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  • 1 a tope

    adv.
    as much as possible.
    * * *
    argot (al límite) flat out 2 (lleno) jam-packed, chock-a-block 3 (estupendo) terrific 4 (música) full blast
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    (v.) = packed to capacity, in the fast lane, fast lane, choc-a-block, chock-full, in full swing, in full gear, packed to the rafters
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. The article 'A charmed brew: document delivery and collection in the fast lane' examines the implications of the proliferation of document delivery services and types of access available for librarians.
    Ex. The article is entitled 'The news librarians: fast lane information professionals' = El artículo se titula "Los documentalistas de los medios de comunicación: profesionales de la información a toda pastilla".
    Ex. The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex. Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex. And when the New Year celebrations were in full swing at the moment Britain entered the Community, how many people remember raising their glasses to Europe?.
    Ex. Christmas is merely three weeks away, even if the commercialized aspect of the holidays have been in full gear for over two weeks now.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
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    (v.) = packed to capacity, in the fast lane, fast lane, choc-a-block, chock-full, in full swing, in full gear, packed to the rafters

    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.

    Ex: The article 'A charmed brew: document delivery and collection in the fast lane' examines the implications of the proliferation of document delivery services and types of access available for librarians.
    Ex: The article is entitled 'The news librarians: fast lane information professionals' = El artículo se titula "Los documentalistas de los medios de comunicación: profesionales de la información a toda pastilla".
    Ex: The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex: Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex: And when the New Year celebrations were in full swing at the moment Britain entered the Community, how many people remember raising their glasses to Europe?.
    Ex: Christmas is merely three weeks away, even if the commercialized aspect of the holidays have been in full gear for over two weeks now.
    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a tope

  • 2 abarrotado

    adj.
    crammed, packed, completely full, crowded.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: abarrotar.
    * * *
    1→ link=abarrotar abarrotar
    1 (cosas) packed (de, with), crammed (de, with); (personas) jam-packed (de, with), packed (de, with)
    * * *
    (f. - abarrotada)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ [sala, tren] packed, jam-packed

    estar abarrotado de — [+ personas] to be packed o jam-packed with; [+ objetos] to be crammed o jam-packed with

    * * *
    - da adjetivo crammed, packed

    abarrotado de algo< de gente> packed o crammed with something

    * * *
    = congested, packed to capacity, overcrowded, bursting at the seams, stuffed looking, choc-a-block, chock-full, cluttered, densely packed, packed, packed to the rafters.
    Ex. To be sure, it still has its congeries of mills and factories, its grimy huddle of frame dwellings and congested tenements, its stark, jagged skyline, but its old face is gradually changing.
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. Cooperative storage of materials on a regional or national basis promises to become the best way of coping with overcrowded libraries.
    Ex. The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex. As one librarian summarized, 'people are not into the stuffed looking, dingy, dust smelling type of libraries anymore... they expect atmospheres more like coffeehouses or nice bookstores'.
    Ex. The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex. Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex. They found him in his habitually cluttered office, buried beneath stacks of paperwork.
    Ex. The square was humble and nondescript, part of a maze of narrow streets and densely packed shops and houses.
    Ex. Here and there, elderly citizens tend tiny, packed shops selling candy and chipped bottles of cold soda.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
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    * abarrotado (de) = teeming with, bursting with, jam-packed (with), filled to capacity.
    * * *
    - da adjetivo crammed, packed

    abarrotado de algo< de gente> packed o crammed with something

    * * *
    = congested, packed to capacity, overcrowded, bursting at the seams, stuffed looking, choc-a-block, chock-full, cluttered, densely packed, packed, packed to the rafters.

    Ex: To be sure, it still has its congeries of mills and factories, its grimy huddle of frame dwellings and congested tenements, its stark, jagged skyline, but its old face is gradually changing.

