on the venture.
    Ex. Though the reference librarian cannot enter the reference process until he receives the question from the enquirer he is vitally concerned about all of its stages.
    Ex. If we decide to take on making up a subject file there'd be a lot of footwork even if we use that list as a basis = Si decidimos aceptar crear un fichero ordenado por materias habría mucho trabajo incluso si usamos esta lista como base.
    Ex. If I decide to spring for this I'll let you in on what I find out.
    ----
    * emprender acciones legales = take + legal proceedings, take + legal action.
    * emprender el vuelo = take to + the sky.
    * emprenderla con Alguien = turn on + Nombre.
    * emprenderla(s) a golpes con = lam into, lay into.
    * emprenderlas con = lash out at/against/on.
    * emprender una acción = initiate + action.
    * emprender una iniciativa = undertake + enterprise.
    * emprender una lucha contra = launch + attack on.
    * emprender una tarea = go on + expedition.
    * emprender un negocio = take on + business venture.
    * emprender un proceso de = set on + a course of.
    * emprender un proyecto = undertake + project.
    * * *
    verbo transitivo < viaje> to embark on; <proyecto/aventura> to undertake; <ataque/ofensiva> to launch

    emprender la retirada — (Mil) to beat a retreat

    emprenderla con alguien: estaba de mal humor y la emprendió conmigo she was in a bad mood and she took it out on me; la emprendió a puñetazos con él — he started punching him

    * * *
    = embark on/upon, set about + Gerundio, undertake, set out on, enter, take on, spring for.

    Ex: Before we embark upon more extensive consideration of the software packages and their use in information retrieval, it is worth reviewing the options for computer hardware.

    Ex: The CRG set about trying to define a series of integrative levels upon which it would be possible to base the main classes and their order for a new general classification scheme.
    Ex: Among the documents that are worthy of consideration for abstracting are sources, in particular journals or reports issued by a specific organisation, for which the abstracting agency has undertaken to give comprehensive coverage.
    Ex: However rudimentary or advanced the system, and no matter what the age of the children involved, certain matters should be considered before setting out on the venture.
    Ex: Though the reference librarian cannot enter the reference process until he receives the question from the enquirer he is vitally concerned about all of its stages.
    Ex: If we decide to take on making up a subject file there'd be a lot of footwork even if we use that list as a basis = Si decidimos aceptar crear un fichero ordenado por materias habría mucho trabajo incluso si usamos esta lista como base.
    Ex: If I decide to spring for this I'll let you in on what I find out.
    * emprender acciones legales = take + legal proceedings, take + legal action.
    * emprender el vuelo = take to + the sky.
    * emprenderla con Alguien = turn on + Nombre.
    * emprenderla(s) a golpes con = lam into, lay into.
    * emprenderlas con = lash out at/against/on.
    * emprender una acción = initiate + action.
    * emprender una iniciativa = undertake + enterprise.
    * emprender una lucha contra = launch + attack on.
    * emprender una tarea = go on + expedition.
    * emprender un negocio = take on + business venture.
    * emprender un proceso de = set on + a course of.
    * emprender un proyecto = undertake + project.

    * * *
    emprender [E1 ]
    vt
    ‹viaje› to embark on; ‹tarea/proyecto/aventura› to undertake
    emprender la retirada ( Mil) to beat a retreat
    el pájaro emprendió el vuelo the bird took flight
    emprendieron la lucha contra la droga they took up the fight against drugs
    el ejército emprendió el ataque contra el enemigo the army launched an attack on the enemy
    emprendimos el regreso al amanecer we began our o embarked on the return journey at daybreak
    emprenderla con algn: estaba de mal humor y la emprendió conmigo she was in a bad mood and she took it out on me
    la emprendió a puñetazos con él he started punching him
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    emprender ( conjugate emprender) verbo transitivo viaje to embark on;
    proyecto/aventura to undertake;
    ataque/ofensiva to launch;

    emprender el regreso to begin one's return journey
    emprender verbo transitivo
    1 (una tarea) to undertake
    2 (un viaje) to embark on, to set out
    ♦ Locuciones: emprenderla con alguien, to pick on sb

