Translation: from spanish to english

from english to spanish

El director incrementó los salarios

  • 1 incrementar

    v.
    1 to increase.
    El director incrementó los salarios The director increased the salaries.
    2 to increment, to increase, to augment, to raise.
    Los precios incrementaron The prices incremented.
    * * *
    1 to increase
    * * *
    1.
    2.
    See:
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo (frml) to increase
    2.
    incrementarsev pron (frml) to increase
    * * *
    = augment, increment, rise, deepen, escalate, ramp up, step up, crank up, ratchet up, mark + Nombre + up, turn up.
    Ex. These sources which form the basis of the intellectual selection of terms may be augmented by the machine selection of terms.
    Ex. If a periodical increases its volume number more than once during the year, the volume pattern should contain a '1' each time the volume number is incremented.
    Ex. If suppliers are forced out of business, there will be less software to lend and prices will rise with the lack of competition.
    Ex. One of the effects of reading in children is that their appreciation of the processes and function of literature is deepened.
    Ex. Over the past two to three years the numbers of full text data bases and data banks has started to escalate considerably.
    Ex. EGND has hit a home run with the introduction of a new product line, increasing sales projections, and ramping up production schedules.
    Ex. The intensity of marketing to schools and parents will have to be stepped up by publishers if they are to succeed in the more competitive market.
    Ex. Refiners are cranking up diesel output to meet rising global demand.
    Ex. The health department has ratcheted up efforts to prevent or slow down the spread of swine flu in schools.
    Ex. Determine how much it costs to make the item, how much it costs to market that item, and then mark it up by 15-30% or more.
    Ex. Cytokines are small proteins used to communicate messages between the immune cells in the immune system to either turn up or down the immune response.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo (frml) to increase
    2.
    incrementarsev pron (frml) to increase
    * * *
    = augment, increment, rise, deepen, escalate, ramp up, step up, crank up, ratchet up, mark + Nombre + up, turn up.

    Ex: These sources which form the basis of the intellectual selection of terms may be augmented by the machine selection of terms.

    Ex: If a periodical increases its volume number more than once during the year, the volume pattern should contain a '1' each time the volume number is incremented.
    Ex: If suppliers are forced out of business, there will be less software to lend and prices will rise with the lack of competition.
    Ex: One of the effects of reading in children is that their appreciation of the processes and function of literature is deepened.
    Ex: Over the past two to three years the numbers of full text data bases and data banks has started to escalate considerably.
    Ex: EGND has hit a home run with the introduction of a new product line, increasing sales projections, and ramping up production schedules.
    Ex: The intensity of marketing to schools and parents will have to be stepped up by publishers if they are to succeed in the more competitive market.
    Ex: Refiners are cranking up diesel output to meet rising global demand.
    Ex: The health department has ratcheted up efforts to prevent or slow down the spread of swine flu in schools.
    Ex: Determine how much it costs to make the item, how much it costs to market that item, and then mark it up by 15-30% or more.
    Ex: Cytokines are small proteins used to communicate messages between the immune cells in the immune system to either turn up or down the immune response.

    * * *
    vt
    ( frml); to increase
    ‚Ė† incrementarse
    ( frml); to increase
    * * *

     

    incrementar ( conjugate incrementar) verbo transitivo (frml) to increase
    incrementar verbo transitivo to increase
    ' incrementar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    reforzar
    English:
    augment
    * * *
    ‚ô¶ vt
    to increase
    * * *
    v/t increase
    * * *
    : to increase

    Spanish-English dictionary > incrementar

  • 2 cartas al director

    Ex. Short communications, newspaper articles and letters to the editor present problems in abstracting, both from the selection viewpoint and also as to abstract content.
    * * *

    Ex: Short communications, newspaper articles and letters to the editor present problems in abstracting, both from the selection viewpoint and also as to abstract content.

