Translation: from spanish

if ever

  • 1 en toda la vida

    • ever

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > en toda la vida

  • 2 más ... que nunca antes

    = more... than ever before, more than ever before, more than ever
    Ex. Today the environment is changing more quickly than ever before, driven by technological change.
    Ex. The unavoidable conclusion of all this is that more than ever before young people are seeking to escape from the academic environment and move out into the world as soon as possible.
    Ex. In the Year of the Young Reader, booksellers and librarians should form a lobby through which they can become a stronger, more unified force than ever.
    * * *
    = more... than ever before, more than ever before, more than ever

    Ex: Today the environment is changing more quickly than ever before, driven by technological change.

    Ex: The unavoidable conclusion of all this is that more than ever before young people are seeking to escape from the academic environment and move out into the world as soon as possible.
    Ex: In the Year of the Young Reader, booksellers and librarians should form a lobby through which they can become a stronger, more unified force than ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más ... que nunca antes

  • 3 per saecula saeculorum

    locución adverbial until the end of time, for ever and ever
    * * *
    locución adverbial until the end of time, for ever and ever
    * * *
    until the end of time, for ever and ever
    ¿te crees que se va a jubilar? — no, va a estar ahí per saecula saeculorum do you think he's going to retire? — no, he'll be there till the end of time o for ever and ever amen ( hum)
    * * *
    Formal for ever and ever

    Spanish-English dictionary > per saecula saeculorum

  • 4 más que nunca

    more than ever
    * * *
    = more than ever before, more than ever
    Ex. The unavoidable conclusion of all this is that more than ever before young people are seeking to escape from the academic environment and move out into the world as soon as possible.
    Ex. In the Year of the Young Reader, booksellers and librarians should form a lobby through which they can become a stronger, more unified force than ever.
    * * *
    = more than ever before, more than ever

    Ex: The unavoidable conclusion of all this is that more than ever before young people are seeking to escape from the academic environment and move out into the world as soon as possible.

    Ex: In the Year of the Young Reader, booksellers and librarians should form a lobby through which they can become a stronger, more unified force than ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > más que nunca

  • 5 tan + Adjetivo + como de costumbre

    = as + Adjetivo + as ever
    Ex. In this live peformance video, Joan Sutherland's coloratura is as deft as ever.
    * * *
    = as + Adjetivo + as ever

    Ex: In this live peformance video, Joan Sutherland's coloratura is as deft as ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tan + Adjetivo + como de costumbre

  • 6 tan + Adjetivo + como siempre

    = as + Adjetivo + as ever
    Ex. In this live peformance video, Joan Sutherland's coloratura is as deft as ever.
    * * *
    = as + Adjetivo + as ever

    Ex: In this live peformance video, Joan Sutherland's coloratura is as deft as ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tan + Adjetivo + como siempre

  • 7 tanto como siempre

    Ex. Prose and poetry, novels and plays, essays and biographies I enjoy them all as much as ever.
    * * *

    Ex: Prose and poetry, novels and plays, essays and biographies I enjoy them all as much as ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tanto como siempre

  • 8 cautivado

    adj.
    captivated, entranced, enchanted, enthralled.
    past part.
    past participle of spanish verb: cautivar.
    * * *
    = spellbound, enamoured [enamored, -USA].
    Ex. Here was a world and a collection of people so strange that I was spellbound with fascination, as an explorer might stand staring at a new land and an alien people = Me encontraba ante un mundo y una colección de gente tan extraña que me sentía embelesado, como un explorador al contemplar una nueva tierra y una gente diferente.
    Ex. She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.
    * * *
    = spellbound, enamoured [enamored, -USA].

    Ex: Here was a world and a collection of people so strange that I was spellbound with fascination, as an explorer might stand staring at a new land and an alien people = Me encontraba ante un mundo y una colección de gente tan extraña que me sentía embelesado, como un explorador al contemplar una nueva tierra y una gente diferente.

