Translation: from spanish

esto+tiene+alguna+importancia

  • 481 cuestión sin importancia

    Ex. Therapeutic lying can be practical and effective in matters of no consequence.
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    Ex: Therapeutic lying can be practical and effective in matters of no consequence.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cuestión sin importancia

  • 482 curso que tiene lugar fuera de la universidad

    (n.) = extension course, off-campus course
    Ex. This is a report of a survey of off-campus/ extension courses in graduates library education programs accredited by the American Library Association.
    Ex. This is a report of a survey of off-campus/extension courses in graduates library education programs accredited by the American Library Association.
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    (n.) = extension course, off-campus course

    Ex: This is a report of a survey of off-campus/ extension courses in graduates library education programs accredited by the American Library Association.

    Ex: This is a report of a survey of off-campus/extension courses in graduates library education programs accredited by the American Library Association.

    Spanish-English dictionary > curso que tiene lugar fuera de la universidad

  • 483 dar alguna esperanza

    (v.) = give + some cause for hope
    Ex. Recent published studies, however, mainly from the United States, have given some cause for hope.
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    (v.) = give + some cause for hope

    Ex: Recent published studies, however, mainly from the United States, have given some cause for hope.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar alguna esperanza

  • 484 dar bastante importancia a

    (v.) = place + great store on
    Ex. The IFLA letter places great store on the number of FID members who are also IFLA members.
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    (v.) = place + great store on

    Ex: The IFLA letter places great store on the number of FID members who are also IFLA members.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar bastante importancia a

  • 485 dar gracias por lo que Uno tiene

    (v.) = count + Posesivo + blessings
    Ex. The article ' Count your blessings' evaluates the features and performance of 7 log-file analyzers designed to analyze the traffic using World Wide Web (WWW) Web sites.
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    (v.) = count + Posesivo + blessings

    Ex: The article ' Count your blessings' evaluates the features and performance of 7 log-file analyzers designed to analyze the traffic using World Wide Web (WWW) Web sites.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar gracias por lo que Uno tiene

  • 486 dar importancia

    (v.) = attach + importance, give + prominence, stress, give + pre-eminence, give + relevance, place + importance, give + importance
    Ex. The duration of the cycle varies markedly from institution to institution, dependent upon the importance that society attaches to the symbolic realities specific to the institution.
    Ex. Provision should be on the basis of quality and originality, with classic works of the genre given prominence.
    Ex. However, it must be stressed that these problems are still in the future.
    Ex. Dr. Greg has given, I think, rather undue pre-eminence to this type of bibliography.
    Ex. It could be argued, therefore, that concentration on the public library's information role at the expense of the known and expressed needs of the majority of existing users could give the library less relevance and eventually less support.
    Ex. The reasons for this are varied but can depend largely on the importance placed on the provision of these skills by both the library and the course planners in the early stages of the student study programme.
    Ex. Deans and directors from several library schools indicated the importance they give to various criteria used to evaluate individual faculty members for tenure, promotion and salary increases.
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    (v.) = attach + importance, give + prominence, stress, give + pre-eminence, give + relevance, place + importance, give + importance

    Ex: The duration of the cycle varies markedly from institution to institution, dependent upon the importance that society attaches to the symbolic realities specific to the institution.

    Ex: Provision should be on the basis of quality and originality, with classic works of the genre given prominence.
    Ex: However, it must be stressed that these problems are still in the future.
    Ex: Dr. Greg has given, I think, rather undue pre-eminence to this type of bibliography.
    Ex: It could be argued, therefore, that concentration on the public library's information role at the expense of the known and expressed needs of the majority of existing users could give the library less relevance and eventually less support.
    Ex: The reasons for this are varied but can depend largely on the importance placed on the provision of these skills by both the library and the course planners in the early stages of the student study programme.
    Ex: Deans and directors from several library schools indicated the importance they give to various criteria used to evaluate individual faculty members for tenure, promotion and salary increases.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar importancia

  • 487 dar importancia a

    (v.) = give + weight to, place + emphasis on, attach + weight to, create + a high profile for, give + a high profile, place + weight on
    Ex. The resulting compromise in the overall design principles followed is, therefore, likely to give greater weight to these conventional needs.
    Ex. Particular emphasis is placed on establishing base line turnover rates and examining the relationship of gender to turnover behaviour.
    Ex. The amount of information given by each source of selection, and the weight a librarian attaches to each, varies considerably.
    Ex. This article pesents an interview with George Cunningham who sees his role as creating a high profile for the library profession and fostering a love of books.
    Ex. The course gives information technology a very high profile.
    Ex. The frequency of reading by patrons while at the library may be somewhat surprising given the weight that libraries currently place on new technologies.
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    (v.) = give + weight to, place + emphasis on, attach + weight to, create + a high profile for, give + a high profile, place + weight on

    Ex: The resulting compromise in the overall design principles followed is, therefore, likely to give greater weight to these conventional needs.

