Translation: from spanish

he's in London

  • 1 London

    m.
    1 London, John Griffith Chaney.
    2 London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > London

  • 2 Jack London

    m.
    Jack London, John Griffith Chaney.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Jack London

  • 3 Londres

    m.
    1 London.
    2 Outer London.
    * * *
    1 London
    * * *
    * * *
    masculino London
    * * *
    = London.
    Ex. French technology was inadequate for the further development of Robert's machine, however, and Didot, who had an English brother-in-law, brought the model to London in 1801, where he secured the backing of the brothers Henry and Sealy Fourdrinier, wholesale stationers.
    ----
    * área metropolitana de Londres, el = Greater London.
    * centro de Londres = Inner London.
    * City de Londres, la = the City.
    * condados de alrededor de Londres, los = home counties, the.
    * conurbación de Londres, la = Greater London.
    * Región Bibliotecaria de Londres y el Sudeste (LASER) = London and South Eastern Library Region (LASER).
    * * *
    masculino London
    * * *

    Ex: French technology was inadequate for the further development of Robert's machine, however, and Didot, who had an English brother-in-law, brought the model to London in 1801, where he secured the backing of the brothers Henry and Sealy Fourdrinier, wholesale stationers.

    * área metropolitana de Londres, el = Greater London.
    * centro de Londres = Inner London.
    * City de Londres, la = the City.
    * condados de alrededor de Londres, los = home counties, the.
    * conurbación de Londres, la = Greater London.
    * Región Bibliotecaria de Londres y el Sudeste (LASER) = London and South Eastern Library Region (LASER).

    * * *
    London
    * * *

    Londres sustantivo masculino
    London
    Londres sustantivo femenino London
    ' Londres' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    ir
    - tirarse
    - andar
    - distancia
    - domicilio
    - estar
    - propiamente
    - telefonear
    English:
    central
    - city
    - Cockney
    - connected
    - flat
    - go
    - have
    - leave behind
    - LIBOR
    - lie
    - London
    - previous
    - pros and cons
    - put in
    - should
    - some
    - west
    - Downing Street
    - east
    - ever
    - home
    - not
    - other
    - outside
    - since
    - when
    * * *
    London
    * * *
    m London

    Spanish-English dictionary > Londres

  • 4 London, Canadá

    f.
    London, Canada, London.
    m.
    London, Canada, London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > London, Canadá

  • 5 Time Out

    Ex. A unique area of information supplied by Time Out is a regular list of meetings, demonstrations and publications in London.
    * * *

    Ex: A unique area of information supplied by Time Out is a regular list of meetings, demonstrations and publications in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Time Out

  • 6 a medio vestir

    (adj.) = half dressed
    Ex. She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.
    * * *
    (adj.) = half dressed

    Ex: She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a medio vestir

  • 7 con cara de cansado

    (adj.) = bleary-eyed
    Ex. She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.
    * * *
    (adj.) = bleary-eyed

    Ex: She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con cara de cansado

  • 8 con cara de sueño

    (adj.) = bleary-eyed
    Ex. She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.
    * * *
    (adj.) = bleary-eyed

    Ex: She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con cara de sueño

  • 9 con los ojos hinchados

    (adj.) = bleary-eyed
    Ex. She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.
    * * *
    (adj.) = bleary-eyed

    Ex: She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con los ojos hinchados

  • 10 en manos de

    Ex. To this end printing presses were limited in number and, with the exception of the university presses, were concentrated in the hands of the guild in London.
    * * *

    Ex: To this end printing presses were limited in number and, with the exception of the university presses, were concentrated in the hands of the guild in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en manos de

  • 11 encontrar alojamiento

    v.
    to find a place to stay, to find accommodation.
    * * *
    (v.) = find + a home
    Ex. This service concentrated on helping people to purchase houses and to find jobs and homes outside London.
    * * *
    (v.) = find + a home

    Ex: This service concentrated on helping people to purchase houses and to find jobs and homes outside London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > encontrar alojamiento

  • 12 encontrar casa

    (v.) = find + a home
    Ex. This service concentrated on helping people to purchase houses and to find jobs and homes outside London.
    * * *
    (v.) = find + a home

    Ex: This service concentrated on helping people to purchase houses and to find jobs and homes outside London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > encontrar casa

  • 13 encontrar trabajo

    v.
    to find work, to find a job.
    * * *
    (v.) = find + a job
    Ex. This service concentrated on helping people to purchase houses and to find jobs and homes outside London.
    * * *
    (v.) = find + a job

    Ex: This service concentrated on helping people to purchase houses and to find jobs and homes outside London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > encontrar trabajo

  • 14 medio adormilado

    (adj.) = bleary-eyed
    Ex. She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.
    * * *
    (adj.) = bleary-eyed

    Ex: She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > medio adormilado

  • 15 medio despierto

    (adj.) = drowsily, groggily, bleary-eyed
    Ex. Drowsily he slithered out of bed, opened his closet door and got dressed like he had done every morning before.
    Ex. As he groggily pulled the sweat-soaked sheet from his body, he rolled his head sideways to see the clock radio displaying 7:00 a.m.
    Ex. She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.
    * * *
    (adj.) = drowsily, groggily, bleary-eyed

    Ex: Drowsily he slithered out of bed, opened his closet door and got dressed like he had done every morning before.

    Ex: As he groggily pulled the sweat-soaked sheet from his body, he rolled his head sideways to see the clock radio displaying 7:00 a.m.
    Ex: She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > medio despierto

  • 16 medio vestido

    (adj.) = partly dressed, half dressed
    Ex. He certainly invaded her privacy by using a telephoto lens to photograph her inside her home when she was topless or partly dressed.
    Ex. She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.
    * * *
    (adj.) = partly dressed, half dressed

    Ex: He certainly invaded her privacy by using a telephoto lens to photograph her inside her home when she was topless or partly dressed.

    Ex: She was seen Sunday morning at 6 AM, only half dressed, barefoot and bleary-eyed outside a friend's house in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > medio vestido

  • 17 oficina central

    f.
    head office, headquarters, main office, central office.
    * * *
    (n.) = headquarters (HQ -abrev.-), head office
    Ex. These libraries located in villages and hamlets were, and still are, organized from a county headquarters (HQ), normally sited in their nearest county town.
    Ex. In the United Kingdom most publishing houses have their head office in London.
    * * *
    (n.) = headquarters (HQ -abrev.-), head office

    Ex: These libraries located in villages and hamlets were, and still are, organized from a county headquarters (HQ), normally sited in their nearest county town.

    Ex: In the United Kingdom most publishing houses have their head office in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > oficina central

  • 18 ser de número limitado

    Ex. To this end printing presses were limited in number and, with the exception of the university presses, were concentrated in the hands of the guild in London.
    * * *

    Ex: To this end printing presses were limited in number and, with the exception of the university presses, were concentrated in the hands of the guild in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ser de número limitado

  • 19 tener una idea de

    (v.) = gain + idea of
    Ex. To gain an idea of the fineness of detail necessary to produce the circuit elements on the chip, imagine a map of the British Isles showing sufficient detail to identify even the narrowest side-street in London.
    * * *
    (v.) = gain + idea of

    Ex: To gain an idea of the fineness of detail necessary to produce the circuit elements on the chip, imagine a map of the British Isles showing sufficient detail to identify even the narrowest side-street in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener una idea de

  • 20 Cuerno de Africa, el

    = Horn of Africa, the
    Ex. Adults who can receive it via satellite dish listen to the BBC Somali Service broadcast to the Horn of Africa in London.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Cuerno de Africa, el

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