    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex: Cooperative storage of materials on a regional or national basis promises to become the best way of coping with overcrowded libraries.
    Ex: The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex: As one librarian summarized, 'people are not into the stuffed looking, dingy, dust smelling type of libraries anymore... they expect atmospheres more like coffeehouses or nice bookstores'.
    Ex: The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex: Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex: They found him in his habitually cluttered office, buried beneath stacks of paperwork.
    Ex: The square was humble and nondescript, part of a maze of narrow streets and densely packed shops and houses.
    Ex: Here and there, elderly citizens tend tiny, packed shops selling candy and chipped bottles of cold soda.
    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * abarrotado (de) = teeming with, bursting with, jam-packed (with), filled to capacity.

    * * *
    crammed, packed abarrotado DE algo packed o crammed WITH sth
    estanterías abarrotadas de adornos shelves crammed with ornaments
    el foyer estaba abarrotado de gente the foyer was packed with people
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    Del verbo abarrotar: ( conjugate abarrotar)

    abarrotado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    abarrotado    
    abarrotar
    abarrotado
    ◊ -da adjetivo

    crammed, packed;
    abarrotado de algo ‹ de gente› packed o crammed with sth
    abarrotar ( conjugate abarrotar) verbo transitivosala/teatro to pack
    abarrotado,-a adjetivo packed, crammed [de, with]: no pudimos entrar en el local, estaba abarrotado (de gente), we couldn't get into the place because it was jam-packed with people
    abarrotar verbo transitivo to pack, cram [de, with]: el público abarrotaba el teatro, the theatre was packed (with people)

    ' abarrotado' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abarrotada
    English:
    astir
    - chock-a-block
    - chock-full
    - overcrowded
    - swarm
    - cluttered
    - congested
    - crowded
    - over
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    abarrotado, -a adj
    1. [lleno] [teatro, autobús] packed (de with); [desván, baúl] crammed (de with)
    2. Ven
    estar abarrotado de trabajo to have a lot of work
    * * *
    I adj packed
    II partabarrotar
    * * *
    abarrotado, -da adj
    : packed, crammed

    Spanish-English dictionary > abarrotado

  • 3 cura2

    2 = vicar, parish priest.
    Ex. These figures of 'authority', the local postman, the vicar, the village postmistress and schoolmaster were fast disappearing from the rural scene.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cura2

  • 4 de bote en bote

    jam-packed
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    (v.) = packed to capacity, choc-a-block, chock-full, densely packed, packed, packed to the rafters
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex. Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex. The square was humble and nondescript, part of a maze of narrow streets and densely packed shops and houses.
    Ex. Here and there, elderly citizens tend tiny, packed shops selling candy and chipped bottles of cold soda.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * * *
    (v.) = packed to capacity, choc-a-block, chock-full, densely packed, packed, packed to the rafters

    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.

    Ex: The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex: Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex: The square was humble and nondescript, part of a maze of narrow streets and densely packed shops and houses.
    Ex: Here and there, elderly citizens tend tiny, packed shops selling candy and chipped bottles of cold soda.
    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de bote en bote

  • 5 despedir del trabajo

    (v.) = make + redundant
    Ex. Many people have been made redundant in the takeover and those who joined last were the first to go -- the principle of devil take the hindmost applied.
    * * *
    (v.) = make + redundant

    Ex: Many people have been made redundant in the takeover and those who joined last were the first to go -- the principle of devil take the hindmost applied.

