Translation: from spanish to english

annexure

  • 1 anexo

    adj.
    annexed, incorporated, ancillary, joined.
    m.
    1 annex, rider, add-on, annexe.
    2 extension, addition, wing.
    pres.indicat.
    1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: anexar.
    * * *
    1 adjoining, attached (a, to)
    1 annexe (US annex)
    ————————
    1 annexe (US annex)
    * * *
    1. noun m. 2. (f. - anexa)
    adj.
    attached, enclosed
    * * *
    1.
    ADJ (=anejo) attached; [en carta] enclosed

    llevar o algo anexo, tener algo anexo — to have sth attached

    anexo a la presente... — Méx please find enclosed...

    2.
    SM (Arquit) annexe; (Rel) dependency; [de carta] enclosure
    * * *
    I
    - xa adjetivo
    a) <edificio/local> joined, annexed
    b) < cláusula> added, appended (frml); < documento> ( en informe) attached; ( en carta) enclosed
    II
    a) ( edificio) annex*
    b) ( documento - en informe) appendix; (- en carta) enclosure

    anexos — enc., enclosures

    c) (Chi) ( del teléfono) extension
    * * *
    = accompanying, annex, extension, annexure, outhouse, ancillary.
    Ex. A summary differs from an abstract in that it assumes that the reader will have the opportunity to peruse the accompanying text.
    Ex. The matter complementary to the main text, placed at the end of a document and containing notes, statistical tables or other information is known as annex or appendix.
    Ex. Enter a separately published protocol, amendment, extension, or other agreement ancillary to a treaty, etc., under the heading for the basic agreement.
    Ex. An annexure reviews electronic journals available free of cost.
    Ex. The author identifies the various types of material which might be relegated to outhouse facilities.
    Ex. A number of ancillary factors about the development of knowledge can be examined such as the extent of self-citation and the evolution of concepts.
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    * almacenar en un edificio anexo = outhouse.
    * cobertizo anexo = outhouse.
    * dependencia anexa = outhouse.
    * edificio anexo = outbuilding.
    * * *
    I
    - xa adjetivo
    a) <edificio/local> joined, annexed
    b) < cláusula> added, appended (frml); < documento> ( en informe) attached; ( en carta) enclosed
    II
    a) ( edificio) annex*
    b) ( documento - en informe) appendix; (- en carta) enclosure

    anexos — enc., enclosures

    c) (Chi) ( del teléfono) extension
    * * *
    = accompanying, annex, extension, annexure, outhouse, ancillary.

    Ex: A summary differs from an abstract in that it assumes that the reader will have the opportunity to peruse the accompanying text.

    Ex: The matter complementary to the main text, placed at the end of a document and containing notes, statistical tables or other information is known as annex or appendix.
    Ex: Enter a separately published protocol, amendment, extension, or other agreement ancillary to a treaty, etc., under the heading for the basic agreement.
    Ex: An annexure reviews electronic journals available free of cost.
    Ex: The author identifies the various types of material which might be relegated to outhouse facilities.
    Ex: A number of ancillary factors about the development of knowledge can be examined such as the extent of self-citation and the evolution of concepts.
    * almacenar en un edificio anexo = outhouse.
    * cobertizo anexo = outhouse.
    * dependencia anexa = outhouse.
    * edificio anexo = outbuilding.

    * * *
    anexo1 -xa
    1 ‹edificio/local› joined, annexed
    2 ‹cláusula› added, appended ( frml) ‹documento› (en un informe) attached; (en una carta) enclosed
    1 (edificio) annex*
    2 (documentoen un informe) appendix, attached document ( o certificate etc); (— en una carta) enclosure, enclosed document ( o certificate etc)
    [ S ] anexos enc., enclosures
    3 (Chi, Per) (del teléfono) extension
    * * *

     

    Del verbo anexar: ( conjugate anexar)

    anexo es:

    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    anexó es:

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

    Multiple Entries:
    anexar    
    anexo
    anexo 1
    ◊ -xa adjetivo

    a)edificio/local joined, annexed

    b) cláusula added, appended (frml);

    documento› ( en informe) attached;
    ( en carta) enclosed
    anexo 2 sustantivo masculino
    a) ( edificio) annex( conjugate annex)


