Translation: from spanish

I had

  • 1 prestar atención

    v.
    to pay attention, to take notice, to give attention, to heed.
    María se fijó muy bien Mary paid attention very well.
    * * *
    to pay attention (a, to)
    * * *
    * * *
    (n.) = follow up, heed, receive + attention, mind, devote + attention, pay + heed, take + notice, give + (some) thought to, follow through, look out for, lend + an ear, prick (up) + Posesivo + ears, Posesivo + antennas + go up
    Ex. Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.
    Ex. Such variations also make it difficult for a cataloguer inserting a new heading for local use to discern the principles which should be heeded in the construction of such a heading.
    Ex. The formation of mould on paper and book-bindings is a long-standing problem, the nature of which has received little attention.
    Ex. They see people as marked by one particular attribute, cleverness, or kindness, or strictness, or being a good shot, and they mind whether things are right or wrong.
    Ex. The cataloger, by being relieved of the onerous clerical burden of reorganizing the catalog, is free to devote professional attention to making the catalog a more responsive and useful tool.
    Ex. Unless we believe we can do all this unaided, then we had better pay heed to literature.
    Ex. Successful displays depend on two main ingredients: selection from the vast number of possible titles; and attractive layout, so that people will take notice of the books and want to know more about them.
    Ex. I encourage the reader to give thought to the longer case studies that have appeared in the library press.
    Ex. The approach used is to follow through the decision making processes which underpin the successful introduction of any service.
    Ex. Panellists presented the criteria they adopted and features they looked out for when selecting a library automation system.
    Ex. Secondly, the teacher should just ' lend an ear' and not actively take part in the discussion.
    Ex. The dog sat at the bedside, now eyeing his master with a wistful look, and now pricking his ears, and uttering a low growl.
    Ex. As lesbians, our antennas went up, and we wondered why this guy wanted to know how many bedrooms we had.
    * * *
    (n.) = follow up, heed, receive + attention, mind, devote + attention, pay + heed, take + notice, give + (some) thought to, follow through, look out for, lend + an ear, prick (up) + Posesivo + ears, Posesivo + antennas + go up

    Ex: Both the original production and revision of STC spawned a large crop of such items which are worth following up.

    Ex: Such variations also make it difficult for a cataloguer inserting a new heading for local use to discern the principles which should be heeded in the construction of such a heading.
    Ex: The formation of mould on paper and book-bindings is a long-standing problem, the nature of which has received little attention.
    Ex: They see people as marked by one particular attribute, cleverness, or kindness, or strictness, or being a good shot, and they mind whether things are right or wrong.
    Ex: The cataloger, by being relieved of the onerous clerical burden of reorganizing the catalog, is free to devote professional attention to making the catalog a more responsive and useful tool.
    Ex: Unless we believe we can do all this unaided, then we had better pay heed to literature.
    Ex: Successful displays depend on two main ingredients: selection from the vast number of possible titles; and attractive layout, so that people will take notice of the books and want to know more about them.
    Ex: I encourage the reader to give thought to the longer case studies that have appeared in the library press.
    Ex: The approach used is to follow through the decision making processes which underpin the successful introduction of any service.
    Ex: Panellists presented the criteria they adopted and features they looked out for when selecting a library automation system.
    Ex: Secondly, the teacher should just ' lend an ear' and not actively take part in the discussion.
    Ex: The dog sat at the bedside, now eyeing his master with a wistful look, and now pricking his ears, and uttering a low growl.
    Ex: As lesbians, our antennas went up, and we wondered why this guy wanted to know how many bedrooms we had.

    Spanish-English dictionary > prestar atención

  • 2 aboma

    m
    zool. hroznýš (had)
    zool. krajta guayanská (had)
    zool. python (had)

    Diccionario español-checo > aboma

  • 3 aguzar el oído

    to prick up one's ears
    * * *
    (n.) = prick (up) + Posesivo + ears, Posesivo + antennas + go up
    Ex. The dog sat at the bedside, now eyeing his master with a wistful look, and now pricking his ears, and uttering a low growl.
    Ex. As lesbians, our antennas went up, and we wondered why this guy wanted to know how many bedrooms we had.
    * * *
    (n.) = prick (up) + Posesivo + ears, Posesivo + antennas + go up

    Ex: The dog sat at the bedside, now eyeing his master with a wistful look, and now pricking his ears, and uttering a low growl.

    Ex: As lesbians, our antennas went up, and we wondered why this guy wanted to know how many bedrooms we had.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aguzar el oído

  • 4 buena oferta

    (n.) = good deal
    Ex. We're heading into one of the biggest travel weekends of the year and experts say there are some good deals to be had.
    * * *
    (n.) = good deal

    Ex: We're heading into one of the biggest travel weekends of the year and experts say there are some good deals to be had.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buena oferta

  • 5 poner las antenas

    (n.) = prick (up) + Posesivo + ears, Posesivo + antennas + go up
    Ex. The dog sat at the bedside, now eyeing his master with a wistful look, and now pricking his ears, and uttering a low growl.
    Ex. As lesbians, our antennas went up, and we wondered why this guy wanted to know how many bedrooms we had.
    * * *
    (n.) = prick (up) + Posesivo + ears, Posesivo + antennas + go up

    Ex: The dog sat at the bedside, now eyeing his master with a wistful look, and now pricking his ears, and uttering a low growl.

    Ex: As lesbians, our antennas went up, and we wondered why this guy wanted to know how many bedrooms we had.

    Spanish-English dictionary > poner las antenas

  • 6 ampalagua

    f
    Ar zool. boa (had)
    Ar zool. hroznýš královský (had)

    Diccionario español-checo > ampalagua

  • 7 coralillo

    m
    Cu bot. korálový keř
    zool. had korálový
    zool. korálovec (had)

    Diccionario español-checo > coralillo

  • 8 majá

    f
    • fešanda
    * * *
    mf
    Cu zool. hroznýšovec (had)
    Cu zool. korálovec (had)

    Diccionario español-checo > majá

  • 9 yarará

    mf
    Am zool. křovák (jedovatý had)
    Am zool. žararaka (jedovatý had)

    Diccionario español-checo > yarará

  • 10 ¡las ganas!

    *you'll wish you had!

    Spanish-English dictionary > ¡las ganas!

  • 11 ¡que me quiten lo bailado o bailao! *

    Spanish-English dictionary > ¡que me quiten lo bailado o bailao! *

  • 12 me han estafado

    familiar I've been done, I've been had

    Spanish-English dictionary > me han estafado

  • 13 no aguanto más

    • I've had it

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > no aguanto más

  • 14 no doy más

    • I've had it

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > no doy más

  • 15 por lo menos Usted

    • at least you
    • you dumb ass
    • you have been had

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > por lo menos Usted

  • 16 ser estafado

    • be cheated
    • be deceived
    • be had

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > ser estafado

  • 17 tener muchas agallas

    • have control
    • have dealings
    • have guests
    • have had it

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > tener muchas agallas

  • 18 bejuca

    f
    Co zool. bičovka (had)

    Diccionario español-checo > bejuca

  • 19 bejuquilla

    f
    zool. bičovka (had)

    Diccionario español-checo > bejuquilla

  • 20 colubriforme

    zool. hadovitý
    * * *
    zool. jako had

    Diccionario español-checo > colubriforme

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