Translation: from spanish

he's being

  • 1 bienestar

    m.
    1 wellbeing.
    2 well-being, welfare, comfort, wellbeing.
    Buscamos su bien We seek his well-being.
    * * *
    1 wellbeing, welfare
    * * *
    noun m.
    2) welfare, well-being
    * * *
    SM (=satisfacción) well-being, welfare; (=comodidad) comfort
    * * *
    masculino well-being, welfare
    * * *
    = comfort, well-being [wellbeing/well being], wellness, welfare.
    Ex. Also if the illumination is uneven, comfort conditions can be impaired.
    Ex. Prolonged television viewing is addictive and therefore dangerous to a child's wellbeing.
    Ex. More requests for wellness than illness information were made.
    Ex. For example, at Woking, the stock has been split into about thirty sections, such as Health and welfare, War and warfare, retaining the Dewey sequence within each section.
    ----
    * bienestar corporal = bodily comfort.
    * bienestar económico = affluence, economic well-being, economic welfare.
    * bienestar espiritual = spiritual welfare.
    * bienestar social = social welfare, social well-being, welfare.
    * estado del bienestar = welfare state.
    * zona de bienestar = comfort zone.
    * * *
    masculino well-being, welfare
    * * *
    = comfort, well-being [wellbeing/well being], wellness, welfare.

    Ex: Also if the illumination is uneven, comfort conditions can be impaired.

    Ex: Prolonged television viewing is addictive and therefore dangerous to a child's wellbeing.
    Ex: More requests for wellness than illness information were made.
    Ex: For example, at Woking, the stock has been split into about thirty sections, such as Health and welfare, War and warfare, retaining the Dewey sequence within each section.
    * bienestar corporal = bodily comfort.
    * bienestar económico = affluence, economic well-being, economic welfare.
    * bienestar espiritual = spiritual welfare.
    * bienestar social = social welfare, social well-being, welfare.
    * estado del bienestar = welfare state.
    * zona de bienestar = comfort zone.

    * * *
    well-being, welfare
    Compuestos:
    (en Col) Welfare Service
    social welfare
    * * *

     

    bienestar sustantivo masculino
    well-being, welfare;

    bienestar social social welfare
    bienestar sustantivo masculino (satisfacción) well-being, contentment
    (comodidad) ease, comfort: estado de bienestar, welfare state

    ' bienestar' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    estado
    - holgura
    - regalo
    - bien
    English:
    creature
    - ease
    - welfare
    - welfare state
    - well-being
    - community
    - provide
    - well
    * * *
    wellbeing
    bienestar económico economic wellbeing; Col Bienestar Familiar = family welfare authority;
    bienestar social social welfare
    * * *
    m well-being
    * * *
    1) : welfare, well-being
    2) confort: comfort
    * * *
    bienestar n (personal) well being

    Spanish-English dictionary > bienestar

  • 2 humano

    adj.
    1 human, man-like.
    2 human.
    3 humane, charitable, humanitarian.
    m.
    human, human being.
    * * *
    1 human
    2 (benigno) humane
    1 human (being)
    ————————
    1 human (being)
    * * *
    1. (f. - humana)
    adj.
    2. noun m.
    * * *
    1. ADJ
    1) [vida, existencia, derechos] human
    2) (=benévolo) humane
    3) (Educ)
    2.
    SM human, human being
    * * *
    I
    - na adjetivo
    1) < naturaleza> human (before n)
    2) ( benevolente) humane
    II
    masculino human being
    * * *
    I
    - na adjetivo
    1) < naturaleza> human (before n)
    2) ( benevolente) humane
    II
    masculino human being
    * * *
    humano1
    1 = human.

    Ex: Intelligent agents are based on the concept of shared abilities and cooperative learning between humans and computers.

    humano2
    2 = human, humane, creaturely.

    Ex: The indexes are produced by computer, without necessarily any human intervention.

