Translation: from spanish

farmers' market

  • 1 AGRICOLA

    m.
    Agricola, Gnaeus Julius Agricola.
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    1 agricultural, farming
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    adj.
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    ADJ agricultural, farming antes de s
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    adjetivo < técnicas> agricultural, farming (before n)
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    = AGRICOLA, agricultural, agrarian, farming.
    Ex. There are 3 comprehensive data bases with approximately the same scope in the agricultural sector: AGRICOLA, AGRIS, and CAB.
    Ex. These 'own resources' comprise agricultural and sugar levies, customs duties and a percentage of value added tax (VAT).
    Ex. This article discusses an analysis of Austrian films and their social assumptions as well as the conflict between agrarian and urban cultures in Austria and Germany, also the popular TV serial, and political and human questions.
    Ex. This paper discusses the farming techniques, transportation, and economics of the onion industry.
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    * asentamiento agrícola = agricultural settlement.
    * campamento de trabajadores agrícolas = farm labour camp.
    * ciencias agrícolas = agricultural economics.
    * comercio agrícola = agribusiness.
    * Comité de las Organizaciones de Productores Agrícolas (COPA) = Committee of Agricultural Producer Organizations (COPA).
    * comunidad agrícola = farming community.
    * crédito agrícola = agricultural credit, farm credit, farm loan.
    * estación experimental agrícola = agricultural experiment station.
    * fabricante de maquinaria agrícola = farm equipment manufacturer.
    * finca agrícola = arable farm.
    * industria agrícola = agro-industry.
    * industria agrícola, la = agricultural industry, the.
    * jornalero agrícola = farm labourer, farm worker.
    * mercadillo agrícola semanal = farmers' market.
    * obrero agrícola = agricultural labourer.
    * peón agrícola = farm labourer, farm worker.
    * perito agrícola = agriculturist.
    * Política Agrícola Comunitaria (CAP) = Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
    * préstamo agrícola = farm loan, farm credit, agricultural credit.
    * producción agrícola = agricultural production.
    * productividad agrícola = agricultural productivity.
    * producto agrícola = agricultural product.
    * productos agrícolas = agricultural produce.
    * Sección de Garantía del Asesoramiento Agrícola y del Fondo de Garantía Europ = Guarantee Section of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF).
    * sector agrícola = agricultural sector.
    * trabajador agrícola = agricultural labourer, farm labourer, farm worker.
    * vehículo agrícola = farm vehicle, agricultural vehicle.
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    adjetivo < técnicas> agricultural, farming (before n)
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    = AGRICOLA, agricultural, agrarian, farming.

    Ex: There are 3 comprehensive data bases with approximately the same scope in the agricultural sector: AGRICOLA, AGRIS, and CAB.

    Ex: These 'own resources' comprise agricultural and sugar levies, customs duties and a percentage of value added tax (VAT).
    Ex: This article discusses an analysis of Austrian films and their social assumptions as well as the conflict between agrarian and urban cultures in Austria and Germany, also the popular TV serial, and political and human questions.
    Ex: This paper discusses the farming techniques, transportation, and economics of the onion industry.
    * asentamiento agrícola = agricultural settlement.
    * campamento de trabajadores agrícolas = farm labour camp.
    * ciencias agrícolas = agricultural economics.
    * comercio agrícola = agribusiness.
    * Comité de las Organizaciones de Productores Agrícolas (COPA) = Committee of Agricultural Producer Organizations (COPA).
    * comunidad agrícola = farming community.
    * crédito agrícola = agricultural credit, farm credit, farm loan.
    * estación experimental agrícola = agricultural experiment station.
    * fabricante de maquinaria agrícola = farm equipment manufacturer.
    * finca agrícola = arable farm.
    * industria agrícola = agro-industry.
    * industria agrícola, la = agricultural industry, the.
    * jornalero agrícola = farm labourer, farm worker.
    * mercadillo agrícola semanal = farmers' market.
    * obrero agrícola = agricultural labourer.
    * peón agrícola = farm labourer, farm worker.
    * perito agrícola = agriculturist.
    * Política Agrícola Comunitaria (CAP) = Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
    * préstamo agrícola = farm loan, farm credit, agricultural credit.
    * producción agrícola = agricultural production.
    * productividad agrícola = agricultural productivity.
    * producto agrícola = agricultural product.
    * productos agrícolas = agricultural produce.
    * Sección de Garantía del Asesoramiento Agrícola y del Fondo de Garantía Europ = Guarantee Section of the European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund (EAGGF).
    * sector agrícola = agricultural sector.
    * trabajador agrícola = agricultural labourer, farm labourer, farm worker.
    * vehículo agrícola = farm vehicle, agricultural vehicle.