    * * *
    letters to the editor

    Spanish-English dictionary > cartas al director

  • 3 director

    adj.
    director, directing.
    m.
    1 director, leader, principal.
    2 superintendent, manager, officer.
    3 conductor, orchestra conductor.
    4 warden.
    5 headmaster, head teacher.
    * * *
    ‚Ėļ adjetivo
    1 directing, managing
    ‚Ėļ nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 director, manager
    2 (de colegio - hombre) headmaster; (mujer) headmistress
    5 (de c√°rcel) governor
    6 (de orquesta) conductor
    \
    director,-ra de cine film director
    director,-ra de escena stage manager
    director espiritual father confessor
    director,-ra gerente managing director
    * * *
    (f. - directora)
    noun
    director, manager, head, headmaster
    * * *
    director, -a
    1.
    ADJ [consejo, junta] governing; [principio] guiding
    2. SM / F
    1) (=responsable) [de centro escolar] headteacher, headmaster/headmistress, principal; [de periódico, revista] editor; (Cine, TV) director; [de orquesta] conductor; [de hospital] manager, administrator; [de prisión] governor, warden (EEUU)

    director(a) art√≠stico/a ‚ÄĒ artistic director

    director(a) de departamento ‚ÄĒ (Univ) head of department

    director(a) de funeraria ‚ÄĒ undertaker, funeral director, mortician (EEUU)

    director(a) de interiores ‚ÄĒ (TV) studio director

    director(a) de tesis ‚ÄĒ thesis supervisor, research supervisor

    2) (Com) (=gerente) manager; [de mayor responsabilidad] director

    director(a) adjunto/a ‚ÄĒ assistant manager

    director(a) ejecutivo/a ‚ÄĒ executive director, managing director

    director(a) t√©cnico/a ‚ÄĒ technical manager

    3.
    SM
    (Rel)
    * * *
    - tora masculino, femenino
    a) ( de escuela) (m) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmaster (BrE); (f) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmistress (BrE); (de periódico, revista) editor (in chief); ( de hospital) administrator; ( de prisión) warden (AmE), governor (BrE)
    b) (Com) ( gerente) manager; ( miembro de junta directiva) director, executive
    c) (Cin, Teatr) director
    * * *
    = chairman [chairmen, pl.], chairperson [chairpersons, -pl.], chief, chief librarian, director, head, manager [manageress, -fem.], headmaster, office manager, business manager, chair.
    Ex. As head of a committee, and being recognized as such, it's perfectly all right with me if I'm called the chairman rather than the chairwoman.
    Ex. Special thanks to the ISAD Program Planning Committee, in particular its chairperson, for the conceptual organization.
    Ex. He subsequently served as chief of that Division, chief of the Serial Record Division, Assistant Director for Cataloging of the Processing Department, Director of the Processing Department, and Assistant Librarian of Processing Services.
    Ex. The chief librarian or director of libraries, by which title the post is sometimes now known, will in general be fully occupied with making decisions on internal professional policy, committee work, and administration and management in the widest sense.
    Ex. Hugh C, Atkinson, director of the University of Illinois Libraries, has consistently been in the forefront in applying automation to traditional library problems and services.
    Ex. She began her career at Central Missouri State University where she was head of the Documents Depository.
    Ex. Such hosts are more likely to be accessed by end-users such as economists and managers, than information workers.
    Ex. The author played a large part in the successful establishment of the school library when her husband became headmaster = La autora desempe√Ī√≥ un gran papel en la creaci√≥n de la biblioteca escolar cuando su esposo fue nombrado director.
    Ex. This department is headed by a general office manager who has a staff of bookkeepers, billing clerks, comptrollers, and secretaries.
    Ex. Watman wondered how the profession would react to the idea of a business manager instead of assistant.
    Ex. Once elected, the chair is responsible for maintaining discipline and ensuring that all students are treated fairly.
    ----
    * cargo de director = directorship.
    * cartas al director = letter to the editor.
    * Conferencia de Directores de Bibliotecas Nacionales (CDNL) = Conference of Directors of National Libraries (CDNL).
    * directora conjunta = co-chairperson.
    * director adjunto = assistant director, deputy director, joint director.
    * director artístico = art director.
    * director cinematogr√°fico = film director.
    * director comercial = marketing executive, chief commercial officer.
    * director conjunto = co-chairperson.
    * director de biblioteca = library director.
    * director de cine = film director.
    * director de curso = course leader.
    * director de departamento = department head.
    * director de empresa = company director.
    * director de escuela = school principal.
    * director de filial = branch head.
    * director de finanzas = finance director.
    * director de funeraria = funeral director, undertaker, mortician.
    * director de la biblioteca = head librarian.
    * director de marketing = marketing executive.
    * director de museo = curator.
    * director de operaciones = chief operating officer (COO), director for operations.
    * director de orquesta = conductor.
    * director de periódico = newspaper editor.
    * director de pompas f√ļnebres = undertaker, funeral director, mortician.
    * director de prisión = prison warden.
    * director de tesis = PhD supervisor, dissertation adviser, dissertation supervisor, thesis supervisor, thesis adviser, research supervisor.
    * director ejecutivo = executive director, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), managing director, chief executive.
    * director ejecutivo de la gestión del conocimiento = knowledge executive.
    * director, el = principal.
    * director financiero = finance director, chief financial officer.
    * director general = executive director, Director-General, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), chief executive, senior director.
    * director principal = senior director.
    * partichela de piano director, violín director, etc = piano/violin, etc. conductor part.
    * subdirector = assistant director.
    * * *
    - tora masculino, femenino
    a) ( de escuela) (m) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmaster (BrE); (f) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmistress (BrE); (de periódico, revista) editor (in chief); ( de hospital) administrator; ( de prisión) warden (AmE), governor (BrE)
    b) (Com) ( gerente) manager; ( miembro de junta directiva) director, executive
    c) (Cin, Teatr) director
    * * *
    el director