    Ex: She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > cautivado

  • 9 descanso eterno

    m.
    heavenly rest, eternal rest, Heaven.
    * * *
    eternal rest
    * * *
    (n.) = eternal rest
    Ex. Now, 30 years later and a decade after winning the Nobel Peace prize, he seems closer to his eternal rest than ever.
    * * *

    Ex: Now, 30 years later and a decade after winning the Nobel Peace prize, he seems closer to his eternal rest than ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > descanso eterno

  • 10 ejecución brillante

    f.
    bravura.
    * * *
    Ex. The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
    * * *

    Ex: The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ejecución brillante

  • 11 florituras vocales

    (n.) = coloratura
    Ex. In this live peformance video, Joan Sutherland's coloratura is as deft as ever.
    * * *
    (n.) = coloratura

    Ex: In this live peformance video, Joan Sutherland's coloratura is as deft as ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > florituras vocales

  • 12 formar un grupo de presión

    (v.) = form + lobby
    Ex. In the Year of the Young Reader, booksellers and librarians should form a lobby through which they can become a stronger, more unified force than ever.
    * * *
    (v.) = form + lobby

    Ex: In the Year of the Young Reader, booksellers and librarians should form a lobby through which they can become a stronger, more unified force than ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > formar un grupo de presión

  • 13 pasarlo a lo grande

    (v.) = have + a ball, have + a whale of a time
    Ex. We had a ball at the weekend event, especially while hanging out with friends such as Willis.
    Ex. She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a ball, have + a whale of a time

    Ex: We had a ball at the weekend event, especially while hanging out with friends such as Willis.

    Ex: She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasarlo a lo grande

  • 14 pasarlo bomba

    to have a whale of a time
    * * *
    (v.) = be a great time, have + a whale of a time
    Ex. That was also the conference where we presented her with a leather jacket... it was a great time.
    Ex. She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.
    * * *
    (v.) = be a great time, have + a whale of a time

    Ex: That was also the conference where we presented her with a leather jacket... it was a great time.

    Ex: She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasarlo bomba

  • 15 pasarlo en grande

    familiar to have a great time
    * * *
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a ball, have + a whale of a time
    Ex. We had a ball at the weekend event, especially while hanging out with friends such as Willis.
    Ex. She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a ball, have + a whale of a time

    Ex: We had a ball at the weekend event, especially while hanging out with friends such as Willis.

    Ex: She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasarlo en grande

  • 16 pasarlo genial

    (v.) = have + a whale of a time
    Ex. She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a whale of a time

    Ex: She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasarlo genial

  • 17 pasarlo pipa

    familiar to have a brilliant time, have a ball
    * * *
    *to have a great time*
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a whale of a time
    Ex. She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a whale of a time

    Ex: She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasarlo pipa

  • 18 pasárselo fabuloso

    (v.) = have + a good time, have + a great time, have + a whale of a time
    Ex. And no matter how set everyone is to have a good time, it is difficult to do more than make the cheerful best of things if the picnic is held, for some crazy reason, on a stinking garbage dump in pouring rain.
    Ex. The author describes a three-day outing to Wales in which he hiked, camped, participated in rock climbing and abseiling, and had a great time.
    Ex. She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a good time, have + a great time, have + a whale of a time

    Ex: And no matter how set everyone is to have a good time, it is difficult to do more than make the cheerful best of things if the picnic is held, for some crazy reason, on a stinking garbage dump in pouring rain.

    Ex: The author describes a three-day outing to Wales in which he hiked, camped, participated in rock climbing and abseiling, and had a great time.
    Ex: She was having a whale of a time, spoilt rotten by her friends, and so enamoured of the beach that she wanted to stay there for ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > pasárselo fabuloso

  • 19 tono ligero

    (n.) = light touch
    Ex. The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
    * * *

    Ex: The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tono ligero

  • 20 tono superficial

    (n.) = light touch
    Ex. The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.
    * * *

    Ex: The film's supple structure, surprisingly light touch, and bravura performances make it perhaps the most fully formed, half-hearted goof ever.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tono superficial

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