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    ‹técnicas› agricultural, farming ( before n)
    maquinaria agrícola farm o agricultural machinery
    el mundo agrícola the farming o agricultural world, the world of farming o agriculture
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    agrícola adjetivo ‹ técnicas agricultural, farming ( before n)
    agrícola adjetivo agricultural
    ' agrícola' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    hacendada
    - hacendado
    - maquinaria
    - política
    - finca
    - huerta
    - plantación
    English:
    agricultural
    - farming
    - farm
    - laborer
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    [sector, política, producto] agricultural;
    región agrícola farming region
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    adj agricultural, farming atr
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    : agricultural
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    agrícola adj agricultural

    Spanish-English dictionary > AGRICOLA

  • 2 abastecerse

    1 (uso reflexivo) to stock up (de/con, with), lay in supplies (de/con, of)
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    VPR

    abastecerse de[+ víveres] to stock up on

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    (v.) = stock up
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
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    (v.) = stock up

    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

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    ■abastecerse verbo reflexivo to stock up [de, on]
    ' abastecerse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    abastecer
    English:
    stock up
    - stock
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    vpr
    to stock up (de on);
    tienen problemas para abastecerse de combustible they have problems in obtaining fuel;
    se abastecen de agua en el pozo de la plaza they get their water from the well in the square
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    v/r stock up (de on o
    with)
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    vr
    : to stock up

    Spanish-English dictionary > abastecerse

  • 3 apresurarse

    1 to hurry, hurry up
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    VPR to hurry, make haste

    apresurarse a o por hacer algo — to hurry to do sth

    me apresuré a sugerir que... — I hastily suggested that..., I hastened to suggest that...

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    (v.) = hurry, hurry up, get on + Posesivo + running shoes, hot-foot it to, make + haste, rattle + Posesivo + dags, get + a wiggle on, get + a move on
    Ex. By systematic, step-by-step consideration free from the pressure to hurry to the next waiting individual, the number of false assumptions can be minimized.
    Ex. Hurry Up! Last Chance for the Professionals!.
    Ex. We would like to encourage other institutions who have been teetering on the edge of implementation to get on their running shoes and go for it.
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    Ex. Lastly, get thou to the apothecary and make haste with a purified protein derivative.
    Ex. We were often told to ' rattle our dags' as kids when we were getting ready to go out somewhere.
    Ex. The commission asked the legislators to get a wiggle on, start making changes now.
    Ex. If they want this finished by Autumn 2009 they are going to have to a get a move on, so hopefully they will swing into action pretty soon.
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    (v.) = hurry, hurry up, get on + Posesivo + running shoes, hot-foot it to, make + haste, rattle + Posesivo + dags, get + a wiggle on, get + a move on

    Ex: By systematic, step-by-step consideration free from the pressure to hurry to the next waiting individual, the number of false assumptions can be minimized.

    Ex: Hurry Up! Last Chance for the Professionals!.
    Ex: We would like to encourage other institutions who have been teetering on the edge of implementation to get on their running shoes and go for it.
    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    Ex: Lastly, get thou to the apothecary and make haste with a purified protein derivative.
    Ex: We were often told to ' rattle our dags' as kids when we were getting ready to go out somewhere.
    Ex: The commission asked the legislators to get a wiggle on, start making changes now.
    Ex: If they want this finished by Autumn 2009 they are going to have to a get a move on, so hopefully they will swing into action pretty soon.