    ' emprender' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    embarcarse
    - legal
    - encaminar
    - huida
    English:
    attack
    - begin
    - embark
    - go about
    - launch into
    - set about
    - strike out
    - undertake
    - launch
    - set
    - start
    - under
    * * *
    [trabajo, tarea, proyecto] to undertake; [viaje] to set off on; [ataque, ofensiva] to launch;
    emprender acciones judiciales contra alguien to initiate legal proceedings against sb;
    la prensa emprendió una campaña contra él the press launched a campaign against him;
    emprender el vuelo to fly off;
    ¿a qué hora emprenderás la marcha? what time are you setting off?;
    al oír la sirena emprendieron la huida when they heard the siren they took flight;
    el Papa emprendió viaje a Oriente Medio the Pope left on a trip to the Middle East;
    emprenderla con alguien: la emprendió con él sin provocación alguna she started laying into him without any provocation;
    la emprendió a puñetazos con su hermano he started punching his brother
    * * *
    v/t
    1 embark on, undertake
    2
    :
    emprenderla con alguien fam take it out on s.o.;
    emprenderla a golpes con alguien exchange blows with s.o.;
    emprenderla a tiros con alguien start shooting at s.o.
    * * *
    : to undertake, to begin
    * * *
    1. (en general) to start / to begin [pt. began; pp. begun]
    2. (viaje) to set off on [pt. & pp. set]

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  • 644 empresa2

    2 = enterprise, scheme, venture, quest, operation, undertaking.
    Ex. Only those who have attempted to edit the proceedings of a conference can appreciate the magnitude and scope of such an enterprise.
    Ex. There are forty-six centres in twenty-five countries participating in the scheme.
    Ex. However rudimentary or advanced the system, and no matter what the age of the children involved, certain matters should be considered before setting out on the venture.
    Ex. It is a quest without a satisfactory conclusion - a holy grail of librarianship.
    Ex. When he was younger he really turned the library around, from a backwater, two-bit operation to the respected institution it is today.
    Ex. Since the file from 1966-1975 contains some 2,500,000 references, a search of the complete data base is a fairly large-scale undertaking.
    ----
    * empresa descabellada = fool's errand.
    * empresa próspera = success story.

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  • 645 en + Posesivo + entorno

    = in + Posesivo + midst
    Ex. Today people learn about other cultures not just from reading books, going to museums, and visiting abroad, but also by getting to know people from these cultures living in their midst.
    * * *
    = in + Posesivo + midst

    Ex: Today people learn about other cultures not just from reading books, going to museums, and visiting abroad, but also by getting to know people from these cultures living in their midst.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en + Posesivo + entorno

  • 646 en alerta roja

    Ex. We will be on red alert effective today, which means that we will place on stand-by at least 2,000 soldiers to prepare for any incident in the Labor Day holiday.
    * * *

    Ex: We will be on red alert effective today, which means that we will place on stand-by at least 2,000 soldiers to prepare for any incident in the Labor Day holiday.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en alerta roja

  • 647 en apenas nada

    = in no time at all, in next to no time, in no time
    Ex. In no time at all, the printing revolution also changed institutions, including the educational system.
    Ex. What we call the universe, in short, came from almost nowhere in next to no time.
    Ex. Follow each of these tips, and you'll be on the road to success in no time.
    * * *
    = in no time at all, in next to no time, in no time

    Ex: In no time at all, the printing revolution also changed institutions, including the educational system.

    Ex: What we call the universe, in short, came from almost nowhere in next to no time.
    Ex: Follow each of these tips, and you'll be on the road to success in no time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en apenas nada

  • 648 en ascuas

    Ex. Homeowners are on tenterhooks today waiting for banks to announce if they are raising interest rates again.
    * * *

    Ex: Homeowners are on tenterhooks today waiting for banks to announce if they are raising interest rates again.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en ascuas

  • 649 en auge

    = in ascendancy, buoyant, booming, on the rise, at high tide
    Ex. Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.
    Ex. The foreign relations of the Community will probably remain a buoyant area.
    Ex. In the face of overpublishing and growing scepticism, this once booming area is now retrenching and broadening its coverage = En vista del exceso de publicaciones y del creciente escepticismo, este área que una vez estuvo en auge ahora ha venido a menos.
    Ex. In the article 'Love is a many splendoured thing' a selection of 13 writers of romance, both new and veteran, all on the rise in their field, discuss their craft and the challenges of today's market.
    Ex. The global economy is at high tide and Canada is expected to ride the wave with six per cent export growth this year.
    * * *
    = in ascendancy, buoyant, booming, on the rise, at high tide

    Ex: Library automation was in its ascendancy at precisely the same time that the nation's economy was firmly embarked on its present calamitous decline.