    (— en carta) enclosure

    anexo,-a
    I adjetivo attached, joined [a, to]: ver documento anexo, see attached document
    II sustantivo masculino annexe: la consulta de pediatría está en el anexo del hospital, the pediatric office is in the hospital annexe
    ' anexo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    anexa
    English:
    annexe
    - attachment
    - extension
    - rider
    - annex
    - enc
    * * *
    anexo, -a
    adj
    1. [edificio] connected (a to)
    2. [documento] attached (a to);
    las cifras figuran en la lista anexa the figures may be found on the attached list
    nm
    1. [edificio] annexe;
    se vende casa de campo con todos sus anexos farmhouse for sale with all its outhouses
    2. [libro] appendix
    3. Anat
    anexos adnexa
    * * *
    I adj attached
    II m edificio annex, Br
    annexe
    * * *
    anexo, -xa adj
    : attached, joined, annexed
    anexo nm
    1) : annex
    2) : supplement (to a book), appendix

    Spanish-English dictionary > anexo

  • 2 gratis

    adj.
    free, free of charge, give-away, costless.
    adv.
    free, for nothing.
    ser gratis to be free
    me salió gratis el viaje the journey didn't cost me anything
    * * *
    1 free
    * * *
    adj.
    * * *
    1.
    ADV free, for nothing

    de gratis LAm gratis

    2.
    ADJ free
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo free
    II
    adverbio free
    * * *
    = free, freely, free of charge, giveaway [give-away], gratis, complimentary, without charge, pro bono, at no cost, no cost(s), free of cost, cost free, freebie, for free, without cost, freely available, costless, free for the taking, at no charge, on a complimentary basis.
    Ex. Late in 1986, the Medical Library took advantage of Cambridge Scientific Abstracts' free trial offer of its compact Medline on CD-ROM.
    Ex. The imposition of fee-based services may radically curtail the breadth of resources available to library users where historically information has been offered freely.
    Ex. Law centres employ qualified lawyers and they receive a waiver from the Law Society that allows them to provide their services free of charge.
    Ex. HUD publications range from give-away pamphlets to multi-volume research tomes = Las publicaciones HUD van desde los folletos gratuitos a tomos de investigaciones en varios volúmenes.
    Ex. Answers were obtained from 102 centres, 1/2 of which provide information services gratis, but some charges for photocopying.
    Ex. This is a classified, annotated guide to magazines which fall into the general category of house magazines available to libraries on a complimentary basis.
    Ex. There is a drop-in centre with a fully equipped sound recording studio and video editing suite offering guitar tuition and rehearsal space to local teenagers without charge.
    Ex. Pro bono work should be a part of professional duty, not looked on as a charitable act = El trabajo desinteresado debería formar parte de los deberes profesionales y no considerarse como un acto caritativo.
    Ex. Some commercial information providers are giving away a little information at no cost in order to attract customers onto the system.
    Ex. Respondents who preferred CD-ROM searching did so because they liked doing their own searches and the fact that there were no costs involved.
    Ex. An annexure reviews electronic journals available free of cost.
    Ex. In an attempt to overcome this problem, a group of small health related libraries responded by forming a cost free cooperative called GRATIS in 1982.
    Ex. The article 'Professional reference service with ' freebie' librarians' discusses the free online reference service offered by the Internet Public Library.
    Ex. In addition, most or all of the contents of the resources listed are available for free.
    Ex. The author looks at how 'free' information really is and whether we can continue to expect high quality information to be available without cost.
    Ex. Thus, resources should be freely available, or at the very last charge only nominal fees for their use.
    Ex. Another property of DSMA protocols is a provision for a graceful dynamic reconfiguration and costless protocol recovery after a lost token.
    Ex. The short answer of course is 'yes,' simply because we now live in a world where these resources are expected to be there, and many expect them to be there free for the taking.
    Ex. This latest move makes available at no charge more than 150 electronic publications for which fees were previously charged.
    Ex. Mountain bikes are available on a complimentary basis for guests who wish to explore the scenic north coast of the island.
    ----
    * billete gratis = free ticket.
    * de forma gratis = on a complimentary basis.
    * de pago o gratis = fee or free, fee versus free.
    * entrada gratis = free ticket.
    * nada es gratis = nothing comes without a cost.
    * nada es gratis en la viña del Señor = there is no such thing as a free lunch, there is no such thing as a free ride.
    * obtener gratis = obtain + free.
    * recibir gratis = get + free.
    * servicio gratis = frill.
    * * *
    I
    adjetivo free
    II
    adverbio free
    * * *
    = free, freely, free of charge, giveaway [give-away], gratis, complimentary, without charge, pro bono, at no cost, no cost(s), free of cost, cost free, freebie, for free, without cost, freely available, costless, free for the taking, at no charge, on a complimentary basis.

