Translation: from spanish

of the period

  • 1 punto de acceso

    (n.) = access point, entry point, entry term, index entry, retrieval access, search key, access point, service point, point of access, entrance point
    Ex. This access is achieved by organising the tools so that a user may search under a specific access point or heading or index term, for example, subject term, author, name, title, date.
    Ex. UNIBID has less redundancy and covers more types of bibliographic material than UNIMARC, whereas the latter probably has more entry points for catalogue headings.
    Ex. These instructions codes convert the operators into machine-readable manipulation codes, and show which terms are to be used as entry term.
    Ex. All index entries and references in a PRECIS index are derived from an indexing string.
    Ex. Much more important, however, is the fact that an online catalog contains many more retrieval accesses than a catalog based on the Paris Principles and is therefore a far more effective tool from the user's point of view.
    Ex. Typically some parts of records can be searched and their elements used as search keys.
    Ex. Such libraries act as access points to the full range of resources that are housed in the central libraries with which they are linked.
    Ex. One of the greatest assets that libraries possess as potential hosts for community information services is their extensive network of service points.
    Ex. Simplifying the filing rules and adding more points of access are exactly what we need.
    Ex. Written in engaging, lively prose, the biography might offer an accessible entrance point into 17th-century studies for scholars new to the period.
    * * *
    (n.) = access point, entry point, entry term, index entry, retrieval access, search key, access point, service point, point of access, entrance point

    Ex: This access is achieved by organising the tools so that a user may search under a specific access point or heading or index term, for example, subject term, author, name, title, date.

    Ex: UNIBID has less redundancy and covers more types of bibliographic material than UNIMARC, whereas the latter probably has more entry points for catalogue headings.
    Ex: These instructions codes convert the operators into machine-readable manipulation codes, and show which terms are to be used as entry term.
    Ex: All index entries and references in a PRECIS index are derived from an indexing string.
    Ex: Much more important, however, is the fact that an online catalog contains many more retrieval accesses than a catalog based on the Paris Principles and is therefore a far more effective tool from the user's point of view.
    Ex: Typically some parts of records can be searched and their elements used as search keys.
    Ex: Such libraries act as access points to the full range of resources that are housed in the central libraries with which they are linked.
    Ex: One of the greatest assets that libraries possess as potential hosts for community information services is their extensive network of service points.
    Ex: Simplifying the filing rules and adding more points of access are exactly what we need.
    Ex: Written in engaging, lively prose, the biography might offer an accessible entrance point into 17th-century studies for scholars new to the period.

    Spanish-English dictionary > punto de acceso

  • 2 tener paciencia de

    • have the opportunity to
    • have the period

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > tener paciencia de

  • 3 comienzo del período

    • beginning of the period

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > comienzo del período

  • 4 de fin de ejercicio

    • end-of-the-period

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de fin de ejercicio

  • 5 de fin de período

    • end-of-the-period

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de fin de período

  • 6 inicio del período

    • beginning of the period

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > inicio del período

  • 7 período

    m.
    1 period, period of time, length of time, time.
    2 period, epoch, age.
    3 period, menses, menstruation period, menstruation.
    4 period, cycle.
    5 stage in a process, stadium.
    * * *
    1 period
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    noun m.
    * * *
    periodo masculino
    1)
    a) ( de tiempo) period
    b) (Geol, Mat, Fís) period
    2) ( menstruación) period
    * * *
    periodo masculino
    1)
    a) ( de tiempo) period
    b) (Geol, Mat, Fís) period
    2) ( menstruación) period
    * * *
    período1
    1 = period, phase, stage, term, chapter, interregnum, span, spell, stint, stretch.

    Ex: Library use declines during the June-October period when examinations have finished and the students are on vacation.