    Spanish-English dictionary > despedir del trabajo

  • 6 despedir2

    2 = fire, lay off, discharge, terminate, axe [ax, -USA], let + go, sack, make + redundant, give + Nombre + the boot, boot (out), give + Nombre + the sack, send + Nombre + packing, turf out, cashier.
    Ex. It began when Balzac and Pershing had an altercation (theirs was another of the 'running feuds' in the library), and Pershing was fired.
    Ex. I've been sitting here wondering how best to select the people to be laid off.
    Ex. By the beginning of the nineteenth century many British printers had come to rely for most of their work on relays of apprentices, who were simply discharged at the end of their terms and replaced by new apprentices.
    Ex. At coffee yesterday Jeff Gordon had apprised her of the fact that three of his engineers had been summarily terminated.
    Ex. 'He's been trying to cover up his tracks; those engineers who got axed were his scapegoats'.
    Ex. Suddenly she piped triumphantly, almost getting to her feet: 'We could let the student assistants go!'.
    Ex. The author warns that shortsighted companies that believe all the information they need is on the Web may sack information professionals.
    Ex. Many people have been made redundant in the takeover and those who joined last were the first to go -- the principle of devil take the hindmost applied.
    Ex. He was given the boot for being discovered with a camera taking a photo of hula dancers.
    Ex. As Hartwick got older, the feds decided he was a major security risk and booted him out of the program.
    Ex. Justin pointed out that the government would not compromise and those found protecting illegal immigrants would be given the sack.
    Ex. Those who hold this view argued that the state government lacks the political will to send them packing for good.
    Ex. You will be disliked and turfed out as a sacrificial goat once your job is done but there will be many others queuing up for your services.
    Ex. His case was referred to the next session, and in the following May he was cashiered.
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    * despedir a discreción = fire at + will.
    * despedir a un empleado = dismiss + employee.
    * despedir del trabajo = make + redundant.
    * despedir mano de obra = shed + jobs, axe + jobs, cut + jobs.
    * despedir obreros = shed + jobs, axe + jobs, cut + jobs.

    Spanish-English dictionary > despedir2

  • 7 dilecto

    adj.
    1 loved beloved.
    2 dear, beloved, dearly beloved.
    * * *
    1 beloved, dearly beloved
    * * *
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * * *

    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    * * *
    dilecto -ta
    ( frml); ‹amigo/compañero› dear, good ( before n)
    hijo dilecto de la ciudad de Mendoza ( frml); much-loved o well-loved o beloved son of the city of Mendoza ( frml)
    * * *
    dilecto, -a adj
    Formal beloved, much-loved;
    mi dilecto colega my dear colleague

    Spanish-English dictionary > dilecto

  • 8 egresado

    adj.
    graduate.
    f. & m.
    graduate, graduate student.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: egresar.
    * * *
    egresado, -a
    SM / F LAm (=licenciado) graduate
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo (AmL)

    los alumnos egresados — ( de universidad) the graduates; ( de colegio) the high school graduates (AmE), the school leavers (BrE)

    II
    - da masculino, femenino (AmL) ( de universidad) graduate; ( de colegio) high school graduate (AmE), school leaver (BrE)
    * * *
    = graduate, alumnus [alumni, -pl.], alum.
    Nota: Abreviatura de alumnus.
    Ex. In general, off-campus graduates were older, less mobile, had more family responsibilities, and used support structures generally available to mature adults.
    Ex. The article 'S.R. Ranganathan: distinguished alumnus' details the life and work of S.R. Ranganathan with particular reference to his time spent at University College London, School of Librarianship.
    Ex. It is time for professional associations to distance themselves from educational programs who have no use for the work their alums do.
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    * egresado universitario = college graduate.
    * * *
    I
    - da adjetivo (AmL)

    los alumnos egresados — ( de universidad) the graduates; ( de colegio) the high school graduates (AmE), the school leavers (BrE)

    II
    - da masculino, femenino (AmL) ( de universidad) graduate; ( de colegio) high school graduate (AmE), school leaver (BrE)
    * * *
    = graduate, alumnus [alumni, -pl.], alum.
    Nota: Abreviatura de alumnus.

    Ex: In general, off-campus graduates were older, less mobile, had more family responsibilities, and used support structures generally available to mature adults.

    Ex: The article 'S.R. Ranganathan: distinguished alumnus' details the life and work of S.R. Ranganathan with particular reference to his time spent at University College London, School of Librarianship.
    Ex: It is time for professional associations to distance themselves from educational programs who have no use for the work their alums do.
    * egresado universitario = college graduate.