    Ex: Anthony read the handwritten note he found in his mailbox from the principal of the high school at which he had been employed as head of the school media program for one month.

    = chairman [chairmen, pl.], chairperson [chairpersons, -pl.], chief, chief librarian, director, head, manager [manageress, -fem.], headmaster, office manager, business manager, chair.

    Ex: As head of a committee, and being recognized as such, it's perfectly all right with me if I'm called the chairman rather than the chairwoman.

    Ex: Special thanks to the ISAD Program Planning Committee, in particular its chairperson, for the conceptual organization.
    Ex: He subsequently served as chief of that Division, chief of the Serial Record Division, Assistant Director for Cataloging of the Processing Department, Director of the Processing Department, and Assistant Librarian of Processing Services.
    Ex: The chief librarian or director of libraries, by which title the post is sometimes now known, will in general be fully occupied with making decisions on internal professional policy, committee work, and administration and management in the widest sense.
    Ex: Hugh C, Atkinson, director of the University of Illinois Libraries, has consistently been in the forefront in applying automation to traditional library problems and services.
    Ex: She began her career at Central Missouri State University where she was head of the Documents Depository.
    Ex: Such hosts are more likely to be accessed by end-users such as economists and managers, than information workers.
    Ex: The author played a large part in the successful establishment of the school library when her husband became headmaster = La autora desempe√Ī√≥ un gran papel en la creaci√≥n de la biblioteca escolar cuando su esposo fue nombrado director.
    Ex: This department is headed by a general office manager who has a staff of bookkeepers, billing clerks, comptrollers, and secretaries.
    Ex: Watman wondered how the profession would react to the idea of a business manager instead of assistant.
    Ex: Once elected, the chair is responsible for maintaining discipline and ensuring that all students are treated fairly.
    * cargo de director = directorship.
    * cartas al director = letter to the editor.
    * Conferencia de Directores de Bibliotecas Nacionales (CDNL) = Conference of Directors of National Libraries (CDNL).
    * directora conjunta = co-chairperson.
    * director adjunto = assistant director, deputy director, joint director.
    * director artístico = art director.
    * director cinematogr√°fico = film director.
    * director comercial = marketing executive, chief commercial officer.
    * director conjunto = co-chairperson.
    * director de biblioteca = library director.
    * director de cine = film director.
    * director de curso = course leader.
    * director de departamento = department head.
    * director de empresa = company director.
    * director de escuela = school principal.
    * director de filial = branch head.
    * director de finanzas = finance director.
    * director de funeraria = funeral director, undertaker, mortician.
    * director de la biblioteca = head librarian.
    * director de marketing = marketing executive.
    * director de museo = curator.
    * director de operaciones = chief operating officer (COO), director for operations.
    * director de orquesta = conductor.
    * director de periódico = newspaper editor.
    * director de pompas f√ļnebres = undertaker, funeral director, mortician.
    * director de prisión = prison warden.
    * director de tesis = PhD supervisor, dissertation adviser, dissertation supervisor, thesis supervisor, thesis adviser, research supervisor.
    * director ejecutivo = executive director, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), managing director, chief executive.
    * director ejecutivo de la gestión del conocimiento = knowledge executive.
    * director, el = principal.
    * director financiero = finance director, chief financial officer.
    * director general = executive director, Director-General, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), chief executive, senior director.
    * director principal = senior director.
    * partichela de piano director, violín director, etc = piano/violin, etc. conductor part.
    * subdirector = assistant director.