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    ■apresurarse verbo reflexivo to hurry up
    ' apresurarse' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    apresurar
    - botar
    - correr
    - jalar
    - mover
    - precipitarse
    English:
    hasten
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    vpr
    to hurry;
    ¡apresúrate! hurry up!;
    apresurarse a hacer algo: se apresuró a aclarar que no sabía nada she was quick to point out that she knew nothing;
    los vecinos se apresuraron a ayudar the neighbours rushed to help
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    v/r hurry up;
    apresurarse a hacer algo hurry o rush to do sth
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    vr
    : to hurry up, to make haste
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    apresurarse vb to hurry up [pt. & pp. hurried]

    Spanish-English dictionary > apresurarse

  • 4 aprovisionarse

    1 to stock up (de, on/with)
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    VPR

    aprovisionarse de algo[para usar] to get one's supply of sth; [para almacenar] to stock up with sth

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    (v.) = stock up
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * * *
    (v.) = stock up

    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

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    vpr
    aprovisionarse de algo to stock up on sth
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    v/r stock up (de on)

    Spanish-English dictionary > aprovisionarse

  • 5 comprar en cantidad

    (v.) = stock up
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * * *
    (v.) = stock up

    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comprar en cantidad

  • 6 darse prisa

    v.
    to hurry up, to hurry, to be quick, to race.
    María se apresuró por Ricardo Mary hurried up because of Richard.
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    to hurry
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    (v.) = hurry, hurry up, get on + Posesivo + running shoes, shake + a leg, hot-foot it to, make + haste, rattle + Posesivo + dags, get + a wiggle on, put + Posesivo + skates on, get + Posesivo + skates on, get + a move on
    Ex. By systematic, step-by-step consideration free from the pressure to hurry to the next waiting individual, the number of false assumptions can be minimized.
    Ex. Hurry Up! Last Chance for the Professionals!.
    Ex. We would like to encourage other institutions who have been teetering on the edge of implementation to get on their running shoes and go for it.
    Ex. Before daylight on the following morning, we were abruptly awakened by a guard and told to shake a leg or miss breakfast.
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    Ex. Lastly, get thou to the apothecary and make haste with a purified protein derivative.
    Ex. We were often told to ' rattle our dags' as kids when we were getting ready to go out somewhere.
    Ex. The commission asked the legislators to get a wiggle on, start making changes now.
    Ex. So it looks like we will have to put our skates on to get there on time.
    Ex. But the future is just around the corner and we have to get our skates on.
    Ex. If they want this finished by Autumn 2009 they are going to have to a get a move on, so hopefully they will swing into action pretty soon.
    * * *
    (v.) = hurry, hurry up, get on + Posesivo + running shoes, shake + a leg, hot-foot it to, make + haste, rattle + Posesivo + dags, get + a wiggle on, put + Posesivo + skates on, get + Posesivo + skates on, get + a move on

    Ex: By systematic, step-by-step consideration free from the pressure to hurry to the next waiting individual, the number of false assumptions can be minimized.

    Ex: Hurry Up! Last Chance for the Professionals!.
    Ex: We would like to encourage other institutions who have been teetering on the edge of implementation to get on their running shoes and go for it.
    Ex: Before daylight on the following morning, we were abruptly awakened by a guard and told to shake a leg or miss breakfast.
    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    Ex: Lastly, get thou to the apothecary and make haste with a purified protein derivative.
    Ex: We were often told to ' rattle our dags' as kids when we were getting ready to go out somewhere.
    Ex: The commission asked the legislators to get a wiggle on, start making changes now.
    Ex: So it looks like we will have to put our skates on to get there on time.
    Ex: But the future is just around the corner and we have to get our skates on.
    Ex: If they want this finished by Autumn 2009 they are going to have to a get a move on, so hopefully they will swing into action pretty soon.

