Translation: from spanish

go further

  • 1 continuar con Algo

    (v.) = take + Nombre + further
    Ex. The project was being developed here until a few months ago, when we stopped banging our heads against funding agencies that apparently could not see the merit in taking it further.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + Nombre + further

    Ex: The project was being developed here until a few months ago, when we stopped banging our heads against funding agencies that apparently could not see the merit in taking it further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > continuar con Algo

  • 2 dar más de sí

    (v.) = go further
    Ex. All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.
    * * *
    (v.) = go further

    Ex: All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar más de sí

  • 3 seguir con Algo

    (v.) = take + Nombre + further
    Ex. The project was being developed here until a few months ago, when we stopped banging our heads against funding agencies that apparently could not see the merit in taking it further.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + Nombre + further

    Ex: The project was being developed here until a few months ago, when we stopped banging our heads against funding agencies that apparently could not see the merit in taking it further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > seguir con Algo

  • 4 ¡qué lástima!

    ¡qué lástima!
    what a pity!
    * * *
    = what a pity!, what a pity!
    Ex. What a pity it did not develop further!.
    Ex. What a pity it did not develop further!.
    * * *
    = what a pity!, what a pity!

    Ex: What a pity it did not develop further!.

    Ex: What a pity it did not develop further!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ¡qué lástima!

  • 5 alcanzar el límite de + Posesivo + capacidad

    (v.) = stretch + Nombre + beyond the breaking point, stretch + Nombre + to breaking point, stretch + Nombre + to the limit
    Ex. With every air-conditioner running at full blast, the city's creaky infrastructure is often stretched beyond the breaking point.
    Ex. The diversity of cookbooks available in the USA today is stretching the market to breaking point and specialist retailers are feeling the pinch.
    Ex. All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.
    * * *
    (v.) = stretch + Nombre + beyond the breaking point, stretch + Nombre + to breaking point, stretch + Nombre + to the limit

    Ex: With every air-conditioner running at full blast, the city's creaky infrastructure is often stretched beyond the breaking point.

    Ex: The diversity of cookbooks available in the USA today is stretching the market to breaking point and specialist retailers are feeling the pinch.
    Ex: All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alcanzar el límite de + Posesivo + capacidad

  • 6 compartir recursos

    (v.) = pool + resources
    Ex. All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.
    * * *
    (v.) = pool + resources

    Ex: All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > compartir recursos

  • 7 dar un vistazo

    (v.) = take + a look at, glance at, check out, peek, have + a look, take + a peek, cast + a glance over, look through
    Ex. It seems appropriate to take a retrospective look at the evolution of our catalog and the ideology which has shaped it.
    Ex. He glanced casually at the ill-balanced frontages of the buildings ahead that stretched on and on until they melded in an indistinguishable mass of gray at Laurence Street.
    Ex. Where problems do arise it is sensible to check out the training programme before blaming the assistant for poor performance of duties.
    Ex. The article ' Peeking inside the black box - a look at the private life of your modem' explains the theory and mechanism of modems.
    Ex. I thought you might like to have a look at American Libraries' report on the IFLA conference in Glasgow.
    Ex. Take a peek at the world through the eyes of its youngest inhabitants via PapaInk, an online archive of children's artworks.
    Ex. In common with many other organisations in South Africa, the Library and Information Association of South Africa (LIASA) is casting an evaluative glance over the last ten years since the advent of the democratic dispensation in 1994.
    Ex. If you possess a copy of CC it would be advisable for you to look through it at this stage and acquaint yourself with the general appearance of each Part before proceeding further.
    * * *
    (v.) = take + a look at, glance at, check out, peek, have + a look, take + a peek, cast + a glance over, look through

    Ex: It seems appropriate to take a retrospective look at the evolution of our catalog and the ideology which has shaped it.