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    1 (de una escuela) ( masculine) head teacher, principal ( AmE), headmaster ( BrE); ( feminine) head teacher, principal ( AmE), headmistress ( BrE); (de un periódico, una revista) editor, editor in chief; (de un hospital) administrator; (de una prisión) warden ( AmE), governor ( BrE)
    2 ( Com) (gerente) manager; (miembro de la junta directiva) director, executive
    3 ( Cin, Teatr) director
    Compuestos:
    ‚óŹ director adjunto, directora adjunta
    masculine, feminine deputy director
    ‚óŹ director/directora de divisi√≥n
    masculine, feminine divisional director
    ‚óŹ director/directora de escena
    masculine, feminine stage manager
    ‚óŹ director/directora de orquesta
    masculine, feminine conductor
    ‚óŹ director/directora de ventas
    masculine, feminine sales manager o director
    ‚óŹ director ejecutivo, directora ejecutiva
    masculine, feminine executive director
    masculine father confessor
    ‚óŹ director/directora general
    masculine, feminine (de una empresa) general manager; (de un organismo oficial) director-general
    ‚óŹ director/directora gerente
    masculine, feminine managing director
    ‚óŹ director t√©cnico, directora t√©cnica
    masculine, feminine ( AmL) head coach ( AmE), manager ( BrE)
    * * *

     

    director
    ◊ - tora sustantivo masculino, femenino

    a) ( de escuela) (m) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmaster (BrE);

    (f) head teacher, principal (AmE), headmistress (BrE);
    (de periódico, revista) editor (in chief);
    ( de hospital) administrator;
    ( de prisión) warden (AmE), governor (BrE)
    b) (Com) ( gerente) manager;

    ( miembro de junta directiva) director, executive;

    c) (Cin, Teatr) director;