    Spanish-English dictionary > darse prisa

  • 7 ecológico

    adj.
    ecological, ecologic.
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    1 ecological
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    (f. - ecológica)
    adj.
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    ADJ [desastre, zona, equilibrio] ecological; [producto] environment-friendly; [cultivo] organic, organically-grown
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    - ca adjetivo <problema/estudio> ecological
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    = ecological, environmentally friendly, environmentally sound, eco-friendly.
    Ex. The cellulose fibres used in the manufacture of paper for books readily become contaminated with radioactive materials through their ecological cycle.
    Ex. Consumer perceptions of the two top-selling brands are perceived to be more environmentally friendly than the other brands.
    Ex. Acid-free permanent paper is no more costly than acid paper and is environmentally sound.
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    ----
    * activista ecológico = eco-warrior.
    * alimentos ecológicos = ecological food.
    * avicultura ecológica = free-range poultry farming.
    * avicultura ecológica de puesta = free-range egg farming.
    * comida ecológica = ecological food.
    * cría ecológica = free-range farming.
    * crianza ecológica = free-range farming.
    * defensor ecológico = eco-warrior.
    * granja ecológica = free-range farm.
    * huella ecológica = ecological imprint, ecological footprint.
    * región ecológica = ecoregion.
    * tienda de productos ecológicos = health food shop, health food store.
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    - ca adjetivo <problema/estudio> ecological
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    = ecological, environmentally friendly, environmentally sound, eco-friendly.

    Ex: The cellulose fibres used in the manufacture of paper for books readily become contaminated with radioactive materials through their ecological cycle.

    Ex: Consumer perceptions of the two top-selling brands are perceived to be more environmentally friendly than the other brands.
    Ex: Acid-free permanent paper is no more costly than acid paper and is environmentally sound.
    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * activista ecológico = eco-warrior.
    * alimentos ecológicos = ecological food.
    * avicultura ecológica = free-range poultry farming.
    * avicultura ecológica de puesta = free-range egg farming.
    * comida ecológica = ecological food.
    * cría ecológica = free-range farming.
    * crianza ecológica = free-range farming.
    * defensor ecológico = eco-warrior.
    * granja ecológica = free-range farm.
    * huella ecológica = ecological imprint, ecological footprint.
    * región ecológica = ecoregion.
    * tienda de productos ecológicos = health food shop, health food store.

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    ‹problema/estudio› ecological; ‹daño/desastre› environmental; ‹producto› eco-friendly, environmentally friendly; ‹cultivo/agricultura› organic
    deterioro ecológico damage to the environment
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    ecológico
    ◊ -ca adjetivo ‹problema/estudio ecological;


    daño/desastre environmental;
    producto eco-friendly, environmentally friendly;
    cultivo/agricultura organic
    ecológico,-a adjetivo ecological
    ' ecológico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    deforestación
    - desforestación
    - ecológica
    English:
    ecological
    - fervent
    - eco-friendly
    - organic
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    ecológico, -a adj
    1. [medioambiental] ecological;
    preocupa mucho el tema ecológico the subject of the environment is really worrying;
    un desastre ecológico an ecological disaster;
    el deterioro/equilibrio ecológico environmental deterioration/balance
    2. [alimentos] organic;
    [detergente, producto] environmentally-friendly
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    adj ecological; alimentos organic
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    ecológico, -ca adj
    : ecological
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    ecológico adj ecological

    Spanish-English dictionary > ecológico

  • 8 ir corriendo

    v.
    1 to race along, to speed.
    Ellos iban corriendo They speeded.
    2 to be running along.
    Ellos fueron corriendo They were running along.
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    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * * *

    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir corriendo

  • 9 ir volando

    v.
    to fly along, to zoom.
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    (v.) = hurtle, hot-foot it to
    Ex. A convoy of 80 buses headed by two limousines and a police escort (complete with siren) hurtled its way through the streets of Beijing.
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * * *
    (v.) = hurtle, hot-foot it to

    Ex: A convoy of 80 buses headed by two limousines and a police escort (complete with siren) hurtled its way through the streets of Beijing.

    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ir volando

  • 10 mercadillo

    m.
    1 flea market.
    2 street market, boot sale, bazaar, flea market.
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    1 flea market, bazaar
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    SM street market; [benéfico] (charity) bazaar
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    masculino street market
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    = flea market, bazaar, street market, open-air market, farmers' market.
    Ex. Libraries should think carefully before rejecting 'the literature of the flea-market', for which there may be popular demand and without which serious study will be handicapped.
    Ex. The 1st step will be a massive reevaluation of how to promote and sell products and services in the electronic shopping bazaar.
    Ex. Street markets for fresh food, once the main source for the UK urban population, are now a minor contributor to overall sales.
    Ex. These everyday situations occur everywhere and include shopping in an open-air market, greeting friends, choosing clothes to wear, singing the national anthem at a football game, and so forth.
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
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    * comerciante de puesto de mercadillo = market trader, stall-holder.
    * dueño de puesto de mercadillo = stall-holder, market trader.
    * mercadillo agrícola semanal = farmers' market.
    * mercadillo al aire libre = street market, open-air market.
    * mercadillo casero = yard sale, garage sale.
    * mercadillo de prendas de segunda mano = rummage sale.
    * mercadillo de prendas usadas = rummage sale.
    * puesto de mercadillo = market stall.
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    masculino street market
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    = flea market, bazaar, street market, open-air market, farmers' market.