    Ex: Late in 1986, the Medical Library took advantage of Cambridge Scientific Abstracts' free trial offer of its compact Medline on CD-ROM.

    Ex: The imposition of fee-based services may radically curtail the breadth of resources available to library users where historically information has been offered freely.
    Ex: Law centres employ qualified lawyers and they receive a waiver from the Law Society that allows them to provide their services free of charge.
    Ex: HUD publications range from give-away pamphlets to multi-volume research tomes = Las publicaciones HUD van desde los folletos gratuitos a tomos de investigaciones en varios volúmenes.
    Ex: Answers were obtained from 102 centres, 1/2 of which provide information services gratis, but some charges for photocopying.
    Ex: This is a classified, annotated guide to magazines which fall into the general category of house magazines available to libraries on a complimentary basis.
    Ex: There is a drop-in centre with a fully equipped sound recording studio and video editing suite offering guitar tuition and rehearsal space to local teenagers without charge.
    Ex: Pro bono work should be a part of professional duty, not looked on as a charitable act = El trabajo desinteresado debería formar parte de los deberes profesionales y no considerarse como un acto caritativo.
    Ex: Some commercial information providers are giving away a little information at no cost in order to attract customers onto the system.
    Ex: Respondents who preferred CD-ROM searching did so because they liked doing their own searches and the fact that there were no costs involved.
    Ex: An annexure reviews electronic journals available free of cost.
    Ex: In an attempt to overcome this problem, a group of small health related libraries responded by forming a cost free cooperative called GRATIS in 1982.
    Ex: The article 'Professional reference service with ' freebie' librarians' discusses the free online reference service offered by the Internet Public Library.
    Ex: In addition, most or all of the contents of the resources listed are available for free.
    Ex: The author looks at how 'free' information really is and whether we can continue to expect high quality information to be available without cost.
    Ex: Thus, resources should be freely available, or at the very last charge only nominal fees for their use.
    Ex: Another property of DSMA protocols is a provision for a graceful dynamic reconfiguration and costless protocol recovery after a lost token.
    Ex: The short answer of course is 'yes,' simply because we now live in a world where these resources are expected to be there, and many expect them to be there free for the taking.
    Ex: This latest move makes available at no charge more than 150 electronic publications for which fees were previously charged.
    Ex: Mountain bikes are available on a complimentary basis for guests who wish to explore the scenic north coast of the island.
    * billete gratis = free ticket.
    * de forma gratis = on a complimentary basis.
    * de pago o gratis = fee or free, fee versus free.
    * entrada gratis = free ticket.
    * nada es gratis = nothing comes without a cost.
    * nada es gratis en la viña del Señor = there is no such thing as a free lunch, there is no such thing as a free ride.
    * obtener gratis = obtain + free.
    * recibir gratis = get + free.
    * servicio gratis = frill.

