Translation: from spanish

as for them

  • 1 como quiera que + Verbo

    = however + Verbo
    Ex. That new technology will allow us to create entries however we conceive of them and have rules for them.
    * * *
    = however + Verbo

    Ex: That new technology will allow us to create entries however we conceive of them and have rules for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > como quiera que + Verbo

  • 2 de tal modo que raya en lo ridículo

    Ex. There exists a failure to recognize new topics, or a failure to recognize them until it's almost ridiculously too late, that is, after there has been abundant literary warrant for them.
    * * *

    Ex: There exists a failure to recognize new topics, or a failure to recognize them until it's almost ridiculously too late, that is, after there has been abundant literary warrant for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de tal modo que raya en lo ridículo

  • 3 tutor legal

    m.
    legal guardian.
    * * *
    Ex. Thousands of children in California need legal guardians because their parents have died, abandoned them or are otherwise unable to care for them.
    * * *

    Ex: Thousands of children in California need legal guardians because their parents have died, abandoned them or are otherwise unable to care for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tutor legal

  • 4 temer por

    v.
    to fear for, to be worried about.
    * * *
    to be afraid for, fear for, be in fear of
    * * *
    (v.) = become + apprehensive about
    Ex. As the 1992 unification of the European Community looms, East European countries are becoming jittery and apprehensive about the implications for them.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + apprehensive about

    Ex: As the 1992 unification of the European Community looms, East European countries are becoming jittery and apprehensive about the implications for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > temer por

  • 5 borrón y cuenta nueva

    (n.) = a fresh start, clean slate, new leaf
    Ex. Where it is necessary or desirable for a fresh start they can advise on the best way forward.
    Ex. A group of university and government researchers has proposed a ' clean slate' approach to solving the Internet's myriad security problems.
    Ex. This submersion into the Hindustani tradition was a new leaf for them.
    * * *
    (n.) = a fresh start, clean slate, new leaf

    Ex: Where it is necessary or desirable for a fresh start they can advise on the best way forward.

    Ex: A group of university and government researchers has proposed a ' clean slate' approach to solving the Internet's myriad security problems.
    Ex: This submersion into the Hindustani tradition was a new leaf for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > borrón y cuenta nueva

  • 6 por naturaleza

    by nature
    * * *
    = by nature, by definition, characteristically, natural-born, naturally, inherently
    Ex. The average man is by nature indolent; he works as little as possible = El ciudadno medio es perezoso por naturaleza; trabaja lo menos posible.
    Ex. By definition, these are benefits, often in cash, which the state has decided are required by various needy categories of its citizens.
    Ex. This class is conservative in politics, aristocratic in social affairs, and characteristically well-bred, well-educated, well-housed, and well-heeled.
    Ex. Giving a natural-born leader a new book to read for himself will mean that, if he likes it, very soon other children in the group will be wanting to read it too = Dar a un líder nato un nuevo libro para que lo lea por su cuenta significa que, si le gusta, muy pronto otros niños del grupo querrán leerlo también.
    Ex. I question whether people are naturally good and capable of disciplining themselves = Me cuestiono si la gente es buena por naturaleza y capaz de imponerse una disciplina.
    Ex. Those serials serving as periodical reports of the activities of their issuing bodies are inherently unsusceptible to change of authorship and should be entered under the individuals or bodies responsible for them.
    * * *
    = by nature, by definition, characteristically, natural-born, naturally, inherently

    Ex: The average man is by nature indolent; he works as little as possible = El ciudadno medio es perezoso por naturaleza; trabaja lo menos posible.

    Ex: By definition, these are benefits, often in cash, which the state has decided are required by various needy categories of its citizens.
    Ex: This class is conservative in politics, aristocratic in social affairs, and characteristically well-bred, well-educated, well-housed, and well-heeled.
    Ex: Giving a natural-born leader a new book to read for himself will mean that, if he likes it, very soon other children in the group will be wanting to read it too = Dar a un líder nato un nuevo libro para que lo lea por su cuenta significa que, si le gusta, muy pronto otros niños del grupo querrán leerlo también.
    Ex: I question whether people are naturally good and capable of disciplining themselves = Me cuestiono si la gente es buena por naturaleza y capaz de imponerse una disciplina.
    Ex: Those serials serving as periodical reports of the activities of their issuing bodies are inherently unsusceptible to change of authorship and should be entered under the individuals or bodies responsible for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > por naturaleza

  • 7 buen partido

    m.
    eligible young man, good prospect for marriage, catch, good catch.
    * * *
    (n.) = eligible party, eligible bachelor
    Ex. As already indicated, funding has had to be limited to eligible parties that are least developed countries.
    Ex. Even more surprisingly, a significant number of eligible bachelors (22% percent) agreed with a statement that marriage just isn't for them.
    * * *
    (n.) = eligible party, eligible bachelor

    Ex: As already indicated, funding has had to be limited to eligible parties that are least developed countries.