    Ex: Libraries should think carefully before rejecting 'the literature of the flea-market', for which there may be popular demand and without which serious study will be handicapped.

    Ex: The 1st step will be a massive reevaluation of how to promote and sell products and services in the electronic shopping bazaar.
    Ex: Street markets for fresh food, once the main source for the UK urban population, are now a minor contributor to overall sales.
    Ex: These everyday situations occur everywhere and include shopping in an open-air market, greeting friends, choosing clothes to wear, singing the national anthem at a football game, and so forth.
    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * comerciante de puesto de mercadillo = market trader, stall-holder.
    * dueño de puesto de mercadillo = stall-holder, market trader.
    * mercadillo agrícola semanal = farmers' market.
    * mercadillo al aire libre = street market, open-air market.
    * mercadillo casero = yard sale, garage sale.
    * mercadillo de prendas de segunda mano = rummage sale.
    * mercadillo de prendas usadas = rummage sale.
    * puesto de mercadillo = market stall.

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    street market
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    mercadillo sustantivo masculino
    street market
    mercadillo sustantivo masculino street market
    ' mercadillo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    rastrillo
    English:
    flea market
    - market
    - jumble
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    flea market
    * * *
    m street market
    * * *
    mercadillo n street market

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercadillo

  • 11 mercadillo agrícola semanal

    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * * *

    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercadillo agrícola semanal

  • 12 que no daña el medio ambiente

    (adj.) = environmentally friendly, environmentally sound, eco-friendly
    Ex. Consumer perceptions of the two top-selling brands are perceived to be more environmentally friendly than the other brands.
    Ex. Acid-free permanent paper is no more costly than acid paper and is environmentally sound.
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * * *
    (adj.) = environmentally friendly, environmentally sound, eco-friendly

    Ex: Consumer perceptions of the two top-selling brands are perceived to be more environmentally friendly than the other brands.

    Ex: Acid-free permanent paper is no more costly than acid paper and is environmentally sound.
    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que no daña el medio ambiente

  • 13 que no perjudica el medio ambiente

    (adj.) = eco-friendly
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * * *
    (adj.) = eco-friendly

    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

    Spanish-English dictionary > que no perjudica el medio ambiente

  • 14 semanal

    adj.
    weekly.
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    1 weekly
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    adj.
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    ADJ weekly
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    adjetivo weekly
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    = weekly.
    Ex. Usually a new bulletin will be issued at intervals, for example, monthly, weekly or daily = Normalmente, un nuevo boletín se publicará a intervalos, por ejemplo, mensualmente, semanalmente o diariamente.
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    * a intervalos semanales = at weekly intervals.
    * asignación semanal = weekly allowance.
    * examen semanal = weekly quiz.
    * mercadillo agrícola semanal = farmers' market.
    * revista semanal = weekly.
    * * *
    adjetivo weekly
    * * *

    Ex: Usually a new bulletin will be issued at intervals, for example, monthly, weekly or daily = Normalmente, un nuevo boletín se publicará a intervalos, por ejemplo, mensualmente, semanalmente o diariamente.

    * a intervalos semanales = at weekly intervals.
    * asignación semanal = weekly allowance.
    * examen semanal = weekly quiz.
    * mercadillo agrícola semanal = farmers' market.
    * revista semanal = weekly.

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    weekly
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    semanal adjetivo
    weekly
    semanal adjetivo weekly
    ' semanal' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    semana
    English:
    behave
    - weekly
    - weekly report
    - weekly statement
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    semanal adj
    weekly
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    adj weekly
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    semanal adj
    : weekly
    semanalmente adv
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    semanal adj weekly

    Spanish-English dictionary > semanal

  • 15 surtirse

    1 to supply oneself, provide oneself
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    VPR

    surtirse de — to provide o.s. with

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    (v.) = stock up
    Ex. Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.
    * * *
    (v.) = stock up

    Ex: Read on for 10 eco-friendly things that you can do with lemons, then hot-foot it to your local farmers' market to stock up.