    director,-ora sustantivo masculino y femenino
    1 director
    (de un colegio) head teacher, US principal
    (de un periódico) editor
    2 (de una película, musical) director
    (de orquesta) conductor
    ' director' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    achuchar
    - cineasta
    - consejera
    - consejero
    - definitivamente
    - desear
    - dirección
    - directiva
    - directivo
    - directora
    - dtor
    - entrante
    - fiscal
    - galerista
    - general
    - proyecto
    - realizador
    - realizadora
    - sazón
    - script
    - subdirector
    - subdirectora
    - adjunto
    - interino
    - jefe
    - llegar
    - secretario
    - se√Īor
    English:
    advertise
    - climax
    - conductor
    - deputy
    - director
    - dismiss
    - distrust
    - film
    - film maker
    - governor
    - head
    - headmaster
    - hook
    - manager
    - managing
    - MD
    - meeting
    - mgr
    - Postmaster General
    - president
    - principal
    - producer
    - put through
    - showman
    - stage director
    - stage manager
    - superintendent
    - act
    - ask
    - coach
    - controller
    - editor
    - editorial
    - elevate
    - funeral
    - instigation
    - managing director
    - mortician
    - movie
    - stage
    - take
    - warden
    * * *
    director, -ora nm,f
    1. [de empresa] director;
    [de hotel, hospital, banco] manager, f manageress; [de periódico] editor; [de colegio] Br headmaster, f headmistress, US principal; [de cárcel] Br governor, US warden director adjunto associate o deputy director;
    director comercial marketing manager;
    director ejecutivo executive director;
    director espiritual spiritual director;
    director financiero finance o financial director, US chief financial officer;
    director en funciones acting manager;
    director general general manager;
    director gerente managing director, chief executive, esp US chief executive officer;
    director de recursos humanos human resources manager;
    director t√©cnico [en f√ļtbol] director of football;
    director de tesis supervisor;
    director de ventas sales director o manager
    2. [de obra artística] director
    director artístico artistic director;
    director de cine movie o Br film director;
    director de circo ringmaster;
    director de escena producer, stage manager;
    director de fotografía director of photography;
    director musical musical director;
    * * *
    I adj leading
    II m, directora f
    1 de empresa manager
    2 EDU principal, Br
    head (teacher)
    3 TEA, de película director
    * * *
    1) : director, manager, head
    2) : conductor (of an orchestra)
    * * *
    1. (de cine) director
    2. (de empresa, banco) manager
    3. (de colegio) head / headteacher

    Spanish-English dictionary > director

  • 4 director adjunto

    m.
    assistant director, deputy head, deputy manager, deputy director.
    * * *
    (n.) = assistant director, deputy director, joint director
    Ex. Any member of the library staff with a minimum of a 1 year service can become a team member with the exception of the library director, assistant director and chief accountant.
    Ex. The deputy librarian or deputy director's duties are to take the place of the director in his absence, to organize the general routine of the library, to supervise the staff and to deal with matters such as interviews, appointments and resignations.
    Ex. A progress evaluation will take place twice per annum, during which the successful candidate will report to the joint directors of the appointment.
    * * *
    (n.) = assistant director, deputy director, joint director

    Ex: Any member of the library staff with a minimum of a 1 year service can become a team member with the exception of the library director, assistant director and chief accountant.

    Ex: The deputy librarian or deputy director's duties are to take the place of the director in his absence, to organize the general routine of the library, to supervise the staff and to deal with matters such as interviews, appointments and resignations.
    Ex: A progress evaluation will take place twice per annum, during which the successful candidate will report to the joint directors of the appointment.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director adjunto

  • 5 director art√≠stico

    (n.) = art director
    Ex. This specialised clientele is eclectic and ranges from novices to the most accomplished artists and includes architects, art directors, illustrators, calligraphers, craftspeople and photographers.
    * * *

    Ex: This specialised clientele is eclectic and ranges from novices to the most accomplished artists and includes architects, art directors, illustrators, calligraphers, craftspeople and photographers.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director artístico

  • 6 director cinematogr√°fico

    Ex. Film direction is an popular career option, but to be a good film director one not only needs a passion for filmmaking but also the skill for it.
    * * *

    Ex: Film direction is an popular career option, but to be a good film director one not only needs a passion for filmmaking but also the skill for it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director cinematogr√°fico

  • 7 director de biblioteca

    Ex. What is our responsibility to a fellow human being, who in this case happens to be a respected library director who is also our boss?.
    * * *

    Ex: What is our responsibility to a fellow human being, who in this case happens to be a respected library director who is also our boss?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director de biblioteca

  • 8 director de cine

    film director
    * * *
    Ex. Film direction is an popular career option, but to be a good film director one not only needs a passion for filmmaking but also the skill for it.
    * * *

    Ex: Film direction is an popular career option, but to be a good film director one not only needs a passion for filmmaking but also the skill for it.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director de cine

  • 9 director de empresa

    Ex. The ease with which the home addresses of company directors may be obtained from databases has been highlighted by the dangers faced by directors of biotechnology companies by animal rights activists.
    * * *