    Ex: He interprets 'alienation' as the 'malaise that affects all of us, leaving us in some measure unable to operate in humane, supportive ways'.
    Ex: Literature is the most creaturely of the arts.
    * a favor de la vida humana = pro-life.
    * atentado contra la dignidad humana = assault on people's dignity, assault on human dignity.
    * carne humana = human flesh.
    * carta de derechos humanos = charter of human rights.
    * centrado en el ser humano = anthropocentric.
    * cerebro humano, el = human brain, the.
    * civilización humana = human civilisation.
    * clonación del ser humano = human cloning.
    * clonación humana = human cloning.
    * comportamiento humano = human behaviour.
    * con cualidades humanas = anthropomorphic.
    * condición humana, la = human condition, the.
    * conocimiento humano = human consciousness.
    * conocimiento humano, el = human record, the.
    * cuerpo humano, el = human body, the.
    * debilidad del ser humano = mankind's frailty.
    * debilidad humana = human frailty.
    * defensor de la vida humana = pro-lifer.
    * defensor de los derechos humanos = human rights activist, human rights campaigner.
    * derechos humanos específicos de la mujer = human rights of women.
    * dignidad humana = people's dignity, human dignity.
    * encargado de recursos humanos = human resource manager.
    * escultura de figura humana = figure sculpture.
    * esfuerzo físico humano = human power.
    * espíritu humano, el = human soul, the, human spirit, the.
    * flaqueza humana = human frailty.
    * genética humana = human genetics.
    * genoma humano, el = human genome, the.
    * geografía humana = human geography.
    * gestión de recursos humanos = human resource management.
    * inteligencia humana = human intelligence.
    * jefe de recursos humanos = human resource manager.
    * lenguaje humano = human language.
    * mente humana, la = human mind, the.
    * ojo humano sin ayuda de lente, el = unaided eye, the.
    * pensamiento humano = human thought.
    * pérdida humana = human loss.
    * propulsado con el esfuerzo físico humano = human-powered.
    * raza humana, la = human race, the.
    * recursos humanos = human resources.
    * relaciones humanas = human relations, human relationships.
    * responsable de recursos humanos = human resource manager.
    * sentido del ser humano = human sense.
    * sentido humano = human sense.
    * ser humano = human person.
    * sufrimiento humano = human suffering.
    * todo ser humano = every living soul.
    * tráfico de seres humanos = trafficking in human beings.
    * trata de seres humanos = trafficking in human beings.
    * vehículo propulsado por el esfuerzo físico humano = human-powered vehicle.
    * violación de los derechos humanos = human rights abuse.

    * * *
    humano1 -na
    A ‹naturaleza› human ( before n) geografía, ser2 (↑ ser (2)), etc
    B (benevolente) humane
    human being
    los humanos humans, human beings
    * * *

    humano 1
    ◊ -na adjetivo



    humano 2 sustantivo masculino
    human being;

    humano,-a
    I adjetivo
    1 (relativo al hombre) human
    2 (benévolo, indulgente) humane
    II sustantivo masculino (ser) humano, human (being)

    ' humano' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    cuerpo
    - ser
    - error
    - género
    - humana
    - humanidad
    - potencial
    - a
    - persona
    English:
    being
    - consumption
    - human
    - human being
    - humane
    - male
    - unfit
    - mankind
    - race
    * * *
    humano, -a
    adj
    1. [del hombre] human
    2. [compasivo] humane
    nm
    human being;
    los humanos mankind
    * * *
    I adj human
    II m human, human being
    * * *
    humano, -na adj
    1) : human
    2) benévolo: humane, benevolent
    humanamente adv
    humano nm
    : human being, human
    * * *
    humano1 adj human
    humano2 n human being

    Spanish-English dictionary > humano

  • 3 de un modo tautológico

    Ex. To tell the truth, I may speak, on this being indeterminate and indivisible, only tautologically: the being is the being.
    * * *

    Ex: To tell the truth, I may speak, on this being indeterminate and indivisible, only tautologically: the being is the being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un modo tautológico

  • 4 de una forma tautológica

    Ex. To tell the truth, I may speak, on this being indeterminate and indivisible, only tautologically: the being is the being.
    * * *

    Ex: To tell the truth, I may speak, on this being indeterminate and indivisible, only tautologically: the being is the being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de una forma tautológica