    Ex: He glanced casually at the ill-balanced frontages of the buildings ahead that stretched on and on until they melded in an indistinguishable mass of gray at Laurence Street.
    Ex: Where problems do arise it is sensible to check out the training programme before blaming the assistant for poor performance of duties.
    Ex: The article ' Peeking inside the black box - a look at the private life of your modem' explains the theory and mechanism of modems.
    Ex: I thought you might like to have a look at American Libraries' report on the IFLA conference in Glasgow.
    Ex: Take a peek at the world through the eyes of its youngest inhabitants via PapaInk, an online archive of children's artworks.
    Ex: In common with many other organisations in South Africa, the Library and Information Association of South Africa (LIASA) is casting an evaluative glance over the last ten years since the advent of the democratic dispensation in 1994.
    Ex: If you possess a copy of CC it would be advisable for you to look through it at this stage and acquaint yourself with the general appearance of each Part before proceeding further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar un vistazo

  • 8 funcionar a tope

    (v.) = stretch + Nombre + to the limit
    Ex. All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.
    * * *
    (v.) = stretch + Nombre + to the limit

    Ex: All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > funcionar a tope

  • 9 funcionar al máximo

    (v.) = stretch + Nombre + to the limit
    Ex. All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.
    * * *
    (v.) = stretch + Nombre + to the limit

    Ex: All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > funcionar al máximo

  • 10 intentar algo imposible

    (v.) = bang + Posesivo + head against
    Ex. The project was being developed here until a few months ago, when we stopped banging our heads against funding agencies that apparently could not see the merit in taking it further.
    * * *
    (v.) = bang + Posesivo + head against

    Ex: The project was being developed here until a few months ago, when we stopped banging our heads against funding agencies that apparently could not see the merit in taking it further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > intentar algo imposible

  • 11 llegar al límite de + Posesivo + capacidad

    (v.) = stretch + Nombre + beyond the breaking point, stretch + Nombre + to breaking point, stretch + Nombre + to the limit
    Ex. With every air-conditioner running at full blast, the city's creaky infrastructure is often stretched beyond the breaking point.
    Ex. The diversity of cookbooks available in the USA today is stretching the market to breaking point and specialist retailers are feeling the pinch.
    Ex. All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.
    * * *
    (v.) = stretch + Nombre + beyond the breaking point, stretch + Nombre + to breaking point, stretch + Nombre + to the limit

    Ex: With every air-conditioner running at full blast, the city's creaky infrastructure is often stretched beyond the breaking point.

    Ex: The diversity of cookbooks available in the USA today is stretching the market to breaking point and specialist retailers are feeling the pinch.
    Ex: All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > llegar al límite de + Posesivo + capacidad

  • 12 líquido condensado

    (n.) = condensate
    Ex. The condensates he managed to produce contained more atoms and could therefore be used to investigate the phenomenon further.
    * * *
    (n.) = condensate

    Ex: The condensates he managed to produce contained more atoms and could therefore be used to investigate the phenomenon further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > líquido condensado

  • 13 papel a mano-máquina

    Ex. The introduction of mouldmade paper (which is a fine machine-made rag paper which looks like hand-made) in about 1920 reduced the production of real hand-made yet further.
    * * *

    Ex: The introduction of mouldmade paper (which is a fine machine-made rag paper which looks like hand-made) in about 1920 reduced the production of real hand-made yet further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > papel a mano-máquina

  • 14 papel de tela

    (n.) = rag paper
    Ex. The introduction of mouldmade paper (which is a fine machine-made rag paper which looks like hand-made) in about 1920 reduced the production of real hand-made yet further.
    * * *
    (n.) = rag paper

    Ex: The introduction of mouldmade paper (which is a fine machine-made rag paper which looks like hand-made) in about 1920 reduced the production of real hand-made yet further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > papel de tela

  • 15 papel de trapo

    (n.) = rag paper
    Ex. The introduction of mouldmade paper (which is a fine machine-made rag paper which looks like hand-made) in about 1920 reduced the production of real hand-made yet further.
    * * *
    (n.) = rag paper

    Ex: The introduction of mouldmade paper (which is a fine machine-made rag paper which looks like hand-made) in about 1920 reduced the production of real hand-made yet further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > papel de trapo

  • 16 utilizar al máximo

    (v.) = stretch + Nombre + to the limit
    Ex. All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.
    * * *
    (v.) = stretch + Nombre + to the limit

    Ex: All agencies, it was found, were stretched to the limit, but by pooling resources these might be made to go further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > utilizar al máximo

  • 17 fomentar

    • foment
    • foster
    • further

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > fomentar

  • 18 sin ir más lejos

    • without going any further

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > sin ir más lejos

  • 19 hacer prosperar

    v.
    to make prosper, to boost, to boost up, to further.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hacer prosperar

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