    Ex: The ease with which the home addresses of company directors may be obtained from databases has been highlighted by the dangers faced by directors of biotechnology companies by animal rights activists.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director de empresa

  • 10 director de finanzas

    Ex. She is quitting as finance director of the Sainsbury supermarket chain after a boardroom shake-up with a golden handshake likely to top £500000.
    * * *

    Ex: She is quitting as finance director of the Sainsbury supermarket chain after a boardroom shake-up with a golden handshake likely to top £500000.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director de finanzas

  • 11 director de funeraria

    (n.) = funeral director, undertaker, mortician
    Ex. Families need compassionate counseling and practical advice during times of grief, and funeral directors provide these services.
    Ex. Any funeral scene in a story inevitably conjures in myself memories of my childhood spent as the son of an undertaker.
    Ex. The need to replace morticians who retire or leave the occupation will account for even more job openings than employment growth.
    * * *
    (n.) = funeral director, undertaker, mortician

    Ex: Families need compassionate counseling and practical advice during times of grief, and funeral directors provide these services.

    Ex: Any funeral scene in a story inevitably conjures in myself memories of my childhood spent as the son of an undertaker.
    Ex: The need to replace morticians who retire or leave the occupation will account for even more job openings than employment growth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director de funeraria

  • 12 director de museo

    (n.) = curator
    Ex. In her previous vocation she served as curator of History at the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences and later as Assistant to the Director of Johns Hopkins University, Institute of History and Medicine.
    * * *
    (n.) = curator

    Ex: In her previous vocation she served as curator of History at the Rochester Museum of Arts and Sciences and later as Assistant to the Director of Johns Hopkins University, Institute of History and Medicine.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director de museo

  • 13 director de operaciones

    (n.) = chief operating officer (COO), director for operations
    Ex. The Internet has no president, chief operating officer, or Pope.
    Ex. The closing ceremony of the anniversary celebration included congratulatory remarks from Director for Operations Cliff Cohen.
    * * *
    (n.) = chief operating officer (COO), director for operations

    Ex: The Internet has no president, chief operating officer, or Pope.

    Ex: The closing ceremony of the anniversary celebration included congratulatory remarks from Director for Operations Cliff Cohen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director de operaciones

  • 14 director de orquesta

    * * *
    (n.) = conductor
    Ex. A piano/violin, etc. conductor part is the part of an ensemble work for a particular instrument with cues for the other instruments.
    * * *
    (n.) = conductor

    Ex: A piano/violin, etc. conductor part is the part of an ensemble work for a particular instrument with cues for the other instruments.

    * * *
    conductor

    Spanish-English dictionary > director de orquesta

  • 15 director de pompas f√ļnebres

    (n.) = undertaker, funeral director, mortician
    Ex. Any funeral scene in a story inevitably conjures in myself memories of my childhood spent as the son of an undertaker.
    Ex. Families need compassionate counseling and practical advice during times of grief, and funeral directors provide these services.
    Ex. The need to replace morticians who retire or leave the occupation will account for even more job openings than employment growth.
    * * *
    (n.) = undertaker, funeral director, mortician

    Ex: Any funeral scene in a story inevitably conjures in myself memories of my childhood spent as the son of an undertaker.

    Ex: Families need compassionate counseling and practical advice during times of grief, and funeral directors provide these services.
    Ex: The need to replace morticians who retire or leave the occupation will account for even more job openings than employment growth.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director de pompas f√ļnebres

  • 16 director ejecutivo

    m.
    executive director.
    * * *
    (n.) = executive director, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), managing director, chief executive
    Ex. 'We'll get started as soon as everyone arrives,' the executive director shook her hand and smiled graciously.
    Ex. The meeting, which defined the goals of the association, discussed membership conditions, established permanent sections (legal, educational, economic, historical and management) and elected executive officers.
    Ex. The constituent networks may have presidents and CEO's (chief executive officers), but that's a different issue; there's no single authority figure for the Internet as a whole.
    Ex. The author is former managing director of Hutchinsons.
    Ex. The author concludes that few chief executives personally use the company library and online database services.
    * * *
    (n.) = executive director, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), managing director, chief executive

    Ex: 'We'll get started as soon as everyone arrives,' the executive director shook her hand and smiled graciously.