  • 5 la verdad sea dicha

    to tell the truth
    * * *
    Ex. To tell the truth, I may speak, on this being indeterminate and indivisible, only tautologically: the being is the being.
    * * *

    Ex: To tell the truth, I may speak, on this being indeterminate and indivisible, only tautologically: the being is the being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > la verdad sea dicha

  • 6 ser humano

    m.
    human being, fellowman.
    * * *
    human being
    * * *
    (n.) = human being, human, human person
    Ex. McLuhan's observation is, I think, based upon an ongoing tension that exists between human beings and the world they live in.
    Ex. Intelligent agents are based on the concept of shared abilities and cooperative learning between humans and computers.
    Ex. It is essential to develop an understanding of the relation between phenomenological, epistemic, practical and social knowledge and its relation to the consciousness, questions, and practice of the human person.
    * * *
    (n.) = human being, human, human person

    Ex: McLuhan's observation is, I think, based upon an ongoing tension that exists between human beings and the world they live in.

    Ex: Intelligent agents are based on the concept of shared abilities and cooperative learning between humans and computers.
    Ex: It is essential to develop an understanding of the relation between phenomenological, epistemic, practical and social knowledge and its relation to the consciousness, questions, and practice of the human person.

    * * *
    human being

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser humano

  • 7 estado de una situación

    Ex. Basic data are raw facts that describe events or states of being.
    * * *

    Ex: Basic data are raw facts that describe events or states of being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estado de una situación

  • 8 seguir en existencia

    (v.) = remain + in being
    Ex. Proposals for revision are considered by the Joint Steering Committee which remains in being.
    * * *
    (v.) = remain + in being

    Ex: Proposals for revision are considered by the Joint Steering Committee which remains in being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > seguir en existencia

  • 9 ser más interno

    Ex. When people think about healthcare the thought is accompanied with a wince of pain stemming from the lower regions of their inner being!.
    * * *

    Ex: When people think about healthcare the thought is accompanied with a wince of pain stemming from the lower regions of their inner being!.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser más interno

  • 10 aparatos de vídeo

    Ex. With the spread of video equipment, an increasing number of visual media with local history content have come into being.
    * * *

    Ex: With the spread of video equipment, an increasing number of visual media with local history content have come into being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > aparatos de vídeo

  • 11 apoyarse en

    v.
    1 to lean on, to lean back against, to prop oneself against, to lean against.
    Se me apoyó en el carro He leaned on my car.
    2 to abut up against, to butt up against, to butt against, to abut against.
    3 to base oneself on, to be based on.
    4 to be based on, to be grounded on, to receive support from.
    * * *
    (v.) = lean on/upon, inform
    Ex. Stanton changed her position, and leaned her chin upon her hand.
    Ex. In so far as it embodies moral intelligence and psychic insight it may inform the moral will, be 'the soul of our moral being'.
    * * *
    (v.) = lean on/upon, inform

    Ex: Stanton changed her position, and leaned her chin upon her hand.

    Ex: In so far as it embodies moral intelligence and psychic insight it may inform the moral will, be 'the soul of our moral being'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > apoyarse en

  • 12 dar forma

    (v.) = become + cast, give + shape, shape, mould [mold, -USA], inform
    Ex. Any action that is repeated frequently become cast into a pattern which can be reproduced with an economy of effort which, ipso facto, is apprehended by its performer as a pattern.
    Ex. If his decision is to ask about his need, then it becomes necessary to give it a sharper intellectual shape, to describe it in words, and to formulate it as a question.
    Ex. A dynamic information centre has to satisfy 2 types of enquiry -- single requests for information and enquiries on standing order -- each contributing to and shaping the information network.
    Ex. For storytelling and reading aloud are performance arts: They involve a script (even when the words are improvised on the spot), an interpreter (the teller or reader), and an audience, and as in all performances, the audience plays a part in molding the finished work.
    Ex. In so far as it embodies moral intelligence and psychic insight it may inform the moral will, be 'the soul of our moral being'.
    * * *
    (v.) = become + cast, give + shape, shape, mould [mold, -USA], inform

    Ex: Any action that is repeated frequently become cast into a pattern which can be reproduced with an economy of effort which, ipso facto, is apprehended by its performer as a pattern.