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    vpr
    [proveerse]
    surtirse de to stock up on
    * * *
    v/r stock up (de with)
    * * *
    vr
    : to stock up

    Spanish-English dictionary > surtirse

  • 16 mercado agrícola

    m.
    farmers' market, agricultural market.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mercado agrícola

  • 17 contrato de market-in-hand

    контракт "на условиях реализации"

    El diccionario Español-ruso económico > contrato de market-in-hand

  • 18 contrato de market-in-hand

    сущ.
    экон. контракт "на условиях реализации"

    Испанско-русский универсальный словарь > contrato de market-in-hand

  • 19 agricultor

    adj.
    agricultural, farming, tiller.
    m.
    farmer, farm worker, cropper, grower.
    * * *
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 farmer
    * * *
    (f. - agricultora)
    noun
    * * *
    agricultor, -a
    1.
    ADJ agricultural, farming antes de s
    2.
    SM / F farmer
    * * *
    - tora masculino, femenino farmer
    * * *
    = farmer, grower, market gardener, agrarian, husbandman [husbandmen, -pl.], agricultural labourer.
    Ex. State agricultural experiment station publications are a valuable resource for agricultural historians and sociologists, as well as for scientists, students, the agribusiness community, farmers, and the general public.
    Ex. The scheme's aim is to assist the primary producer (e.g. farmer, grower, fisherman) by improving the processing and marketing of agricultural products = El objetivo de este proyecto es ayudar al productor primario (por ej., el granjero, el agricultor y el pescador) mejorando el proceso y la comercialización de los productos agrícolas.
    Ex. He said that a concerted program of weeding would ensure that the library will have 'no books which will interest persons with an intellectual range above that of clodhoppers and market gardeners'.
    Ex. The new hip agrarians, who are attempting to make their living from the land as did the early settlers, must rely on the printed word to bridge the gap between themselves and their ancestors.
    Ex. Most of the testators were yeomen, husbandmen, tradesmen, craftsmen and laborers, and the widows of such men.
    Ex. The agricultural labourer receiving payment in kind was a married farm-hand with a one-year contract and whose wife had the duty to milk the cows morning and night.
    ----
    * familia de agricultores = farming family.
    * pequeño agricultor = smallholder.
    * Sindicato Nacional de Agricultores (NFU) = National Farmers' Union (NFU).
    * * *
    - tora masculino, femenino farmer
    * * *
    = farmer, grower, market gardener, agrarian, husbandman [husbandmen, -pl.], agricultural labourer.

    Ex: State agricultural experiment station publications are a valuable resource for agricultural historians and sociologists, as well as for scientists, students, the agribusiness community, farmers, and the general public.

    Ex: The scheme's aim is to assist the primary producer (e.g. farmer, grower, fisherman) by improving the processing and marketing of agricultural products = El objetivo de este proyecto es ayudar al productor primario (por ej., el granjero, el agricultor y el pescador) mejorando el proceso y la comercialización de los productos agrícolas.
    Ex: He said that a concerted program of weeding would ensure that the library will have 'no books which will interest persons with an intellectual range above that of clodhoppers and market gardeners'.
    Ex: The new hip agrarians, who are attempting to make their living from the land as did the early settlers, must rely on the printed word to bridge the gap between themselves and their ancestors.
    Ex: Most of the testators were yeomen, husbandmen, tradesmen, craftsmen and laborers, and the widows of such men.
    Ex: The agricultural labourer receiving payment in kind was a married farm-hand with a one-year contract and whose wife had the duty to milk the cows morning and night.
    * familia de agricultores = farming family.
    * pequeño agricultor = smallholder.
    * Sindicato Nacional de Agricultores (NFU) = National Farmers' Union (NFU).

