Translation: from spanish

in my books

  • 1 books

    books

    Vocabulario Castellano-Catalán > books

  • 2 libro antiguo

    (n.) = old book, antiquarian book, rare book
    Ex. The future of old libraries lies not only in their history but in the presence of old books which are an indispensable source for research into the humanities.
    Ex. The author offers some general reflections about book buying and bookselling in the field of antiquarian books in the UK in the 1980s.
    Ex. Rare books, certain large size books, e.g. atlases and collections of photographs, expensive books, out of print and irreplaceable works can all come into the category of 'reference books'.
    * * *
    (n.) = old book, antiquarian book, rare book

    Ex: The future of old libraries lies not only in their history but in the presence of old books which are an indispensable source for research into the humanities.

    Ex: The author offers some general reflections about book buying and bookselling in the field of antiquarian books in the UK in the 1980s.
    Ex: Rare books, certain large size books, e.g. atlases and collections of photographs, expensive books, out of print and irreplaceable works can all come into the category of 'reference books'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > libro antiguo

  • 3 en gran formato

    (adj.) = oversize, oversized
    Ex. The reference books are normally left separate from the lending stock and the oversize books may be shelved separately from the normal-sized stock.
    Ex. Oversized nonbook materials are then treated in the same manner as oversized books, specialized materials in the same manner as reference books.
    * * *
    (adj.) = oversize, oversized

    Ex: The reference books are normally left separate from the lending stock and the oversize books may be shelved separately from the normal-sized stock.

    Ex: Oversized nonbook materials are then treated in the same manner as oversized books, specialized materials in the same manner as reference books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en gran formato

  • 4 libro raro

    (n.) = rare book
    Ex. Rare books, certain large size books, e.g. atlases and collections of photographs, expensive books, out of print and irreplaceable works can all come into the category of 'reference books'.
    * * *
    (n.) = rare book

    Ex: Rare books, certain large size books, e.g. atlases and collections of photographs, expensive books, out of print and irreplaceable works can all come into the category of 'reference books'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > libro raro

  • 5 comercialización del libro

    (n.) = bookselling [book selling]
    Ex. Without going into too much detail and thus ending up writing a textbook on bookselling, it is important to note that in the United Kingdom there are two sorts of new books sold and these are called 'net books' and 'non-net books'.
    * * *
    (n.) = bookselling [book selling]

    Ex: Without going into too much detail and thus ending up writing a textbook on bookselling, it is important to note that in the United Kingdom there are two sorts of new books sold and these are called 'net books' and 'non-net books'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > comercialización del libro

  • 6 libro con precio de venta no fijado

    (n.) = non-net book
    Ex. Without going into too much detail and thus ending up writing a textbook on bookselling, it is important to note that in the United Kingdom there are two sorts of new books sold and these are called 'net books' and ' non-net books'.
    * * *

    Ex: Without going into too much detail and thus ending up writing a textbook on bookselling, it is important to note that in the United Kingdom there are two sorts of new books sold and these are called 'net books' and ' non-net books'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > libro con precio de venta no fijado

  • 7 libro de navegación

    Ex. He had access to a small library imported by sea and consisting of charts, books of navigation, some Portuguese books, Bible, and popish prayer books.
    * * *

    Ex: He had access to a small library imported by sea and consisting of charts, books of navigation, some Portuguese books, Bible, and popish prayer books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > libro de navegación

  • 8 material impreso

    m.
    printed matter.
    * * *
    (n.) = print, print media, print material, offline material, printed material
    Ex. Other items are print and these include maps, charts, posters, and others are non-print.
    Ex. The studies also revealed that the research journals received highest credibility among print media for information gathering by the scientists followed by books.
    Ex. In a perfect world, what would you personally do with the print material that your library designates for weeding?.
    Ex. Practices that work books and other offline materials do not always translate directly to online materials.
    Ex. The second part of the project addressed the current options for digitising printed material in the form of books.
    * * *
    (n.) = print, print media, print material, offline material, printed material

    Ex: Other items are print and these include maps, charts, posters, and others are non-print.