    Ex: The meeting, which defined the goals of the association, discussed membership conditions, established permanent sections (legal, educational, economic, historical and management) and elected executive officers.
    Ex: The constituent networks may have presidents and CEO's (chief executive officers), but that's a different issue; there's no single authority figure for the Internet as a whole.
    Ex: The author is former managing director of Hutchinsons.
    Ex: The author concludes that few chief executives personally use the company library and online database services.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director ejecutivo

  • 17 director financiero

    m.
    chief financial officer, finance director, CFO.
    * * *
    (n.) = finance director, chief financial officer
    Ex. She is quitting as finance director of the Sainsbury supermarket chain after a boardroom shake-up with a golden handshake likely to top £500000.
    Ex. Niklaus Meier assumes the Chief Financial Officer's responsibilities ad interim in addition to his current position as Chief Commercial Officer.
    * * *
    (n.) = finance director, chief financial officer

    Ex: She is quitting as finance director of the Sainsbury supermarket chain after a boardroom shake-up with a golden handshake likely to top £500000.

    Ex: Niklaus Meier assumes the Chief Financial Officer's responsibilities ad interim in addition to his current position as Chief Commercial Officer.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director financiero

  • 18 director general

    m.
    general manager, director general, chief executive officer, C.O.O..
    * * *
    (n.) = executive director, Director-General, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), chief executive, senior director
    Ex. 'We'll get started as soon as everyone arrives,' the executive director shook her hand and smiled graciously.
    Ex. The work of the Statistical Office is undertaken by six directorates headed by the Director-General who is assisted by a secretariat.
    Ex. The meeting, which defined the goals of the association, discussed membership conditions, established permanent sections (legal, educational, economic, historical and management) and elected executive officers.
    Ex. The constituent networks may have presidents and CEO's (chief executive officers), but that's a different issue; there's no single authority figure for the Internet as a whole.
    Ex. The author concludes that few chief executives personally use the company library and online database services.
    Ex. Senior directors earn absurdly more than the other workers in their business.
    * * *
    (n.) = executive director, Director-General, executive officer, chief executive officer (CEO), chief executive, senior director

    Ex: 'We'll get started as soon as everyone arrives,' the executive director shook her hand and smiled graciously.

    Ex: The work of the Statistical Office is undertaken by six directorates headed by the Director-General who is assisted by a secretariat.
    Ex: The meeting, which defined the goals of the association, discussed membership conditions, established permanent sections (legal, educational, economic, historical and management) and elected executive officers.
    Ex: The constituent networks may have presidents and CEO's (chief executive officers), but that's a different issue; there's no single authority figure for the Internet as a whole.
    Ex: The author concludes that few chief executives personally use the company library and online database services.
    Ex: Senior directors earn absurdly more than the other workers in their business.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director general

  • 19 director principal

    Ex. Senior directors earn absurdly more than the other workers in their business.
    * * *

    Ex: Senior directors earn absurdly more than the other workers in their business.

