Translation: from spanish

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  • 1 ideas

    = food for thought, strands of thought
    Ex. The article ' Food for thought' argues that libraries need to be more competitive and have much to learn from supermarkets.
    Ex. By looking at the work of some cyberfeminists, the author attempts to give a clearer picture of key debates and strands of thought in cyberfeminism.
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    = food for thought, strands of thought

    Ex: The article ' Food for thought' argues that libraries need to be more competitive and have much to learn from supermarkets.

    Ex: By looking at the work of some cyberfeminists, the author attempts to give a clearer picture of key debates and strands of thought in cyberfeminism.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ideas

  • 2 ideas

    f
    pl. podivínské nápady
    pl. podivínské rozmary

    Diccionario español-checo > ideas

  • 3 ideas

    idees

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > ideas

  • 4 compartir ideas

    (v.) = pool + ideas, share + ideas, share + thoughts, pool + ideas, bounce off + ideas
    Ex. For example, NEMROC provides a forum for libraries in the region of Newcastle with good collections of audio-visual materials to pool their ideas.
    Ex. These press releases are useful as they can indicate which other authorities are working on the same lines so that contact can be made and experience and ideas shared.
    Ex. 'Since we're on the topic,' he sighed, massaging his temples, 'let me share a few other thoughts with you'.
    Ex. For example, NEMROC provides a forum for libraries in the region of Newcastle with good collections of audio-visual materials to pool their ideas.
    Ex. The men outnumbered us women and it was great to be able to chat to them about all kinds of subjects and bounce off ideas.
    * * *
    (v.) = pool + ideas, share + ideas, share + thoughts, pool + ideas, bounce off + ideas

    Ex: For example, NEMROC provides a forum for libraries in the region of Newcastle with good collections of audio-visual materials to pool their ideas.

    Ex: These press releases are useful as they can indicate which other authorities are working on the same lines so that contact can be made and experience and ideas shared.
    Ex: 'Since we're on the topic,' he sighed, massaging his temples, 'let me share a few other thoughts with you'.
    Ex: For example, NEMROC provides a forum for libraries in the region of Newcastle with good collections of audio-visual materials to pool their ideas.
    Ex: The men outnumbered us women and it was great to be able to chat to them about all kinds of subjects and bounce off ideas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > compartir ideas

  • 5 intercambiar ideas

    v.
    to exchange ideas, to exchange notes, to hash over, to knock around.
    * * *
    (v.) = compare + notes, exchange + ideas, bounce off + ideas
    Ex. The remainder of the conference focused on aspects of computerisation with each representative comparing notes and sharing experience.
    Ex. Electronic mail makes it possible to exchange ideas and texts and to seek answers to queries immediately and easily.
    Ex. The men outnumbered us women and it was great to be able to chat to them about all kinds of subjects and bounce off ideas.
    * * *
    (v.) = compare + notes, exchange + ideas, bounce off + ideas

    Ex: The remainder of the conference focused on aspects of computerisation with each representative comparing notes and sharing experience.

    Ex: Electronic mail makes it possible to exchange ideas and texts and to seek answers to queries immediately and easily.
    Ex: The men outnumbered us women and it was great to be able to chat to them about all kinds of subjects and bounce off ideas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > intercambiar ideas

  • 6 contribución de ideas

    Ex. This approach not only builds good relations for the library, but also allows more input of ideas.
    * * *

    Ex: This approach not only builds good relations for the library, but also allows more input of ideas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > contribución de ideas

  • 7 inspirar ideas

    (v.) = spark off + ideas
    Ex. However, it is not a 'do-it-yourself' manual, though you may find some of the examples of what other libraries have achieved instructive or spark off ideas.
    * * *
    (v.) = spark off + ideas

    Ex: However, it is not a 'do-it-yourself' manual, though you may find some of the examples of what other libraries have achieved instructive or spark off ideas.

