Translation: from spanish

of years ago

  • 1 hace dos años

    Spanish-English dictionary > hace dos años

  • 2 de una punta de la ciudad a otra

    (adj.) = cross-town, cross-town
    Ex. The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).
    Ex. The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-town, cross-town

    Ex: The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).

    Ex: The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).

    Spanish-English dictionary > de una punta de la ciudad a otra

  • 3 hace un par de años

    Ex. We could begin such a service by adding to the directory of social services done a couple of years ago.
    * * *

    Ex: We could begin such a service by adding to the directory of social services done a couple of years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > hace un par de años

  • 4 a + Posesivo + vista

    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes
    Ex. Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.
    * * *
    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes

    Ex: Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a + Posesivo + vista

  • 5 a ojos vista

    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes
    Ex. Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.
    * * *
    = before + Posesivo + (own two) eyes

    Ex: Much of what lies before our eyes today like a tongue of fire -- animal pestilences and the poisoning of our foodstuffs -- was already announced many years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > a ojos vista

  • 6 al otro lado de la ciudad

    (adj.) = cross-town
    Ex. The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-town

    Ex: The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).

    Spanish-English dictionary > al otro lado de la ciudad

  • 7 alrededor de + Fecha/Número

    = ca. + Fecha/Número, circa + Fecha/Número [ca o c, -abrev.], c + Fecha/Número
    Ex. Coverage in 'Sources of Reference Work' is comprehensive (ca. 20,000 titles).
    Ex. This article provides a summary of the discoveries related to the storage of documents from the period of the Israelite and Judaean kings ( circa 1000-587 B.C.), including ostraca (broken pieces of pottery with writing on them) and seals and seal impressions.
    Ex. A library from c 2600 BC was discovered in Ebla, Syria, 15 years ago.
    * * *
    = ca. + Fecha/Número, circa + Fecha/Número [ca o c, -abrev.], c + Fecha/Número

    Ex: Coverage in 'Sources of Reference Work' is comprehensive (ca. 20,000 titles).

    Ex: This article provides a summary of the discoveries related to the storage of documents from the period of the Israelite and Judaean kings ( circa 1000-587 B.C.), including ostraca (broken pieces of pottery with writing on them) and seals and seal impressions.
    Ex: A library from c 2600 BC was discovered in Ebla, Syria, 15 years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > alrededor de + Fecha/Número

  • 8 anillos de crecimiento

    (n.) = tree ring
    Ex. To reconstruct palaeoclimates, palaeoclimatologists analyse tree rings, ice cores, sea sediments and even rock strata which may hold clues to the state of the climate millions of years ago.
    * * *
    (n.) = tree ring

    Ex: To reconstruct palaeoclimates, palaeoclimatologists analyse tree rings, ice cores, sea sediments and even rock strata which may hold clues to the state of the climate millions of years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > anillos de crecimiento

  • 9 chupar rueda de

    (v.) = cash in on, ride (on) + Posesivo + coattails
    Ex. At the same time, veteran fiction writers and new authors cashing in on fame from other media continued to rule the lists.
    Ex. Riding the coattails of Barack Obama, Democrats picked up seven seats held by Republicans in Tuesday's election to match the seven it gained two years ago.
    * * *
    (v.) = cash in on, ride (on) + Posesivo + coattails

    Ex: At the same time, veteran fiction writers and new authors cashing in on fame from other media continued to rule the lists.

    Ex: Riding the coattails of Barack Obama, Democrats picked up seven seats held by Republicans in Tuesday's election to match the seven it gained two years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > chupar rueda de

  • 10 circa + Fecha/Número

    = c + Fecha/Número
    Ex. A library from c 2600 BC was discovered in Ebla, Syria, 15 years ago.
    * * *
    = c + Fecha/Número

    Ex: A library from c 2600 BC was discovered in Ebla, Syria, 15 years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > circa + Fecha/Número

  • 11 de propiedad privada

    (adj.) = privately owned [privately-owned], privately run
    Ex. Publishers of publicly owned newspapers reported their chains placed more emphasis on generating revenue than publishers of privately owned newspapers.
    Ex. It is a project that has been incubating since he lost the space for his privately run museum in Gloucester docks two years ago.
    * * *
    (adj.) = privately owned [privately-owned], privately run

    Ex: Publishers of publicly owned newspapers reported their chains placed more emphasis on generating revenue than publishers of privately owned newspapers.