    Ex: The foreign relations of the Community will probably remain a buoyant area.
    Ex: In the face of overpublishing and growing scepticism, this once booming area is now retrenching and broadening its coverage = En vista del exceso de publicaciones y del creciente escepticismo, este área que una vez estuvo en auge ahora ha venido a menos.
    Ex: In the article 'Love is a many splendoured thing' a selection of 13 writers of romance, both new and veteran, all on the rise in their field, discuss their craft and the challenges of today's market.
    Ex: The global economy is at high tide and Canada is expected to ride the wave with six per cent export growth this year.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en auge

  • 650 en aumento

    (adj.) = burgeoning, growing, increasing, mounting, rising, on the rise, heightening
    Ex. It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.
    Ex. Yet another variable factor is the growing presence of full text data bases.
    Ex. The final order on the shelves is the reverse of this, so that an order of increasing speciality is achieved.
    Ex. If the approach is not too blinkered, such situations, on the basis of mounting evidence, quickly lead to the realisation that technological solutions to information problems are at best partial.
    Ex. But the good times ran out and the world recession of the 1970s brought rising inflation, unemployment and increasing pressure for better social services.
    Ex. In the article 'Love is a many splendoured thing' a selection of 13 writers of romance, both new and veteran, all on the rise in their field, discuss their craft and the challenges of today's market.
    Ex. The rising tension over the Olympic torch relay is heightening concerns whether this summer's Games will be clouded by political rancor.
    * * *
    (adj.) = burgeoning, growing, increasing, mounting, rising, on the rise, heightening

    Ex: It was apparent that the responders to the investigation were somewhat unsure of their future situation relative to the burgeoning information education market = Era claro que los entrevistados en la investigacion no se sentían muy seguros sobre su situación futura en relación con el incipiente mercado de las enseñanzas de documentación.

    Ex: Yet another variable factor is the growing presence of full text data bases.
    Ex: The final order on the shelves is the reverse of this, so that an order of increasing speciality is achieved.
    Ex: If the approach is not too blinkered, such situations, on the basis of mounting evidence, quickly lead to the realisation that technological solutions to information problems are at best partial.
    Ex: But the good times ran out and the world recession of the 1970s brought rising inflation, unemployment and increasing pressure for better social services.
    Ex: In the article 'Love is a many splendoured thing' a selection of 13 writers of romance, both new and veteran, all on the rise in their field, discuss their craft and the challenges of today's market.
    Ex: The rising tension over the Olympic torch relay is heightening concerns whether this summer's Games will be clouded by political rancor.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en aumento

  • 651 en buenas condiciones para navegar

    (adj.) = seaworthy
    Ex. Today, people are looking for solutions that make motorboats more streamlined and seaworthy.
    * * *
    (adj.) = seaworthy

    Ex: Today, people are looking for solutions that make motorboats more streamlined and seaworthy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en buenas condiciones para navegar

  • 652 en capilla

    = on tenterhooks, in suspense
    Ex. Homeowners are on tenterhooks today waiting for banks to announce if they are raising interest rates again.
    Ex. The audience members will alternately find themselves roaring with laughter and sitting on the edge of their seats in suspense.
    * * *
    = on tenterhooks, in suspense

    Ex: Homeowners are on tenterhooks today waiting for banks to announce if they are raising interest rates again.

    Ex: The audience members will alternately find themselves roaring with laughter and sitting on the edge of their seats in suspense.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en capilla

  • 653 en casi nada

    = in no time at all, in next to no time, in no time
    Ex. In no time at all, the printing revolution also changed institutions, including the educational system.
    Ex. What we call the universe, in short, came from almost nowhere in next to no time.
    Ex. Follow each of these tips, and you'll be on the road to success in no time.
    * * *
    = in no time at all, in next to no time, in no time

    Ex: In no time at all, the printing revolution also changed institutions, including the educational system.