    Spanish-English dictionary > director principal

  • 20 incremento

    m.
    1 increase.
    2 increment, build-up, increase, augmentation.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: incrementar.
    * * *
    1 increase, rise
    \
    incremento salarial wage rise, US raise
    * * *
    SM [de conocimiento] increase, gain; [de precio, sueldo, productividad] increase, rise
    * * *
    masculino (frml) increase
    * * *
    = increase, increment, rise, tide, blossoming, augmentation, increase in numbers, growth in number, surge, jump, upswing, widening, mark-up [markup].
    Ex. The term you have chosen indicates an increase in specificity, since it is one of the members of the group described by the basic term.
    Ex. The volume increment gives information about the numbering scheme for volumes.
    Ex. The rapid rise of computer literacy in the world has led to a demand for the easy availability of many kinds of information.
    Ex. What has happened is that yet another institution has so overlapped with our own that we are being swept along on the tide of the technological revolution.
    Ex. There has been a blossoming in new consumer health information services.
    Ex. If the budget will not permit staff augmentation, then the reference librarian must help the department head to make the most of available resources.
    Ex. The present increase in numbers of overseas students in Australia tertiary institutions has implications for libraries.
    Ex. The growth in number of national, regional and international agricultural organisations has resulted in a vast output of scientific and technical literature, issued in a wide variety of forms.
    Ex. The Internet is also creating a new surge of interest in information in all forms, and a revitalized interest in reading.
    Ex. One of these proposals, a large jump in the dues for students and retired members, was watered down before finally being passed.
    Ex. The author discusses the current upswing in paperback sales of children's books in the USA and the slump in hardback sales.
    Ex. Despite growth in export volume in recent years, there has been a widening of the national current account deficit from 8.8% to over 20%.
    Ex. Customers will be charged either a mark-up or a mark-down, depending on whether they are buying or selling.
    ----
    * incremento de = increased.
    * incremento de la demanda = increased demand.
    * incremento de la producción = increased production.
    * incremento del salto = jump increment.
    * incremento del uso = increased use.
    * incremento notable = rising tide.
    * incremento presupuestario = budget increase.
    * incremento salarial = salary increase.
    * por incremento gradual = incremental.
    * por incrementos graduales = incrementally.
    * * *
    masculino (frml) increase
    * * *
    = increase, increment, rise, tide, blossoming, augmentation, increase in numbers, growth in number, surge, jump, upswing, widening, mark-up [markup].

    Ex: The term you have chosen indicates an increase in specificity, since it is one of the members of the group described by the basic term.

    Ex: The volume increment gives information about the numbering scheme for volumes.
    Ex: The rapid rise of computer literacy in the world has led to a demand for the easy availability of many kinds of information.
    Ex: What has happened is that yet another institution has so overlapped with our own that we are being swept along on the tide of the technological revolution.
    Ex: There has been a blossoming in new consumer health information services.
    Ex: If the budget will not permit staff augmentation, then the reference librarian must help the department head to make the most of available resources.
    Ex: The present increase in numbers of overseas students in Australia tertiary institutions has implications for libraries.
    Ex: The growth in number of national, regional and international agricultural organisations has resulted in a vast output of scientific and technical literature, issued in a wide variety of forms.
    Ex: The Internet is also creating a new surge of interest in information in all forms, and a revitalized interest in reading.
    Ex: One of these proposals, a large jump in the dues for students and retired members, was watered down before finally being passed.
    Ex: The author discusses the current upswing in paperback sales of children's books in the USA and the slump in hardback sales.
    Ex: Despite growth in export volume in recent years, there has been a widening of the national current account deficit from 8.8% to over 20%.
    Ex: Customers will be charged either a mark-up or a mark-down, depending on whether they are buying or selling.
    * incremento de = increased.
    * incremento de la demanda = increased demand.
    * incremento de la producción = increased production.
    * incremento del salto = jump increment.
    * incremento del uso = increased use.
    * incremento notable = rising tide.
    * incremento presupuestario = budget increase.
    * incremento salarial = salary increase.
    * por incremento gradual = incremental.
    * por incrementos graduales = incrementally.

    * * *
    ( frml)
    (aumento) increase; (del salario) increase, increment
    * * *

     

    Del verbo incrementar: ( conjugate incrementar)

    incremento es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    incrementó es:

    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo

    Multiple Entries:
    incrementar    
    incremento
    incrementar ( conjugate incrementar) verbo transitivo (frml) to increase
    incremento sustantivo masculino (frml) increase
    incrementar verbo transitivo to increase
    incremento sustantivo masculino increase, growth
    incremento salarial, wage rise
    ' incremento' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    subida
    - aumento
    - multiplicación
    English:
    increase
    - increment
    - rise
    * * *
    [de precios, salario] increase, rise; [de actividad] increase; [de temperatura] rise incremento porcentual percentage increase
    * * *
    m growth
    * * *
    aumento: increase

    Spanish-English dictionary > incremento

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