    * * *
    free
    la entrada es gratis entrance is free
    este folleto es gratis this brochure is free (of charge) o gratis
    free
    me lo arregló gratis he fixed it for me free
    entramos gratis we got in free o for nothing
    * * *

     

    gratis adj/adv
    free;

    entramos gratis we got in free o for nothing
    gratis
    I adv inv free: le salió gratis la matrícula, his registration was free
    II adjetivo free: hay un billete gratis para ir al cine, we have a free ticket for the movies

    ' gratis' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    balde
    - gratuidad
    - gratuita
    - gratuito
    - pesetera
    - pesetero
    English:
    bonus
    - charge
    - complimentary
    - delivery
    - free
    - mooch
    - nothing
    - toll-free
    - wangle
    * * *
    adj inv
    free;
    ser gratis to be free;
    entrada gratis [en letrero] entrance free
    adv
    (for) free, for nothing;
    entré gratis al concierto I got into the concert (for) free o for nothing;
    me salió gratis el viaje the journey didn't cost me anything
    * * *
    adj & adv free
    * * *
    gratis adv
    gratuitamente: free, for free, gratis
    gratis adj
    gratuito: free, gratis
    * * *
    gratis adv
    1. (sin pagar) free
    2. (sin cobrar) for nothing

    Spanish-English dictionary > gratis

  • 3 gratuito1

    = free, free of charge, giveaway [give-away], gratuitous, toll-free, complimentary, freebie, out of the goodness of + Posesivo + heart, freely available, costless, free for the taking, free of cost, no cost(s), on a complimentary basis.
    Ex. Late in 1986, the Medical Library took advantage of Cambridge Scientific Abstracts' free trial offer of its compact Medline on CD-ROM.
    Ex. Law centres employ qualified lawyers and they receive a waiver from the Law Society that allows them to provide their services free of charge.
    Ex. HUD publications range from give-away pamphlets to multi-volume research tomes = Las publicaciones HUD van desde los folletos gratuitos a tomos de investigaciones en varios volúmenes.
    Ex. It is the institutions' general practice to grant gratuitous permissions for photocopying except where substantial quantities of matter are involved.
    Ex. For access and price information concerning the electronic version of Everyman's, contact Dialog Information Services, Inc. 3460 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304 or telephone toll-free 1-800-227-1927 (outside California).
    Ex. This is a classified, annotated guide to magazines which fall into the general category of house magazines available to libraries on a complimentary basis.
    Ex. The article 'Professional reference service with ' freebie' librarians' discusses the free online reference service offered by the Internet Public Library.
    Ex. Thus, resources should be freely available, or at the very last charge only nominal fees for their use.
    Ex. Another property of DSMA protocols is a provision for a graceful dynamic reconfiguration and costless protocol recovery after a lost token.
    Ex. The short answer of course is 'yes,' simply because we now live in a world where these resources are expected to be there, and many expect them to be there free for the taking.
    Ex. An annexure reviews electronic journals available free of cost.
    Ex. Respondents who preferred CD-ROM searching did so because they liked doing their own searches and the fact that there were no costs involved.
    Ex. Mountain bikes are available on a complimentary basis for guests who wish to explore the scenic north coast of the island.
    ----
    * adquisición gratuita = free acquisition.
    * de forma gratuita = on a complimentary basis.
    * de modo gratuito = on a complimentary basis.
    * ejemplar gratuito = gift copy.
    * entrada gratuita = free ticket.
    * llamada gratuita = toll-free.
    * nada en la vida es gratuito = you cannot make an omelette without breaking eggs.
    * número de teléfono de llamada gratuita = toll free telephone number, toll-free number.
    * publicación gratuita = free publication.

    Spanish-English dictionary > gratuito1

  • 4 sin coste alguno

    = at no personal cost, at no cost, without cost, costless, without charge, free of charge, free of cost, cost free, for free, at no charge
    Ex. In this way 15-20 persons can attend both the Pre-Session Seminar and the General Conference annually at no personal cost.
    Ex. Some commercial information providers are giving away a little information at no cost in order to attract customers onto the system.
    Ex. The author looks at how 'free' information really is and whether we can continue to expect high quality information to be available without cost.
    Ex. Another property of DSMA protocols is a provision for a graceful dynamic reconfiguration and costless protocol recovery after a lost token.
    Ex. There is a drop-in centre with a fully equipped sound recording studio and video editing suite offering guitar tuition and rehearsal space to local teenagers without charge.
    Ex. Law centres employ qualified lawyers and they receive a waiver from the Law Society that allows them to provide their services free of charge.
    Ex. An annexure reviews electronic journals available free of cost.
    Ex. In an attempt to overcome this problem, a group of small health related libraries responded by forming a cost free cooperative called GRATIS in 1982.
    Ex. In addition, most or all of the contents of the resources listed are available for free.
    Ex. This latest move makes available at no charge more than 150 electronic publications for which fees were previously charged.
    * * *
    = at no personal cost, at no cost, without cost, costless, without charge, free of charge, free of cost, cost free, for free, at no charge