    Ex: This planning phase involves moving from a vague impression that a thesaurus might be useful to a fairly precise profile for the thesaurus.
    Ex: The first stage in the choice of access points must be the definition of an author.
    Ex: The board consists of seven members elected by popular ballot for three-year terms.
    Ex: The late 18th century heyday of aristocratic libraries was a brief but important chapter in Hungarian library history.
    Ex: In American higher education the interregnum between world wars was a time of drift and disappointment.
    Ex: The disc held an 18-month span of data from CAB ABSTRACTS.
    Ex: The outstanding example is Ian Sillitoe, who started writing seriously only after reading undisturbed during a lengthy spell in hospital.
    Ex: Evidence for identification is rarely available, but in a few cases very full printers' records have survived in which individual stints are accounted for.
    Ex: After all, who has not felt dog-tired and drained, sometimes for long stretches, at one time or another?.
    * breve período de tiempo = while.
    * durante este período = in the course of events, during the course of events.
    * durante largos períodos de tiempo = over long periods of time.
    * durante un largo período de tiempo = over a long time scale, over a long period of time, for a long period of time, over a long period.
    * durante un período de + Expresión Temporal = over a period of + Expresión Temporal.
    * durante un período de prueba = on a trial basis.
    * durante un período de tiempo = for a number of years.
    * durante un periodo de tiempo determinado = over a period of time.
    * durante un período de tiempo indefinido = over an indefinite period of time, over an indefinite span of time.
    * durante un período indefinido = for an indefinite period.
    * en el período penoso de = in the throes of.
    * en el período previo a = in the run up to, during the run up to.
    * en este período = in the course of events, during the course of events.
    * en período de = in the throes of.
    * en período de desarrollo = in ascendancy.
    * en un corto período de tiempo = in a short period of time.
    * en un período de = at a time of.
    * en un período de transición = in a period of transition.
    * en un período más o menos lejano = in the near future, in the near future.
    * largos períodos de tiempo = long periods of time.
    * madre en período de lactancia = nursing mother.
    * mujer en período de lactancia = nursing woman.
    * pasar por un período de = go through + a period of.
    * período bajo = dry spell.
    * período culminante = peak period.
    * período de baja actividad = dry spell.
    * período de calma = lull.
    * período de cinco años = five-year period, period of five years.
    * período de cobertura = date of coverage, period of coverage.
    * período de cultivo = growing season.
    * período de descanso = rest time.
    * período de descuento por inscripción anticipada = early bird period.
    * período de entreguerras, el = interwar period, the.
    * período de espera = waiting period.
    * período de estancamiento = plateau [plateaux, -pl.].
    * período de financiación = funding period.
    * periodo de gracia = grace period, time of grace.
    * período de inactividad = doldrums.
    * período de incubación = incubation period.
    * período de la prensa manual, el = hand-press period, the.
    * período de la prensa mecánica, el = machine-press period, the.
    * período de lluvia = wet spell.
    * periodo de mandato = period of office.
    * período de mayor demanda = peak time.
    * período de McCarthy, el = McCarthy period, the.
    * período de observación = observation period.
    * período de poca actividad = slack time, slack period, slack activity time.
    * período de prácticas = work placement, training attachment.
    * período de prácticas en centros = practicum.
    * período de prácticas en la industria = industrial placement.
    * período de prueba = probationary period, trial period, trial run, probation, period of probation, probation period.
    * período de recortes presupuestarios = budget-slashing times.
    * período de reflexión = cooling-off period.
    * período de sequía = dry spell.
    * período de servicio = tour of duty.
    * período de tiempo = amount of time, time, time frame [timeframe], time lapse, time period, time span [time-span], time slot, period of time, date range.
    * período de vacaciones = vacation period.
    * período de validez = period of validity.
    * período de vigencia = time span [time-span].
    * período de votación = balloting period.
    * período escolar = school days.
    * período glacial = ice age.
    * periodo histórico = historical period.
    * período medieval = mediaeval period [medieval period, -USA], mediaeval times [medieval times, -USA].
    * período positivo = bonanza.
    * período previo = run-up.
    * período previo a la lectura = prereading.
    * período seco = dry spell.
    * período transitorio = transitional period, transition period.
    * período ventajoso = bonanza.
    * por un período de tiempo limitado = on a short-term basis.
    * préstamo de periodo fijo = fixed date loan period.
    * trabajar durante un período de tiempo = serve + stint.
    * un período de = a stretch of.
    * un período determinado = a frozen moment in time.
    * un periodo intenso de = a flurry of.

    período2
    2 = period.

    Ex: The debate on whether or not a woman can get pregnant during her period has been going on for decades now.

    * del período = menstrual.