    Ex: The studies also revealed that the research journals received highest credibility among print media for information gathering by the scientists followed by books.
    Ex: In a perfect world, what would you personally do with the print material that your library designates for weeding?.
    Ex: Practices that work books and other offline materials do not always translate directly to online materials.
    Ex: The second part of the project addressed the current options for digitising printed material in the form of books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > material impreso

  • 9 préstamo de libros

    (n.) = book lending, checking out books
    Ex. Rules and conditions concerning book lending are the most important items in a library's statute book, binding the reader by specific obligations in the process of borrowing books.
    Ex. Many people believe that librarian activity centers around checking out books.
    * * *
    (n.) = book lending, checking out books

    Ex: Rules and conditions concerning book lending are the most important items in a library's statute book, binding the reader by specific obligations in the process of borrowing books.

    Ex: Many people believe that librarian activity centers around checking out books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > préstamo de libros

  • 10 vender al por mayor

    to sell wholesale, wholesale
    * * *
    (v.) = sell + in bulk, wholesale
    Ex. The only books, therefore, which are normally sold 'non-net' are educational books sold in bulk to schools, for which suppliers are allowed to negotiate special prices.
    Ex. In the sixteenth century the English book trade was centred in London, and consisted chiefly of publishers (usually operating in small syndicates) who wholesaled their own books.
    * * *
    (v.) = sell + in bulk, wholesale

    Ex: The only books, therefore, which are normally sold 'non-net' are educational books sold in bulk to schools, for which suppliers are allowed to negotiate special prices.

    Ex: In the sixteenth century the English book trade was centred in London, and consisted chiefly of publishers (usually operating in small syndicates) who wholesaled their own books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vender al por mayor

  • 11 venta de libros

    (n.) = bookselling [book selling]
    Ex. Without going into too much detail and thus ending up writing a textbook on bookselling, it is important to note that in the United Kingdom there are two sorts of new books sold and these are called 'net books' and 'non-net books'.
    * * *
    (n.) = bookselling [book selling]

    Ex: Without going into too much detail and thus ending up writing a textbook on bookselling, it is important to note that in the United Kingdom there are two sorts of new books sold and these are called 'net books' and 'non-net books'.

    Spanish-English dictionary > venta de libros

  • 12 vida útil

    f.
    useful life, estimated life, working life, effective life.
    * * *
    (n.) = lifetime [life time], life expectancy, lifespan [life span], useful life, shelf life, service life
    Ex. Bibliography and Library science reflect the changes that took place in Bliss's lifetime.
    Ex. This article discusses the life expectancy of paperback books in academic libraries.
    Ex. This article discusses the lifespan of photographic film and warns about processing and duplicating methods = Este artículo trata de la vida útil de las películas fotográficas y advierte sobre los métodos de procesamiento y duplicado.
    Ex. The method is based on the useful life of books and their original cost.
    Ex. The research concluded that the best way to extend shelf life was by using traditional binding.
    Ex. The author discusses how t might be possible to extrapolate these results to produce estimates of the service life of library books.
    * * *
    (n.) = lifetime [life time], life expectancy, lifespan [life span], useful life, shelf life, service life

    Ex: Bibliography and Library science reflect the changes that took place in Bliss's lifetime.

    Ex: This article discusses the life expectancy of paperback books in academic libraries.
    Ex: This article discusses the lifespan of photographic film and warns about processing and duplicating methods = Este artículo trata de la vida útil de las películas fotográficas y advierte sobre los métodos de procesamiento y duplicado.
    Ex: The method is based on the useful life of books and their original cost.
    Ex: The research concluded that the best way to extend shelf life was by using traditional binding.
    Ex: The author discusses how t might be possible to extrapolate these results to produce estimates of the service life of library books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vida útil

  • 13 Ladybird

    Ex. A child's very first books may consist only of illustrations and text describing familiar incidents, as the first ' Ladybird' books do.
    * * *

    Ex: A child's very first books may consist only of illustrations and text describing familiar incidents, as the first ' Ladybird' books do.