    Ex: In this way 15-20 persons can attend both the Pre-Session Seminar and the General Conference annually at no personal cost.

    Ex: Some commercial information providers are giving away a little information at no cost in order to attract customers onto the system.
    Ex: The author looks at how 'free' information really is and whether we can continue to expect high quality information to be available without cost.
    Ex: Another property of DSMA protocols is a provision for a graceful dynamic reconfiguration and costless protocol recovery after a lost token.
    Ex: There is a drop-in centre with a fully equipped sound recording studio and video editing suite offering guitar tuition and rehearsal space to local teenagers without charge.
    Ex: Law centres employ qualified lawyers and they receive a waiver from the Law Society that allows them to provide their services free of charge.
    Ex: An annexure reviews electronic journals available free of cost.
    Ex: In an attempt to overcome this problem, a group of small health related libraries responded by forming a cost free cooperative called GRATIS in 1982.
    Ex: In addition, most or all of the contents of the resources listed are available for free.
    Ex: This latest move makes available at no charge more than 150 electronic publications for which fees were previously charged.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin coste alguno

  • 5 sin ningún coste

    = without charge, free of charge, at no cost, free of cost, cost free, for free, costless, at no charge
    Ex. There is a drop-in centre with a fully equipped sound recording studio and video editing suite offering guitar tuition and rehearsal space to local teenagers without charge.
    Ex. Law centres employ qualified lawyers and they receive a waiver from the Law Society that allows them to provide their services free of charge.
    Ex. Some commercial information providers are giving away a little information at no cost in order to attract customers onto the system.
    Ex. An annexure reviews electronic journals available free of cost.
    Ex. In an attempt to overcome this problem, a group of small health related libraries responded by forming a cost free cooperative called GRATIS in 1982.
    Ex. In addition, most or all of the contents of the resources listed are available for free.
    Ex. Another property of DSMA protocols is a provision for a graceful dynamic reconfiguration and costless protocol recovery after a lost token.
    Ex. This latest move makes available at no charge more than 150 electronic publications for which fees were previously charged.
    * * *
    = without charge, free of charge, at no cost, free of cost, cost free, for free, costless, at no charge

    Ex: There is a drop-in centre with a fully equipped sound recording studio and video editing suite offering guitar tuition and rehearsal space to local teenagers without charge.

    Ex: Law centres employ qualified lawyers and they receive a waiver from the Law Society that allows them to provide their services free of charge.
    Ex: Some commercial information providers are giving away a little information at no cost in order to attract customers onto the system.
    Ex: An annexure reviews electronic journals available free of cost.
    Ex: In an attempt to overcome this problem, a group of small health related libraries responded by forming a cost free cooperative called GRATIS in 1982.
    Ex: In addition, most or all of the contents of the resources listed are available for free.
    Ex: Another property of DSMA protocols is a provision for a graceful dynamic reconfiguration and costless protocol recovery after a lost token.
    Ex: This latest move makes available at no charge more than 150 electronic publications for which fees were previously charged.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sin ningún coste

  • 6 gratuito

    adj.
    1 free, free of charge, gratis, gratuitous.
    Un insulto sin causa aparente.. A gratuitous insult.
    2 gratuitous.
    Un insulto sin causa aparente.. A gratuitous insult.
    * * *
    1 (de balde) free
    2 (sin fundamento) arbitrary, gratuitous
    * * *
    (f. - gratuita)
    adj.
    * * *
    ADJ
    1) (=gratis) free, free of charge
    2) [comentario] gratuitous, uncalled-for; [acusación] unfounded, unjustified
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) ( gratis) free
    b) ( infundado) < afirmaciones> unwarranted; < insulto> gratuitous
    * * *
    - ta adjetivo
    a) ( gratis) free
    b) ( infundado) < afirmaciones> unwarranted; < insulto> gratuitous
    * * *
    gratuito1
    = free, free of charge, giveaway [give-away], gratuitous, toll-free, complimentary, freebie, out of the goodness of + Posesivo + heart, freely available, costless, free for the taking, free of cost, no cost(s), on a complimentary basis.