    Ex: Even more surprisingly, a significant number of eligible bachelors (22% percent) agreed with a statement that marriage just isn't for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buen partido

  • 8 aparecer en la lejanía

    (v.) = loom
    Ex. As the 1992 unification of the European Community looms, East European countries are becoming jittery and apprehensive about the implications for them.
    * * *
    (v.) = loom

    Ex: As the 1992 unification of the European Community looms, East European countries are becoming jittery and apprehensive about the implications for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aparecer en la lejanía

  • 9 de color rosa

    (adj.) = rose-coloured
    Ex. The often heavy-handed paternalism of Soviet children's literature is being challenged and children are being entrusted with real situations and real problems rather than the idealistic, rose-coloured version of reality previously thought suitable for them.
    * * *
    (adj.) = rose-coloured

    Ex: The often heavy-handed paternalism of Soviet children's literature is being challenged and children are being entrusted with real situations and real problems rather than the idealistic, rose-coloured version of reality previously thought suitable for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de color rosa

  • 10 entidad editora

    (n.) = issuing body
    Ex. Those serials serving as periodical reports of the activities of their issuing bodies are inherently unsusceptible to change of authorship and should be entered under the individuals or bodies responsible for them.
    * * *

    Ex: Those serials serving as periodical reports of the activities of their issuing bodies are inherently unsusceptible to change of authorship and should be entered under the individuals or bodies responsible for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entidad editora

  • 11 entrar miedo

    v.
    to become scared.
    Me entró miedo I became scared.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + jittery
    Ex. As the 1992 unification of the European Community looms, East European countries are becoming jittery and apprehensive about the implications for them.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + jittery

    Ex: As the 1992 unification of the European Community looms, East European countries are becoming jittery and apprehensive about the implications for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > entrar miedo

  • 12 inherentemente

    adv.
    intrinsically.
    * * *
    Ex. Those serials serving as periodical reports of the activities of their issuing bodies are inherently unsusceptible to change of authorship and should be entered under the individuals or bodies responsible for them.
    * * *

    Ex: Those serials serving as periodical reports of the activities of their issuing bodies are inherently unsusceptible to change of authorship and should be entered under the individuals or bodies responsible for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > inherentemente

  • 13 joven casadero

    (n.) = eligible party, eligible bachelor
    Ex. As already indicated, funding has had to be limited to eligible parties that are least developed countries.
    Ex. Even more surprisingly, a significant number of eligible bachelors (22% percent) agreed with a statement that marriage just isn't for them.
    * * *
    (n.) = eligible party, eligible bachelor

    Ex: As already indicated, funding has had to be limited to eligible parties that are least developed countries.

    Ex: Even more surprisingly, a significant number of eligible bachelors (22% percent) agreed with a statement that marriage just isn't for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > joven casadero

  • 14 niños entre cinco y siete años

    Ex. Meanwhile, there was further discussion about the kind of stories that five-to-sevens most enjoy and that would be best for them.
    * * *

    Ex: Meanwhile, there was further discussion about the kind of stories that five-to-sevens most enjoy and that would be best for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > niños entre cinco y siete años

  • 15 no ser de asombrar que

    (n.) = it + be + little wonder that
    Ex. It is little wonder that all players in the serials information chain -- publishers, subscriptions agents and librarians alike -- are taking a long hard look at what they are doing and attempting to forecast what the future might hold for them.
    * * *
    (n.) = it + be + little wonder that

    Ex: It is little wonder that all players in the serials information chain -- publishers, subscriptions agents and librarians alike -- are taking a long hard look at what they are doing and attempting to forecast what the future might hold for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no ser de asombrar que

  • 16 no susceptible

    (adj.) = unsusceptible
    Ex. Those serials serving as periodical reports of the activities of their issuing bodies are inherently unsusceptible to change of authorship and should be entered under the individuals or bodies responsible for them.
    * * *
    (adj.) = unsusceptible

    Ex: Those serials serving as periodical reports of the activities of their issuing bodies are inherently unsusceptible to change of authorship and should be entered under the individuals or bodies responsible for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no susceptible

  • 17 nuevo comienzo

    (n.) = new beginning, clean slate, new leaf
    Ex. The article is entitled 'School and public library relationships: deja vu or new beginnings' = El artículo se titula "La relación entre la biblioteca escolar y la pública: sensación de haberlo visto ya antes o nuevos comienzos".
    Ex. A group of university and government researchers has proposed a ' clean slate' approach to solving the Internet's myriad security problems.
    Ex. This submersion into the Hindustani tradition was a new leaf for them.
    * * *
    (n.) = new beginning, clean slate, new leaf

    Ex: The article is entitled 'School and public library relationships: deja vu or new beginnings' = El artículo se titula "La relación entre la biblioteca escolar y la pública: sensación de haberlo visto ya antes o nuevos comienzos".

    Ex: A group of university and government researchers has proposed a ' clean slate' approach to solving the Internet's myriad security problems.
    Ex: This submersion into the Hindustani tradition was a new leaf for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > nuevo comienzo

  • 18 sumergimiento

    m.
    submergence, submersion.
    * * *
    SM submersion, submergence
    * * *
    = submergence, submersion.
    Ex. America's present need is not heroics, but healing; not nostrums, but normalcy; not experiment, but equipoise; not submergence in internationality, but sustainment in triumphant nationality.
    Ex. This submersion into the Hindustani tradition was a new leaf for them.
    * * *
    = submergence, submersion.

    Ex: America's present need is not heroics, but healing; not nostrums, but normalcy; not experiment, but equipoise; not submergence in internationality, but sustainment in triumphant nationality.

    Ex: This submersion into the Hindustani tradition was a new leaf for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sumergimiento

  • 19 responder afirmativamente

    v.
    to respond affirmatively, to approve, to assent, to give one's approval.
    María consintió y les abrió Mary consented and opened up for them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > responder afirmativamente

  • 20 en buena parte

    Ex. Only one fact holds true in all catalog worlds: library users -- despite their great personal differences and interests -- are, for the most part, expected to negotiate their own way through whatever catalog is presented to them.
    * * *

    Ex: Only one fact holds true in all catalog worlds: library users -- despite their great personal differences and interests -- are, for the most part, expected to negotiate their own way through whatever catalog is presented to them.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en buena parte

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