    Spanish-English dictionary > inspirar ideas

  • 8 asociación de ideas

    association of ideas

    Spanish-English dictionary > asociación de ideas

  • 9 ser parco en palabras/ideas

    ser parco en palabras/ideas
    to be a person of few words/ideas

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser parco en palabras/ideas

  • 10 asociación de ideas

    • association of ideas

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > asociación de ideas

  • 11 concatenación de ideas

    • chain of ideas

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > concatenación de ideas

  • 12 lleno de ideas

    • full of ideas

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > lleno de ideas

  • 13 intercambio de ideas

    (n.) = fertilisation [fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation [cross-fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation of ideas, exchange of ideas
    Ex. The traditional methods of marketing and selling on-line bibliographic data base services have revolved around fertilisation between the marketing and sales departments.
    Ex. Results indicate that the patterns of cross-fertilization vary greatly among these scientific fields.
    Ex. This suggests not only cross fertilization of ideas, but also more complex research questions.
    Ex. In Western democracies, the free expression and exchange of ideas and information is a cornerstone of political belief.
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    (n.) = fertilisation [fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation [cross-fertilization, -USA], cross-fertilisation of ideas, exchange of ideas

    Ex: The traditional methods of marketing and selling on-line bibliographic data base services have revolved around fertilisation between the marketing and sales departments.

    Ex: Results indicate that the patterns of cross-fertilization vary greatly among these scientific fields.
    Ex: This suggests not only cross fertilization of ideas, but also more complex research questions.
    Ex: In Western democracies, the free expression and exchange of ideas and information is a cornerstone of political belief.

    Spanish-English dictionary > intercambio de ideas

  • 14 aportar ideas

    (v.) = contribute + ideas, brainstorm
    Ex. So many colleagues and students contributed ideas and suggestions for the examples in this book that it would be impossible to thank them all personally by name.
    Ex. A team was assembled to brainstorm the work situation, set production targets, and propose methods to move incrementally toward those targets.
    * * *
    (v.) = contribute + ideas, brainstorm

    Ex: So many colleagues and students contributed ideas and suggestions for the examples in this book that it would be impossible to thank them all personally by name.

    Ex: A team was assembled to brainstorm the work situation, set production targets, and propose methods to move incrementally toward those targets.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aportar ideas

  • 15 escaso de ideas

    Ex. It is clear that the author is not short of ideas and the book contains plenty of nuggets of wisdom and suggestions for improvements.
    * * *

    Ex: It is clear that the author is not short of ideas and the book contains plenty of nuggets of wisdom and suggestions for improvements.

    Spanish-English dictionary > escaso de ideas

  • 16 expresar ideas

    (v.) = express + thoughts, put over + ideas
    Ex. But there was a principle at stake here, and she too felt obligated to express her honest thoughts.
    Ex. Thus the sportsman who cannot express himself well in writing can still put over ideas for his ghost writer to transcribe.
    * * *
    (v.) = express + thoughts, put over + ideas

    Ex: But there was a principle at stake here, and she too felt obligated to express her honest thoughts.

    Ex: Thus the sportsman who cannot express himself well in writing can still put over ideas for his ghost writer to transcribe.

    Spanish-English dictionary > expresar ideas

  • 17 falto de ideas

    Ex. It is clear that the author is not short of ideas and the book contains plenty of nuggets of wisdom and suggestions for improvements.
    * * *

    Ex: It is clear that the author is not short of ideas and the book contains plenty of nuggets of wisdom and suggestions for improvements.

    Spanish-English dictionary > falto de ideas

  • 18 replantearse las ideas

    (v.) = rethink + Posesivo + ideas
    Ex. And since computerized data bases charge according to use, are we going to have to rethink our ideas on what we have so long enticingly but misleadingly called free library services?.
    * * *
    (v.) = rethink + Posesivo + ideas

    Ex: And since computerized data bases charge according to use, are we going to have to rethink our ideas on what we have so long enticingly but misleadingly called free library services?.

    Spanish-English dictionary > replantearse las ideas

  • 19 sugerir ideas

    (v.) = contribute + ideas, brainstorm
    Ex. So many colleagues and students contributed ideas and suggestions for the examples in this book that it would be impossible to thank them all personally by name.
    Ex. A team was assembled to brainstorm the work situation, set production targets, and propose methods to move incrementally toward those targets.
    * * *
    (v.) = contribute + ideas, brainstorm

    Ex: So many colleagues and students contributed ideas and suggestions for the examples in this book that it would be impossible to thank them all personally by name.

    Ex: A team was assembled to brainstorm the work situation, set production targets, and propose methods to move incrementally toward those targets.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sugerir ideas

  • 20 utilizar las ideas de

    utilizar las ideas de (Alguien)
    (v.) = draw on/upon + Posesivo + ideas

    Ex: The socio-political reform now under way in Hungary requires renewal from librarianship as well, and one may draw on the author's ideas in this respect.

    Spanish-English dictionary > utilizar las ideas de

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