    Ex: Late in 1986, the Medical Library took advantage of Cambridge Scientific Abstracts' free trial offer of its compact Medline on CD-ROM.

    Ex: Law centres employ qualified lawyers and they receive a waiver from the Law Society that allows them to provide their services free of charge.
    Ex: HUD publications range from give-away pamphlets to multi-volume research tomes = Las publicaciones HUD van desde los folletos gratuitos a tomos de investigaciones en varios volúmenes.
    Ex: It is the institutions' general practice to grant gratuitous permissions for photocopying except where substantial quantities of matter are involved.
    Ex: For access and price information concerning the electronic version of Everyman's, contact Dialog Information Services, Inc. 3460 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, CA 94304 or telephone toll-free 1-800-227-1927 (outside California).
    Ex: This is a classified, annotated guide to magazines which fall into the general category of house magazines available to libraries on a complimentary basis.
    Ex: The article 'Professional reference service with ' freebie' librarians' discusses the free online reference service offered by the Internet Public Library.
    Ex: Thus, resources should be freely available, or at the very last charge only nominal fees for their use.
    Ex: Another property of DSMA protocols is a provision for a graceful dynamic reconfiguration and costless protocol recovery after a lost token.
    Ex: The short answer of course is 'yes,' simply because we now live in a world where these resources are expected to be there, and many expect them to be there free for the taking.
    Ex: An annexure reviews electronic journals available free of cost.
    Ex: Respondents who preferred CD-ROM searching did so because they liked doing their own searches and the fact that there were no costs involved.
    Ex: Mountain bikes are available on a complimentary basis for guests who wish to explore the scenic north coast of the island.
    * adquisición gratuita = free acquisition.
    * de forma gratuita = on a complimentary basis.
    * de modo gratuito = on a complimentary basis.
    * ejemplar gratuito = gift copy.
    * entrada gratuita = free ticket.
    * llamada gratuita = toll-free.
    * nada en la vida es gratuito = you cannot make an omelette without breaking eggs.
    * número de teléfono de llamada gratuita = toll free telephone number, toll-free number.
    * publicación gratuita = free publication.

    gratuito2
    2 = wanton, gratuitous.

    Ex: The book focuses on images where hideous atrocities -- e.g., murder, blasphemy, wanton destruction and even cannibalism -- are shown to be part of the daily life of the common people of Paris during the revolution.

    Ex: However, most librarians do not have the training for counseling and should avoid gratuitous tampering with the lives of library patrons.
    * a título gratuito = gratuitous.

    * * *
    1 (gratis) free
    asistencia médica gratuita free medical care
    2 ‹afirmaciones› unwarranted
    * * *

     

    gratuito
    ◊ -ta adjetivo

    a) ( gratis) free


    insulto gratuitous
    gratuito,-a adjetivo
    1 (gratis) free (of charge)
    aparcamiento gratuito, free parking
    2 (sin justificación, sin fundamento) gratuitous
    una medida gratuita, a gratuitous measure
    ' gratuito' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    gratuita
    English:
    free
    - gratuitous
    - toll-free
    - wanton
    - toll
    * * *
    gratuito, -a adj
    1. [gratis] free
    2. [arbitrario] gratuitous;
    [infundado] unfair, uncalled for;
    violencia gratuita gratuitous violence
    * * *
    adj free;
    ser gratuito fig be gratuitous
    * * *
    gratuito, -ta adj
    1) : gratuitous, unwarranted
    2) gratis: free, gratis
    * * *
    gratuito adj free

    Spanish-English dictionary > gratuito

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