    * * *
    egresado1 -da
    ( AmL): los alumnos egresados el año pasado (de una universidad) the students who graduated last year, last year's graduates; (de un colegio) those who left the school last year, the students who graduated from the school last year ( AmE)
    egresado2 -da
    masculine, feminine
    ( AmL) (de una universidad) graduate; (de un colegio) high school graduate ( AmE), school leaver ( BrE)
    muchos egresados de las escuelas primarias no continúan sus estudios many people do not continue their education when they leave primary school
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    Del verbo egresar: ( conjugate egresar)

    egresado es:

    el participio

    Multiple Entries:
    egresado    
    egresar
    egresado
    ◊ -da adjetivo (AmL): los alumnos egresados ( de universidad) the graduates;


    ( de colegio) the high school graduates (AmE), the school leavers (BrE)
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino (AmL) ( de universidad) graduate;
    ( de colegio) high school graduate (AmE), school leaver (BrE)
    egresar ( conjugate egresar) verbo intransitivo (AmL) ( de universidad) to graduate;
    ( de colegio) to graduate from high school (AmE), to leave school (o college etc) (BrE)
    verbo transitivo (Andes) (Fin) to withdraw, take out
    egresar vi LAm (terminar la escuela) to leave school
    (los estudios universitarios) to graduate
    * * *
    egresado, -a nm,f
    Am
    1. [de escuela] = student who has completed their studies, US graduate
    2. [de universidad] graduate
    * * *
    m, egresada f L.Am.
    graduate
    * * *
    egresado, -da n
    : graduate

    Spanish-English dictionary > egresado

  • 9 hasta los topes

    (v.) = packed to capacity, bursting at the seams, choc-a-block, chock-full, overloaded, packed to the rafters
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex. The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex. Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex. He dismissed the image of overloaded libraries collapsing under the weight of a surfeit of paper as 'mythology'.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * * *
    (v.) = packed to capacity, bursting at the seams, choc-a-block, chock-full, overloaded, packed to the rafters

    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.

    Ex: The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex: The library was choc-a-block with celebrities and children as they swarmed to see the signing of the new Harry Potter book by its author.
    Ex: Herbal cancer remedy is chock-full of drugs.
    Ex: He dismissed the image of overloaded libraries collapsing under the weight of a surfeit of paper as 'mythology'.
    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta los topes

  • 10 lleno a reventar

    (v.) = bursting, bursting at the seams, packed to capacity, packed to the rafters
    Ex. The bursting linen cupboard is characteristic of the late 19th century, since people used their linen to decorate interiors.
    Ex. The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * * *
    (v.) = bursting, bursting at the seams, packed to capacity, packed to the rafters

    Ex: The bursting linen cupboard is characteristic of the late 19th century, since people used their linen to decorate interiors.

    Ex: The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lleno a reventar

  • 11 lleno a tope

    (v.) = packed to capacity, packed to the rafters
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * * *
    (v.) = packed to capacity, packed to the rafters

    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.

    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lleno a tope

  • 12 lleno al máximo

    (v.) = packed to capacity, packed to the rafters
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * * *
    (v.) = packed to capacity, packed to the rafters

    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.

    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lleno al máximo

  • 13 lleno hasta la bandera

    (v.) = packed to capacity, packed to the rafters
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * * *
    (v.) = packed to capacity, packed to the rafters

    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.

    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lleno hasta la bandera

  • 14 lleno hasta los topes

    (v.) = bursting, bursting at the seams, packed to capacity, packed to the rafters
    Ex. The bursting linen cupboard is characteristic of the late 19th century, since people used their linen to decorate interiors.
    Ex. The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex. His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * * *
    (v.) = bursting, bursting at the seams, packed to capacity, packed to the rafters

    Ex: The bursting linen cupboard is characteristic of the late 19th century, since people used their linen to decorate interiors.