    Ex: What we call the universe, in short, came from almost nowhere in next to no time.
    Ex: Follow each of these tips, and you'll be on the road to success in no time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en casi nada

  • 654 en el pasado

    = in the past, in past eras, at some point in the past, in years gone by, in days gone by, in former times
    Ex. In-house authority list record the headings that have been established for a given body or person in the past by that cataloguing or indexing agency.
    Ex. The needs of today's information users place demands on our information services far more acute than were normal in past eras.
    Ex. Some of the examples are incorrect according to the present schedules, but are found to have been correct at some point in the past.
    Ex. In years gone by there were warnings of the dangers of reading and listening to the radio.
    Ex. The lit-up computer screen is now our symbol of knowledge and power, omnipresent and omniscient as the eye of almighty God in days gone by.
    Ex. Because enumerative bibliography was not always the well organized craft it has now become many retrospective bibliographies produced in former times must be regarded with suspicion.
    * * *
    = in the past, in past eras, at some point in the past, in years gone by, in days gone by, in former times

    Ex: In-house authority list record the headings that have been established for a given body or person in the past by that cataloguing or indexing agency.

    Ex: The needs of today's information users place demands on our information services far more acute than were normal in past eras.
    Ex: Some of the examples are incorrect according to the present schedules, but are found to have been correct at some point in the past.
    Ex: In years gone by there were warnings of the dangers of reading and listening to the radio.
    Ex: The lit-up computer screen is now our symbol of knowledge and power, omnipresent and omniscient as the eye of almighty God in days gone by.
    Ex: Because enumerative bibliography was not always the well organized craft it has now become many retrospective bibliographies produced in former times must be regarded with suspicion.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en el pasado

  • 655 en estos días

    = today, these days
    Ex. Those dates which are older than today's date are eliminated by the system.
    Ex. Some authors, of course, object to their work being subjected to compulsory dissection for exams in the traditional deadly manner and like Bernard Shaw, they swear to haunt anyone who so mistreats them (Shaw's ghost must be busy these days).
    * * *
    = today, these days

    Ex: Those dates which are older than today's date are eliminated by the system.

    Ex: Some authors, of course, object to their work being subjected to compulsory dissection for exams in the traditional deadly manner and like Bernard Shaw, they swear to haunt anyone who so mistreats them (Shaw's ghost must be busy these days).

    Spanish-English dictionary > en estos días

  • 656 en la actualidad

    at present
    * * *
    nowadays, currently, at present
    * * *
    = at present, nowadays, presently, today, modern-day, now, these days, at the present time, at the present, in present times, at present time, in modern times, in this day and age, currently
    Ex. A number of libraries are at present involved in the conversion of their traditional card catalogues.
    Ex. There is a terrific interest in Holmesiana nowadays.
    Ex. The acquisitions systems is presently only available to subscribers to BOSS.
    Ex. Those dates which are older than today's date are eliminated by the system.
    Ex. Louis de Poincy was the governor of the French island Saint Christopher ( modern-day Saint Kitts) from 1639 to 1660.
    Ex. The article 'The ABC of CD: where is CD-ROM now?' is a basic introduction to CD-ROMs.
    Ex. Some authors, of course, object to their work being subjected to compulsory dissection for exams in the traditional deadly manner and like Bernard Shaw, they swear to haunt anyone who so mistreats them (Shaw's ghost must be busy these days).
    Ex. At the present time online catalogs seem to be prohibitively expensive for public libraries.
    Ex. At present, the library board consists of: a housewife, who is serving as chairwoman, a stockbroker, a retired head of the health department, an owner of a hardware store, and an attorney = En la actualidad, la comisión de biblioteca consta de un ama de casa, que actúa de presidenta, un agente de bolsa, un director del departamento de sanidad jubilado, el propietario de una ferretería y un abogado.
    Ex. The question of ideological thought (in the sense of a veiled interest-determined trend of thought) is again rearing its head in present times.
    Ex. The research project explored the ways in which information is used in the UK at present time.
    Ex. In modern times, the term 'ecology' has had exclusive reference to a scientific discipline and not a branch of philosophy.
    Ex. In this day and age the library sociologist cannot do without using the word 'class' in the library context.
    Ex. Currently, online document request services are possible, but this is not usually a feature of the facilities of any but the largest co-operatives.
    * * *
    = at present, nowadays, presently, today, modern-day, now, these days, at the present time, at the present, in present times, at present time, in modern times, in this day and age, currently

    Ex: A number of libraries are at present involved in the conversion of their traditional card catalogues.