    Ex: If his decision is to ask about his need, then it becomes necessary to give it a sharper intellectual shape, to describe it in words, and to formulate it as a question.
    Ex: A dynamic information centre has to satisfy 2 types of enquiry -- single requests for information and enquiries on standing order -- each contributing to and shaping the information network.
    Ex: For storytelling and reading aloud are performance arts: They involve a script (even when the words are improvised on the spot), an interpreter (the teller or reader), and an audience, and as in all performances, the audience plays a part in molding the finished work.
    Ex: In so far as it embodies moral intelligence and psychic insight it may inform the moral will, be 'the soul of our moral being'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dar forma

  • 13 equivocidad

    = ambiguity, equivocity.
    Ex. In pursuing brevity, however, care must be exercised to avoid ambiguity.
    Ex. And all the treatises of the Middle Ages are filled with long chapters on the univocity or equivocity of being.
    * * *
    = ambiguity, equivocity.

    Ex: In pursuing brevity, however, care must be exercised to avoid ambiguity.

    Ex: And all the treatises of the Middle Ages are filled with long chapters on the univocity or equivocity of being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > equivocidad

  • 14 huella ecológica

    (n.) = ecological imprint, ecological footprint
    Ex. The aviation industry uses environmentally-damaging fossil fuels free of taxation and we can no longer ignore its ecological imprint.
    Ex. An ecological footprint is the amount of productive land area required to sustain one human being.
    * * *
    (n.) = ecological imprint, ecological footprint

    Ex: The aviation industry uses environmentally-damaging fossil fuels free of taxation and we can no longer ignore its ecological imprint.

    Ex: An ecological footprint is the amount of productive land area required to sustain one human being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > huella ecológica

  • 15 inframundo

    m.
    underworld.
    * * *
    1 underworld
    * * *
    * * *
    Ex. These clients seek services not as drug abusers nor as criminals, but as war refugees from an underworld of violence and emotional deprivation.
    ----
    * criatura del inframundo = underworld being.
    * * *

    Ex: These clients seek services not as drug abusers nor as criminals, but as war refugees from an underworld of violence and emotional deprivation.

    * criatura del inframundo = underworld being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > inframundo

  • 16 medios visuales

    m.pl.
    visual aids.
    * * *
    Ex. With the spread of video equipment, an increasing number of visual media with local history content have come into being.
    * * *

    Ex: With the spread of video equipment, an increasing number of visual media with local history content have come into being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > medios visuales

  • 17 mejorar la productividad

    (v.) = improve + productivity
    Ex. Information and the skills to use it effectively have become critical to the tasks of raising the nation's skill base and improving productivity, competitiveness and personal well being.
    * * *
    (v.) = improve + productivity

    Ex: Information and the skills to use it effectively have become critical to the tasks of raising the nation's skill base and improving productivity, competitiveness and personal well being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mejorar la productividad

  • 18 persona que desprecia u odia

    (n.) = despiser
    Ex. What Anselmo maintains on matter of clergy's celibacy, sin of sodomy, monk's and nun's vows of chastity, and about the marriage shows nevertheless that he was not a despiser of the human being.
    * * *
    (n.) = despiser

    Ex: What Anselmo maintains on matter of clergy's celibacy, sin of sodomy, monk's and nun's vows of chastity, and about the marriage shows nevertheless that he was not a despiser of the human being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > persona que desprecia u odia

  • 19 serpiente constrictora

    Ex. The common boa constrictor has never been demonstrated to have ever killed a human being.
    * * *

    Ex: The common boa constrictor has never been demonstrated to have ever killed a human being.

    Spanish-English dictionary > serpiente constrictora

  • 20 servir de apoyo a

    (v.) = inform
    Ex. In so far as it embodies moral intelligence and psychic insight it may inform the moral will, be 'the soul of our moral being'.
    * * *
    (v.) = inform

    Ex: In so far as it embodies moral intelligence and psychic insight it may inform the moral will, be 'the soul of our moral being'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > servir de apoyo a

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