    * * *
    período, periodo
    A
    1 (de tiempo) period
    un período de prueba de tres meses a three-month trial period
    el período de entreguerras the period o the time o the years between the wars
    2 ( Geol) period
    3 ( Mat) period
    4 ( Fís) period
    Compuestos:
    waiting period
    half-life
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    Multiple Entries:
    periodo    
    período
    período,
    ◊ periodo sustantivo masculino

    period
    periodo, período sustantivo masculino
    1 (espacio de tiempo) period
    2 (menstruación) tener el periodo, to have one's period
    periodo, período sustantivo masculino
    1 (espacio de tiempo) period
    2 (menstruación) tener el periodo, to have one's period

    ' período' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    alquilar
    - antigüedad
    - clásica
    - clásico
    - confinamiento
    - día
    - durante
    - edad
    - entrada
    - entrado
    - época
    - era
    - espacio
    - glacial
    - mandato
    - mediar
    - momento
    - periodo
    - racha
    - restaurar
    - sementera
    - tarde
    - trienio
    - última
    - último
    - vida
    - abrir
    - ampliación
    - ampliar
    - año
    - aprendizaje
    - atravesar
    - auge
    - convocatoria
    - de
    - detenido
    - dividir
    - entrar
    - entretiempo
    - espera
    - hora
    - infancia
    - ir
    - lactancia
    - reemplazar
    - reemplazo
    - relajar
    - semana
    - siglo
    - temporada
    English:
    age
    - day
    - downtime
    - engagement
    - for
    - lapse
    - lead-up
    - lean
    - live through
    - midterm
    - out
    - pay out
    - period
    - probation
    - residence
    - short
    - solid
    - spell
    - spread
    - stint
    - stretch
    - tenancy
    - term
    - time
    - tour
    - transition
    - trial
    - unbroken
    - grow
    - interim
    - life
    - lull
    - run
    - sabbatical
    * * *
    periodo, período nm
    1. [espacio de tiempo] period;
    el primer periodo [de partido] the first half
    periodo contable accounting period;
    periodo de gestación gestation period;
    Com periodo de gracia days of grace;
    periodo de incubación incubation period;
    periodo de prueba trial period;
    Ind periodo de reflexión [en disputa] cooling-off period;
    periodo refractario refractory period;
    periodo de transición transition period
    2. Mat period
    3. Fís period
    4. Geol age
    periodo glacial ice age;
    periodo interglacial interglacial period
    5. [menstruación] period;
    estar con el periodo, tener el periodo to be having one's period
    6. Ling period
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    m period
    * * *
    : period
    * * *
    período n period

    Spanish-English dictionary > período

  • 8 quinquenio

    m.
    1 five-year period (periodo).
    2 five year period, quinquennial, quinquennium.
    * * *
    1 quinquennium, five-year period
    * * *
    SM quinquennium, five-year period
    * * *
    masculino (frml) five-year period
    * * *
    = quinquennium [quinquennia, -pl.], lustrum [lustrums/lustra, -pl.], five-year period, period of five years.
    Ex. Standardised death rates by this method, averaged for the four quinquennia, have been set out in Appendix A.
    Ex. The English word lustrum refers to that ancient practice, but has also come to mean more generally 'a period of five years'.
    Ex. The views of a sample of parents with children in secondary schools in London were examined over a five-year period.
    Ex. The tribunal ordered his name to be removed from the register and that a period of five years must elapse before he would be allowed to apply for reregistration.
    * * *
    masculino (frml) five-year period
    * * *
    = quinquennium [quinquennia, -pl.], lustrum [lustrums/lustra, -pl.], five-year period, period of five years.

    Ex: Standardised death rates by this method, averaged for the four quinquennia, have been set out in Appendix A.

    Ex: The English word lustrum refers to that ancient practice, but has also come to mean more generally 'a period of five years'.
    Ex: The views of a sample of parents with children in secondary schools in London were examined over a five-year period.
    Ex: The tribunal ordered his name to be removed from the register and that a period of five years must elapse before he would be allowed to apply for reregistration.

    * * *
    ( frml)
    quinquennium ( frml), five-year period
    * * *
    1. [periodo] five years;
    el quinquenio 2000-2004 the five-year period 2000-2004
    2. [paga] = five-yearly salary increase
    * * *
    m five-year period

