Translation: from spanish

(darse cuenta)

  • 1 darse cuenta

    v.
    to realize, to catch on, to catch the drift, to find out.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + aware, dawn on, detect, perceive, find, note, make + aware, come to + realise, wise up, reach + understanding, eye + catch, strike + home, suss (out), hit + home
    Ex. For the first time now he became aware that he was being watched.
    Ex. It dawned on her that what she was doing might be a mistake, and she began to think of how best to extricate herself.
    Ex. Then, in the 1930s extraterrestrial radio signals were detected, and during the last four decades a whole new intellectual area of science has developed, namely radio astronomy.
    Ex. Hypermedia offers unheard of opportunities to gain insight into the way young people perceive, process and use information.
    Ex. His trial came up in July 1892 and by then the city accountant had found that over $9,000 had been misappropriated.
    Ex. Collation is the term used for the physical check of books to note any imperfections such as missing or duplicated sections.
    Ex. Libraries need to be made aware of all possible networking options, the benefits of the lesser known OSI suite of protocols and the requirements for establishing an OSI environment.
    Ex. Gradually many of these conquerors came to realize that, although military might was necessary to gain control over an area, sheer force of arms was not sufficient to govern effectively.
    Ex. The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
    Ex. There was no other way that William could just then express the understanding he had clearly reached that some books are impossible to read.
    Ex. As Klaus's acute observations are unhampered by romantic ideals, his eye catches the plastic trash by the roadway as well as the colors of moss on the landing strip.
    Ex. Among many observations in this widely bruited report, one in particular struck home: fewer books had been translated into Arabic in a millennium than were translated into Spanish in a year.
    Ex. He was incredulous when he sussed that the noises came from bona-fide gibbons.
    Ex. With our students, with our employees, the stress of the pulp and paper mill's shutdown is starting to hit home.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + aware, dawn on, detect, perceive, find, note, make + aware, come to + realise, wise up, reach + understanding, eye + catch, strike + home, suss (out), hit + home

    Ex: For the first time now he became aware that he was being watched.

    Ex: It dawned on her that what she was doing might be a mistake, and she began to think of how best to extricate herself.
    Ex: Then, in the 1930s extraterrestrial radio signals were detected, and during the last four decades a whole new intellectual area of science has developed, namely radio astronomy.
    Ex: Hypermedia offers unheard of opportunities to gain insight into the way young people perceive, process and use information.
    Ex: His trial came up in July 1892 and by then the city accountant had found that over $9,000 had been misappropriated.
    Ex: Collation is the term used for the physical check of books to note any imperfections such as missing or duplicated sections.
    Ex: Libraries need to be made aware of all possible networking options, the benefits of the lesser known OSI suite of protocols and the requirements for establishing an OSI environment.
    Ex: Gradually many of these conquerors came to realize that, although military might was necessary to gain control over an area, sheer force of arms was not sufficient to govern effectively.
    Ex: The article 'Cataloguing electronic resources: wise up or dumb down?' argues that WWW search engines do a good job in impossibly difficult circumstances but that they do not provide enough information about a resource.
    Ex: There was no other way that William could just then express the understanding he had clearly reached that some books are impossible to read.
    Ex: As Klaus's acute observations are unhampered by romantic ideals, his eye catches the plastic trash by the roadway as well as the colors of moss on the landing strip.
    Ex: Among many observations in this widely bruited report, one in particular struck home: fewer books had been translated into Arabic in a millennium than were translated into Spanish in a year.
    Ex: He was incredulous when he sussed that the noises came from bona-fide gibbons.
    Ex: With our students, with our employees, the stress of the pulp and paper mill's shutdown is starting to hit home.

    Spanish-English dictionary > darse cuenta

  • 2 darse cuenta de

    (v.) = be aware of, be cognisant of, realise [realize, -USA], sense, wake up to, sink in, become + cognisant of, see through
    Ex. Although this may seem an obvious statement, there are many instances when the searcher is not fully aware of what can or might be retrieved.
    Ex. The second aspect of institutional behavior we need to be cognizant of involves the notion the further institutions move into their life-cycles, the more they demonstrate the characteristics of a closed system.
    Ex. It should be realized, in addition, that the question involves not only serials but other works that are generally intended to be issued indefinitely in successive editions.
    Ex. She sensed that something was wrong with his logic, but she was at a loss to explain it.
    Ex. A few libraries have woken up to this new demand and are doing something.
    Ex. The personnel officer experienced an involuntary shiver as the lancinating reality of the board's decision sank in.
    Ex. Becoming cognizant of these retail promotional tools is the first step -- the fun part is adopting successful ones!.
    Ex. It is important to use oral history information in an informed and sophisticated way, and to be able to see through some popular misconceptions about it.
    * * *
    (v.) = be aware of, be cognisant of, realise [realize, -USA], sense, wake up to, sink in, become + cognisant of, see through

    Ex: Although this may seem an obvious statement, there are many instances when the searcher is not fully aware of what can or might be retrieved.

    Ex: The second aspect of institutional behavior we need to be cognizant of involves the notion the further institutions move into their life-cycles, the more they demonstrate the characteristics of a closed system.
    Ex: It should be realized, in addition, that the question involves not only serials but other works that are generally intended to be issued indefinitely in successive editions.
    Ex: She sensed that something was wrong with his logic, but she was at a loss to explain it.
    Ex: A few libraries have woken up to this new demand and are doing something.
    Ex: The personnel officer experienced an involuntary shiver as the lancinating reality of the board's decision sank in.
    Ex: Becoming cognizant of these retail promotional tools is the first step -- the fun part is adopting successful ones!.
    Ex: It is important to use oral history information in an informed and sophisticated way, and to be able to see through some popular misconceptions about it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > darse cuenta de

  • 3 darse cuenta

    1. прил.
    1) общ. видать, видеть, осмысливать, осмыслить, отдать себе отчёт, сообразить,

    осознаться (de), осознаваться (de), сознавать (de)

    2) разг. (подметить) подловить
    3) прост. смекать (de repente), смекнуть (de repente)
    2. гл.

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > darse cuenta

  • 4 darse cuenta de

    1. прил. 2. гл.

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > darse cuenta de

  • 5 darse cuenta

    • catch on
    • come to understand
    • get the devil out of here
    • get the drift of

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > darse cuenta

  • 6 darse cuenta de

    • awaken to the fact of
    • be aware of
    • be informed of
    • be on to
    • be sensible of
    • become aware of
    • become conscious of
    • come home to
    • cotton on
    • find oneself without
    • find out after a detailed investigation
    • get wider
    • get with child
    • realize

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > darse cuenta de

  • 7 darse cuenta de u.c.

    • uvědomit si co
    • všimnout si čeho

    Diccionario español-checo > darse cuenta de u.c.

  • 8 darse poca cuenta de

    • be oblivious of
    • pay level
    • pay me or else
    • pay money into an account
    • pay no attention to it

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > darse poca cuenta de

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