    Ex: Particular emphasis is placed on establishing base line turnover rates and examining the relationship of gender to turnover behaviour.
    Ex: The amount of information given by each source of selection, and the weight a librarian attaches to each, varies considerably.
    Ex: This article pesents an interview with George Cunningham who sees his role as creating a high profile for the library profession and fostering a love of books.
    Ex: The course gives information technology a very high profile.
    Ex: The frequency of reading by patrons while at the library may be somewhat surprising given the weight that libraries currently place on new technologies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar importancia a

  • 488 dar mayor importancia a

    (v.) = give + pride of place to
    Ex. Much potentially valuable historical material is lost to posterity because of the attitude to the collection of primary sources which always gives pride of place to the ephemeral as long as it is compiled by a well-known figure.
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    (v.) = give + pride of place to

    Ex: Much potentially valuable historical material is lost to posterity because of the attitude to the collection of primary sources which always gives pride of place to the ephemeral as long as it is compiled by a well-known figure.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar mayor importancia a

  • 489 dar mucha importancia

    (v.) = put + a premium on
    Ex. Businesses work to deadlines that put a premium on convenience and ready availability.
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    (v.) = put + a premium on

    Ex: Businesses work to deadlines that put a premium on convenience and ready availability.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar mucha importancia

  • 490 de acuerdo con esto

    Ex. If the edition of the work is emphasised, then the work is entered accordingly as an edition of the original work.
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    Ex: If the edition of the work is emphasised, then the work is entered accordingly as an edition of the original work.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de acuerdo con esto

  • 491 de alguna forma

    = in one way or another, one way or another
    Ex. The majority of the articles reviewed deal with interloans (ILL) and public libraries in one way or another.
    Ex. One way or another we will need codes.
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    = in one way or another, one way or another

    Ex: The majority of the articles reviewed deal with interloans (ILL) and public libraries in one way or another.

    Ex: One way or another we will need codes.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de alguna forma

  • 492 de alguna manera

    = in some sense, in some way, somehow, in any sense, some way
    Ex. 'Reinforced concrete bridges' contain two differences 'Reinforced' and 'Concrete', both of which delimit 'Bridges' in some sense.
    Ex. Since the fields are of different lengths in different records it is necessary that the beginning and end of fields be flagged in some way.
    Ex. If there is one, the borrower must be notified, and the copy somehow put aside for that borrower for a limited amount of time.
    Ex. The rationale is that Renoir would probably spin wildly in his grave at the notion that a black and white photographic reproduction of one of his colored paintings was in any sense his responsibility.
    Ex. Somehow, some way, officials were getting early evacuees out of harm's way as Hurricane Gustav bore down on the central Louisiana coast.
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    = in some sense, in some way, somehow, in any sense, some way

    Ex: 'Reinforced concrete bridges' contain two differences 'Reinforced' and 'Concrete', both of which delimit 'Bridges' in some sense.

    Ex: Since the fields are of different lengths in different records it is necessary that the beginning and end of fields be flagged in some way.
    Ex: If there is one, the borrower must be notified, and the copy somehow put aside for that borrower for a limited amount of time.
    Ex: The rationale is that Renoir would probably spin wildly in his grave at the notion that a black and white photographic reproduction of one of his colored paintings was in any sense his responsibility.
    Ex: Somehow, some way, officials were getting early evacuees out of harm's way as Hurricane Gustav bore down on the central Louisiana coast.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de alguna manera

  • 493 de alguna otra forma

    Ex. The use of this method resulted in several interesting findings, the vast majority of which could not be documented in any other way = El uso de este método dio lugar a varios resultados interesantes, cuya gran mayoría no se podría haber obtenido de otra forma.
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    Ex: The use of this method resulted in several interesting findings, the vast majority of which could not be documented in any other way = El uso de este método dio lugar a varios resultados interesantes, cuya gran mayoría no se podría haber obtenido de otra forma.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de alguna otra forma

  • 494 de capital importancia

    = momentous, of cardinal importance
    Ex. The new realities identified above are fraught with momentous implications = Las nuevas realidades identificadas más arriba están cargadas de implicaciones trascendentales.
    Ex. Humanitarian assistance is of cardinal importance for the victims of natural disasters and other emergencies.
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    = momentous, of cardinal importance

    Ex: The new realities identified above are fraught with momentous implications = Las nuevas realidades identificadas más arriba están cargadas de implicaciones trascendentales.

    Ex: Humanitarian assistance is of cardinal importance for the victims of natural disasters and other emergencies.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de capital importancia

  • 495 de crucial importancia

    Ex. Light-induced oxidation reactions are crucially important in the degradation of lignin.
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    Ex: Light-induced oxidation reactions are crucially important in the degradation of lignin.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de crucial importancia

  • 496 de especial importancia

    Ex. Of particular note is his classic monograph 'Prejudices and Antipathies', published by Scarecrow Press, a critique of LC entry and subject heading practices.
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    Ex: Of particular note is his classic monograph 'Prejudices and Antipathies', published by Scarecrow Press, a critique of LC entry and subject heading practices.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de especial importancia

  • 497 de esto y de lo otro

    Ex. They all met in the cafes to argue about this and that, to discuss their work, politics and philosophy.
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    Ex: They all met in the cafes to argue about this and that, to discuss their work, politics and philosophy.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de esto y de lo otro

  • 498 de esto, de lo otro y de lo de más allá

    Ex. They talked for a good half hour about this and that and everything else while their boys played.
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    Ex: They talked for a good half hour about this and that and everything else while their boys played.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de esto, de lo otro y de lo de más allá

  • 499 de fundamental importancia

    (adj.) = of prime importance, critically important
    Ex. The LC remains the centralised cataloguing agency of prime importance to American Libraries.
    Ex. When automated methods of communicating bibliographic information are used, standards become critically important.
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    (adj.) = of prime importance, critically important

    Ex: The LC remains the centralised cataloguing agency of prime importance to American Libraries.

    Ex: When automated methods of communicating bibliographic information are used, standards become critically important.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de fundamental importancia

  • 500 de importancia creciente

    Ex. Of growing importance to libraries is the effective access to their catalogue by library patrons.
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    Ex: Of growing importance to libraries is the effective access to their catalogue by library patrons.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de importancia creciente

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