    Ex: It is a project that has been incubating since he lost the space for his privately run museum in Gloucester docks two years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de propiedad privada

  • 12 de un extremo de la ciudad a otro

    (adj.) = cross-town
    Ex. The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-town

    Ex: The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un extremo de la ciudad a otro

  • 13 de un lado de la ciudad a otro

    (adj.) = cross-town
    Ex. The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-town

    Ex: The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).

    Spanish-English dictionary > de un lado de la ciudad a otro

  • 14 del otro lado de la ciudad

    (adj.) = cross-town
    Ex. The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).
    * * *
    (adj.) = cross-town

    Ex: The average speed of cross-town traffic has dropped to 5.2 miles per hour (from 5.6 mph five years ago).

    Spanish-English dictionary > del otro lado de la ciudad

  • 15 desde cualquier punto de vista

    Ex. By any standard there were many more illiterate Americans 100 years ago.
    * * *

    Ex: By any standard there were many more illiterate Americans 100 years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > desde cualquier punto de vista

  • 16 dictamen de condenas

    (n.) = sentencing
    Ex. The first statistical information systems for sentencing were built more than 20 years ago.
    * * *
    (n.) = sentencing

    Ex: The first statistical information systems for sentencing were built more than 20 years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dictamen de condenas

  • 17 dictamen de sentencias

    (n.) = sentencing
    Ex. The first statistical information systems for sentencing were built more than 20 years ago.
    * * *
    (n.) = sentencing

    Ex: The first statistical information systems for sentencing were built more than 20 years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > dictamen de sentencias

  • 18 estar a punto de

    to be about to
    ————————
    to be about to, be on the point of
    * * *
    (v.) = be poised to, be about to, be on the point of, stand + poised, come + very close to
    Ex. The compact disc, which has already revolutionised domestic audio entertainment, is poised to exert quite as big an influence on the world of the business user.
    Ex. The very meanings of words like 'library' and 'university' are about to undergo mutations too radical to conceive, much less predict = Los significados mismos de palabras como "biblioteca" y "universidad" están a punto de experimentar cambios demasiado radicales de concevir y cuanto mucho menos de predecir.
    Ex. She was on the point of saying 'How dare you call him that?' but she checked herself.
    Ex. The Arabian Gulf Libraries stand poised at the threshold of networking.
    Ex. A new hypothesis about recent human evolution suggests that we came very close to extinction because of a 'volcanic winter' that occurred 71000 years ago.
    * * *
    (v.) = be poised to, be about to, be on the point of, stand + poised, come + very close to

    Ex: The compact disc, which has already revolutionised domestic audio entertainment, is poised to exert quite as big an influence on the world of the business user.

    Ex: The very meanings of words like 'library' and 'university' are about to undergo mutations too radical to conceive, much less predict = Los significados mismos de palabras como "biblioteca" y "universidad" están a punto de experimentar cambios demasiado radicales de concevir y cuanto mucho menos de predecir.
    Ex: She was on the point of saying 'How dare you call him that?' but she checked herself.
    Ex: The Arabian Gulf Libraries stand poised at the threshold of networking.
    Ex: A new hypothesis about recent human evolution suggests that we came very close to extinction because of a 'volcanic winter' that occurred 71000 years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar a punto de

  • 19 estar muy cerca de

    (v.) = be one step away from, be steps away from, come + very close to
    Ex. Denigrating the ideas of others is just one step away from a personal attack and reflects the speaker's ineptness.
    Ex. The convention centre is just steps away from dozens of the city's most popular hotels and attractions.
    Ex. A new hypothesis about recent human evolution suggests that we came very close to extinction because of a 'volcanic winter' that occurred 71000 years ago.
    * * *
    (v.) = be one step away from, be steps away from, come + very close to

    Ex: Denigrating the ideas of others is just one step away from a personal attack and reflects the speaker's ineptness.

    Ex: The convention centre is just steps away from dozens of the city's most popular hotels and attractions.
    Ex: A new hypothesis about recent human evolution suggests that we came very close to extinction because of a 'volcanic winter' that occurred 71000 years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estar muy cerca de

  • 20 estrato sedimentario

    (n.) = rock stratum
    Ex. To reconstruct palaeoclimates, palaeoclimatologists analyse tree rings, ice cores, sea sediments and even rock strata which may hold clues to the state of the climate millions of years ago.
    * * *

    Ex: To reconstruct palaeoclimates, palaeoclimatologists analyse tree rings, ice cores, sea sediments and even rock strata which may hold clues to the state of the climate millions of years ago.

    Spanish-English dictionary > estrato sedimentario

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