    Ex: The library solved the problems of budget cuts, a library building bursting at the seams, and stock ill matched to some of the courses by switching to the use of on-line search services.
    Ex: His small foreign-made car strained with the added burden of an interior packed to capacity with personal belongings and a heavily laden U-Haul trailor attached to the rear.
    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > lleno hasta los topes

  • 15 muy amado

    adj.
    much-loved, beloved, dearly beloved, well-beloved.
    * * *
    (adj.) = much-loved
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * * *
    (adj.) = much-loved

    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muy amado

  • 16 muy querido

    adj.
    dear, well-loved, well-liked.
    * * *
    (adj.) = much-loved
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * * *
    (adj.) = much-loved

    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Spanish-English dictionary > muy querido

  • 17 predilecto

    adj.
    favorite, favourite, minion, preferred.
    * * *
    1 favourite
    * * *
    ADJ favourite, favorite (EEUU)
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo favorite*
    II
    - ta masculino, femenino favorite*
    * * *
    = much-loved, best-loved.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    Ex. Sleeping Beauty is one of the best-loved ballets in the world.
    * * *
    I
    - ta adjetivo favorite*
    II
    - ta masculino, femenino favorite*
    * * *
    = much-loved, best-loved.

    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.

    Ex: Sleeping Beauty is one of the best-loved ballets in the world.

    * * *
    favorite*
    su hijo predilecto his favorite son
    masculine, feminine
    favorite*
    el predilecto de la madre the mother's favorite
    el predilecto del profesor the teacher's pet ( colloq)
    * * *

    predilecto
    ◊ -ta adjetivo/ sustantivo masculino, femenino

    favorite( conjugate favorite)
    predilecto,-a adjetivo favourite, US favorite

    ' predilecto' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    predilecta
    * * *
    predilecto, -a adj
    favourite
    * * *
    adj favorite, Br
    favourite
    * * *
    predilecto, -ta adj
    : favorite

    Spanish-English dictionary > predilecto

  • 18 párroco

    m.
    parish priest, chaplain, parson.
    * * *
    1 parish priest
    * * *
    noun m.
    parson, parish priest
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino parish priest
    * * *
    = vicar, pastor, parson, parish priest.
    Ex. These figures of 'authority', the local postman, the vicar, the village postmistress and schoolmaster were fast disappearing from the rural scene.
    Ex. It has been said that the parish is the door to participation for the handicapped and that the pastor must keep the door always open.
    Ex. The parson, he said, now has to wait two weeks for a book being read by his clerk.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    ----
    * casa del párroco = parsonage house, parsonage.
    * * *
    masculino parish priest
    * * *
    = vicar, pastor, parson, parish priest.

    Ex: These figures of 'authority', the local postman, the vicar, the village postmistress and schoolmaster were fast disappearing from the rural scene.

    Ex: It has been said that the parish is the door to participation for the handicapped and that the pastor must keep the door always open.
    Ex: The parson, he said, now has to wait two weeks for a book being read by his clerk.
    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    * casa del párroco = parsonage house, parsonage.

    * * *
    parish priest
    * * *

    párroco sustantivo masculino
    parish priest
    párroco sustantivo masculino parish priest
    ' párroco' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ascendiente
    - vicario
    English:
    christen
    - rector
    - rectory
    - vicar
    - vicarage
    - parson
    - priest
    * * *
    parish priest
    * * *
    m parish priest
    * * *
    : parish priest
    * * *
    párroco n parish priest / vicar

    Spanish-English dictionary > párroco

  • 19 reír

    v.
    to laugh.
    * * *
    (like ceñir, but the loss of i is not due to the influence of any consonant)
    Present Indicative
    río, ríes, ríe, reímos, reís, ríen.
    Past Indicative
    reí, reíste, rió, reímos, reísteis, rieron.
    Present Subjunctive
    Imperfect Subjunctive
    Future Subjunctive
    Imperative
    ríe (tú), ría (él/Vd.), riamos (nos.), reíd (vos.), rían (ellos/Vds.).
    * * *
    verb
    * * *
    1. VI
    1) [persona] to laugh
    2) liter [ojos] to laugh liter, sparkle; [campo, mañana, naturaleza] to sparkle, glow
    2.
    3.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo to laugh
    2.
    reír vt <gracia/chiste> to laugh at
    3.
    reírse v pron to laugh