    * * *
    masculine, feminine
    farmer
    * * *

    agricultor
    ◊ - tora sustantivo masculino, femenino

    farmer
    agricultor,-ora sustantivo masculino y femenino farmer

    ' agricultor' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    agricultora
    - algodonero
    English:
    farmer
    * * *
    agricultor, -ora nm,f
    farmer
    * * *
    m, agricultora f farmer
    * * *
    : farmer, grower
    * * *
    agricultor n farmer

    Spanish-English dictionary > agricultor

  • 20 campesino

    adj.
    peasant, rural, country.
    m.
    peasant, backwoodsman, farmer, chuff.
    * * *
    1 country, rural
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 (gen) peasant; (hombre) countryman; (mujer) countrywoman
    * * *
    (f. - campesina)
    noun
    peasant, farmer
    * * *
    campesino, -a
    1.
    ADJ [población] rural; [familia, revuelta] peasant antes de s

    la vida campesina — country life, rural life

    2. SM / F
    1) (=persona del campo) country person
    2) (=labrador) farmer; (=labrador pobre) peasant
    3) And (=indio) Indian
    * * *
    I
    - na adjetivo <vida/costumbre> rural, country (before n); <modales/aspecto> peasant-like
    II
    - na masculino, femenino ( persona del campo) country person; ( con connotaciones de pobreza) peasant
    * * *
    = peasant, clodhopper, villager, rustic.
    Nota: Nombre.
    Ex. This article discusses the pre-revolutionary shortage of books on agriculture economy in 1913, and how existing books only discussed the miserable, hopeless life of the peasants.
    Ex. He said that a concerted program of weeding would ensure that the library will have 'no books which will interest persons with an intellectual range above that of clodhoppers and market gardeners'.
    Ex. Most importantly, the villagers are responsible for the day to day operation and the upkeep of the units.
    Ex. These reflections coincide with considerations from previous studies about the education of rustics in their rural schools.
    ----
    * campesinos = peasantry.
    * * *
    I
    - na adjetivo <vida/costumbre> rural, country (before n); <modales/aspecto> peasant-like
    II
    - na masculino, femenino ( persona del campo) country person; ( con connotaciones de pobreza) peasant
    * * *
    = peasant, clodhopper, villager, rustic.
    Nota: Nombre.

    Ex: This article discusses the pre-revolutionary shortage of books on agriculture economy in 1913, and how existing books only discussed the miserable, hopeless life of the peasants.

    Ex: He said that a concerted program of weeding would ensure that the library will have 'no books which will interest persons with an intellectual range above that of clodhoppers and market gardeners'.
    Ex: Most importantly, the villagers are responsible for the day to day operation and the upkeep of the units.
    Ex: These reflections coincide with considerations from previous studies about the education of rustics in their rural schools.
    * campesinos = peasantry.

    * * *
    campesino1 -na
    ‹vida/costumbre› rural, country ( before n); ‹modales/aspecto› peasant-like
    campesino2 -na
    masculine, feminine
    tres campesinas vestidas de negro three peasant women dressed in black
    son campesinos, gente muy sencilla they are simple, country people o folk
    un campesino me indicó el camino one of the locals o someone from the village showed me the way
    los obreros y los campesinos the manual workers and the agricultural workers
    * * *

     

    campesino
    ◊ -na adjetivo ‹vida/costumbre rural, country ( before n);


    modales/aspecto peasant-like
    ■ sustantivo masculino, femenino ( persona del campo) country person;
    ( con connotaciones de pobreza) peasant;
    son campesinos they are country people o folk;

    los obreros y los campesinos the manual workers and the agricultural workers
    campesino,-a
    I sustantivo masculino y femenino peasant
    (hombre) countryman
    (mujer) countrywoman
    II adjetivo rural, peasant-like

    ' campesino' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    campesina
    - paisana
    - paisano
    - villana
    - villano
    - horqueta
    - huaso
    English:
    countryman
    - peasant
    - redneck
    * * *
    campesino, -a
    adj
    [del campo] rural, country; [en el pasado, en países pobres] peasant;
    nm,f
    [persona del campo] country person; [en el pasado, en países pobres] peasant
    * * *
    I adj peasant atr
    II m, campesina f peasant
    * * *
    campesino, -na n
    : peasant, farm laborer
    * * *
    1. (que vive en el campo) country person [pl. people]
    3. (en la historia) peasant

    Spanish-English dictionary > campesino

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