Translation: from spanish

as can be seen

  • 1 contemplarse

    • can be seen

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > contemplarse

  • 2 deslumbrador1

    Ex. Between the blinding light of day and the dark of night, there is a strip of twilight on the globe where colorful details in the atmosphere can be seen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > deslumbrador1

  • 3 deslumbrante1

    1 = glittering, blinding.
    Ex. The article 'The glittering prizes' likens book prizes to a contemporary form of patronage.
    Ex. Between the blinding light of day and the dark of night, there is a strip of twilight on the globe where colorful details in the atmosphere can be seen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > deslumbrante1

  • 4 medidas correctivas

    f.pl.
    corrective actions, remedial measures, remedial action.
    * * *
    (n.) = corrective action, remedial action
    Ex. Furthermore, if the library 's governance system is guilty of poor performance, it is more difficult to induce corrective action from a committee than from one person, who can be more easily removed for just cause.
    Ex. Although there is some evidence to show that remedial action is growing, its effectiveness remains to be seen.
    * * *
    (n.) = corrective action, remedial action

    Ex: Furthermore, if the library 's governance system is guilty of poor performance, it is more difficult to induce corrective action from a committee than from one person, who can be more easily removed for just cause.

    Ex: Although there is some evidence to show that remedial action is growing, its effectiveness remains to be seen.

    Spanish-English dictionary > medidas correctivas

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