    reírse DE algo/alguien — to laugh at something/somebody

    * * *
    ----
    * ande yo caliente, ríase la gente = cry all the way to the bank, laugh all the way to the bank.
    * comenzar a reír = break into + laugh.
    * empezar a reírse a carcajadas = burst into + a fit of laughter, burst into + side-splitting laughter.
    * partirse de reír = burst into + side-splitting laughter, burst into + a fit of laughter, be in fits of laughter.
    * reírse = snicker, snigger.
    * reírse a carcajadas = laugh + out loud, laugh like + a drain.
    * reírse a carjadas = lol [laugh out loud].
    * reírse a escondidas = laugh up + Posesivo + sleeve.
    * reírse a mandíbula batiente = laugh + Posesivo + head off, laugh like + a drain.
    * reírse como una hiena = laugh like + a hyena, laugh like + a drain.
    * reírse con nerviosismo = giggle.
    * reírse con regocijo = cackle + with delight.
    * reírse con una sonrisa de oreja a oreja = grin from + ear to ear.
    * reírse de = laugh (at), deride, jeer, make + fun of, scoff at.
    * reírse disimuladamente = laugh up + Posesivo + sleeve.
    * reírse entre dientes = chuckle.
    * reírse nerviosamente = giggle.
    * reírse para dentro = laugh up + Posesivo + sleeve.
    * reírse tontamente = giggle.
    * romper a reír = bubble over in + laugh, burst out + laughing, explode into + laughter.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo intransitivo to laugh
    2.
    reír vt <gracia/chiste> to laugh at
    3.
    reírse v pron to laugh

    reírse DE algo/alguien — to laugh at something/somebody

    * * *
    * ande yo caliente, ríase la gente = cry all the way to the bank, laugh all the way to the bank.
    * comenzar a reír = break into + laugh.
    * empezar a reírse a carcajadas = burst into + a fit of laughter, burst into + side-splitting laughter.
    * partirse de reír = burst into + side-splitting laughter, burst into + a fit of laughter, be in fits of laughter.
    * reírse = snicker, snigger.
    * reírse a carcajadas = laugh + out loud, laugh like + a drain.
    * reírse a carjadas = lol [laugh out loud].
    * reírse a escondidas = laugh up + Posesivo + sleeve.
    * reírse a mandíbula batiente = laugh + Posesivo + head off, laugh like + a drain.
    * reírse como una hiena = laugh like + a hyena, laugh like + a drain.
    * reírse con nerviosismo = giggle.
    * reírse con regocijo = cackle + with delight.
    * reírse con una sonrisa de oreja a oreja = grin from + ear to ear.
    * reírse de = laugh (at), deride, jeer, make + fun of, scoff at.
    * reírse disimuladamente = laugh up + Posesivo + sleeve.
    * reírse entre dientes = chuckle.
    * reírse nerviosamente = giggle.
    * reírse para dentro = laugh up + Posesivo + sleeve.
    * reírse tontamente = giggle.
    * romper a reír = bubble over in + laugh, burst out + laughing, explode into + laughter.
    * * *
    reír [ I18 ]
    vi
    to laugh
    se echaron a reír they burst out laughing
    nos hizo reír mucho she really made us laugh
    ¡no me hagas reír! don't make me laugh!
    el que ríe último ríe mejor he who laughs last laughs longest o loudest
    ■ reír
    vt
    ‹gracia/chiste› to laugh at
    no le rías las gracias don't encourage him, don't laugh at the things he does/says
    to laugh
    nos reímos como locos we laughed like crazy o mad ( colloq), we killed ourselves laughing ( colloq), we laughed our heads off ( colloq)
    reírse con ganas to laugh heartily
    me río mucho con él I have a good time with him o we laugh a lot when we're together
    reírse DE algo/algn to laugh AT sth/sb
    ¿de qué te ríes? what are you laughing at? o what's so funny?
    se rió de él en su propia cara she laughed in his face
    he visto unos paisajes aquí que me río yo de los Alpes I've seen some scenery around here that makes the Alps look tame
    dicen que es muy inteligenteme río yo de su inteligencia they say he's very clever — him, clever? don't make me laugh
    * * *