    Spanish-English dictionary > quinquenio

  • 9 transición

    f.
    transition, passing.
    * * *
    1 transition
    \
    * * *
    noun f.
    * * *
    SF transition (a to) (de from)
    LA TRANSICIÓN The death of General Franco on 20 November 1975 ushered in a period of transition to democracy in Spain which was to end with the democratic transfer of power to the PSOE (Spanish Socialist Party) on 28 November 28 1982. On 22 November 1975 Juan Carlos I was proclaimed king. Though initially handicapped by a constitutional system devised by Franco, the King was able to appoint the aperturista Adolfo Suárez as Prime Minister in July 1976. Within three months Suárez rushed through a political reform bill introducing universal suffrage and a two-chamber parliament which was put to a referendum and endorsed by 94.2% of the electorate. Political parties were legalized and elections were held on 15 June 1977. Suárez and his party, the newly-formed UCD (Unión de Centro Democrático), won without gaining an overall majority. Through accords with the other parties - the Pactos de la Moncloa - they were able to manage the transitional process, which included the drafting and endorsement of the 1978 Constitution.
    * * *
    femenino transition
    * * *
    = transition, bridge passage, changeover [change-over].
    Ex. Hierarchical relationships must be indicated in order that users may make the transition from a first access point to related terms or access points.
    Ex. This sort of informal discussion between teacher and pupils is really a ' bridge passage' leading smoothly from one occupation -science, or P.E. or maths, etc.- to literary reading.
    Ex. The changeover has resulted in more rapid machine-editing of input and reduced costs for cataloguing.
    ----
    * en una época de transición = in a period of transition.
    * en un período de transición = in a period of transition.
    * hacer la transición = make + the transition.
    * transición política = political transition.
    * zona de transición = buffer zone.
    * * *
    femenino transition
    * * *
    = transition, bridge passage, changeover [change-over].

    Ex: Hierarchical relationships must be indicated in order that users may make the transition from a first access point to related terms or access points.

    Ex: This sort of informal discussion between teacher and pupils is really a ' bridge passage' leading smoothly from one occupation -science, or P.E. or maths, etc.- to literary reading.
    Ex: The changeover has resulted in more rapid machine-editing of input and reduced costs for cataloguing.
    * en una época de transición = in a period of transition.
    * en un período de transición = in a period of transition.
    * hacer la transición = make + the transition.
    * transición política = political transition.
    * zona de transición = buffer zone.

    * * *
    la Transición (↑ transición a1)
    transition
    pasar por un período de transición to go through a period of transition o a transitional period
    transición A algo transition TO sth
    la transición a la democracia the transition to democracy
    * * *

    transición sustantivo femenino
    transition;
    transición de algo a algo transition from sth to sth
    transición sustantivo femenino transition
    una etapa de transición, a period of transition
    ' transición' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    artífice
    English:
    transition
    - transitional
    * * *
    transition;
    un país en transición a country in transition;
    simplificar la transición a un nuevo sistema to simplify the transition to a new system;
    periodo de transición transition o transitional period
    transición democrática transition to democracy
    * * *
    f transition;
    de transición transitional
    * * *
    transición nf, pl - ciones : transition
    período de transición: transition period

    Spanish-English dictionary > transición

  • 10 posguerra

    f.
    postwar period.
    * * *
    1 postwar period
    * * *

    en la posguerra — in the postwar period, after the war

    * * *
    femenino postwar period

    los años de la posguerra — the postwar years, the years following the war

    * * *
    femenino postwar period

    los años de la posguerra — the postwar years, the years following the war

    * * *
    la posguerra
    = post-war years, the.

    Ex: Women's role as solo authors declined, however, during the Depression, World War II and the postwar years.

    * años de posguerra, la = post-war years, the.
    * en la época de posguerra = in the postwar period.

    * * *
    postwar period
    los años de la posguerra the postwar years, the years following the war
    * * *

    posguerra sustantivo femenino
    postwar period
    posguerra sustantivo femenino postwar period
    ' posguerra' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    estraperlo
    English:
    period
    - postwar
    * * *
    posguerra, postguerra nf
    post-war period
    * * *
    f postwar period
    * * *
    : postwar period

    Spanish-English dictionary > posguerra

  • 11 cretáceo

    adj.
    cretaceous, chalk, chalky.
    * * *
    * * *
    I
    - cea adjetivo cretaceous
    II
    * * *
    Ex. This site is part of a large geographical zone called the Edwards Plateau and it primarily consists of Cretaceous rock.
    ----
    * Cretáceo, el = Cretaceous period, the.
    * * *
    I
    - cea adjetivo cretaceous
    II
    * * *
    el Cretáceo
    = Cretaceous period, the

    Ex: The Cretaceous period was the heyday of the dinosaurs and ended with a bang!.

    Ex: This site is part of a large geographical zone called the Edwards Plateau and it primarily consists of Cretaceous rock.

    * Cretáceo, el = Cretaceous period, the.