    Ex: There is a terrific interest in Holmesiana nowadays.
    Ex: The acquisitions systems is presently only available to subscribers to BOSS.
    Ex: Those dates which are older than today's date are eliminated by the system.
    Ex: Louis de Poincy was the governor of the French island Saint Christopher ( modern-day Saint Kitts) from 1639 to 1660.
    Ex: The article 'The ABC of CD: where is CD-ROM now?' is a basic introduction to CD-ROMs.
    Ex: Some authors, of course, object to their work being subjected to compulsory dissection for exams in the traditional deadly manner and like Bernard Shaw, they swear to haunt anyone who so mistreats them (Shaw's ghost must be busy these days).
    Ex: At the present time online catalogs seem to be prohibitively expensive for public libraries.
    Ex: At present, the library board consists of: a housewife, who is serving as chairwoman, a stockbroker, a retired head of the health department, an owner of a hardware store, and an attorney = En la actualidad, la comisión de biblioteca consta de un ama de casa, que actúa de presidenta, un agente de bolsa, un director del departamento de sanidad jubilado, el propietario de una ferretería y un abogado.
    Ex: The question of ideological thought (in the sense of a veiled interest-determined trend of thought) is again rearing its head in present times.
    Ex: The research project explored the ways in which information is used in the UK at present time.
    Ex: In modern times, the term 'ecology' has had exclusive reference to a scientific discipline and not a branch of philosophy.
    Ex: In this day and age the library sociologist cannot do without using the word 'class' in the library context.
    Ex: Currently, online document request services are possible, but this is not usually a feature of the facilities of any but the largest co-operatives.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la actualidad

  • 657 en llamas

    ablaze, in flames
    * * *
    (adj.) = afire, ablaze, blazing
    Ex. Among other buildings afire or still smoldering in eastern Baghdad today were the city hall and the National Library which was so thoroughly burned that heat still radiated 50 paces from its front doors.
    Ex. Though the novel begins like a house ablaze, it later thickens slightly into an acceptable if uninspiring finale.
    Ex. As Franklin indicates, 'the farmer weeping beside the blazing pyre of dead sheep is a complex portrait of a breach in the relationships between animals and humans'.
    * * *
    (adj.) = afire, ablaze, blazing

    Ex: Among other buildings afire or still smoldering in eastern Baghdad today were the city hall and the National Library which was so thoroughly burned that heat still radiated 50 paces from its front doors.

    Ex: Though the novel begins like a house ablaze, it later thickens slightly into an acceptable if uninspiring finale.
    Ex: As Franklin indicates, 'the farmer weeping beside the blazing pyre of dead sheep is a complex portrait of a breach in the relationships between animals and humans'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en llamas

  • 658 en nada de tiempo

    = in next to no time, in no time at all, in no time
    Ex. What we call the universe, in short, came from almost nowhere in next to no time.
    Ex. In no time at all, the printing revolution also changed institutions, including the educational system.
    Ex. Follow each of these tips, and you'll be on the road to success in no time.
    * * *
    = in next to no time, in no time at all, in no time

    Ex: What we call the universe, in short, came from almost nowhere in next to no time.

    Ex: In no time at all, the printing revolution also changed institutions, including the educational system.
    Ex: Follow each of these tips, and you'll be on the road to success in no time.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en nada de tiempo

  • 659 en otro tiempo

    = in days of yore, in times of yore
    Ex. The bogeymen that lived under our beds in days of yore don't seem as frightening as those who reside, whether recognized by the children or not, under the beds of today's generation.
    Ex. In times of yore, the umbrella was part of the royal regalia, or symbol of rank.
    * * *
    = in days of yore, in times of yore

    Ex: The bogeymen that lived under our beds in days of yore don't seem as frightening as those who reside, whether recognized by the children or not, under the beds of today's generation.

    Ex: In times of yore, the umbrella was part of the royal regalia, or symbol of rank.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en otro tiempo

  • 660 en otros tiempos

    = in days of yore, in times of yore
    Ex. The bogeymen that lived under our beds in days of yore don't seem as frightening as those who reside, whether recognized by the children or not, under the beds of today's generation.
    Ex. In times of yore, the umbrella was part of the royal regalia, or symbol of rank.
    * * *
    = in days of yore, in times of yore

    Ex: The bogeymen that lived under our beds in days of yore don't seem as frightening as those who reside, whether recognized by the children or not, under the beds of today's generation.

    Ex: In times of yore, the umbrella was part of the royal regalia, or symbol of rank.

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