     

    reír ( conjugate reír) verbo intransitivo
    to laugh;

    verbo transitivo ‹gracia/chiste to laugh at
    reírse verbo pronominal
    to laugh;
    reírse a carcajadas to guffaw;
    reírse DE algo/algn to laugh at sth/sb
    reír
    I verbo intransitivo to laugh: me hace reír, he makes me laugh
    echarse a reír, to burst out laughing
    II vt to laugh at: no le rías las gracias al niño, don't humour the boy

    ' reír' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    echarse
    - hacer
    - hartarse
    - mandíbula
    - panzada
    - risa
    - imitar
    - ríe
    - romper
    English:
    burst into
    - burst out
    - chuckle
    - fall about
    - funny
    - laugh
    - laughter
    - make
    - set off
    - that
    - whatever
    * * *
    vi
    to laugh;
    reír a mandíbula batiente to laugh one's head off;
    Irónico
    no me hagas reír: ¿se ha puesto a dieta? – ¡no me hagas reír! has she gone on a diet? – don't make me laugh!;
    quien ríe el último ríe mejor he who laughs last laughs longest
    vt
    to laugh at;
    ¡no le rías las gracias! don't laugh at his antics!
    * * *
    I v/i laugh;
    hacer reír a alguien make s.o. laugh;
    no me hagas reír fig fam don’t make me laugh fam ;
    quien ríe último, ríe mejor he who laughs last laughs longest
    II v/t laugh at
    * * *
    reír {66} vi
    : to laugh
    reir vt
    : to laugh at
    * * *
    reír vb to laugh

    Spanish-English dictionary > reír

  • 20 sacerdote

    m.
    priest, clergyman, churchman, clerk.
    * * *
    1 priest
    * * *
    (f. - sacerdotisa)
    noun
    priest / priestess
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino priest
    * * *
    = priest, divine, parson, parish priest, vicar.
    Ex. As early as 3000 B.C., the Sumerians kept records on clay tablets; many of those records applied to the management practices of the priests in Ur.
    Ex. There were popular religious works, mainly by later seventeenth century nonconformist divines, of which the most famous was of course John Bunyan.
    Ex. The parson, he said, now has to wait two weeks for a book being read by his clerk.
    Ex. The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    Ex. These figures of 'authority', the local postman, the vicar, the village postmistress and schoolmaster were fast disappearing from the rural scene.
    * * *
    masculino priest
    * * *
    = priest, divine, parson, parish priest, vicar.

    Ex: As early as 3000 B.C., the Sumerians kept records on clay tablets; many of those records applied to the management practices of the priests in Ur.

    Ex: There were popular religious works, mainly by later seventeenth century nonconformist divines, of which the most famous was of course John Bunyan.
    Ex: The parson, he said, now has to wait two weeks for a book being read by his clerk.
    Ex: The local church was packed to the rafters for the funeral of a much-loved parish priest who died last month aged 69.
    Ex: These figures of 'authority', the local postman, the vicar, the village postmistress and schoolmaster were fast disappearing from the rural scene.

    * * *
    priest
    Compuesto:
    worker priest
    * * *

    sacerdote sustantivo masculino
    priest
    sacerdote sustantivo masculino priest
    sumo sacerdote, high priest
    ' sacerdote' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    lama
    - ordenar
    - ordenarse
    - celebrar
    - condición
    - cura
    - misa
    - padre
    - paisano
    English:
    become
    - dog collar
    - father
    - high priest
    - marry
    - no
    - ordain
    - priest
    - guide
    * * *
    sacerdote, -isa
    nm,f
    [pagano] priest, f priestess
    nm
    [cristiano] priest;
    mujer sacerdote woman priest
    * * *
    m priest
    * * *
    : priest m, priestess f
    * * *
    sacerdote n priest

    Spanish-English dictionary > sacerdote

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