    Spanish-English dictionary > Ladybird

  • 14 a la carta

    à la carte
    * * *
    Ex. The article 'Table d'Hote and a la carte: Collecting rare science books' examines historically the methodology of collection development in collections of rare science books.
    * * *

    Ex: The article 'Table d'Hote and a la carte: Collecting rare science books' examines historically the methodology of collection development in collections of rare science books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a la carta

  • 15 búsqueda de datos

    (n.) = fact-finding
    Ex. Because books are so often used as a means of instruction, of fact-finding and didacticism, children too often come to suppose that this is the sole nature and purpose of all books.
    * * *

    Ex: Because books are so often used as a means of instruction, of fact-finding and didacticism, children too often come to suppose that this is the sole nature and purpose of all books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > búsqueda de datos

  • 16 despertar interés

    (v.) = arouse + interest, attract + interest, raise + interest, spark + interest
    Ex. A series of regular exhibitions has aroused the interest of the public and the collection is steadily increasing as donations are received.
    Ex. The effect of acid rain on the environment and cultural objects have attracted considerable interest in recent years.
    Ex. I might also use some information from it to help raise interest.
    Ex. Even if the wrong books are occasionally chosen the awards spark interest and intellectual involvement in children's books.
    * * *
    (v.) = arouse + interest, attract + interest, raise + interest, spark + interest

    Ex: A series of regular exhibitions has aroused the interest of the public and the collection is steadily increasing as donations are received.

    Ex: The effect of acid rain on the environment and cultural objects have attracted considerable interest in recent years.
    Ex: I might also use some information from it to help raise interest.
    Ex: Even if the wrong books are occasionally chosen the awards spark interest and intellectual involvement in children's books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > despertar interés

  • 17 dos semanas

    f.pl.
    two weeks, fortnight.
    * * *
    (n.) = fortnight
    Ex. A library of approximately 750 books was set up and a librarian visited the rig by helicopter once a fortnight to bring new books.
    * * *
    (n.) = fortnight

    Ex: A library of approximately 750 books was set up and a librarian visited the rig by helicopter once a fortnight to bring new books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dos semanas

  • 18 en grandes cantidades

    = en masse, in good number, in record numbers, in bulk
    Ex. Browsing time provided in school is the only way many children will ever become familiar with books en masse.
    Ex. A new book on cookery or gardening by a well-known writer in the field might well sell in good numbers on publication.
    Ex. In fact, recent data shows that the majority of mid-sized and larger firms are making lateral hiring in record numbers.
    Ex. They were, first, the replacement of the traditional process of building up a binding for each book in turn by the speedier prefabrication in bulk of complete binding cases which were attached subsequently to the sewn and cut books.
    * * *
    = en masse, in good number, in record numbers, in bulk

    Ex: Browsing time provided in school is the only way many children will ever become familiar with books en masse.

    Ex: A new book on cookery or gardening by a well-known writer in the field might well sell in good numbers on publication.
    Ex: In fact, recent data shows that the majority of mid-sized and larger firms are making lateral hiring in record numbers.
    Ex: They were, first, the replacement of the traditional process of building up a binding for each book in turn by the speedier prefabrication in bulk of complete binding cases which were attached subsequently to the sewn and cut books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en grandes cantidades

  • 19 imagen comercial

    (n.) = brand image
    Ex. Oxford University Press have been very successful in establishing their ' brand image' with the Oxford dictionaries which have distinguished editors of impeccable qualifications but the books are still marketed primarily as Oxford books.
    * * *

    Ex: Oxford University Press have been very successful in establishing their ' brand image' with the Oxford dictionaries which have distinguished editors of impeccable qualifications but the books are still marketed primarily as Oxford books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > imagen comercial

  • 20 libro litográfico

    Ex. Attention is given to the visual attributes of these early lithographed books and to the ways in which they differ from those of letterpress books.
    * * *

    Ex: Attention is given to the visual attributes of these early lithographed books and to the ways in which they differ from those of letterpress books.

    Spanish-English dictionary > libro litográfico

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