    * * *
    cretaceous
    el cretáceo the Cretaceous
    * * *
    cretáceo, -a, cretácico, -a Geol
    ♦ adj
    Cretaceous
    ♦ nm
    el cretáceo the Cretaceous (period)
    * * *
    GEOL
    I adj cretaceous
    II m Cretaceous (period)

    Spanish-English dictionary > cretáceo

  • 12 durante un largo período de tiempo

    = over a long time scale, over a long period of time, for a long period of time, over a long period
    Ex. As items are recorded in bibliographic publications over a long time scale you may already have it in stock.
    Ex. This article assesses the development of authority control thinking and practice over a long period of time.
    Ex. High quality work is cited for a long period of time.
    Ex. Staff of Oldham public libraries decided to opt for a week-long event in 1988 rather than several smaller events spread over a long period.
    * * *
    = over a long time scale, over a long period of time, for a long period of time, over a long period

    Ex: As items are recorded in bibliographic publications over a long time scale you may already have it in stock.

    Ex: This article assesses the development of authority control thinking and practice over a long period of time.
    Ex: High quality work is cited for a long period of time.
    Ex: Staff of Oldham public libraries decided to opt for a week-long event in 1988 rather than several smaller events spread over a long period.

    Spanish-English dictionary > durante un largo período de tiempo

  • 13 hasta luego

    intj.
    so long, good-bye, by-by, good-by.
    * * *
    see you, see you later, so long
    * * *
    * * *
    = I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside
    Ex. ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.
    Ex. ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.
    * * *
    = I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside

    Ex: ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.

    Ex: ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta luego

  • 14 hasta mañana

    adv.
    till tomorrow, till next day, till the next day.
    intj.
    see you tomorrow, so long, till tomorrow, until tomorrow.
    * * *
    = I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside
    Ex. ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.
    Ex. ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.
    * * *
    = I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside

    Ex: ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.

    Ex: ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta mañana

  • 15 hasta pronto

    intj.
    see you later, by-by, good-by, good-bye.
    * * *
    = bye for now, I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside
    Ex. ' Bye for now,' he said with a smile.
    Ex. ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.
    Ex. ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.
    * * *
    = bye for now, I'll see you on the flipside, I'll catch you on the flipside

    Ex: ' Bye for now,' he said with a smile.

    Ex: ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.
    Ex: ' I'll see you (or catch you) on the flipside' became a catch phrase for some DJ's when closing a radio show during the vinyl record period.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hasta pronto

  • 16 neolítico

    adj.
    neolithic, pertaining to the last phase of the Stone Age.
    * * *
    ► adjetivo
    1 neolithic
    1 Neolithic
    ————————
    1 Neolithic
    * * *
    * * *
    I
    - ca adjetivo neolithic
    II
    * * *
    I
    - ca adjetivo neolithic
    II
    * * *
    neolithic
    el neolítico the Neolithic (period)
    * * *

    neolítico,-a adjetivo neolithic
    ' neolítico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    neolítica
    * * *
    neolítico, -a
    ♦ adj
    Neolithic
    ♦ nm
    el Neolítico the Neolithic (period)
    * * *
    m GEOL Neolithic period

    Spanish-English dictionary > neolítico

  • 17 en la época de posguerra

    Ex. The author discusses the disillusion she developed with Italian politics and its failure to deliver properly funded nationwide public library system for Italy in the postwar period.
    * * *

    Ex: The author discusses the disillusion she developed with Italian politics and its failure to deliver properly funded nationwide public library system for Italy in the postwar period.

    Spanish-English dictionary > en la época de posguerra

  • 18 tras las guerra

    Ex. The author discusses the disillusion she developed with Italian politics and its failure to deliver properly funded nationwide public library system for Italy in the postwar period.
    * * *

    Ex: The author discusses the disillusion she developed with Italian politics and its failure to deliver properly funded nationwide public library system for Italy in the postwar period.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tras las guerra

  • 19 jurásico

    adj.
    Jurassic.
    * * *
    ► adjetivo
    1 Jurassic
    1 the Jurassic
    * * *
    1.
    2.
    SM

    • el jurásico — the Jurassic, the Jurassic period

    * * *
    Jurassic
    Jurassic period, Jurassic
    * * *

    jurásico,a I adjetivo Jurassic
    II sustantivo masculino Jurassic (period)
    ' jurásico' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    jurásica
    * * *
    jurásico, -a Geol
    ♦ adj
    Jurassic
    ♦ nm
    el jurásico the Jurassic (period)
    * * *
    GEOL
    I adj Jurassic
    II m Jurassic (period)

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  • 20 preguerra

    f.
    1 prewar.
    2 prewar period.
    * * *
    1 pre-war period
    * * *

    en la preguerra — in the prewar period, before the war

    * * *
    ----
    * de la preguerra = pre-war [prewar].
    * * *
    * de la preguerra = pre-war [prewar].
    * * *
    prewar period

    Spanish-English dictionary > preguerra

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